The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 29, 1956 · Page 17
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 17

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 29, 1956
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Thursday, March 29, 195G lagtwnr 17 Time Out For Ginger' To Be Stage By MAKY IJARTMAN Robert E. Lee lli|th School Rehearsals arc underway for 1950 senior play directed by Bob Rigby. After try-outs the cast has been named. The play, "Time Out for Ginger," will be presented at Galveston, April G in district competition. Players are Virginia Hudgins, Suzi Fenley, Barbara Young, Steven Sanders, Sandra McNcill, Pauline Zatoppk, Claudctte Robin- eon, Charles Inge, Sonny Bcaty, Billy Bridges and John Carter. After school rehearsals are now being held. At the Galveston meet only the third act will be presented. The date for the showing in Baytown is April 14. DEBATERS 1'KEPARE April 7 four Robert E. Leo debate teams wi!! go to Frceport to participate in the district tourna- ment. The winners will represent this district in regional competition. . , : : Debaters representing Lee will be Suzi Fenley and Mary Hartman, Ann Parrish and Virginia Vcnablc, Steven Sanders and Joe Laughlin, and Millon Jordan and Robert Burroughs. Mrs. T. C. Farrar is in charge of the group. Entered in other speech activities are boys declamation, Tommy Wiley; girls declamation, Linda Patella; boys extemporaneous speaking, Clark Center; girls extemporaneous speaking, Carol Land; boys poetry, BJ11 Marshall; girls poetry, Barbara Jones. JCI, CONVENTION Members of the Junior Classical league will attend the state JCL convention on the Southern Methodist campus in Dallas April 6-8. Sherman Childres is. the sponsor o£ the Baytown group. DISTIUCT STUDENT COUNCIL Representatives from the R. E. Lee student council attended the spring district meeting of the Southeast Gulf Coast Association of student councils at Nederland. The group went by school bus and were accompanied by Mise Eula Potter, sponsor. Following a general assembly, representatives attended buzz sessions on student council problems led by various high schools in the district. , : • . Immediately after a lunch in .the school cafeteria, a general assembly was held to elect next year's officers. After a run-off Brazosport High school of Freeport was named president. The new vice president is Lamarquc and the secretary-treasurer, is Port Ncches. Groves Junior High is the parliamentarian. The spring meeting next year will be held in Port Nechc-3. IIJ[-Y PROGRAM Members of tfcc Hi-Y of Robert E. Lee are presenting a Womanless Wedding in the school auditorium: the night of April 20. Tickets are on sale for 50 cents each. President of the club is John Carter. Fred Davis, reporter, was elected second vice-president of the district at a. Pasadena. POSTURE WEEK Sophomore girls' gym classes are sponsoring. Posture Week again this week. This past week was the designated week. Each girl was re- Te en Times Plays Are Staged At BJH For Third, Eighth Period TEEN OF THE WEEK JA.IIES HAVARD — Attending: Sam Houston State college, James is a freshman scholar- i«hip student In agriculture. He made his mark iti agriculture in his hometown, Crosby, several year;- ago when lie first started wi tuning: blue ribbons in live stock ar.-j poultry entries. Now he has quite » collection of pi-tind prize trophies. Baseball is another interest, and this year he is playing on the B-strinjf at Sam Houston. .Mr. and Mrs. J. C-' Havartl of Crosby arc his parents. By SUZANNE LE BLANC Baytown Junior High Wednesday the BJH stage was set for two plays at third and eighth period. "Life is Like . That" was the title of the third period's play. In the cast were Anna Hurr, Sandra Stupnin, Tana Miller, Bobby Hunter, John Sweeney, Melvin Johnson and Timmy Hymcl. Stage committee was composed of Paige Stasney, Harry Sappington. and David Hutchinson. Appearing