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Vxgliram Sunday. March 20, 1966 Younger Viewpoint | QUESTION: Wiich high school do you plan to attend next year and what are your reasons? CLAUDIA BROWN, eighth grade daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown, 2(M Forrest: "I'm going: to attend RE1> next year because I like toe school spirit and the atmosphere that prevails there. I'm looking forward to joining In toe fun and the work that goes along with being a high school vtudent. BOBBY KEYSET, ninth grade son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kinsey, 805 Rosewood: "I'd like to b e a part of this great school, and share in the traditions that make Robert E. Lee students so proud. I also like the wide variety of activities offered at REL." BRUCE MABTIN, eighth grade aon of Mr. ud Mrs. F. E. Field, 313 Morrell: "I'm going to Sterling because we will be the first students to go to Sterling, and It will be oar Job to set traditions. This will be a. challenge, and I believe we can help in making U a really great school-" VICKI GLEJTPT, BbtOi grade daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Glenn, 713 Inwood: "I want to b e a working part of all the things that make a senior hi?h great- Scholastic clubs, girls' drill corps are things which build a good school spirit. The new building is beautiful, and lots of my friends will be there. These are my reasons for attending Sterling." April 21 Will Mark First Annual Play Day At LC Br CTNTHIA HOLJECEX L«e Collect. April 21 will be more than just another holiday to Lee College students. The date is the time selected for the first ao- nual play day at LC. The Student Council sponsored activity will feature inter-club competition starting at 9 a.m. Races, relays and other individual and team competition will be held. Clubs participating include Circle K, Circle K-ettes, Opti- ettes. Rodeo Club. Texas Stu- the largest number of points scoreding all of the competition. WESTERN WEEK the Rodeo Club, April 1&-22, will bring the cowboy look to the campus, of Lee College. Boys' will forego the collegiate look lor western wear and boots, while the girls don the bluejeans and cowboy shirts for the week. Tuesday April 19. a chili supper will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the safeterai. The ticket prices have not yet been determined, according to J. E. Bird, Western Week chairman. Wednesday, April 20, at basketball game between the Rodeo Club and Rho Epsilon Beta fraternity members will begin at 7 p.m. in the gymasium. Following the game, another basketball game will be held be- dent Education Association, Or- tween the Circle K-ettes and the ganization of Arab Students and Gamma Phi Kappa. Other interested clubs should contact Charlie Mickel, chairman of the activities. Trophies and ribbons will be awarded the wi nning individuals and clubs.The winning organ-!at Lee College. Opti-ettes. A short dance wiJl be held in the cafeteria immediately after the basketball games. Thursday. April 21, Rodeo Club members will be participating in the events of play day be held in the gymnasium from 8 p.m. to midnight. At the dance, the Western Week Queen will be named, the winners of the beard growing contest will be awarded prizes and the best will be named. The queen will reign at the dance and at the activities of next year's Western Week until another queen is crowned_ The winner will be judged on beauty, personality and appearance in western clothes. Some of the candidates are Meredith Curry, Circle K-ettes; Chris Milner. Opti-ettes; and Jennifer Jones, Rode Club. The winner will also receive several prizes. First place winner in the beard growing contest will receive a pair of boots. Best dressed cowboy and cowgirl will receive $15 cash awards from Co - Op. They will be judged according to outfits worn all week. Three Rodeo Club members. Rusty Walker. Jim McMasters and J. E. Bird, will be con- Rodeo March 31-April 2 in Uvalde. Rodeo Club members will also participate in coming rodeos at Sam Houston State. Texas A&I and Texas A&M Colleges. CONVENTIONS The weekend of March 31- April 2 will be the time of conventions for several Lee College organizations including the Student Council and the Circle K. Eleven council members are ization will be determined by Friday. April 22, a dance will testants in