New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 1, 1991, Page 10

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 1, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Winners of the 0 to 3 years old category of the Best Dressed Western contest are from left, Samantha Marie Perez, second place and Victoria Stove, first place Winners in the boys 0 to 3 years old category are from left, Jeric Evan Bacon, second place and Clayton Kiesling, first place. Virginia Willis, left, won second place in the girls 4-7 category with Tammy Fullerton winning first place. George Garcia Jr, left, won second place in the boys 4-7 category and Daniel Phillips won first place. Other winners include, from left, Kim Hartman with a photograph, and Ben Kiesling, wiht an oil painting. Showing a rocking chair, his crafts division winner of the tri-color ribbon, is Ross Tieken. For a list of remaining results, please see Page 14. (Photos by Annelies Schlick-enrieder and Karla Wenzel) Alexandra Kejner displays her tri-color winner in the children’s division of arts and crafts competition. i Displaying a photographic winner are Shellie and Bert Linnartz. October 1, 1991 Displaying his knick-knack shelf, a winner in the craft division, is Chris Morales. Raymond Lusk takes his place with the Sheriff’s Posse in the Comal County Fair Parade — it was his 20th ride and fell on his 90th birthday Armadillo races at the “Put Your Armor On" booth were a popular Displaying exotic birds were Larry and Wayne Schuetz of Dutchman’s •vent. Emu Farm. This youngster apparently found the fair too much fun. Marie Bees, left, won second place in the gir category and Linsey Wagner won first placi Ronnie Smith took first place in the boys 8-12 Amy Fullerton, left, won most unique custome ani category.    Jennifer Baerwald won most original Chosen Comal County Fair Queen was , left, and Rodeo Queen was Lucretia Bock. ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 1, 1991

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