The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 23, 1986 · Page 12
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 12

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, April 23, 1986
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4-B THE BAYTOWN SUN Wednesday, April 2.1, 19* GO TEXAN WEEK HISTOR Y REVISITED THOMAS FORTNEY, an eighth-grader at Horace Mann Junior School, entertains his fellow students with his portrayal of Ross S. Sterling, first governor of Texas and co-founder of Humble Oil and Refining Co. Thomas did his imitation of Sterling during the Horace Mann Sesquicentennial Festival, part of the school's celebration of the state's 150th birthday. (Sun staff photo by Angie Bracey) THE FIFTH-GRADE class at Barbers Hill Intermediate School celebrated Go Texan week in honor of the Sesquicentennial. Students helping with the celebration are, from left, Chad Ratcliff, Melanie Morris, on. Kelley Bollich and Jennifer Dix- (Sun staff photo by Carrie Pryor) , 750 collected Results of CF bike-a-thon given CELEBRA TING TEXAS HORACE MANN Junior School students conjure up images of Texas' past durfng the school's Sesquicentennial Festival. Gathered in front of the "Alamo" are Texas patriot David G. Burnet, played by Dan Listiafc, and to Burnet's left, Margaret Jones, the widow of Anson Jones, Texas' second president. She is played by Laci Williams. Seated before them is Margaret Houston, the widow of Texas' first president, Gen. Sam Houston. Mrs. Houston is played by Kristi Suggs. (Sun staff photo by Angie Bracey) Marketing ideas in development The 1986 Baytown Bike-a-thon for Cystic Fibrosis raised a total of $2.750, surpassing last year's total of $2,400. Laurie Cooper, chairman said. Ten out oi 20 riders collected more than $100 each, Mrs. Cooper said. Jayson King, whose younger sister has CF. rode 73 miles to raise a total of $343. He was awarded a new bicycle donated by Sears. Brodic Cooper, whose sister is also a CF patient, rode 20 miles and collected $484. Because lie won the bicycle last year, he chose to receive a $25 gift certificate to Bicycle Plus. Kent Cole rode his wheelchair for 19 miles and earned donations ol'-S339.50. He was awarded a travel-sport bag from Mr. Sport and an AM-FM radio from Wal-Mart. Kerri Hoffman and Susan Hoffman each rode 21 miles for $240.25 and $225.40. respectively. Each was awarded Cabbage Patch twins from Mervyn's. Other winners include Kendra Horsak. 28 miles. S1CO..TO. $25 gift certificate from Bicycle Plus; Mandy Horsak. 29 miles. $134.05. haircut from Visible Changes; Amy Merrill. 2(1 miles. $119. haircut from Command Performance; Jacob McCullough. 35 miles. SI03.35. JijiZj) gift certificate from Higgles Sporting Goods; Steven Davis. 25 miles, $100. haircut from Command Performance: Kristina Turner. 15 miles. $98. haircut from Hair Tailors: Roy Layne, 40 miles. $7(3. a bike racing plate from Delgado's Bicycle Service; Holly Wallers. 45 miles. $49.75. $5 book certificates fro m McDonald's Restaurant; Stacv McMorrow, 45 miles, $42.75, a $5 gift certificate from Yesterday's Game Room: Grady Layne, 44 miles, $3B, bike racing plale, Delgado's Bicycle Service; and April Griffis, *12 miles. $33, $5 book certificates from McDonald's. Grady, Roy, Stacy, Holly, Jayson and Clay Jones each received a free pizza from Dominoes Pizza for pedaling more than 40 miles each. All riders collecting $30 or more received an "I did it for CF T-shirt." Those collecting $75 or more also received a CF sports bag. All participants received free certificates for free ice cream cones at Baskin-Robbins or Bresslers, for a free game of bowling at Hurricane Lanes and a free pass for roller skating at The Skate Machine. Refreshments at the event were donated by Snowflake Bakery, Mr. Donut and the Great American Chocolate Chip Cookie Factory and Chevron Inc.. Cedar Bayou Plant. Bicycle repair was on hand by Delgado's Bicycle Service and Medic 1 Ambulance Service was on hand for first-aid. Mrs. Cooper said there are six CF patients in Baytown, Persons wanting more information about CF or wishing to donate to the organization can contact Mrs. Cooper at 421-2459. LC student £nJ' to appear on TV show Lee College student Ferenc Dreff wilt appear as a model on the April 23 segment of "Good Morning Houston." Dreff, a general studies major from Clear Lake, and three female models will be shown modeling from a yacht in Galveslon. According to Elaine McCain, LC fashion merchandising instructor, Dreff's potential talent for modeling was discovered when she and a student saw him sitting in Moler Hall at the college. The student approached Dreff about modeling in an upcoming Lee College student fashion show, and he consented. On April 3, Neal Hamil from the Neal Hamil Agency in Houston, presented a "Careers in Modeling" seminar at the college, and those who were interested in such a career were given interviews with the agency staff members following the seminar. Ms. McCain and her students encouraged Dreff to attend, and through the agency, he was selected to appear on the KTRK- TV weekday morning television talk show. "We're just really excited that things like this can happen," said Ms. McCain. BAYTOWN AREA WOMEN'S CENTER Crisis: 422-2292 Office: 427-242} SPRING BAZAAR Sponsored by St. Joseph's Catholic Church Sunday, April 27, 1986 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Knights of Columbus Grounds 2600 W. Main BBQ DINNER Adult Plate S 5.00 Under 12 S 3.00 $ / Auction-Starting at 2 p.m. The public is invited Graduation Time Is Forever Capture That Feeling of Pride & Accomplishment June 1st NK\V YORK i APi - Can you imagine wearing a tiny electronic device under your skin so that market researchers could monitor your innermost reactions id u television commercial'.' Or how about dealing with a supermarket that keeps a computerized history of what you buy. and compiles suggested shopping lists for you every week complete with discount coupon offers'.' Sound farfetched'.' Lawrence N. Gold, vice president for marketing at A.C. Nielsen Co.'a KR1M Information Services, said implanted sensors and computer-generated shopping lists could each be accepted marketing tools within a decade. Jane Doe Robert E. Lee High School 19B6 Marching Band Congratulations Your Family 1x3 - *21.78 WARREN PETROLEUM COMPANY, a division of Chevron U.S.A. Inc., proposes to construct a gas turbine cogeneration facility, permit application no. C-16968 and no. PSD-TX-696, at their Mont Belvieu Gas Fractionation Plant in Chambers County, Texas. Additional information is contained in the notice published pursuant to 116.10 (a)(3) in the public notice section of this newspaper. Congratulations John Doe Ross S. Sterling High School 1986 "We Ar<: Proud of You' Your Grandparents Submit Your Congratulations By Mail or In Person Jane Doe Barbers Hill High School Class of 1986 Congratulations Your Family 1x2 - M4.52 1x1 - *7.26 In the June 1st issue of The Baytown Sun a page will he dedicated to the graduates of the Class of 1986. Parents, Grandparents, Aunts, Vncles and Friends can purchase a space on this page congratulating their special graduate. D7.26(Mpfetur«) Nome Address CHy Phone D14.52(n«pictvr*) D21.7«(pktMroofKlo«o<l) ft Wit, May 2Wi K MM. Pktwrs my to tkM * aftw tat 1st. Zip HM »21.71} te: Tho kytewn Sw, f .0. 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