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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Mike Barbour Young men and ladies from Comal County are an outstanding group. They are continually Impressive with their achievements in academics, livestock production, athletics and many more fields of endeavor.Crossword H«rald-Z9/fi/oj/,New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, December 10, 1985 Page 7A ACROSS 1 "Call Me —" 6 Self-esteem 11 Belgian town 14 Expulsion 15 Madagascar mammal 16 Fashion 17 AC expert Nikola — 18 Be relevant 20 Courteous 22 Judgment 23 Sodium chloride 25 Inform 28 Refreshers 29 Camel-hair cloak 30 Freight unit 32 Spoken 34 Contest 39 Gluttonize 42 Realms 43 Toreadors' garb 45 Some jackets 46 Formulas 49 After OSS 50 Sweetsop 54 Remnant 55 Refuse 56 Caesar — 58 — Antilles 60 "--- Canteen" 63 Legal affair 66 Partake of 67 Knife type 68 The end 69 Three It 70 Flow 71 Meat pie DOWN 1 NYC music Inst. 2 Cutting tool 3 Supplanted 4 Deal out 5 Victuals 6 Claiming horse 7 Revokes 8 Little devil 9 Payable 10 Misdoes 11 Tolerate 12 Equanimity 13 Queen lace wild carrot 19 Souchong or bohea 21 Gave-- whirl 23 Experience Carolyn Fey earns national 4-H award And now, we have a truly great honor given to one of them. Carolyn Fey has just returned to Texas from Chicago. During the National 4-H Congress there, she was elected as a national winner in the Conservation of Natural Resources program. She went to Chicago on an expense-paid trip as the state winner of this program. As the national champion, Carolyn will receive a $1,000 scholarship from the John Deere Company. This is an addition to the $8,000 scholarship she received last June as one of the top all-around 4 H members in the state. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo provided that scholarship. This award in Chicago is the PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 24 Over 26 Bird shelter 27 Injure 30 Explicit 31 Fools 33 Part circle 35 "Scram!" 36 Provisions 37 Soviet hero 38 Elia article 40 Baboons 41 Georgia 44 Meal cut 47 Gazed 48 Asner and Sullivan 50 Valuable 51 Soviet republic 52 Inspirit 53 Downtrend 55 True skin 57 Obligation 59 Knock off 61 Beetle 62 Be obligated 64 Rep 65 Melody highest honor that a 4-H member can receive in the United States. There are nearly 5 million 4-H’ers across the country, and more than 1,600 of the highest achievers among them attended the 64th Annual National 4-H Congress. This Is a milestone, since it is the first award of this type ever from Comal County Fey had had other national-level honors In 1984. she was elected to represent Texas at the International Society for Range Management Convention in South Dakota. There she was elected as the President of the Youth Forum of this professional organization As the president she presided over the 1985 convention last February in Salt Lake City. Fey wrote a paper which was presented as a speech in South Dakota. It was titled “White-tailed Deer Management in the Kdwards Plateau, with Respect to Nutrition.” This was published as an article in the national magazine Rangelands Recipients of the State and Na tional 4-H Project Awards are selected by a panel of judges From the members Record Books, they are judged on the learning and growth experiences in their main projects, volunteer leadership, citizenship and community service Also considered are school and church activities, 4 H awards and elected offices, and other project activities in 4-H. Many other county, district and state level achievements have been earned by this self-motivated young lady. Last year, she was the State Project Award winner in Range Management, and attended the State Youth Range Workshop in Junction. She was a 1982 State Champion Grass I D Team member, coached this year’s State Champion Team, and was second High Individual in the State Range Management Contest The Gold Star Award was presented to her in 1984; this is the highest County-level award a 4-H’er can receive. She has actively helped to inform the public about Conservation through displays, speeches, and demonstrations. Several community organizations, including the M.H.M.R Center and McKenna Memorial Hospital received volunteer time from her. In school, she was tremendously active, being in the National Honor Society, Polka and Silver bands. Student Council. F F A etc. And in 4-H, she actively participated in 14 separate projects during her IO years as a member Having graduated from N B H S , Carolyn now attends Texas AAM University and is majoring in Range Science Her parents are Fred and Roselyn Fey of New Braunfels. Help Us Play Santa to 200 Needy Families This Year In Comal County!Contributing To The . . . Jfc. New Jwte BraunfelsHerald-Zeitun It’s that time of year again for what has become a tradition in New Braunfels, The Herald-Zeitung ’’Cheer Fund”. The Cheer Fund began four years ago. Our objective was to provide a Christmas dinner for those who otherwise would not have a very good meal. That first year we provided a meal for 60 families. The second year our Cheer Fund provided meals for 120 families. The third year our Cheer Fund provided meals for 200 families. This year again our goal is to provide a Christmas meal for 200 families. As we did for the past three years, we are again asking for your help. In the past, your response to our request for money, canned goods and nonperishable foods was terrific. And with your help this year our goal of helping 200 families will be reached. Our staff will volunteer their time to handle the packaging and sacking of groceries and our Local National Guard has volunteered to make the deliveries on Saturday, December 21, and we very much appreciate their help. The procedure for this year’s drive will be the same as last year’s. We will accept cash contributions or non-perishable food items at our offices at 186 S. Casten Ave. Names of contributors will be published daily. Pickup of donated food items can be made by contacting Circulation Manager Don Avery at the . . A Herald-Zeitung625-9144Our proposed basket; of food will contain... 3 lbs. Ham IO lbs. Flour    5 lbs. Corn Meal 3 lbs. Shortening    2 # 2 Cans Peas 2 § 2 Cans Corn 212 Cans Green Beans 5 lbs. Sugar 2 lbs. Candy Box Salt 16 Oz. Jelly 18 Oz. Peanut Butter 2 # 2 Cans Pork & Beans 113 Can Yams I Doz. Eggs 5 lbs. Potatoes I Large Loaf Bread Fruit, apples or oranges or both ;

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