The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 14, 1954 · Page 9
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Heen Tirhes ' f " ' J ' " f "S 1 ' t ' l J ' 1 " r r> Features r >: \ f >' !j VOL. 34, NO. 190 Thursday, January 14, 1954 . PAGE NINE — The Under-21 Set TEEN BITS. By Wanda Jones For all true scholars, this is the nervous time of year. At this mid-term peak in school, it'a matter, of study or flunk, swim or sink, fly high with passing grades or drop hard to the ground with a loud thunk. Actually, thi* sort of wheel has been spinning since September, but now is the best time to guard against blow-outs. '- ( ^i&f-:^^^ <t •»>•„* i»> <«•, «-v. ;<U BARBARA SIEIN RONNIE CALIAWAY SIIEIIILL OAJINES PETE JONES MID-TERM BLLES Now is Hie time to *tudj like cr^zj, man! All-School Favorites Chosen For '54 Lee Traveler WITH SERIOUSNESS m mind, Teen Bits has provided a little poem to past on jour dicsser or insidft your notebook or maybe in the wastepaper can if that's the way jou feel about it It's called—'A Perm for Mid- Term" Lets f01 get our boppmg And soda popping, Radio, movies, TV. Studies must reign To dram the brain For an A or a B or a C (Don't this fill our hearts with glee 7 ) YES INDBPD And besides holding this little perm close to jour heart on the v.a\ tb the Exam Stake, play these "knock-knock" jokes with your inmates-classmates. Or even with teacher, maybe, to get him m a delirious, dopev moot? before the 'exam questions are fired. "Knock, knock." "Uhn's there?" F "Irish." k "Irish who?" I "Irish I could pass Algebra." f "Knock, kiiffk." "Who's the-ah (Dig this B-it- Ish accent.) "Ollie." "Ollie who?" "Ollie want is an A-Plus." THE FACTS are, Ollie, nobody's going to get an A Plus without the brainwork. And even .brainwprk won't help you if .you've waited until the bewitching hour of mid- night to considei what's coming up on an e\am the next day If. Abraham- "Thirsty for 'Knowledge" Lincoln could have had jour educational privileges he would haie begun to stu<3> hack m Sep- temoer Back m those pioneer \\eeUs, ground work is laid for much knowledge which comes m handy' later. "Later" is now approaching HUAC fun, >ou future piesidents LINCOLN DID IT! —why don't you? "Nock, nock " (misspelled) "Who goes'" "Abraham -Lincoln."' "Abraham Lincoln .who?" "Abraham Lincoln, sill}, don't you recognize me?" That's Gratitude WINDSOR, .Conn. —OF)— After setting up some hazards in her home:'.for Girl Scouts to spot during a safety demonstration, Mrs. Ellie Zwirner.' was chagrined when they 'reported .'more than she had planted. '. ; \ ". •, J "^n r '~ "-" J^ LUCY STAU WORTH Robert E. Lee Reporter All-school' •favorites wers. elected this week at REL They are Ronnie Callau-ay, Pete Jo'nes. Louis DelHomme, Sherrill Carnes Ba--- baza Stein, and Lucy Stallu'orth. Ronmo Callau-ay \\as a sophomore favonte, and outstanding on the Gander A String ' Red," as he is better known to all the krds, is also ,on .the basketball team. Pete has been a sophomore and junior favorite and was runner up for Mr Robeit E. Lee. He is president-of the senior class and vicer president of the student, council. He is also a : member of the History club Louis' DelHomme is outstanding; as an all-state -football player and was-one of the co-captains' of'the Gander A. Squad Louis also at- tcnde'd Boys State tnis past summer. Shcrril] is well known around REL as the vivacious drummajbr of the Robert .E. Lee band. She was runner-up ; for Miss P^obcrt E. Lee and was a pimce% in Homecoming this fall. She is. treasurer : of the student council:and 1 was a sophomore and junior favorite. Barbara Stein, better known for 'her darling dimples, was one of the princesses in Homecoming. With her dynamic personality she was also sophomore cheerleader and favorite.'She is a member of the student council and the GSA. She has also been a member of