The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on December 1, 1982 · Page 20
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 20

Baytown, Texas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, December 1, 1982
Page 20
Start Free Trial

THE BAYTOWN SUN Wednesday, December 1, 1982 ^^^^^ — —'»• m^-i.ii u«_.i, weun«MJNy, uecemoer i, zyvz REL Student Named Nurse Aide Of Month 3-C Bobbie Tyler RobertE.Lee Nurse aide of the month is now •being selected at Baytown Medical Center. For the month of November, Sandia Bent, a senior at Robert E. Lee, was selected by the nurses on the surgical floor during the 3-11 shift for her outstanding work as a nurse aide. Sandra is a second-year. Health Occupation student and has been working at Baytown Medical Center for two years. Her teacher is Janice Roberts. BASKETBALL Basketball season is now under way. The REL varsity basketball team played their first games last week in the Lee College Basketball Tournament. Under the coaching of Jim Ledbetter, the retuning lettermen are Charlie Brown, Harold Williams, Steve Armer, Steve Williams, Wes Bailee, Mike Wilson and Tony Crichlow. New recruits are Michael Williams, Brad Ingram, Mike Welch, Don Watkins and Romero Simpson. Trainer for the team is Greg Crow; the manager is Willie Coy, and the statistician is Mike Downs. FHA "Chocolate Ganders" were Thanksgiving treats for the faculty at Lee. The FHA, under the direction of Linsae Snider and .Grace Edwards, stayed after AJJH Stu den ts Named To Band school two different days to prepare, the "treats" for the teachers. The candy was given to the faculty to show appreciation for the hard work and concern the teachers have for the students at Lee. Prior to the chocolate goodies, the FHA met at the Candy PSace, where Jean and Sherry Phillips gave a demonstration on creative candy designing. This gave the . club the idea for the candy. HOSA Winter is here! It's time for REL sweaters, and there are still CHANNELVIEW (Sp) — Eleven students at Alice Johnson Junior High have been named to the all-district band for the 1982-83 school year. Four of the eleven also ranked high enough in the competition to advance to the regional tryouts to be held Dec. 11. Approximately 600 students from 15 junior high schools participated in the district auditions held in Deer Park Nov. 20. All-district band members include Brenda Panell, flute; Shelley Carruth, clarinet; Rita Suarez, alto sax; Patrick Barren, tenor saxophone; Maria Garza, tenor saxophone; Angie Carter, baritone; Sharla Tanner, percussion; Terri Jackson, clarinet; Arnel Celestino, alto clarinet; John Boyd, alto saxophone; and James LaCaze, baritone saxophone. Students who will participate in the all- region auditions are Terri Jackson, Arnel Celestino, John Boyd and James LaCaze. Marc Shellum and Bob Wylie are the band directors at the school. some larges sizes available. The sweaters were sold earlier this month by the Health Occupations for Students of America (HOSA), and when they came in, there was an excess amount of size large. If you missed your chance earlier, they are being sold by Janice Robertsin, Room 218 for $12. HOSA sold sweaters as a fundraiser this year. The club includes of students from both Lee and Sterling. Officers in the club from Lee are Karen Erwin, secretary; Sandy Simpson, treasurer; Martha Lopez, reporter; Jesse Morton, historian; and Kelli 'Queen, parliamentarian. Lee's members are Lisa Holloway, Connie Aldricji, Darla Burns, Sandra^Bent, Hilda Sanchez, Pam Santana, Tina Land, Jonette Morton and Mia Ford, seniors; and juniors Jay Garrett and Angela Griffin. GANDER QUACKS What does Leasa Renteria's goal in life have to do with actor Richard Gere? . . . Amy Bonem kisses her calculator to recharge it ... George Ford is no help at all. Who's Who Students Announced At GJS Debbie Robertson Gentry Junior ALL DISTRICT band members at Alice Johnson Junior High School in Channelview include, from left, front row, Arnel Celestino, Sharla Tanner, Brenda Parnell and Shelley Carruth. On the back row, same order, are Angie Carter, Patrick Barron, John Boyd, Maria Garza, Rita Suarez and James LaCaze. LP's Robinson Returns From Boxing Matches Dana Stotts La Porte High Reggie Robinson, a student at La Porte High School, recently returned from several international boxing matches. Robinson is a 119-pound bantam weight who plans to begin com- peting in the 125-pound division. In Denmark, he lost against Eyup Can by a 3-0 decision, but won his match against Harold Torganson, also by a 3-0 decision. Said Robinson of the match in Denmark, L 'It was a close fight, I had to lose eight pounds and was weak." Robinson also won in Sweden against Andres Anderson with a decision of 2-1. According to Robinson, it was the toughest match of the three because the