The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 24, 1986 · Page 17
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 17

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, April 24, 1986
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THE BAYTOWN SUN Thunday, April 24, 19t6 S-B EN TIMES pBHMS historians lattend convention £. By AMY DUNN »«J RACHEL BRIM J BARBERS HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL fe 2 Barbers Hill Middle School junior Historians attended state Convention in Austin on April 11 ;and 12. Sudents attending the •Convention were James Bagent, Andrea Dunlap, Amy Dunn, Ashley Finley, Chad Forbus, ;Kim McManus and Leonard .Wake. The students went to La ,-Grange and had a picnic at •Monument Hill where they also •took a tour of the Kreishcher $rewery which was in operation Sn the middle to late nineteenth fcentury. In Austin, the group went to a Texas Sesquicentennial folklife festival which was held in Waterloo Park in downtown Austin. After attending the folklife festival the club visited the state capitol. The next morning the group attended the convention. Following a lunch, chapter members attended the awards ceremony where they received first runner-up for best chapter in the state and an honorable mention for their adopt-a-building presentation. Sponsors on the trip were Lawtie Adams and Anne Daniels. HORTICULTURE CLASSES Seventh- and eighth-grade horticulture classes, instructed by Vicki Smith, have planted their spring garden. Students prepared the soil, chose the types of seeds to plant and then planted them. The garden has already sprouted and the harvest should be ready to pick by the end of the school vear. JlEL's Ann Sullivan r' «• |riamed teacher of year By BRENDA GRAN'DERSON HUBERTE LEE HIGH SCHOOL Anne Sullivan, creative Writing and French I teacher at Hobert E. Lee High School, was fleeted as Baytown Classroom Xeachers Association teacher of the year. TALENTSHOW 1 The annual Robert E. Lee lalent show will be held on May 1 end 2 in the school auditorium. The show is being sponsored by the Drama Booster Club. STUDENT COUNCIL • Self nominations for the elec- lion of the 1986-87 class officers iind representatives were held during the week of April 16-23. Elections were April 24. ' FUTURE FARMERS ; OF AMERICA » At the annual Bedias Creek Soil and Water Conservation District Contest held in Madison- S'ille on April 9. Robert E. Lee FFA members competed for awards. First high individual was Eric Pattridge and the winner of first place team consisted of John Wilson. Brian Estes and Eric Pattridge. On April 15 members of the Robert E. Lee FFA Chapter competed in Area III Agricultural Mechanics Contest hosted by Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos. Winners were sixth high individual. Larry Aldrich: third high individual, Eddie Vela; and first high individual. Jeff Newton. First place team members who qualified for state competition are Larry Aldrich, Eddie Vela and Jeff Newton, CHOIR REL Choir Department participated in Solo and Ensemble contest held at Sterling High School on April 12. In class two competition Lorraine McKinzie made a rating of excellent. In class one competition Paul Thomas, received a rating of excellent. Students in class three rated superior by judges were Lonna White. ~Mandi Hart. Tonya Scott, Diana Hernandez and Tina Simmons. In class two competition winners were Theresa Surles and Dee Dunford. James Stanford and Susan Butard were winners in class one. Gentry Junior students plan trip to historic location By HAL1 VMM El. GENTRY JL'NIOR SCHOOL ) Gentry Junior School students 'and faculty observed San Jacin- .to Day with a holiday April 21. TRIP A trip to Washington-on-the- tBrazos has been rescheduled •and Gentry Junior Historians [will be leaving for this trip on April 26. ORCHESTRA Gentry Orchestra member will participate in a UIL Contest at Baytown Junior School on April 26. