The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 30, 1969 · Page 22
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 22

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, January 30, 1969
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tip Thursday, January 30. 1969 S«c. Ill Kyle Fullick, Ann Saunders Are Elected Mr., Miss Robert E.Lee DEMISE REINEKt Robert E. Lee HWh School The results of the recent election have named Ann Saunders and Kyle Fullick Mr. and Miss Robert E. Lee. Class favorite results were also given. Junior favorites are Patli Motley, Shirley Bishop, Mary Margaret Traxler, Johnny Moore, Ronnie Milner and Bo Cox. Sophomore favorites are Betsy Phillips, Holly Vernon, llallie Dunn, Ross Gregory, Rudolph Gonzales and David Ellis. JANUARY LADIES'BIRTHSTONE RING SAVE $10 MEN'S JADE RING SAVE S20.07 Reg. NOW Value $29.88 We make everything easy (o buy with READY CR£DI T' DIAMOND MfrtCHANTB Of AMERICA JEWELERS IN BAYTOWN SHOP AT GORDON'S 803 W. TEXAS AVE. 15 OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE HOUSTON AREA Shop -Cor don'i Coost lo Coast Freshman favorites are Vicki Short, Donna Fullick, Carolyn Warren, Michael DeHoyas, John Anderson and Gebo Walmsley. Senior favorites will be named ncxi week. DK The HEL distributive education students will attend an area Distributive Education Club meeting in Houston Saturday. The purpose of the meeting is lo develop leadership in distributive education students. The students will enter various contests that pertain to the field ot business. Students attending and the contests they will enter are Deborah Howell, student of the year contest and advertising; Linda Sproessig, business speech; Cathy Matthews, job interview; Deborah Palmer, display contest; and Floyd Barron, sales demonstration. Winners in the area contest will win an expense paid trip to Die stale youth leadership con- lerence in Dallas on Mar. 7-9. The Dli program is so designed that a student may receive on-the-.job training in business while in high school. Leslie Couch is the coordinator ot DK al HEL. SPORTSMANSHIP There will be a Good Sportsmanship League meeting at J. Frank Uobic High School in Pasadena on Feb. 10. The HEL delegates will attend accompanied by five visitors. The delegates are Ann Saunders, Kyle Fullick and Kent Liggett. Bobby Kinsey will also attend as president of the student body. The five visitors are Cindy Couch, David Ellis, Brent Brunson, Kathleen Farley, Mike Archer, Jimmy Creel and Renee DeLaunc. JCL The Junior Classical League will host the first Gulf Coast Classical Convention at KEL on Feb. 15. In 1968, more than 10,000 U.S. banks and saving institutions mailed out a record $2,113,624,000 in Christmas Club savings to a record 15,725,000 savers. Approximately 200 students will be attending. A tentative schedule includes assemblies, contests, a Roman banquet and announcements of awards. The REL students will administer the tests, but will not enter any contests. Chairmen of the affair are Becky Burns and Paul Comeaux. Their committee consists of Mary Jane Bickley, Bill McElhannon, Elizabeth McClintock, Paul Ostermayer and Valory Aycock. KEYETTES The Keyettes are going to donate $25 to their Mental Health and Retardation Center for their leather work. Sunday, a hamburger party will be given for the Key Club at Roseland Park. Future projects include a Valentine's party at the White Child Care Center on Feb. 14 and an Easter Party for the Negro Child Care Center on April 3. On Feb. 20-21, the Keyettes are going to work in the snack bai- lor the speech tournament. GANDKR IJUACKS Gwen Gober gels two points . . . Lou Ellen Currie, what's this about a red-haired boy"? Teen Scene Rosiyn Fischer ran into a century plant ... A strange car is seen in Reggie Johnson's driveway . . . Dana Larpenteur goes rabbit hunting. , Elaine Triche can't add anything to the conversation . . . Someone has a message for Janelle Lindsey . . . Mike Morris views his opinions . . . Beth Anderson learns to drive a VW . . . Becky Smith should be renamed Winnie the Pooh . . . Steve Underwood needs to hurry. MR. AND MISS Robert E. Lee High School have been elected. Kyle Fullick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fullick of 1506 Mississippi, won the honors of Mr. Lee while Ann Saunders, daughter of Mrs. J. D. Saunders, captured the title of Miss Lee. Kyle is president of the Key Club and president of the senior class. This year he was co-captain of the Gander varsity football team, won the Dan Stallworth Award, and won the James Gay Award. He has also lettered in baseball. Beau of the Southern Bells, Kyle is a member of St. Marks Methodist Church. Ann reigned as the 1968 REL Homecoming Queen. She is secretary of the senior class and corresponding secretary of the Student Council. Ann has been a cheerleader for each of her three years at REL. Sweetheart of the Interact Club, Ann is a member of the First Christian Church. Student Council Candidates Campaigning At Horace Mann CUBA JOY FERRELL Horace Mann Junior School Candidates who are running for the various positions on the student council have been busy this week giving speeches, making posters and campaigning. CANDIDATES Candidates for president of the eighth grade are Jan Kelly, Mark Pelrash and Chris