in the drama "The U.S. Revolt" was Jan Baethe, Adrien Drouilhet, Sue Ann Wilkic, Buddy Lopper, Jackie Taylor, Dorothy Traylor, Marlene Rushing, Paula Hodge. Annice Long", Fern Nichols, Janclle Smither- -fashion's final touch 3.98 little clutch bags . . . huge carryall totes . . . versatile straws . . . in natural, patents and colors . . . for smart convenient "toting' 1 all summer long. and up Easter Cotton of Drip'n Dry Lucina by A refreshingly simple cotton .. • especially attractive because of its trim, neat long torso lines . .. sleeveless for cool Summer comfort... fashioned of wonderful Drip 'n Dry Lucina fabric for easy care and freshness. A natural for Easter .. . and a jmart work-saving addition to your Spring and Summer wardrobe. Sizes 8 to 18 in Canary, Pinlc Tulip and Parisian Brown. YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME At The HOUSE OF 17.98 STORE HOURS 9:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. fl U. _.|einDgrq Complete Line of Easter Pe-iv;coats and Lingerie sponsible for a posture project. A posture contest highlighted the week.. A sophomore, junior and senior girr was-selected as Miss Posture from each gym class, A Posture "Week Queen will be selected in the near future. EASTER HOLIDAYS'' Everyone seemed ready for the day and a half holiday this week. With exams darkening the week this, was a .welcome blessing.. Export cards will be issued next Wednesday. Then there will be only nine more short weeks of school. GAZETTE ON SALE The "Gander Gazette"' was on sale Monday. The issue contained the latest school news as well as several features. The outstanding feature'of the paper was the Teen of the Week column. Featured in. this issue were John Baker, Sandy Tucker, Jane G'Sell and Larry Shanks. Staff officers for this semester 'are Margaret Young, editor-in- chief; assistant editor, Ramona PowelL Other members of the editorial staff are Diane Kretzschman, Lois Hopkins, Wanda Steere, Carol Flukinger, Judy Lively and Carl Cunningham. Barbara Sheffield is business manager and Ann Morris is her assistant. POOL OPEN Senior boys gym classes are the first to use the new swimming- pool. Wednesday of this week the boys began their swimming lessons. Next in line for the pool (vill be the senior girls. man, Jessie Higginbotham, Inez Contrearas, Virgil Ticmann. Darlene Jvippert, David Harrup, David Oehler, Burton Burrus. Irene Rodriquez, Carolyn Center, Robert Skeen, Carolyn Manuel and John Fanestiel. Announcer was Jane McMahon and Nancy Goolsby was prompter. Composing the, stage committee was Val Como, Burton Burrus, and Dorothy Traylor. These plays were presented for the eighth grade and the invited guests. PICTURES In the ninth grade art department a "Picture of the Week" has been selected continually every week. During this past month the pictures which took this honor were "Summer Shade' 1 by Virgil Em- finge'r, "Purple Mountains," by Merrick Saucier, "Sunset" by Bobby Nunn, "The Mallards" by Joe Bcene, "Night Hunt" by P^onnie Hivcly, "Pine Forest" by LcMoyne Whitesides, and "Old Plantations" by Bill Armstrong. BJH CARPENTERS Showing their skill and craftsmanship in good projects are some of the boys in the ninth grade. Joe Scene has mode a lamp, Larry Maher, water skies. Buddy Prince, Charlie Fulmcr, and Paul French, coffee tables, and Joe Ortega and Phil Perez are in the process of making tables. TEA The eighth grade homemaking class gave a tea Tuesday during the eighth period. Easter was their theme. 