The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on December 1, 1982 · Page 19
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 19

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, December 1, 1982
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2-C THE BAYTOWIN SUN Wednesday, December 1, 1982 TIMES Selections Completed Crosby High School 'Favorites' Picked 'Eaglet Echo' Is Printed at BHMS Cassaundra Marie . Valentine Crosby High Cindy Lane Barbers HillMiddle Seventh graders at Barbv rs Hill Middle School produced the first copy of the "Eaglet Echo." Reporters were Tommy Alexander, Hulen Bryant, Melody Fregia, Anita Harmon, Michelle Jackson, Sharon Mamich, Angela Mitchum, Karen Porter, Sharon Porter, Matt Stratmann, Lisa Sullivan, Edie Turner and Summer Russell. Also, Gabiel Collard, Buz Davis, Billy Horton, Jodi Beamon, Brian Boykin, Kathy CmecLLa, Doug Dugat, Crissa Follis, Kim Morris, Melissa Rider, Glen Santos, Rodney Speer and Lori Wooten. Sponsors are Mrs. Frances Hall and Mrs. Maggie Horn. MVP Every week, Miss De De Carrington will pick the most valuable player of that week. To receive this honor, a student must have a good attitude and work hard all week. At the end of the year, all players receiving this award will go out to eat. So far, Brandy Campbell and Angle Blackmon havebeen chosen. FLAG CEREMONY Nov. 22, the student council held an interesting contest. They picked teachers out of the crowd and had them to line up in front of the student body. They all had to Santa Claus To Appear In La Porte LA PORTE (Sp) — Santa Claus will make his annual appearance in La Porte at 6:30 p.m. Thursday to kick off the Christmas shopping season. Santa will arrive on, a La Porte fire truck in the parking lot of the La Porte High School gymnasium' and distribute candy to the children in attendance, said Stan Sherwood, director of parks and recreation. In order to keep Santa from being stampeded, the jolly old man will bring along his elves from the North Pole to help him distribute the candy. The La Porte Junior High School Choir will sing Christmas carols and La Porte Mayor Virginia Cline, along with school and chamber of commerce officials, will comment on the upcoming Christmas season, Sherwood said. Christmas Tradition Is Traced IKANSAS CITY, Mb. (AP) — Kansas Gitians don't settle for just a white Christmas. 'Theirs is a rainbow of; red, yellow, green and blue, thanks to the 152,000 colored lights that outline the Spanish-style buildings at the Country Club Plaza. : The plaza, a shopping center, claims to Have originated the ijfea of outlining Buildings with Christmas lights, a cUstom here since 1*25. remove their shoes so students could judge who the shortest and tallest teachers were. Shortest teacher contestants were Mrs. Lawtie Adams, Mrs. Mel Trevathan, Miss Julie Johnston, Mrs. Bonita Lorfing and Mrs. Anne Daniels. Mrs. Mel Trevathan won the title although it was later said Miss Julie Johnston stood on her toes. The tallest teacher was Tom Richert. His opponents were Mrs. Frances Hall, Mrs. Fran Mamich, Mrs. Jane Burroughs, Miss De De Carrington and Mr. Stewart. NEW FACULTY Mrs. Barbara Butler is a new aide this year. She graduated from Lamar University. She has three children, all of whom attend Barbers Hill. Mrs. Vickie Smith has also joined the BHMS staff. She is the wife of the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mont Belvieu. SNACKBAR The snack bar opened Nov. 29, offering French fries, corn chip pie with chili or cheese, nachos, boneless chicken pieces with gravy and assorted sauces. Sandwiches offered include ham and cheese, submarine, hamburgers, hot dogs, burritos, tacos, cheese-on-a-stick, boneless barbecue ! b sandwich, - pizza pockets, teda and large salads. Also, baked potatoes with toppings, homemade pies, assorted cakes, chips, tea, fruit punch and milk are offered. EAGLET PEEPS Shannon Brookshire plays army . . . Daniel Waldrip drops an ice cream . The 1982-83 school favorites at Crosby High School have been elected. Freshman favorites are Sonja Alexander and Leonard Nicholas; Fantastic Freshman is Sonja Alexander. Sophomore favorites are Tonya Curette and Joe Ramirez; Super Sophomore is Mark Rushing. Junior favorites are Lisa Sikora and Clint Ressler; Jubilant junior is Clint Ressler. Senior favorites are Robbie Sloan and Kenneth Holloway; Sophisticated Senior is Nedre Deajon. Most attractive were Cassaun- dra Valentine and Kenneth Holloway; Friendliest: Kim St. Julian, and Kevin Dalcour; Most Likely to succeed: Nedre Deajon and Robert Green; Best Dressed: Robbie Sloan and Kevin Dalcour; Biggest Flirt: Leah Stanley and John Barrett. Also, Laziest: Sherryl Hill and Keith Sweazie; Sweetest Girl: Shonna Roberson; Meanest Boy: Keith Sweazie; Most Scatterbrained: Rebecca Brack and Carl Potts; Unsung Heroes: Bobbi Yarbrough and Tim Morris; Most Talented: Kim St. Julian and Dale Carter; Most Athletic: Tammie Smith and Kenneth Holloway. CHRIST IN YOUTH Officers of the Christ in Youth for the 1982-83 school year are Brian Hooks, president; Randy Meador, vice president; Kary Kitchen, secretary; Jennifer Blankenship, treasurer. Christ in Youth