Warlord. HOMf WHITE'S TWO BIG DAYS... FRIDAY AMD SATURDAY, JAN. 31, FEB. 1 CAPE COD DESIGNED SOFA BY KROEHLER Ronnie Ingvardsen, Jesse McClelland, Debra Micheletti, r orest Stoerner and Vickie Thompson are candidates for the office of vice president of the eighth grade. Running for secretary of the eighth grade are Jeannie Adams, Lori Barton, Shirley Booth, LeAnne Harrison and Debra Thomas. Laura Barajas, Karen Kerr and Debbie Rowe are candidates for chief of auditorium. Vying for chief of bicycles are Ronald Bell, Perry Lee and Mike Stipe. Candidates for chief of colors are Keith Anderson, Glenn Angel, Richard Dodgen, Susan Rao and Melanie Roush. Chief of cafeteria candidates are Robert Bradshaw, Eddie Cowan, Donna Fowler, Debra Muns'on, Linda Rhodes, Jan Tomlinson and Judy Toronjo. David Bradford, Ricky Reynolds and John Timmons are candidates for the position of chief of fire and air raid. The position of chief of grounds interests Richard Eastman, Gary Holloway and Donnie Lindstrom. Running for the position ol chief of halls are Chuck Antonini, Janet Gray, Hank Martin Jackie Nielson, Teresa Stankis and Don Stevens. Candidates for chief of lost anc found are Billy Herrin, Kathy Mabc, Laura Pratt, Rhonda Rutherford, Deanne Sergeant Diane Stovali and Linda Tuck Glen Huey, Jody Meier anc Adam Reyna are candidates ol chief of safety. Students running for the position of seventh grade president are Sandra Donnelly Barbara Drewery, Sharon Gray FJisa Gumm, Lisa Hood, Karia Upryshek, James Piemmons and Jane Ward. Candidates for vice presiden ol the seventh grade are Jerry Adcock, Martha Brown, Mark Burls, Bonnie Campbell, Sherrj Ann Hutchins, Denly Murph Travis Phillips, Debbie Spears Mark Stringer and Choya , Wright. | Caroline Baggell, Kath | Branscorne, Tina Coker, Renet I Filers, Cuba Joy Ferrell, VVayn I Ganske, Richard Huntley, Dian ..a Vergneand Laurie Shoopma ire vying for the position o seventh grade secretary. Candidates for sixth grad president are John Cabrera Jebbie DeLoach, Lee An [•'lowers, Wendell Holmes Randy Morris, Bill Nitschmann Peggy Orchin, Debra Perry I'crry Turner and Kenneth Way Sixth grade vice presidents candidates are Greg Ange Richard Clayton, Cindy Crow | FANTASTIC VALUES... CHECK THESE FEATURES ij; • REVERSIBLE ZIPPERED CUSHIONS II • ARM CHAIRS • WOE BOX PLEATED SKIRT m • EXPOSED SOLID MAPLE WOOD TRJM WHITE'S TMC MOM! Of OfifATffi VAlUES SAVE OVER 'SO 00 Was29T *:•:• 1401 N. PBUETT PIL 127-5*34 andra Griffin, Frank Grothe, anet Jungbluth, Connie Kerr, 'onnie Rowe and Charles Todd. Kay Baggett, Jenna Burge, usan Cagle, Lydia Gaskin, indy Hayes, Karen Hice, Becky rwin, Lloyd Rhoden, Candice andJin and Kalhy Wardlaw are /ying for sixth grade secretary. QUALIFICATIONS To be a candidate for a position in the student council, a student lad to be nominated for that position by someone in his lOmeroom. Each nominee's grades and itizenship had to be acceptable. The counselors checked the [rades of each candidate for the )receeding semester. All of the candidates grades had to be C- or ibove. The counsellors then checked vith the teachers of each lominee for a citizenship evaluation. SCHEDULE Friday all speeches of candidates running for positions on he student council will be completed. Monday, all rooms will par- icipate in the general election. Tuesday, all rooms will par- icipate in the run-off election. Thursday, Assembly A will witness the installation of the student council for the second semester. GUIDANCE The sixth grade homeroom guidance program has been started. Two sections meet in the Audio-Visual Room once a week. Mrs. Alice Korthauer and ilenn Herrington, counselors at 1M, are in charge of the jrograms. Sessions for the seventh grade ections should begin the second week in February. INTKAM URALS Last Monday, the seventh grade girls' basketball in- ramurals were completed. First place went lo Loydell Onken's homeroom, second slace was taken by Mrs. Lela Vlueller's homeroom, with Miss Sandra Lollar's homeroom capturing third place and Mrs. Juanita Byrd's homeroom coming in fourth place. ASSEMBLY On Friday, Feb. 4, there will be a paid Southern Assembly. Admission for the assembly will be !5 cents per student. The assembly will feature Kddie Motter, who has been totally blind since childhood. He is a blind athlete who performs hand - balancing stunts and feats on a parallel bar. He will also make comments on the blind, safely and clean living. CLASS REPRESENTATIVES at Bathers HHI Hi»h School are seated from left to right, Yvonne Fudge, senior; Le« GUI, frmtor; Shcri Epperson, sophomore, and Danny Lott, freshman. Standing from left to right are Tommy Clark, senior; Drexel Cox, junior; Mike Gresham, sophomore, and Ricky Harmon, freshman. SHOP BAYTOWN CITY-WIDE DOLLAR DAYS 2 BIG DAYS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY LOOK FOR BIG VALUES FROM THESE PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS! BEAU'S TOWN HOUSE FURN. COMAL COTTONS CULPEPPEirS DEAN'S AINSWORTH & CO. HOUSE OF FASHION- JUNIOR WORLD CAROUSEL SHOP RECORD WORLD ABE ROSENZWEKJ'S Economy-Town & Country MOORE'S SHOE STORE PENNEY'S PAUSE'S GENE'S Hi-fi CARL'S GREGORY'S TW-OTY PHARMACY DREW'S FAMOUS BRAND SHOES GRAVES DRESS SHOP WILKENFEU* KEY PHOTO

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