200 West Texas Avenue FAIRY MUCKLEROY Fairy Nell Is Popular REL Student By VIRGINIA VENABLE Teen Feature Reporter Being Sweetheart of the Robert E. Lee band is just, one of the many band offices of Fairy Nell Mucldcroy. Among other things, she's master sergeant of the band, and treasurer of the Band Officers club. Before she camo to REL, she was a twirler in the Cedar Bayou band. At the;it time she is playing first chair clarinet. Fairy Nell, 17, is a senior favorite. She is also a member of the National Honor Society. As to likes and dislikes—"I like seafood." she said. "I love seafood." "Anc? I like to swim. too. Only I can't swim very well—that's what kills me." She added that she liked all kinds of sports. And then the big: question. Where did the name Fairy Nell come from? "You'll, have to talk to my mother about that," Fairy Nell said, "but she doesn't know.' Everybody asks me, and I've never seen anybody else with that name. And n;y mother doesn't have the faintest idea where it came from. She just named' me that." Fairy Nell attends the Cedar Bayou First Baptist church. She Is an active member, and is a Group Leader in the Baptist Training Union. After high school, Fairy Nell plans to attend Lee college. She lives with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mucklerov at 721 Cedar Bayou road. Treai For Teens: Spooned Corn Be Corned Beef NEW YORK —UP— Planning one last summer fling for the tocMiusev.s? Serve them barbecued corned beef, cooked in a skillet on an outdor fire and spooned into hamburger buns. For (i servings, brown 1 small chopped onion in hot fat in the skillet. Chop the contents of a 12- ouncc can of corned beef and add to the onions, along with 1 cup of catsup. Cook the mixture slowly, stirring frequently, for about 30 minutes. Spoon on hamburger buns which have been split, heated and buttered. Serve with pickles nnd cole slaw. A goon accompaniment also arc frozen fried potatoes, wrapcd in aluminum foil and heated on n grill for 30 minutes. and then with the foil opened for another 15 minutes. Lamar-Aiamo Group Will Meet Monday Lamar-Alamo Girl Scout Neighborhood association will meet at 3:SO a.m. Monday in the Lamar school auditorium. Mothers interested in sending their daughters of Day Camp June 4-S are nsked to attend the meet- ins. Troop loaders. GS personnel and registered GS adults Also are Seniors Basking In Florida Sun By DARLENE KUNTZ •Crosby. .High- School Approximately 33 /seniors, and four sponsors left for Pensacola, F-la., Wednesday night. Sponsors for the trip are V. O. Briggs, Janice Tuomi, and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Ransom. Attending the annual affair are Clarence Adlong, Larry Anderson, Terry Anderson, Ophelia Aguero, Ronnie Bryant, Doreen Daniel, Charlean Drab, Clifton Dusek, Ray Eilers, Tonie Xovalcik, Betty Jean Krampota, Darlene Kuntz, Jon Leissner, Charles Mainor, Lowell Matheny,, Pat May, Clayton McDonald, Anthony Michalsky, Patty Moore, Melvin Peavy, John Ray Petrosky, Ellsworth Pira, .XJayle Ransom, Roger P^arnsey, Joe Ressler, Billy Ray Shimek, Sylvia Schmidl, Wil'ie Joe Sikora, Geraldine Staffa, and Fay Stuard. "You'll Die Laughing," senior class play, proved to be quite a success when the entire student body and faculty members did just that Monday morning. The play cast put on a matinee performance of the three-act farce Monday morning in the ausitorium. Candy, cold drinks, popcorn, and peanuts were sold in the hall by seniors. Tuesday, night, amid ghostly rattling chains, and spooky, crying portraits, the play was again presented for the general public. Appearing- in the mystery- comedy were Roger Ramsey, Gayle Ransom, Terr}' Anderson, Larry AncTerson, Jon Leissner, Clifton Dusek, Wynona Flournoy, Geraldine Staffa, Dolores Davenport, Linda Gray, Patty Moore, Emily Jo Miller, and Darlene Kuntz. CB Mademoiselle Club Plans Luncheon By DORIS LOWRY Cedar Bayou Junior High The girls of the Mademoiselle club of Cedar Bayou met in!the Cedar Bayou auditorium Tuesday to discuss their luncheon which they plan to have in the future. The girls have been trying: to raise money:for this luncheon and have been working hard. They have presented "a"Style,show, given a Twirp Dance, and each girl. is. to sell a cake. BASKETBALL LETTERMEN During assembly 'on Wednesday Coach J. C, Bellinger presented the basketball lettermen for the '55-'56 season with the letter that they had earned. . The lettermen are Johnny Bush, Bo Mangum, Darrell Ocker, David Cross, Sonny Garrett, Jim Starrett, Herbie Hanson,, Buzzy May, Bennv Herrington and Jasper Bittik. ; PARENTS' COUNCIL Monday night the Parents' Council of CBJH met in the CBJH auditorium. -. After the: meeting-, refreshments were served^ in the library by CBJH's Library club. Mrs. Martha Thompson, the. club sponsor, and six of the "club members were- on hand to serve the refreshments. .. The club members were Kay Jackson, . Vicki Darby.