Joe Zubik -- high school graduate employed at the Times
Kafy Graduates of 1965 are College Bound or Working Written Especially for The Times by Mary Anne Ehler Ever wonder what happens to "old" KHS grads? In the interest of keeping you informed, here 'is a resume of 1965 graduates and their plans for the coming year. Sharing the burden of college work at Sam Houston State College will be: Enoch Anderson, Saundra Bachlor, Selma Barnett, Shirely Burke, Mary Anne Ehler, Mary Ann Fry, Kay Foster, James King, David Minze, Connie Rogas, Joy Shafer, Dale Smith, and Phil Steffens, Garland Burton. Those enrolled at the University of Texas are: Carlton Baucum, Linda Brown, Jane Drake, Wilford Foreman, Greg Murray, Tony R y 1 a n d e r, P r e s 1 y Schoenemann, Ronald Scott, Danny Stanwood, and Stanley Thompson. Another college accepting Katy grads is South West Texas State. Striving to make the grades are: Elaine Entrop, Charles Harlan, Bobby Olson, and LeRoy Ramsey. Freshmen at Blinn Junior College will be Malcolm Carpenter, Ronnie Maddox, and Carol Zanfardino. Among those freshmen at West Texas State will be the Barkers, Clifford & Keith. Pounding his books at A & M will be Jon E. Marks. Residing a little farther from home than most is Clara Hare who is attending the University of Colorado. Texas Tech students are Mary Lou Buller and Janis Rheman. Susan Highra- bedian will be following her sister to Baylor. Stephen F. Austin will be expecting Ruth Metzger for fall classes. Wharton Junior College students are Martin Haskett and Bubba Monigold. Linda Johnson is going to Victoria Junior College. Some graduates will be seen at home more often as they will be attending local schools. Among those at the University of Houston are Truett Bell, Lary Carlton, Leslie Kenney, Pattie Kirkpatrick, and Ray Mangum. Two students at Houston Baptist are Janet Carson and Mike Fielder. Barbara Fiebig and Lois Groschke are studying at Durham Business College while Roy Kaase attends Massey Business College. Highway Patrol Filing in Katy Corporation Court The local Highway Patrol is filing in Katy Corporation Court where the Court has jurisdiction. The Highway Patrol will continue to answer all calls they receive as Highway Patrolman. Speed zones, in city school speed zones, stop signs, flashing red light, proper parking, etc. are some of the things local people should observe carefully. 1 wish to express my appreciation to all the people who made our open house such a success. The beautiful flowers and plants and the enthusiasm with which you responded with your presence has made us very grateful to be a member of this community. Dr. R. B. Toff Danny Spencer will be taking cla?ses at a welding school in Houston. Sharing in the joys of marital bliss are the former Misses Linda Embesi, Maxine Hooker, Margaret Norville, and Beverly Polan. Two young men employed full time are Joe Zubik who is an apprentice at The Times learning newspaper work and printing and Charles Coynes who has been employed at Daniel Orfice Fitting Company since the day after graduation. Unemployment is unknown to these girls who are busy working: Carla Frazier, Barbara Kaminski, Becky McFerran and Karen Whitson. Rodeo grounds will be the most likely place to find Jack Tamplin. Last of all, let us not forget our young men serving our country in the Navy - David Spence and Howard Ray. Also, Don Feland is joining the paratroopers.