The Pine Needle (Kountze, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 9, 1966 Page: 3 of 6
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bus bee Little I heater s first pro- sented June 3rd and 4th, a light
uction of 'The Male Animal" by comedy to more than 450 enthuas-
ames Tfrerbert & Elliott Nugent tic patrons.
/as a big success. The cast included Evelyn Allen,
Silsbee Little Theater Inc., or- Shirley Gilchriest, James Leight,
amzed less than one year ago as jerry Boardman, Edward Grubbs, tions for four Texas medical facil- the facility to have 27 beds after
part of the Arts & Crafts Division jack Evans, Lance Latham, Eddie ity projects; remodeling.
f the Silsbee Public Library, pre- VanWinkle, Mildred Weiss, I. F. Fort-Worth Society for Crippled Amarillo Osteopathic Hospital,
” ~ (Cap) Eldridge, Teresa Dominguez, Children and Adults rehabilitation $627,000 to cover half the cost of
rers. Elton Smith and Harold Gardner, center, $400,000 to cover half the a new 52-bed replacement facility.
Miss Phillips, and .18-year old Directing the play, Mrs. Ann Rust cost of a new, comprehensive re- Senator Tower noted that approv-
nior at Silsbee High, is a mem- was ably assisted by Mrs. Ann Jef- habilitation center. • ai 0f the initial applications clear
r of the National Honor Society frey. Stage Manager - Jim Hays, Collin Memorial Hospital, Me the way for the medical facilities
Senator John Tower said today to cover
CONGRATULATIONS TO LOCAL SCIENCE TRIP WINNERS — Vic Norvell of Gulf States Utilities Com-
pany, right, extends congratulations to Marty Phillips upon her selection to attend the sixth annual Texas
Nuclear Science Symposium in Austin June 12-15.
Miss Phillips, a senior at Silsbee High School, will be accompanied on the*four-day trip by Mrs. Hen-
ry Donelson, a biology and chemistry teacher. The local participants will attend under the sponsorship
of Gulf States. Miss Phillips and Mrs. Donelson will hear and meet several of the nation's outstanding
is to provide superior students with
MARTY PHILLIPS ATTENDS ===
age high ability students to continue
VVlVlfl Texas, ” Norvell explained in an-
nouncing this -year's symposium
ied on the four-day trip by Mrs. participants.
(Dixie) Donelson of 108 Bower Rd., The symposium is co-sponsored
Silsbee, an advanced biology and by the university of Texas and the
chemistry teacher at Silsbee High. Texas Atomic Energy Research
The two local participants will Foundation, which is made up of
be sponsored by Gulf States Utilities Gulf Statesand nine other Investor-
Company, which will send 39 stu- owned electric utilities,
dents and teachers from its South- silsbee.'s two participants will
east Texas service -area. Vic Nor- join 500 other top-ranking high sch-
vell, GSU's Silsbee district super- ool science teachers and students at
intendent, said his firm will pay the' Austin conference, which an-
full expenses of the two delegates, nually features several of the natiorfs
"The purpose of the symposium foremost nuclear scientists as lec-
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
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Recognition of high academic
standing and ability in science has
come to anhonor student at Silsbee
Marty Phillips, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Phillips of Route 1,
Silsbee, has been chosen through
careful screening to attend the six-
th annual Texas Nuclear Science
Symposium June 12-15 at the Uni-
versity of Texas.
Miss Phillips will be accompan-
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Jennings, James C. The Pine Needle (Kountze, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 9, 1966, newspaper, June 9, 1966; Kountze, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth662624/m1/3/: accessed July 7, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar University.