The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 15, 1961 · Page 5
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JAMES W ROGERS, right, Bayiown student at A&M College ,-, bsmg congratulated by James P. Hannigan, aean of srnrienh for winn ; ng o f a Leatherneck Magazine K',;0 Mctrh-nansnip award. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. • vogers, 515 Granthan, the business major compared with orner ccLege students for the award during a Marine of- ncers tuning course conducted at Quantico, Vs., this past sumrror. Student Council Election Results To Be Announced By CHARLES SCUIKMAN Cedar Bayou Junior High Students who have signed up for the Student Council elections nt CecLir Bayou Junior High have been announced. Winners will be revealed this coming week. classes have entered the Kroger- We.stinghouse Junior Cook-of-the- Year contest. The Junior Cook Off will be held in Cincinnati lasting three days, all espense paid Finals Set For Jan. 19 At HMJH Sunday, January 15, 1961 8Jlj* liaytuma Eleven REL Students In All-Regional BancT trip. There are 2.000 prizes for a simple recipe, main dish or des- sprt with an original touch. The 19G1 Junior Cook of the year who will win $5,000 plus a ten-day trip to Europe for herself, her mother and her teacher. The teacher of each winner will receive an automatic can opener and the school of each receives a roaster oven. NEW STUDENTS By LINDA H1CKERSON Horace Mann Junior High Semester examinations are to he given Jan. 19 and 20 at Horace Mann Junior High. The examina^ tions will be given in all subjects including most of the fine and practical arts. One half of the tests are to be jive.n on the 19th and the other on Jie 20th. The tests will be over all of the material covered thus : ar. And will count one-sixth of the report card grade. TV PERSONALITY Dee Jay Nelson is to present a jrogram Monday entitled "Adven- 11 res in Falconry." This will be he fifth in a series of Southern chool Assemblies. Nelson, a naturalist and explorer, has appeared on the TV series "Bold Journey" and "I Search for Adventure." He ws also produced his own television program called "Erplorers." Live birds will be exhibited on he stage and falconry equipment will be shown. BULLETIN DISPLAYS This week's display on the library bulletin board was made by jerrell Mayfield. It was entitled "Movies "from Books." The book covers displaved were "Spirit of St. Louis," "Run Silent. Run Deep." "Old Yeller." "Light in the Forrest," "Quo Vadis,' and "Ben Hur.' AROUND MANN Angle Stretch writes a news story Carole Johnson tell? about a history test Janet New ninth trade students are winner Clopton wonders how people can I walk so fast . . . Susan McGraw Studies for a history exam They rire Barbara Ann Morgan, L-m Thomns La Four from Houston M.'irv Alice Sohnieder from Judy Sehleider, Vivian Hart and! Richmond. Mary's "brother. Rob. b;udwm. president; Charles. crl . ; s ; , ncw seventh grade stu- MK-I\(.I. Marbnra Davis and Dan Merit Susie, vice - president; Dorthea ! K\'K TESTS DaJfcrn, Cheryl Pridmore. John-] The 8th grade students are hav- Norma Nugent wears a new black coat Horace Mann girls wear By Judy Endel Robert E. Lee High School Seven band students at Robert E. Lee High School won chair placements in the all - regional concert band and four students made the all - regional reading band in the recent regional band contest at the University of Houston. Of the 11 students representing RELHS, each received a placement. Eleven band students of Robert E. Lee High School tried out for chair placements in the All-Regional Band on Jan. 5, 6 and 7, at the University of Houston. The All-Regional Concert Band was under the direction of Dr. William D, Revelli, director of the University of Michigan band. In February, he plans to take his band on a four month tour in Russia and her satellite countries. This is the longest tour ever made CHARLOTTE PLACETS, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. H. V. PJagens, 314 Forest, has been selected Tri-CSties DeM o 1 a y Sweetheart for 1961. A junior at Robert E. Lee High School, she will represent the Baytown chapter in the sweetheart contest at the state conclave this summer. Winners are chose on the basis of beauty, charm and poise. Party In Offing For CC Groups Mrs. Floyd R. O'Neal, director of the A. Burton Lowry Chapter of the Children of the Confederacy, announced plans for a party in the spring for the chapter at a meeting Tuesday night in the home of Michael Mills. 