The Westerner World (Lubbock, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1948 Page: 1 of 4
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Westerners To Select Officers From This Group
Candidate For President
Candidate For President
J. C. Chambers
Candidate For Vice-President
Candidate For Vice-President
Candidate For Secretary
Candidate For Secretary
Student Body Election
SPORTSMANSHIP - THEN VICTORY
Lubbock Senior High School, Lubbock, Texas, Friday, April 9, 1948
Charles Galey and Jack King will run for the office of pres-
ident of the student body this morning in a general election at
11:20 o’clock in the auditorium.
J. C. Chambers and Rossi Stiles were nominated for the
office of vice-president. Chosen to run for the office of secret-
ary were Sammy Dunn and Nancy Davis.
Those running for the office of
... of Lubbock Senior High school,
with the exception of the F.F.A.
boys, will have a party at Mackenzie
barbecue pit and pavilion, April 16.
TenWestemers Upperclassmen To Dance In Gym
Music Festival Looking For Good Officers..
head cheerleader are Francyne Cox,
Joyce Worrell, Glenna Shoemaker,
and Jo Cole.
Campaign managers are Charles,
“May I have this dance,” will be Jack Alderson; Jack, Jerry Nislar
what many a junior and senior and Dick Schmidt; J. C., Bert Nel-
boy'twill be saying tomorrow night son; Rossi> Charlene Laws; Sammy,
at the Junior-Senior thdlCp to be
Ten students will represent Lub-
bock Senior High school at the Tri-
iState Band festival in Enid, Okla- tured at the top of the page,
homa, next Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday, according to Mr. L. L. ^01
Stoelzing, band director.
A string trio consisting of Patsy
Gibbs and her cello, Dorothy
of the honor *Thespians and Dale Kennedv with her violin, and
You can’t go wrong in choosing from the six candidates pic- held in the Lubrbock Hi^h gynmas- :Da„,-op.
ium from 8 until 11 o’clock.
Shelley Furr; and Nancy, Chloe T.
But in deciding among them look
... is to be held Tuesday evening
at 7:3,0 o’clock in the Hilton hotel.
National and Junior - Thespian
pledges will be initiated, and the
A candidate who presents a solid platform indicating what
he would do should he be elected.
Bettye Armstrong, in charge of
decorations, stated that a spring
flower motif would be carried out.
. , ... . • ... senior class officers after they re-
A trellis covered with floAvers will .
The presidential, ^ vice-president-
ial, and secretarial candidates were
chosen Wednesday night by the
Anne Adams on the piano to be
entered. P|atsy Gibbs and Anne
those of the two best Thespians
of the year are to be revealed by
Mr. D. M. Howell. Mary Buth Sims, Adams win also Pla^a No-
vice-president, is in charge of ban- Cornet Trio
quet arrangements; and Dave Wat- j, a. White, Kenneth Cox, and
kins, president, will act as toast- Stuart Nichols are to be entered as
master. a cornet trio, J. A. and Kenneth g0od job in the future
are to play a solo, also.
Annual Y“Teen picnic Harvey Roth, Eddie Goetze, and
Don IMedlock will play together as
be placed in the center of the floor
and blue spotlights played on it.
Flowers and arbors will surround
A candidate who is more or less at ease before a large group. the bandstand.
Music will be furnished by a
A candidate whose individual qualities fit him for the office
for which he is running.
A candidate whose past record indicates that he he will do a
. . . was held Tuesday evening at a ciarjnet trio with Eddie and Don
Mackenzie park where approxi- iater playing a solo. Van Scott is
mately 200 girls, their guests, and entered as a trombone solo
sponsors attended. . . A , .
Approximately sixty-one hundred
students from Texas, Oklahoma,
IKansas, Missouri, and New Mexico
will attend the festival. From this
group about one thousand students
will constitute an orchestra to give
a final conlcert on Saturday night.
During the three days, students
(trill participate in contests and
spend the other time practicing in
... is to present a concert Sunday their concert groups,
afternoon from 2 to 3 o’clock and
cordially invited to Concert
All ten from Lubbock have been
selected to play in the final concert.
A candidate you will be proud of when he stands as a rep-
resentative of this school.
ceived the report of the committee
which canvassed the preferential
ballot cast last Wednesday in
assembly. The nomination report
was presented to the Student coun-
cil yesterday and was approved.
In order to be a candidate for the
office of president or secretary of
the -Audent body, a student must be
a junior, have at least a “C” aver-
age, and have been a student in
Tickets; which are $1.20 for date Lubbock High school at least one
tickets and $1.50 for stag tickets, semester. The candidate for vice-
will go off sale this afternoon at president must meet the same qual-
seven-piece orchestra under the
leadership of Burl Hubbard.
Approximately 116 tickets have
been sold to the junior and senior
. . . .was held Thursday night for
the sons of the Westerners’ mothers
• L. H. S. band
District Meet To Be Tomorrow
Large Number Of Westerners
Entered In Various Contests
ifications, except that he must be a
member of the sophomore class..
Results of the election will be
announced this afternoon.
