Joe Henry Zubik, Jr. First Grade announcement
RECORD GROUP ENROLLED FOR FIRST YEAR SCHOOL IN KATY The thrill of that first day at school does not lessen as each year passes by. Monday morning morning at the Katy Elementary School was such a day. For the 81 kindergarten and first graders, to whom school is a brand new experience this was really a red letter day. The opening day routines were held as usual and were attended attended by a goodly number of parents and friends. The kindergarten kindergarten teacher, Miss Werner, lists her group of five year olds as follows: Veronica Dale Orsak, Orsak, Carlton Bacuum, Charles Bell, Janet Carson, Mary Ann Chestnut, Ronald Davis, Frances Frances Elaine DeVillus, Berla Jane Drake, Larry Fuller, Doris Heifer, Heifer, Ray Mangum, David Wayne Minze, Gregory Murray, Pat Newman, Ronald Lee Scott. Joseph Daniel Stanwood, Sandra Kay Wiley and Carolyn Lynn Yarborough, who come to school in the forenoon. The afternoon class is Charles Cardiff, Dianne Eyring, Raymond Guzman, Linda Linda Kay Johnson, Rebecca McFerren, McFerren, Dorothy Elizabeth Minshew, Minshew, Margaret Faye Mock, Beverly Ann Polen, Lloyd Gene Rageit, Tony Rylander, Presley Schoenemann, Bruce Dale Smith, Joseph Edwin Terry, Spenser Unruh, Horace Westmoreland, Westmoreland, and Karen Dean Whitson. Mrs. Galloway's first grade indludes: George Monigold, Robert Robert Bacon, Carolyn Thomas, Judy Judy Beckendorff, Janet Woods, Margaret Norville, Dennis Gorden, Gorden, Marvel Crump, Jack Tamplin, Tamplin, John Fruge, Don Thurman, Michael Newman, Joe Zubik, Jimmie Goll, Lorance Gresak, Johnnie Rhodes, Elaine Watson, Robert Stice, Billy Gray, Karen Pitts, Marsha Fussell, Susan Dietz, Advienne McKeon, and Charles Goynes. Miss Kickler's first grade is the following students: Royce Lane Short, Cyril Orsak, Billy Alrich, Michael Lovell, Roy Wygrys, Lucy Guzman, Steve Fisher, Julian McKeon, Billy Dube, Nina Jo Brown, Jo Carol Goynes, Bobby Motheral Kathie Grady, John Avon Dawson, Linda Lott, William Cardiff, Brenda Britt, Sharon Vaughan, Karen Robertson, Ronald Lammert, Lammert, Elizabeth Elkins, Gregory Longenbaugh, Richard Longenbaugh. Longenbaugh. FOR— Envelopes, Letterheads, Programs, Booklets, etc. Give your order to the BROOKSHIRE TIMES. Phone day, Phone 17, Brookshire, THE B&PW Club Honors New Members The Brookshire B&PW Club honored its new members with a dinner at "Bill Williams" in Richmond on Tuesday night. The club received for membership membership Mrs. , Belva Walters, Mrs. Minnie Bains, Mrs. Martha Sparkman, Mrs. Florence England, England, Mrs. Wes Buller, and Mrs, Helen Sandel. At the last meeting it was decided all the club members would attend church services at the Brookshire Methodist church on September 28th, and in this way launch National B &PW week September 28-October 28-October 4th. Also on this day all club members are invited to a luncheon at the Houston club at 1 p. m. to honor the most outstanding outstanding B&PW woman in Dist. 3. Her name will not be disclosed disclosed until that time. On September 14th, at 3 p. m. at the Service Center in Bay City there will be a "Silvfcr Tea" and book review given by the Bay City B&PW. All local members members are cordially invited to' hear Mrs. Mary Burton review "A Man Called Peter", for a wonderful spiritual inspiration, as well as a most pleasant Sunday Sunday afternoon. The big event of the fall season season is the District Conference in Galveston on October 18th and 19th. Many of the local club members are already making plans to attend this conference that Headquarters in the Calves Hotel. If you plan to go please give your name to Mrs. Corrie Tatum as soon as possible. The Fall Conference of District District 3 of the Business and Professional Professional Womens Clubs will be held in Hotel Galvez in Galveston Galveston on October 18 and 19. An invitation has been issued the Brookshire Club by the B and PW of Baytown, hosts for the Conference. An interesting week-end is promised and the local club is asked to contact Mrs. Corrie Tatum president or your secretary secretary for details, registrations etc., if they are not Known. TOURS AMERICA IN TWO MONTHS Frank Jozic returned Thursday Thursday from a two months trip visiting visiting friends in Milwakee, St. Paul, Chicago, Winsor, Canada, Los Angeles, San Pedro, Miami, Washington, D. C., and many other points of interest. He says' America is wonderful.