503 Stimson. Mrs. O'Neal serves as director for the chapter as third vice president of the Lum-Roark Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, sponsor of the C of C group. Randy Smith was named custodian for the A. Burton Lowry group for the remainder of the year and he also reported on the C of C district meeting in Baytown recently. Program chairman Pat O'Neal introduced Cheryl Glaw, who presented on Robert E. Lee. Mrs. Fred Mills served refreshments to the group and one guest, Barry Wilhite. The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. March 14 in the home of Lynn Mosely. 109 Fleetwood. by a college musical organization and is a part of the exchange program sponsored by the federal government. Revelli is considered one of the most outstanding band directors of modern day times. Students who made the All-Regional Concert Band were Billy Sanders, first chair alto saxophone; Linda Holder, second chair baritone saxophone; Beth Burnsides, eighth chair clarinet; Mary Gail Webber, eighth chair flute; James Mears, second chair, Frenchhosn; Robert Arnett, fourth chair cornet, and Ricky Bardwell, seventh chair bass horn. Billy Sanders will go to tryouts for the area band to be held Jan. 21 in Lufkin. He is contending for a position in the all-state band. Students who made the All-Regional Reading Band were Charlie Hill, percussion; Lou Lumpkin, tympani; and Grace Broussard and Lois McCullough, clarinet. This band was directed by Gene Witherspoon, director of the music department and the band leader of Arkansas Technological (University.) At this district level there were 900 students who tried out for places in these two bands. CAKE RALE Alpha Omega Tri Hi Y is planning to have a cake sale on Feb. 4, on Texas Avenue. KEYS PLAN 'FULL SLATE' The Key Club has made many new plans for future activities and has selected committees for the Mickey Riley will be in charge of the program the dub will provide for the coming Kiwanis Club banquet. The title of the program will be "Relations with the Kiwanis Club." Robert Oliver is the new chairman of project, "church support." He is considering ways to increase church support in Baytown churches, Freddy Clark is chairman of the school leadership banquet. This banquet will be sponsored by the club for the presidents of each school club, members of the faculty and the class- officers. The purpose of having the banquet is to strengthen ties between these three phases of school ife. Robert ' Dunnaway is chairman of a school beautification program, a project to see about having a sidewalk laid across the front lawn of the school campus, Mike Lafilanl and Robert Dunaway attended the Kiwanis luncheon Thursday at the Tower Restaurant. The club members will help collect money for the March of Dimes on Jan. 28. Key Club T-shirts will arrive next week. CHOIR ROBES IS GOAL The Southern Belles have planned several projects to raise money for choir robes. The new robes will cost approximately $1,200 to $1,500. The girls hope to raise enough money to purchase the robes for use during the latter part of this year or at least by, next year. Saturday they had a cake sale with booths on Texas Avenue and! in Highlands. Fifteen girls in the choir will be in a style show sponsored by the House of Fashion on Feb. 13, at the Lee College auditorium. Members are selling tickets of 51 for adults