The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 5, 1969 · Page 6
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Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, June 5, 1969
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Thursday, June 5, 1969 Sec. I MISS IWIKr, HKNSON and Mrs. Lola Mullcr, parly. Mark Putrash, left, and Glenn Angel who arc Ixilh retiring a.s teachers at Horace right, student council presidents for HMJS thl! Mann Junior School, were honored with a year were amonfi the guests at the party. Caps And Gowns Corner Eleven Baytortians have received decrees from the University of Texas College of Arts and Sciences. Heceiving bachelor of arts degrees in commencement exercises were Ann Elizabeth Bender of 1502 [vie Nee; Sylvia Angelina Campos of 1518 \V. Humble; .John Huey IJrouilhet, 11)00 Alabama. Also, Haywood Woodrow Kinsey Jr., of 109 N. Burnet; Ann Ki\y Prcscott of 1801 Florida; Mary Ellen Kiggs of 1808 Hay less; Mrs. Susan Viles Saxon of till W, Jack. Also, Marilyn Celeste Smith of •W5 Rollingwood; George Mason Vnuulit of 102 N. Burtiet and Joseph Douglas Wert of 1800 Mississippi. Jon Lowry (iilbreath of 128 S. Hurni't received a bachelor of science degree in architectural studies. EDUCATION Eleven Bay town area women have received degrees in education from the University of Texas in commencement exercises held May 31. Barbara Kay Mitchell of 107 N. Burriel, Penny Elayne Wadley of •!(K( Burnet and Mary Lou Erv/in of La Forte received bachelor of science degrees in education. deceiving bachelor of science degrees in elementary education were Carol Jean Byrd of B21 S. I'ruett, Mrs. Kebecca Clara Groner Kinley of 100U Kleehvood. Also, .Jennifer Lee Kurcri, 125 Lazy Lane; Cathy Gail Hillard, 5107 Ashwood; Melanie Jeanne Moore, 801 N. Gaillard; Leta Banks Mosesman, 'Jdl Lindenwood; Joan Marie Wells, 701 VV. James, and Mrs. Nancy Jo Tapp Williams of .'I307 Crosby Cedar Bayou. LAWYKHS Receiving the doctor of jurisprudence degree from The University of Texas at Austin School of Law in May 111 commencement exercises were two Baytofiians. They are Leslie Paris LeGrand Jr. of 1G07 Oklahoma and John Carl Moore of lilU W. James. NEWCOMU COLLEGE Deborah A. Edwards of 509 Morrell received a bachelor of science degree from Newcornb College, women's liberal arts division of Tulane University, in commencement exercises held June 2. TEXAS CHRISTIAN Two Baytown seniors at Texas Christian University received degrees during commencement exercises on June 4. James Ellis Elkins of 103 Harold received a bachelor of arts degree in government. William Newton Holmes of 124 Hollingwood received a bachelor of business administration in business management. SOUTHWEST TEXAS Among the 900 students receiving degrees from Southwest Texas Stale College in San Marcos were six Baytonians. Robert K. Ilerndon of 2007 E. James, received a bachelor of science in education. Carol Bains of 1804 Mississippi and Cheryl Sanders of 110 Mable Ai'e., each received a bachelor of arts degree. David C. Mangum of 205 South St., received a bachelor of business administration degree. Sherwood B. Dye of 403A Forrest, received a bachelor of science in education degree. TEXAS TECH Three Baytonians are among the 2,000 students receiving degrees at Texas Tech's commencement exercises on May 31. Dan-ell William Fuliick and Jane Craddock McCauley received bachelor's degrees from the School of Business Administration. Kuth Carolyn Bender received a bachelor's degree from the School of Arts and Sciences. TEXAS WOMAN'S UNIVEK- S1TY At the June 1 commencement exercises at Texas Woman's University, four Baytonians received degrees. Lois C. Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Bradley of 2(i43 Waco, received her degree in nursing. Nancy Carolyn Gerbes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gerbes of 705 Maplcwood, received a degree in child development and nursery education. Bennie Etta Jordan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben I". Jordan of 5102 Tarnarach received a degree in nursing. Mrs. Carolyn Kay McMinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivy H. Leavins of 8030 Tri City Beach, majored in home economics education. HAYLOK Six Baytown area persons were among the Ktt students at Baylor University to receive degrees in May 30 commencement exercises. Kodney Drake Calk, son ol Mrs. Wilson Cox of 504 Gran- tharn, received a bachelor ol business administration degree in management. Sarah K. Kirkrnan, daughter of Mrs. C. E. Kirkman of 100 Kelly Lane, received a bachelor of music education in music education; Thomas A. Ixiird, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. I^Jird of IB Williams received a BBA degree in finance. Donna Kay Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Parker of 2100 French Place received a bachelor of science degree in home economics; J. E. Treadway, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A Treadway of 1707 Clayton received a doctor of philosophy degree in industrial psychology Lee Hoy Carter, son of Mr. ant Mrs. Sam Cormier of 722 N Magnolia in Highlands, received a bachelor of arts degree in sociology. DENTIST James Silas Moore, son of Mrs Silas G. Moore of 801 Gaillard has been awarded a DUS degree from the Baylor University College of Dentistry in Dallas ir May 27 commencement exer cises. THIiN'ITY Jane E. Turner, daughter o Mrs. Veni William Turner o Baytown, was among the 30' students at Trinity University ir San Antonio to receive bachelor of arts degree in May 2( commencement exercises. Miss Turner majored in Christian education. JUNUM COLLEGE Two Baytown area students have graduated from South western Assemblies of Goc Junior College in Waxahacbie