The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 8, 1966 · Page 13
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14 A* Tuesday, March 8, 1966 CHANNELVIEW SCHEDULES STOCK SHOW MARCH 18-19 By MAUKINE HOUUQCAN -lview The Future Farmers o£ America Stock Show and Fair held annually in Channelview will be March 18-19. Organizations wanting booths at the fair are urged to call Mrs.' Helen Kemp at GL 2-7869. Those •wanting to participate in the parade should call Mrs. Charlene Keller at GL 2-7868. The Miss Channelview Roundup Contest is in full swing with members are urged to attend, .ganization of Kiwanis, by corn- Veterans of World War I andjpeting in an essay contest. Ladies Auxiliary barracks 1886 will have their meeting at 2:30 p.m. March 13 at Old River Terrace Methodist Church Fellowship Hail. Each auxiliary member is ask- Studenls will be asked to write an essay on the aims and objectives of Key Clubs. First prize will be S100. second prize SO and third prize $25. Details will be worked out ed to bring several sandwiches j with the school administration to the meeting. All members are! and will be announced later urged to be present. The Channelview Athletic Booster dub met in Coach Bowden Cook's office in the high four contestants participating, school Tuesday, March 1. Deadline for the contest signup) is over. MARCH 12 SESSION The Veterans of World War I and Ladies Auxiliary of District 8-22 will hold a meeting at 10 a.m. March 12 at 115 East 14th St. in Houston. Lunch will be served and all R»nt A Car S*rvtc* As Low As $5.00 ftr Day Can THAD FELTON New officers elected for the coming year are John Hampton, re - elected president; Bill Hervey, re - elected vice president; Marvin Lawford, secretary and Lloyd Pate, treasurer. CHOIR PROJECT The choir of Old River Terrace Methodist Church of Channelview has taken on the project of obtaining 250 copies of the new edition of the Methodist Hymnal. Anyone interested in donating hymnals caH the church office at GL 2-2803 Mrs. C W. Boeker, at GL 2-2S03 or call Mrs. Scott The main project for tnis yearjHartman at GL 2-7340. will be installation of a newj Scoreboard at the stadium. In January the Scoreboard was de- for DeZa valla Elementary stroyed by a small twister. [School of Channelview has been KEY CLUB [announced. HOUOR ROLL The Distinguished Honor Roll den, Michael Chrisholm, Charles s school will have open house dur- Davis, Jolinda Franklin. Gerda fog sc hool hours Tuesday for Frederick and KaUiy Felice. j parents and guests, Viola Cobb Also, Connie Guillory, Pamela Helme'r. Karias Jenkins. Rosemary Jones. Wanda Knox. Sharon Long, Dale Mooney,. Gale Mooney, Mike Prince. Deborah Peach" Quinn Quails, Steven Revnolds, Leslie Spiv-ey. Mary Simmons. Patty Williams, Breru da Woodridge and Glen Wilson. AID SOCIETY Mrs. Viola McGee of 16214 Second St. is organizing a volunteer aid society to work in Rockglen Hospital in Northshore. Members are needed from the Channelview area for three!is the projects chairman. Ex- hours work each week to helpjhibits, organized by school and patients by reading to them, j grades, will be presented to the writing letters, running errands. I parents to show examples of the etc. for those unable to help!students work, themselves . | Buddy Feazell, Anvone interested should call | choral director, has planned a Mrs. McGee at GL 2-2280. ! program in the auditorium start- Public School Week is being |> n S.at 7 p.m. It will feature the The Northshore Kiwanis Club] Those making the honor roll j observed in the Channelview 'are Cynthia Buras, Gay Gohan-jSchool District March 7-11 with will offer Channelview High School students an opportunity to learn more about the Key Club, a high school service or- non, Eric Bowers. Michell Bee-Jan open house at ail four be, 'Laurie Butler, Janis Burke, j schools. Douglas Cooper, Patrick Cow-i The junior and senior high the C. A. Fortaer Masonic Lodge nf Channelview, will be served in the cafeteria to parents and guests enjoying Project Night. New Math will be taught parents of students in the Channelview School District. The course began Monday. The classes will be taught by Stanley Yarbrough and Richard Billingsley. They will conduct classes two nights a week, on Mondays and Thursday's, in room 30 of the high school. The classes are being sponsored by the Junior - Senior De- Zavalla and Viola Cobb parent- Teacher Associations This is the second year at Channelview for the classes to be taught the parents. Last year there wa s an enrollment of 128. The PTA Associations urge every parent to take advantage of the classes being given for their benefit. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Tony LaBoa of 15607 junior high school choir in two Market St. "in Channelview is numbers and the high school preparing for a three - week A Cappella Choir in three seec- tions. Refreshments, furnished by Elementary will have open house Wednesday and DeZavala Elementary will have open house Thursday. Friday p.m. March 11. will be Project Night whereby the various departments in the school display their projects worked on during the year. The exhibits will be shown in the high school gymnasium from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Theme for the exhibit night will be "The Progress of Education." Tom Barnett. high school civics and history teacher high school CULPEPPER'S WAREHOUSE SHOWROOM CLEAN SWEEP SALE! WAREHOUSE SHOWROOM ONLY!! 1 59 95 SUPERIOR SOFA AND CHAIR IN DANISH MODERN -- BROWN OR MARINE COLORS 149 95 SUPEKIOR SOFA AND CHAIR IN DANISH MOD- 89.95 ERN -- ORANGE OH AVACADO PLASTIC MADDOX MODERN LOUNGE CHAIR IN PERSIMMON COLOR FABRIC ! 