The West News (West, Tex.), Vol. 103, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 1, 1993 Page: 4 of 12
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The West News - Thursday, July 1,1993
Philip Howard receives scholastic honors YVOTM6 Popp, Jeffrey ScOtt Reddell
exchange vows Saturday, June 5 in West
flted as KalutAtnrian nf his senior class ihnaMM ^ *'
. ■ ' Miss Yvonne Marie Popp and Mr.
■ _ ‘ Jeffrey Scott Reddcl’ were united in
'Cfi marriageat 11 a.n. Situ 1 ■ ,■ I >i.*r
kfjj "«■ 1993 at St. Mary's Cat V ojclt s f
il the As’\ v.ptjrn. Father Ed Karasek
PerfoftTI4 - ' v ' 'emony.
The b; idc is .,«e daughter of Mr.
WWmSBi and Mrs. Leo R. Popp of Waco.
’ ^ 8roorn !S *he son of Mr. and
Mrs‘Terry F- Reddell, Sr. of Hubbard.
J S Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Anton
\lj. < fyjjpgjt; „>’* f\ o 1 Rejcek of West and Mrs. E. E. Reddell
Attending as Matron of Honor was
InSra^lsl ’] the bride's sister, Marsha VanPelL Best
man was Terry F, Reddell, Jr., the
JfflHHI Flower Girls were Marie Van Felt
and Autumn Popp, both nieces of the
Philip 0. Howard bride. Ring Bearer was Nicholas Van
them to take advantage of their op- pelt, nephew of the bride,
portunities for higher education and Ushers were Roby Urbanovsky,
will serve as an exam ple for other Floyd Wojf Gerald Kutscherousky
aspiring young men and women. Our mA Darrell Picha
nation will benefit from the fullest RegisteredReSptra-
development of this intellectural re- Therapist and ,he ^ is a
tytng t est. com- A, Highlands High School, Philip
ave shown excep- was jnvo|vetj jn numerous activities
omise by placing jn ^ church, community,
e percent of more c,ubs and offices.
irogram entrants, Some of the activities and honors
stateG includes: vice president of student
ormance o com- councj| newSpaper staff writer,
in th.s extremely honor ^u, Latinoutstanding achieve-
Program an the men, award gghool play, leader in
contribution to he ECY0 ch } school
.ese scholastically chojr> ^ boy> volunteer work for
erve public recog- Mjssionaries of charity, Meals on
le honor these stu- wheelS( Righ, ,0 LifC) Republican
wi encourage party an(j Cardinal Mindzenty Foun-
dation, raised $7,000 for Multiple
aa j Sclerosis Society, competed in sev-
J allvIlQS era| Sports, YMCA referee, batting
in mmn c*'n'c 'nstructor> tenn's cen,er em~
r p|oyeC) organized a children's camp
y, daughter of Pat anc* USCF licensed bicycle racer.
tiave atiappyHuty 4tHl /
Mrs. Jeffrey S. Reddell
formerly Yvonne Popp
Two bits, four bits...
Tracey Eastwood assists some of the young cheerleaders while learning
how to build a pyramid during cheerleading camp held June 14 -18.
He plans to attend Franciscan Uni'
versity of Steubenville in Ohio.
Paul D. Benkendorfer ' Jarrett A. Benkendorfer Edward W. Benkendorfer
'> *y >..l »W8t6^Hw»Fnj®t(0Pvt||t«.'rM'(t'irti!aifi;niMUhW toutsS i>nuvjm'wt
Gary and Karen Benkendorfer of Scottsdale, Arizona are the parents of three sons, Paul, Jarrett and Edward.
They are the grandsons of Bill Benkendorfer of Torrence, California. Paul, age 2, has a birthday on August 28,
Jarrett, age 4, on March 3, and Edward, age 7, on December 25. Gary is flying between Hawaii and Tokyo for
the month of July as a pilot for Northwest Airlines.
ership Camps are >r Huddle Coaches
and athletes wh serve as Huddle
Officers in their k alFCA group. The
camp focuses on < veloping effective
Christian leaden ip skills and pre-
senting organize mal, spiritual and
motivational h< as for effective
Other types < FCA camps are
Athletic, for athli es wanting to par-
ticipate in a varie > of sports; Sports,
for those wishinj instruction in 6ne
particular sport; ltd Coaches/FCA ____________
Alumni for singk md married adults Who Among American High School April 1J960.
and their families Students.
Sweet ’16” and
never Seen kissed!
- s4 ; V . : *" f ’ :' r ;* v1
Lou Lou A Ju Ju
The West T Ball Camp was June 14-16. Happy Campers take a break with
Coach Damon Patterson. They are: Amanda Gajdosik, Misty Nors, Sarah
Damerou, Hayley Holecek, Mika Reaves and Tiffany Svacina. The girls
had a great time! Coach Patterson, Coach Woodard, Mr. Bonge and Jason
Janck were wonderful with the kids.
We Love You!
This is the second consecutive
year Deeter has received nomination
for Who's Who.
Only five percent of the nation's
high school students are included in
Who's Who each year and less than
half of one percent are honored for
two or more years.
Deeter is the son of Marian
Hudson of West and Steven L. Deeter
Sr. of Greenville, Penn. He plans to
attend MCC in the Spring of 1994 and
major in Art.
He is a member of the First Baptist
Church and is currently supporting
himself and his mother who injured
her back two yean ago and has been
unable to work. He works at
Kolacek's Kolace Kitchen.
June 29 - July 10 Open July 5th 9 a.m. - 5p.m,
OFF Regular Retail Price.
Missy, Jr., 1/2 Sizes and Children's Fashions
Designer Sample Fabrics
AU too familiar scene,
SAVE up to 75
101 E. Second St, Hubbard, Texas k-
111 a Main, West, Texas (lw«4>
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Knapek, Larry. The West News (West, Tex.), Vol. 103, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 1, 1993, newspaper, July 1, 1993; West, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth716566/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting West Public Library.