New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 1, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas
The shaded area is the tract which Comal ISD will lose to Northeast ISD, unless a decision by Commissioner of Education Raymon Bynum is overturned
on appeal. Bynum has approved deannexation of the property, which is mostly the Encino Park subdivision, from Comal to Northeast ISD.
New community classes scheduled in February
Six community education classes sponsored by the New Braunfels LSD will begin soon.
“Crafts Variety Workshop,” which will be taught by Mabel Rutherford, begins Thursday. The class, which is from 1:30-3:30 p.m., will run for five weeks and will be at Eden Heights Apartments.
GED testing will be Feb. 4 and 18 at 8 and IO a m. at New Braunfels Middle School. The cost is $3 per test.
“looking Terrific-I^adies’ Makeover Program,” which will be taught by Jan Kotylo, will begin Monday, Feb. 6. The four-week course will be from 7-9 p.m. at New Braunfels High School.
“Men’s Fashion Color Coordination Program,” which also will be taught by Kotylo, will be offered for a two-week run beginning Tuesday, Feb. 7. The class will be from 7-9 p.m. at New Braunfels High
Master mason Terry Varner will teach “Introduction to Rocklaying” on Tuesdays and Thursdays. beginning Feb. 7. The two-week course, which will be from 7-9 p.m., will be held behind 430 W. Mill This class, which is being offered for the first time will teach the proper techniques to take rocks and make a flower bed, lay a rock sidewalk, as well as other useful projects.
Agriculturalist Dr. Carl Hazenberg will instruct “Your Vegetable Garden,” for a six-week stretch, beginning Thursday, Feb. 9. The class, which will be from 7-8:30 p m. at New Braunfels High School, will help the backyard gardner develop and mac tarn a productive and healthy garden.
For more information or to register for any of the classes, call 629-2661 or go by 430 W Mill St.
NBISD teachers attend workshop on vocational education
Canyon Middle School wins top awards
Canyon Middle School students swept all first place awards in the first annual Comal ISD Middle School Literary Meet at Bulverde Middle School Saturday.
CMS dominated contests in ready writing, spelling, prose reading and poetry reading. Bulverde Middle School was second overall at the meet, and Mountain Valley came in third.
Trophies went to all first, second and third place winners at the seventh and eighth grade levels. Trophy winners were .
Ready Writing, 7th grade — Joey Gyure, first. Canyon; linda Williams, second, Bulverde; Ricky Morris, third, Canyon; 8th grade — Jerry Perez, first, Canyon; Kitty Van Horn, second, Canyon; and Aaron Frederick, third. Mountain Valley.
Spelling, 7th grade — Usa Ball, first, Canyon; Deanna Schroeder, second, Bulverde; Angela Brown, third, Bulverde; 8th grade — Angela DeLaFuente, first, Canyon; Mandy Torres, second, Bulverde; and Sherri Anderson, third, Bulverde.
Prose Reading, 7th grade — Nikki Eason, first. Canyon; Tammie Barnes, second, Bulverde; Allen Moore, third, Canyon; 8th grade — Stacy Miller, first; Carol Lawson, second; and Debbie Vor-denbaum, third, all Canyon.
Poetry Reading, 7th grade — Chris Zapfel, first, Canyon; Sunny Gilchrist, second, Bulverde; Julio Madero, third. Canyon; 8th grade — Marissa Young. first; Dee Gravink, second; and Heather Way, third, all Canyon.
Boeck hasn't backed insurance firm's policy
By DYANNEFRY Staff writer
If a door-to-door salesman comes to your house peddling a “Safe Drivers of Texas” insurance policy, it’s on the level. But if he tells you that policy is endorsed by Sheriff Walter Fellers or Police Chief Burney Boeck, he’s wrong.
Boeck says he’s had a number of calls these past two days from local people who claim to have been told just that. The salesmen from Executive Fund Life Insurance of Austin were telling a different story. They said they only told residents that
they had registered with the police and sheriff’s department as door-to-door salesmen, which Boeck agrees, they did.
At press time Wednesday, he was waiting for a call from the insurance company, hoping to get the matter cleared up.
