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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 20

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Page 20 Eiir HJaijtunm Sim Student Council To Attend Spring District Meeting Jly MAUY HAtJXVAN Kobtirt E. IX'C Hijrh School Members of the student council will travt) to Nedc-rland Saturday U. attend the spring district council meeting 1 . Thrv wil! travel by school bus an<j k-avc the school at 6:-J5 a.m. Miss Eu'la Potter and Mrs. Louise Jones, sponsors of the council will n.;so attend. One of the main features of the rneetinf; will bo the election cf next year's officers. Robert E, Lee was president ''*> 1954-55 and is serving or. the Executive Cnnirr.st- toc this year. Thcrs will bo various .group discussions for council members which will bt> led by different sehoois. Lunch will be provided in the school cafeteria. This will bo tho last meeting where our present district will meet. >\ext year t-hc new district will begin work. The general session will be over at 2 p.m. and the group will start Ior home at that time. SPREN'G BALL The Alpha Beta Gamma club wiii sponsor a Spring Ball this Saturday in the Community house. Tickets are on sale and can be purchased in the cafeteria during any noon hour. They are on sale for S2.50 a couple. Tt n een imes 'Hanging Of Uncle Dilby 1 Speech Class Gives Play By SU2.OTXE JUBLANC Baytown .Junior High Mrs. Sylvia McKinney's speech class appears ag-ain! Thursday the second period nintli grade class presentee a play to the student body of BJH entitled "The Hanging of Uncle Dllby." Portraying the characters %vere Donald Red ell. Sue PJunimer, Pen-e Williamson, Gere Dean Hsic, Red Dworaeek, and John Robert Lovett C j- n t h i a Manning was the prompter. Student Director and stage committee chairman was Robbie Jo Reynolds. Composing the stage committee was Charies Pitts, Charles Salinas and Carl Lee P.uez, This play will also be presented to a second" assembly Friday. BJH BAXD The Baytown Junior High school band appeared at Highlands elementary school Monday night. On Saturday, they will attend the Dayton Band Festival. Three numbers to be played are "They Cai! It America,"'"Brighton Beach" and "Robin Hood Fentasie." Each band -will be allowed 30 Hjirrutes and our oa.nd is scheduled to play at 9 am They will leave lor Dayton about 7:SO a-ffi. QOXJt JbR-E^CJirS HECriC^ In order to help ninth grade students plan their high school schedules, plans have been made for the -parents to have a conference with the.counselors concerning their child's schedule. These conferences began Wednesday and will last until Thursday, April 5. The schedule is arranged alphabetically for the parents so they won't all turn up at the same time. CHOIR TRIPS On Wednesday the BJH choir appeared at Carver junior high and Friday, B a y t o w n elementary. March 23 they * V 'U present a program at Robert E. Lee. Wendell Griffin is the r.ew bass Li the boys' coubie quartet, replacing Charlie FutatrVao checked out of school. MUSICAL SHOW Monday Clari-: Beacbier ar.d Carniiie Monte will present a rr.usi- S/x-Wee/cs Honor Roll /s Listed By LV.VV URBAX Deer Park Kijrh School The following students made the honor roll for this six-weeks: Sophos-.oros - Ruth Cole, Joan Drc-her, Ella Henderson, Margaret Kamstra an.:. Paula Waggoner. Juniore, James i:ss<.-ry, Jo Ann Ott, Beverly Kormun. Donna Rue Miiicr. Kenneth Kamstar and Bud Hsliard. Seniors. V/inccll W;itk.:ns. Bc-tsy Ma-cGrc-gor, !/>•; A<ie:o Dorr;.;:, and DMieile Girard and Lynn Urban. SEMOR PLAY The Senior pl,-;y of !><:r Park v.-jll oe presented Apr:! Y.', Jr. t?-'.- high :-:choo; auditorium by the The p'lay is entitled ''The Littie Dor I/; •,;:•;••,<••.!." T. L -.(; pU'.y :s tasted as Sondra Grour.os. Ij'iurir; Lynn Urban, Marti:-;; Ways'.- TvnstalJ, Sia; 7y.<u A-Jc-> Uarroll, CUE: T'J^I Ifebock, Wai':;••: Wmdtli Wat'/, in.*, M;jrv.: M-iv-r/..'; Barely, Hor.'r.io Tho W..!m'i;-.: TinDuy Urban, L;:i:.< Boy; Joy".