the 3rd annual South- Books, Magazines Sought For Viet Nam Collection By BECKY MOORE Cedar Bayou Junior High Reporter The eighth grade student council is beginning a drive for magazines and paperback books for our fighting men in Viet Nam. Contributions from the stu dents of any periodicals, also soap, are now being accepted. If you have anything to donate, please take it to any eighth grade student Council officer or TO MEXICO Denise Wier, vice president of CBJH Student Council and Ivy Turner, who served in the same capacity last semester, attended the Student Council Conference held in Monterrey, Mexico, recently. Also attending were Kent Liggett, Bill Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. George Perkins. Perkins is CBJH boys counselor. They traveled from Laredo to Monterrey by bus. Upon arrival there, they were taken on a tour of a steel mill. They attended a banquet at which the Mayor of Monterrey and the assistant Ambassador from United States were present. All of the representatives attended discussion groups. Among representative. Students leading!the topics discussed were how [we may better understand each other and the question of ex- the drive are Stevie Underwood, Debbie Boatright. Karen Scrivner, Keith Carr, Robert Bullard, Kandy Campbell and Joyce Haas. Bulletin Boards Enhance Lessons By 8TEFANNI SNEAD Horace Mann Junior IVgb. Reporter Bulletin boards are teaching aids, as well as decorations Teachers at Horace Mann use bulletin boards and change them frequently. Mrs. Suzi Powers has three bulletin boards in her room so NEW BOOKS ] New books are arriving daily! in the library. Some of the following will be processed and ready for the readers soon: "Merriment: A Treasury for Young House Readers," "The White and the Presidentcy," "The Boy Scout Encyclopedia," "How to Punt, Pass, and Kick," "Medal of Honor Heroes," "Doc j Dudley's Daughter," "Hand in Hand We'll Go," "Masquerade ^t the Sea House," "The Deadliest Weapon." "Courage Was the Rule," "Ski Patrol," 'Her- this presents a challenge tojliert Hoover." "Drumbeats in keep them in use. Recently \Viiliamsburg. The Galactic these students in Mrs. Powers' room have decorated the boards: Karris. Nancy Munden. The girls have Janie Head, Barbara Frances Smith, and St. Patrick's Day one board, March used the theme on kites on another, and some instructive material on "How the West Was Won" on the third board. SCHOOL WEEK Barry Nettles, principal, reported approximately 125 parents visited Horace Mann during parents were served coffee and girls of the student council, and then they visited in the classrooms they chose. No special programs were prepared, so the parents saw a room situation. normal class- Mr, and Mrs. Wade Glenn and Mrs. C. J. Bailey Jr. sent white mums that helped beautify the serving table fhe office. and thecounter in Troubadours." Also, "A Book of Love Poems," "Seven In Front," "Men of Valor: "The Story of World War H," "The Boy's Life "Danger is the Password," "Surprise, Surprise," "Mystery at Love's Creek," "A Bright Tomorrow," "The Mustangers," "The Dreyfuss Affair," "Quest Crosstime," "Shy Girl: the story of Eleanor Roosevelt." The Dabney Goodwin Chapter of United Daughters of Confederacy recently gave the library a copy of "Dick Dowling at Sabine Pass." Each year this organization presents a valuable book to the library. TENNIS Students at Horace Mann now practicing to become a part of the tennis team have been working toward this goal since March 1. These students are Frances Smith, Robbie Gordy. Cynthia Evans, Anita Holloman. Nancy Rowe. Deborah 31enn, Linda Painter, Ann Bulock, Ella Chase, Vicki McCallum, Vicki Pharr, Debbie Ma- jeors. Gary Kimmey, Bobby Kinsey, Buster Brown, Bobby Painter, Charles Vcgel, Ray McCune, Mary Lannou and others. Malcolm Henderson, Tennis coach, said there will be a practice game with Baytown Junior High this week. CONCERT BAND The Robert E. Lee Concert Band presented a program in assembly last Thursday and Friday. The numbers presented were: "Second Suite for Band," Future Homemakers To Attend Meeting By BARBARA JTAMES and CYNTHIA MALCHAR Crosby High School Members of the Crosby Future Homemakers of America will attend the Area IH FHA meeting Saturday at the University of Houston. They will travel by school bus to the university campus. At the meeting, new Area II