Robert Zubik Honor Society Member CBJH
> . Sweetheart Dance Will Be * . i Saturday Night At CBJH By SUZi WILLIAMS Cedar Bayor Junior High Highlighting the annual.Sweet- heart Dance Saturday ni«ht sponsored by the P.-irenis Council, Council, l vill be Hie ;uvsem:Uion of ihe Koynl Court The court is campuM-d of a kins, queen, liuko. uudie:-*, and air all school prince and less who mu.st be- chosen from the ninth ^rade. The : seventh and oi^'hih cradcs u-ill each be rc'iiresoniod by a Prince- and Princess. Candidates for King are .Mac Hunk-!-, Stanley Mai lock, and Jru Thompson. Jonnilor Jones, Kozrmuo Turner, mid Su/i \Vil- JiaiTss are candidate.* for Quoen P.unners--u|i will be Duke and Rracle members are Judy Amy- i-tt, Kathy Anderson, Brian Baker, Baker, Sandra Bchrens, Chuck Clinton, Clinton, Connie Cole, Patty Cox, Connie Donnelly, Elaine Donnelly. Donnelly. Kaihy Farley, Beth Hamilton, Hamilton, Ronnie Harper. Iris Harrington, Harrington, and-Jan Henderson. Others are Amy Johnson, Glenn Jones, Kenneth Lemmon, Kathy Masters, Connie Movers. Cynthia McXulty, Kathy Olafson, Olafson, KI1 Phelps, Judy Ro\ve, Cor- U.s Ronnehborg, Kathy Strown Pal Tou'nsend, Cliff \Vi)t, and' Cyntliia Woods. I.a Juana Russell Introduced the old members who are Scott Chamberlain, j.arry Foerstor, Dennis Gibbons, Teresa Guost. Alike Hare, Millie Herbert, Jennifer Jennifer Jones, La Juana Russell. Brenda Bovvers, Kayc Elliot I, Linda Fayle, Susan Souby, Heroic Heroic Read. Mike Wilkinson. Mn.\- ine Williams and Patricia Wimmer. Wimmer. The oath was given by Dr. Paul Hod.ee, principal. The officers for this year ai-e La Juana Russell, president; Kayo Ellioit, vice president; Brenda Bowers, secretary; I.in- riay Fayle, treasurer; and" Susan Duchess, and Prince and Prin- Souby. reporter d(1 ss. J. M. Stuart, Bernard Murphey, Tommy , Tumcr, and Sonny' Houyedu are candidates for seventh grade Prince. Ivy Turner anil Diane Jfeney are candidates for seventh seventh fxrade princess. The outcome of this election will remain a secret until the court is presented. The semiformal dance will be held from 7 ::U) until 11 p.m Saturday in the Robert E. Lee High School cafeteria with an admission: charge of 50 'cents a couple. 25 cents, stag. As in previous year's, a photographer will be on hr.nd to take pictures. Honor '•: Society The installation of the National National Junior Honor Socieiv was held Friday in the Cedar 'Bayou gymnasium. Following the introduction introduction of the program which was given by La Juana Russell, president, Linda Fayle, Denis Gibbons, Herbie Read, and Mike Wilkinson told the meanings of leader-ship, characir-r, service, and citizenship, all qualities lated to the girls, or were children children for whom the .qiris have baby sat. Favors were made, and cookies and punch were served. Mrs. Elizabeth Muennink Muennink is the homemaking teacher at Cedar Bayou. ATTEND MKETr.VG Attending the Texas Music Association Convention which was held in Houston last week were Mrs. Xiria Stone, Cedar Bayou choir director, and Dnug- ••- - - - • •- —. •-• jlas V/.'illacc, band director. The uert zubik, whn are from the:convention was tor all band and ninth grade. Th- nou eiehth'r'hor^l directors in Texas. which Hono must have. Kaye Elliot r new members. Society .students introduced the They are Chris Lynn McGowan. and Ro- oiest speaker. told of the importance of students students finishing school and ihe chances of getting a job without a hii^h school diploma. To be eligible for membership in the Honor Society, one must have an average of 92, and must maintain an average of 90. Cedar Cedar Bayou is the only junior hi^h school in Bay town to have an honor society. HOME.MAKJNG I'AKTV In accordance with ihe child care course which is being studied studied by ninth grade- homemaking homemaking students, a'Valentines Party was given for dren last week. The children pre-school chii- .were, either The event was concluded by a grand conceit of band, choir, and orchestra which was held Saturday night in the Sam Houston Houston Coliseum in Houston. DEBATES HELD Several eighth grade American American History classes, taught by Mrs. Patricia Blundell.' have been holding debates on slavery during the Civil War. A roundtable roundtable discussion is planned for this week. BEAR IUJ77 Jennifer Jones needs to learn to throw darts belter . . . Jerrie Freeman gives a bit,' yawn . Larry Foerster hinds In the mush-pot . . . Rosalymi Ivy gets her o's and i's mixed up Cindy Kunz hears some 'bad news . . . Connie Railsback stands in the wrong section in choi)-. Ruth Phillips gets a big surprise surprise from a Drivers Ed test • • • Peggy Mosley looks very patriotic in her red, white, and blue . . . Mac Hunter and Ricky HrT/ehvood mistake a cat for a possum . . . Phyllis Baker bumps elbows in the library . Judy Gunn and C'andee Troxell almost blow away in Algebra . . . Deana Owen is sometimes called "Deana the Dino" . . Sandra Parker has much to tell about her trip to New Orleans . . . Ann THJery, Gloria Morgan, Patty Latham and Barbara Beardmore seen bicycle riding Sunday. Beth Anderson and Connie Fisher look for a glove . . . Mike Bays was seen throwing his t,'um at a brick wall . . . Sandy Sawyer lends a Drivers Education book ... Cliff Atherton Atherton returns an important phone call . . . Susan Souby has trouble getting to the movies . . David Wilks is very forgetful . . . Euic Scantlen hears about a certain date . . . Julie Bollin- •j;er ;^ets a sock stuffed in her mouth while certain friends cut off her fingernails. Remove 'Seeds' Remove the seeds (if They're large) from a cucumber; grate and mix with cream cheese and a little onion powder....This combination combination makes a delicate and delicious sandwich spread if a fine quality of white bread is used and ii is sliced verv thin.