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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 21

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4-C THE BAYTOWN SUN Wednesday, Decipher 1, 19t2 Choir Opens Ceremony HMJS Student Council Is Installed New Orchestra Officers Chosen At Highlands Denise Penny Highlands Junior Highlands Junior School student orchestra officers have been elected. They are Jeanie Clement, presi- • dent; Jacintha Louis, vice- president; Shanna Lucas, secretary; Jennifer Atkinson, student conductor; Jeremy Pagel and Shelia Patrick, represen- tives. BASKETBALL The eighth grade girls' "A" basketball team is coached by Mike Lee. Players are Phelitria Barnes, Patrina Baker, Donna Kemplay, Robin Gross, Shelley Alfred, Jackie Forbes, Pam Barnes, Stacy Branch, Dfibra Wilson, Stephanie McWhorter, Neva Casarez and Erica Thomas. The eighth grade girls' "B" basketball team is coached by MarTee Zimmerman. Players are Jennifer Jones, Felicia Brysch, Elizabeth Jannise, Kim Lamarr, Laura Foster, Jennifer Atkinson, Sidonnie Carr, Donna Martin, Linda Merrill, Jeanette Petrash, Audra Clement and Reushawn White. HISTORY PROJECTS Each of William Earle's history classes presented history projects to each class. There were four winners in each class, judged by the students. The top four in each class had their projects sent to the library to be judged by the teachers. The three winners chosen by the teachers were Hugo Salazar, first place; Melissa LaPort, second place; and Denise Voris, third place. HONOR SOCIETY The election for Honor Society officers will be held soon. Students wanting to seek office must write a paragragh telling why they want to be elected. Officers will be announced in the following week. Dena DeLoach Horace Mann Junior The choir opened the Student Council Intallation ceremony Nov. 22 as they sang "The Star Spangled Banner." Lisa Walker led the student body in the "Pledge of Allegiance." Mrs. Sally Dickson recognized the representatives and patrols. Introducing the officers and their responsibilities, was Miss Debbie Jackson. Clyde Handerson, principal, then gave them the oath of office. Coach Al Dennis, head coach for Ross S. Sterling, introduced his former player and HM's speaker, Howard Sampson. Sampson played pro football for the Green Bay Packers for three years before receiving a knee injury. He spoke to the HM student body about ambition and reaching their "goals." The band played "Our School Song" as Angela Ingham closed the ceremony with the "bang" of her gavel. VOLLEY VICTORY Nov. 19, at Horace Mann the volleyball girls and the faculty "volleyed" it out. Playing for the students were Staci Adams, Laura Grain, Staci Grubbs, Marci Narcis, Kimberly Patterson, Marty Vaughn, Lisa Walker, Michelle Willson, Stacey Clark, Susan Madray, Angele Ingham, Tina Turner, Dedra Wyane, Becky Miles, Laura Contresas, Nanette Street, Paula Thompson, Jami Hedges and Sabrina O'Brien. Playing for the teachers were Mrs. Fink, Mrs. Goertimiller, Mrs. Robbie, Ms. Sullivan, Miss Cowart, MissFattig, Mrs. Morris, Miss Thompson, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Jmes, Mrs. Kirk, Ms. Owens and Ms. Jimenez. Refereeing the game was Mark Cowan with the assistance of floor refree, Dena DeLoach. "A" team coach was Julie Kadjar and "B" team coach was Paula Truede. Darin Ard, Rodger Dove, John Farris, Chuck' Goodman, Gibbie Luna, Robert Kelly, Duane Jones, Jonn Richardson and Freddie Rosas set the gym on fire as they did the cheer "Firecracker." John Farris and Robert Kelly did their traditional prize-winning cheer "Two Bits," The students lost the first game, but came back and won the next two. Mrs. Morris hobbled off the court with her Ben-Gay in hand as the students walked off with "student pride." HAPPY HOOPERS The 1982-83 basketball teams have been announced. "B" team members are Juanita Adoulphus, Joy Ball, Stacey Clark, Angela Branch, Crystal Downing, Shawanna Fennell, Audrey Huff, Estele Ortegon, Lori Pope, Bridgette Scott, Nannette Street, Lisa Walker and Dedra Wynne. "A" team members are Laura Grain, Stacle Grubbs, Jami Hedges, Judy Hodgson, Kimberly Patterson, Tina Phillips, Tina Turner and Marty Vaughn. Mrs. Tanis Fink is the coach. ARTISTIC ARTISTS The following HM students have been nominated for the United States National Art Award. Eighth grade nominees are Rodger Dove and Freddie Rosas. Seventh grade nominees are Michael Bartlette and Doug Perry. Sixth grade nominees are Miguel Davila, Anjanette Davis, Dawn Danforth, Robert "Mike" Kendrick, Thug-Tien Nyuyen and Melissa Tillet. These nominees will b-- recognized in the official USAA yearbook. SIGNING CARDINALS The Hearing-Impaired students went on a field trip to Highlands Elementary to see the