- Ann wiibrifnr;. Gr.v:- : VvV'is, Wfiioiii.; R'i K'.-lt.!, Caroline: S-,;e Hii'.ch, Amclii-.; .Tarv.ce 3-i^r- Vi-.-x, Mr. Ti.-d vVo'w: ;i:.d Inti'ioM Trainri. Jc-:ui. Th(- 7';:b;<e is :r.v:',..(; to atu:;.'j this p.:rforrr:ar;cf. Jc.nior H:ph v.-:- ;: :::>; ;>;;:. the (\i(-R t-onlr.-.i uv..h HL..''.: "Nine Giri'i." V;.-ki,/ S- ;-.z \vi\i srlort<.-''! It 1 .' 1 1.M.-1 ;-.1.1 n-.'•.: Urban and" Dv;.r,r ;i H:iit-!up jiplcctfd to t<' oj; rrv- A!: .Su*r r SAVE UP TO $600.00 OV A NEW 1956 PLYMOUTH ERNft DITTMAN 7*7 KA«*T tllXAX 1 cai Southern School Assembly entitled "Four Centuries of American Popular Songs." This program will begin at S:SO a.trL SPARKS "ITSITS Visiting BJH ninth graders at sixth period on Tuesday vras R. B. Sparks, principal, and Mrs. Winnie Brown of Robert E. Lee. Their visit concerned the schedules for the sophomore year and he answered questions concerning them. STJZY SCRIPTS Gosl-Inn will be held Friday night, Starr Ourtiss roust be in a good mood lately, for he has been seen skipping happily do-.vn the halls! The nature club, under the direction of Miss Oiga Miller, went on a field trip to red hill Wednesdaj-, at c'ub period. Mrs. W. H. Castleman would be glad to tell anyone the time with her new watch. Tr was given to her at a dinner and party honoring her 20th year at BJH which was he'd last Friday night A floor show will be provided and will highlight the evening. John Collcy is sponsor of this group. CHOIR TO CEDAR BAYOU Thursday morning the REL choir presented a concert to the student body of Cedar Bayou Junior High. Directed by T. F. Sesle, the choir sang a varied group of selections. May 10 has been set for the annual "choir sprinc; concert. It will be presented in the Lee College auditorium. BUGKAROO DAXCE Members of the History Club and their dates will attend a Buckaroo Dance and steak fry April 21 at the Diamond Alkali. This will be the first of its kind for the club. They will leave the school at 4:30 p.m. that day and travel to. the plant in hay filled trucks, After the steak fry which will be held in the plant's picnic grounds the club members will enjoy dancing 1 in the pavilion. The last weekend of April club members •will attend the Texas History Club convention in Austin. They will be accompanied by their sponsor. Mrs. M. A. Jordan. For the past 13 years the Baytown club has been among the top five clubs in. the state receiving recognition for outstanding work. dominations were taken for club officers for next year Tuesday during the weekly club meeting. The election will be held in the future and the newly elected will be announced before the close of the year. Officers this year include Bill Dixon, president; Lynn Sylvester, vice president; Yvonne Milner, recording secretary: Jan Stroud. corresponding secretary: Margot Dunkerlv, treasurer; Mary Hartman. At Henri's In Houston-Gammas To Have .Flops'/ Fling LYNDA JOYCE JONES SWEETHEART — Lynda Joyce Jones. 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Jones, is the sweetheart of the Winnie-Stowell Lions club. Lynda, All honor student. Is a junior In East Chambers Hijrh School. She will participate m the. Xattonal Federation festival, a piano music guild, which will be held at Ltunar College of Technolojry in Beaumont Fri- dar. Members of the National Honor Society and their dates will attend the sociefcv banquet April 7 at Kapan's Restaurant in Houston. This place was selected by club members. Committees are being set up in preparation for the event. J. D. Buckner is the sponsor of the group. Athletic Banquet To Be Big Deal Saturday Night By DIAXA DAVIS Horace Mann Junior High On Saturday night, the long awaited athletic banquet will be held in the Horace Mann cafeteria- This event has been looked forward, to by many students for several weeks. All boys who participated on the "A" string football, basketball, and tennis teams an-5 their dates wUl attend. Special guests will be invited. They are Dan StaJlworth, Bei-erly P-ockhold. Frank James and Tom