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Mainland Extra (Newspaper) - January 1, 1987, Galveston, Texas Page 2 Mainland extra thursday morning january Mainland briefs Library closed today la Marque the la Marque Public Library will be closed today for new years Day but Well be open for business As usual on Jan 2 we do have a number of new videocassettes which were placed in the Library by the friends of the Library the new vhf format videocassettes include such titles As Dumbo and sleeping Beauty along with numerous other titles for children Young adults and adults with these new titles and the rotating collection we receive every two months we have from 7590 videocassette titles available videocassettes require a valid adult Library card to be checked out Story times will resume on Jan 28 Story times Are at and wednesdays in the Chionsini Community room children Ages 4 and 5 Are invited to attend registration is not required and there is no charge choose one of the times most convenient for you stories Are the same both times entry to the room is by the second door facing the parking lot study skills taught Texas City Counselor at Texas City High school have donned familiar hats As they return to the classroom to teach a unit on study skills initially presented to freshmen the course will be offered to other Grade Levels As soon As possible Lead Counselor Rik Hawkins said Many students dont know How to begin to study if freshmen can get off to the right Start hopefully we can help guide them through four years of school to with 23 credits required for a diploma out of a possible 24 it is imperative that All incoming High school students concen trate on learning and being successful in the classroom the study skills unit focuses on several important guidelines attitude or How you present yourself to the teacher organization which covers having supplies and books in class and at Home and other hints like listening memorizing not taking and test taking Hawkins said the project has drawn positive results from All participants the students have been very receptive to us and seem to appreciate this time we Are spending with them in turn the Counselor who Are All former teachers have really enjoyed being Back in the Hawkins said the Counselor Are attempting to motivate students toward school and learning while giving them some valuable study tips and knowledge hopefully this time with Pur freshmen students will have a very positive effect on their mid semester and Endo year grades and give them some useful skills to carry with them to higher Hawkins said Story time planned league City the Helen Hall Library will offer a Story time program for 35 Jearolds on wednesday mornings at beginning Jan 14 and continuing through april 1 this half hour program includes books Felt Board stories Finger plays and films or filmstrips registration for this pro Gram will begin Jan 5 at 11 at the Helen Hall Library 100 West Walker league City for further information please Call the Library at 6612 club sets meetings la Marque club meetings for the la Marque lioness club Are held every first and third wednesdays of the month at 7 at the la Marque Lions Community Center 1400 Sylvia off main for More information Call one of the following officers Willard president 9384796 Sharon Klinkhammer vice president 9454269 Helen Palmer Secretary 9353251 or Marcie Doolittle treasurer 9387357 get in shape Texas City Low Impact aerobics classes Are offered tuesday and thursday afternoons at Mainland Center Hospi Tal taught by Kat Howard who also teaches aerobics at col lege of the Mainland the classes Are held in the Institute for living gymnasium from the Cost for six weeks is or Drosins for More information Call Katherine Justice at 9385485 or ext 5485 clerical skills offered Texas City the fundamentals of clerical skills program offered this Spring at College of the Mainland has been updated to include new office procedures and new soft Ware applications according to Mike Cady continuing Educa Tion coordinator for the division of business the 360hour 14weeks Handson clerical program covers