New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 16, 2003, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 16, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 16, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page I clubs and organizations aw encouraged to sham photographs of their special events with I Send submissions to Features Editor Brian He tan be contacted i j CATCH the Photo submitted Four teams of Industrial Technology students in Jim Maxwells classes at Canyon High tried dropping an egg 100 feet without breaking and three Students learned about the law of mass and aerodynamfcs as they designed a container for their One egg that sur vived the fall was in the center of a cardboard wrapped in foam and suspended by an elaborate labyrinth of rubber It was designed by Daniel and Colton Team member Michael Garrett is not Photo submitted Carl Schurz Elementary thirdgraders Brandon DeHoyos and Bailey Martinez rotate through stations during CATCH the Fitness Fever Day CATCH Coordinated Approach to Child Health has been approved by the Texas Education Agency as a program schools may use to meet require ments of Texas legislation that mandates physical fitness heart disease and diabetes be addressed in the curriculum by Photo Courtesy of Comal ISO Seventhgraders at Canyon Middle designed ramps to safely deliver a box of glassware from the loft to the ground floor as partof their science class with Stef The physics project used Newtons laws of Students took on the of industrial engineers working at a glass ware company and constructed a cart to transport the The designaramp winners were Ali background with and Elizabeth Runnerups were Ricky Waugh arid Daniel Scholarship essays Essays will be accepted from Comal County Youth Homemaking and Art Fair participants for scholarship s Applicants must have com pleted their junior year in high entered their senior year in and participated in the Comal County Youth Homemaking and Art Fair during high Applications should be made in the form of a 250 word essay that includes an introduction of the a brief history of the appli cants involvement in the fair goals and future plans and should explain how the schol arship will benefit these The essay will be judged on punctua tion and The appli cant should be planning to attend college or an institute of higher learning beyond the high school Participa tion of the applicant of the applicants in the will considered in choosing a scholarship Send essays to Deborah 2891 Hunter New Braunfels 78132 Whipple earns choirhonor Taylor an eighth grader at Canyon recently third chair tenor in the Middle School Region Whipple attend ed the Middle School Concert at MadisonHigh in San His parents are John and Tirnmie Whipple of New His choir teacher is Susan Newcomers Club Speaker for the first meeting of the Newcomers Club in 2004 will be Beth She will speak about post cards from the She has trav eled Activities for month 14 Gold smith Factory tour Lunch Central Chairperson Erv 22 Riv er Cruise and Eagle lunch on the shopping in Burnet after Chair person Charlie 620 The ongoing the writing card set of differ ent pictures of New is still available at per set of 10 cards and Those who have lived in the New Braunfels area more than five years and wish to becom0 a member can write the board of directors or President Elly 628 Mission View New Braunfels Fret ling graduates Ginger Freiling earned a master of arts inlibrary and information science from the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign on schol arship from her Baxter where she is a Web She is the daughter of Wayne and Georgia Freiling of Neyv Braunfels and has resided in Chicago since DAR meeting Captain James Jack Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution mettibers were greeted with a festive Christ mas atmosphere far the December Hostesses pit Justiss and Wanda Perry added spir it withJholiday Jan Baertl introduced three chapter Good Citizens and their Stu dents recognized were Cova of Smithson Kay la of Canyon High and Ryan of New Bratmfels High They were presented DAR Good Cit izen Certificates and The band composed of Orvil Chester Bueche and Bet ty Haas presented selected Christmas music with solos by Rosie Regent Marydean Motz presided over the DAR assisted by Chaplain Vesta June Brewster and Fairy Justiss gave the president generals June Brew ster discussed the hunting and equestrian powers of the Comanche in the Indian Guest and prospective mem ber Browning was intro Chairman Fritzie Cox gave a report from the nominating committee for 200406 Mary Frances Colson closed the meeting with a HERALD To place an ad call 6259144 or 18774099860 Fax 6251224 5 LOCAL JOBS NATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES yanfanj i Garage Sales Auctions Estate Sales Lost Found Legal Notices 100150 A PUBLIC SALE will be conducted at Bs 868 State Hwy 45 New Texas 78130 at on Tuesday December Contents of units rent ed Rebecca Phillis Wylie Felix Carrie John Amanda Pelos Tim A resejyes the rjgh cprfeptly f cancel any advertisement creTdlJ supejryjs flnanclaUy liable IE FIRST PAY It runs fpt errors Maplllty liMnbt Jes0 Ihe stpf the Cats Pets PITBULLS American Red Nose Carver parents on 6 6 5 830 Cynthia Leos the con tents of these units will to the highest bid der for These units contain hand household office filing and miscellaneous This sale is held to satisfy a Property owner lien in accordance with the Chapter 59 Texas Property The public is invited New Braunfels Humane Society Canyon Lake Animal Shelter HI Im The nice folks here at Canyon Shelter think Im a Spaniel They tiks care gf 12 years Qld tan In color and AS sweet as Is so oyaWe mat you just fall right in love with wjsfHe n e l and loves to run after you with to hope that yen have a M or toy with He fetches and ste on l9tt Burwete MounWg Mix Mate 2 years old He ori commmSimm most of the and around 2 ywrs old and Is ajale 2 years otdtri She a one 59 J vycjuJsj apy Im 9 njoflfts to I year SJjelfer OMI Prlvite Conference Center pri vate ftrly fer Christmas 62QQ307 APPPTAFRIgNPII Canyon Lake Animal 8309Q5 7397 All animals have current Hours MF all major 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