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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 18, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeitung O Friday October Education CISD Eight CISD seniors receive national recognition as Commended Scholars Eight Comal ndependent School District seniors will receive Letters of Commendation for their excep tional academic promise from the National Merit Scholarship Corpo ration Earlier this month the school dis trict announced that Kimberly Hall and Sara Martin seniors at Canyon High and Smithson Valley High received recognition as National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists Commended Scholars include Bethany Constable and Marisol Cortez from Smithson Valley High School and Kathleen Bader Micah Davenport Ryan Foerster Wayne Kraft Erin Ousley and Arianne Wetz from Canyon High School Commended students are among the top five percent of more than a million students who entered the 1997 Merit Scholarship Program Marisol Cortez intends to be a writer and eventually attend Rice University I really want to travel after school I want to see little the small towns American countryside and American she said She is the daughter of Carlos and Ann Cortez of Bulverde Bethany Constable has college in her future but is undecided regard ing a specific university As of now she intends to major in child psy chology though pediatrics is a close second on the list of acadcm ic pursuits She is the daughter of Bill Constable and Debbie Kcrr of San Antonio CHSfs Kathleen Bader intends to study food science and technology or marketing at either Texas or Baylor She is the daughter of Steve and Dianne Schultz of New Braunfels and Walter L Bader of Napa Valley California Micah Davenport has his sights set on Texas studying either elec trical or computer engineering He is the son of Barry Davenport and Linda Miracle of New Braunfels Ryan Foerster stated he will attend Rice University concentrating on a curriculum He is the son of Gary and Georgia Foerster of New Braunfels Wayne Kraft is headed to Texas studying engineering He is the son of Bryan and Gloria Kraft of New Braunfels Erin Ousley will focus on chemical engineering at Texas and is the daughter of Dr Stephen and Julia Ousley of New Braunfels Considering an academic major in either elementary education or math ematics Arianne Wetz plans to enter Texas Lutheran University in the Fall She is the daughter of Jim and Susan Wetz of Garden Ridge CISD photos by Don Clark Bethany Constable and Marisol Cortez Smithson Valley High School seniors and LR Wayne Kraft Arianne Wetz Micah Davenport Kathleen Bader Ryan Foerster and Erin Ousley from Canyon High School will receive Letters of Commendation for their exceptional academic promise from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation Commended students are among the top five percent of more than a million students who entered the 1997 Merit Scholarship Program Cheerleaders show talent and enthusiasm CISD photo by Don Clark These are the members of the 199697 Smithson Valley Middle School Red cheerieading squad LR front row Shay Johnson Lacey Harrell Melanie Boehm April Kappus Brittany Leissner back row Rebecca Jaschke Christina Harris Monica Garcia Julie Stearman and Ashley Sellards 1996 CHS Homecoming Queen Court CISD photo by Don Clark Pictured are the members of the 1996 CHS Homecoming Court LR Jenise Harborth Junior Dutchess Damey Meyer Senior Class Princess Gail Gitcho Senior Class Princess Ranessa Reeh Senior Class Princess Tyana Michalec Senior Class Princess and Maggie Gottsacker Freshman Dutchess The Annual Wurstfest Celebration is coming The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung is publishing over copies of this years official guide so dont let your business be left out of one of the most highly read editions this year Publication Dates New Braunfels HeraldZeitung October 27 November 3 The Canyon Lake limesGuardian October 30 November 6
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