New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 24, 1996, Page 7

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April 24, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 24, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Calf Scramble winner During the Austin-Travfs County Livestock Show and Rodeo in mid-March of this year, Tammy Fey participated in the Calf Scramble event During this event the scramblers have to chase, tackle and halter a 200-plus pound calf and drag It across the “finish line.” This entitles them to a $1,000 certificate to be used toward the purchase of a registered heifer of their own, which they must raise and show In next year’s livestock show. After the yeer of hard work, and once they show their heifer at the Heritage Classic, it Is theirs to keep. The winners from this year are just beginning the process cf selecting their heifers arid have gotafull year of work ahead of them.Honor Rolls Nsw Braunfels High School At the conclusion of the third semester gndii$ period, the following New Braunfels High School scholars earned all A's. Seniors: Caroline Andersson, Kate Bell, Jennifer Blackstock, Melissa Boenig, Kelly Dark, Alison Damaro-das, Kent Davidson, Carlos De La Cerda, Tamarra Jenkin, Kristy Kaufmann, Josiah Kresty, Klint Kingsbury, Bryan Koerlin, Kelly Koksma, Anneke Kuehler, Kristi Underran, Jana Martin, Marin Martinez, Blanca Mata, Sarah Moscheau, Jennifer Owens, Mark Phair, Carolyn Pillar, Lorie Ramirez, Amber Rauch, Evan Renfro, Wesley Schlather, Ronald Schwab, Lilly Sidorenco, Trey Taylor, Kourtney Tuch, Daniel Valdez Jr., Casper Van Der Veen, Sergio Vargas, Lisa Weltzer, Amber Wenzel, Autumn Wray and Jason Wyatt. Juniors: Rita Acuna, Rebecca Allen, DeeAnna Anhom, Ivan Antosh, Heather Bangle, Mireya Blankmeyer, Saundra Blaylock, Roxanne Blue, Shelley Bredewater, Dillon Buhl, Cas-si Collie* Katherine Dewitt, Miriam Di Print!, Jinny Edwards, Laiira Flournoy, Jason Friesenhahn, Zae Garrett, Adrian Gonzales, Keli Guzens-ki, Crystal Haas, Harold Holtman, Wendy Holtz, Adam Johnson, David Kneuper, Allison Kraft, Shana Kraft, Ken Leifeste, Susan Leifeste, Kyle Marbach, Kendra Miller, Stacy Mitchell, Aleesa Moore, Nota Muir, Esmeralda Perez, Garbiel Perez, Megan Reed, Cherie Saunders, Leslie Scott, Guadlaupe Silvas, Jr., David Simmonds, Isabel Velez,, Jenifer Vet-terNRpbin Williams and Usa Wyatt. Adan^Maik Allen, Jason Emimwy Maria Anoka, Kyle Baker, September Baker, Stephanie Billick, Nicole Blackwell, William Brandt, Jacob Brooks, Marcial Gftdena, Sergio Carrera, Emily Coble, Esther Cruz, Joshua Davis, Stepanie Diaz, Dalia Escc/bedo, Katherine Faulkner, Anu&tdk Feltner, Heather Fest, Rebekah Forney, Gary Gaston, Tiffany Chiles, John Glassmire, Whitney Gray, Rachel Green, Elizabeth Grow, Travis Hillman, Alissa Hollmig, Kliff Kingsbury, Melanie Kocian, Rachel Langeihans, Chadwick Lindt, / Herald-Zeitung a Wednesday, April 24,1996 07A • Students explore alternative transportation Jamie McDonald. Michelle McCormack, Bryson McGuffey, Veronica Medellin, Mindy Minor, Michael Miori, Michael Perez, Laura Pulido, David Roberts, Lacy Roesler, Adrian Rosales, Kristen Santos, Carissa Schneider, Will Slaughter, Daniel Smith, Summer Smithers, Megan Snider, Jessica Sullivan, Justin Vogt, Erica Walther, Elise Waldron, Cory Weber, Casie Woods and John Zen-gler. Freshmen: Travis Albrecht, Jaime Aleman, Curtis Baker, Christohper Bartlett, Denise Belcik, Alexis Blue, Bryan Boyd, Taylor Brandt, David Brawner, Joseph Burke, Mitchell Camarillo, Virginia Carden, Melissa Carl, Andrea Cass, Ken Chapman, Rebecca Childs, Kellye Cunningham, Barry Davenport, Candace Davidson, Susan Davidson, Lindsay Denman, Robert Devereux, Casen Doeppen-schmidt, Aja Edwards, Jessica Edwards, Michael Friesenhahn, Raque-lle Garcia, Annette Gonzalez, Elliott Goodwin, Ryan Gorman, Melissa Halm, Brad Hartmann, Chad Hartmann, Nathaniel Hendrix, Andrea Hernandez, Christina Hill, Allison Horton, Lauren Janzen, Luke Jensen, Alexander Jones, Gary Kennedy, Larin McPeak, Jared Moore, William Morgan, Kenneth Mueller, Kathryn O’Neal, Heather Osborne, Sherry Patrick, Eric Poeck, Alice Reeves, Salina Ruiz, Laura Schultz, Stephanie Schumway, Eric Silvas, Jodi Slaughter, Timothy Smallwood, Stacy Smith, Aaron Stoll, Blanca Vazquez, Jennifer