officers will be elected and State Degree Candidates will be reorganized. This year's Crosby State Degree candidates are Shirley Tyler, Linda Franta and Cynthia Malchar. Three sophomore girls and a senior boy auditioned for the Salute to Youth Program. AUDITION Karen Henson, Nancy Clifton, and Mary Ransom sang as trio with the songs, "Chim-Chim Cheree" and "Love Makes the World Go Round." Johnny Clifton was interviewed with questions concerning his current school activities and future plans in college. SENIOR NIGHT Seniors of Crosby High School attended Senior Night at Robert E. Lee Junior College in Baytown. They enjoyed a program which consisted of campus talent and a scene from the one- act play. The seniors that went were Sandra Aidrich, Barbara James. Shirley Tyler, Cynthia Malchar, Linda Prescott, Charlotte Marek. Karen Kardoman, Cynthia Meigs, Cynthia Michalsky, Linda Franta, Bill Loftin, Dennis Lawless, Bobby Wood, Ronnie Hechler, Ronnie Falk, Darryl Henson, Robert Vyrol, Eugene Balinski, and Jerry Peters. REPORT CARDS The students received their report cards ending the fourth six weeks of school work. Now there are only two six weeks til! the end of the school year. BUFFALO BEAT Shirley Tyler has a dream . . Shirley Prochazka has a party ... Karen Hardamon's boyfriend gets a new car. BUI Loftin has a knot on his leg as a result of a little accident . . . Caroyn Allen is all excited. John Stone visits the school again . . . Mary Madison comes back to Crosby. Mike Tranthum runs in to a glass door . . . Carol Ecles wears a new dress to a party. change students. Their visit included many points of interest such as the Bishop's alace, and a tour of a glass factory where hand- drawn glass was manufactured. Cedar Bayou's representatives were fortunate in being able to stav in a private home in Mexico during their stay. A dinner dance was held on Fridav honoring the student representatives and new officers were elected at a general meeting the following day. TENNIS TEAM The CBJH tennis team has started practicing for the 1966 season. Members of the team are Beth Anderson, Jo Lynn Bankston. Sharon Adams, Becky Ewing, Kay Stanley, Claudia "Sherwood," "Fiddler on Roof," "Italian Festival" "Hi Uli, Hi Lo." the and Beth MAN MEDLEY Erwin red dress with lace wears a pretty Meet D.C. (And We Don't Mean Washington) Jimmy Lyons and Ricky Stubbs are seen at the local movie . . . Mike Duhon has "Ben Franklin" sunglasses . . . Connie Ragsdale is photogenic . . . Grady Huron runs errands . . . Becky Cummings wears a pretty pink shift . . . Cindy Couch is a lovely hostess . . . Loma Dickens makes a public speaking debut . . Steve Thorpe is a "fast man" in track. Martha Wilhite celebrates a birthday . . . George Armstrong "wheels and deals" . - . Pam Vaag stops for refreshment . . . Evonne Laughlin swings from the rafters in gym Jancy Stephenson worries about her baby pictures Ann Bullock is a cheerful sight . . Lee Armstrong carries an extra pair of Paul Smith doesn't scissors make fair trades Penny Stovall's big brown eyes grow larger as she tells an exciting story. Debbie Mickenheim serves coffee . . . Tim Dodson, Graham Bailey, and Wendall Lyons loaf around Frances; Smith laughs at an "emotional" movie patron . . . Larry Jones climbs trees . . Martha Stephenson wears bangs Angel Massingill wears a pretty checked dress. Gander Quacks Robbie Porter wonders about "Splendora" Loretta Porter doesn't want to wind watch ring , . Jerry Baker loses a . Linda Underwood has trouble dancing. Chris Ehlig reminds her car pool of a teacher . . - Harriet Sanders is anxious to get rid of certain pictures Carolyn Felknor acquires a back problem . . . Gordon Hoffpauir can not identify detectives very well I-arry Gautreaux cannot stand Austin's high altitude . . . Ronnie Shipman offers his shirt for a worthy cause . Linda Robinson wants to destroy a certain picture. Verna Winkelmann gets surprised by Estella Maxwell . . . Davis Taylor wants to enter a contest as "Occupational Goof- Off" . . . James Stasney is very quiet for some Tcason . By DENISE REINEKE Teen Book Reviewer Who'd ever heard of a 15- pound Siamese cat as being the chief lead for the FBI? Well, agent Zeke Kelso met informant X-14, Darn Cat Randall. Oh, don't worry, his name really IS Darn Cat. So begins the novel "That Darn Cat" which gave Walt Disney th