The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 20, 1966 · Page 2
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Baytown, Texas
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Sunday, March 20, 1966
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ftuu Sunday. March 20,, 1966 Band Winners Announced At Solo Ensemble Meet f CoBes* c4 Technology received Bv GIJENDA BUTLER and JEANETTE RHODES Barber* HIU High School High school band members who entered the solo and ensemble contest Saturday at J-amar Rent A Car S«rvic« As Low As $5.00 Per D»y SSS-S1M THAD FELTON THEATRE NOW 3 FAMILY HITS 3 NO REPEATING FEATURE 7:00 P.M. FULL LEHGTH! 253 1ADGHS 9:00 PJM. FEATURE : UNITED ARTISTS SSBSSSSK^SSiKSSkSSSg.! LAST FEATURE 11:S5 P.M. IT'S EX- COIX>R! "THE CURSE OF MUMMY'S TOMB" r*U : ngs- First place winners were Daniel, a junior, who pJayed a tuba solo entitled "Lento-"; James dark, a freshman, wiho clayed a solo entitled "In tho Hall of the Mountain King"; Taojney Clark who is also a frfcshman, played a. trombone sole- named "Turquoise": Marsha Sea!. a. junior who pleyed a flute- solo entitled "Scherzino." Se«?ond rating winners were a comt't quartet made up of Robert D ingley, Mark Blythe, Ernie Battle -, and Doug Morris, who playec I "Triumphal March from Aida";: Shelia Williams, A v e y Bums, and Glenda Butler, a clarinet trio, played "Contentment": Shelia Williams, a senior, pla yed a clarinet solo en- titeled "Air"; Cathy Cotton, a sophomore, who played a flute solo, entitled "March of the Tin Soldiers." Robert Dingley received a third rating on his cornet solo, and Frank dark received a fourth rating on his baritone saxophone solo. All first place winners were presented medals. James Daniels will go to state contest in Austin this summer to compete there. HONOR ROLL The students who make the all A's honor roll for the fourth six weeks are: Seniors: Sue Davis. Lilla Hooks, Linda Sue Brazzil and Sandra Hart. The juniors were Connie Blythe and Marsha Seal. Debate Sessions Slated For Literature Project Br By AXJC2E ANTONISI St. Joseph -'f Junior Hi&:h As a six-wi?eks project in li erature. debaite sessions will b held under the guidance Richard Cook e, literature in- structure of th e junior high. The separate debate teams in each grade 01* the junior high are forming witi 1 ! three debaters and two researci hers to a team Contest will bo held betweer the teams ol the seventh, eighth and ninth grade classes of th Junior High. Sepwirate tourna ments will be helcl to determin SUNDAY SPECIAL CHICKEN mm REG. 85c 69' BROWN'S CHICKEN SH/CK 901 E. Texas X8Z-98M BRUNSON -PORT N-O-W RESERVED SEATS NOW AT BOX-OFFICE OR BY MAIL "ONE OF THE MOST BEAOTIFUL MOVIES EVER MADE!" — Life Magazine METRO-GOLaWN-MAYER n^ms AGARLO PONH PRODUCI10N DAVID LEAM'S FILM OF BORtSPASTERNAKS DOCTOR ZHilAGO GERALD1NECHAPUN -JULIECHRISTIE*10MOOURTBW ALECGUiNNtSS -8KW1 McKENNA-RAlPH RSCHAOT O^^wa^l^SIBGK^TUSHNGWW ROBEfff BOLT- DAVID LEAN IHPAKWISIOH-AND HETBOCOLOB STARTS MARCH 3Oth ^ 7;55 f „ . ?150 Sunday Hitineej & HoITdsyj 2 P.M. 2.50 Matineei Wed. & S»t_ 2 P.M. 1.75 MARCH 30&31 SOLD OUT 5078 RICHMOND AVE. P. 0. BOX 2261J, HOUSTON, TEXAS For Groups or Theatre Parties Contact Margaret Foster it the Tneilrs the teams eligible to compete in tbe finals. After studying the rules of debating, the suggestions for the debating material will be voted and decided on SCIENCE FAIR Tbe judges of this year's Science Fair, Arthur Hodges and Bill Rogers, announced the winners Saturday. In the biological science division, Marlene Moore's "Breeding Fruit Flies for Heredity Characteristics" won first place. Second place was won by Alice Antonini for her experiment of "Respiratory Rate of Animals Compared to Luckins was Plants." awarded Robin third he place for her explanation of the "Internal Organs of a Rat." Kathy Wells recived a honorable mention for her project on "Marine Life in the Baytown Area." Under the field of earth science, Lee Beaiichamp won first place with his demonstration of a dam. Thomas Giroir placed in second with his project on the "Purification of Water" and Michael Rice, taking third place, explained "What Is a Crystal." An honorable mention was awarded to Janie Homsby for her project on "Water Purification." In the division of physical sci- :nce. Bill Comeaux was awarded first place with his demon- •stration and explanation of "The Camera." "Model Rocketry" by Charles fteilly placed second and Larry Kovalcik won third place with "Heat Experiments with Sand and Washers." In