They are Florence M. Evans daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 11. F Evans of 11!) E. Cleveland anc Steve Walter Liuney, son of Mr and Mrs. Jack B. Linney of L< Porle. REL Students Take Tests, Skip Courses Twenty-three graduating seniors from Robert E. Lee High School will receive credit for the first thruc hours in freshman English at the University of Texas as the result of scores on the College Board Achievement Tests. Five KICl.. graduates going to UT will receive from three to nine hours of college credit in French on the basis of these tests. Credit and grades for English and language courses are provided by the University of Texas for high scores on the achievement tests. Twelve UEL seniors who took the College Board Advanced Placement lest will get credit and grades for English, SEE A PHOTO IN TODAY'S BAYTOWN SUN YOU WOULD UKE TO HAVE? JUST CALL 422-8 3 O2 Wt Sp*cUlii« in Photo Rtprinh Of t*x+own Sun SUff M>o1ogr»phy 5x7 RffRINTS $150 1 I'llntmj With SUN PHOTO REPRINTS 1301 MEMOIUA4. OftJVE chemistry and calculus a various other colleges anc universities throughout In stiUe. The University of Texas wil give advancement placemen tests in algebra, trigonometry and geometry. Four of the 2li HE L seniors wlv received credit and grades fo freshman English at UT wen juniors ut the time they took lh' tesls. Their scores were higl enough then that they did no have to take the tests again. Grades of A und B are given o, the basis of scores in lh achievement and advance placement tests. KEL student were reported to have made a lo more A's than B's. Head Twirler, Drum Major At CJHS Annonnccc Michelle Samford, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Samford Jr has been selected as drum majo of the Crosby Junior High Schoo band for the 19G9-70 school year Michelle won second place i the twirling competition out of field of 13. She was selected a drum major out of a field three. Becky Lesissner, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Leissner o Highlands, will be head twirle for the 1969-70 school year Becky was also head twirler las year. ILLEGITIMACY RATE HIGI CAPE TOWN, South A Trie (AP) — More than one-third o all colored—mulatto—chitdre born in South Africa are illegit mate, said Dr. Sally Woodrow president of the National Coun cil for Maternal and Famil Welfare. The illegitimacy rat rises to eight out of 10 for co ored teen-age mothers. 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Gill of Mont Belvieu were selected to attend the Symposium, sponsored by Houston Lighting and Power Co. Gerald, a junior at Robert E. Lee High School is accompanied jy Patrick J. Barry, a science teacher at REL, and Lee, a junior at Barbers Hill High School, is accompanied by John L. Hall, a science teacher at BH. A total of 500 students and their respective teachers were selected to attend the four-day meeting, which is designed to familiarize the students with the work being carried out in nuclear energy. A full day was spent touring the science laboratories at the University and reviewing the experiments being carried on in the thermonuclear (fusion) research by the University for the Texas Atomic Energy Research Foundation. The Texas Atomic Energy Research Foundation, a nonprofit organization which is conducting major research programs in nuclear energy, is joining with the University in Baytonian Receives $500 Scholarship DALLAS (Sp) — Maria lendon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luis Rendon of 507 W. Gulf, las been named recipient of a >50G per year Texas Baptist scholarship. Miss Rendon was among 17 Latin - American students, representing 1C Texas cities, named to receive the grants ollowing interviews at the Baptist General Convention of Texas Direct Missions Department in Dallas. The program is financed by the Woman's Missionary Union of Texas with funds provided by the annual Mary Hill Davis Offering for State Missions. Scholarship criteria include at MARIA RENDON least a "B" average in high school, recommendations from pastors, teachers and friends, membership in a Baptist church or mission, and a personal Christian testimony. A 19GG graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, Miss Rendon attended Lee College and the University of Corpus Christi for the past two years. She plans to continue her studies in elementary education at UCC. She is a member of the Gollihar Baptist Mission in Corpus Christi. Crosby FFA Boys Elect Officers New officers of the Crosby Chapter of the Future Farmers of America have been elected and announced. They are James Blaha, president; Skipper Shinn, vice president; Johnny Peters, secretary; David DeWitt, treasurer; Johnny Lindsey, reporter, and Steve Roeder, sentinel. These officers will serve until January when new officers will be' elected. The chapter has also elected Skipper Shinn and James Blaha as delegates to accompany Bill Murtl, sponsor, to the State FFA Convention which will held in Fort Worth July 16-18. Crosby FFA members are also making preparations for the rodeo to be held Aug. 14-16. sponsoring the Symposium. TAERF memberships consists of Houston .Lighting and Power Co. and nine other Texas investor-owned electric utilities. GERALD M. LAWRENCE LEE S. GILL Sheley Now Carries OZITE Floor Coverings Indoor-Outdoor Carpeting and Vinyl Floor Coverings 2209 Market 427-1743 ;*• " ^ ~~~ "^^-^^- ~^^— ^^"*^~ -^^SANDALS LADIES THE LARGEST MOST COMPLETE DISPLAY OF WOMAN'S SANDALS IN TEXAS J/ MANY STYLES WITH ALL LEATHER UPPERS aid SOLES ALL FIRST QUALITY FACTORY FRESH THOUSANDS OF PAIRS ALL CURRENT STYLES REGULAR tJ» VALUES 701 N. Alexander (Hwy. 146) Acrou from Town House Farnitaz*

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