New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 4, 1987, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 04, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Education Sunday, January 4,1987 Herald-Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Paoe3A SVHS Spanish Club officers rn _ r WjM ■ Vi rn Wk'kwhfiii ,5v /,«* «>* sg&i? Mg? S^v' Li    '    • • >*;v. i> > * ■ ■ ■    ■ Spanish Club officers at Smithson Valley Woodruff, secretary. Not pictured are High School for the 1986 87 school year are Julianne Bremer, president; and Andy Ren (from left) Debbie Gottardy, reporter; Carol don, treasurer Anderson, vice president; and Lisa SVHS History Club officors 'ILEY Smithson Valley High School History Club officers for the 1986-87 school year are (from left) Dominic Perez, treasurer; Brian Mi! chell, secretary; Gary Fleming, president; and Walter Moon, vicepresident NBISD offers twirling class A baton twirling course, taught by former New Braunfels High School twirler Michelle Simmonds. will be offered Jan 5-9 through New Braunfels Independent School District’s Community Education Session I will tie from 4.50-5 im p m. and Session ll will be from 5::io-tt: :tu p m Both sessions will meet at NBHS The class will cost Ho For more information, please call NBlSD’s Community (education office at 021 Mi JIM). Harald-Zeitung (USPS 377-800) lf you have not received your paper by 5 30 p m Tuesday through Friday or by 7 30 a m Sunday call 625-9144 or 658-1900 by 7 p rn and ll a m . respectively Published Sunday morning and Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday afternoon by Mew Braunfels Herald Publishing Co . 186 S Casten A*.. New Braunfels. TX 78131 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co . 186 S Casten Ane . New Braunfels. TX 78131 Dave Kramer  Editor/Publisher Jim Webre ........Managing    Editor Deborah Lawrence . ■ Office Manager SandiHutter Retail Adv Mgr. Cheryl Brtoiowshi    Class    Mgr. Carol Avery Circulation Manager Maggie Lombardo .... Comp Foreman Gus Elbe! ..........Press    Foreman Oena Overstreet.........City    Editor Wanda Levator Lifestyles Editor TomLabinski   Sports Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal. 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She said that education has given her and other students the knowledge and understanding to care for the future. “We all must share the responsibility of removing this ever-present danger (of nuclear wan from our lives.'’ said Laura Kerr while delivering the student salutation at the Dec 20 ceremonies at the university “For at any time it could destroy everybody and everything we love, along with all that we have worked for and all of our dreams.’’ Kerr said that education is part of the answer to a world free from fear of nuclear destruction. “During the course of our education, we have learned much about the world.” she said. “By better understanding the world in which we live, we’ve become more empathetic to its needs “Only through ourselves can we choose what is meaningful in our lives, but our education can provide us with a methodical approach to the attainment of this wisdom • Knowledge once gained casts light beyond its immediate boundaries.” she said. Kerr graduated with a degree in physics. She maintained a 3.95 grade point average on the 4.0 scale. Ruben Escobedo, a San Antonio businessman and chairman of the Texas State University System Board of Regents, delivered the keynote address to more than 1,000 graduating students. Self confidence and personal pride are essential for success and a worthwhile life, he told the second largest graduating class in Southwest Texas State University’s history Escobedo, a certified public accountant. publicly declined to discuss subjects such as the economy of the state and nation, the nuclear threat, the quality or lack of it in education, foreign policy or the federal and state budget He said those subjects were “too complex" for the graduating ceremonies. Instead, he discussed personal values and the importance of family and nation "As you start on your professions.” he noted, "your confidence will be tested We must not lose that pride of self that would allow you to accept a lesser opinion of yourself. There will be trying times. Many .” An important element of selfconfidence is personal pride, Escobedo told the graduates. “Act and look the part. Be proud of your work and profession and remember that to produce good work takes Just a little more effort than pour work,” he said. He stressed the importance of loyalty to family and country. “The only thing of endurance you leave on earth is children,” he said. “Pass on an unblemished name to the children “Never tire of good works,” he said, “but take the time to smell the flowers. Take the time to reflect upon and enjoy this wonderful world ” SWT education professor Barbara A. Hatcher delivered the keynote address at the Graduate School commencement. She stressed the Importance of “living with abandon.” The five secrets to living with abandon, she said, are self-respect, building into the lives of others, turning disappointments into strengths, enjoying life’s processes as well as life’s rewards and “giving yourself to something bigger than you are ’ ’ Local students among SWT graduates SAN MARCOS Twenty-two Comal County residents were among the 1.339 Southwest Texas State University students who were candidates for degrees awarded in winter commencement ceremonies The students were part of the second largest graduating class in the university’s history There were 1.199 candidates for bachelor's degrees and five can didates for associate degrees awarded during the Dec 20 ceremonies Students receiving bachelor's degrees from the School of Applied Arts and Technology include Timothy Anderson of New Braunfels, magna cum laude. William A Erben of New Braunfels; Annette M Fazi of Canyon Lake, summa cum laude. Lisa Cantu-Withoff of Canyon I .ake, Darlyn L Jistel of Spring Branch. Laura Monica Miranda of New Braunfels, and Hope Pfannstiel of Nev. Braunfels, cum laude. Students receiving bachelor's degrees from the School of Business include: Scott Cornelius. Terri Drury. James Ray Kanz; Janice Sue Martinez, magna cum laude, and Jeffrey Dean Robinson, cum laude All local business graduates were from New Braunfels Students receiving bachelor's degrees from the School of Education include Susan A Bird and Amy W right, both of New Braunfels Students receiving bachelor’s degrees from the School of Fine Arts and Communication include: Cathy Lynn Giller Clark Tracy L Neeley, magna cum laude; Cark W Faust, magna cum laude and Terri Morman All local fine arts and communication majors were from New Braunfels Four New Braunfels students received graduate degrees during commencement ceremonies Gem Folmar Evans. 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