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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Education January New Texas Paoe3A SYHS Spanish Club officers Spanish Club officers at Smithson Valley High School for the 198687 school year are from left Debbie reporter Carol vice president and Lisa SVHS History Club officers Not pictured are Julianne president and Andy Ren VALLEY HOOL Smithson Valley High School History Club of ficers for the 198687 school year are from left Dominic treasurer Brian Mit secretary Gary president and Walter vice N BIS D offers twirling class A baton twirling taught by former New Braunfels High School twirler Michelle will be offered 59 through New Braunfels Independent School Districts Community Session I will be from and Session II will be from Both sessions will meet at The class will cost For more please call NBISDs Community Education of fice at HtraldZtitung USPS 377800 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Tues Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer JimWebre Editor Deborah Lawrence Office Manager Cheryl Carol Manager Maggie Lqmbardo Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Dana Editor Wanda Editor TomLabinski Sports Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Senior Citizen Dis count carrier ornery only 6 W Mail delivery outside Carnal in Texas 3 months one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to feawer New JANUARY w Many Unadvertised Specials Ladies SQ99 9 Ladies Knit Dresses ByFlamboyan Ladies Shoes By Second Generation Snake Skin Shoes Cotton Sweaters Collars Jeans by In Colors Mens Sweat Shirts Pants All Solid Colors SMLXL Floresheim Shoes OQ 99 Sport Shirts 100 Cotton By Read Worth Pants By Read Worth Fashion Pleated Housewares Bath Bugs By Regal Selected Thermal Blankets Aristocrat By Fielders Wall Clocks 5 Styles to Choose From Crystal Bud Vases ByToseany 24 Price Price Graduate says wisdom can halt nuclear threat SAN MARCOS A Southwest Texas State University graduating senior warned her classmates during graduation ceremonies that the threat of nuclear war must be She said that education has given her and other students the knowledge and understanding to care for the We all must share the respon sibility of removing this everpresent danger of nuclear war from our said Laura Kerr while delivering the student salutation at the 20 ceremonies at the univer For at any time it could destroy everybody and everything we along with all that we have worked for and all of our Kerr said that education is part of the answer to a world free from fear of nuclear During the course of our we have learned much about the she By better understanding the world in which we weve become more empathetic to its Only through ourselves can we choose what is meaningful in our but our education can provide us with a methodical approach to the attainment of this Knowledge once gained casts light beyond its immediate she Kerr graduated with a degree in She maintained a grade point aver age on the Ruben a San Antonio businessman and chairman of the Texas State University System Board of delivered the keynote address to more than graduating Self confidence and personal pride are essential for success and a wor thwhile he told the second largest graduating class in Southwest Texas State Universitys a certified public ac publicly declined to discuss subjects such as the economy of the state and the nuclear the quality or lack of it in foreign policy or the federal and state He said those subjects were too complex for the graduating he discussed personal values and the importance of family and As you start on your he your confidence will be We must not lose that pride of self that would allow you to accept a lesser opinion of There will be trying An important element of self confidence Is personal Escobedo told the Act and look the Be proud of your work and profession and remember that to produce good work takes just a little more effort than poor he He stressed the importance of loyalty to family and The only thing of endurance you leave on earth is he Pass on an unblemished name to the Never tire of good he but take the time to smell the Take the time to reflect upon and enjoy this wonderful SWT education professor Barbara Hatcher delivered the keynote ad dress at the Graduate School com She stressed the im portance of living with The five secrets to living with she are building into the lives of turn ing disappointments into enjoying lifes processes as well as lifes rewards and giving yourself to something bigger than you Local students among SWT graduates SAN MARCOS Twentytwo Comal County residents were among the Southwest Texas State University students who were candidates for degrees awarded in winter commencement The students were part of the second largest graduating class in the universitys There were candidates for bachelors degrees and five can didates for associate degrees awarded during the 20 Students receiving bachelors degrees from the School of Applied Arts and Technology include Timothy Ander son of New magna cum laude William Erben of New Braunfels Annette Fazi of Canyon summa cum laude Lisa CantuWithoff of Canyon Lake Darlyn Jistel of Spring Branch Laura Monica Miranda of New Braunfels and Hope Pfannstiel of New Braunfelsy cum j Students receiving bachelors degrees from the School of Business include Scott Cornelius Terri Drury James Ray Kanz Janice Sue magna cum laude and Jeffrey Dean cum All local business graduates were from New Students receiving bachelors degrees from the School of Education include Susan Bird and Amy both of New Students receiving bachelors degrees from the School of Fine Arts and Communication include Cathy Lynn Ciller Clark Tracy magna cum laude Clark magna cum laude and Terri All local fine arts and communication majors were from New Four New Braunfels students received graduate degrees during commencement Gem Bruce Lisa Stewart and Billie Elaine Stinson received their graduate THE NATURAL GAS ADVANTAGE Rave food To satisfy the toughest food a cook needs the advantage of a modern gas Todays gas range gives a chef better control over cooking Just a and a gas flame adjusts instantly to coofe your meals to Efficient gas serves up delicious So you can afford to put the finest food on your menu every For the same amount of primary energy it tafees to coofe one meal gas coofes twoandahalf
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