e idea for n 's hilarious movie of the ame name. D.C. came home after a night prowl with a wrist watch r.round his neck. It turned out it wag the same one the bank teller, who was taken hostage during a robbery, owned. Parti Randall. D.C.'s mitress, called the FBI and agent Kelso came to investigate. Agent Kelso's immediate problem with this informant was how to fill cut the information card. Now who ever heard of a cat with a last name? But if he put just "cat" the Bureau would think him insane, or if he put "Darn Cat" . . . well it just wasn't allowed ! Kelso assembled headquarters ir: Patti's bedroom as it was D.C.'s "hangout." Next door, the neighborhood busybody just "happened" to hear the man in Patti's room, and a scandal erupted. The foiowing of D.C. thus began when everything was in order. It also began the wildest, most hectic night ever. It's a night you shouldn't miss as man tries to outwit his feline •friend. "That Darn Cat" is a rollicking novel, filled with laughter and fun from cover to cover. Read the book, see the movj e .nd leam how Darn Cat Randall p.ot his name! McClelland, Buddy Guidry. Mike Whitlock, Mike Miks, Mark Farley, James Leatherwood and David Pendleton. BAND CBJH Band recently attended contest at Aldine and won a total of 76 medals. Those winning four medals were Suzette Partin, Jan Howell, Kathy Battarbee and Terry Owens. Winning three medals were Kent Gandy, Nancy Hale, and Mary Beth Thompson. Among those winning two medals were Mike Stubbs, Wendy Felknor, Larry Lesterjette. Debra Kolb, Lynn Higman, Denise Treham, Gary Jones, Belinda Elmore. Claudia McClelland and Elaine Johnson. One medal winners were Glenna Smith, Johnny Dunham, Gerald Durst, Darlene Weaver, Gene Hause, Daina Darby, Dena Wieser. Pud Wheaton, Carol Snead, Lola Moore, Kim Hill, David Motley, Greg Sanders, Lynda Magee, Jo Lynne Williamson, Gary Cunningham, Greg Garrett, John Webber, Donna Jackson and Danny Rodgers. HOMEMAKING CLASS The ninth grade homemaking class recently finished their stuffed animal project. The stuffed animals are now on display in the library. The animals were made by Millie Considine, baby bear; Debbie Brown, elephant, Connie Campbell, VooDoo doll and dog; Patsy McGilveray, Betty Lintelman, mother goose; Cathy McIlwain, elephant and lion. Also, Gary McDowell, frog and horse; Diana Boney, duck and ducklings; Betty Moore, Gonk; Nancy Sanders, humpty dumpty; Joyce Waldrip, gonk; Gloria Smith, upsidedown gonk and Pin- nochio; Elna Ffrench, elephant; and Beverly Gutherie, Raggedy Ann. Jan Ftandolig, elephant and cat; Karen Forester, Raggedy Ann: Jenny Parker, giraffe, Raggedy Ann and Andy; Jill Littlefield, kitten and puppy; Lianne Foshee, Humpty Dumpty; Mary Gilbreath, lion and camel; Roberta Taylor, dog, elephant, and cat; Ann Parker, Mother Goose; Diana Jennings, gonk. Carol Schrader, gonk and ducklings; Kathy Kalisek, lion cub and bone; Willa Mae Laird, kangaroo and baby; Vicki Cook, hillbilly doll; Connie Beardon, dog, duck and penguin; Phyllis Ewell, cat and kittens, and Cheryl Smith, clowns. Mrs. Elizabeth Muennink is homemaking teacher. BEAR BUZZ Debbie Boatright likes her new contact lenses . - - Gary Whitman jumps a fence and leaves Mark Ocker behind . . Ronnie Miller studies hard. Who is Charlie Brown?. . Maudine Holbert is called Mitz Debbie Davison wants to start a new fad Patti Kunz and Mary Beth Thompson wash a car. Kay Stanley, Karen Scrivner, Debby Henderson, Pat McCune, Eddie Wilson and David Eckerman wave at cars . - .Donna French has an unpleasant Saturday morning Gayla Greer and Patti Beck play on surf boards. Mary Duvall wants to stay home on Thursday . . . Marianne Hazelwood sits on a motorbike. Danny Troxell sneaks . . Georganne Green tells about her adventures with frog legs • • Patsy McGilvray likes the top of rolls. Jackie Treybig. Barbara Harris and Elizabeth DuVault talk during homeoom Debbie Jenkins takes in homeless cats . . . Jay Treybig claims to be a good typist. Terry Burnett soaks her pierced ears in alcohol ...Sonny Rougeou is still using a notebook from seventh grade Jenny Whitley has a cute picture. Gary Jones makes faces at Beth Martin reads "Christmas people doing oral reports! Carol" Jan Frandolig and Danny Troxell stand by a car. Connie Jenkins wades through the water ... Jo Lynn Bankston plays tennis . . . Paula White and Randy