New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 6, 1987, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung February 6, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Invention Convention FFA Winners SPAGHETTI CUTTER! Above, left, Christy McDougald demonstrates her spaghetti cutter at Seele Elementary's Invention Convention Wednesday. Above, right, Margaret Norris shows her improved hand shovel. Below left, James Skarovsky, New Braunfels High School science teacher and judge, checks out Mika Elder's Rearview Mirror for combing the hair of the back of your head. Below right, grand prize winner Bradley Hollas looks proudly at his Christmas Light Knot Snitcher, which prevents tree lights or other stringed items from getting tangled. At the Jan. 17 Canyon FFA chapter show, Clay Mathis, left, walked away with awards for reserve champion lamb, reserve champion medium wool and champion ■MYL CUMIK/StBff I Southdown; Jody Tyler won reserve champion fine wool; Cole Reinarz, champion lamb, champion medium wool; and Lance Jonas, champion fine wool. MRTLCUIIUIMfl Smithson Valley FFA chapter show has lots of winners More than 173 animals were exhibited and 48 trophies and prizes awarded at the Smithson Valley High School Future Farmers of America chapter show held Jan. 30 and 31 at the Comal County Fairgrounds In the swine division. Julie Craighead exhibited the grand champion market hog, while Karen Haack’s animal won reserve grand champion Charles Mahone took grand champion honors in tile swine showmanship class, while Darryl Long won reserve grand champion The junior adult showmanship class was won by Donnie McIntosh and the senior adult showmanship award went to Vivian Nowotny. Darryl Nowotny exhibited the grand champion steer and Chad Obituaries Schaeferkoeter took reserve grand champion. Beef Showmanship was won by Kirk Mitchell, while Darryl Nowotny was the reserve champion showman. Diron Wunderlich won the junior adult showmanship award and Arlon Nowotny was the champion in the senior adult showmanship. The grand champion Lamb was exhibited by Russell Dickerson, while Monica Startz had the reserve grand champion. In the sheep showmanship class. Startz won the grand champion honors and Rene Callahan took reserve champion. Ailen Fckhardt won the junior adult sheep showmanship class and Jean Startz was the grand champion in senior adult showmanship. Following a steak fry. showmanship demonstrations in the swine, sheep and steer divisions were given by former SVHS students Diron Wunderlich. Allen Eckhardt, Justin Henefey, Donnie McIntosh, Ray Murphy, Riley Startz, Jeff Dieted, Garrett Warren and Wade Renken. FFA sponsors at Smithson Valley are Scott Cunningham and Darrell Moeller. ■MVLCUUM/tMII Cole Reinarz was the lamb showmanship showmanship award and Hat Barrix, the winner, Shaun Soechting won the steer swine showmanship title. See more Canyon FFA pictures on Page3A Births Donald R. Brinkkoeter Services for Donald R Brinkkoeter of RL 8. Box 166 in New Braunfels are pending at /ceiler Funeral Home Brinkkoeter. 38. died Feb 3 CD. Boyken Services are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for C D Boyken, 75. of 1464 Cardinal Linda Hertha Nolle Services for Linda Hertha Nolte of 375 Camp St will be at 2 p rn Satur day at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev. J Linwood Kennedy officiating Burial will be in Comal Cemetery Nolte, 90, died Feb 5 at Colonial Manor Nursing Home Nolte was bom July IO. 18%, to Fduard and Hulda 'nee Dierks) Kloeppe.- in New Braunfels She married Ernest Nolte in New Braunfels on Nov 2. 1912 He preceded her in death in 1975 Nolte was a lifetime New Braunfels resident and was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ Survivors include two daughters. Kma Druebert of New Braunfels and Norma Coli of Seguin; two sons. Rudolph Nolle and Edgar Nolte, both of New Braunfels; Dora Schriewer of Seguin, six grandchildren. 14 great grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Memorials may be made to the First Protestant United Church of Christ McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr and Mrs. Juan Miranda; 690 N. Houston. 7 pound, 6 ounce girl; Feb. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Quinones; 851 FM 1629, Number 3. Seguin; 8 pound, 9 ounce girl; Feb. 4. Mr and Mrs Dennis Saur; 3824 US 81 W . Number 8. 6 pound, 6 ounce boy. Feb 4. Out of town Mr and Mrs. Thomas Saenz of Round Rock; 7 pound. 15 ounce boy on Jan 36 in Georgetown. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Saenz and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Gray Jr.. all of New Braunfels Weather Comal River......... Canyon Lake inflow. Canyon Lake outflow Canyon Lake level.., Edwards Aquifer. .. Texas Weather A storm system sweeping the eastern part of Texas brought light rain and overcast skies to parts of the state today while broken clouds covered the Panhandle and the south plains. Winds were generally out of the north at 10-20 mph. Early morning state temperatures were in the 40s and 50s over the eastern part of the state and in the Water Watch 407cfs cupid 1,043 Cfs (up 17) 772 cfs (sam*) 900.00 (up .OS) .... 027.S9 (down .07) 30s over West Texas. At 4 a.m. the temperature extremes ranged from 23 at Marfa and a high of 80 degrees at McAllen, the National Weather Service said. The forecast for South Texas calls for rain ending tonight. Lows will range from the mid-SOs to the mid-40s. Highs will range from the mid-sos to the upper 60s In North Texas, skies will be clear tonight and Saturday. Lows will be In the 30s and highs In the Sos. West Texas will be deer and cold tonight, turning to sunny and a little wanner Saturday. Lows will be near 30. Highs will range from the mld-SOs to the low 60s. Early morning temperatures around the state Included: Fort Worth. 42; Waco. 43; Wichita Falls, 39; Amarillo, 20; Brownsville. SO; San Antonio, 46 and San Angelo 35. Extended Forecast Sunday Through Tuesday SOUTH TEXAS: Fair skies with mild days and cod nights Sunday and Monday. Increasing clouds and a little warmer Tuesday. Morning lows from the 30s north to near 40 louth Sunday and Monday. Lows Tuesday mostly In the 40s. Public Records Convictions County Court at Low Jud«o Ron Prichard Richard V. Wood Jr., 6003 Silver Shadow, San Antonio, DWL $350 fine, 60 days probated for two years. Marriage* David A. Masoner to Susan A. Stotko Arthur U. Cardenas to Stella A. Yanez Texas DistrictCaurt Civil Piling* • Deborah M. Johnson v. Jimmy D. Johnson, guardian. Lucia Martin and Many Couch v. Tejas Tours, suit of debt. Ex Parte v. John Wayne Pieper, Writ of Habeas Corpus. Ex Parte v. Edmond Omer Gacon-net Jr., Writ of Habeas Corpus. ARE YOU PUTTING ME ON? MAK* IM CONMCTMN FOK 8AF*TYF~- Imported Lace Will Steal Your Heart We are proud to introduce the exciting new window sensation -- European Lace. Europe has enjoyed the romance of lace window dressings for centuries. Now homeowners across America are discovering the beauty of sunshine through lace. Stop in and see our fine selection of imported laces and sheers. You'll fall in love with the look of lace. "Hearts" Ring Lace Valance and Cafe Exclusively at China-n-Things Lands Plus Shopping-Center • 6^5-9639 International Group UP WITH PEOPLE Invites you to a SPECIAL PRESENTATION at WISTS VILLARS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY - Monday, Feb. 9th IO a.m. Atrium Room Everyone welcome to attend this Special Event! . 264 Lorn A Vista _ New Braunfels - ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: February 6, 1987

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