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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A New Texas Invention Convention February FFA Winners SPMSHETT Christy McDougald demonstrates her spaghetti cutter at Seele Elementarys Invention Convention Wednes Margaret Morris shows her improved hand Below James New Braunfels High School science teacher and checks out Mika THE IMPROVED HAND MOVEL DERYL Elders Rearview Mirror for combing the hair of the back of your head Below At the 17 Canyon FFA chapter Southdown Jody Tyler won reserve cham Clay walked away with awards for reserve champion reserve cham pion medium wool and champion grand prize winner Bradley Hollas looks pro udly at his Christmas Light Knot which prevents tree lights or other stringed items from getting pion fine wool Cole champion champion medium wool and Lance champion fine DERYL Smithson Valley FFA chapter show has lots of winners More than 175 animals were ex hibited and 48 trophies and prizes awarded at the Smithson Valley High School Future Farmers of America chapter show held 30 and 31 at theComal County In the swine Julie Craighead exhibited the grand cham pion market while Karen Haacks animal won reserve grand Charles Mahone took grand cham pion honors in the swine showman ship while Darryl Long won reserve grand The junior adult showmanship class was won by Donnie Mclntosh and the senior adult showmanship award went to Vivian Darryl Nowotny exhibited the grand champion steer and Chad Obituaries Schaeferkoeter took reserve grand Beef Showmanship was won by Kirk while Darryl Nowotny was the reserve champion Diron Wunderlich won the junior adult showmanship award and Arlon Nowotny was the champion in the senior adult The grand champion Lamb was ex hibited by Russell while Monica Slartz had the reserve grand In the sheep showmanship Startz won the grand champion honors and Rene Callahan took reserve Allen Eckhardt won the junior adult sheep showmanship class and Jean Startz was the grand champion in senior adult Following a steak showman ship demonstrations in the sheep and steer divisions were given by former SVHS students Diron Allen Justin Donnie Ray Mur Riley Jeff Gar ren Warren and Wade FFA sponsors at Smithson Valley are Scott Cunningham and Darrell Cole Reinarz was the lamb showmanship showmanship award and Hal the Shaun Soechting won the steer swine showmanship See more Canyon FFA pictures on PageSA Births Donald Brinkkoeter Services for Donald Brinkkoeter of Box 166 in New Braunfels are pending at Zoeller Funeral died Boyken Services are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for of 1464 Linda Hertha Nolle Services for Linda Hertha Nolte of 375 Camp will be at 2 Satur day at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Linwood Kennedy Burial will be in Comal died 5 at Colonial Manor Nursing Nolte was born July to Eduard and Hulda nee Dierks in New She mar ried Ernest Nolte in New Braunfels on He preceded her in death In Nolte was a lifetime New Braunfels resident and was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Survivors include two Erna Druebert of New Braunfels and Norma Goll of Seguin two Rudolph Nolte and Edgar both of New Braunfels Dora Schriewer of Seguin six 14 great grandchildren and one greatgreat Memorials may be made to the First Protestant United Church of McKenna Memorial Hospital and Juan Miranda 690 Houston 7 6 ounce girl and Gabriel Quinones 851 FM Number Seguin 8 9 ounce girl and Dennis Saur 3824 US 81 Number 8 6 6 ounce boy Out of town and Thomas Saenz of Round Rock 7 15 ounce boy on 30 in Paternal grandparents are and Thomas Saenz and maternal grand parents are and Wilbur Gray all of New Weather Water Watch Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards 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 Winds were generally out of the north at 1020 Early morning state temperatures were in the 40s and 50s over the eastern part of the state and in the up7 same up down 30s over West At 4 the temperature extremes ranged from 23 at Marfa and a high of 60 degrees at the National Weather Service The forecast for South Texas calls for rain ending Lows will range from the mid30s to the mid Highs will range from the mid 50s to the upper In North skies will be clear tonight and Lows will be in the 30s and highs in the West Texas will be clear and cold turning to sunny and a little wanner Lows will be near Highs will range from the mid50s to the low Early morning temperatures around the state included Fort 42 43 Wichita 39 29 59 San 46 and San Angelo Extended Forecast Sunday Through Tuesday SOUTH TEXAS Fair skies mild days and cool nights Sunday ant Increasing clouds and a lit tle wanner Morning lows from the 30s north to near 40 south Sunday and Lows Tuesday mostly in the Public Records Convictions County Court at Law Judge Ron Prichard Bichard Wood 6903 Silver San 60 days probated for two David Masoner to Susan Stotko Arthur Cardenas to Stella Yanez Civil Deborah Johnson Jimmy D Lucia Martin and Many Couch Tejas suit of Ex Parte John Wayne Writ of Habeas Ex Parte Edmund Omer Gacon net Writ of Habeas YOU PUTTINS Mi QN MAKfTHf CQHNECTIQH Imported lace Will Steal Your Heart We are proud to introduce the exciting new window sensation European Europe has enjoyed the romance of lace window dressings for Now homeowners across America are discovering the beauty of sunshine through Stop in and see our fine selection of imported laces and sheers Youll fall in love with the look of Hearts Ring Use Valance and Cafe Unda Flaw Shopping Center International Group UP WITH PEOPLE Invites you to a SPECIAL PRESENTATION at VISTA VILLAGE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY 9th 10 Atrium Room Everyone welcome to attend this Special Event 204 Vista
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