and 50 cents for students. During the first part of February file Southern Belles will launch their second candy sale for this year. | The girls will sing for the high For The Scholastic Miss Wardrobe Based On Black Skirt By MOLLY BOWERS Start with a black skirt. Add one white blouse; one black sweater and a smartly tailored Tyrolean printed blouse, one black belt, one green belt in the new "stone" shade, one "stone" green chiffon scarf, plenty of imagination and — volia! You've got Teen Times charm bracelets . . . The basketball team brings home a trophy. | Coach Johnson is proud of his! new desk set received at the Free- j port tournament • . . Janis Mohr| recites a poem Dianne Hayes j me Puller, Tufty Davis and \Yar-|jng rye tests r-arh morning from works feverishly on some thought ren Lisenbee, chief - of- grounds; ;<) a.m. until 12 noon. Mrs. Joan questions . . . Judith Gunter has and Diana Phillips. Anm- Hum-j,Johnson, school nurse, is giving !;i prrttv hairdo . . . Charlie Red- phries. Brenda Bynl, Ken Kirk-i them. |den wears a pretty green sweater ham. chief - of- auditorium. : BEAR BUZZ ]... \Vandn Ploeheck wears a cer- Also. Theresa Bailey. James; Mike Nichols seen around the!tain L<v jacket. Kivomari. Lou Ann (lore, chief-Campus with his girl friend ...i Fred Tillery is back at school of - colors; Sandra Durst. Cathy ; Robert' Moore is wearing glasses (after .1 weeks illness . . . Gayle Highlands JH Bowling League Elects Officers, Begins Season Connors, Judy Roush, Bobby Al- • . Jen, and Cheryl O.'hrr. ohief-of-i class hails: Ann Wisnvr. Ronnie Wai- j for finals lace, chief-of-!ost and found. Sally i alushs in Kelly Mudd's studying . , Linda Tiner's been with the flu Irene Bran- STYI.E SHOW . Powers. Mickel Kndr-rli. Connie j don listening to the radio. Reeves, secretary; Lyn Bonder. | Molly Shield's has a sister who Jean Muslim, Lan Williams and; looks 'like someone familiar ... Bill \Vristen. cafcioria. Elections Charles Roasonor gets taller . . . were held Friday. Marilyn Merka is railed on during history. Judy Hartzog works ! in the office . . . Stormy Vaughn The eighth erade Ivvnrmnking.pi.-iys a 'VooP sax. class held a slylo show. Judces; James Chapman exchanging Hel- were Mrs. Bonnie Martin. Miss i Jo's . . . Ronnie ad Donnie 'Fan- TXMS Andrus, Mrs. Xina Stone, jestiel not happy about the holi- Mrs. Acnes Perry. Clnnde Mustonldays beinc over . . . Charles F. find Harvey Flint. \Vinncrs are | Davis pays attention in health Nan-y Si'haffrr. Patsy Coinpton, j. . . Ovide Rogfrs's name looked first; Mirlcrl Kndc-rli, Ann Hum-! for. John Butler forcets an Knc- phrr-s. sn'ond. in attractiveness. !]j s |-, nl | P ... A Cedar Bayou Bland reports some news . . . David McLemore, Joe Tuck and Mart Nelson arc puzzled by a science problem . mires a trophy . Pam Berry ad- Bill Wallcs pushes innocent people down in the hall. Ebine/er Pepperoski returns to Horace Mann and dances with a By Andy Lumpkiii Highlands Junior High DECOR WINNERS The Student Council has announced the winners of the door- decorations contest the last day of school before the Christmas holidays. They are Sam Jamison, first, and Mrs. second. Sandra Voytek, Bnytown teen reporter BAND LETTERS Ninth graders who received band letters at the annual Christmas concert and party were Sue Sorrels, Karen Calhoun. Diane Mor„ ,. ton, Patsy Smith, Meredith Cur- Highlands Eagle Bowling League l reyi Carolyn Goodson, Janice The j of HJH has begun activity for its Commimitv House has been s^-: scconc j consecutive year. League aired for Valentine formal on Sat • urday Feb. 4 from 8 to 11 p.m. Mickcl Kiidcrli and Ann Hum-;Stage nl-rii's. fir^i; and Nancy Srhnf-' for, second: and Sharon Woods', thin!, in constnictinii. Guests were Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Gmmton. Mrs. Fleishman, Mrs. Schaffer and Mrs. Woods. CAKKKKS The ninth 1\ W)MKMAKlN(t grade homcmakini: Rob Howard To Speak Sunday To Unitarians Band