The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on February 27, 1966 · Page 3
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

Baytown, Texas
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Sunday, February 27, 1966
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Junior Glass Play Is Slated March 25 At Barbers Hill Sunday, February 27, 1966 By GIJENDA BUTLER mud JEANETTE RHODES Barbers HIM High School The junior class of Barbers Hill High School have selected a mystery-comedy for production at the high school auditorium on March 25. The name of the play is "Creeping Shadows" from the pen of Germaine Haney. Heading the cast of 24 are Anita Bell, Kit Laughton; and Randy Shepard, Jack Hunter; Connie Ely the. Cherry Frazier. Glenda Butler, Mrs. Frazier, Marsha Seal, Anna; Dennis Cordray, Bill Frazier; James Daniel. Ted Garvey; Mike Jones, Mr. Wade; and Jimmy Farmer, Mr. King, also have responsible roles. Other parts in the play will be held by J. B. McKinney, sheriff; Jimmy Burns, Butch; Jimmy Scott. Hank; Debbie McKay. May; Avey Burns r Jill; Elizabeth Clark. Undy; Susan Abbe, Snooky; Jeanette Rhodes, Mrs. Truesdale; Barbara Jackson, Ellie; Brenda Thomas, Dot; Walter Ferrell. Johnny Swift; Bubba Bennie Gregory. Dick Prince; LansfOi-d, Jud Baxter: Larry Barrow, Buck; and Mike Malak, Omnes. This play is unusual in that the comedy and mystery elements are equally divided. It is probably one of the most amazing mystery plays every produced. It will be directed by W. E, EAGLE CHATTER Charles Huffman is not very good at using crutches • . . Debbie McKay loses her bet .. . Bob Wallace dropped a test tube out the chemistry window . Randy Shepard got to act a lot while play tryouts were going on. Sandy Clark got to ride an elevator Wednesday . . . Robert Dingley and James Daniel were surprised when Jerry Van Dyke answered their phone call . . . Chuck Lagagren was absent Thursday. Fairv Crocker had an accident at the" Barbers Hill and East Chambers volleyball game Thursday night. Banna Porter, Sherry Bell. Barbara McQueen, and Robert Neyland all have crutches these days . . . Frank dark doesn't have enough hands to stack chairs and keep them from falling down, too. James Daniel has discovered how to be absent from a class and still be present. (Hide behind the filing cabinets in Algebra H class is the best way). Marsha Seal forgets to stay after school to have her twirling pictures taken . . . Mike Jones serenades English HI class . . Debbie- McKay was surprised when a spider crawled up beside her typewriter. Football Banquet Is Set Saturday Night By BARBAXA JAMES and CYNTHIA MALCHAK Crosby High Scuuoi The annual football banquet will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Tower. • — . ~. . „ , sweet picKies Crosby's District ZT-A Footballj rek ju *. hates the homemaking room. Some of the King girls fixed the lunch and served it. BUFFALO BEAT Larry Martin gets a new car . . _ Favorites Ball pictures come in "... Mike Trantaum and his family are building a new house . . . Barbara and Kathy James go up to Huntsville State College this weekend to see a basketball game . . . Shirley Tyler misses school. G a y 1 e Holmelin just loves I sweet pickles and Charlotte Ma- ONli Champs will be honored for their fine work that they performed during the football season. ASSEMBUES An assembly concerning great speakers of our American heritage was held Thursday in the high school auditorium. Such Haynie, the junior class spon- L pea kersas Patrick Henry, sor. FIELD TRIP Homemaking H girls took aj s Truman field trip to visit Culpepper's ft\ ony furniture store and Town House Abraham Lincoln, Woodrow Wilson. Franklin Roosevelt, Harry and Susan B. An- furniture store. They were studying a chapter on the home and its furnishings. At Culpepper's they took a tour of the store, where they saw many types of furniture such as Early American, French Provincial and Mediterranean. At Town House they discussed the us e of color coordinates in decorating the rooms of the home. After this talk they then toured the store. They then had dinner at the Tower. Mrs. Alma Busch is their home economics teacher. Rent A Car Service As Low As $5.00 Per D»y Call 582-S1W THAD FELTON were portrayed by Gary Koudelka, Jerry Prochazka. Mike Humphries, Roy Jeffcoat Bart Hock, Tommy Svoboda and Sharon Walding. Narrator of the program was Ella Wright. The speeches of these great Americans had to do with such urgent times as the American Revolution Civil War and World War IL PICTURES Pictures taken at the Favorite Ball were received last week by the Crosby High School annual staff .The remainder of the pages needed to conclude work on the annual will be sent in soon. KTNG HIGH SCHOOL Miss Linda Franta, Cynthia Malchar, Barbara James and Mrs. Dale Henson went to King High School to judge some table settings for the King girls. After the judging the girls were served lunch in the dining room at Yott ten Send Yovr fGds To School Neaf and C/e*n fvery Day... IF YOU LET US DO YOUR LAUNDRY It's so Smart and Economical SHOP THESE SPECIALS WEDNESDAY AT THE S. 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Also attending this meeting [will be Father William Tinney, I Sister Mary Virginia, principal I of St. Joseph's School, and Henry i Armstrong, principal of Robert |E. Lee High School. j The topics to be discussed are j the high school class schedules I of the students and plans will be j made for the entertainment of ! the graduation party. j STATIONS OF THE CROSS Every year during the season of Lent, as a customary commemoration of the Passion of our Lord, the Stations of the Cross are recited at 3 p.m. ev- jery Friday for th e students at St. Joseph's. This year the junior [high students will be able to at- Itend the Stations on a voluntary j basis or they may have a study period under supervision until 13:30 p.m. LITERATURE PROJECT In the ninth grade literature class the students are constructing a replica of the Globe theater of the Elizabethan period in which many of Shakespeare's plays were first performed. Three committees were formed and two chairmen for each were selected. The plans committee headed by Alice Antonini and Ellen Coates, is in charge of the architecture of the theater. The construction committee, headed by Becky Burns and Glenn Landry, is in charge of the actual building of the theatre. The committee responsible for the construction of the puppets and costumes is headed by Robin Luckins and Kelly Mitchell. BLUE JAY JABBER Pam Welch plays a game. . . Randy Hanle gives away a prize possession . . . Kay Juenger has a birthday . . . Theresa Eilers and Cathy Brinkman take a guess. Kathy Wells asks a question . . . Janie Homsby has English class mixed - up with Gym . . . Becky Bums journeys to Dallas . . . Mike Stec "attempts" to dance. Kathy Fanestiel borrows a slave . . . Margaret Bevel has lo work an extra day . . . Thomas Giroir makes an important decision during a conversation . . . Pat Tyler waits for the mailman. Cathy Kiber has some trying experiences . . . Robert Kubica eats his cereal . . . Mary Ostermayer has a laugh . . . 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