meets at 8 a.m. every Wednesday in Room 101. There are Bible studies, which are led by different people each week. PFA Future Farmers of America have a total of 100 members Involved In the organization, the largest membership Crosby has ever had. .The annual Blue and Gold sausage sale was held along with a new sale, the Sunday House Smoked Turkey Sale. The eight- pound turkeys were $11.50 and the 10-pound turkeys were $13. The two-pound tube of sausage was $5.50, three-pound of link sausage $8, and three-pound box of patties $7.50. Delivery of these items was the week of Nov. 15. Rice judging contest was held in Beaumont Oct. 16. Members of the team were Missy Ayers, Sammy Riddle and Debbie Hawkins. Crosby placed fourth out of 20 teams. Nov. 22, the Chapter sent seven Greenhands and seven chapter Farmers to the parliamentary procedure contest at Lee College. The Greenhand contestants have yet to be finalized. The Chapter Farmer contestants are Missy Ayers, president; Ernest Graff, vice president; Joe Boucher, secretary; VinceEilers, treasurer; Roque Villereal, reporter; Richard McGriff, sen- tinal; Tommy Darnak, advisor. FCA The FCA has elected officers for the year. They are Chris Cobb, president; Jana Bass, vice president; Kathy Bass, secretary; Tanya Bushnell, treasurer; and Connie Chapmen, reporter. This year the FCA has also chosen huddle officers over each activity in the school. Each huddle officer leads in a few minutes of scripture and sharing and prayer before participating in any school function such as basketball, band, track and other activities. The FCA will be accepting new members throughout the year, and is open for everyone participating in choir, drill team, band or any sports. 19 Anahuac Band Students Win At District Angela Greer Anahuac High Several Anhuac High School band members traveled to Hardin-Jefferson Nov. 16 to participate in district band contests. Of the group, 19 won chairs at the try-outs. Those placing were Paula Daugherty, flute; Deewana Rodriguez, Cherrie Shaffer, Dawn Sherman and Becky McManus, clarinet; Lyndie Tucker, bass clarinet; Jade Borne, Gavin Cormier, Matt Tindol and Ollie Sandlin, cornets; and Shari Kruger, French horn. Also placing were Eddie Lotz, Victor deHoyas and Mark Licon trombone; John Artis, tuba; and percussionists Scot Clift, Kenny Humphrey, Michael George and Jimmy Beasley. These winners played at the Turkey Spared Due To Jogger Status DOUSMAN, Wis. (AP) — Although Wilbur the turkey weighs 25 pounds, with well-deveioped drumsticks to boot, his growing celebrity status as a jogger kept him off the Thanksgiving dinner table. "He keeps up right behind me," Bob Fecteau said of his pet turkey. "He even tries to pass sometimes, but 1 haven't allowed him to do that yet. It's really something to see. "Turkeys are flat- footed and they waddle from side to side," said Fecteau, 49. "When you're running with him, you hear a thump-thump- thump behind you." He said he ate ham Thursday. District Band concert in Winnie Nov. 22. WHITEHEAD HONORED Senior Tanya Whitehead was presented a plaque by the Optimist Club Nov. 16, as part of their Youth Appreciation Week. She was chosen for her outstanding academic achievements and for participating in many extracurricular activities. Tanya is a member of National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Student Council, Spanish Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Future Teachers of America. She also made the A Honor Roll, was selected for Junior Who's Who and is a National Merit Semifinalist. She was also a winner at State University Interscholastic League contests last year and is co-editor of the newspaper. FFA Future Farmers of America recently received turkeys and hams, sold by members, to distribute throughout the community. Members sold the meats at $16 for 8-10-pound turkeys and $29 for 8-10-pound hams. FFA members are also selling apples, oranges and grapefruit for the holidays. Prices are $7.50 for oranges, $10 for apples and $7.50 for grapefruit. A mixed case of all three fruit is $10. FFA sponsor is Frankie Sullivan FHA Future Homemakers of America members are sponsoring a candy sale to raise money to buy Christmas presents for residents at Lufkin State School. Bar candy is being sold for one dollar and will be sold until the first of December. FHA sponsor is Geraldine Brown. OPEN DAILY 9:00-4:30 On Sale Thru Sat. Our Reg. 197.88 - On Sale Thru Sat. Musical, Security P.A. Horn, Clock System Ultrasonic burglar alarm with wen me luaes P A system with speaker ana microphone digital Clock with alarm Plays 1OO tuTies even talks iike'Cagney and sounas 'ike ihe Oueei Your Net Cost Aller Factory Rebate K mart Sale P'ice less Factory Rebole Your Nel Cost Allei Factory 44 Rebale 11. 13.97 -2.00 4.97 fa Oi' Sealed-beam Halogen Headlamps Single round or rec Dual round or rec (angular sealed beam', (angular sealea oeam H4046 '' HtiO?A NeGtt? $<I Ea •M<OO1 H5OO6 Our Reg 7988 59.88 Kool Male'- 12-V Cooler/Warmer Developed hy NASA scientists inir. iignt weight uhil ref'ige..ates without ice A ISO keeps food warm Plugs into 1 801 N. 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