is being organized. Spankings Endorsed By Child Psychiatrist %mon Tonic To RQ Ra^d On Eohesians j play began Saturday, at which time the players were organized into teams, and officers were elected. The officers are Patsy Smith, president: Paul Mears, vice-president; Karen Calhoun. secretary; and Kalhy Kvcton, treasurer. The league games will begin at 10 a.m. each Saturday and will continue until April. At the end of the last game, trophies will of The Rev. W. Donald Harris at be presented to the high scoring First Presbyterian Church will j team. At present, there are 12 preach this Sunday at the 10:50 • four-man teams participating. . . . , , .. . . «- m - Sunday service. i p rcs jdc n t Smith has invited' otli- A parent shou (In t attempt to His sermon topic will ho "For' in , rrpstt . d Io join lhe loaRUe raise a child with spankings but;The Sake Of One Person Tn Need | and makp it n huRe success. The an occasional good whack on, based on scripture selection Ephe- |!pa howling is taking place at Johnny's bottom works wonders;. Is.nns 2:li. the Northshore Bowling Lanes. says Ur. John 1-. Ken ward ot the Mnce there will tie no S:30 a.m. jv; 0 ,.{| lsol . 0 yiii aKr University of Chicago's child psy-!service thr youth and adult choirs;* i-hiatry c-imie. ' jwill combine at the 10:50 a.m.: WKI.COME. NEW STUDENTS Paddling, however, shouldn't bo service under direction of T. F. j Highlands .111 has three new . the only kind of discipline a par-'Scale. i students. Darrcll Zumwalt. ninth Hob Howard a new memhor ^ ju , s Kemvarri warns .A com-i Mrs. Mary Beth Gartner, organ- icrador is from Illinois and Char- Bavtown Unitarian Fellowship, ,- ' - - ' • ..." will speak at 11 a.m. to the group in the Chamber of Commerce Building. His topic will be "The Unitarian View Points on the Writings of Edith Hamilton.'' A discussion will follow, with the public attending. Sunday .School will romtnrnco nt 11 a.m., announced Mrs. Ruby Sivenson. director. Mrs. Mike Fransseri STATE RESERVE LIFE "S«« Me Befor« You Di*" hination 'of spanking and strongest, will play the morning prelude, i i o tt e Smith from .Sheldon is a new words of disapproval rapidly GUI j Junior and Senior High Evening j eighth grader. Freddie Vasquez .,-, . ,-.„ ^ .--, convince a child that the parent j Fellowships will meet together at | from Houston is the new seventh means business, he says. |6:30 p.m._ Sunday. ^Dr. Julian Kra der. "If the parent use '" ' sparingly and only it's spanking;Spring will present the program when other i for this group, Place of meeting! MID-TERM TESTS Mid-term exams will start nt method:; have failed, the child's:will Iv :»niw.inced later psyche will not be ruinr-d." Ken-j There will tx- no service Sun- HJH Tuesday. Lxams will he ward says. After a child hasjdav night. taken during periods two. four reached 'hto ace of 5 spanking The Deacons will meet at 5:30land six Tuesday and Wednesday, ' ' ! Tuesday, followed immedi- j while the exams fhiring periods one, three, five and seven will be taken Thursday and Friday. BASKETBALL The seventh grade basketball games will bo every Tuesday aft- ier school. The team will play six should be used very rarely. "If punishment is used, the child should be- told why in each instance. An example of the reverse case is the mother who deducted an amount from the child's allowance each week depending on how good or bad shr- thought he had been. She did not relate de- rim-lion to specific behavior." Irwet at 9:30 a.m p.m ateiy by a call meeting of thr Session. Choir rehearsal will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Also church- wide visitation will be conducted j from the church office at 7 p.m. Wed no s ( United'Presbvterian Women will}Ramos; three at the HJH Gym . Thursday fori and < h e remaining three at other Learn How To Dance Now! "the way teenagers dance" Don't Miss The Fun of the Spring Dances Teenage Drag and Swing And Jitterbug And Cha-Cha ::i:_— In,,,,-,. rPKU inr Service Day pro- Kyras. 