The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 14, 1954 · Page 10
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 10

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, January 14, 1954
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PRESENTING — THE REBEL ROUSERS! HOTTEST BAND IN TOWN — Four Lee college music-makers are • comprising; the hottest band in towrTthese 'days as they inject that good ole Rebel spirit into the college basketball games. Pictured left to right are Benny Hindman, cornetist; Hilary Jones, clarinetist: Burke Mimlocke, banjoist and Billy' Brawn, trombonist- All are alumni of the Robert E. Lee band except Burke who attended Galena Park high school. ., • Jr. Historian Has Articles By REL Students Three Robert E. Lee students have articles in the January 'Junior ; Historian" .magazine, published by.: the Texas State Historical association at the University of Texas, The writers are Pauline Doolittle, Melba Sue Matthews -and George Mien West They are among high school students from 14 Texas cities whose articles appear .in the 'current issue of the-magazine. Plans Underway — Flower Show Set For April JUDY DAA1S PRESS CLUB SWEETHEART —Recently elected Sweetheart of the Robert E. Lcc Press club is Judj Davis, prettj daughter ol Mr. ana Mrs. Fred Davis of 407 Williams. By X AJfCiT GOULD Baytown Junior High Reporter Plans for the BJH flower -show are being made. The show will be held in the first part of April. Homerooms have been turning in reports on their flower plot progress. Last year 21 blue first di- \ision ribbons were awarded. 1 Learning New Songs The BJH choir has been learning new. songs, and is preparing for a choir clinic at Lee College on Jan. 30. Included in: this clinic besides the two Baytown junior high schools frill be Deer Park and Pasadena junior high A mass con cert will be the feature attraction. . N»ncy The BJT choir is directed by Mrs. Corabelle Buelow. Student director is Eddie'.Thompson. 'School Manners' A list of "School Manners"' is being made up. by the ' student; council to help some BJH students become more familiar with BJH rules and traditions! This list will be distributedto homerooms soon for discussion/ : . . : JRC Board Nelda Oleson, Ronald Doan, Doyle 'Hodgeii, and Sharon Orr at-" tended a board meeting of; the Junior Red Cross in Houston at the JRC chapter house last Saturday. The Red Cross Board discussed sponsoring a dance in February. . The BJH chapter, sponsored by Mrs. Jack Hartt; are planning to send boxes of candy to orphans on Valentine's Day. Band Concert Members of the BJH band, directed by Elmer Hargis,-are preparing for a concert season. Band members are also thinking about contest auditions in February. Gosl-lnn Op.ened Goslin-Xnn was open last Friday night with a large crowd attending. This was the first Gosl-lnn session ;in .'54. : •.••-... Counselors'Assembly Assembly programs Thursday 'and Friday- were presented by BJH. counselors, Mrs. Dorothy Willis and Frank Morris. H. A. Corneil of the Baytown refinery '.was the speaker. Also on the. program was the girls' sextet 'who sang "The Rosary." '• Just Lookin 1 Around . . . Lynda Hillis' pet name for her best friend these days is "Igor"! TOO MANY midnight shows,,, Lynda. • Election days art coming, so all BJH office , seekers are .being so nice and friendly. Charles Wilson commented in choir that he didn't' like the way v?ater. Boy" ended anymore . . ., Something was missing . . . And Ronald Doan has decided he doesn't like whole notes. A lot of girls have been wearing those cute white angora hats to school. When preparing gelatin dishes, remember the gelatin mixture should be-chilled to the consistency of an unbeaten egg white before the ingredients arc added. Then the solid's will remain evenly distributed. A non-abrasive cleaning powder on a soft damp cloth will clean starch from an iron. MHbffrf, ilarrlng far. G-E «« rmffo ONLY Model 21C1T5. 21-inch eonwle, lop and sides in genuine mahogany veneiri. Furniture glides. With UHF $319.95 'Include* Feitnl 1,'xcitt Tat, on«-x«<tr warranty on picture, tube. 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They sang "Tennessee Wig Walk" and "Make Believe.'' The sextette acr cpmpanist, Marilyn Gilbert, presented a piano; solo also. Tu es4ay of g nsxt week both [ the girl's sextet- ; te and the boy's i double quartet i will present a group of numbers in the Variety show sponsored by the His- torv club at Rob- ,. ert'E.Lee. Mary If any other type of entertainment is okayed by director George Gamer it will also be sent to perform. Mid-Term, Elections Next Monday will be the last meeting of the fall student council- : '•;-'. . John .Russell will preside at this all important meeting. All unfinished business will be finished and the records will be arranged for the next council. During this term the student