The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 22, 1961 · Page 12
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12 Vigtoiun *utt Sunday, January, 22, Dr.Chastam Is Speaker At REL Science Project Club Dr. Neal Chastain was the recent guest speaker of the Science Project Club. He spoke on preparing science projects. He also showed the members some slides on correcting knee injuries of dogs. This field is a relatively new one in the United States and Dr. Chastin is among the pioners in this research. The purpose of the Science Project Club, sponsored by Mrs. Mae Nelson, is to develop scientific interest among the students of REL and to promote science projects. The club has taken a number ol trips. The first trip was taken lo Lee College. The members went as guests of the science department there. Alvin Miles, head of the science department, hosted the club as it toured the classrooms and laboratories. Another trip was to the Baytown Cerebral Palsy Center. Aft er a brief discussion on the causes of cerebral palsy, the members were shown the many ways of rehabilitation for victims of ihe disease. The group had a visitor from the Texas Archeological Association. He presented a brief discussion of prehistoric Indians along the Texas Gulf Coast Club members were allowed to inspect pottery believed to be at least fifty thousand years old. Other programs have been provided by the Baytown Humble Refinery and the Baytown Police Department. ^^ I Mrs, Opal Barkley To Give Hat-Making Demonstration Mrs. Opal Barkley will give a dent, respectively, of Texas Divi- hat-making demonstration at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Community House. The session, open to the public, is being sponsored by the home arts committee of American Association of University Women. Mrs. Fred Hederhorst is chairman. A donation of 50 cents given by those attending will defray expenses. The two and a half hour meeting will feature highlights of Mrs. Barkley's regular six-session course, emphasizing small, easy- to-make "whimsie" hats and ideas for spring millinery. Another division of AAUW will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday with Mrs. Les Schultz, 306 Holly, for a book review. "The Waste Makers" by Vance Packard will be discussed by Mrs. A. T. Bloiti- quisL At a recent executive AAUW executive meeting, those attending endorsed the names of Mrs. L. H. Freedman of Fort Worth and Mrs. John J. Haslam of Orange for the offices of second vice president and first vice presi- Votes will be cast at the state convention in April in Fort Worth. Miss Gladys Skaggs, program chairman, announced that Mrs. M. A. Jones would present a program on "Disaster and You" at the general meeting Feb. 1 in the i Community House. | .DAVID PAIGE Funderburk, newly-adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. Jarry Funderburk, right, solemnly greets Hugh Echols Jr., president of Citizens National Bank. The couple had just completed final adoption procesdings at the bank. Charlotte Solis Celebrates Her 13th Birthday Charlotte Solis was entertained! Mr. And Mrs. Funderburk- Baytonian Adopt Korean Boy ... , , with a party recently at Hoseland, ! By MOLLY BOWERS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Funderburk, 1707 Richardson Lane, now have i three children. Oldest is Norman, grader at James Park Pavilion in celebration of ; Bowie. Gerry Gay is three. New- her 13th birthday. She is theiest addition to the family IT named daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.j David Paige, is a full-blooded 1- Solis. 