Tadlock follow instructions . . . Lance Prater is in a good mood. planning to attend the state convention at Del Mar College i n Corpus Christi that weekend. Attending will be Charlie Mickel, Suzy Tyler, Mary Karen Lyons. Mary Riggs. Debbie Adams, Meredith Curry, Diana Vaughn. Bob Floyd. Carolyn Morris. John Tucker and Will Budd. Accompaning them will be sponsor, Alton Laird. Approximately 24 Lee College the district convention of Circle K International to be held in Oklahoma City, dubs from all over Texas and Oklahoma will be represented. REBEL KAMBLINS Suzy Tyler takes back her painting after space had been having a skunk for a friend? cleared by Miss Sue Jones in her office for the picture. Aren't you ashamed. Suzy. Cathy Conner is trying to Circle K members wiU attend (welch on a deal, but her friend will not let her ... Sjtyia Campos can't eat for laughing at a recent dinner. Mary Karen Lyon finds the story of Jess WOlard* the cat. pretty hard to believe. Alter all, Mary Karen, what's wrong with Ozzie Hart tells what he remembers about a recent week- end.but he still refuses to share with a friend . . . Walter Stricklin adds insult to injury. Scholarships Available To Seniors By Dona* Hoffpauir Robert E. Lee High School Scholarships are now being offered to all seniors who wish to apply. Applications may be pick ed up in the guidance office and requests for transcripts can be obtained from the registrar's office. Completed applications must be turned in to the guidance office by noon Thursday, April 14. Late applications may not be considered. Scholarship sponsors may wish ic interview applicants after studying the applications. All students with a scholatic average of B or better are urged to apply for the scholarships. There is a total of 23 Baytown scholarships being offered. Six scholarships to Lee College are being given ranging from 5100 to $500. The Baytown City Council of Parents and Teachers Memorial Scholarship in Memory of Nancy Neidigh is being offered to a girl or boy planning to enter the teaching profession. The Baytown Education Association is offering a $225 scholarship to a boy or girl planning to be a teacher. Girls planning to major in Hom e Economics in college are eligible for the Baytown Home Economics Association scholarship of $100. Baytown Humble Club is offering a $400 scholarship to the son or daughter of an Humble dub member to Lee College. Thee scholarship of S300 each to any college are offered by the Baytown Kiwanis Club. The Lions Club is extending to a girl and boy the opportunity of a $300 scholarship if the student has a grade average of SO or above. Music majors are eligible for the Baytown Music Study Club scholarship of $100. Baytown Police Association will present two scholarships of $500 to girls and boys entering Lee College for two years. James Bowie Parent Teacher Association will honor a deserving boy or girl who has attended the 4, 5 and 6 grade at James Bowie Elementary School with a. $150 scholarship. A $200 scholarship is ts be given to a senior who started and finished at DeZavala Elmentary by th e DeZavala Parents and Teachers Association. The Dr. George D. Bruce Memorial Scholarship if given by East Harris County Medical Assistants to a boy or girl planning to continue their education in the medical field after Lee College. A $150 scholarship is to be endowed to a girl who plans to enroll in a school of nursing by the East Harris County Registered and Professional Nurses Association. The Field - Franklin Scholar- hip of $200 given by Dr. F. H. Field and Dr. J. L. Franklin will be awarded a boy or girl planning to major in the field of science. Highlands Elementary Parents and Teachers Association is presenting a $150 scholarship to a girl or boy who has attended Highlands Elementary for a full year and is presently a resident of Highlands. The Jake Burkett Memorial of 5150 will go to a band student planning to continue in music. The Lulac Scholarship of $125 is for a Latin American student who has maintained a high scholastic record. Science Pupils To Enter Houston Regional Event By JEFFREY WEBBER Highlands Junior Hijh Reporter is an informer man makes a "goof" . . - Yak- a-tak is back . . . Beverly Burnside discovers that all greenhouses aren't green. Many students who scored high in the Baytown Science Fair will soon be traveling