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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 17, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfelsjexas November News grandparents invited for Thanksgiving school lunch All New Braunfels ISO students will have a special Thanksgiving lunch on Grandparents of students at Carl Schurz Elementary and Lamar School also have been in vited for Were calling it an Old Tradi tional Indian Thanksgiving Dinner and were doing chicken instead of said Twyla who is the director of NBISDs School Nutri tional Services The grandparents are being invited at Carl Schurz and McNeely because grandparents are special people in a childs life and I think its important that grand parents take an active role in their grandchildrens Coming to school and eating lunch is part of Were planning on doing this in viting the grandparents at other campuses later in the McNee ly Students at Carl Schurz and Lamar have been provided invitations for their If grandparents wish to eat with their they need to inform the childs teacher by McNeely said the school nutrition staff had special plans for Fridays Were going to be decorating the cafeterias that day and there may be some pilgrims and Indians running Food Service that Second grading period ends New Braunfels ISD students will end their second sixweeks grading period on Elementary and New Braunfels Middle School students will receive their report cards on New Braunfels High School students will receive their report cards on Choir members qualify for auditions Three members of the New Braunfels High School Choir have qualified for auditions for the state choir while another is an alternate for this These students along with three other NBHS choir members were named to the district choir during auditions at Jud son High The three students who qualified for the state audition were Georgie who was named first chair in the district alto II section Jeff who was named third chair in the district tenor I and Wade who was named third chair in the district tenor II Bill who was selected seventh chair in the district tenor I is the third alternate in that section for the state Other students who acheived district choir honors were Legh Tammy Mitchell and Shannon Ten NBHS students auditioned for the district To acheieve these very high each student was required to prepare seven pieces of difficult choral literature and successfully perform them individually before a panel of three said NBHS choir director Stephen To qualify for the district they had to rate very high at the zone audi tion in In each student had to sight read a short A great deal of work and dedication went into the preparation of this audi tion and I am very proud of each he These seven students participated in an allday choir clinic on 1C and then performed at the district choir concert at San Antonios Trini ty Middle school band to play New Braunfels Middle School bands will present a concert on Tues day at in the NBMS main The concert will feature the seventh and eighth grade NBMS bands are under the direc tion of Al English and Ed Lone Star students have honors lunch Fiftytwo students at Lone Star Primary participated in Honors Lun cheons during the past two These students dined with Lone Star Principal Richard Free at a special table on the cafeteria These students were selected to par ticipate by their The pur pose of this program is to boost students morale and Students who participated in this luncheon on 7 were Lee Anne Jason Jared Megan Fernando Owen Meghann Shelley Ryan A1 ouzo Stephanie Serena Erin Joe Kelly Ruben Miguel Susan Gabriel Aimee Laura Joy Marizela Yvonne Ana Maria COrtez and Nettie Students who participated in the luncheon on 14 were Johnny Priscilla Juanita Sonla Evan Mark Clifton Suzanne Jason Beverly Teresa Margarita Michael Katie Noel Jess Jeffery April Elizabeth Joseph Drew Emily Michael Robin Joe Sosa Students who participated in the luncheon on but who were omitted from the published list were Edward Aleesa Ronnie Priscilla Trejo and Mike Lamar students place in bowling Several Lamar School students placed during the Special Olympics Bowling Area Meet in Austin on In the senior Carlos Molina won a first place ribbon while Nita Schertz earned a third place rib In the intermediate Dale Schmidt won first Jim Silver man took second and Sam Zavala won In the junior Tammy Brehmer captured first Jenny Villarreal took second and Gardenia Yanez was awarded third In the wheelchair Kit Bailey won