522 E. Aron. ' J Red and white crepe paper was draped across the ceiling and studded with balloons. White cake trimmed in green was centered year-old Korean baby. The Funderburks adopted the adorable little boy through the Holt Adoption Agency in Oregon. he landed," Funderburk explained. As soon as the necessary identification was made. Funderburk called his wife. "I could hear the baby screaming over the phone," the attractive housewife laughed. "I told Jerry to ask the stewardess for some babv food when he David Kim has been gradually responding to his new family, diet and surroundings. "At first, he didn't know what a toy was or how to reach out and take it," Mrs. Funderburk said. "But he is quick to learn. Already he has overcome most of his seriousness, although he is still more at ease boarded the jet for Houston," she) with the Children/' said. "Only trouble was, " ^- •-•<-missed the plane." So, collecting his resources, Fun- he David has had the most trouble adjusting his sleeping hows. tnmmea m gitx'" was L.CIHGI<-V< . on the table and served with coldr ft ; drinks. Those attending were Sharon Griffin Kelly Mudd, Jeanne Opli- phant, Mike Nichols, Pat Rogers, Lewis Boswell, Billy Magary. Cindy Gardener, Jon Blake, I son, an evangelist from Beaumont, about thin nlin °°' COuetiuiK uis ittwiues, r mi* piiJTp a «p?l<Jerburk took David to a restau- Ke ^ duer ' ran t where they both ate and awaited the next flight. "It's sur- spoke at a revival in First Bap- . . . . , , , , *»" Church/' Mrs. Funderburk P™j ^ ^^ ^S^g i experienced Funderburk stressed. arriving in Baytown, "We talked to several families : since who already had Korean children, j decided to contact the agency Jimmy Burns. Sandra Jones. Mikej in August about the possibility of Shirley, Jerry Lloyds, Jean Mann, | our adopting one." she continued Mike Robertson. Barry Donnelly -Like many people applying t and Marsha Roach. BfTA DENIBE DCTRO. tw of Mr. «nd Mrs. i. E. Detro, M16 V»e, Is 3-yt»r*-oW. Grandparent* are Mr. Mid Mrs. R. 0. Hattord of Dayton and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Detro of Baytown. Rita Denis* has one brother, James, and one sister, Debbie. IF YOU ARE THINKING OF YOUR HAIR SEE MONTIE'S 1EAUTY SALON MOl Garth Bd. JU WMU Circle Sessions Are Announced Women's Missionary Union circles of Highlands First Baptist church have meeting dates. Knight Circle will met at 7 p.m. Monday with Mrs. B. P. Hopper who will give the mission program. Mrs. Wanda Rosser is chairman. Mrs. J. W. Timmons will serve Knight Circle will meet at 7 the Taylor Circle when she is hostess Monday. Topic diccussed will be "Across the Bridge." A qulU to this organization, we were thoroughly investigated by the | agency and by the government." The major requirement of hav- s a Q^^ home was easily met by the Baytown couple. After all reports were met and approved, the Funderburks received : a letter from the agency relating! David's history' and describing! him. Born in January, 1960, Kim David (his Korean name) was abandoned in March near Seoul, Korea, according to the letter. Officials found him and enrolled him in Holt Orphanage. At that time he weighed 9 pounds, 6 ounces: today, he tips the scales at 18 pounds. 3 ounces. David has black hair, brown eyes, a medium complexion and a cute pug nose. At. tho time of will be made for migrant mission- this interview, lie was dressed in aries. Mrs. Bill Flippo is chair- a striking blue diaper suit and white socks. Although the couple bopan adoption proceedings in November, David remained in Korea until Jan. 11. "We had been previously contacted about his flight schedule to Oregon, and I picked him up there at the airport one hour after man. The Helen McCullough Circle with Mrs. L. R. Reynolds, chairman, will met Feb. 1. The Cunningham Circle will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday with Chairman Mrs. Banister Bailey in charge. ONLY i MORE DAYS LEFT OPEN TONIGHT TIL 7:30 P.M. KANSAS CITY AUCTION CO. 109 W. Texas Ave.» Baytown GOES OUT OF BUSINESS NOW and FOREVER-Saturday JAN. 28th IS LAST DAY IY KICKWAY FOR LADIES —RES. 1.98 LEOTARD TKHTS L <" I °r 97 Lone »nd Short Sleev* BOY'S SHIRTS Reg. to Now 2.95 Only Over 200—LADIES BLOUSES & SKIRTS Reg. To 4.95 Only 50 ** M4 Girta Pedal Pushers & Jeans Vrf.fei.fS Now 1 A1X TTPE CAPS V.I. To 2.95 25 t UMES SHOES V.I. To 8.95 $100 ROIES fevtd . 7.fS $•199 1 tit W. Tc» AICMK •Wytown What, Where And When - MONDAY Jayeee - ettes, 7:30 p.m. at Gonzalez Restaurant. Lum Roark. UDC, 10 a.m. with Mrs. R. A. Brame. 