Pan American week
Tomorrow’s the big day! '
District 2-AA-Lubbock, Lamesa, Brownfield, and Plainview
will hold its Interscholastic League meet Saturday, April 10,
Eliminations of the contests have been rapidly taking place
Last year only three were selected during this past week, and the contestants have been chosen to
from Lubbock, “it is indeed an represent Lubbock in the district meet. The literary events of
. . . is to be observed by the Span- honor to be selected to play in this £he [jay inc]u(Je spelling, debate, extemporaneous speech, type-
ish classes and the Pan Americano final conceit, sties.sed Mr. stoel- ready writing, number sense, slide rule, declamation,
Club, next week. The third year zing. shorthand, and one-act play.
Spanish class will sponsor several The students are to go in cars, Spelling _
projects including posters, a pro- with the school furnishing the RepresentIng Lubbofck in spelling
gram, and a display in the display transportation and lodging. 'They
window. A special Pan American day will leave early Wednesday, probab- AlternateS are Beth Wileman and
program is also to be given at their ly about 4 o’clock that morning and A1Uen Rosen
meeting. get back about Sunday afternoon
/The ready writer competing in
the meet is Donna Woolman.
Representing the senior girls in
declamation are Bill Bartley sjpd
Shorthand contestants are Nancy
Boswell, Louise Rogers, Carolyn Dof°thlyi McCartney. The alternate
Lipshy, and Peggy Terrell.
• Engaging in boys’ extemporane-
is Patsy Gibbs.
MANY A GUY WHO
TRIES TO PASS EVERYTHING ON THE ROAD
ENOS UP FOLLOWING A WRECKER/
NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL
Under the direction of Mr. J. H.
Penn, the Lubbock High school
A iCappella choir presented an as-
sembly consisting of both sacred and
secular numbers yesterday at one
Among the selections were Christ-
iansen’s “Lost in the Night,” “How
Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place,”
“Cherubim Song No. 7” by Bart-
nianskiyi, Clough-Lighter’s arrange-
ment of “Bless the Lord,” “Alleluia!
Christ is Risen” and Mozart’s
“Gloria in Excelsis Deo.”
Margaret Nelson did the vocal
solo for “Holy Art Thou” while
Charlene Laws was soloist for
Gounod’s “Sanctus.” Mana-Zucca’s
arrangement of “The Big Brown
Bear” concluded Thursday’s assem-
Contestants for senior boys de-
ous speech at the meet will be FVed clamation are Jimmy Gott and Jack
Stanley and Bjll Elkins, and Wanda Cecil. Their alternate is Dick Bren-
B. Smith and Joy Oglesby are the neman.
girl contestants. Lubbock’s boys’ debate team is
Contestants from Lubbock in composed of J. A. White and Dan
number sense are Jack Alderson and Davis. The boy alternates are Don-
Betty Shipman. ' aid Smiley and David Smiley.
Typing The team participating in girls’ chapter of the Future Farmers 0f
Lubbajck has a large number of debate is composed of Betty Marg- America have evidently turned, mo-
contestants entering the meet Sat- aret Smiley and La Vonne Weaver,
urday in typewriting. They are: Their alternate team is Anne Eskin
Emmett Adair, Blettiy Armstrong, and Theola Leonard.
Jane Austin, Coleen Baldwin, Eve- The one-act play entering
FFA Raises Money, Gains
Experience In New Projects
The members of the Lubbock
guaranteed weed-free and will not
(promote the spread of them, an
mentarily, at least, from contest-
iwinning to earning money for the
chapter through a lawn-fertilizing
Over 175 lawns have been con-
tracted to be. fertilized, and about
100 of them have been completed
lyn Burks, Shelley Furr Sybil Lea meet tomorrow afternoon will be bo^s- The average cost of
Carolyn Lipshy, Carolyn Reeves, MThursdaiyi Evening.” The cast coi>- Wording to sponsor N. J. Rob- fertilizing a lawn is about $19 or
Margaret Wilson, and Nelma sists of Aletha McCasland, Vancy; nett the project is wel1 underway 1% sacks of the material.
xi Po-t-id/Ga T inrlc^v Rnh nnrl Dick Hughes. Ardele Rogers is an alter- Davis Jo Simmons and Bert Nelson. and the s seem to be making a Through the project, money is
Here Patricia Lindsey, Bob and Dick nate Per’0„s lntere3t;a or conoerned success of It. earned for carrying on the chapter's
Participating in slide rule are should watch the Avalanche-Jour- Commercial fertilizer is used be- activities and the boys gain
three won the costume contest. Kid day is celebrated each John pinsori) Emmett Adair Jerry nal for the schedule of the meet, cause it has several advantages valuable experience in meeting
year by the seniors on April Fool’s day. A kindergarten party in Nislar. Alternates are David Bullen and the public address system will over barniyiard fertilizer. Far in- people, business transactions, and
the gymnasium at 3:40 o’clock climaxed the day’s activities. or George Young. carry futher announcements. stance, commercial fertilizer is selling fertilizer.
Childhood reigned supreme in L.H.S. April 1 when the seniors
returned to their youth.
Schmidt have a bouncing good time at a game of jacks.. These
Slated For 11:20 Today
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