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THE BAVTOWN SUN Media celebration Horace Mann holds honor society vote By SCOTT HIEBKRT HORACE MANN JUNIORSCHOOL Horace Mann National Junior Honor Society held elections for officers on April 15. Elected officers were Amy Wikert, president; Stephanie Martir, vice president; and Dan Listiak, secretary. Committees were organized to develop a school project and select and end-of-the-year movie. Meetings are scheduled for next week. Committee members are all officers, Jennie Kadjar, Silvia Garcia, Terri Thomas, Caprica Turnbull, Nyree Doucette and Scott Hiebert. "! SESQUICENTENNIAL 't- CELEBRATION Horace Mann held a Sesquicentennial Celebration on April 17. Four patios at the school were set up to look like a different period in Texas history. Each patio had displays and also students who were dressed as different characters in history. In patio one were Ben Flavian, Kyle Mitchell, Ron Burns and Ken Horton. These students portrayed a person in this patio. Speaking in patio two were Corey Johnson, Dennis Caraway, Roland Valdez, Stephanie Martir and Tina Courville. In patio three playing the role of a person were Chris Crow, Mike James, Cheryl Willhoite, Naomi Cuevas and Sean Figaro. The students speaking in patio four were Eli Flores, Kristi Suggs, Dan Listiak, Elizabeth Morgan, Laci Williams, Tom Fortney and Vcronique Connor. Also each patio had a specific guide to take classes to a particular patio. Guides were Mark Delgado, Brittany Russo, Jenny Jackson, Deborah Harrelson, Kari Johnson, Lewanda Gilbert, Jesse Contreras, Kelly Sudberry, Lupe Castillo, Tasha Smith, Amy Wikert, Becky Curtis, Cindi Powers, Kathy Horton and Jennie Kadjar. For each different period of time the homemaking students prepared a type of food from that time. Students helping in homemaking were Sharanda Brown, Connie Coyle, Dionicio DeLePaz, Pearl DeLos Reyes, Glenda George, Manuel Gonzales, Inga Green, Regina Haffert, Christy Holcomb, Jason Hutchins, Curtis Louis, Carlos Mendoza, Eugene Perkins, Irene Rocha, Ruby Saenz, Kathryn Samples, Renee Bates, Susan Carouthers, Angela DeLong, Dana Hildreth, Natalia Johnson, Marcus Monroe, Mistee Nicholson, Stephanie Pitrucha, Jason Price, Sonny Ruz and Erin Sample. Also, Shelah Selman, Mark Sierra, Wade Washington, Donna Wyse, Spring Bailey. Angela Blackstoch, Lori Brown, Johnnie Crawford, Maria Fuentes, Mary Flores, Connie Glover, Anfgelica Gomez, Maria Mendoza, Claudia Mendoza, Amanda Moore, Jose Navar, Laura Oliver, Connie Reyes, Ramon Ruiz, Amy Turman, Becky Warren, Benita Watson, Bobby Williams and Angela Woods. The choir also participated in this display. They sang songs that pertained to Texas. CBJS pupils in vocal contest By TARA EDWARDS CEDAR BAYOU JUNIOFIHIGH On April 12, Cedar Bayou students participated in solo and ensemble contests. Cedar Bayou had some of the highest ratings of any school, bringing home 10 medals for superior performance. Students receiving a superior rating in ensemble include Brand Greenhan, Missy Hebert, Nina Von Harpe and Connie Buchanon. Students receiving a superior rating in solo are Nina Von Harpe, Matt Henderson, Rachel Knutson, Jay Wolf, Chris Smith and Jon Rogers. Excellent solo ratings were awarded to Line Thomas, Steven Lisbony and Adrienne Hammitt. Excellent ensemble ratings' were earned by Line Thomas, Amy Etheridge, Lisha Guilliams, Amy Harbour, Rachel Knutson, Lorenda Minton, Jon Rogers, Michelle Vitullo and Jay Wolf. Lowest Sale Prices Ever! 40% OFF EYEGLASSES Limited time only, order a complete pair of prescription glasses and take 40% off the regular price. 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Books withdrawn from the library collection were offered to the students for ten cents or a quarter. Buck Young visited the journalism and creative writing classes. Mr. Young is a former Lee graduate and has had articles published in the East Texas Historical Journal. On April 10, Buenger Dickson, one of Lee's history teachers, sang folksongs during the lunch hour. Al Kaeppel, a Houston artist, came April 17 and talked to several art classes about his career, his works and his techniques. Four Lee students, "Cookie" Flores, Jonathan Parish, Renee Venegas and Ron Simon, played and sang country western music during the lunch hour on April 24. Gloria Murdock played her banjo during the lunch hour on April 25, Sesquicentennial Day at Lee. A style show was put on by Foley's and students in Grace Edward's homemaking class and students in Beverly Alton's home and family class in the library the last week of April. Michelle Barber, president of the Student Council presented the school with an official Sesquicentennial poster done by Gary Havard. The poster was purchased and framed with money collected for overdue fines. LEE BRIGADIERS Robert E. Lee Brigadiers participated and placed first in the Drum and Bugle Corp division of the Alamo Tournament of Bands in San Antonio on April 18. On April 19, using the newly elected 198(3-87 field officers, the Brigadiers received the outstanding marching unit trophy in the Paseo DelRey Feo Parade. SESQUICENTEWVIAL PROJECT BAVTOWN JUNIOR School's eighth-grade home making class members, from left, Larisa Brown, Patricia Garza and Angela Chaf- fln display the quilt and corn husk doll they made in celebration of Texas' Sesqulcentennial. (Sun staff photo by Carrie Pryor) WOULDN'T IT BE NICE TO HAVE A JUDGE FROM EAST HARRIS COUNTY? ROY D. MEASE JUDGE COUNTY CIVIL COURT "2 ttoi for by So* M«o>«, , T»u. 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