The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 30, 1987 · Page 10
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 10

Baytown, Texas
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Sunday, August 30, 1987
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10-A THE BAYTOWN SUN Sunday, August 30. 1«H7 fMENSION Two teachers have lot in common By MISSY JOHNSTON For Edna Hindman of Baytown and Luanne Martin of Old River, graduating from Lamar University in Beaumont this summer was a great achievement. Both received degrees in education and have accepted teaching positions at Liberty School District for the 1987-88 school year. Mrs. Hindman will join the staff of Liberty Junior School as a volleyball and track coach and will work in the Liberty Elementary School as a special education teacher. Mrs Martin will work with emotionally disturbed children in the elementary school as a special education teacher. Although Mrs. Hindman and Mrs. Martin have a lot in common, their struggles for diplomas are unique. Mrs. Hindman began college 20 years ago at Tennessee Wesleyan College in Athens, Tenn. But her studies were interrupted by marriage, work and traveling with her family. Before moving to Baytown in 1985, she lived overseas for ten years in Saudia Arabia, Aruba and Libya. Her decision to go back to college was easy. "1 always wanted to teach all my life, and it was the right time for me to return to school economically," she said. To obtain her degree at Lamar, Mrs. Hindman commuted to. Beaumont (about 130-mile drive round trip) (or 20 months. During that time, the family built a new home and hosted a foreign exchange student from Norway. "The hardest thing was getting up at 5 a.m. to be at 7 a.m. classes during the summer," she said. "And I'm not a morning person." She said the most rewarding experience has been the EDNA HINDMAN LUANNE MARTIN rapport and support from fellow students, faculty and staff at Lamar. Mrs. Martin started working on her degree in 1983 at New Mexico Junior Community College, a 90-mile drive one-way from her previous home. In 1985, while carrying a full course load of 15 hours, Mrs. Martin took off from school for one week to have her youngest of four children. She transfered to Lamar University in 1986 and commuted for a year from Old River, about 60 miles away. The most trying thing for Mrs. Martin was finding time to study. "I would either have to study late at night when the children were asleep or set the alarm for 3 a.m. to study before classes," she said. Taking the graduation walk across the stage last Saturday wasn't just any ordinary event for Mrs. Hindman and Mrs. Martin. It was a step toward into the future, one that had been earned with patience, hard work and determination. SALE 1 EFFECTIVE' AUG. SO* TH1U .SEPT. lltfa LABOR DAY FABRIC SALE YOUR ONE STOP FABRIC SHOP is NOW RESTOCKED WITH MILLIONS OF YARDS OF NEW AND EXCITING FABRICS IN OVER 700 STORES NATIONWIDE. 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STACY LYNN Sides' engagement to Charie* WatWns Strickland is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Sides of Baytown. Strickland is the son of Mrs. Charles W. Strickland of Arkadelphia, Ark., and the late Charles Strickland. A Sept. 5 wed-. ding is planned in Anchorage, Alaska. Grandparents of the bride- elect are Virginia Law of Coleman, William F. Sides of Fort Worth and the late A.L. Jett and Gertrude S. Jett. Grandparents of the prospective groom are the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl Russell and the late Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Strickland. The bride-elect is a graduate of Texas A&M University and is employed as a facility engineer with ARCO