contender was a 132-pound lightweight. "He came right out and jumped me. I had to rally up and get points." Robinson will participate in a competition in Venezuela in March. It is being held to determine who will represent the United States in the Pan American games. FFA The Future Farmers of America Leadership Contest was held at Baytown's Lee College Nov. 22. La Porte High School's FFA chapter participated. The team, consisting of Stacy Brent, Dennis Lee, Mike Rambeau and Brenda Shelnutt, won sixth place out of 23. Brenda Shelnutt was also individually awarded ninth place out of 92 who participated. SPECIAL EDUCATION Students in the LPHS special education program bowled in the Special Olympics Bowling Tournament Nov. 20. John Brekke, Wendy Johnson and Ann Jones won first place, with Kathy Kukendall and Gary Owens taking second. Vannessa Garner and Angela Sahr also participated. Gentry Junior School students have been elected for the Who's Who section of the yearbook. Best Personality winners were Christy Ary and Eric Rasmussen; Most Likely To Succeed - Debbie Robertson and MarkSappington; Most Scholarly - Deena Brodsgaard and Greg Jacobs; Most Athletic - Delilah Guidry and Chris Woolsey; Most Talented - Tonya Sims and Brad Garner; Most Outgoing - Timberly Lewis and Junior Malco. Class favorites are Kimbie Owen and Tony Arial, sixth grade; Becky Barrios and Dean Hanks, seventh grade; and Dana Barrett and Tony DeRamus, eighth grade. MATH Gentry Junior students will be participating in a national contest known as the Continental Math League. Students involved in the contest took the first of five tests Nov. 18. Several students had perfect scores of six. The test includes six questions that must be completed within a 20-minute time limit. One point is awarded for each correctly answered question. School winners as well as national awards a re given. Students with perfect scores were Becky Wallace, Julie Martinez, Jamye Timmons, Royce Moyers, Krispen Gates, Dee Dee Shivers, Monica Perez, Tommy Jennische, Dina Kay Robinson, Kim Ruffin, Angela Tanguay, Rodney Rios, Kennetta Pipes, Rhonda Findly, Trevor Smith and Adam Crick. ENRICHED CLASSES The seventh and eighth grade enriched reading classes are working with the CBS Television Reading Programs presentation of "The Blue and the Gray." Activities include reading a TV script of the movie by Bruce Catton. Also, students will be doing library research and activities dealing with vocabulary characterization. Other activities include studying plot analysis, theme and viewing the television version of the novel. Still pending is the possibility of a field trip to review a cemetary containing the tombstones of several Civil War veterans. The enriched reading teachers are Kathy Brown and Geana Pfeiffer. BAND NEWS Eight of the Gentry band members played at the district try-outs and were selected for the district band. They are Katie HulJ.'Jan Harris, David Hill, Ken Merril, David Burt, Ernie Corder, Ed Chase and Eric Garza. Six students were selected to go to regionals. They are Katie HulJ, Jan Harris, David Hill, David Burt, Ernie Corder and Eric Gar- STOREWIDE SUPER SALE All Items Subject To Prior Sale Choice Corner What Not or Straight Wall Etagere 6 Piece Living Room Suite Solid 2x6 Pine Frame Antron Nylon Cushions includes Couch Chair, Rocker, Ottoman, 2 End Tables. 34 95 i Mattress Sale Reg. Size 5 yr Warranty OQ99 OT eo. Piece In Sets Only Reproduction Oak Ice Box QQOO Reg. $159 TT Oak Pie Safe 22900 Herculon Sleeper Sofa 189" 5 Drawer Chest dO 50 1 Only ** T Variety of Rockers 69°° Solid Brass Bed 34900 Lion Head Claw Foot Oak Curio 199°° American Oak Reproduction Hall Seat 199 oo Round 48" Solid Oak Table Claw Feet 10" Leaf ( 00 c T re 49900 299' 00 Everyone's Favorite Bowl & Pitcher Stand 39 95 Stand Only Selection Of Bedroom Suits Recliner 88 Dinette Set 5 PC. 88 End Tables Tables Pinky £ Blue Boy Wall Plaques 25 00 set Quilted Bed Spreads 1095 Ree. Size I L Jinny Lind Baby Bed gg Assortment of Duck Decoys 4 Piece Set Dresser/ Mirror Chest H.6. 199 95 Solid Oak 4 PC. Suite No Press Board Compare GQQ95 al 1299.00 d 03 Shadow Box Apple or Pear Shape 4 99 4 PC. Decorative Set Mm jggoo 4 PC. Sugar Grove QQQ35 Beg. 599.00 03*1 Super Quality Solid Pine Const. No Press Bun! 4 PC. Sel OO Piano Stool 59 95 Early American 1-750 Cradle 57 ; Antique Reproduction Marble Top Tables 95 Display Vitrine Glass Showcase 49 95 3 Piece Living Room Suite 188 OG 2x6 Pine Construction Bedding Included ASSEMBLY REQUIRED Town & Country Sales 1902 N. PRUETT & ACROSS THE STRUT 422-8101 ' FROM K MART "THE SMALL STORE WITH THE BIG VALUES" VISIT OUR AUCTION EVERY SAT 7^0 pm EVERY ONE INVITED EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY Local Delivery Available

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free