Murray. Mr. Murray will be rnaster-of-'jeremonies. The banquet starts at T p.m. and wil! be over at approximately 9 p.m. After the banquet, the special guests and the four coaches of Horace Mann will give short speeches. Arrangements for the banquet were made by committees headed by James Kennedy, Bobby Wallace, R.ay Bradbury. Bobby Fontenot and Thomas Rushing. BAXQUET ISSUE The banquet issue of the Mann Mirror was published Thursday at noon. This issue contained many features and stories about the ban- c'jot. The students elected for Mr. and Mrs. Mann were Paul Kichols and Jane McPhai'.. The ninth grade Who's Who were Pat Kirkpatrick and Wilma mittee, Ellen Davis, Lea Moore and Ed Hurndon. The date of this dance has not yet been decided. BAXD PROGRAM At S a.m, Thursday and Friday the P.obert E. Lee band presents a program for the students of Horace Mann. The band will be conducted by J. C. Burkett .X HONORED Saturday night the ** of Horace Mann honored W. D. Hinson, principal, with a banquet at PvCbel Inn. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hinson's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Del Homme. DATA BY DIANA Spring fever Is really In the air these days . . . Whose jacket has Patsy Fairchilds been wearing lately? Could it be Ray Bradbury's?' . . . What happened Monday night, Johnny Davis? There seemed to be a lot of excitement going on' Sophomore Receives Top Science Award By CAROL.YX O\TiTE>'S La Porte High Sehool Joe York Thomas, a sophomore si La Porte high, was recently awarded the top honor in the field of biological sciences at the District Science.Fair in Galveston. Joe York had an eye-catching and interesting exhibit that consisted of cancer in parakeets. He had a drawing of a parakeet which showed a tumor in the abdomen and cancer of the wing- bone. The two live specimens in cages were specimens of cancer of the thyroid gland and car.eer of the pituitary gland. Aiso. as a part of his exhibit, he showed how tumors of the neck in a parakeet can be removed with a piece of nylon fishing line. Joe York, and his science teacher. Jack C. Pemberton each received an all expense paid trip to the Science Fair to be sometime in May in Oklahoma, At the St Patrick's dance this Saturday, the titles of Mr. and Miss St. Patrick were bestowed upon Charles Gunneiis and Sharon Springall. The dancs was given bv the FHA girls and their sponsors, Mrs. Betty Tompkins and Mrs. Orelle Hinton. Miss Carter Begins Practice Teaching Janelle Carter, who will receive her degree in home economics May 20 from Sam Houston State College in Htmteville, begins practice teaching in Livingston high school home economics department next week. She attenod Lamar College of Technology in Beaumont for two years and was a member of the Revellers. Recently she was elected president of the Pcnnybacker club, an organization for home economic students. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carter of Winnie and a 1953 graduate of East Chambers high .school. By JUDY' DAMS Lcc College High falootin' jt this weekend will be members of Gamma Phi Kappa sorority, social club for L«c College lassies. Accompanied by their sponsor. Miss Reba Neel, Gammas and their dates will caper to Henri's in Houston for a Saturday night of dining and" dancing. Dinner will be served at S p.m. with a menu choice of barbecue chicken, fried chicken or a fisherman's platter to be catered. Following the candlelit dinner, members and their dates wil! spend the evening dancing to music by a five-piece orchestra. The executive s:ate of this campus organization includes Judy Davis, president: Sylvia Patterson, vice president; Kay Henson, secretary; Dot Coynes, historian. Active membership totals, which includes Sue Simian. Terry Templeton, Patsy Matthews, Bennie Johnson, Norine Williams. Lynette Smith, Dorothy Harrison, Man- Kay King. Betty Vee Wilson. Dolores Burnett, Lillian McKary. Also, Marietta Taylor. Elizabeth Hurby, Julie Bonner. Joan Mc- Alvnny, Beverly Gibbs, Frances