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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, February 18, 2003 — HerALD-Zeitwng — Page 5A School news— Top graduates sought by CISD The Comal Independent School District is looking for CISD graduates from 1993 or before to honor with the CISD Outstanding Graduate Award. Nominations are being accepted through March 28. The CISD Outstanding Graduate Award is designed to honor district high-school graduates for excellence and notable achievement since graduating from Comal ISD schools. This is the seventh year for the program. Th be eligible, nominees must have graduated from either Canyon High or Smithson Valley High schools at least IO years ago. The nominee should be or have been actively involved in his/her community; 2002 winners The honorees for the 2002 CISD Outstanding Graduate Award were: From Canyon High: David Gyure (’87), Marisia Parra (’92), Cindy Rum (76), Robert Scott (’87) and Frank Van Horn (’82). From Smithson Valley High: Guy Kitchen (77) achieved extraordinary career status; made outstanding contributions to a career field; made notable contributions to an area, state, etc.; and/or a combination of these achievements. Nomination forms are now available online at, or at the district’s Central Office, 1421 North Business 35, New Braunfels. Completed forms may be faxed to 830-221-2001, or mailed to the above address. Winners of Smithson Valley FFA Chapter Stock Show released Winners of the recent Smithson Valley FFA Chapter Stock Show were: SWINE Grand Champion Market Barrow— Montana Moeller Reserve Grand Champion Market Barrow — Ronnie Urbanczyk Grand Champion Market Gilt — Kaley Gallagher Reserve Grand Champion Market Gilt — Joshua Sims Champion Sr. Swine Showmanship — Abby Benavides Reserve Champion Sr. Swine Showmanship — Wes McFarland Champion Jr. Swine Showmanship — Ronnie Urbanczyk Reserve Champion Jr. Swine Showmanship — Montana Moeller Champion Prejunior Swine Showmanship — Christian Harrell Reserve Champion Pre-Junior Swine Showmanship — Coker Moeller Champion Pee Wee Swine Showmanship — Taylor Harrell Champion "Ole Timers" Swine Showmanship — Darrell Moeller GOATS Grand Champion Goat — Kyra Jo Quinn Reserve Grand Champion Goat — Skye Broyles Grand Champion Breeding Goat — Samantha Owens Champion Sr. Goat Showmanship — Morgan Leach Reserve Champion Sr. Goat Showmanship — Kevin Klein Champion Jr. Goat Showmanship — Laura Beth Hardin Reserve Champion Jr. Goat Showmanship — Tiffany Schmidt Champion Prejunior Goat Showmanship — Kyra Jo Quinn Reserve Champion Prejunior Goat Showmanship —-Taylor Schmidt Champion Pee Wee Goat Around Town Contact Features Editor Brian Grant, 625-9144 ext. 222 Archives Anonymous Subscribe today Call 625-9144 AAA-03-14 By BECKY LOMBARDO Special to Herald Zeitung Can you believe that no one knew the names of the young girls (AA-03-12) all dressed alike. I wish someone knew them and would give us a call We did not have any problems getting our firemen (AA-03-11) identified. From left they are: George Amen, John Sheppard, Stacie Zercher, Steve Mabe, Rick Medina and Arlon Wayne Hansmann. Thanks go to Michelle Oatman, Lorine Friesenhahn, Maryline Jonas, Johnny Oberkampf and John Robinson for helping us with all the names. With the upturning New Braunfels Junior Miss program this weekend, I thought it would be nice to go down "memory lane” and identify winners from the past. We have New Braunfels winners from 1974 (AA-03-13) and AA-03-13 also from 1980 (AA-03-14). Hopefully, we will be able to get all the girls identified and good luck to this year s contestants. As always, keep reading. keep remembering and keep calling! Call us at 629-1900, or visit the Sophienburg Archives, 200 N. Seguin, the old city hall building. Quiz on alcoholism reveals sobering reasons for concern Showmanship — Tanner Schmidt Champion "Ole Timers” Goat Showmanship — Kellee Quinn STEERS Grand Champion Breeding Heifer — Justin Cruger Grand Champion Market Steer — Robyn Gaede Reserve Grand Champion Market Steer — Scott Quick Champion Sr. Steer Showmanship — Dewayne Moore Reserve Champion Sr. Steer Showmanship — Garrett Welsh Champion Junior Steer Showmanship — Matt Mills Reserve Champion Junior Steer Showmanship — Cooper Wallis Champion Prejunior Steer Showmanship — Wyatt Krause Reserve Champion Pre-Junior Steer Showmanship — Skye Broyles Champion Pee Wee Showmanship — Brandi Wyrick Champion "Ole Timers” Steer Showmanship — Gerald Harris IAMBS Grand Champion Market Lamb — Jana Hardin Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb — Bailey Wallis Champion Sr. Lamb Showmanship — Bailey Wallis Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb Showmanship — Michael Cleary Champion Junior Lamb Showmanship — Uiura Beth Hardin 1 Reserve Champion Junior Lamb Showmanship — Cooper Wallis Champion Prejunior Lamb Showmanship — Jana Hardin Reserve Champion Pre-Junior Lamb Showmanship — Eddie Fullenwider Champion Pee Wee Lamb Showmanship — Brandi Wyrick Champion "Ole Timers" l^amb Showmanship — Tina Hofstetter DEAR READERS: For readers who may be concerned about their drinking, I am printing a wake-up call: ARE YOU AN ALCOHOLIC? 