Lynn Zubik -- Student Council Cedar Bayou Jr High

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Student Council Members Installed At Cedar Bayou Dr. Paul Hodge, principal, charged the student council members of Cedar Bayou Junior High with the responsibilities of son, Kathy Masters and Tommy Downing. Jennifer Sooy, Debbie Chapman, Chapman, David King, Carol Snead, their new offices Tuesday in an Linda Holcomb, Mike Joskins, an installation service during Mary Weaver, Brent Gopfforth, assembly. Officers include Sir/i Williams, Williams, president; Ronnie Garrett, Garrett, vice president, and Linda Fayle, secretary. Following the processional and flag presentation by the Cedar Bayou band, Patty Cox, gave the pledge of allegiance. Chuck Clinton gave the invocation. David McMurrav retiring president, told the accomplish ments of last semester's council. T^nnrfpr* Trtfif*c t\ t\c\ ^Cvl \/?fl «jtriiiiii.ci *j ui icr> ui Hi *3j A v it* Crooks, retiring vice president and secretary, respectively, in- t T"ori t icviH i ho HPW Aft ir»f*i*c U WtiUV-Hl ti Ic * 1CW wilivt. 1- *>» Brenda Bovvers. LaJuana Russell, Russell, Ruby Thorton, Pat Han, Larkon Smith, Wayne Steele, Jeff Miller and Jimmy Weir, led by Mrs. Xina Stone, choir direc- Vjary Leonard, Lynn Zubik and Chester are seventh grade representatives. representatives. New chiefs, introduced by Ronnie : Garretl, are Herbic Read for the auditorium; Chuck Clinton, halls; Stanley Matlock. colors, and Richard Marcus and Donnie Robertson, grounds. Dwight Denson, former student student council president, gave the oath to the members. . c uzi Williams gave an accept- nnof- speech and presented the chiefs with badges. Cr-.ndee Troxell gave the benediction. benediction. <?A R V E R CON C E KT Carver Junior and Senior High band presented a concert to the eighth and ninth grades of Cedar Bayou last week. Two of the selection^ played were "Shu- and "Bpguine Gesiival." The ) and was directed by Thaddeus Cartwright. CEDAR B A YOU HA N D The Cedar Bayou Band, un Jer the direction of Douglas \Val Ijir 1 ** cf'ivf* i fvmpnFt 1j>ct \Vofl Itll^".. , r>* *• *" ^Ulll.t,l I J4131 \> l_U tiesday during homeroom at Hor ace ^lann Junior High. The 1 [)laycd "Men in Grav " "Irisl Folksong Suite '* "Smootl Flight," "Never on Sunday' aiid "Torch of Liberty." I5KAK BUZ7, Susan Souby gives lessons 01 how to make faces . . .. Herbi< Read seen carrying J\vo coat at one time . . . Marsha Bras well plays a trick ... Do Neely wears a short sleeve shir on a cold night . . . First perk* Spanish students learn to sa "I Jove you" in Spanish „ ... Mi lie Herbert works hard on Ens li.sh . . . Mrs. Perry observe a sit-down strike ... Cliff Athei ton tolls .some bad news . . Chuck Clinton and Mike Bay tor, presented a song The Homeroom represen - tfitives were mtioduced b\ Linda Linda Fayle. They are Gary Burns, Barbara Beardmore, Candee Troxell, Ernestine Masters, Patty Latham, A!a>ine Williams, Shirley Evans, Heibie Read, Brenda McFarland and 'Terry Smith. Eighth grade representatives nre Paula Cantreli, Jackie Portis, Portis, Barbara Woods, Gary Jones, Kenneth Lemmon, Jodie Tolle- of in bert's Unfinished Symphony," find out a secret. Gander Quacks Judy Kelley enjoys a trip town . . . Rosalyn Pranta has a new interest . . . Linda Massey attends a dance convention at the Rice Hotel in Houston Rodney Calk is pooped Cheryl Pridmore gels lost in 10 'and Mike Gillette work hard on he annual pages layouts . £athy McKee gets some mai . Theron George enjoys optbnll game . . . Stanley 3ishop is falling down on th ob . . . Herbie Schoener is be lind on some letter writing

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 06 Feb 1964, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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