Oliver, Jeanne .Raney, Dolores P:ir- rish, Sara Sanders, and" Mary Lillian Born. Honorary members are Corrinc Cannon, Gloria Dell Fortinberry, and Mary Nan Carter, A regular meeting of the sorority was held Tuesday in the faculty room for the purpose of planning party details. May's warm weather promises a weekend outing to Galveston for Gammas when they will take nn annual jaunt to the island sands to spend a night and two days, climaxing the 1956 social season of the club. Jack Tar.motel is the prospective site for members' headquarters on the isle. ORDERS FOR RINGS Final orders for class rings for prospective spring and fa.!! graduates are being taken this week by Judy Davis, sophomore class secretary. Per»ons Interested in ordering class rings, pins, or drops are asked to contact Judy DavLs before week's close. Delivery of the class jewelry can be made within three to four weeks' time. Samples are on display in the office of tho main building upon request by any student THE ROUES Prospective spring gra<ruates were taped according: to height and size last week for robes to -be worn at Baccalaureate .services and commencement exercises May 27-and June 1. respectively. A deposit of $2.50 was-charged for ce.p and gown rental fees. Us" THE FUTURE The crystal ball sees two holidays for Lee collegians. An ivll- day recess will .be in effect Friday, March 30, acknowledging Easter. Then, in lieu of San Jacinto Day, Friday, April 20, will be a holiday. .FOOL FUX Lee Lantern staff and 1 its sponsor. Miss Elizabeth Meeks, announce that the annual April Fools issue of the college paper will be on the stands Friday, March 30. Satires, parodies and the such on college life are the ribs of much poking in this special edition of tho Lantern and distribution is always markedly increased with its annual debut. Curtain club members are making rapid progress with their .spring production, "Harvey," a Mary Chase credit. The three acts involve the fantastical story of a man whose best friend is an Imaginary, eight-foot rabbit, Hnrve-y. Leading role of EiwoocT P. Dowd will be enacted by Terry Invin. The cast as announced by Director Lynn O'Hagan, includes Cissy Chambera, Joan 'McAlvnny, Jeanne Anderson, Pete Kieth, Tommy Herring, Beverly Gibbs, Troy Grcsham, and Philip Mcllwain. MUSIC DEPARTMENT Music department of Lee College will present "L'Enfant Pro- diquc," "The Prodigal Son," April :i, 15 and 29 fit Grace Methodist, Wooster Baptist and St. Mark's Methodist churches, respectively. At the Sunday night presentations, Don Elms will sing the rote of Simeon, the father. Gloria Minter, Ga» Curtis, and Mary Hftrt- man will sing alternately in the role of L!a, the mother. George Lea and Allen Poo are cast «J Asael. the prodigal. Chorus will be the Lee college choir, with Miss Jeanne Jwmnine Hager, voi-ce instructor, directing. Jarvis, Chance, Baytown designer, will design costumes for the Claude Debussy work. TWIRP Activities In Store - O.K., Boys, You'll Have Your Day By DORIS LOWRY Cedar Bayou Junior High The big event the girls have been waiting for is Just around the corner. The Mademoiselle club of CBJH is sponsoring A Twirp Day and Twirp Dance Friday. On this d»y, if you are to visit CBJH, you should not be surprised when you see the girls carrying extra books, which, of course, will be the books of the boys whom they have invited to the dance, opening doors, letting the boys pass first, and carrying the boys' lunch trays. All these things the boys are supposed to do Ior girls during the year, the girls will be doing on that day. The girls arc even to buy the tickets for the dance! The boys really think they are having It easy. Of course, the girls are thinking it is leap year, so they are glad to have this chance to exercise their right as they should in this year. The dance is to be at 7 p.m. Friday. SCEEXCE TRIP For the first time, representatives of CBJH attended a state science meet. Nine students, with their sponsor, Z. T. Poston, represented