The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 18, 1971 Page: 3 of 32
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Wednesday, August 18, 1971
THE BELLAIRE TEXAN
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New Course . . .
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Mrs. Jeanette Jernigan, 5734
South wind, is the new VOE Teach-
er-Coordinator, who will be
working at Belial re High with the
other coordinators in the Occup-
A graduate in Business Educa-
tion, Mrs. Jernigan has office ex-
The Evergreen Pool, located at
Evergreen and Newcastle will
close Aug. 22 and the Bellaire
Pool, located at 5111 Laurel St.,
will close Aug. 29.
Brae Burn . . .
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The defense was brilliant, al-
lowing only two errors in 57 inn-
ings. But after four months of
competitive ball, the Houston
team begin to show the effects
of the long season.
In the consolation game a-
gainst Carthage, Brae Burn lost
3-1 which nailed down the num-
ber four spot in the state. Bren-
ham lost to Rosenberg in the fi-
perience, and has been in the
Commercial Department of Wal-
trip High School for the past
three years, teaching typing and
Mrs. Jernigan states that she
has openings in her class for sen-
ior students interested in ca-
reers in the office fields. The
students must have an accept-
able conduct, grade, and atten-
dance record. She may be reach-
ed at the school at 667-2064. Al-
so, she is at work now placing
her students, and would welcome
calls from professional and busi-
ness people who might provide a
half-day training opportunity for
a senior VOE student at Bellaire
for the coming school year.
THf BELLAIRE TEXAN
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TEXAN will gladly be corrected when brought
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Krischkes Win Decoration Trophy
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Kris-
chke, 5454 Jackwood, won the
first place trophy for decoration
of their shrimp boat, ’'That Patty
Sue" at the 8th annual Shrimp-
oree in Palacios recently.
The ‘‘Patty Sue" was decorat-
ed in a patriotic theme of red,
white and blue with three of the
Krischke children, Sally as the
Statue of Liberty; Kimberley as
Betsy Ross and Michael as Un-
cle Sam. The boat was captained
by Bob Arnold of Palacios with
David Krischke and Gary Grubbs
Judgint of the bout decorations
was part of the annual Shriinporee
sponsored by St. Anthony's
Church and included the Bless-
ing of the Fleet by Bishop Pat-
rick F. Flores of San Antonio,
a parade of boats, barbecued
beef and shrimp dinner and la-
The Krischkes were hosts for
a dinner at their Palacios home
Saturday evening for sever-
al Houstonians who also attended
the Sunday festivities. Present
with their families to cheer the
Krischkes on to victory were the
A.L. Krischkes, the Harvey Kri-
schkes, Patrick F. Kennedys,
VVilliam McAndrews, Arthru J.
Keeneys, Harold Driemeiers, M.
R. Heaneys Jr., and Jim Trauth.
Also Miss Pam Smith, Miss Mary
Jane Sullivan, Miss Kate Bauer,
Mrs. Ann Green, Mrs. Mary Ann
Szalay, Joe Greff and the Very
Rev. Matthew J. Kerschen.
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Royal, B. E. & Cronin, Carolyn. The Bellaire & Southwestern Texan (Bellaire, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 18, 1971, newspaper, August 18, 1971; Bellaire, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth567439/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.