New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 16, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas
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The essay will be judged on content, grammar, punctuation and spelling. The applicant should be planning to attend college or an institute of higher learning beyond the high school level. Participation of the applicant and/or of the applicant’s parentis) in the CCYI l&AF will considered in choosing a scholarship recipient.
Send essays to Deborah Koepp, 2891 Hunter Road, New Braunfels 78132Whipple earns choir-honor
Taylor Whipple, an eighth-grader at Canyon Middle, recently made third chair tenor in the Middle School Region Choir. Whipple attend
ed the Middle School Concert and. Clinic at Madison High in San Antonio.
His parents are John and Jimmie Whipple of New Braunfels. J Us choir teacher is Susan Bartos.Newcomer’s Club
Speaker for the first meeting of the Newcomer’s Club in 2004 will be Beth Dittmer. She will speak about post cards from the past. She has traveled extensively.
Activities for (he month:
■ Jan. 14 — Austin, Goldsmith Factory tour. Lunch at Central Market. Chairperson Frv Larson, 620-7149.
■ Jan. 22 — Vanishing River Cruise and Bagle Watch, lunch on the boat, shopping in Burnet after cruise. Chair
person Charlie Brown, 620-5093.
The ongoing fund-raiser, the writing card set of different pictures of New Braunfels, is still available at $5 per set of IO cards and envelopes.
Those who have lived in the New Braunfels area more than five years and wish to become a member can write the board of directors or President Elly Sampiere, 628 Mission View Court, New Braunfels 78130.Freiling graduates
Ginger Freiling earned a master of arts in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on scholarship from her employer, Baxter International, where she is a Web developer.
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Egg drop CATCH the Fitness Fever
Four teams of Industrial Technology students in Jim Maxwell’s classes at Canyon High tried dropping an egg 100 feet without breaking it, and three succeeded. Students learned about the law of physics, mass and aerodynamics as they designed a container for their egg. One egg that survived the fall was in the center of a cardboard box, wrapped in foam and suspended by an elaborate labyrinth of rubber-bands. It was designed by Daniel Grove, left, and Colton Rutherford. Team member Michael Garrett is not shown.
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I Carl Schurz Elementary third-graders Brandon DeHoyos and j Bailey Martinez rotate through stations during “CATCH the I Fitness Fever Day" Nov. 25. CATCH — Coordinated Approach I I to Child Health — has been approved by the Texas Education j : Agency as a program schools may use to meet require-j ments of Texas legislation that mandates physical fitness I components, obesity, heart disease and diabetes be ; addressed in the curriculum by 2007.
Photo Courtesy of Comal ISD
Seventh-graders at Canyon Middle designed ramps to safely deliver a box of glassware from the loft to the ground floor as part of their science class with Stef Paramoure. The physics project used Newton's laws of motion. Students took on the roles of industrial engineers working at a glassware company and constructed a ramp, cart to transport the glassware. The design-a-ramp winners were Ali Weiswurm, background with cart, and Elizabeth Hamilton, foreground. Runner-ups were Ricky Waugh and Daniel Lagunas.
Essays will be accepted from Comal County Youth Homemaking and Art Fair participants for scholarship consideration.
Applicants must have completed their junior year in high school, entered their senior year in 2003, and participated in the Comal County Youth Homemaking and Art Fair during high school.
Applications should be made in the form of a 250-word essay that includes an introduction of the applicant, a brief history of the applicant’s involvement in the homemaking/art fair areas, goals and future plans and should explain how the scholarship will benefit these goals.
She is the daughter of Wayne and Georgia Freiling of New Braunfels and has resided in Chicago since 1999.DAR meeting
Captain lames Jack Chapter Daughters of tire American Revolution members were greeted with a festive Christmas atmosphere for the December meeting.
. Hostesses Dit Justiss and Wanda Perry added th the spirit with holiday deair. Jan BaertJ introduced three chapter Good Citizens and their guests. Students recognized were Cova Wells, of Smithson Valley, Kayla Appel, of Canyon High School, and Ryan Cruz, of New Braunfels I ligh School. They were presented DAR Good Citizen Certificates and pins.
The band composed of Orvil Perry, Chester Bueche and Betty Haas presented selected Christmas music with solos by Rosie Bueche/
Regent Marydean Motz presided over the DAR ritual, assisted by Chaplain Vesta Lee, Ethel Canion, June Brewster qnd Fairy Edwards.
Justiss gave the president genera ls message. June Brewster discussed the hunting and equestrian powers of the Comanche in the Indian Minute.
Guest and prospective member R6byn Browning was introduced.
Chairman Fritzie Cox gave a report from the nominating committee for 2004-06 officers.
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Garage Sales Auctions Estate Sales Lost & Found Legal Notices
A PUBLIC SALE
will be conducted at B's Stor-AII, 868 State Hwy 45 South, New Braunfels. Texas 78130 at 10:00 A M on Tuesday December 30. 2003.