415 E. Hunnicutt. Humble Duplicate Bridge Club, 7:30 p.m. In Community House. Pythian Sisters, 7:30 p.m. in Pythian Hall. Cedar Bayou Past Matrons, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. A. I). Haynes, 318 Park. TUESDAY Baytown Garden Club executive meeting, 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. Marvin Martin. Rebekahs, 7:30 p.m. in Odd- fellow., Hall. Baytmvn Music Study Club, 7:45 p.m. «1th Miss Elaine McDonald, 1503 Olive. XI Gamma Chi, Beta Signia Phi, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Cnrl Clayton, 2277 Burnet Dr. VFW. 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Joe Harris. 600 Parkway. Dabwy - Goodwin. I DC, 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. B. T. McKinney, 802 Rosewood. Credit Women, 7:30 p.m. hi Credit Bureau. Pilot Clnb, 12 noon at Tower. "Korea is halfway around the world from Baytown, and nighttime here is daytime there," Funderburk pointed out. "Yes," his wife said quickly, "it seems as though he wants to sleep most of the day and play most of the night!" Rev. W.W. Grant Is Guest Speaker At PTA Meeting Barbers Hill Parent Teacher association heard a discussion on "Moral Behavior - What Is It?" at a recent meeting in the school music room. The Rev. W. W. Grant, pastor | of Mont Belvieu First Baptist i Church, was guest speaker. I Attendance awards went to first and ninth grade rooms. Mrs. W. C. Ray and Mrs. J. B. Gill were on the business program. Hostess for the occasion was Mrs. J. H. Rosslsc. Feb. 15 members will have a Founders Day topic on "Time.' H.M. Student Council Elections Slated Next Week By LINDA IIICKERSON Junior High Horace Maui Mid-semester elections for Student Council positions at Horace Mann Junior High are to be held during the week of Jan. 23-27. Students will be allowed to "sign" for the different offices. On Jan. 30, the introduction of the candidates will be held in the auditorium. Primary elections will take place Jan. 31. Each seventh" grade student may vote for the president, vice-president, and secretary of the seventh grade and all ninth grade officers. Eighth graders may vote tor eighth and ninth grade officers, and ninth graders Can only vote for ihe ninth grade officers. The speeches will be held dur- p; both homeroom periods on Wednesday February 1. Thursday, the final elections will be held and installation will take place during homeroom "A" on Friday. LIBRARY DISPLAY The display on the library bulletin boards this week was done by Jerrel MaySeld. Cutouts of cars are at the top and bottom of the board, and the display is entitled "Cars, Cars, Cars." Among the book jackets included are "Rough Road to Glory," "Speedway Challenge," "Road Race." "The Red Car." and "Detour for Meg.' Mrs. Lois Snead, librarian, has also 1 purchased some new books. "The New Africa" and "Equatorial Africa," were acquired to help fill the growing need for literature about world problems," Mrs. Snead commented. Other new books are "Mosby. tlie Gray Ghost of the Confederacy," "Jet Pilot Overseas," "Experiments in Skywatching" and The Moon: Earth's Natural Satellite.' HISTORY PROJECTS Section 7.1 has recently made history projects to correspond with the phase of Texas History that they are now studying. Mrs. Charlene Kelly, teacher, said that the projects, as a group, were above average. Each pel-son in the class was responsible for one project. The projects were judged and Robert \Vhitson was awarded the highest honor. His project was a tile map of Texas with each county cut from a different color tile. Other outstanding projects were those of Cynthia Jemigan and Kenny Dickerson. HAIRSTYLTNG Mrs. Gary Ash is scheduled io speak on hair styling and skin care during an all tfrl assembly on Jan. 25. The discussion is to include helpful points Students Tour New Bank Wing SUE SANDERS, attractive Baytown coed at Southwest Texas State College in San Marcos participated in the Presidential Inaugural Parade in the nation's capital on Friday as a member of the precision t!anoe team unit of the college band. Sue is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. AV. Sanders, 140 Mahlc Avenue. The dance team, called the Strutters, is one of three units of the 153-niember band. Three Skits Are