council has bought 12 benches for the campus, staged its annual Slave, Sale, spon- Election of hew officers will be held during the last week of this month. Geisendorff Leaves Bo Geisendoriff, president of thr> Horace Mann student •• council, moved the day school began after the holidays to West Columbia. Bo was one of the '53 and 54 co-captains-as well as one of the two tenors in the ; boy's double quartet. Last year Bo was elected president of the eighth grade dur- sored grade Christmas parties, and set a/bout to get mats, for the doors, ing the spring semester. Last -,'ear as well as this year he sang tenor in the HM choir. Art Teacher In Hospi+a! •Miss Ann Harreli; Horace Mann art teacher, is now in the Scott and White hospital in Temple. She was supposed to come home last,Saturday, but is staying on .for a thorough check-up. Her .substitute is Mrs. Bill McDowell, wife of Coach McDowell. :•• '•• ••"."•''. : •' • , ^ Switch In Quartet. There has been a switch in the Boy's'quartet. Not only was some one' chosen to' take Bo Geisendor- iff's place but still another switch. Keith Lawhon took Bo's place as second-tenor, and Harry Bonds.the other second tenor switcher places with Carlos Worley, .one of the baritones- '•'... .-"'..• JACK DANIEL CAROLYN CJtEB King, Queen To Be Honored At Coronation Ball Jan. 22 Delicate curtains .can be washed safely if they first are basted into muslin bags. ' . . ,' By LYNN URBAN Deer Park Reporter Deer Park students are proud of the king and ..queenchosen for the Coronation Ball on Jan. 22. Elected queen is Carolyn.Cier.and Jack. Daniel is king. , , ' ; Carolyn, a senior, student, : is make-up editor :for the Antler staff, She is ^ also a.memberof the annual staff. An accomplished flutist, she will be a. member of a flue trio to par- ticapate in a band co n t e s t this, spring. And Carolyn is noted for her wonderful work at the . Woostcr Baptist church and works in a Mexican m i s- sion. 'Along with that, she works with the Children's Sunbeam piano at the church she takes private lessons. And is very^active'in the cnurch chou After graduation, she plans to attend Baylor 'university, ' ... .Jack is also , a-senior: and is a three-year letterman -in football. He was chosen on the second all- district team for 1953. Along with football Jack is very outstanding in track. He has not decided yet which college he will attend. District Victory . ' The Deers .have won their second district grame in basketball. They beat East Bernard last week to the tune of 75-49. Sammy Blount has - been chosen .on the first string all-state team. band and an assistant pianist. To aid her in her Air or dry woolen blankets only on.; warm, .sunny days'. Blankets dried in cool air akrink and the fabric hardens. Seniors Select Class Motto, Colors, Flower Bj PETRA WALKER Cedar Bajou Reporter At a class meeting this we seniors selected the class me,"! "Out of School's Life into L^e'^ School", a class flower, the white rose and class colors, blue and white Also plans were made about various trips to be taken this .spring by the class, an A u s-t i ri .trip. .among them. No date has 'been set yet. The Cedar Bayou band held Petra Nell its practice session .Monday night to .prepare for their coming .contest They have accepted an invitation to enter the Fat Stock Snow Farad" and the Fiesta Parade the University puts on e wor v • year. Students w e r e recently entertained by Mrs;,Helen. Jackson and Mrs. J. D.-Giddings, both of Cedar Bayou Methodist church. Mrs. Giddings accompanied Mrs. Jack; son who sang several songs. Helen Brown, junior student, was injured recently, in a traffic accident. .Helen is a popular stur dent at CB being active in the Future Homemakers and serving as ; secretary of that organization. Students hope for her speedy recovery,- . Preparations ; for the football banquet on Jan. 23 are getting underway "in earnest" now. r . Days for the mid-term ' tests have been selected and..students are busy "trying", to study; for them so they'll have a sporting chance of passing. , : '.'.,'.'">, Members of both the annual and paper. staffs .are.. beating'. -their brains trying to get their, respective work out on time . . . Not tod much "time'' left . . . ' ; SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 15 AND 16 LIBBY'S ROiEDALE PEACHES 4 - 89 FRESH EGGS Every Egg Guaranteed Dozen in ' Carton 59 VAN CAMP'S CHILI With Beans Lb. Can 19 FLOUR NABISCO PREMIUM CRACKERS 23c CRISP DELICIOUS FREDRICK'S BEST TAGGED BATTERY FED CARROTS % 5 C EXTRA LARGE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 3 <= 17c NEW CROP RED POTATOES ^b. c * 27c YELLOW ONIONS * 5c Aunt Jemima's Pancake Boxes 2 MIX Log Cabin SYRUP Stokely's Honey Pod Sugar PEAS Si 19c TWO-CELL FLASHLIGHTS 89c $1.39 Value SUPER ANAHIST TABLETS REGULAR 59c,... 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