The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on February 6, 1969 · Page 8
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_ 9*ytam* »ua Wednesday. February S, 1969 LITTLE HENRY •y Cori Anderso* THE BORN LOSES By Art Some* WAT CO SOU A* AM, YOU CWl'T SPEWP WTH SOU SPRAINED AWKU5 APP V OJCRUTCHES? OH, AUD THERE'4 MO YJAV rOU CAW MAKE IT? BUT, MOTHER, ITS tea vtw WHAT— V/SIT you!>• EEK AND MEEK By Howie Schneider VtXJWG PEOPLE OF THE UJORCD... HEAR AMD BEAUTY ARC ACL THAT MATTER, Ik) THIS LIFE.' 5O X SAY CAST OFF SOCJR MATERfAL. THIMGS J l( PUT VWR CLOTHES BACK 010! THAT'S MOT VUHAT I MEAJOT! .z-t BUGS BUNNY By Ralph Heimdohl I'LL BE SACK WITH A \TOW TRUCK IN NO TIME THE WOAD IS VEWV SLIPPEWV HEY, THERE'S A GARAGE POWN ATTH' BOTTOM O' TH' HILL HMM Bv Mart Walker and Dik Browne DAD'S GOOD GUY. HI AND LOIS EVEN SNOVV LAST NISHT/ MR. ABERNATHY •'"W^fei By Joacs and Ridgeway GUE9S WERE GOING TO HAVE A SHOWER. 90UND9 LIKE IT. HILDA. I THE DI9HWASHER &ROKE DOWN }'///// III I I .1 \ THIS MORNING, YOU KNOW. Ji V V I V I I ': /b- ; /Irf/iy / ,,/<// ,ri !'i it & ff n 'm BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker All notices not to official company tu.si.ness must "be. from-Uie bulletin board immediately. BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH By Fred Losswefl I VJONDER IF I COULD BORRy A PITCHER OF MILK, Loweezv DRAW A PITCHER ) PER ME WHILE ' SHORE V£ CAN, ELVINEV- UH--WAIT A SECONT ALLEY OOf By V. T. Homlin YOU EXPECT UC T'BUMP OFF OUEEN NCFERTITI- OF COURSE; WITH THE QUEEN OUT Of- THE WAY, THE THRONE IS OURS.' ...HERE, YOU NEEP ONLY TO MIX A LITTLE OF THIS WITH HER FOOP WOW! THA'S \ YHAH, MAN. 1 LET'S NOT POWERFUL / ACCEPT ANY INVITATIONS STUFF; / TO TEA FROM THIS GUY.' Honor Roll Announced At Highlands Junior MAR.THA. SYLVESffeR Highlands Junior School The second-nine week honor roll U>r Highlands Junior School has been posted. The honor roll at HJS is based on ail eiglu subjects. Beginning with the eighth grade, the only all A student was Becky Ezell. Those in the eighth grade that qualified lor the "A" average were Becky Barnett, Mike Uillingsley, Connie Blickhan, Kentliond, Sylvia Castillo, Mona Closs, Kandall Craig, Curtis Ulcliarcl, Ronnie Dicky, Larry Endurli, Keith Ferguson, Connie Kulcher, Evelyn Gilliam, Glen liorton, Lisa Jones. Also Donna Lang, Scottie Mills, Deanna Mitchell, Kenneth Nealherlin, David Parker, Van 1'urrish, Debbie Pitman, Paula Kichards, Patricia Schmadl, Ten Slarkey, Diane Stovall, Martha Sylvester, Theresa Wade, Madeline Woods and Glen Xadrapa. The only seventh grade all A student was Peggy Williaens. Those in the seventh grade that had an "A" average were Becky Adams, Hal Adams, Debbie Ainsworth, Charles Ashley, Roger Burns, Dena Cheek, Diane Choale, Theresa Conley, Jell Dill, Lawrence Edwards, Cindy Harman, Terri Hartley, Kenneth Hill, Bobby Humphrey, Sharlel Jasper, David Lindsey. Also, Patricia Lisli, Clydette Messiah, Pamela Moore, Cyn- ihia Kobinson, Kevin Hupp, Robert Sanchez, Leslie Schmidt, Student-Faculty Basketball Game Set For Monday Night By KATHY SHELEY Anahuac High School At 7:30 p.m. Monday the sec- nd annual Exes-Faculty Basketball Game, sponsored by he Classroom Teachers \ssociation, will be held in the ,ym. Admission will be $1 [or adults and 50 cents 1'or students. The purpose of the game is to aise lunds lor the $300 .cholarship the CTA awards to a .enior Future Teachers of America applicant each year. Everyone is encouraged to al- end the game. This is the students' only opportunity to jpeniy oppose their teachers vithoul fear of reprisal. Included on the faculty team are Coaches Kufus Williams and Jackie Hathorne, Superin- endent Henry Wheeler, history eacher Jerry Peacock, and unior high teachers Tommy Willcox and Thomas Catchings. Female faculty members will erve as cheerleaders and xmipon girls. KTA The Future Teachers of Amerca met last Thursday in the lome of sponsor Betty Gail Jlark. Students were assigned sections of town in which to sell ickets to the upcoming basketball game. After proving their salesmanship prowess the students returned to find shrimp gumbo awaiting them. Following supper, the club leld a meeting, adopted a constitution and appointed committees required by the new constitution. The project committee consists of Shari Wheeler, chairman; Louise Abshier; and Deborah Land. Vice president Billy Baillio heads the program committee with Jan Metcalf and Kalhy Sheley as his co-workers. FFA Several members of the future Farmers of America are preparing for their entries in the Houston Livestock Show which will last from Feb. 19 to March 2. Jesse Haynes, Richard Till, Steve McManus, Floyd Reeves, Larry Koy, Preston Barker, •Vrlhur Jackson and