first Accompanying this group were teachercoach Noelia in structional aise Bertha Chapa and sponsors and Fritz Deddie Dennis and Weldon Jason Nancy Inez Patty Villarreal and Pammy x Students portray world celebrities A Carl Schurz Elementary fifth grade reading class was visited by celebrities such as Thomas Babe Jackie Florence Nightingale and Mary Lou Retton These personalities were por trayed by often in ap propriate who videotaped information on their charaters as a book FFA elects national officers KANSAS AP Rick Malir of was elected president of the Future Farmers of America Saturday at the closing of the rath annual convention that at tracted more than guests and others associated with the youth was chosen from about HO candidates to head the group of six national Toby of Eagle was named Vice presidents named for four regions of the United States were Kipling of eastern region Cindy of western region Kevin of central region and Robert of southern The secretary and vice presidents will travel more than miles to attend functions ranging from chapter banquets to overseas visits with foreign according to the 86s ARE HERE HUNTERS SPECIAL ON 86 THREE or FOUR WHEELERS ON ACCESSORIES Servke on all brands FOREMOST IN LAYAWAY FOR CHRISTMAS GUN RACK FRONT RACK REAR RACKS TRAILER MITCH LT50C AITU5G IT430FC Dtia Range hai aM M LM25G ALT1S5F IT230C Shaft Drive LT185C LT230S Sport IT45QF Rancher haiaU racks Sales Service Parts Accessories 1111 Seguin 137204911 Their Diana Said this type of book report helped the students in several 1 think it encouraged them to read biographies because they pick up knowledge about different Jones It also gives them a chance to work In front of a video whichis theater And its The students learned how to from notecards on how to practice for a performance and how to use costumes to help the audience visualize the Students and the personalities they portrayed included Ethan who was Thomas Edison Eric Es who was Babe Megan who was Jane Russell who was Francis Chad who was Wilbur Tonya who was Jackie Jessica who was gymnast Carl Brand who was Florence Dawn Who was Tracy Chris who was Robert Dawn who was Olga Lupe Mar who was Evil Dodi who was Julie who was Tracy Ashley who was Marie Jason who was Alex ander Graham Doug who was Knute Patrick who was Abraham Lin Mark who was Albert Catherine who was Mary Lou Jo Marie who was Maria Michelle who was Susan An Darshan who was Benjamin Jennifer who was Melanie who was Betsy Donna who was Clara Barton and Tina who was Edith GED testing on Saturday The General Education Develop ment GED test will be ad ministered Saturday at the New Braunfels Middle The test begin at 8 and 10 The chief examiner is Nell NBISDs director of adult education is Leland A fee will be collected for each regular and Payment must be by cash or For more please con tact Cox at NBISDs central of fice or the Texas Education Agency GED Testing Division at 512 834 AIR Alamo Ultra Grand Opening 24 Fly in Breakfast and Poker Run for Ultra Lights from til Public invited to see the debute of the J3 Kitten and the J6 Karatoo to the San Antonio Area from noon Special offer of J3 Kitten Kit low price of Demo ride in the exciting 2 place seats J6 Karatoo and a Door Prizes Exit off 35 to 1044 and go 1 mile to Hill Top Airport on Right Hand FOR MORE INFO CALL 6251 31 3 Conventional Air Crafts Welcome OPENING November 18th TAMRIC Sales and Service 273 Seguin Specializing in Telephone and Vacuum Sales and Service We also carry Commerical and Residential Cleaning Supplies PHONE 6252844 Keep an eye on the news in the HeraldZeitung vrxX 5t PECAN FESTWAL MIVKMBKH 2224 The official Texas State Tree is the Pecan and Saguin has lonB been known for its Come join us in our annual celebration of the Pecan HarvestCountry Holiday Arts and Pecan Pecan of lots of Roodtasting pecans Saturday activities include Pecan Short Course 10 Cooking School 2 Dapce with music by the Coolaks beginning at B Dance tickets available at the Chamber office or at local Sunday will feature Holiday Arts and the Phillip East Family 3 and carnival All activities at the Seguin Guadalupe County For more information call Seguin Looking for Something Specigl for that Hard To Please Person We Have It The Perfect Gift A gift that is Special Every Day Relaxing Informing Entertaining Start Christmas Morning out right with a Gift Subscription to the New Braunfels Purchase your gift subscription now and tell us when to start We will 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