Presented To DeZavala Group Three skits wore presented Thursday at a session of DeZa- vala Parent Teacher Association. Fourth graders enacting the "Best Season of the Year" were directed by Mrs. Jena Latimer. "Obey" the Safety Rules" was given by fifth graders. Mrs. Helen Dutson was in charge. Sixth graders presented "This Is Your Life" under supervision of Robert Lee Hawkins. Members voted to purchase scales and a record player for tho school. A report on the state convention was given by Mrs. Ben Araujo. president. Mrs. N. A. Olachia gave a talk on the March of Dimes. Those attending were urged to enroll for tho child psychology course at l^co College. Mrs. Marchuk Is Entertained Mrs. Mike Marchuk was leted with a surprise shower at a re- Church,"nTeTrPrcntiy "to'near the cent session of Fire Widows. Ten! . SPC Gnd part of a study entitled members met with Mrs. Paul|» Basic Christian Beliefs." Ird by Martin, 72o Bolster, for the oc-JM rs . c. Fair. Mrs. F. C. Saxon, casion. jw. James, was hostess. Door pnxe went to Mrs. W. H. j Naomi Circle Hears Study Naomi Circle, Grace Methodist Taylor. Games wore pl.-ivrd ' ams , .. ... ,. R'vcn by _Mrs. Katie was * orR'vcnoss of refreshments of cake, coffee, cold'X. ,, drinks and candy were served. ! Next meeting will be hosted by! Those participating on the pro- Mrs. J A. Thompson Jr. 1012 '.gram were Mrs. F. F. Newton ana Parkway M rs - E. G. Gresham. Next session will be Feb. 1 with Mrs. W. W. Woods. Refreshments were served to 11 j m em bers. SUN'S HEIRPORT KANT Buck Kdward Durant, \voichin;; Students in First Baptist Church 'kindergai-ten toured the newly- j completed wing of Citizen's NV itional Bank recently. They wore accompanied by Mrs. P.-arl Bow- 7 pounds. 11 miners. \\as i»rn jers and Mrs. P. B. Milnor, toach-'jnn. 17 in Gulf Coast Hospital iers. and five mothers. |Ho is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ! Mrs. Irene Conway. guide, ox-'Melton Durant. 5313 Crestmont. .plained various duties of rm-jGrandparents arc Mrs. S. B. Town; ployes, and functions and opera-; |ey of Livingston and Mr. and tions of business rhinr-s. banking ma-i Mrs. Ben F. Durant of Jewott. Buck has rt 3-ypar-olcj brother, Cookies and told cirinks were;liniw. served tho children in the new f-rn- _"' . ~Z^r , ploy loungo. : Reviewer Olub Arrangement? for Ihf wursiivrrREVIEVVKft CLUB will meet at v,-erp made by Mrs. J. L. Patter-:9:30 a.m. Fob. 2 in the Common- son, chairman. . !ity House. Mrs. Anthony S<-hil- Transportation was Turnishfd hyjlaci will review a byjk. "Annn Mrs. Dan Perkins. Mrs. Nobk Teller." a novel of Hungarian ref- Jones, Mrs. f\. If. 'SieffUr. Mrs. ugoo. was disni«s<v) by Mrs. Dick Walter Dank] and Mrs. Rillie An-{Worth at a recent meeting in the j Community House. Names Notes REV. CECIt. Burns of Hoffman Baptist Church will direct music for the Shiloh Baptist Church revival which begins Monday at the church. Shiloh Baptist Revival Begins Monday Night A Week-long revival at Shiloh Baptist Church will begin Monday with the Rov. W. \V. Grant, pastor of Mont Belview Baptist Church, as the evangelist and the Rev. Cecil Burns, pastor of Huffman Baptist Church, in charge of the music. Services will be held each day at 7:30 p.m. and will continue through Friday. Prayer meetings will be held preceding the song service each day at 7 p.m. Miss La Juana Russell will be pianist for the special programs. The Rev. M. E. Smith is pastor of Shiloh Baptist. IK: grooming mad cleanliness. Keeping the hair neatly groomed and skin blemish-tree is important in good grooming. REPORT CARDS Report cards will be distributed on Wednesday. Any students who are on the "debt List" are reminded to pay their debts before Wednesday because all students on the list will not receive report cards. DRIVERS EDUCATION TESTS Drivers education tests are to be given on Tuesday. These tests will cover rules, safety signals, and signs. If a student passes these tests, he must then take a state test, after which he may acquire a restricted driver's license. AROUND MANN Donna Garrison and Betty Fuchs "electrocute" each other in gym .. . Linda Cook