1 gram. At this time clothing will i itx> packed for shipping overseas RITA GUIDRY Rita GUI dry Is Sweetheart Rita Guidry, Robert E. Lee High School junior, has been elected sweetheart of the Baytown A&M Club. She will represent the group in the Cotton Pageant, an annual affair each sprinc at A&M College in College Station. Composed of Baytown A&M students, the organization meets twice a month at College Station. Bernard Sclensky is president. Rita is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Guidry, 1600 Cedar Bayou Road. Special Classes For Junior High Students Tuesday Evenings, 7:30 Sixth Graders Don't Wait, Be Ready For Coming Dances . . . Call JU 2-9341 Now! NEW CLASSES IN TAP -- BALLET •• JAZZ AISO A LI LATIN AMERICAN TYPE DANCES FOR'ADULTS . . . CLASS OR PRIVATE LESSONS. BRUCE ROUSH SCHOOL OF DANCE —508 PARK— jMissions Board Soeaker To Be Martin PONYTAIt ; Bishop Paul K. Martin will bej > speaker at the semi-annual meet-1 ling ot" the Houston Methodist I hoard of missions at 7 p.m. Jan. 119 in the First Methodist Church in Houston. Those expected to represent Highlands church are the Kev. |and Mrs. Derwin Walker; A. H. Tribe, official hoard chairman; lay leader, Jimmie K/ell and room-to grow chairman, W a 1 I i s Hunt. Also, Mrs. B. B Talley. chairman of the commission on missions and her committee, Mrs. K. M. Stone Mrs. Travis Craig, Jr.; Mrs. H. A. Banmrll. Mrs. J. I). Tompkins. Mr. ami Mrs. Wallisj Hum and Mrs. .lames Martin. | Share holders in the room-to-i grow program are Mr. and Mrs. j B. B. TalK. Mr. and Tllrs. A. H. Tnlx\ Mr. and Mr s . Wnllis Hunt. Mr. ant) Mrs. Jamrs Martin and RIA. and Mrs. Donvin j Walker. Tickets a iv $1.^)0 and reservations may he mad. hy calling Mrs. Talley. Wallis Hunt or Rev. Walker. !%). Kinr F«ilnTi» SnMnl*. Tnt, WorM W* rn«.HML Lansford, Lionel Barrilleaux, Nancy Chandler, Jerry Holloway and Linda Jeffcoat. Also, Harriet Johnson, Kathy Kveton, Patsy Parrish, Milton Prince, Linda Putman, Johnny Schmadl, Shirley J. Walker, Jack- Judy Hammer ad ie Grimes, Charles Via. ABOUND Mary Ann Cheek dating a cer tain boy named David . . . Star Johnston constantly repealing the same boy's name Terry Joe Frye a real Dirt and popular with the girls!!! By way of contrast — Ray Gilbert real upset to receive a B on a notebook and Linda Christley crying for joy for her grade. There goes Gossipy Hoppe ?? Alphabetical seating moves quiet Judy Quisenberry to a noisy, funny, boy-filled location . . . What sort of a "poster" did Walton Saucier hand in? ... "Good- time" hangover a fond memory Rodger Wunsch retains from Fred Lynch's party . . . Donna Clamon acknowledged as a Doris Gentry. swell gal by Sara Rodgers YWA Studies Navajo Work Mrs. J. L. Bailey was hostess Tuesday to the Sara Lou Rodgers young Women's Association of First Baptist Church, Highlands, in her home. The program, arranged by Patsy Fregia, program chairman, concerned missionary work among the Navajo Indians in New Mexico. After the meeting, the hostess served cake and cold drinks to the girls. the basis of a smart school wardrobe. The chic chick doesn't hav e to have a crammed - jammed closet lining one wall of her boudoir to be appropriately dressed for her scholastic studies. It's the planning, selection and mix-matching that counts. For instance, the black cardigan sweater buttoned down the front and teamed with that black skirt may be dressed up or down, depending on the occasion. One of the popular circle pins and a jangly charm bracelet will add a note o£ gaiety to this ensemble. The black skirt and white blouse substitued for the Tyrolean print worn with the circle pin and green scarf, either at the throat or on a pocket, will form another attractive outfit. And don't forget the belt — alternate the green and black. Another scarf variation would be to wear it hanging loosely from the belt or caught in the middle and pinned on either