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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Students receive degrees Kaleidoscope HeraldZcitung May 8 Club Canyon On May four Canyon High School students along with their Cynthia Norris attended the state competition held in Corpus Entries in the state contest were Rosemary Ronda Celeste Mills and Mary There were 850 students from across Texas competing in various Canyon brought home a second place in offset duplication with a project by Rosemary Cordova and a fourth place in offset duplication with a project by Mary Norris This is my first year to we entered 10 categories at regional contest and of those six advanced to state competition where two placed over the others in I am very This year has been a learning the rest of Texas better look out next year Also at the state Bill superin tendent at Comal was awarded an outstanding administrator award for his work with vocational programs at Caldwell Eagles Auxiliary The fraternal order of the Eagles Auxiliary met for a social May 21 with a birthday supper prepared by Clara Doeppenschmidt and her The supper honored members who had birthdays in April and The meeting was called to order by President Virginia She turned the meeting over to the ritual team who initiated six candidates into They are Roma Maxene Betty Estelle Lind Hertha Braune and Joyce They were initiated in honor of senior citizens because May is senior citizens Evelyn Schwab and Bernice Ebensberger presented a program honoring past auxiliary Thiele announced that there would be a joint in stallation at the Canyon Lodge on May New Braunfels team The next meeting will be June 4 at Officers are to meet at Mission Valley Homemakers Mission Valley Extension Homemakers Club met at the Extension meeting room May There were 29 members present and 2 Hostesses were Hilda Pearl and Regina Brendas Travel presented a film on Highlights in The spring tour to San Antonio was enjoyed by 13 members and 3 Community Life Chairman Sylvia Brehmer reported the health fair was a The club provided some refreshments for the The July picnic was and information about the plans will be presented next The June 4 meeting will be at the Extension meeting A workshop on stuffed toys will be at to A covered dish luncheon will All members are asked to bring covered dishes and eating The regular monthly meeting will follow the Bring supplies to make stuffed Sewing machines will be The club will help the Texas Sesquicentennial planning Tom from Master will give the in June on Smoke The recreation prizes were won by Lucille Dorothy arid Elizabeth Residents receive degrees Twentythree Comal County residents were among the Southwest Texas State University students who received degrees during in spring commencement Former Texas Governor John Connally delivered the keynote address at the May 11 ceremony for students receiving bachelors and associate The graduates from Comal County from the School of Applied Arts and Technology were Robert Butler of Route Box New Braun bachelor of applies arts and sciences Russell Hanz of 1381 Rivercrest New bachelor in industrial arts Tomasa Lopez of 160 Vermendi New bachelor of applied arts and sciences Karry Kay Matson of 771 Laurel New bachelor of science in health education and Jerome Sike of Route Box New bachelor of science in KincaicTs new novel fascinating Annie By Jamaica Straus 148 Writing with poetic Jamaica Kincaid escorts the reader of her lyrical novel through the life of a girl reluctantly growing into a The girl is Annie born to doting parents on the West Indies island of Antigua at 5 oclock in the At the the moon was going down at one end of the sky and coining up at the The actually more a series of related short stories that mesh together with no friction opens when Annie is discovers that she is mortal and develops a fascination with This ob session leads her to attend funerals of dead people she doesnt even know but eventually she outgrows it and decides to embrace life As she grows Annie discovers that the once loving relationship she had with her mother is starting to Inseparable from her mother when she was a the girl now tries to find her own The search manifests itself in small acts of rebellion Annie steals coins from her mothers she plays marbles because her mother does not want her and she becomes the best of friends with a girl her mother does not want her to associate Annie realizes that all this is an effort to delay her coming of Her body defeats and Annie enters the world of albeit at Wbile Annies is a uneventful as are those of most Kineaids artistry makes it a PHJL THOMAS AP books editor criminal From the School of Brenda Castleberry of 115 Bridge New magna cum laude with a bachelor of science in education Donald Gaffney of 655 Loop New bachelor of business administration