typing filing and accounting business English and business math Dictaphone Telephone and interviewing skills the new subject areas include office repro graphics telecommunications and records management technology the role of the Secretary in today office is also presented and a new payroll accounting software package for the in pc will also be introduced this Spring the tuition is a real bargain for says Cady even the Cost to nonresidents is a fraction of the or More that a private business College would the course which was originally designed for older women reentering the workforce after a Long absence now attracts people of All Ages according to fundamentals instructor Maryann Pringle today a lot of younger people enrol to land that first Job with some solid entry level Pringle explains they see the 16weeks of Handson training we give them As an advantage in this changing Melinda Hare of la Marque who had a degree from thought the course would be a Good Way to get a Job she find with her degree in horticulture i found a secretarial Job with the Galveston Central appraisal District and in two months made office manager of personal Hare says today she is an appraiser with the cad the fundamentals program was what i expected it got me the experience with the computer that i ninety five percent of our graduates can get a Job after completing the Pringle says she adds that each Stu Dent leaves the course As a different person they have found out that this course is not an end but a she explains they have Learned to enjoy learn ing and Many of them will take additional College courses to get More specialized the fundamentals program will meet mondays through thursdays from to beginning Jan 20 registration begins Jan 9 for More information Call 9381211 ext 288or Amoco honors fireman of year Texas City pipe fitter Brown has been named the out standing firemen of the year by the Volunteer fire department at Amoco Texas City refinery Brown is a charter member of the Volunteer organization which was formed 22 years ago he is As signed to the fire station where he conducts training courses and maintains department equipment refinery manager Lee san Heinrich fire chief marshal John Mclemore and superintendent of Plant Security Critz Cullen presented Brown with the award Dur ing the firemen banquet held earlier this month the banquet is an annual function where the Volunteer firemen get together to Honor their own Brown was selected from 55 volunteers who staff the depart ment this group is recognized throughout the Oil Indus by one of the premiere Volunteer fire departments in operation today the department protects Amoco barrel per Day refinery in Texas City and provides firemen and equipment to the area Indus trial Mutual Aid system fire chief Mclemore reports Brown was chosen to receive the Honor based on his High Atten dance percentage at callous Dur ing the year and his Superior attitude and ability Brown has dedicated himself to protecting the lives of his coworkers and the assets of his company his service to the fire department the refinery and the corporation goes Well beyond the Call of says Mclemore Brown is a lifelong resident of Texas Gityla Marque area he joined Amoco Oil company Texas City refinery in 1952 As a Helper in the paint division Honor role noted Brown Hitchcock Crosby inter mediate school lists the following students on the Honor Rolls for the second six weeks of the 198687 school year a Honor Roll seventh Grade Sherita Jenkins Antonio Valdez and april Fields b Honor Roll seventh Grade Lancer Benson Scott Fleming Andre Fletcher Joey Davenport Pamela Hicks Tonya Holt Crystal Logan Michelle Mceachern Canna Onhiser Yvonne Pennock Kristina Tate Jennifer Delesandri and Jason Wulf eighth Grade Kristen Abner Letty Alvarez Tamiko Benefield Nicole Campbell Matthew Dinhobl Sean Ellison Bryan Garcia Rayna Helton Roland Ricard Teddy Robinson Rosaline Holland Terri Strimple and Desoto Clark la Marque announces Honor role la Marque the following principals of la Marque Independent school District announce the students on the Honor Rolls for the second six weeks of