“I’ve checked with the state board of insurance, and this is a legitimate company, and it seems to be a legitimate policy. It’s some kind of disability insurance, if you’re injured in a car wreck
“But the insinuation that myself or Walter Fellers is saying this is a good policy is not legitimate,” Boeck said.
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SVHS FFA winners listed
Smithson Valley High School Future Farmers are busy preparing their animals this week for the San Antonio Livestock Show after competing in their own FFA Chapter Show last weekend.
Grand and reserve champions at the Comal County Fairgrounds last Saturday were: Lambs — Craig Tauch, grand champion; Kris Moore, reserve champion; Michael McComb, champion showman; and Kenny Moore, reserve champion showman;
Swine — Wade Renken, grand champion; Diron Wunderlich, reserve champion and champion swine showman; and Kern Boren, reserve champion showman;
Steers — Kenny Moore, grand champion and reserve champion showman; Gerald Hams, reserve champion; and Justin Henefey, champion showman.
Other winners included Brent Schmidt, champion, and Norren Knight, reserve champion. Chester Whites; James Rust, champion, and Craig Schmidt, reserve champion, Druocs; Wade Renken, champion, and Suzanne Mann, reserve champion, Hampshires; Diron Wunderlich, champion, and Robyn Wunderlich, reserve champion, Yorkshires; and Diron W uniter bch, champion, and Becky Eckhardt, reserve champion, cross breeds
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Four New Braunfels ISD teachers participated in a teacher inservice workshop for vocational industrial education on last weekend in Kerrville.
Harold Goebel, Allen Hamblen, Gloria Kolacek and Cheryl Pink participated in the workshop, planning for the upcoming skills contest.
Mrs. Pink, an industrial instructor for NBISD, is responsible for student award presentations during the Area V contest to be held March 2-3. Mrs. Pink held an individualized work session for teachers planning the awards division at the Kerrville workshop.
Goebel, an auto mechanics instructor at New Braunfels High School, is responsible for organizing and conducting the auto mechanics wheel alignment skills contest, also to be held March 2-3 at San Antonio’s Churchill High School.
Goebel and Mrs. Pink are both members of the
Vocational Industnal Clubs of America, the organization sponsoring the contests
Hamblen and Mrs. Kolacek are member of Vocational Opportunity Clubs of America, whit will be holding a contest on March 31 at New Braunfels High School.
Mrs. Kolacek. a CV AE instructor at New Braunfels High School, is responsible for the Vocational Opportunity Program Skills contest to be held at New Braunfels High School, and Hamblen, a general mechanics instructor, will assist her in the planning.
Between 500-800 students are expec ted to show up for this contest.
Several hundred teachers from the South-Central Texas area participated in the workshops planning for the contests
Funeral services for Zeba Lynch, 84. were to be held at 2:30 today in Live Oak Baptist Church in New
Braunfels. Mrs. Lynch died Saturday, Jan. 28. and was to be buried in the Comal Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Lee A Sons Funeral Home in Seguin.
Mrs. Lynch was bom
in Seguin on Feb. 2,1900. She is survived by a daughter, Margaret Adams; a sister, Ver-nilla Parker and a brother. Lemon Wilson, all of New Braunfels; as well as numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for
Lydia Wehe Scheei of Colonial Manor Nursing Home will be at 2 pm. Thursday at Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home The Rev. Ray Kramer of Bulverde will officiate Burial will be at St. Paul Lutheran Cemetery in Bulverde Mrs Scheei. 92. died at 2 pm. Tuesday at Colonial Manor Nursing Home Bom Oct 27.1981 in Spring Branch, she
was the daughter of August and Ida < nee Voges) Wehe She married Arthur Scheei on April 16. 1921 in Bulverde. A housew'fe, Mrs. Scheei was a Lutheran
Memorials may be given to St. Paul Lutheran Church at Bulverde or the Bulverde-Spnng Branch EMS
CISD central office begins new hours
The Comal ISD Central Office and Tax Office began observing new office hours Wednesday.
The new hours are from 8 a m. to 4:30 p m. Monday through Friday,
instead of the old 5 p m. quitting time Staff members of the two offices agreed to a 30-minute lunch break in order to secure the new time schedule from CISD trustees last month
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