to Houston to compete in the Houston Science Fair April 1-3 at the Sam Houston Coliseum. The Houston Science Fair is regional and invitational. HJH students who will enter the fair are Pam May, Rheta Newman, Randy Rohr, Carol Lang, Hal Richards, Ted Richards, Beth Harrington, Jeff Webber, Shirlie Brough, Steve Ghant, Karen Knappick, Jill Shirey, Brenda Kelly and Clen- nig Nickerson. ASSEMBLY Bob Wood, a chalk artist and cartoonist, visited HJH recently to give a Southern School Assembly performance. Wood drew many pictures and caricatures, GLEN WALKER Glen Walker recently spoke to the HJH student body. Walker is a former Highlands Baptist pastor and is presently announcing at the KWBA radio station. STERLING Last week nine HJH students and four teachers toured the new Sterling High school building. Although the building is still unfinished, the visitors saw the greater part of it. Students who were chosen to go on this tour were Ted Richards, Patricia Sammons, Sharon Arsement, Jeff Webber, Dwayne Creel, Fred Bowen, Brad Sheffield. Beverly Bumsides and Roseanna Bickley. Teachers accompanying them were Mrs. Gayle Moak, Jimmy Goodson, Mrs. Marian McWhorter and Elois Bobbitt. BUNDS The classrooms with windows facing the north side have recently been equipped with Venetian blinds. These blinds are be-j ing used to cut down glare and to improve the effectiveness of visual aids. HIGHLIGHTS Mike Barrow clears his throot . . . Patrica Sammons finds Green wonders - . . "Bat" Dale visits HJH . . . Johnny Wotipka Cassie Har- A 5500 scholarship will be given to a girl panning to enroll in a school of nursing. She must have maintained a grade average of 80 or above. This scholarship is given by Auxiliary to Gulf Coast Hospital. The Mable Black scholarship of $100 is given by the REL Anchor dub to a girl entering any college of her choice. The Sociedad Mutalista Miguel Hidalgo scholarship of 5125 will be presented to a Latin American boy or girl to any college. The Susan Bryan Memorial of $300 will go to a girl or boy entering Lee College in the fall who has maintained a grade average of 85 or above. The Wooster Lions Club is offering a $200 scholarship to a girl or boy to any college. American Association of University Women is offering one $150 Ruth Bunting scholarship to a girl entering Lee College. Students may also apply for the scholarship of $150 given by the Social Order of the Beau- ceant - Baytown Assembly No. 153 to a girl entering Lee College. Students do not apply for these five other local scholar ships. They are $175 to highest ranking student entering Lee College by the Citizens National Bank; Hazel Echols Cup of $125 for two years at Lee to most representative student; Mae Jarrett Memorial Scholarship of $100; Charles E. Forque Scholarship to student in top quarter of class who plans to enter Sam Houston and major in music and the Estarl - Cedar Bayou Chapter No. 11, Order of the Eastern Star, $400 to a boy or girl entering some phase of religious education- Requests for transcripts must be turned in to the Registrar's Office not later than April 7 with a 10 cent charge for each transcript requested. A word picture must be presented with the application in order to aid the committee in evaluating, your application. Instructions for the word picture can be obtained with scholarship application information. LIONESSES Gold charm gifts were presented to Mary Jane LeBlanc, girl of the year, and Mrs. Hamner, Lioness sponsor, at the Liones Club Banquet recently at the Country Club. Chris Chandler was the guest speaker for the banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Huckabee and the president of the Lions Cub were guests for the banquet. Arrangements are being made for the purchasing of a clocfe by the Lionesses for the Student Commons, The club recently had annual pictures made and also participated in the GRA Volleyball Tournament. The Lionesses elected Virginia Manis as their teen of the week. KEYETTE Mrs. Scott Hoxheniz Mann was the speaker for the recent Key- ette Banquet. She and her husband showed slides of the Astrodome, which were also used by her father in promoting the Astrodome. Banquet decorations emphasizing the theme of "Carnival" included decorated carousels and ferris wheels as centerpieces with place marked by balloons. At the end of the banquet, new members