the 198687 school year Curtis b Mcgowan principal of Bayou Road elementary school lists the Honor Rolls for fifth Grade Christina Allen Kerri Allen Robert Alvarado Shalana Barnes Kelley Barr Ametra Bellard Michael Benefield Michelle Buchanan Bianca Contreras Demecia Davis Regina Dellolio Ray Dibrell Chris Dickerson Shonette dimes Joy Drake Charlie Enriquez Jonathan Faircloth Lyle Fattig Julie Fox Louis Gabriles Kari Gould Darrell Holmes Joyce Holt Stephen House Channon Hudgins Bobby Huff Marina Hughes Charles James Alex Johnson Anthony Johnson Jason Kelly Frank Lomonoco Wendy Larrick Lee Lockwood Ramont Martin Tiffany Mims Mary Melinda Moore Tiffini Moore Amber Mullins Melanie Murray Michael Nail Mikal Nallie Justin Patterson Kelli Rice Jennifer Richie Earl Ricicar Sironda Searles Kimberly Shelton Jason Simon Elvia Smith John Smith Patricia Solomon Brad Steven son Demetrick Sullivan Dennis Testa Holly Thomas Anthony Tucker Marlena Vera Tara Ward Tiffany Ware Courtney Washington Chris White Brian Williams Gregory Willson Bobby Wilson Deshea Winston and Meredith Worthen sixth Grade Larna Alcorn Christopher Alexander Carmen Allen Holly Austin Freda Booker Michael Brewer Michael Byers Charles Cannon Ricky Clifford Lakiah Cohen Rochella comp ton Cav Lister Cooper Dondi Crook Tracy Delaney Sharon Dever Rochelle Dickey Nigel Dunn Takeela Evans Melissa Evelt Robert Faust Spence Gould Damion Hancock Kelli havens Jens Jensen Joseph Justice Andrea Kibbe Timothy Lister Kareen Mccullough Maria Manetas Massey Cherisse Middleton Lisa Papillion Calvin Parks Kristie Pickney Jennifer Pringle Dilon Reid Shane Reid Wade Salisbury Kevin Shumate Jason Solis Barbara Soriano Melissa Soriano Mary Spurrell Heather Staggs Lori Sweatt Brad Taylor Peter Toledo Nicole Tor res Jennifer Vogtman and Jerilyn Waye the following students have qualified for the Honor Roll according to Daisy Stone principal of Lake Road elementary school Brad Adams Rachel Alexander Christopher Apgar Marc Arena Sabrina Barnes Cheryl Beard Michelle Beyonce Michael Boerm Melissa Bostick Vince Bueno Geneva Collins Rosanna Compean Tele Copado Stephanie Cothern Latoya Crockett Lisa Dela Fuente Kimberly Dickey Demetrist Dotson Christi Elfstrom Lance Ellison Candace Elmore Jennifer Faircloth Joseph Fichera Byford Gamble Cherrion George Melissa Gondesen Erica Goodwill Kevin Hailey Latakia Harper Andrea Hayes Mitzi Henderson Jason Hennington Christopher herring i Hoang Eric Hughes Martin Hughes Kennetrh Hypolite Corby Ivey Dionne Johnson Angie Jor Dan Jas hard Justice Hillary Lackey Nina Lee Phillip Lewis Portia Lewis Shasis love Krista Lutz Amy Lype Staci Macik Darren Mansfield Cherrl Mcneese Christina Mejia Lemuel Moore Joseph Nguyen Patrick Nickerson Raymond Owens Gilbert Perez Danette Pickering Nelson Porter Taj Porter Stephanie Richard Dani Schneider Melvin Smith Michael Smith Bartges Smoak William Speakes Julie Stanley Amy Sundstrom Alex Thomas Ragan Thomas runes a Thomas Holly Veiga Theodore White Jeffrey Whitted Lakay Williams Paul Wood Temi Woodley and Jeff Wright John Washington principal of Lamar elementary school announces the following students have qualified for the Honor Roll Moysha Benford Thomas Ben Ford Morgan Birkelbach Lee Boughton Michelle Castelline James Coutorie Nelita Cruz Shawna Daniel Natasha Freeman Afra Gatson Alex get to Shelton Guidry Ashley Gustafson Bart Harris Jason Harris Jennifer Hayman Dean Hsu my Keisha Hughes Vonetta Irby Deshawn Jenkins Marvin Johnson Amy Jones Latonya Jones Quintina Kelley Arturo Leyva Tiffany Macicek Brent Maner Shelly Morris Toshiba Newsome Brandy Parker Billy Patterson Quinisha Patterson Romona Romar John Scheiner Michelle Snyder Suzanne Soriano Parish Stewart Cody Tholcken Thurman Thomas Kristin Torres Ellie valde2 Melody Vaughn Kevin Wilcox Voris Wilcox Richard Wiles William Williams Lache Winston Jennifer Yancey and Laurica Yoakum Dickinson Honor role is announced Dickinson Dickinson High school lists the following students on the second six weeks Honor Rolls for the 198687 school year Allas ninth Grade Sandra Gonzales Edward Huff Eric Johnson Vanessa Johnson Phuc Ngo