- Barbara Holcomh, Cfscjl Powell. Elving Ejlis, Joanne Hassell and Michael Case- ' , . ^ ' . BAND TRIP The CBJH band, attended a meet at Dayton on Saturday. The members left the school house at 7 p.m. in order to be in Dayton on time. TRACK Coach J. C. Bellinger, basketball coach at CBJH, reported that track started during the past week. The coach stated that there are 22 out for track. ASSEMBLY The Victoria Walker elementary school presented an assembly for the students of CBJH on Wednesday. , '. . These ninth grade students arid their parents or parent have bee_n busy figuring out their schedule for the coming year when they will be attending Robert E., Lee high school. REPORT CARDS There is just a touch of breathless excitment, and. also a bit of dread, in the air around CBJH. .Just think, almost a week until the students will receive, as it might be put, the "fruits of their labor." In plain English, report cards come out .on Wednesday at CBJH. WHAT HAPPENED? What happened to the bells at CBJH? Now, when it is time to change classes, there comes, instead of the loud buzz the students are so used to, the ring of an old- fashioned school bell. The big clock in the front office- that rings the bells, is being worked on. St'll, the new bell could never replace that melo old buzz. STCDEXT COUNCIL l ' The student council h*» vet*«! to havp a Student Code 'of 'Conduct. This code is to be student inspired and student written. Through this code, the council hopes . to promote .better, .citizenship on the part of the student A special period will be set aside for the students to discuss and suggest the rules to be-put in. this . form. Another suggestion brought out by the council would set aside f. student court. This court would be the place to settle the quarrels between the students. It would be made up entirely of 'students and no teacher would be present while the court decided on their verdict." VISIT LIBS ART On Tuesday the third grade of CBJH visited the library of CBJH. Thess students will be, in later years, able to use the services of the library. Talent, 'Wratten's Fudge 1 Star Again For Fourth Time At HM By DIANA DAVIS Horace Mann Junor Hieh Tuesday the fourth talent show was presented to the student body. It was during the two homeroom periods. Vic Wratten and Reagan. Sirmons were the two masters of ceremonies. The talent show again was sponsored by Wratten's fudge. The first place winners were Billy Ferguson, Harold Scarborough, and Gary Mills. The second place winner was 'Kenneth. Pounds, performing a pantomime of a girl and a boy getting ready for a o*ate. Barbara Voparil was the third. place winner playing . a song on her violin. : • A commercial was presented by Dolores Derryberry. Judy Bryant, Sue Goldfield and Diana Davis. ANNUAL BANQUET Saturday night the annual Athletic Banquet was in the Horace Mann cafeteria. 1 Each year the i highlight of the banquet is the announcing of tne nest year's football captains. This year thg captains were announced by James Kennedy and Bobby Fontenot, two of the captains of this year. The new captains announced were Bob Howell and Dan Herring. Tom Murray of The Baytowa Sun W83 .the master of ceremonies. Other speakers were Fred 'Hartman of The Baytown Sun, Don Treuhardt, Bill McDowell and Mrs, Rob MicMleton. 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