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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Education February New Texas Page 3 A CHS Drama Club Canyon High School Drama Club officers for the 198687 school year are from left Evan president Ryan vice president back Tisha treasuer Carol CHS Library Club Canyon High School Library Club officers for the 198687 school year are from left Ricky president and Troy vice NBISD Literary efforts take top honors at Boerne Several New Braunfels High School students took top honors in Saturdays University In terscholasttc League Literary Prac tice Meet in Mandy Henkel earned first place in poetry Peter Gerko took second place in both 11th grade science and as well as third place overall in Jeff Strateman received third place in German I and fourth place in prose Mike Rector placed third in Tammy Brasher took sixth place in persuasive speak NBHSs speech sponsor is Jennifer Sangermano while the science spon sor is Faye The German sponsor is Benno Fourth sixweeks ends New Braunfels ISD schools will complete the fourth sixweeks grading period The fifth six weeks grading period will begin Mon day Report cards will be distributed during the week of March Vocational students qualify for state meet Several New Braunfels High School students placed In the Voca tional Opportunities auto of district contest and qualified or Scott Weber and Mickey Rod qualified for state for their chapter display Stephen Scott took first place for bis prepared speech white Melissa Aguirre earned place in CISD Crossword CHSChoirexcels at competition Twentyfour Canyon High School singers participated In University In terscholastic League solo and ensem ble competition bringing home 21 first division medals and 13 second division Soloists receiving first division on a Class I solo were Rachel Christine Pape and Tonya Those winning a fist division on a Class II solo were Virginia Buchner and Dylan while Karen Aniol received a division one rating on a Class III The Chamber Singers earned a Division I Superior rating on their pop Those students who earned an Ex cellent rating of II on their solos were Tamra Jana Monica Lori Jen nifer Gwen Kelll Pamela Kimberly Judy Sharla Christy Williams and Allen Welch and the Chamber Singers qualified for state competition at The University of Texas at Austin May The Canyon High School Choirs perform under the direction of Jean SVHS German Club students perform Members of the Smithson Valley High School German Club performed comedy sketches and a sing along all in the German language for members of the German American Society of New Braunfels Tuesday at the American Legion Hall In New The German Club at SVHS is spon sored by foreign language teacher Kathy CMS pupils advance to San Antonio spelling bee Canyon Middle School students participated in a campus spelling bee with winners named to advance to the district spelling bee on March Sixth grade winners at CMS are Nlkki first place Chris second and Tammy In the seventh winners are Michael first Kimberly second and Stacy Top eighth gi spellers are Beverly first Matt second and April The district spelling bee will be at Frazier Elementary School beinning with elementary school competition Member of the Beatrice ManchaRodriguez took second place in the job The chapters organized by Lisa also qualified for Two photo panels took top John Arnolds1 panel showed him at work as an electricians helper at Comal Inez Villanuevas panel showed her at work at VOCTs theme for 198687 is Work ing through through NBHSs VOCT is sponsored by Gloria Star Shine students honored as lunch guests Twenty students at Lone Star Primary participated in an honors luncheon These students dined with prin cipal Evelyn Fanner at a special table on the cafeterias These students were chosen by their The purpose of this program is to boost students morale and self as well as to give the students a chance to visit with the Students who participated in this luncheon were Cari Rachele Sean TMn Maria Rosa Cheryl Russell Aiissa Joe San Steven Aleesa Kristai Gregory NickoJ Sabruja Wathew Jessica Andy Holtman and Tanjnjy at 9 to be followed Immediately by the middle school In addition to participating in district Spears will par ticipate in the San Antonio ExpressNews spelling bee in Dentist urges students to observe dental health Jim a New Braunfels marked Dental Health Week this week by delivering balloon bou quets to each teacher at Coma Elementary School and a bookmark to each He and his staff brought the bou quets made from a Diet Coke which were trimmed with sugarfree a toothbrush and a Smile America pin to wear during the Elks name top teenagers for February at SVHS Smithson Valley High School seniors Jullanne Bremer and Bret Rahe have been selected as the Elks Teenagers of the Month for Bremer is the daughter of and Curtis and Rahes parents are and Ernest The award is designed to recognize outstanding young men and women for their achievements in school and community They are selected based on their excellent record in school ac tivities and community Bremer and Rahe will join other winners at a banquet during Elks Na tional Youth Week in when one young man and one young woman from each of the three area high schools will receive the Teenagers of the Year Elks scholarship Middle school counselor addresses TEA meeting Sandra counselor at Canyon Middle has been invited to present her work Student Use of the Computer in Educational and Career at the Texas Education Agencys Professional and Personal Renewal and Informa tion Conferences for School Presentation will be at the LaMan sion Hotel in Austin to high school counselors March to middle and junior high school counselors March and to elementary school counselors May ACROSS 1 Some mags 6 A Roosevelt 10 later 14 Egg 15 Stopper 16 Show business award 17 Nonbeliever 18 Elemi 20 Thinner 22 Mountain spur 23 Irritable 24 Hair treatments 25 Sundry 28 Footing 29 Citric and malic 30 Wobbling 35 Color 36 Nimbi 37 de Janeiro 38 Full of pep 41 Flake off 43 A Farewell to 44 Rouses 45 Calls 48 Hindu guitar 50 Feeding area 51 Was a dead ringer for 55 Much needed 57 Religious sculpture 58 Silver grade 59 Monster 60 Inward 61 Emplaces 62 Foretime 63 Music signs DOWN 1 Soft drinks 2 Grapelike 3 Sleigh 4 Imbedded 5 Transmitters 6 High jinks 7 Tin Pan 8 Regretter 9 Before now 10 More adamant 11 Models 12 Coalesce 13 Force units 19 Whip up 21 Letter 24 Informers 25 Rendezvous 26 Ill do what PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 27 Grape bush 28 Voting group 30 Tallows 31 Ex heavyweight champ 32 Asian land 33 Green shade 34 Journeys 36 Girds 39 NHL team 40 Untrained 41 Handyman 42 Rifle 44 Allayed hunger 45 A medium 46 Expedition 47 Beginning 48 Scorches 49 Key 51 Baltic gulf 52 53 Coup d 54 Parents 56 Prime SARAHDUKE does her homework on the Education Page in the HvraldZeitunj FLORSHEIM you can choose from more casual clothing styles than ever And whether its 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