7Q OC FURNITURE DESIGNS 4 PIECE CURVED SEC- i / 7.73 TIONAL SOFA IN BEIGE. 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Ga.. with her Party has too many factions that son. Lt. Jackson La Boa, who &** growing too far apart, is stationed near there. "I would work for unity in the Mrs. LaBoa plans to take her party's ranks and bring it back grandson. Anthony, along. jto its original fold,'' Martin Mrs. Sharon Holliman of 302 said. Elsbeth is in Tidelands Hospital undergoing tests and treatment. Robert Gillis, of 17642 Lakeshore. Drive in Chartnelview, is another victim of influenza. Huffman School District Will Be Independent' "I would strive to organize the rank and file, within the union! and the non - union, and let j them help in the preservation of| the Democratic Party." He added that he believes, if elected, it would be feasible to use his office to stimulate the interest of voters on community as well as state and national projects. Martin's campaign hoadquar- j ters will be at his oHice, 501 S. j Fourth St. in La Porte. He re-j sides at 517 S. Fourth. ! Huffman school district voters i H e and hi s wife, Mary .have j approved independent status for a son. Raymond Martin, now | the district by 155-16 in a Sat- serving in the armed forces, and two daughters — Sandra Louise Mrs. Martin are members of the Bayshore Bap- j urday election. This abolishes the last coin- and Dale, mon school district in Harris Mr - ar County. Although County Supt Vincejtist Church. He has been a La i W. Miller's job as supervisor of^ Port e Lions Club member near-i common schools has been elimi-lb" 10 years. j nated, he will continue as ad- i Martin is active in the La j ministrator of the county educa-1 Porte Council for Retarded Chil- i tion department, which also pro-1 dren - He >s a charter member j vides service to independent of th e La Porte Community i school districts, i Service Club and holds an non- j In the Saturday election, theio 1 " 31 ^ deputy constable's com-! voters also named seven trus- i mission. j tees — M. G. McFall T. J. j "I h °Pe everyone within the j Blankenship, Alfred Bel'], Billie 1 county that would like to join! J. Smith. Mrs O. P. Fullerton j m >" campaign will drop in and ; and Dr. Fred Dcdge, ihave coffee with us when the; Blankenship and McFall had campaign gets on its way." he j been members of the common (Said. j school district's three-member "Anyone desiring to help out board. Frank Devereaux, principal of the Huffman school, said stu- In the campaign at the headquarters may call G Al-0210. j "I will appreciate everyone's ! dents in the seventh'and higher j consideration in voting for me j grades will continue to attend i in the May 7 primary." ' the Humble and Crosby schools. I Students will be brought into A i the planned Huffman junior A. A. high and high school a grade a! year, Devereaux explained. j Tax Data For Students Given Working students have re- New Assignment At HORC Refinery A. A. Sanders Jr., has been assigned as operating supervisor in the Light Ends Department ceived word on how to fulfull! of ^f Humble Oil and Reim- their tax obligations to Uncle i m * °?- s Baytown Refinery. Sam from Robert L. Webb, ad-| He * responsible for process ministrative officer of the In-1 operations associated with the ternal Revenue Service in Bay-! rec ° ver > r and ^ ° f . lj ^t Prod: ucts manufactured in the cata- ! 1. Students earning S600 or! : - vt£ic c ra <*ing operations in the ! more during 1965 must file an I reilne ]"y- . . . i income tax return, even if the I- Sanders Domed the Technical ! student is claimed as a depend- £ lv : !slon of I J"™ blef f Baytown ent bv his narents. | Refinery in 1949 after receiv- 2. Students with incomes ofl"?^. a ^ de S«* lr ; ^mjcal less than S600 during 1965 and 1 Engineering from the U™ver- who have had income tax with- f';. ° ^ as '_ .™T 1° „ ' S «"™ LOW RATE OF INTEREST-ONLY V 2 of 1% PER MONTH held should file a return to get assignment he was a staff en-1 these taxes refunded. Usuallv, g»eer in the Conversion Sec- j a Form 1040A will do the trick. *"» <* the Tecnmcal Division. 3. Single students filing a re-1. H % ls a member of the Amer- turn should claim one exemption | lcan ^titme or Chemical Eng.- for himselr. even if he is also | ne , eTrs - *>°uth Texas Sf cb ° n claimed as a dependent by his ^^^^^^1 P T n in S ' a community property *™> G ^ OJ J- H a " d P avid ' state such as Texas the tota'l 10 - Mrs " Sander s ls the former .'- . i . i_ j Lenora Ccoke, and her mother combined, income or nusoana . _ _., _^ , ~ T^_- *n . .. ,- -, • -j is Mrs D. w Branch 01 L/riscoll. and wife ordinarily is consid- r; • , . , . ,, eluding students, may elect tO| file a joint return by combining| pelt ""- it: *- ._ their total incomes: or separate! _ , returns with each reporting ex-jLlOISOH Officer actly one-half of the combined i W. C. GIEGER o£ Ba>town, Air inco'me. ! Force Academy liaison officer. Usually, a telephone call to j attended the annual meeting of IRS will get answers to many j liaison officers Saturday in :tax questions. 'Houston. 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