CBJH at this *tatc meeting in. Galveston, March 16. Those students attending wcra Mollic Singleton. Ruth Rc*der, Collette Kllgore, Carolyn Dittmnn, Pat Proctor, Alfred Susie, Bobby Jordan, Jimmy Epperson, &nd Donald R.easoner. Competing against 33 counties, of which there were 145 exhibits, CBJH students won two place*. Alfred Susie placed second with his electric question and answer board. Ruth Reeder came in third with her. refining plant. After the meet was over, the students of CBJH visited tho Scaly Hospital in Galveston. Also, they went to Ball high school of Galveston. Poston states "It was a very profitable day. 1 ' SPRING IS HERE Everywhere you look, you sec signs of spring at CBJH. First, you notice the change because everyone is outside. In cold or rainy weather, tho students meet in the CBJH auditorium to wait for the beH before school and during the noon hour. Now it is different. In warm weather, the students congregate on the outside. Looking out toward the bascall diamond, one sees the boys, as it is fitting in the spring, practicing up on their baseball. Spring is most noticed, however, in the school rooms. The eighth grade Who's Who were Sharon Luker and Jack Mc- CarLr-.c-y. Harriet Keiiy and Tommy Harrison '.vert- the seventh grade Who's Who. Mrs. Or.a Leo Seamans was the ft-atued Know "four Teachers. The pap-:.- had a page of tho banquet c'atM tr.T a pictures cover. .. .. TWIKP DANCE Tht student council of Horace Mfcr/r. is going to sponsor £ ! "T',v:rp Dance." This was decided at the last nv't'.-tirjg of the student council. Tii'. 1 uommitti-'.-s trifii were ap- :i'.:-:iiir.".i were oat" seating com- ;.'.i;u-'-, Rriigar. Kirmons, Larry Kfiiy ar.ci £fe.nora Ferguson; dec';- ; ration corr.rr.itte'.-, Judy Bryant.. Doior'.-s Drir.-yberry, &"<i Bobby Oli;j/:int; refreshment committer, Kay ma Bird. J;im^s Kennedy and ',M:ckfV liv 'a.'.f, n.-tord ar;/j gamr. 1 r-omrr.illO'-, Surnn Ward. Carol Kr.;;I(:::ard;. and .Sue Goidfield: floor :-ho'v', - cOj^r.^Ut-'-c. Mriry jrir.fr E;:Ii. Pauj rC:choJs find Andy Ainsworth; pubikily arvi ticket com- Campfire Girls New Officers Are installed Officers for :..-.(• D-Ki-rr,in Camp- •firr f;iri« of Wini-.tc-Stowoli were rr-cr-n:.:y ;r.?.*.r,j]rd by outgoing offi- Ea sfer Treats to make you the Prettiest in the parade... Black Patent with Black Nylon Mesh :->:mr>::rscrj Afr.". Rupert Short. ji 1 - Ti 'i' T. \.-;vv «.'f;t:f rs are Linda Joy Frank; in, r/n^iufnt; Deborah .Short. vic'--prcK!.'icnt; Kath Mc- Erid.-\ ,s«.n'iary; Nancy Pledger. treasurer: KisiV Lee Padon, re- j.»ort'.-r. In observance of the National C-,-jmi)firo Motto, "Plant Sf:(ris And lloap Friendship," the kx:a! group ..s cfiUertirif; a box of vf-gotabio ;**:f-<is to he sent overseas. A report on thf- a(:i',\r>K cflrnpaign show/.-d th^ ?,',T':P. vvt--rf: making progress in ^.••euVir.g fiiftds to sttf-nd Camp Niwar.n. r.c-fir Woodviik 1 , this J . . <Jth«r Ot.mpfirf k-adV-r.s arf Mr*. T, F. Jrr.kir.s ftn.-l Mrs. L. W. • BtactCalf • Black Patent This "disease' 1 called spring fever seems to be taking hold on many of the students. More often, looking around the room, you will see more "wlndow- gazcrs." Students soon have to learn, spring or no spring, school work irtust go on. especially since nine-week exams are coming up soon. For the ninth graders, it is a very important and busy part of the year. More parties and activities are planned 'in the spring th&n other parts of the year. Yes, spring is indeed a busy but happy time of the year! YOUR TRADE-IN !S WORTH MORE At Thod Felton's Store Hours 9:30 to 6:00 aster MATCH-UPS U N I O R S Bright as a new spring, fresh as the first blade _ f of grass .. . gay cotton prints, eacK with iti j^ : own matching "tote" .., slim or bouffant, full of dash and color ... in tune for Easter and all summer. \ A. Slim iheath prirUed with an Oriental flair. Full length back zipper. Big roomy tote in matching -print with full leather lining, B. 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