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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 23, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                HeraldZeituna CJ Wednesdav October n Leadership entails understanding The Candlelight Pep Rally Committee celebrates completion of the lumlnarfa design Pictured are from left Jennifer Allison Leah Balderson Richard Grohman Leilani Parra Emily Mellck Erin Ousley Ryan Frisble Greg Nollkamper and Stephanie Balderson CHS Homecoming Week a big success Clinton Flume Guest Columnist This years Canyon Cougar Homecoming Game was a most memorable game especially for Miss Damey Meyer who was crowned the 1996 Homecoming Queen This was an exciting and special moment to conclude a fantastic Homecoming Week All Of the effort and work put into this week was greatly appreciated by all who attended the celebrations The Candlelight Pep Rally took place Wednesday night at the Cougar Stadium The student body joined together in the stands with their candles and flashlights to celebrate Homecoming The Candlelight Pep Rallys luminaries were beautifully engineered teg Nollkamper and Ricky Grohman The Aristocats cheerleaders twirlers and band participated in the Pep Rally by leading our spirited fans The Homecoming Walls were judged and awarded week The walls A cneative originality spirit to the school This year the seniors and juniors tied for first place The freshmen took second place and the sophomores took third The biggest and most anticipated event was the selection of the Homecoming Queen during halftime at the Cougar football game which was against Corpus Christ King The halftime celebration started off with the introduction of the Coming Home King and Queen Domingo Medina Class of 96 and DeAnn Hanz Tews Class of 86 were selected from the pool of alumni as this years Coming Home King and Queen As the band proceeded to play the introduction of the Homecoming Court began The were freshman duchess Maggie Gottsacker escorted by Curt Covington sophomore duchess Regan Price escorted by Jonathan Meurin and junior duchess Jenise Harborth escorted by Robert Renner Next the senior princesses were introduced The four senior princesses were Gail Gitcho escorted by Frank Mitchell Damey Meyer escorted by Micah Davenport Tyana Michalec escorted by Peter John Gottsacker and April Rheinlaender escorted by Greg Nollkamper This years queen selected by the student body was Damey Meyer After the game which the Coogs wen 250 all of the students were invited to the Homecoming Dance The dance took place in the CHS Commons and lasted until CD or IRA Maturing Learn about a safe investment that beats low bank rates avoids probate state inheritance tax where applicable and current income taxes CALL NOW FOR FREE INFORMATION OR VIDEO CASSETTE TOWFREE 18005963299 No cost or obligation Gloria Ins M82 River Path San Antonio IX 1H2M It was diskjockeyed by Cross Country Many students filled the Commons to get down and to cut a little Everyone had a great time at the dance which was a perfect ending to a great week Homecoming Week 96 at CHS was a week that held many special moments for many people and will not be soon forgotten All of the hard work that was put into this week shined brightly and thanks to all who made this years Homecoming a success So now the student council launches into Red Ribbon Week Oct 21 to 25 Red Ribbon Week is devoted to the awareness and prevention of the use of drugs and alcohol Clinton Flume is a representative of the Canyon High School Student When the boy was in the fifth grade Medford drug himself into the classroom Medford had big metal crutches with padded loops that he put his arms through forcing him to lean forward into a stooped posture his legs dragging behind him as he walked Each day Medford would struggle up the steps and laboriously move to his classroom seat After finishing his assignment the boy would watch as the teacher leaned over Medfords desk helping explaining encouraging As the boys played football or baseball Medford stood on the sidelines leaning forward on his crutches laughing along with the fun others were having cheering for good plays clapping when a team scored Sometimes the boy would visit Medfords home sit on his front porch and talk with him Medford never had much to say Nonetheless the boy developed a deep admiration for Medford who wrestled with the routines of life but never complained smiled most of the time and seemed surrounded by peace Medford stood apart He couldnt think or play like the other boys His classmates ignored him and never spoke to him or about him He was alone except for the boy and the teacher The next year Medford was gone No one knew where No one cared The boy decided to become a doctor He would help people like Medford He entered college with a passion to get his medical degree His high school classmates laughed at him because they knew he was a poor science student The young man struggled The other students were much smarter Calculus physics and organic chemistry seemed beyond his capabilities He felt almost like Medford The young man sat on his bunk bed looking down elbows resting on his knees arms crossed at the wrists Should he quit Or go on He wanted to help people He knew that What about being a preacher Or a coach A social worker maybe No None of these would do Doctors made more money As a boy he had been very poor Often the family would have bread and gravy at supper Two pairs of blue jeans given to him by his grandmother on his birthday were John I Walker Guest Columnist torn and ragged by the next year He remembered his mother crying when bill collectors pounded on their door demanding money she didnt have He would be a doctor He would be secure He would take care of his family He would help others Many many years ago in another state this young doctor was my best friend As we developed a trusting relationship his prime motives became apparent financial security first helping others second This story is told to help leaders understand that motivators are more complex than they seem Theres more than what others tell us when we initially get to know them A great leader finds out what those underlying motives are and helps others get what they want TRICOUflTYCIIRKT COMMERCIAL OR RESIDENTIAL or as low as pad Wood Flooring NO furniture charge Berber Carpet installed pad FREE ESTIMATES 8406 FM Canyon Lake 18005313153 210 8994692 The Deals are Better Becker 1996 Neon Highline 4 Cyl 4 Door Stereo Defroster DualAirbags Miles Green 1995 Ram 3500 15 Passenger Wagon Dual SLT 360 V8 Cass Radio Several to Choose From 1996 Dodge Stratus 4 Cyl 4 Door Tilt Cruise Cassette Fold Down Rear Seatback White 1992 Ford F1SO Custom 6 Cyl 5 Speed Tilt Cruise Cassette Styled Steel Wheels Dual Tanks Short Bed Miles White TopQuality Top Quality USED CARS 1995 Mazda B3000 Cab Plus Spd Airbag Bedliner Alum Wheels Cassette White Miles Becker Motor Company teed Car 1992 Oldsmobile Elite 4 Door V6 Cruise Cast Aluminum Wheels Miles 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him to maximize their talents He assigned his leaders tasks that fit their personalities and their strengths Leaders use the strengths of others by knowing and caring for them to develop a unified team that can accomplish individual and group goals John Ingram Walker lives in the New Braunfels area and writes a weekly column for the Herald Its About You and Your Family Vote November 5th A message from the League of Women Voters The Family of Michael Don Koepp wishes to express their sincere thanks for all of the comforting cards memorials flowers food and visitations We are so grateful for all of our friends ministers and relatives rwho hayekept us in their prayers during this heartbreaking time in our lives Knowing Michael will be remembered and live in the hearts of so many will help us endure and heal Don Jeanie and Kristin Koepp Therefore I encourageJ that supplications prayers intersessions and vivinv of thanks be made for all for and all who are in authority that we may lead a quiet and pcacable life in all godliness and for this is good and acceptable in tnc sight of God our savior 1 13NKJV Sale 1O October 26 SEIZED AND SURPLUS PROPERTY New Braunfels Utilities New Braunfels ISO Comal County Comal Appraisal District Comal ISO City of New Braunfels Prevlewi 1 0 4 Friday Oct 337 KUntfemam at Lakevfow Blvd New TERMS Cash or certified funds 50 Vehicles Buses Dump Tricks Tractors Equipj ment Computers Copiers Trucks Trailers Food Service Equipment Over 100 Seized Items Includ ing Gold and Diamond Jewelry Auto Stereos Coins VCRs TVs Satellite Dish CDs Speakers Cameras Typewriters Cellular Phones Much More Pleasant Auctioneers Int9 Uc Certified Ph   

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