the History club. Lucy is vice-president of the Brigadiers and associate editor of the Lee Traveler.' She is a member of the Press club. History club, National Honor Society and Quill and Scroll. She was also on the Gazette staff lost year and has been a member of the GSA. Junior Favorites Junior favorites 'have also been announced They are Glenn Watson, J W. Gammel, Jack Hopper, Carolyn Ryals, Charlene Russell, and Jim'a Jones. Glenn is a member of the. Gander A Squad,and;was a sophomore favorite. He, is also"'a member of Future Teachers He has been vcie-president of his sophomore and junior class. J. W. is-representative at large on the student council and is an outstanding member of the football team He was also an all sophomore favorite. He .has served as president, for his sophomore and junior class. Jack is a cheerleader and was. a sophomore .favorite. His \vin- ning.smile is well known around the school. Carolyn Ryals is a twirler- with the P^EL Band and was elected secretary of her sophomore .and junior class. She was a .sophomore favorite and is a'member of the Future Nurses club. ' ' Charlene Russell- is a member of the Brigadiers and was junior duchess for Homecoming. She is also a member of the History club. She was also a sophomore favorite Jima Jones is representative on the Brigadier Council .and is on the Good Sportsmanship League. She is representative-at-large ' on; the student council, and >waa a sophomore favorite. '..<. '.,.• The Top Winners Many Ann Gray and Jimmy Morns \\ ere elected last \\ eek to head the favorite section in the 1953-54 :Lee Traveler as Mr. and Miss Robeit E Lcc This is the highest honoi that can be placed on a senior student Mary Ann has been both junior and senior choeileader during her high school career A pretty brown- eyed, IRS.S, she was elected Homecoming Queen , earlier this year She w,is a junior favoiite and is a mcmbei of the History club Besides being 1 one of the football captains this year, Jimmy 13 best known around REL for his wit and sparkling personality. He is president of the student council and vice-president of the senior class He was also a representative to Boys State this past sumrnei. He wos a junior favorite and ia a member of the track team. Return Of The Soiree A gala "terpichoriean" Soiree !• •being planned bj the Junioi Classical League for Jan- 30 at the Community house. This is the fhst time in four years that a Soiree has been given (Sec Fa\ orites—Paire 11) MR. MOTORIST! READ THE NEWS ON THIS PAGE ABOUT THE HAFPY, CAREFREE KIDS IN OUR SCHOOLS. WOULD YOU CARE TO BE THE DRIVER TO END THE HAPPINESS OF ONE OF OUR BOYS OR GIRLS? PLAY SAFE THE STORY OF A DIME- WE MAKE ONE SHOPPING PERIOD OUT OF 168 HOURS EVERY WEEK * . • BY STANDING READY TO SERVE YOU 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK! LIBERTY AT F HAVE ° ^ HE UBERTY OF SAVING MOINEY ANY TIME DAY OR NIGHT YOU CHOOSE TO SHOP THAT MUST REFER TO THE FACT. THAT FULLER'S ALWAYS BRING YOU GOOD OLD FASHIONED • • • • BARGAINS THAT ARE REALLY HARD TO BEAT! So... Join the Thousands of Shoppers Who Say "In Fuller's -We Trust To Give Us Full Value For Every Dime - Every Penny - We Spend There!" FOOD FEATURES FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY . . .. JANUARY 14,15, AND 16 Wolf Chili Grapefruit Juice Bifs-O'-Sen Tund V Catsus .No. 2 Can 6-Oz. Tex-Sun Can . .. .Can 14-Or. .Bottle owurx \UKK SUN-VALE TRAY PACK SAUSAGE BACON ROUND STEAK RIB CHOPS 7 STEAKS HAMBURGE RATH'S PURE PORK I-L5. ....CUPS .LB. 59c BABY BEEF SHOULDER CHUCK FRESHLY GROUND FANCY, SELECTED, U. S. NO. I CALIF Potatoes 1(L 59 Adifiirafi0&i Coffee DIXON PRIDE, FANCY, CELLO .Ctn. FRESH, CRiSP Lettuce EXTRA FANCY. WASHINGTON RED DELICIOUS WALDORF TISSUE Rolls WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT ATI OR TOO MAIN HUMBLE SERVICE STA.

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