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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 15, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 A IHeraldZeitunqB Wednesday March CHS SVHS Decathlon teams battle Canyon High School Academic Decathlon members front row Larry Anderson sponsor Travis White Greg Smith Sabrina McDonald Sarah Goodwin Kathy Simmons sponsor and back row Tim Ousley Danny Johnson Cliff Gallagher and Alfred Denny By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Canyon and Smithson Valley High schools renewed their rivalry on the academic playing field recently as Canyon High finished in sixth place at the Texas Academic Decathlon com petition in San Antonio one place ahead of district rival Smithson Valley The Rangers of Smithson Valley had captured the regional champi onship a couple of months ago but the Cougars of Canyon turned the tables at the state meet We kind of peaked at the right said Canyon Coach Larry Were Meeting Anderson if you peak at the wrong time you drop off We did a lot more afterschool practicing after Academic Decathlon consists of sev eral tests students compete in at the meet Teams consist of A B and C average students Points are accumu lated through the various events In the Super Quiz portion the final big event the Canyon team placed fourth while SVHS took seventh Individual honors included Canyons Tim Ousley whose total earned him fifth highest overall at the meet includ ing a bronze third place in mathe matics Canyons Travis White took Members of the SVHS Academic Decathlon team not in order Jessica Nix Mike Novak DLane Compton Heather Smith Courtney Bobbins Mike Yamaguchl Jennifer Bardos Nathan Elledge and Tony Peyer St Anns Christian Mothers Altar Society will meet on Thursday March 16 at 2 in the Knights of Colum bus Hall The New Braunfels Multiple Scle rosis Support Group will meet one week early on March 16 instead of March 23 at Ryans Restaurant Col Henry Reeves will be guest speaker Call 6255568 for information The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild meets Saturday March 18 at at the New Braunfels Chris tian Church Fellowship Hall on Loop 337 Membership open to all The Comal County Scottish Rite Club will meet at John Newcombes Tennis Ranch Hwy 46 W March 18 The speaker will be Scott of Austin The social hour will be at dinner at 7 Bring a guest and enjoy an evening out Call Beul Wright at 9643154 or Virgil Gaskins at 6254403 for reservations by March 14 National Association of Retired Federal Employees Chapter 666 will not meet March 17 There will be a tour of the McNay Art Museum Mem bers will car pool from the Senior citi zens Center 9 am March 17 New Braunfels High School Class of 1943 meets Saturday March 18 at The Faust at noon For information call Rudy Schreyer at 6255352 Retired Eagles Activities Club will meet March 19 from 2 to 6 at Eagles Hall Members bring sand wiches and those having birthday or anniversary bring a cake or cookies New Braunfels Republican Women will meet March 20 at noon at bronze in the speech event Smithson Valleys Nathan Elledge won a silver medal in mathematics Tony Peyer received a bronze in speech and Jessica Nix and Mike Novak also took bronze medals Twentytwo schools competed in the meet from across the state with Friendswood capturing the overall title in the Medium School division In fact Friendswood students took home first second and third indivdual overall medals in each of the three classes Both Canyon and Smithson Valley competed in the Medium School cate Molly Joes Restaurant Darryl Pool County Chairman of Williamson Coun ty will speak on How to be effective in From Round Rock Mr Pool has been involved in politics since 1972 and was the chairman of the 25th Sen atorial District Convention in 1994 gory where they have been since 1992 93 Canyon captured a regional title in 199293 while SVHS was the cham pion this year In the previous two years the schools competed in the Small School class where Smithson Valley won the state title in 199091 and Canyon won the title in 199192 The competition is getting harder every said Anderson More schools are putting more time and money into STAINMASTER CARPET SALE I WwO SQYRD INSTALLED WITH INTERIORS 943 N Walnut New Braunfels phone 6253477 empty rooms Extra charge for removing carpet moving furniture and carpeting stairs TAX The following is a listing of tax preparing professionals POSPISIL TAX SERVICE On The Plaza 6256997 COMPUTERIZED PREPARATION HOWARD MCELROY and 755 N Loop 337 Suite A 6258942 Its not how much you make its how much you JOCHEC JOCHEC JOCHEC 457 Landa Suite H 2106066659 Metro Individual Business Tax ReturnsElectronic Filing Ydii or your business is invitee i participate in this tax listing which wii run everyday until Call Laura at 6259144 for more information While Market Items Last S Cancun Rest GRANZINS MEAT MARKET 1644 McQueeney Rd McQueeney Rd Granzms Meat Market Walnul Ave 6253510 MKT MADE BEEF JERKY DRY SAUSAGE HEAD CHEESE BLOOD SAUSAGE Monday thru Saturday While Market Items Last Fresh Country Style Spare Ribs Hormel Chopped oHam lb Beef Choice Shoulder 6 Roast lb Scnaefer and Schaefer Light 20 cans Boneless Catfish Filets Boneless Skinless Butterfly Chicken Ib Breast Market lean Smoked Pork Sausage Choice Beef Rib less than 10 Ibs more 29 Ib Choice Beef Sirloin Tips 279ib Bananas Oranges 7 for Red Potatos 25Ub Special Wed March through Tues Mareh 21 st Big Red RC 7Up Hires Crush 6 pack 12 oz cans 3Liters Frozen Cut and Wrap Beef Hindquarter Forequarter Youth show and sale set Saturday This years sale and auction will be held on Saturday March 18 1995 with the Buyers Reception at followed by the auction begin ning at The show this year will have almost 400 of our countys Comal County 4H members and FFA members from New Braunfels Canyon and Stnithson Valley High and selling their lambs barrows steers rabbits and poultry With this amount we are going to need your help more than ever It is going to take a county wide effort to ensure a successful year for these hardworking 4H and FFA youth We want to welcome back all past buyers and supporters of the Comal County Junior Livestock Show and Auction and a special invitation is extended to any new buyers to come buy and support our youth If you or any individual or busi ness you know of would be inter ested in buying or donating at this years sale or if you need more infor mation on how much it costs to buy please contact one of the following I Terrell Seeger President 2106257338 ext 221 or 210438 7946 Kenneth Fey Vice President CCJLSA 2106093119 Harold t Voges Secretary CCJLSA 210625 8922 I DONT KNOW WHAT I WANT TO DO BUT I KNOW THAT IM NOT DOING IT SOUND FAMILIAR WE CAN HELP HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS STUDENT ADULTS THINKING OF A CAREER CHANGE JNnrnn fm 2106084033 Gil T BOOKS WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave LA80A STATICS FULL BAR OPEN SUNDAYS FREE CATFISH DINNER With purchase of regular catfish dinner or off single order Expires March ti FROZEN RITAS Dally Til Jaegerschnitzel Friday Night Special w mushrooms potato stir fry veggie 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