OIH D°9s’ Cats & Z I U Misc Pets
Contents of units rented to, Rebecca Kolster, Phillis
Eaton, Felix Valiant, Carrie Cason, John Davis, Amanda Delos Santos, Tim Demers,
Cynthia Leos; the contents of these units will sell to the highest bidder for cash. These units contain furniture, bedding, toys, hand tools, lights, household furnishings, bikes,
office filing cabinets, and miscellaneous items. This sale is befog held to satisfy a Property owner lien in accordance with the Chapter 59 Texas Property Code. The public is invited
New Braunfels Humane Society
OhlhiMhiM Male I
pie He is so lovable
ears old tan in colof and as sweet as
it you just tall right In love with him Chihuahua / Tenter mix 0 months to I year tan in coloi He .is very playful and loves to run alter you with to hope that you have a bali or toy with you He (etc hes and sits on command Row / Burmese Mountain dog Mix Male 2 years old He speaks on command and sits most of the time Ch«x Labrador Male Neutered and around I 2 years old and Is still Iv I
would be good for a one dog family
ready to play Beagle female 2 years old tri colored She
Canyon Lake Animal Shelter
Hi! Im Lilith. The nice folks here at Canyon lake Animal Shelter think Im a Golden
Retriever/Cocker Spaniel mix. They take good care of me, but I would really love a home for Christmas. The folks here think I rn just about the sweetest dog they know - I just love kids, adults, other dogs and even cats, so I would fit in with any
family I rn 9 months to I year old, spayed and have
all my shots Come and see me - you may just find
me irresistible. The Canyon Lake no kill' Animal
Shelter is in Startzvllle at 2170 Old Sadler Road (behind Dollar General). Our phone number is 905-PtTS.
$ THE BARN $
OMI Private Garden Conference Center:
Business meetings, private dinners, weddings, etc Book early for Christmas 620-0307
Small blk. Poodle mix, very old, lost 12/8. Torrey St. area 629-2282
Lost:(M) Yellow lab 1.5 yrs. old.Albertsons 609-3034 or 210-385-6542
• Goys, Cats, Birds
• Pet Supplies
• Farm Equipment
• Breeding Ti .lining
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Advertising rates are evadable for multiple run ads. AN must be pre-pakl. (Minimum 4 ads: Lost A Found. Free tine maximum). No refur
0 4 fl D°9S Cats & Z I U Misc Pets
American Red Nose & Carver parents on site,
6 wks., wormed. 6 (M),
5 (F), $150 each. 830-609-2046
ADOPT A FRIEND!!! Canyon Lake Animal Shelter. Dogs, Puppies. Cats, Kittens. 830-905-7387 All animals have current vaccinations, tested, wormed, spayed/neutered. Hours: M-F 10:00-4:00 Sat. 10:00-4.00 Closed on Sun. & all major holidays Many from which to choose.
Free x-mas puppies, 4 wks old, 2/blk & 2/wht. Collie mix 624-4607
1 Blk & wht. & 1 gray & ' wht. kittens to good home. 625-5496
Free puppies, mixed, 10 wks. old. 830-914-2590
2 free kittens; if interested in both may have supplies. 210-392-8659
AKC LAB PUPS
7wks.Choc. $350, Yellow $250,830-227-5159
Pups for family to love Precious 1/2 Cocker 1/2 sm. dog 625-2509
So many to choose from!! For a small fee that covers spay/neuter & shots you can SAVE THE LIFE of a dog. puppy, cat or kitten at the Humane Society, 1920 Kuehler Ave. 629-5287.
ADOPT-A-PET! Guadalupe County Humane Society 2484 Hwy. 46 N. Tues.-Sat.,10am-2 pm 830-372-2055 See our dogs & cats at www texaspets petfinder com
Free kittens to good home, 10 wks old, litter box trained 606-7980
Adorable kittens free to good homes. (830)627-8208
Business Opportunities Full Time, Part Time Skills Trades Medical Work Wanted
310 - 360
ODC Medical S OZ J Dental
Needed for Gastroenterology Office. Excellent benefits. Some local travel required. Please fax r6sum6 to 512-805-0205.
Kirkwood Manor Nursing Center 6-2 and 2-10 shifts - Top pay for top candidate. Apply in person at 2590 Loop 337 N., N.B., TX.
RECEPTIONIST AND/OR FRAME STYLIST
tor busy eye care office. People skills upper most. Computer helpful. Apply TSO, 101 IH
RN or LVN
needed for Full-time position in our Ambulatory Endoscopy Center. No call, no weekends, excellent benefits. GI experience preferred. Fax rdsumP to 512-353-8255._
for FT nights needed immediately. Please call Pediatric Sen/ices of America. 800-224-5256 Benefits available
DOC Medical & OZ J Dental
Kirkwood Manor Nursing Center. 2 PM-10 PM Shift. Apply at 2590 Loop 337 N., N.B., TX.
Fleetwood Homes New Braunfels
wants an experienced Mobile Home Salesperson! Salary plus commission. Start up Salary & Training with full benefits. Call 830-620-4422 for interview and send resume to 830-620-4450. Only Experienced need apply. EOC.
r busy New Braunfels ufo Insurance Agency needed yesterday! Auto exp. & P&C License a plus, but will train a self motivated quick learner. Must have superior costumer service skills & computer exp. Bilingual a plus. Great benefits package. Fax resume to 512-458-2690 or e-mail Kelly tslci.net