Linda Harst of 798 New bachelor of business administration Jay Herbert of 1000 New bachelor of business administration Faye Lynn Kohlenberg of Route Box New bachelor of business administration Greg Minor of 817 East Zipp New bachelor of business administration and Karen Dee Moy of Rural Route New bachelor of science in Graduating cum laude from the School of Deborah Anne Hausler of 202 New Braunfels received a bachelor of science in From the School of Fine Arts and Bestsellers FICTION Jubal Louis LAmour Chapterhouse Frank Herbert Family Danielle Steel Hold the Barbara Taylor Bradford Richard Bachman If Tomorrow Sheldon Sidney The Cider House John Irving Inside Herman Wouk The Hunt for Red Tom Clancy A Creed for the Third Colleen McCullough Ronald Birkelbach of 385 Giesecke New Braun cum bachelor of music and Daniel Neil McElyea of 206 Tanglewood New bachelor of Those graduating from the School of Liberal Arts included Elissa New bachelor of arts Julie Bianco of Star Route Box bachelor of arts Christine Cieslicki of 901 New magna cum bachelor of arts Holly Lynne Foxworth of 1345 Edwards New bachelor of science Barbara Holden of 37 Ridge New magna cum bachelor of arts and Alma Skid moreGibson of Route Box Canyon bachelor of Graduating magna cum laude from the School of were Kathleen Gajewski of 502 New Braunfels with a bachelor of science and Donna Vaughn of 1710 old Marion New with a bachelor of NONFICTION Lee lacocca My Mothers Hyman The Frugal Jeff Smith Smart Foolish Cowen and Kinder Nothing Robert Allen A Passion for Peters and Austin Loving Each Leo Buscaglia Weight Watchers Quick Start Program Jean Nidetch Grandmother Judith Levy Answers to 200 of Lifes Most Probing Pat Robertson Nelson pub Courtesy of the weekly newsmagazine FEEL GOOD AGAIN Attend The HEALTH and FITNESS SEMINAR Learn How You Can Lower High Blood Pressure Reduce Insulin Requirements Eliminate Arthritic Pain Control Weight Manage Stress May C of C HONORS 390 Seguin LEON Instructor NO ADMISSIONEVERYONE WELCOME Preparing for Saturdays dance show front row from Melissa Garza and Lisa back row from Rheagan David Houde and Tiffiny Berry Stepping out Students ready for dance production The curtain goes up at Saturday for Rhythm on The put on by students of New Braunfels School of will be at New Braunfels High School Director Joan Slocum said that the students perform in such a show every two This the production includes approximately 200 local and area Included in the production will be musical classical acrobatics in a fast upbeat show with students ranging in age from 3M to 30 Charles Rose will emcee the family variety We really have some talented kids here who a lot of people dont know said These kids will train with me until 11 at above and beyond their school I feel it is a real feat because these kids are the ones who are involved with choir and other school ac Theyre a good bunch of said This is not a but a regular dance I would stand these kids up against any studio in New York or Slocum The students recently performed in a contest in San Antonio and carried away 17 first place trophies out of 25 events Tickets for Saturdays show are and are available at New Braunfels Dance Studio or at the Working women need real vacation Many of the women who most need a vacation are least likely to have Women who work fulltime jobs and then come home to to keep sew and play often with little help from other family have the equivalent of two fulltime says Diane family life specialist with the Texas University Agricultural Ex tension These women may be in a double bind at vacation she Some tend to save up chores like house gardening or house painting to do on their vacation Others may continue to carry the burden of house cooking and other tasks while the family vacations in a cabin or The surroundings may but the work Employed women who vacation in this manner are getting no vacation at Welch They return to work but in a different When vacation time comes employed women should have a plan for using the timefor self Plan some time to relax com pletely when you do absolutely nothing and to do some activities just for Welch Everyone especially busy working women need some true leisure time on vacation in order to do back to work renewed and M M gfi 6294697 6259892 n H W M M ti m m New Braunfels Dance Studio Operating Since 1970 Joan Slocum 1117 Walnut Above Docs Guns Come Join In The Fun if Jazz 9 yrs12 yrs 13 yrs16 yrs Acrobatics 6 yrs old up Boys Welcome Ballet Tap Combo 4 yrs old up Experienced classes in jazz acrobatics will also be offered 6 WEEKS June 12th thru July 17th Wednesdays Vacations not charged for Call Joan 6294697 See what New Braunfels Dance Studio has to offer 1985 Rhythm on Parade A REAL DANCE EXTRA VAGANZA Call the Herald Classified
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