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY National Junior Honor Society inducted new members at a recent ceremony. Chad Jennische won first place in the second level of competition in the Baytown Optimist Club Oratorical Contest. He will now advance to the third level of competition held in Bryan where he could win a $1,000 scholarship. CBJS orchestra in contest By TARA EDWARDS CEDAR BAYOU JUNIOR HIGH { Cedar Bayou Orchestra per- Iformed in a contest held at AstroWorld recently. They received a rating of good and- had a great time on the rides at AstroWorld. SCIENCE OLYMPIAD Cedar Bayou won 12 medals at • the Science Olympiad. Marc Pouche placed third in metric estimation; Harper Shelby and Wayne Skipper placed second in password; Harper Shelby, Wayne Skipper, Kate Hughes and Angie Jones placed first in science bowl; Mark Harlow and Tommy Ard placed first in fermi questions; Angie Jones and Chris Hosteller placed second in anatomy . and physiology; Robert Trahan placed first in topographical map reading, and Mark Harlow and Kristi Fullbright placed fourth in the egg drop. Optimism topic of speeches r Baytown Junior's Wristers winner By CELESTE LOPEZ BAYTOWN JUNIOR SCHOOL Kishna Wristers won second place in the Baytown Evening Optimist Contest held March 17. Donna Martin and Eric Barker also placed second in the contest held March 24. All of the students spoke on the 1986 topic "Optimism — A way of Life." WRITING WINNERS Donna Martin and Laurie Berniard placed first and second place respectively in the Delta Kappa Gamma Texas sesquicentennial historical fiction contest. They will be recognized April 19 in the Texas sesquicentennial celebration at Gentry Junior School. HOMEMAKING STUDENTS For the last month Baytown Junior homemaking students have been very active. They are making a nine-patch quilted wall hanging, chili, tortillias, corn husk dolls, reports and posters for the Texas Sesquicentennial celebration at Gentry Junior School. Jan Beaman from the Rocking Chair, a quilting store in Baytown. came and gave a demonstration for quilting to help students get started. Food classes are making chili to serve at the GCCISD Walk Though Texas History. They will also plan a demonstration of tortilla making and butter churning. Homemaking classes tanned a hide and wrote a report on clothing from skins. They also made a corn husk doll. SPEECH CLASSES To help celebrate Texas sesquicentennial, the seventh-grade speech class presented two Texas history skits "William Goyens: Texas Freedom Shaper" and "Erastus Smith: Texas Wonderful Mister E." Students visiting the Nacogdoches shop of William Goyens played by Garland Rivon were Lissa Martinez, Yvonne Resales, Juan Rodriguez and Debbie Sauceda. Teacher is Connie Samuel, who helped Mrs. Goyens, Brandi Christie, explained William Goyen's contribution to Texas. Gloria Campos played Jake, a helper in the blacksmith shop. Portraying "Deaf" Smith was Larry McKinzie with Tiffany Tipton as Lupe. They were honored by Sam Houston acted by Greg Sherman; Captain Karnes, played by Tommy Mix; and Santa Anna, Donna Martin and Robert Haggarty co-hosted the interviews with "Deaf." Eighth-grade speech students presented a comedy "Teens. Tramps and Terrors," on April 23. , .... ••..,•• The Van Hefner family played by Melvina LeBlue, Mitzi Murray, Keith Bruns and Robert Estrada have just returned from ; Africa with a gorilla for the zoo. The Gorilla broke loose, chased by the Van Hefners, the neighbor Jackie Haas, the boyfriends Bob Salter ahd Mark Cadona, some bums, Britt Hurst, .Michael .Gibbons, and Alfonzo Mendoza, and a near-sighted butterfly collector, Humberto Moreno. Finally subderred with a hypodermic needle filled with a powerful tranquilizer, the gorilla played by Brent Bowen, fell asleep to end the play. Horace Mann reading class completes group projects By SCOTT HIEBERT HORACE MANN JUNIOR SCHOOL Horace Mann Junior School's reading classes read the novel, "The Cat Ate My Gym Suit." Students then did group projects demonstrating some part of the book. Excellent projects were done bv Shane Anderson, Mistee Nicholson, Miguel Mosqueda and Pene Geiger; Dax Slaughter, Valerie Sandlin, Christee Armastrong and Bobby Williams; Mark Madison, Lori Commander and Elizabeth Morgan; Rhonda Turner, Roland Valdez, Inga Green and Michelle Brown; Natausha Mouton, Cheryl Gregory and Dora Garzoria. 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