New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 20, 1991, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 20, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Education NBHS musicians rate tops at contest Lending a helping hand... New Braunfels High School student Dawn Lamsfuss helps a number of youngsters make masks at the Kaleidoscope exhibit recently hosted by the New Braunfels Children's Museum. Dawn and some of her fellow Future Homemakers of America Club members completed the required training and worked as volunteers for the exhibit. The exhibit, constructed by Hallmark, Inc., featured many "make and take" stations for area youngsters. (NBISD Photo) Individual band members from the New Braunfels High School Unicom Band participated in the District XII UIL Solo and Ensemble Contest on Feb. 16 at Texas Lutheran College. Unicom musicians earning a first-division rating on a solo performance were Heather Korb, clarinet; Roger Simmons, French horn; Scott Stratemann, trombone, Max Ebeit, euphonium; Katherine Tucker, bassoon; Kecley Kolacek, French horn; Jennifer Voges, French horn; Amanda Rayburn, flute; Cristina Castro, flute; Shana Hoffpauir, oboe; and Stacey Bruemmer and Laura Stephens, piano. Band members who earned a first-division recognition in ensemble performance are the saxophone quartet of Brandon Dietert, Tom Heyden, Brian Jackson and Dustin Lee; the clarinet trio of Kelley Christian, Heather Korb and Kristi Schwab; and a clarinet choir of Jamie Alexander, Richard Bourquin, Lynn Ann Carley, Kelley Christian, Joleen Evans, Carrie Friesenhahn, Monique Haupeit, Donna Rodriguez, Candyce Smelser and Alma Villela. Taking home second division ratings in their solo performances were Dustin Lee, alto saxophone; Richard CISD Every student's a winner in Bourquin, clarinet; Stacey Stratemann, flute; Jessica Burtch, French horn; Brian Jackson, alto saxophone; Christy Redding, trumpet; Dawn Lamsfuss, bass clarinet; Monica Halm, flute; Whitney Daum, bassoon; Adam Carpenter, tuba; Ginger Freiiing, bassoon; Brandon Dietert, tenor saxophone; Monique Haupert, clarinet; Sunnye Avila, percussion; Beth Ivy, French horn; Kerry Seidel, percussion; Tom Heyden, tenor saxaphone; Mandy Maxwell, trumpet; Chris Gold, clarinet; Patricia Martinez, trumpet; Joleen Evans, bass clarinet; Sharon Deltz, alto saxophone; and Sandra Smith, flute. Ensembles and their members who received a second-division rating were the brass quintet of Stacey Bruemmer, Bob DePasqual, Justin Dolle, Russell Shoemake and Roger Simmons; the clarinet quartet of Kristin Dalrymple, Carrie Friesenhahn, Donna Rodriguez and Candyce Smelser; the flute quartet of Monica Halm, Rachele Koehler, Julie Schultz and Carmen Smith; theclarinet trio of Amy Davidson, Tracy Gaston and UPHOLSTERY CLEANING Rose Zamora; the clarinet trio of; Jennifer Evans, Jennifer Heyden and Sara Koopman; and a clarinet quartet of Jennifer Evans, Chris Gold, Jennifer Heyden and Sara Koopman. The talented NBHS musicians are taught by band director Wayne Tucker and his assistants Betsy Hankins and Scott Hanna. NOON BUFFET $3.29 All-You-Can-Eat Pizza, Salad and Spaghetti Lunch 11:30 un. to 1:30 p.m., Mon.-Fri. only. eicopt whore Noon Buffet is served on Sundays. DME-M ONLY JERRY'S CLEANING cm SERVICES 629-1322 Sothof tho Th County Ant Sinet Ti77 Jet set jumpers Members of the Miller Point Elementary School s "Jet Setters” gave an enthusiastic jump rope demonstration for students at Comal Elementary School to kick off this year's “Jump Rope for Heart" campaign to benefit the American Heart Association (CISD photo). PURE WATER IS COMING! For more info.- 620-4733 Richardson Chiropractic Clinic 629-4488 Walnut at Hwy. 81 Most Insurance Accepted TWO LAME ONE-TOPPING PIZZAS $14.99 AVAILABLE ON PAN, HAND-TOSSED TRADITIONAL AND THIN'N CRISPY4 PIZZA. DINE-IN • CARRYOUT And Del (very Where Available I FREE PIZZA! . Buy One Large Pizza At Regular Price, Get a Large Pizza Free! Buy one medium pizza at regular price, get a medium pizza FREE! | (Same number ol toppings) I DUH’M • CARRYOUT I And Delivery Where Available I    ____ FAMILY FEAST $16.99 ONE LARGE SUPREME [ PIZZA AND ONE LARGE ONE - TOPPING PIZZA DME-M • CARRYOUT And Delivery Where Available SS? Smithson Valley Middle School's "students of the month" for January were honored with a breakfast in the school commons. They are eighth graders Mark Gardner, Liz Mathis, Michael Wagner, Christina Langenberg, Kathleen Kennedy, Joel McCready, Jason West, Toby Wagner, Lisa Robinson, Kelly French, Kendra Richey and Robert Falkenberg. Seventh grade honorees include Robyn Chapman, Bobbi Schulz, Enthusiastic middle schoolers