The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on February 6, 1969 · Page 6
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 6

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, February 6, 1969
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Vcgtoora £ntt Thursday, February 6, 1969 Perfect Spellers At Robert E. Lee High School Are Announced DENISE REINEK1 Robwt E.Lae High School Kiglii Koberl E. Lee students :ia\e achieved a perfect score on :tie spelling lest given by the Administrative .Management MK. it'ty. This lest which is given annually, is composed from a list of mi business and technical '.en us. All students taking a business , nurse in the school are required j lake the examination. The students who scored 100 ,:i-e Linda Uikerson, Vicki ! I'nusdale. Arlene U'ootan, Janis : eiguson. Janet Shurpe, Linda rleiiieke, Beverly Walker and jlnria Uarajas. These, students received a :>ni!icieney certificate Irom the - IK K'!\ and u ill bt- able to attend •le Lee-Spring Honors Banquet. . \SSK.MULY T;ie King and i^ueen Assembly Mil l>e held on Friday. Feb. 14. i he assembly is an annual paid program directed by the Student Council. The money made from Ihe assembly will be used to pay the expenses of the delegates to Ihe Texas Association of Student Councils and other Student Council projects. By an all - school vote, 17 boys and 17 girls will be elecled to make up the court. Tickets, which will be sold in Ihe Sludenl Commons, will entitle a student to vole and also lo altend the assembly. These tickets will be on sale 'li om Feb. lu through Feb. 13. Chairmen of the assembly are Ann .Saunders and Cindy Couch. Thursday. Jan. 3D, the Howard J'ayne A Cappella Choir performed I or the sludenl body. Dr. O. J. Uryson directed Ihe ,roup in boih religious and popular numbers. One ot the students in the choir ,vas formerly a Lee graduate. Steve Faulkner is from Highlands and is also an officer in the {toward Payne choir. A.NT1.KK CLCU The Anller - Slag installation was held Sunday, Jan. 26 at the Baylown Elks Lodge No. 1W9. The master of ceremonies was C. K. Miller and the featured speaker was H. T. Taylor, exalted ruler. The invocation was given by Barbara Kurtz and Ihe installation of officers was led by F. G. Brooks Jr. The clubs' purposes were told by Bea West and Jerome Zierlein and the roll was called by Beth Anderson and Doug De Shazo. The parents were recognized as guests by Mrs. Doris Treybig, and the installation was closed by the benediction given by Keith Slallknecht. Refreshments were served following the installation. MI-UJltAL CAKKEKS Eighteen members of the Medical Careers Club met last Thursday night at the Gulf Coast Hospital cafeleria. Ur, H. J. Thomson discussed his educational background and gave a glimpse of what lies ahead in a medical career, 'ollowing his lecture was a question and answer session. Club officers met and planned future aclivilies of the club. There will be a money-making project in February. This will be a "Flea Market" and more details will be given later. Science Fair preparations are underway and several members of the club will be entering the' fair with exhibits, as well as helping the club booth at the fair. David Hardey maintain a hosted a CBJS Students See Southern Assembly ANN HEMPHIUL Cedar Bayou Junior School Last Friday, at Cedar Bayou Junior School, there was a 'Southern School Assembly. Handy Ackerman introduced the entertainers, three men from Austria, were dressed in their naiive costumes. These costumes were short panis made out of leather, called "lederhosen," with suspenders, knee socks, a felt hat with feathers, white shirt, and black shoes decorated with buckles. Two of the men played guitars and one an accordion. In Austria Ihe people dress similar lo Ihe people in America. The people speak mostly German and Austrian, but some speak a little English. The sing mostly songs with yodeling in them. They get most ot their songs from their neighboring country, Germany. The entertainers played mountain music, polkas from Germany and a variation of the Blue Danube. The dances of Ihis country are danced mostly in very large groups. The men did a couple of dances with music to the guitar, accordian, and an old zither. They played "Edelweiss" and la Iked about the filming of "Sound of Music" in their country. "Eidelweiss" is their state (lower and cannot be found anywhere except in the high mountains. They played their national anthem, which was written by Mozart. At the end the three men gave a lesson in milking a cow. MOKE NAMES A sludent at Cedar Bayou Junior School in sixth grade thai made all A's and B's who was left off of the list last week is t j atli Davis. In seventh grade Shannon Lander made ail A's. In the eighth grade Deborah Savell made all A's except for one B 1JAVOU BREEZE Debbie Gaines eats her lunch in the auditorium . . . Roby Whiltaker disagrees. Debbie Herman has a green tangerine for lunch . . . Connie Miller is happy . . . Pallie Duhon lalls . . . Diana Cravey reads . . . Lila Anile thumbs through her notebook. Sleffam Gray plays with her pencil . . . Cathy Schleider has tun . . . John Benes tells jokes to Bobby Fudge . . . Mrs. Miiba Miller disagrees with 6.1. John Holley makes mistakes . . . Karen Wilkins eats a big lunch . . . Charles Kinny calls someone . . . David Parkinson has geography book and lunch. Koberl Walmsley asys "Hi" . . . Susan Bryan helps . . . Mrs. Greichen Helpinstill doesn't want her name in the paper . . . William Glenn Smith reads many notes . . . Mary Margaret Lindsey writes a lot of notes. Shannon Lander gets left out. . . Kandy Holman goes skating . . . Libby Myers gets embarresed . . . Cindy Medders writes a note . .'. Angela Adams transfers to a good school. Thomas Jefferson described the presidency thus: "The second office of the government is honorable and easy; the first is but a splendid misery." campaign party at his home to plan his program for running for a state office in the Texas Association of Careers for Health, the club state affiliate. David' is running for vice president. Voting will be at the slate convention in Fort Worth, April 11 and 12. The next night meeting of the Medical Careers Club will be on Thursday Feb. 13. All students are welcome and do not have to belong to the club to benefit from Ihe interesting discussion groups. Lh)K TKAVKLKU The staff of the Lee Traveler is becoming active in the formulating of the WJ yearbook. 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