gets a "little" (?) mixed up and makes two points Platter Chatter PAUL ANKA, ihe Everly Brothers, Connie Francis, Brenda Lee, Bobby Rydell, Mickie Gilley, Bobby Rydell and Marty Robbins all hava new record releases. And there are four more instrumental — "Good Night, Mrs. Flintsione," "Apache," "Wheels" and "Orange Blossom Special 1 ' to add to the disc list. Sounds as though Paul has another big Calypso number entitled "Story of My Love." He achieves a two-voice harmony in several parts of the song and winds up ualize the couple's "stone mobile" as it rolls along. Another "picture" song i. "Apache" recorded by Jaorgen Ingmann. Tricky use of an clec- the lyrics with a fade-away ef- trie- guitar creates the "image" is "Don't Say of Indians dancing around a camp- feet. Flip side Your're Sorry." fire and riding over the prairie. , , . ,, - : New ballad by Phil and Don i In the background the typical sip- ipr her opponents . . . Mrs. Gray Everly, "Ebony Eyes" tells the nal of a birdcall adds an unusual finds a library notice in her shoe; sad fate of a serviceman's sweet-i note. 4 : r!?, I l- a ,T ( J UpS h " nt ? f ° r . ink er " I heart. She dies in a piane crash j '--\s it . . .while enroute to his baso where; .n accident I they were to h-HV«» been married.] Kirk Mann makes sure (hat j During one part of (lie record-1 Mrs. Parker has enough grading _ ing, the Everlys "talk" against a nervous rn ythm. Special" are doing well. Sirn- in tempo, they have a rapid, Pencils, background of guitar plucking. Sylvia Olachia finds eating a [other side of the pick hit is "Walk- sandwich difficult lately . . . Tom Right Back," a pulsation with a Merrick and Johnny Bolmanski discuss Arabia . . . Brenda McAlister designs an evening dress ... Bobbye Eberly's hair is the envy of all the ninth grade girls. Joyce Purvis comments on the weather . . . Nancy Winningham and Lynn Moseley want their names in the paper . . . Sharon Scarborough and Penny Lusk eat lunch in a hurry . . . Jeanie Geyer and Angie Streich discuss a library book in home room. Betty Jacks confuses a group of girls . . . Claud Lowery shoots a basket, but what kind? . . . Jimmy Amnions siibscribes to a new magazine. faster tempo. Theme from the movie, "Where The Boys Are," is sung by Connie Francis. The song made its debut recently and is already moving up. Clear, slowly-mouthed lyrics are vocalized in a medium beat. Connie ends the tune in characteristic fashion with the music continuing for a few measures, then ending abruptly. •A relatively new ditty to listen for on the radio is "Emotions" by Brenda Lee. Similar to her "I'm Sorry," the wax platter is presented in the form of a slow ballad with Brenda's big voice doing the rest. Her blue mood suddenly changes on the flip side with "I'm Learning About Love." It has a terrific sound! 39 Study Club Plans Luncheon At Country Club Plans for a luncheon, appointment of a nominating committee and election of a new member were all on the agenda at a recent session of '39 Study Club! "Don't Worry," by Marty Rob- held in the home of Mrs. Robert bins of "El Paso" fame is report- Kerr. 209 S. Whiting. edly selling well in Baytown rec- The annual luncheon will be held ; ord shops. - ___ t_^« __!"•* ___ ^ ____ I . *•"» i I The Stringalongs also have * version of "Wheels" out. BAYTOWN HIT PARADE 1. "Exodus 1 ' by Ferrante and Triclier. 2. "Wonderland By Nijrht" by Bert Kaempfert. 3. "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" by the Shlrelles. 4. 'I Can't Stop Loving You" by Roy Orbison. 5. "Angel On My Shoulder" by Shelby Flint. 6. "Shop Around" by the Miracles. 7. "Emotions" by Brenda Lee. 8. "Walk Slow" by Little Willie John. 9. "Biiby Sittin' Boogie" by Buzz Clifford. 