Velez, Yvette Villanueva, Nicholas Wallisch, Adam Wyatt and Rodrigo Corita. OakRun School At the end of the fifth six-weeks’ grading period, the following OakRun School sixth graders were named to the honor roll. Honor roll students were recognized at a family picnic at Landa Park on April 18. Distinguished: Justin Agans, Jaime Aguilar, Jr., Dominic Alvarez, David Ballast, Jennifer Bartels, Landin Biggers, Alison Boatright, Lindsay Bot-tenfield, Craig Crow, Jacob Dean, Marissa Diaz, Andrea Fuller, Amber Garcia, Stefanie Garrett, Tracey Gervais, Frank Hampel II, Kyle Jankowski, Reagan Johnson, Matthew Koenig, Derek Koepp, Jeffrey Kovalcik, Shawn Lain, Alanna Leos, Andrew Minnick, Britton Ouellette, David Padgett, Cara Panebianco, Amanda Pinson, Leslie Poeck, Kenneth Power, Tern Quiri-no, Allison Rader, Erie Radtke, J. Reininger, Brieanna Rhynsburger, Hilary Ross, Eduardo Salazar, Carlo Schmidt, Nicole Skalomenos, Ashley Smith, Kristina Stiles, Bekah Stol-handske, Regan Towal, Kelly Vaughan, Nicole Watts, Ashley Witek, Christopher Wood and Jason Wooldridge. Honor: Matthew Anhom, Ryan Bay, Joel Bell, Sarah Berg, Leeanna Boodee, Cedric Bowling, Brett Boyd, Emily Brocks, Charles Campbell, Mary Cardinal, Ryan Chambers, Amy Cline, James Collins, Misty Cornwell. Maria Cortez, Travis Dedek, Janice Demiter, Michael Di Fonzo, Jill Elmore, Shelby Farnsworth, Michael Finke, Samantha Fletcher, Jessica Flores, Nicholas Flores, Abigail Foster, Dorian Galindo, Elizabeth Galindo, Alissa Gathany, Julissa Gonzales, Thomas Gonzalez, Tasha Granzin, Colleen Green, Abby Hairier, Matthew Halm, Sheena Hannan, Shayne Hanover, Clint Hendry, Tiffany Hoffmann, Jessica Holden, Kristi Howell, Jessica Hughes, Amanda Hunt, Phillip Janzen, Amanda Johnson, Colin Johnson, Ashlee Joost, Christopher Krejci, Vanessa Lara, Clinton Laubach, Alison Leach, Amanda Lopez, Michelle Lindt, Thomas Maracek, Pamela Martinez, Kelli Mayfield, Nicholas Mayo, Gatlyn McDonald, Jessica Medrano, Amanda MilamTAlisdn Moore, Debra Morgan," Dane Musto, Kristi Myers? Paula Ferric, Stephanie Ramirez, Tiffany Ramirez, Ashley Rauch, Heather Rauch, Ryan Reeves, Mark Richards, Jennifer Roberts, Trixie Rosales, Alicia Rollo, John Schluter, Tracy Schmid, Robert Scranton, Abigail Smith, Amanda Springer, Amanda Stauffer, Jennifer Stocking, Chase Taylor, Carl Tepe, Nicholas Thornton, Jennifer Van Delden, Rebecca Wallace, Jonathan Watt, Ashley Werster-fer, Kasey Wilson, Stacy Yzaguirre and Amy Zamora. By LESLIE SCOTT and USA WYATT Special to the Herald-Zeitung In order to promote a safer, cleaner environment and saving energy, the New Braunfels High School Student Council created an Alternative Modes of Transportation and Car Pool Week. On Monday, the student council members kicked off die week by holding a “stuff a truck bed” class competition. The bed of a truck, instead of die usual Volkswagen bug, was enclosed by netting so that people who suffer from claustrophobia would feel safer and more comfortable. The seniors were victorious, with more than 14 people stuffed in the truck bed. On Tuesday, bus riders received candy and encouragement cards in appreciation for their continued use of car pool methods. On Wednesday, council members took a survey of people who car pooled, people who wore seat belts, and people who came to school by alternative modes. By taking the survey, students can be made aware of the need to car pool and find more energy-conscious transportation. On Thursday, a contest was held for the largest seat belt wearing car pool. Lupe Silvas won die competition with five Demonstrating alternative modes of transportation are Kate Bell and Usa Weltzer. Kate rode her bicycle to school and Usa had her dog pull her while she wore roller blades. people buckled up in his car. Friday, the contest for the most creative alternative mode of transportation was held. Lisa Weltzer, with her dog pulling her, skated past the competition in her roller blades. The week was a great success in promoting car pooling and more environmentally and energy efficient ways of transportation. (Leslie Scott and Usa Wyatt are Eco-Energy and Safety chain of die NBHS Student Council.) Memorial tree dedication to be held for Sheldon Lindsey tomorrow at SVHS A memorial tree dedication ceremony for