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Upon their arrival guests were assisted at the registry table by VaLera
Finger sandwiches, tortilla roll-ups, black olive snacks, and an array
of cookies which included blue cowboy hats, nuts and pastel butter
mints, with punch and coffee were served from a floral centered table.
Appointments were silver and crystal.
Gifts were opened and shown in the living room of the house. Though the
Brannons families were too far away to attend the courtesy party special
gifts were received from Mrs. Brannon's mother, Lucy Shenefield of
Waterloo, Ala., Mr. Brannon's mother, Ethel Brannon, Stone Mountain,
Ga., Mrs. Brannon's aunt, Sadie DeWitt of Mishawaka, Ind., and Mr.
Brannon's aunt, Bernice Scarborough of Columbia, S.C.
Joining Mrs. Golden as hostesses were Patsy Rogers, Jan LaStrapes,
Margie Williamson, Tara Workman and Gatewood. The hostesses presented individual gifts to the honoree.
She will be included in the 1997 edition of Who's Who Among Students In
American Junior Colleges, an annual directory of outstanding students
first published in 1934.
A campus nomination committee and editors of the publication have
included the name of this student based on her academic activities and
potential for continued success.
She joins an elite group of students selected from institutions of
higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several
foreign nations.She is the daughter of Antonio Lopez of Pecos.
Honor roll students from Pecos included Jimmy D. Horsley, Jesse O. Jaso
and Sandra A. Yeager. From Barstow, Criselda R. Lara.
Only students enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours who make a 4.0
in all courses are listed on the Summa Cum Laude Honor Roll.
Honor roll students from Monahans are: Kristi L. Boose, April H. Malo, Jason L. Morgan, Shawana R. Samuels and Robert D. Tarr.
She attends Marshall High School and is active in Spanish, Honor Society
and Naval ROTC. Miss Baeza's other interests are tennis, basketball and
She competed in the Little Miss Cantaloupe contest in 1986.
She attends Lake View High School and is a member of the Track and Cross
Country teams and a Chieffett, Miss Bradley's other interests are water
skiing, running, shopping and visiting friends.
She attends Balmorhea ISD and is active in Student Council and Business
and Professionals of America.
Miss Garcia's other interests are all sports and taking care of kids.
She is a student at Lubbock Monterey High School and is active in
Varsity Volleyball as Camera Manager, Junior Volleyball manager and
Monterey Marching Band.
Her other interests are Lubbock Junior Olympic Volleyball Club.
She attends Frenship High School and is a member of the Track Team,
Choir, Spanish Club and Health Occupation Student Association (HOSA).
Miss Ivey enjoys showing heifers and is 1996-97 Vice-President of the
Southwest Frenship 4-H, 1996-97 Texas Club Calf Association Junior Board
Miss Ivey has received many other awards as a Red Brangus exhibitor.
She attends Gilmer High School and is very active in volleyball, tennis,
member of FCA, varsity cheerleader, JV cheerleader (freshman), varsity
golf, and has been on the honor roll all year.
Miss Stocks also enjoys horseback riding, church activities, spending
time with friends, going to their farm with her father, and helping her
dad in the clinic.
She attends Fort Stockton High School and is a cheerleader, in DECA, an
honor student - won the State Championship in DECA, competing in Tourism
Marketing and Management (team of two).
Miss Young also enjoys gymnastics and aerobics.
Mac McKinnon, Publisher
Division of Buckner News Alliance, Inc.
324 S. Cedar St., Pecos, TX 79772
Phone 915-445-5475, FAX 915-445-4321
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