this division, iCathy Brinkman was presented lonorable mention for her proj- ct on "Transfiguration of the Colors of the Spectrum." SHAKESPEAREAN THEATER Progress is in the making for ninth grade's class project, uflding a model of the Globe "heater, under the supervision 3f Mr. Richard H. Cooke, litera- ure instructor, of St. Joseph unior High. Pat Tyler, of the plans com- *nittee headed by Ellen Coates and Alice Antonini, has com- ileted the drawing of a set of lans. Paul Ostermayer and 'aul Comeaux, of the construc- ion committee headed by Jecky Bums and Glenn Landry, are now busy figuring a com- lete scale for this Shakespeare- n model. The Puppets and Tapestries Committee, headed by Robin and Kelly Mitchell, are preparing costumes for the miniature string puppets. At the completion of this proj- ct. the "puppets" will present cts of a Shakespearean play. BLUE JAY JABBER Paul Kloesel has trouble with is armatures . - - Thomas iroir finds his pens compelled water . . . Ellen Coates gets surprise visit . . . Glenn Lanry is ready to welcome a new ear . . . Amy Roshto has profa- ems with her gym clothes . . - eanette Sobotik makes last minute changes . . . Lee Beau- lamp addresses the wrong per- on . . . Sandra Mitchell sports new hair style . . . Randy anle makes up his mind - . - loslyn Fischer doesn't know TOW to say "yes"' . . . Alan eauchamp appoints a new committee-member" . . . Robrt Kubica gives handy tips . . . Jary Konecny has trouble seeing without his glasses . . . Becky Burns has troubles . . . Ginger Reiter gets a phone call . . .' Robin Luckins is relieved . . . Bernard Svrcek gives up . . . Mike Stec leads his help. Sophomores on tbe All A honor roll ware Susan Fikes. C a t h j Cotton and Donald Kennedy. Students with at 'least 3 A' and no grade lower that a B were: Seniors: David Griffith, Ben Ferriil. CaroJyn Lowery, anc Kenny Cotton. The juniors whi made it were Susan Abbe, Jean ette Rhodes. Debbie McKay. Bar bara Jackson, Karen Gilbert and Glenda Butler. Mark Blythe Linda Camp, Belinda Green Debbie Kemp, Julie Walker. Linda Stevens, Gary Wade Cotton and Terry Grimes were sophomores on the honor roll. Freshmen having at least 3 A's were Pan Hudec, Connie Scaggs, Tommy Clark. D o a g Alorris, James Clark and Rosemary Hatfield. Ali DISTRICT Billy Bums and Joe Kilgore were selected to be on the 1965 all district basketball team. Linda Sue Brazzil was chosen en as an all district forward, and Virginia Henry was chosen as an all district g u a r d on the 1965 all district girls basketball team. AULSTATE Joe Kilgore. son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie KUgore, was chosen to be on the all state A basketball team for 1965. EAGLE CHATTER Randy Shepard found he had left something after he got to McCoUum Park to take pictures - - . It was the film . . . Since Christmas all of these girls have the same thing in common, Barbara Jackson. Karen Gilbert, Debbie McKay. Christie Nealy, Connie Blythe, Penny Orms, Evonne Nealy, Brenda Knox, Dana Porter, Martha Lemley, Barbara McQueen, Cindv Orms, Liz dark and Pam Hudec. It is said their ears might hurt, Debbie Quick discovers mercury is not good for gold rings . Mike Jones develops a sudden interest for Dallas - . - Brenda Thomas" new name is "Chip" . . . Billy Burns gets locked out of his motel room at the state tournament in Austin. Barbara Jackson has been liking to hide for the last few days ... Liz Clark and Karen Gilbert decorate the English HI class with Easter decorations. . . Vickie Bonner, Shelia Williams and Donna Montgomery blew bubbles on the way back from Beaumont. , Grand Prix Festival Set March 26 By HEYWARD Carver Reporter Debaters are busily briefing cases and renovating files in preparation for the Grand Prix Festival to be held at Jack Yates High School on Saturday March 26. CHOIR DAY Carver's choir joined the ranks of Texas choirs receiving .n "excellent" in performance at the ISth annual choir da> activities held at Texas Southern University. The two selections posted for performance by director Mattie>el Dunkee were 'Let All Nations and 'Great God A'Mighty." Based on excellence of per- brmance, the choir was one of hree groups asked to sing at the Houston Variety Club where rince Philip was being honored jy the city of Houston. STUDENT BODY Mrs. Verne! Lillie, head of Vheatley High School's speech iepartment, w-ill address the Carver student body in a program sponsored by the Carver- ettes and Cavaliers. 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