James •\bshier purchased chickens to be raised and shown there, while Frank Garvey, Jimmy Turner UT Enrollment Drops During Spring Class AUSTIN (AP) - A total of 28,139 students enrolled for the spring semester at the Univer- lity of Texas in Austin, officials said today. Assistant Registrar William Wallace Jr. said the 2,239 decrease from fall registration resulted from the large number who graduated or had to with draw and a considerably small er number of new students. William Sydney Porter first used the pen name of O Henry while serving a prison sentence. and David LeNormand are getting their beef heifers ready for the show. Steve McManus will scramble for a dairy heifer on Feb. 20. By selling the most crates of fruit during the FFA fruit sale, Sidney Harmon won a trip to the slate FFA convention at Ft. Worth in July. The money from the sale will be used for the Sweetheart Banquet and a scholarship for an KFA boy chosen by the club members. I'AXTHEK 1'KATTLE Students are having a tough time figuring out the February bulletin board in the cafeteria, i'his month is the French Club's turn to decorate it, and the heart- encircled poem displayed is in French. When Huth Anne Forrest complained about cleaning her brother's aquarium, Chris Uorbandt made a helpful suggestion: "Just dump in a can of Dratio; you'll get lots of pretty colors, too." But what about the fishV Installation of the central air- conditioning system approved by last year's bond election has begun. The sight of this is chilling, according to both students and faculty, especially since the school has been having problems with heating«However, the problem shivers on cold days should be solved soon. The teachers have requisitioned 2<j pot-bellied stoves, enough wood to supply them and stokers to keep the fires going. Sammie Singleton, Donaid Smith, Sharon Ann Smith, Donna Snyder, Donnie Sowders, Michael Turner, Linda Weslberry and Joseph Wheallali. Bernadelte Auzenne, Honda Bradberry, Susan Caver, Ham Uubose, Blanche Greenwood, Linda Jacobs, Joe Trahan and Lisa Turner all had all "A's" in the sixth grade. In the sixth grade these people had an "A" average; Billy Atken, Willie Allen, Clarence Alexander, Maxcy Avanl Chrislensen Bradley, Richard Burns, Mark Closs, Cindy Conway, Evelyn Coward, Sandy Uaigle, Kaye Dean Davis, Terri Dunn, Theresa Flippo, Harry Grubough, Debbie James, Susan J ones. Also, Jackie Lee, Mickey Masterson, Byron Mercer, Thomas Mosuly, Mike Newman, Kalhy Nelson, Donna Fennington, Jerome Phillips, Marie Richards, Donna Smally, Sandra Smith, Sandra Thomas, Deborah I'oinlinson, Karen Urbanek and I'linc Webber. HASKKTBALL Last week was a busy week for me seventh and eighth grade loams and their coaches. Both teams won their games at Horace Mann Junior School lasl week with the scores of 4U-24 for me seventh grade and 55-30 for Die eighth. Thursday, January JU, again, boih teams beat Bayluwn Junior School, in Baylown. The scores 'lur the seventh and eighth grades in that order were 43-40 and 40-4;). The seventh grade is undc- l wiled. BAND HJS band is now practicing lor the performances il wilt give Feb. 22, at Baytown Junior School and March 6, at Cedar Bayou Junior School. cnom HJS choir will give a concert lo the student body of HJS Feb. 19, Western Day. BAND t'ONCEKT Lasl Friday, Baylown Junior School band presented a concert lo the sludenl body of HJS. MOV1K Friday night there was a movie sponsored by Ihe Parents Council of HJS in the school audiionum. ASSEMBLY Wednesday, Jan. 2'J, Ihe •1'yroleans"- presented an assembly of folk dancing and music to the students. hi ihe "Tryoleans" were Peler Marleschnig, Herman Gruber and Jacob hlberl. These men, irom Austria, are on a lour of America. CAPTAINS Las I week, girl learn captains were ulecled ynd learns were picked in the physical education classes. The name of the girls will be in next week's column. HIGHLIGHTS J'uminy Callaway sils alone, but not lor long . . . Madeline Woods receives something . . . Vicki Bickley gels oil crutches Connie Wolipka stays in nomcroom . . . Janet Criswell geis called in ... La wanna Zaba is absenl. Slieri Chandler makes a mistake . . . Vicki Johnson forgets me nine . . . Larry Tobin says Hi ... Curtis Harrish gets disappointed . . . Steve Rosser worries . . . James Rios has the wrong idea . . . Karen Walts gets scared. \ Need Cash ^^'^ r ^^^vr:::fe **'"JH- ..i — •••—•••••*_" , - - •.,[>'.. ^> i^ '7T~'J WORLD ALMANAC FACTS Around the turn of the century, if you longed to play the piano but were messed with a tin ear and 10 thumbs, the player piano offered such an easy solution that a slogan ran: "Even Pop Can Play the P i a n o 1 a." 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