New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 6, 1987, Page 3

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas FFA winners Colby Goodson won trophies tor champion and reserve Hampshire Hog, champion Chester White hog, and reserve champion Duroc hog at the Jan. 17 Canyon FFA chapter show. DRRYL CLARK/Staff Phaf««ra»har ORRVL CLARK/Staff Plw*tr»a«r Susan Wenzel, left, had the grand champion • steer and Cole Reinarz had the grand champion lamb ©•RYL CLARK/staff PRsfrajAar Champion British steer went to Audrey Wise,    American steer and Susan Wenzel won the left; while Leslie Kincheloe won champion    awawrd for champion Exotic steer Chris Bass, left, had the champion Berkshire boo; Elizabeth Pfeuffer had the champion - Ouroc hop; Jimmy Maxwell, the champion Spot hog and reserve champion Berkshire; and Melroy Koehler, the reserve champion spot. Herald Ztttung, Nrw Braunfels. Texas    Friday,    February    6,1067    Page    SA Members of the American Association of University Women, from left, Ruth Sullivan, Penny Crawford, Katie Gordon, Julie DCRYL CLARK/staff PH—grspfwr Trezone and Betty Lou Rushing, look over the Remember Mama display for the women's forum. Women's forum Way to Grow set for Feb. 28 “Today’s Woman: Way to Grow’’ is the theme for a special forum for area women The day-long seminar will be held at New Braunfels High School on Feb 28 The cost will be $17. which includes lunch and a style/ hair show Participants need to register by Feb 13. “We’re really excited about this event,” said NBISG Community Education Director Barbara Doep penschmidt “There s something for almost everyone In addition, we’ve aet up special tracks for people to follow so they can set their schedule to attend workshops exclusively on managing a business or on health or on parenting or job skills “Participants also will be able to view several special attractions The American Association of University Women will have a special display entitled Remeber Mama .” she said “There also will be commercial displays, a quilt display and a display of work by women artists “We’re urging people to register for the forum by the deadline on Feb 13." Doeppenschmidt added “You can get a registration form by stopping by NBISD’s Education Center at 430 W Milt or calling 620-6200 " Following registration at 8 :w a rn . the forum will start with a keynote speech by San Antonio TY and radio personality Mary Denman She will speak on “Power How to Get It. How to Use It and Howto Keep It ” Immediately following that, eight workshops will be offered during the first session These are: Family Law. led by Ken Brazle; Career Changes, led by Diane Kraft; Colors. Makeup and Fashions, led by Shelley Smith, Alcohol Abuse, led by Becky Milstein. Sandwich Syndrome, led by Dr Marilyn Swinton. Active Paren ting, led by Rusty Brockman. Breast Health Awamess, led by Pat Blanchard. and Beginning a Business with panel members Delores Smith. Marian Benson. Delores Burch and Debbie Barnett The second session s workshops will be: Stepmothers, led by Dr Karen Brown: Re-Entering the Work Force, led by Maria Farrington; Nutrition and Diets, led by Gaudia McMahon. Brith Order, led by Dor-thy Chestnut!. Financial Planning. led by Stan Cunningham. Fire Prevention, led by Martin Mayer; TV. Toys and Violence, led by Elizabeth Brummage. and Financing a Business with panel members Bonnie Denson. Hanalore Brotze. Vicki Hollmig and Lena Slimp Participants will be able to enjoy a salad luncheon perpared by Pnsctlla Hanz and then view a fashion hair style show, coordinated by Larry Blinder, a local hairstylist, and Deb hie Archer of Salge s The third session s workshops will be Resume Writing, led by Diane Kraft, Parert’s Greatest Gift to Their Child - A Good Self Immage, led bv Dr Forrest Smith l,egal Rights for Women, led by Carter Casteel. Heart Healthy Cooking, led by Joan Lyons, Learning Disabilities, led by Dr Anita Stip-meks; Silver haired Legislature, led by Lucille Biegel; How to Shop for Insurance, led by Dick Koegle; and Marketing a Business, with panel members Willie Tyler, Eva Weaver. Priscilla Ferguson. Barbara Tieken and Mary Ellen Landry Fourth session will include the following workshops: Interviewing, led by Maria Farrington. Quality Childcare • What Makes a Difference'* led by Dr Beverly Schmalzned Good Grief - Growing through the Losses, led by Judy KovacsLong. Time Management, led by Sarah Fox Davis; Kids and Rock Music, led by Bobbie Mueller; Coping with Premenstral Syndrome < PMS I, led by Gail Post. RN; Family Violence Shelter, led by Alice Smith, and Home-Based Businesses. with panel members Vicki LaBonte. Anna Garth Clark. Debbie King. Melinda Winzeler and Jackie Schneider Following that session, local aerobics teacher Sally Kingsbury will lead a short workshop on stret See FORUM, Page IO A Herald-Zrilung (USPS 377 800) Published Sunday morning Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co , j 186 S. Casten Ave., or PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels Texas 78131 1328 Second Class hostage paid by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co at New Braunfels. Texas DAVID KRAM * Editor and Publisher JIM WEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Office Manager SANDI HUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL MCCAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROL AVERY Osculation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANA OVE RSTREET City Editor WANDA LASATER Lifestyles Editor TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates (includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall counties three months, $10.89, six months, $19.02, one year, $34 Senior Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only): six months, $15.83 one year, $28.69. Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: three months, $19.13, six months, $34, one year, $63.7j. Mail outside Texas: six months, $42; one year, $70 lf you have not received your newspaper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, or by 7.30 a m. Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p m and ll a m., respective tv- Postmaster:    Send    address changes to F O. Drawer 311326, New Braunfels, Texas 76131-1326. ‘ BROOKS M. MULLEN, M.D. is pleased to announce the relocation ot his oft ii es to 908 E. Court Seguin, TX • 379 6821 Specializing in: tar, Nose & Throat & Head & Neck Surgerv Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery What Is Soul Travel? Soul Travel includes many varieties of out-of-body experiences which expand the individual’s level of awareness to realms beyond the physical world. Soul, the true and immortal self, learns that Soul Travel is the most direct means of returning to the regions of pure Spirit, where each originated, as well as assisting in all areas of daily life. Soul Travel is far greater in scope than astral projection, and beneficial results include freedom, charity, & wisdom, the God qualities lying latent in all of us How To Learn More About ECK AN KAR: Free Introductory Lecture Tues. Feb. 10th 7:30 p.m. NBNB North 1000 N. 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