The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 26, 1975 Page: 3 of 36

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Bellaire VOE students
take honors in contest
The first round of
competition for VOE stu-
dents in District 1 was held
at Dulles High School,
February 22.
Students from approx-
imately 21 area high schools
competed in skill and
non-skill contests such as
typwriting, filing, book-
keeping, job manual, chap-
ter display, and verbal
communications and
others.
Bellaire students entered
six contests and won honors
in five. The winners were
Adrain Rudolph, 1st, Job
Manual; Cheryl Martin, 3rd,
Information communica-
tions II; Patti Stairhime,
3rd, Job Interview; Marty
Broward, 6th, Information-
Communications I; Carol
Corbet, 6th Typing and
Related II.
Adrian, Cheryl, and Patti
are beginning preparation
for competition at the Area
V VOE Conference to be
held at the Shamrock Hotel
on March 7.
Girl Scout Troop 1831
works on skate badge
With a successful Cookie
Sale behind them, Ever-
green Girl Scout Troop 1831
is looking forward to the
completion of two separate
skating workshops. Twelve
girls are completing their
Skaters Badge at the
Sharpstown Ice Skating
Center. Five girls are
completing the same badge
at the Bellaire Roller
Skating Rink.
During regular meetins,
the girls are making lined
vests that will serve various
purposes to earn their
Sewing Badge; which they
are going to demonstrate for
the upcoming ‘‘Evergreen
Girl Scout Potpourri," in
Meyerland Mall, March 15
2-4 p.m.; for their 1975
“Daisy Troop" identification
on “Daisy Day" at Astro-
world May 3 on which to
sew their various Girl Scout
patches; to wear, when not
in official uniform as a troop
identification.
Also, the girls are
preparing for a week-end
camp trip, March 21-23 at
Camp Agnes Arnold.
The Annual Neighborhood
Junior Event this year is a
train ride to Brenham,
scheduled for April 5. In
April they plan to partici-
pate in the Bellaire Bicen-
tennial Parade, and also
anticipate spending a couple
of hours before the parade
helping Maud Gordon Ele-
mentary clean up after its
school carnival.
May 3 is “Daisy Day” at
Astroworld, and will be a
fitting climax for the girls’
efforts to complete the four
requirements to ecome a
“Daisy Girl."
Leaders of Troop 1831
arrf Mr:.. Peggy McGinnis.
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makes you feel good.
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AARP to hear Gordon on drug program
“The Comprehensive Pre-
scription Drug Program"
will be discussed by Morris
Gordon, when the American
Association of Retired Per-
sons, Southwest Briar
Chapter #1414, meet Friday
at 11:30 at Wyatt’s Cafeteria,
Sharpstown Mall.
Newly elected officers of
Southwest Briar Chapter
are Mrs. Lydia Ford,
president; Mrs. Muriel
Byrnes, first vice-president;
Mrs. Florence Walters,
second vice-president; sec-
retary, Mrs. Pearl Wells;
treasurer, Mrs. Kate Alarid
and corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Alliene Fitch.
"Following the meeting,”
Mrs. Ford said "members
and visitors are invited to
bring their cafeteria trays
back to the meeting room."
She said that after lunch,
there would be a social
period of cards, games and
good fellowship.
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Weigand, Anne. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 26, 1975, newspaper, February 26, 1975; Bellaire, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth566889/m1/3/ocr/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.

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