Sheldon Lindsey will be held on the front lawn of Smithson Valley School on Thursday, April 25,1996, at 3:35 p.m. Sheldon Lindsey, a SVHS senior, passed away March 13,1996, just four days after celebrating his 18th birthday. The Lindsey family moved to Smithson Valley from Georgetown at the beginning of the 1994-95 school year. While at SVHS, Sheldon Lindsey was involved in research and development, construction graphics, computer applications, agriculture courses, and was an active member of the Technology Students of America. His love for radio controlled cars, enabled him to win the regional competition and advance to the state competition, where he placed second. Outside of school, his interests included his car, and more importantly, his car stereo. He was in the process of finishing a CAD (computer assisted design) electronic presentation drawing of his Rockford Fosgate Amplifier. “Sheldon was a very neat and precise draftsman, who had a lot of friends. He was always a quiet and helpful student with a smile on his free. It was a joy knowing Sheldon Lindsey, and he will be missed,” said Scott Stoore, SVHS industrial technology teacher. Lakefest features tournaments from fishing to tennis lf you are a runner or a walker, fever of horseshoes, bass fisherman, golf aficionado or tennis buff, Lakefest *96 is for you! Not to mention the Cajun crawfish feast and barbecue, auctioji 'arid dahce to music by Frlihdslimsf-mony from 4 to 7 p.m. and Cross Country at 8. It’s an all-day event for the whole family, Saturday, May 4, at the Dam Red Bam at the Canyon Dam out at Canyon Lake. All proceeds go to die Comal County Chapters of MHMR and Habitat for Humanity. The Herald-Zeitung Lakefest *96 5-K (3.1 mile) Run/Walk and kids runs begin at 8:30 a.m. There will be an Elite Run at 8:30 featuring the fastest runners in the Southwest with the regular Run and Walk beginning at 9 a.m. The kids races begin at 9:45. Each registrant gets a fun surprise! Call Race Director Susan Phillips at (210) 609-5030 or go by Comprehensive Fitness to register and pick up your packet beginning Monday, April 22. The Horseshoe Tournament regis- great prizes, such as a Coleman Bort or a new vehicle donated by the New Braunfels New Car Dealer Association. It is a four-person Florida Scramble with a $50 entry fee with play nation ii ffbffl TITTdTaSgrithaf msr.Tr - Eftgiflhing at 2 pm at the Canyon Lake per player, winner taking the pot! Golf and Country Club. To sponsor a Men’s and Women’s Singles with mixed play. Call 620-6221 or (210) 935-2626 for information on the horseshoes. There will be Arts and Crafts as well at the Dam Red Bam. The Bass Tournament begins at dawn May 4 at Highway 306 at the Jacob’s Creek Park entrance, Canyon Lake. Two per team, $60 to fish, $10 into the bass pot for each team with the biggest fish winning the pot! Call Shorty Sutton at (210) 964-4038 day or 899-7608 evenings. The Golf Tournament has some tee or sign up call die Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce at (210) 964-2223. The Tennis Tournament will be Sunday, May 5, at TBM beginning at 2:30 p.m. The entry fee is $20 with a change partners in round robin format, mixed doubles change partners 3.5-plus. Call Leland Cox at 629-7525 to sign up. Forms are available at Kwik-Ropy in New Braunfels for all of these tournaments or call Susan Phillips, EVENTS! at (210) 609-5030. flonorfhy You’re Great! Sandra Vela, Lee Davidson, Lori Castilleja, Virginia Espinoza, Barbara Matthias, Myrtle Hildebrand : McKenna Hospital We Appreciate Your Helpfulness! . Maria Diaz, Cathy Feltner, Katrina Garland, Mary Brooks McKenna Hospital ** eh + ecretar ‘TfCvuySftecfttand *7euflon, Thank You for your hard work and dedication. First ProtestantChurchMelissa Garzoria, Veronica Frias, Lola Araiza, and Jane Wilson Thank You for your hard work and dedication!Alexander’s ROTO-ROOTER Nelrose Koepp, Tammy Hand, Mary Lee Hall and Deborah Tellis You’re the Greatest! 8 8 From all of us here at the New Braunfels Herald-ZeitungThank You! Mary Villanueva, Carolyn Wilson, Sandra Fisher, Margaret Villalongin, Anne Bryson, Karen WalkerMcKenna HospitalYou*re Someone Special! Gloria Lara, Myndy Twiss, Lisa Miskelly, Holly LehmanMcKenna Hospital ;

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