The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 30, 1987 · Page 7
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August 30, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

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THE BAYTOWN SUN Sunday, August 30, 1987 7-A RSS BOOSTERS COOKING UP a fundraiser — a Sept. 4 spaghetti nipper — are Ross S Sterling High School Booster Club members from left, Michael Plato, ••upper chairman; Jamie Faulk, food chairman; Millie Smith and Sandra Jones, dub secretary. Serving times for the supper will be 5 to 6:30 p.m at Gentry Junior School and take-outs will be available. Tickets are S3.50 and may be purchased from booster club members, football players, at the Sept. 1 Pigskin Preview or at the door. Proceeds will be used for all RSS sports and activities. For more information call 4223604 or 424-1338. (Sun staff photo by Carrie Pryor) Glass blower's art alive in shop CORVDON. Ind. <,APi - Gene and Jenny Love had been in Salem on business and were about to return home to Indianapolis. Spurred more by curiosity than homesickness, they headed south instead, to the small but nationally known factory and shop in Corydon where they'd bought about 30 prized pieces of handmade glassware over the years. They wondered if the place was still standing, still open, still unique and still fascinating. "We wondered," Gene Love said, "if the boys had kept it going." They found the doors open, the old 1,800-degree gas furnace roaring and the constantly running kiln churning glass mixture They found a glass basket to buy and a set of goblets to order and yet another tour group oohtn^ and aahing over the meticulous process being demonstrated. ;They found "the boys" — Bart and Kerry Zimmerman -holding firm to the craftsman- snfp and legacy they'd inherited. .They found what they thought might have been lost when, a year ago, 63-year-old Joe Zimmerman was shot and killed in the factory by a former partner who then killed himself. "Once you lose something like this." Gene Love said of the shop, "it's just lost." The Loves and the many other devotees of Zimmerman Art Glass Co. had nothing to fear, Kern- and Bart Zimmerman said. "I feel lucky to be able to come in and do it," said Bart. 28. "Even if 1 didn't enjoy this — and 1 do love it — it was im- portant for me to come in and try it out of respect." Kerry, 26, said as he rounded and molded a piece of hot orange glass. "Respect for my grandfather and father." Actually. Kerry's great- grandfather made glass too. though it was his grandfather, Victor Zimmerman, who established the custom glassware fac- torv in Corvdon. New class offered at LC Lee College offers a special course this fall on how to start a new business. "Managing a New Enterprise," taught by LC instructor Bryan Morgan, helps students go from A to Z in planning the operations of a new business. Held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:50 to 8:05 p.m., the class will not only help the students with setting up their own, real-life businesses, but students may also earn three hours of college credit while taking the class. According to Morgan, the class is a great opportunity for those who hope to someday open their own business. Topics such as income statements, inventory, merchandise displays and small business planning are covered. In fact, Morgan said. some students have finished the course and then walked to the bank with their plans in hand to begin procedures for purchasing a business of their own. Because many business owners are using computers as a vital component in the day-today routine of their operations, Morgan helps students to understand how microcomputers can help them to become successful. Students can still take advantage of late registration. Open late registration will be Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Late registration by approval only will continue Sept. 2 through 16. with registration hours 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays. On Saturday, Sept. 5, late registration will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information on "Managing a New Enterprise." call Morgan at 425-6420 or the LC Counseling Center at 425-6384. TUTORIAL PROGRAM iponsorMl by Top Urffei of Dirtiflctifffi, Inc.- layttim OMptar J.O. WALKER COMMUNITY CENTER, McNAIR CUMICULUM: 9lfc Grrit tixH Uvt< Objwtim •Twtfcyi: MATHEMATICS * WtdMrityi: ENGLISH LANCVAGE AITS, IEAMNG i-fept. 2 A 3 • d«*tl tofin-Stpt. I For nwre infomwtton c«N 424> 1902 Shape up, slim down. BE A HEALTHIER, HAPPIER YOU! lost wiifDt sHily t efftctinl). Co»ts*liii£ and nuintewnce program proviM. timstt stiff. Hunters if Amria* liriitric Society. F0« tftcmi iKdicitiws. 3 Location!: NEDfRUND HOUSTON WINNIE Call between 8-5 WEIGHT CONTROL CLINIC 1 West Loop Sooth, Swte 701, Houston 623-8824 IS YOUR SLAB CRACKED? Have You Noticed: Broken Bricks Crocked Sheetrock Doors Not Fining Cracks in Slab If so call: NATIONAL FOUNDATION RIPAIR CO. For A mil, No OMigatiwi iMfMftiwi 713-863-0830 20 % off Fantastic new Wilton products Fantastic new Wilton products ready for baking and decorating. Save 20°/o on great new cake, pans ready for fun baking and decorating. Perfect for all occasions- birthdays, holidays, special events and much more. Sale prices elective through Saturday, September 12. 1987. 20% off Our all new 1988 Wilton Yearbook. Cake Decorating Sign up )o,* the new Wilton' Cake Decorating classes. Ask in our Housewares Department for details. XPenney Pamela Lucas new teacher on staff atRobertE. Lee Pamela Joyce Lucas will join thci staff of Robert E. Lee High School this year. She graduated cum laude from the : University of Houston with a bachelor of science degree in business education. She also earned a certification in business composite. ID college, she was named to the Dean's List and was a member of the Golden Key National Honor Society and an officer in Pi Omega Pi Sorority. She is a member of the Texas Business Education Association and the National Business Education Association. She and her husband. Archie K. Lucas Jr., have two children. Her hobbies include reading, sports activities, extra cur- rtciilar activities of children and helping with both school and ctHJrch sponsored youth activities CLEAN SWEEP SALE When you take an additional 50% off the redlined price of already marked down SPRING & SUMMER merchandise! This sale good Sunday ft Monday, August 30th ft 31 ft ONLY. 9M^VJ w«wW^^ » U fwPWJH* OIHT alls M-S I0anrv9pm Sunday 12 pm-5 pen

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