place high Enthusiasm ran high as students from both Smithson Valley and Canyon Middle Schools fared well in University Interscholastic League academic contests. Canyon students took second place in overall competition, while the S VMS group placed third. CMS students won seven first place, seven second place, 11 third place, seven fourth place, six Fifth place and six sixth place ribbons. Their coach is Trish Czichos. AtS VMS, students took six first place awards, six second places, six third places, three fourth place ribbons, eight fifth place awards and seven sixth places. Coaches are Judy Barbee, Kathy Carlson, Dana Cole, Stare Dupree, Sharon Legg, Judy Mints, Eloise Moss, Gerri Punk and Nancy Williams. Theresa Espinosa, Jennifer Foreman, Tamra Reeininger, and Mike Hitchcock. In the sixth grade, honorees are Jeff Martin, Allison Heckendom, Scott Bradford, Dustin Beam, Colby Man too lh, Matt Marshall, Avery McEachem, Colby Slater, Jennifer Howard, Harry Farr and Damon Braune. Chosen on the basis of their classroom leadership, performance in the classroom and citizenship efforts, the honorees were guests of Dr. Patrick Hollis, principal, at an awards breakfast to which their parents were invited. Certificates were presented by Leigh Ann Dees, assistant principal, and Thomas Dunn, counselor. We prepare all kinds of income tax returns, from the simple to the complex. Whatever your tax situation, we can handle it. H*R BLOCK America's Tax Team — Put us to work for you! 138 N. Casted Washdays 625-3810 •yS"  Sat- Wednesday, February 20, 1991    Herald-Zs/fung, New Braunfels, Texas _  Pag#    7 NBISD Schaefer’s Detail Center Totally Clean From Engine to Trunk Guaranteed hand washed & waxed. Cars, trucks, boats St R.V/i 620-4733 Friendly Service 385 Landa Larry & Carol Ann Schaefer-Owners_ Fast Refunds IRS Electronic Filing Income Tax Returns $35.00 Filing Fee TAXI*AH. Inc. Pick Up Your Packet At: In New Braunfels at:    In    San Marcos at: Centex Office Canter Advance Business Systems Courtyard Shopping Center 620-3979    329    S.    Guadalupe 396 1027 Rlvercrest Drlve-ln Stores #1 995 Loop 337 625 9535 •2-617 Hwy 81-by Kroger 629-5675 Pit Stop Food Mart All Location; In Starkville at: Startz Cafe 899 2375 Pit Stop FOOO Mart 899 3696 All Seguin Area FARMQQ Diamond Shamrock Station With Electronic Filing, it takes about two weeks for Direct Deposit to your bank and about three weeks for a paper check. OO New Braunfels Young Woman of the Year "Pie*uhU Under the Sea N.B. Civic Center Fri. Feb. 22, 1991 7 PM Finals Sat. Feb. 23, 1991 Tickets At Door S3.00 Complete FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE for th# Entire Family Omni-Piua Universal Life and Annuities and IRA's-llighly Competitive Interest Kates For mors information phone or write to our local representative THOMAS G. SCHAFFER District Deputy Rt. O Box 148 Canyon Lake. TX 78133 Phone:    (512) 899-2731 HOYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA 2,70-lGth St., Rock Island, Illinois G120I-8645 Fraternal Life Insurance Since 1805 PUBLIC NOTICE This notice is to advise of an increase in Texas intrastate Directory Assistance rates by AT&T Communications of the Southwest, Inc. Effective March 2,1991, AT&T will increase its Directory Assistance rates from $0.40 to $0.50 per call. In addition, AT&T will no longer provide free Directory Assistance calls. Currently AT&T provides two free Directory Assistance calls if the customer places at least two AT&T intrastate long distance calls during the same billing period. Handicapped customers who qualify for exemption from local Directory Assistance charges under Local Exchange Company Tariff(s), or in the absence of a local Directory Assistance charge plan, receive special rates on other Local Exchange Company Services, are exempted and will continue to be exempted from AT&T’s intrastate Directory Assistance charge This exemption applies only to calls to Directory Assistance which are billed to the handicapped customer's residence telephone number. AHA jump rope program Students at Comal Elementary School are participating again this year in the American Heart Association's "Jump Rope for Heart" campaign. "Every student who participates in this program is a winner," said CES coach Joe McElroy. He said the stu dents learn valuable lessons in keeping themselves healthy and in volunteering to make an impact on the lives and health of others. Last year, 127,000 students in Texas raised $3.2 million for the AHA. The goal for 1990-91 is to raise $3.5 million and involve 140,000 students. ‘Students of month’ named at SYMS ;

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