shoul- SPRING ADDITIONS additions to your spring der. If wardrobe are limited, take inventory of the clothes you already have. It is a good idea, when considering new purchases, to list all the clothes you have already to wear. Then the maximum number of co-ordinate combination can be figured and the gaps in your wardrobe easily bridged. This chart will prove invaluable when thoroughly examined. If your clothes tend to be all one shade, you might not want to buy more of the same color. Another advantage to this early but wise seasonal preparation is that you will have plenty of time to sew on missing buttons and check the hemlines. With the new short length fashion trend, you want your skirts to be no longer than one inch below the knee. After all of this preliminary planning even the inexperienced miss will know what kind of purchases to make. One predominantly brown plaid skirt will provide several more outfits when teamed with those solid - colored blouses of gold, green or purple that otherwise could be worn, only with their mates. school for the first time thif year on Feb. 3, during activity period. For this concert they willww their blue pleated skirts and blue plaid vests with white blouses. HAlft FASHIONS Five students from Lonnie's School of Hair Design gave ^demonstration in hair styling fdr the Future Homemakers of America at the regular club meeting Tuesday. They are Mrs. Lavern Tucker. Mrs. Evelyn Gay, Mrs. Betty Harrison, Mrs. Edna Goniales and Mrs. Sarah Higgins. The women demonstrated the "Bubble" and the "Fabulous 60" hair designs. They gave each member a chart of h;tir styles. KUMMAGE SALE SET The Anchor Club is planning a rummage sale for Feb. 3 and 4, in me Wilkenfeld Building on Minnesota Street. Members are also collecting magazines for the Service Lieague who will distribute them at local hospitals. Club members will participate in the Teen's Against Polio drive on Jan. 28, The girls will continue to make place cards with "sayings" to be ! placed on hospital trays on Sundays. •'' - . GANDER QUACKS Carolyn Moore gets to "take it easy" in first period health class ...Bill Hayes looks forward to wall-to-wall carpeting in his car ...Paula Bond heard frequently using the terms "Gulf Coast" and "Eddie." Joe R. Wood offers personalized services to students through his newly-established Dating Bureau .. , Jerry Lewis hears harmonious strains of "Flow Gently Sweet Afton" and "To Celia" floating down to study hall B Linda Saxon excited and gives her thermometer a hard shake — a little too hardL MONDAY IS REMNANT DAY REMNANTS 2 Tobies Full of Short Lengths Go On Sole Monday when your eyes are examined BE SURE YO THE INSIDE /WHAT A BABY-SITTINQ CTOB f THEY HAD TWEWE-CU6JC-FOOT 3211 12-20 Boxy sleeveless jacket plus a slim skirt to wear with your .blouses and sweaters combine for ,the well-put-together look. No. 3211 iconies in sizes 12, 1!. 16. IS, 20. Jin size 14 any one of these pieces i takes only 1 yard of M-inch fab- jric. i Send 3fx' in coins for this pattern to IRIS IJVNK. (care of The Baytown Sun). Bo.x 1490, New York 1. N.Y. Add Iflc for each pattern for first • class mailing. JPatttrn book 50c. In a truly scientific eye examination, there are two important aspects. Be sure you get both. First, at ISO, competent Doctors of Optometry examine the inside of your eyes for evidence~of disease. This is done with the ophthalmoscope — an instrument used by Doctors of Optometry and medical doctors for this purpose. • Second, your eyes are examined for visual abnormalities such as astigmatism, near or farsightedness and muscle imbalance. • Should glasses be needed, you can be sure they will be prescribed and fitted for the clearest, most comfortable vision possible. • Texas State Optical is directed by Dr. S. J. Rogers and Dr. N. Jay Rogers, Optometrists. • Consult your telephone directory for the TSO offict nearest you. ,

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