Signing Cardinals from Lamar University. Attending were Clinton Ander- son, Wayne Barry, Clay Cothran, April Davis, Irene Garcia, Luis Garcia, Mackie McDuffie, Billie Minatrea, Edward Naron, Tammy Nitschke, Timothy Nordin, Sherry Pedersen, Stacey Pedersen, Jimmte Pennington, Kathy Ransonette and Craig Van Winkle. DISTRICT/REGIONALS The Green Goslin Band traveled to Deepwater Junior School to compete for seats with about 700 area students and 13 students qualified for the All-District band. They are Arlleen Christian, baritone; Niki Nichols, B flat clarinet; Nelda Montalvo, bass clarinet; Angela Ingham, alto sax; Richard Schram, trumpet; Lisa Walker, French horn; Gera Mickel, French horn; Bryan Tallent, baritone. Those who also made District band and qualified for Regional band were Julie Kadjar, percussion; Glenn George, trumpet; Kelly Gordon, trombone; Derrick Hurst, trombone; and Marci Narcis, B flat clarinet. Band directors are Brenda Harrington and Gene Cartwright. Retirement Ends Tradition VATICAN CITY (AP) — Exchanging his Renaissance costume for civilian clothes, the commander of Pope John Paul II's army of S%viss Guards has retired, ending a two- century family tradition. Col. Franz Pfyffer Von Altishofen said he was sad to leave his post in charge of the 94-strong _,^ — ** * -«""-"• "uvjicjr nun, owioa kjuarus nas ine sq-scrong interview Crosby Middle School Students Make All-District Band , first chair tvmoani. Thes« selection nf ahnnf QH iromc <wi™ Q/-«U/-V/-IT -mrrrmn-r^n -. i_ , ~' .... ... . . -•. _ mercenary corps that defends Vatican City. "I was the llth captain-commandant from my family," the 65-year-old Swiss said Thursday in an interview. Melissa Banik Crosby Middle School Nov. 20, selected Crosby Middle School band members attended All-District Band tryouts in Pasadena. Students who made All-District and are eligible to try out for All- Region band are Michael Alfred, fifth chair percussion I; William Morris, first chair baritone sax- aphone; and Dianna Hargrave, first chair tympani. These students are now beginning to practice for All-Region Band tryouts Dec. 11. Other members of All-District Band are Gillian Charles, 18th chair flute; Jennifer Harrelson, 10th chair baritone, and Larry Robinson, 15th chair trombone. Director of CMS bands is Jim Jordan. HOLIDAY SHOPPING Crosby Middle School will hold a Holiday Shopping Spree to give students an opportunity to purchase Christmas gifts for family and friends. The gifts will be priced from 10 cents to $6 and there will be a selection of about 98 items from which to choose. The shop will be open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 30, Dec. l and 2 during schools hours and Wednesday morning before school 7:30 to 8:15 a.m. The project is sponsored by the Crosby Middle School PTA. NEWSPAPER STAFF The first issue of "Cougar Spirit," the school newspaper, was published Nov. 23. Members of the staff are Danny Lee, Melody Sparks, Angela Hicks, Jorgen Pinette, Maurisa Alexis, Johnna Moution, Eric Bosarge, Justin Lawrence and Tyrone Smith. SCHOOL PICTURES Oct. 26, school pictures were taken at CMS. Students received them Nov. 22. SPEECHTEAM Crosby Middle School students participated in their first speech tournament Nov. 20 at Taylor High School in Ka<.y. Angela Hicks and Sharnetta Smith competed in the prose competition. Those competing in pantomime were Aaron Fox, Mike Schoch, Brad Wales and Matt Pelikan. Poetry participants were Jerri Ulrich, Becky Bennett, Virginia Rodrequez and Demetra Clark. Johnna Moution was entered in BUY NOW AND SAVE CARPET INVENTORY SALE IN PROGRESS FREE PAD With Installation MINI BLINDS 40% OFF THRUDCC.il CUSTOM DRAPERIES (FBI! 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Main characters were Paul Revere played by Steven Bub; John Hancock by Ned Smith; Sam Adams by Larry Robinson; Dr. Prescott by Michael Alfred; Richard Dawes by Amy Fitzgerald; Reverand by Lawrence Richards; Major Pitcairn by Alex Jones; Lt. Col. Smith by Robert Valentine; Capt. John Parker by Travis Wales; and Capt. Isaac Davis by John Zalesak. Other students played the parts of British soldiers or English minutemen. BAND CONCERT Nov. 24, there was a band concert during second period. making consumer loans, Auto, Boat and Personal And we're making them easier than ever to get. For things like a new car. A boat. Or whatever other good reason you've got. Here in Bay town, give Diane Huddleston a call at 420-1525. Or slop by 6902 Garth Road. You'll get the fast, friendly response you deserve. And the competitive rales you require. Still more good reasons to think of University first for all your family's financial needs. Like your bank used to be. Only better. 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