were given their pins and next year's officers announced. They are Mary McClintock, president; Kay Beavers, vice president: Polly Whitman, secretary; Joanna Petrash, treasurer; Sharon Mitchell, parliamentarian and Margaret Lewis, historian. Suzi WUliams, social chairman and Margaret Lewis, program chairman helped make many of the arrangements for the bart- quet. The major project of Keyettes this year is buying a wheel chair for a young girl from the Cerebral Palsy Center. The club will work from 9 to 5 on April 16 at the Thrift Shop. Joanna Petrash, project chair man, announced that the club will make bibs, towels, washcloths, etc., for the Cerebral Palsy Center. The National Honor Society's Annual Banquet will be held at the Tower on March 26. Officers for 1966-57 will be announced arid a scholarship will be awarded to a member who best exhibited the qualities of leadership, scholarship, service and character which are ideals of the Society. Bill Broyles Jr., president of the Student Association of Rice University, will be the guest speaker. Teen Of The Week KAY STANLEY, eighth grade student at Cedar Bayou Junior High School was elected queen of the eighth grad e at the annual Valentine dance. She has served as preident of seventh grade, and student council representative this year. She is a member of the Concert Choir and the tennis team. She is treasurer of Cedar Bayou Rainbows. Kay attends St. Mark's Methodist Church where she is a member of choir and participates in Methodist Youth Fellowship. Her hobbies are swimming and dancing. Kay plans to attend University of Houston and become a child psychologist. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Stanley of 2000 Ivie Lee. some gum Shirlie Brough is getting her hair cut Sterling is "fabulous," "Beautiful," "big, big, big" . . . Nathan Young was on television! Youngster Collects Auto License Plates SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — Christine Reilly doesn't drive a car but she has 23 license plates. She even has one marked "governor." Christine, who is 10 years old, wrote to the governors of the 50 states about her hobby. Gov. Millard J. Tawes of Louis Tanner gets a phone call. Maryland sent her his car's of- Karen Wood goes to Mineral ficial plate from last year :r-,,- ^ --- , ~,,.-^ -_„ Wells Sheryl Gilbert and Anthony Munos get a coke with Mr. H. . . . The plaque is where it should be now. Joe Bob Williams is almost radioactive Burrill Holcomb pleads his case . . . James Cunningham is "bugged" . . . Someone is praised for a picture . . . Everyone in the boys' double quartet worries . . . Melvin as promised to do the same. Christine has also written President Johnson. "I know you are busy with the war," she sa«d. "but could you send me a license plate?" Brazil, which is larger than the continental United States, was discovered in 150ft MARY LEE Goudeau, a senior at Carver, is an active member in the various organizations. Sh e is president of the Girl Scouts, treasurer for the Carverlettes and Costume director of the Dramatics Club. Mary is a member of the St. Martin Catholic Church in Barrett Station. KATHY SANDERS, sweetheart of the Distributive Education Club, is employed part- time at Robson's Jeweler's as a DE student and in accelerated classes at REL. She is u former member of Uie student council, choir, Choralettes, Junior Classical League and Southern Belles. She attended the National Latin convention in nfinois. Active in the Anchor Club, she also belongs to the Catholic Youth Organization of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. NANCY HECHIJER, Crosby High School sophomore, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Heehler of Crosby. Nancy is a member of the annual staff, participates in the Buffalo Rand, is one of the Citizens of the Month, and is an honor student. TOMMY PULLEN i» president of th e honor society and also vice president of the senior class at REL. Outstanding also in church activities as wel] as school. Tommy is assistant teacher of a young people's class at Second Bapis! where he i s president of his Sunday School class. Tommy received th e Optimist Award for Most Repreenta- tlve Youth. Tommy looks to a college'' choice "of Baylor with a major in medicine. He enjoys sailing, golf and toot- ball.

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