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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 13, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Education Wednesday, February 13, 1991 Herald-Ze/funjf, New Braunfels, Texas Page 9A tmmwm CISD SVHS livestock show winners named Over 60 members of the Smithson Valley High School Future Farmers of America exhibited some ISO head of hogs, lambs and steers at the 13th annual SVHS chapter livestock show. Terming the local show “very sue- Hat day Fourth grade students in Susan Bird's class at Frazier Elementary School made hats that performed lobs to celebrate Hat Day. Jason Hewitt models his hat that was designed to be a book holder. (CISD photo). cessfulMoeller said it was dedicated to Bill Brown, superintendent of CISD who died in December. "We owe a great deal of our success in the vocational programs to Mr. Brown, who was a great superintendent that believed in our ag program.” FFA members from Smithson Valley competed with their livestock in three categories: steers, lambs and market hogs. Grand champion hog was shown by Clint Barrett, while Rusty Walters had the reserve grand champion. Senior swine showman was Robyn Wunderlich and Erica Morris took reserve champion honors in the senior division. In the junior swine showmanship competition, champion was Becky Richardson and reserve champion was Koryn Wunderlich. Diron Wunderlich was the winner of the adult swine showmanship. Exhibitors in the markt lamb division saw Shanna Henk exhibit the grand champion lamb and also win the reserve champion junior sheep showmanship honors. Brian Asher took championship honors in junior showmanship competition and exhibited the reserve grand champion lamb of the show. The senior sheep showmanship was won by Rodney Dreibrodt and the reserve champion was Ryan Kostantenaco. Adult sheep Why wait for your federal income tax refund? Victim or the crime? ■ recede your refund anticipation loan ma matter of days ■ no cash needed—all tees can be withheld from your check ■ amiable whether we prepare your return or not Bartley Fallon can't believe the news as he is unjustly accused of murder by his fellow citizens. Actually, that’s Travis Faust playing the part of Fallon in a production of the play, “Spreading the News," which illustrates the consequences of gossiping. Performing the play was New Braunfels Middle School teacher Debbie Kartsson's seventh-grade Theater Arts class. (NBISD photo) NBISD Kriewaldt earns honors At the Texas School Public Relations Association awards banquet Feb. 7, NBISD Administrative Assistant for Public Information Leslie Kriewaldt received several awards for her work. In the “Newspaper - Photo” category, she received a “Gold Star” award for “Racing Right Along,” a photo of a little boy running at the 1990 Unicom Relays. She earned “Silver Star” awards for “Did You Hear That?” a photo taken in a Lone Star classroom and one for “Sowing Seeds,” a photo of a Lamar kindergart ner planting seeds. “Silver Star” awards were also earned in the “General Information (Other)” category for the “Passport” folder designed for the Personnel Department and in “General Information (Brochures)” for NBISD’s general information brochure titled, “A Taste for Success.” Kriewaldt has been the district’s public information officer since September 1987. She was a staff photographer for the “New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung” before her employment with NBISD. Today Only! i Our Valentine gift to you... JmruQiit kM$3t» Tiyjh*    Fme*    LOM Program rcfedM • of dMoouk mMte and Dewy Contr*/* snacks nutritional and bahatnoraTcounsatmg There's A Right Way To Lose Weight.™ nutri system [I 'Lose all you can. Program cost only. 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In the steer division, Mike Moore exhibited the grand champion; Amy Callahan showed the reserve grand champion and was reserve champion senior steer showman; Heidi Mueller won champion steer showman in the senior division. In the junior division of steer showmanship, Jeff Eldridge was the winner and Amber Steubing was reseie champion. Darryl Nowotny won adult steer showmanship. Early release Friday Students in Comal ISD will be > released from class early on Friday to allow members of the faculty to! participate in staff development ac- ! ti vibes. Every public school teacherJ in Texas is required to accrue staff; development hours annually. A student holiday is scheduled for Mar. IS, which is also desig-! nated as a staff development day.! This holiday coincides with the; Comal County Youth Show. Spring Break for the student body and faculty will be held Mar. 25-1 29. 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