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Progress Deer Park (Newspaper) - February 20, 1975, Deer Park, Texas Pages the a thursday february he he student teachers come to of open House a firmer office my to to the dumber to Ca Acree 8m Sta Starlea pm honoured at an open House held feb. La. Present were left to right Owen looter Glenn Teiner tee masters a Nonnie Barton Carol Miller Wayne Blanks Pat Tolar Joe Fie us and Ceiba Saldana. Progress staff photo Verna Jent services held la Porte school superintendent Ralph Pearce hat recently signed agreements with both Stephen f. Austin University and the University of Houston at Clear Lake City committing the la Porte Independent school District to work cooperatively with these colleges of education in the final phase of student teaching instruction. Student teachers will be assigned to la Porte schools from us Csc beginning in september 1975, according to the prescribed student training program or outlined As a graduation requirement and the needs and wishes of each of the cooperating school districts. Us Csc will be cooperating with 15 surrounding school districts excluding Houston . Stephen f. Austin University has recently assigned one student teacher to la Porte for the Spring semester. She is miss Sharon Jones who will be working with mrs. Charlene Russell a primary teacher on the College Park elementary school Campus. Favorite character Day fifth year Stade Ati at san lactate elementary held a favorite Book character Day to their language arts classes. Among those part Pottag were left to right front Row. Debbie goodies Amanda Carter Dona Buffalo fellow my Krastek Kent Chesshire Laura Agnew Lydia Agnew eco and Row Randy Howell Laura Williams Jana Allison Sandra Barms Stacey Jackson Elm Bridges Mark Fite William Douglas third Row Rodney of too Debbie Hall Brenda passim Sandra Hoard Lipsey Charlotte Biddy Shelly what and Jeff shop you. Services were held feb. 17 a member of St. Hyacinth for mrs. Verna Eileen Jent 45, Catholic Church she passed of Pasadena. Away feb. 14. A great treat in dining san Jacinto inn opa pm. Ism thru sat. Pm Sydny i pm. To i pm. Located at san Jacinto Battleground Cloos monday except for private banquets por reservations Call 47mhs survivors include husband Homer j. Jent Pasadena daughter mrs. Connie e. Baskin Pasadena sons John Anthony Jent David Brian Jent both of Pasadena slaters mrs. Betty Lumm Houston mrs. Mary Alexander Corpus Christi brother Harold Standridge Lawton okla. One granddaughter and a number of nieces and nephews. Services were held at St. Hyacinth Catholic Church with Rev. Glenn Warden officiating. Burial was at Forest Park Lawndale. Biology classes visit research laboratories subsidence Metko of Hen Ltd weal league to Wenaca Viers Hapten amt pm. 17 at the Kame of Frances Rabb Sii Wisdom to discuss subsidence legislation. Among Thorn present were left to right Frances Robb Deer Park Virginia Osterhus Baytown Alice Shadow Baytown leak Flaker Baytown Nina Spencer Bay area hath Jobes Pasadena Korea verite Bay Wilma Green Hines Pasadena Aud Brenda Gehan Houston. A Progress staff photo pos return one injured in Accident turning prisoners of Vietnam flew to the United states on feb. 14,1973 / dining amp entertainment guide foe a big Bud Hill s night out. The House of Fine steaks hours lunch i Lam ? pm monday thru Friday dinner 5 pm i pm monday thru saturday _ closed sunday _ a two car collision occurred on feb. 13, sending one of the divers to a local Hospital with an ankle injury. Involved in the Accident were opel Whideman and Judith Ann Long both of Deer Park. The collision occurred at the Comer of x Street and Luella in the evening. Miss Long received first Aid and was ilk Astroworld holds auditions in to a local Hospital for her injured ankle. The Deer Park Volunteer fire dept received five first Aid Calls during the week of feb. 9-15. Two people were sent to local hospitals for illnesses three persons were sent to a Hospital for injury incurred in an Accident and three Small fires were brought hider control. The advanced general biology of la Porte High school class visited the research laboratories of the fisheries division of the National oceanic atmospheric administration in Galveston. These students were Able to see the work which has been done in the Field of aquaculture specifically commercial tank raising of shrimp. Cornelius mock research biologist took the students through every phase of the work which has been done on the Complete study of the Gulf shrimp explaining How it is possible to duplicate All the Complex physical and biological factors in the life Cycle of the commercial shrimp. He detailed his work in Argentina and Japan two nations who Are cooperating in the vital research. One of the students commented a it was fantastic a a another said a its Good to see tax dollars going into such meaningful projects a which ultimately help our nations Economy and the world food mrs. Zula Zeta eld a Marine biologist was sponsor of the tour. In addition the students wer allowed the privilege of using the professional Library to t searching for background material for their research projects they Are doing to their biology Clam. The following students at tended Karen Alexander Chapman Usa Frazier Stephen Hardesty Parke # Hedges Darrell Ray Benita Smith fran Stephens and Charlie Thomas. Rutland services held steaks 487-0062 my Spencer Hwy cocktails Pasadena a. Or. A i _ 4719938 la 471 2183 2420 old Hwy 146 Spur Soi 42 cocktail hour a 57 to v featuring Jam beaux band lighted dance floor 479-9113 7,u where the fun is in la Porte master charge steaks sandwiches nachos a open la Mon. Thru sat. Astroworld is holding Audi editions for Rock stagers female Only music Hall variety performers improvisational comedy players and animal characters for seasonal parts to the live show department. Sessions will be held March 1st and 2nd from 9 00 . To 1 00 . And 2 00 . To 6 00 . These auditions will take place at the Astroworld hotel. An accompanist will be available. Students with Talent As dancers singers and actors preferably musical comedy Are encouraged to try out for roles in Astroworld s Crystal Palace revue the comedy players Moon Rock and Marvel my Fey a enchanted animals. Separate auditions will be held for musicians individuals on saturday and sunday March 8th-9th, and groups on sunday March 9th. These auditions will be arranged by appointment. Contact the Astroworld love show department at 748-4500 or write p. O. Box 1400, Houston Texas 77001 for information. Services for James Garnett Rutland 65, 3014 Darling Pasadena were held feb. La at colonial funeral Home Chapel with Rev. W. T. Ainsworth officiating. Interment was to Forest Park Lawndale. He died feb. 9 at his residence. A Pasadena resident Ainee 1947, he was a ser vice station operator. J survivors include wife mrs. A Mozell Rutland Pasadena daughter mrs. Lanell bean a Orange sister mrs. Ethel Murray Heber Springs Ark. Brother Henry Garland Rutland Pasadena and grandsons Ray and m. L. Mcdowell a both of Pasadena. It a a a Jan a i a a i Nii leis finest Kristy Fried Chicken Dine in a carry out 479-2251 Charles dams i Charles Ghermay a franchise owners Oren to in. Lip. 7 its a week 744s sponsor Hwy. At Center St Gilleyn a tutoring a thurs. Feb. M Jimmy Buffett Ful feb. To Tammy Wynette sat. Peb. To Johnny Lee amp Bayou City beats 099 Spicer Hwy. In bsh amt he i a giant pizza i dog show Winner a Dawn Cha Eta drag Beer Elmr. My in. W. P. Chaute ish a Trachea was Anri ugh a Ertag later Blader at the Bellaire Dag Obe Taace Oak Faratch Bete feb. Is at Belsire High Behest her Sag Brady Jee was Cheesea ant la navies a Taala Teg. Iota to the third Shew she a catered the Deg to. Progress staff photo the Square Nail arts amp crafts shop classes held on wednesday february 26 photo etching Stop by and see samples of photo etching Ait Register now

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