10. "Golden Wildvvood Flower" by Tom mid Jerry. timn elght or 10 weoks March 1 in Goose Creek Country Club. Those selected to nominate candidates for various officers were Mrs. O. C. Tate, Mrs. W. C. Britt, Mrs. Wade Callam and Mrs. Clvde Martin Mrs. Ernest Gresham was elect- fid to membership in the club. "Need for Nurses in Our Heritage" was the program presented by Mrs. George Bland to 14 members and three guests, Mrs. Mar- Lyons and Mrs. Ed Hurst of Baytown and Mrs. F. L. Skaggs of Pampa, Tex. Next meeting will be Feb. 1 with Mrs. W. C. Britt, 704 N. Jones. Piltdown Men cooperate musically to play the theme, "Good Night Mrs. Flintstone," from the hilarious adult cartoon on television. On hearing one part of the instrumental, you can almost vis- Hillbilly singer Mickie Guilley WM birds do not really swings with his latest, "End of the Line." Tinny strains of an old-fashioned piano prevail in the background as Mickie drawls out the lyrics. Another fast tune which recently made its debut is "Good Time Baby" sung Bobby Rydell style. Watch for this one. more in the 6 MONTHS OF TRAINING IS ALL IT TAKES to open the door to a whole left as a member of the proud and profitable beauty culture profession, LONNIE'S SCHOOL OF HAIR DESIGN 107 W. Texas Ave. Grandmothers To Have Meeting Highlands Grandmothers club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday with Mrs. Pearl Harrington, hostess. Mrs. Lillian O'Brien. Mrs. Grace Lang, Mrs. Frances Kaminski, Mrs. Charlie Shepherd and Mrs. A. J. Courtney, members of the charter attended a luncheon at the American Legion Hall in Houston. An invitation was read by La Marque members to attend their i luncheon to be held Feb. 22 at i, the recreation center in Texas i Cirv. Grandmothers Attend Party Baytown Grandmothers met Thursday in the Optimist Building for a games party, Mrs. Fay Devine and Mrs. Anna Belle Ramey served refreshments to 27 members. Several in the club attended a polio benefit dinner and games party in Houston Wednesday. They will have a business session at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 2 }n the Optimist Building. Be all's CHARGE IT AT BEAU'S SPECIAL PURCHASE * FIRST QUALITY COTTON PRINTS • 36" Wide • First Quality • Fuii Bolts • Reg. 49c Yd. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. K. Lumpkin .•Hid children. TVMaris. Lou. Andy nrwl Joan, were t'nests of Dr. Aczel Thomas when they attended "The Music Man" at the Music Hall in Houston recently. Heirport MATU-A Mr. and Mrs. Jerome R. Ma- iln. Highlands, announce tho ; 'birth of n son, Myron Jrromc.; born Jan. 4. He wigh^r) 8 pounds, j <X ounces. Grandparents arr Mr. j jmicl Mrs. Frank Hanvila of Hous-j ion and Mr. ;m<i Mrs. August j Matula Of Baytown. Godparents 1 arc Mr. and Mrs, (.rorge Patek,! ol Houston. Myron has ono sister, j jphillis M.-irir, 20-months-olr]. I TRY SUN CLASSIFIED Lum-Roark Program "THE LEE-Maury-Jackson Pro-! ^ram" will t» v presented by Mrs.! Vaughn Lirf-ttti to members of! [Aim - Roark, Chapter. United; MfHighters of Confederacy, »t 10 j a.m. Tuesday. The group will j meet with Mrs. R. A. Bramc, 4151 E. Hunnicutt. | LEE COLLEGE Spring Semester, January 25 to June I REGISTRATION: JANUARY 25-26, by Timed Permit CLASSES BEGIN JANUARY 30 MORNING, AFTERNOON, AND NIGHT CLASSES . . . individual msfruction . . . •xperienced «nd highly trained faculty . . . moderate cost , . . veterans accepted under G. I. Bill. Business Communications Business Lew Business Mathematics Introduction To Business Office Machines Persona! Finance BUSINESS COURSES BEGINNING THIS SEMESTER Secretarial Practice Shorthand Typewriting STANDARD COLLEGE CORRICULUM . . . Leading to Associate In Arts degree Degrees from senior colleges, universities, professional and technical institutions, in. eluding Art, Business Administration, Engineering, Mathematics, Music, Teacher Training, Journalism, Pre-dental, Pre-law, Pre-medical. VOCATIONAL COURSES AND ADULT EDUCATION Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration AutomotiVe Mechanics Child Psychology Instrumentation Nursing Pipe Fitting Welding FULLY ACCREDITED . . . courses transferable without loss of credit to leading col- l*g«t and universities throughout the United States. Member Association of Texas Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges, American Association of Junior Colleges •ndf American Council on Education. Fot further information, phon« JU 3-1749 or call in person at the Lee College Office.

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