Alaska Inc., in Anchorage, Alaska. Strickland is a graduate of Ouachita Baptist University and Texas A&M University. He is a reservoir engineer with ARCO Alaska, Inc., in Anchorage, Alaska. Crosby Branch Library presents reading certificates The Crosby Branch Library presented reading certificates to several children who participated in the summer reading program. Students reading ten books received certificates, Younger children received read- to-mc certificates for listening to ten books. Certificates were awarded to the following: Read-To-MeClub Matthew Alexander. Kyle Barron. Marsha Bowden. Kendra Bonnet!. Amber Howling. Robyn Bueltel. Amanda Casey. Joseph Chave/. Ashley Cormier and Ben Cormier. Also. Kebecca Davenport, Andrea Denney, Heather Deen. Zachary Duda, Brad Dusek. Hlake Knax. Heather Gaylc, Denise Gilbert. Joshua (iilliam and Shawn Hanvy Also.i'atncia Hanvy. Brad Horswell. Mandy Houston. Sarah liowell. Patrick Jett. Tara Kmu-s. Brandon Laver. Heather l.emmon. Rachel l.evitan and Jonathan McClain Also. Trey Manguni. Mea^ian Mendo/.a. Brianne Morns. Janet .Morris. K.C Morgan, Kmily Nelson. 1' a u la N e I s o n . Chi'KStopher Ka^an. Leah Reynolds and Handle Kessler A 1 s o B e n H o b e r t .s o n . Christopher Hoeder. Sarah Stewart, Shaun Sulluan, Blake 'Theis.>. Claudia Vollmer and Amy Whitener. Reading Club Jennifer Abrego. Krisli Adams. Aaron Alexander. Chris Alley. Ralph Alley. Blake Anderson, Brian Anderson. Angle Arisman, Christie Arisman and Ariel Banks. Also. Jessica Banks. Brandt Barron, Seth Barren, Andrea Bowden. Amy Brashear. Betsy Brashear. Chris Brashear, Heather lireland, Diane Briggs and Lindsey Bueltel. Also. Danyel Bushnell. Jason Casey. Adrian ("have/.. Daniel Chave/. Ruben Chavez, Kimberly Clifton. Jonathan Cornner. Christina Contreras, Elizabeth Conlreras and Sara Courtney. Also. Sett! Courtney, Jerry Crawford, Isehvahn Curtis, Eric Dalton. Sarah Dalton. Erin Dance. Jennifer Davenport, Veronique David. Melissa Denney and Jason Deen, Also. Jason Duda, Lucas Duda. Nathan Duda, Ashley Dusek. Garret t Dusek. Sara Knax, Christy Ewing. Karri Fuller, Kathleen Galvan and Sara Gal van. Also. Amanda Gibbs. Dcanne Gilbert. Jennifer Gilbert. Miran- . da Gilbert. Julie Anne Gilliam, Paticia Goolsby, Jennifer Granier. John Granier and Kimberly Guillary. Also. Carleigb Hallum. Alexia ; Herren. Rhonda Hodges, Sarah , Hodge, Randy Holland. Tammie ', Holland, Jacob Hord and Katie Hord Also, Lindsay Landon. Brent Laver. Chris La/.nne. Lome La/.rine, Alicia Lee. Steven Lee. Theresa Lewis, Kent I.oftin. Leah Loftin and Jill Lorren Also. Dana McSx^am. Katie Maguire, Apryl Malveau/. Kesha Malveau.'. Jennifer Man gum. Cindy Mar tine/.. Felipe Martini?/. Maria Mendo/.a. Michele Mendo/.a and Monica Mendo/.a Also Brand i Mills. Gma Mdnleieone. Joey Monleleone. Tara Monteleone. Brian Moore, Linda Moore, Scott Morris. S li a n d r a M o r r i s , A I u- e Muckleroy and Megan. Mullms Also. Macken/ic Murphy. Jana Murray. Faith Narnsse. Cory Nelson. P.lochech. Autumn 1'Htman, Tenny Procell. Ruben Kamire/.. Jamie Reed and Hi chic Kessler. Also, Robbie Ressler. Arthur Robb. Edward Robb. Melissa Robb. Joshua Robertson, Amy Rucka. Reriae Rucka. Jamie SlH'rrod. Brand! Silvey and Laura Slovak Also, Jon Sonnier. Karen Soiv nier, Emily Stephens. Molly Stephens, Brandy Sullivan, Marley Theiss, Anja X'ollmer. Kristin Vollmenng and Melissa Vollmering. Also. Paul Weaver. Tami Weaver. Cara Whitener. Laura Whitener. Jaime Yates and Marcia Yingling. A LLENBROOK SELECTION ALLENBROOK III Civic Association h*i selected the home o( Shtrley Davenport, «H MeadowUrfc Lane, as the Augwt yard of the month. _ (Sun staR photo by Cam* Pryor)

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