New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 1, 1991, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 01, 1991

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Issue date: Tuesday, October 1, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldNew Braunfels, Texas Tuesday. October 1, 1991s • i\ * ■ HK I ' •rn'rn I « I? ” *    . <■*&- *1^-- jSa ' I #* * i The reserve champion fine wool cross market lamb is shown by Doug Basinger of El Campo, El Campo 4-H, Wharton County. Showing a dark Cornish, champion large fowl, is Travis Tuck. Displaying the champion bantam fowl is Charlene Touchet of Ponderosa Poultry Patch. Other winners in open show competition include, from left. Billy Stewart with a white leghorn; Charlene Touchet with the champion turkey; and with the champion of show and champion bantam fowl is Lindy Wright of B.L.&B. Wright. Cibolo 4-H. Winning trophies and ribbons for antiques are, from left, Allen Sowers-by, powder horn; Suzanne Phillips, doll sled; and Edmund Behrendt, old Bible. Taking needlework honors are, from left, Kathy McLeod, Verna Huegele, Karen Pape and Joan Broughton. Prize-winning afghans and quilts are displayed by, from left, Dorreein Hermes, quilted bedspread; Ruth Balog, afghan; and Mary Lee Vol}, quilt.    ] In the wildlife category, deer honors were captured by, from left, Bob Voss, Carl Smith and Merv Leppo Smith also won a trophy for his javelina. Other wildlife prizes were awarded to. from left, Bill Wimberley, elk; Darrell Dieted, mule deer, and Larry Schuetz, antelope. Wayne Schuetz won honors at the Comal County Fair with hi$ mounted bobcat.    • Best of show honors in needlework work captured by Melanie McKown with a quilted wall hanging. Displaying her painting, a tri-color winner in arts and crafts, is Erika Cole. Ashlie Smith displays her watercolor, a tri-color winner in the middle school division. Middle school winner in arts and crafts with a painted T-shirt is Erin Rice. ;