Eric Poston and Whitney Smith 10th Grade Kory Cox Michael finn Kyle Gupton dung Huynh Thuy Mai april Peters Jennifer Powell and Stephen Tackett Lith Grade Brian Albritton Judith Anderson Michael Baxter Brad Chesak Mark Flowers Carol Griffith Francisco Guerra Panchard Hrncirik Shannon mar tin Stephanie Robinson and Uriel Saenz 12th Grade Lawrence Burchfield Helenanne Butler James Ewell Trae Gilbert Elizabeth Gonzalez Kimberly Hagler Krista Haley Rae fernet Hall Bobbi Hedrick Karyn Hillman Michele Hollyfield Walter Martin Molly Mckee Terry peace Carolyn Rhoads Scott Sheppard Kristin sides Annette Smith Brenda Smith Terina Veasey Leslie Vestal Deanna Ware and Nathan Yanasak one ninth Grade Owen Bush Laurel Copeland Kimberly gon Zalez Leonor Guerra Sandra Jacobson Alicia Johnson Letita Moore Cue Nguyen Willie Roque 10th Grade Paul Carmona Lorenzo Cooper Ronald fee Robin Fredenburg David Fulghum John Groves Nga Huynh Mitchell Kato Brian Moss Kurtis Olsan Rosalia ser Bia Scott Sosa and Lisa Vassallo Lith Grade Tanya Armbrester Melissa Barranco Erin Curtis Darren Gaines Angela Grant William Lukemire Stephen Marsh Henry Matula an Nicholas Carol Prock Deborah Rogers Wendy Rosa mond Teresa Rubio and Johni Wigington 12th Grade Mark Boudreaux Jessie Bragg Christina Carbajal Katherine Gardner Justin Carr Kimberley Chapman Michael Cummings Patrick Dawson Amy Fisher Christina Genz Meko George Michael Gutierrez Sher Rilyn Holley Latitia Jacques Theodore Lambremont Toni Landry Shannon Mcbride Maren Olsan Ranel Peoples Lolita Perez Juliette Robinson Norene Skyler Matthew Stegall and Monica Weber twos ninth Grade Cynthia Berryhill Jennifer Cansler Amber Dunten Brian Fowler Tung Mai Katherine Mcmillian Susan Palmer Lawanda Pipkin Dori Price Josie Rubic Jennifer rus sell Johnathan Thomas Robert Veasey Iii Bitalio Villarreal and Jamison Wise 10th Grade George Burchfield Dawn Burns Julie Burris Robert Burris Theresa Cernosek Mathew Coffey Enrique Gaines Christine Grocholski diem Huynh Alayne Kulvicki Marcus Nalepa John Parks Roxanna Rodriguez Thomas Ward and William Zimmerman Lith Grade Melissa Baurs Pamela Bookman Russell bowl ing Roberto Casas Kevin Childress Jerry Conwell Clinton Eversole Bernard Funk Iii Tamara Hearn Danae Hunter Raymond Mason Angela Max Well Michael Melancon Wendy Muster Kevin Norman Dallas Padgett Leslie Sladek Thomas Spears Dawn Williams and Stephen Yates 12th Grade Katherine Bell Dana Bogott Donald Bowen James Colley Amy Eubanks Maria Flores Stephanie Galyan Robby Hobbs Charles Hollins Aurora Jaramillo Laura Junemann James Lynch Tiffany Mcdaniel Franklin Mcdonald Lea Nicholson Janice Noland Patrick Phipps Pamela Pope Shinn Cindy Shoemaker David Sylvia Puentes John Redden Truelock Teresa Trygstad and Willie Sharp Paul Shaver Julie Cynthia Tucker b m Muffler specializing in exhaust Brake work we beat any exhaust shop by 5 senior citizen discount general Mechanic work Texas City 9480058 open Mon Fri 7 til 7 open saturday 8 til 4 on Cental he Altti Milton l Howard gift that lasts a lifetime today it seems that major appliances and cars have Builtin obsolescence toys Given at Holiday time seem to be broken by january and clothes have a Way of wearing out before there even broken in is there really a gift that can last a lifetime what parents do not want for their child Good looks Confidence better health and a Beautiful smile some go through their entire lives lacking these because of crooked Teeth or an overbite Buck Teeth or and under bite its not hard to see children and adults go out of their Way to hide their smiles so that people wont see their dental defects when parents bestow upon their child the gift of straight Teeth through orthodontics then they can be sure that they have Given a gift that lasts a lifetime with straight Teeth will come the precious bonuses of a perfect smile improved self Confidence and because of the corrected bite lower future dental Bills pm views on Metal health 1983 prepared As a mimic service to promote better dental health fran the office of family dentists Brantford a Howard i w
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