1) Have you ever decided to stop drinking for a week or so, but lasted only a couple of days? 2) Do you wish people would stop nagging you about your drinking? 3) Have you ever switched from one kind of drink to another hoping that would keep you from getting drunk? 4) Have you had a drink in the morning during the past year? 5) Do you envy people who can drink without getting into trouble? 6) Have you had problems connected with drinking during the past year? 7) Has your drinking caused you trouble at home? 8) Do you ever try to get extra drinks at a party because you did not get enough to drink? 9) Do you tell yourself you can stop drinking any time you want, even though you keep getting drunk? 10) Have you missed days at work because of the drinking? 11) Do you have blackouts? 12) Have you ever felt that your life would be better if you did not drink? 13) When you take one or two drinks, can you stop and walk away? 14) Have you ever embarrassed yourself or someone else when drinking? 15) Do you drink every day? 16) How many times in the last month have you awakened with a hangover? 17) Do you spend money you don’t have on alcohol? 18) Has this affected your sleeping habits? (Do you pass out, get a drink in the middle of the night, or wet the bed Dear Abby WALNUT 6 IH 35 & WALNUT (830) 629-6400 STARPLEX 12 1250 WONDER WORLD DR. (830) 625-4411 Lone Star Theatres 'Vi'ict Gun 'lOc&iitc /ft WWWSTARPLEX12.COM See 'tytu /ft (Ae 'TKeviee! Times Good Fit Feb.14-Thurs. Feb.20 651 Business Lixip. IU 35 N. [Matinee Daily (830) 625-4400 mrmM amit ISmcST rlmmi DAREDEVIL m OH 2 SCREENS    ■■ (1:00), (12:15), (2:25). (3:10), 4:40. 5:15. 7:00. 7:30. 9:15, _£45_ HOW TO LOSE A GUY n (12:25), (2:40), 5:00. 7.30,945 BIKER B0Y2    ES (12:30), (2:50), 5:15. 7:35.9:50 .ADAPTATION    D (2:35), 7:10_ CHICAGO    BB (12:30), (2:45), 5:05 7:20.9:40 DEUTCH US FROM EVA D (12:10). (2:20). 4:30.7:15.9:25 ABOUT SCHMIDT    D (12:55). (4:35), 7:05.9:30. THE RECRUIT    BS (12:20). (2:35). 4:55. 7:20.9:35 NATIONAL SECURITY BS (12:40). 5:10.9:40 BIST MARRIED    BS (12:35). (2.45). 4:50.725 9:35 SHANGHAI KNIGHTS SB (1220). (2:40). 5:00.7:35.9:50 MAID IN MANHATTAN D (12:45), (2:55). 5:05. 7:25. 9 30 Open all day Fri. Feb. 14 ll No Early Shows MON.-THURS. Jsfa SEATING! I AutfilofiuittV • • • • • when you sleep because of alcohol?) If you have answered yes to four or more of these questions, you are either an alcoholic or on your way to becoming one. So, now what do you do? For openers, go to your telephone directory and look up the listing for Alcoholics Anonymous. It is listed under “A.” They charge no dues and you need not identify yourself unless you want to. Another excellent group, Women for Sobriety Inc., was mentioned in my column yesterday. If a 12-step program is not for you, talk to your doctor about a referral for other treatment options. ■ ■ ■ DEAR ABBY: I work in an office with IO people. One of my co-workers is being married next month. He invited the president of our small company and the vice president, but excluded everyone cist*, even though we all work shoulder-to-shoulder and have been exposed to every nauseating detail about the wedding. Should the rest of us feel obligated to buy a gift for him? — UNINVITED COLLEAGUE IN CHICAGO DEAR UNINVITED: Certainly not. Shower him with good wishes, but a wedding gift is required only if one is attending the wedding, so you’re all off’ the hook. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Min Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, ami was foumled by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write War Abby at, or PX). Box 69440, Los Angeles 90069. TuMtKy. Fab It 2003 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS I Orchard pest 6 Tough fabric II Legal rep 14 Relaxed 15 Crumble away 16 Tolstoy title word 17 Famous wheeler-dealer 18 Diamond locale (2 wds) 20 Rubber-stamps 21 Large woodwind 23 Wounds 24 Happen next 26 Not brunettes 28 Sorer 30 Takes or cargo 31 Volumes 32 Slam — (hoop shots) 33 Food additive 36 'Vogue" rival 37 Surwen onrush 38 Media excess 39 Soho co 40 Horse s ankles 41 Flower part 42 Happy tunes 43 Pleasure craft 44 Mardi Gras highlights 47 Small lizard 48 Dumbfounded 49 Vat 50 Trail behind 53 Sachet tiller 56 Atlanta campus 58 Sculpture or music 59 Not rural 60 Big cat 61 Put 62 Fragments 63 Go-ahead (hyph) DOWN 1 Char member 2 Sausage meat 3 Family 4 Tenet 5 Overthrows 6 ‘Robinson Crusoe” author 7 Canal of song 8 Postal Creed word 9 Psyche parts 10 Ways 11 Grant 12 Flavor 13 Lock ex curl 19 Coffee break treats 22 Prickly seed 25 Goddess of victory 26 Rings 27 Fishing spot 28 Explorer — Tasman 29 Young horse PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED RABB A-1 : E N| m'oVt'h P uVh U!P PER CA OiCTEiA’ tJ ■ NT A Mi f r i jiotri lam; AVE Ie ss E R ACE T ow N E TRE [a P E G F OIL HiE R I N E S Bp A W N E DB [A I L TeTdTo TRjOlN WO S'E I) 'e n'd POE L L c'l E S 2 18-03 C 2003 Urwtbd F acture Syndicate Du 30 Skulks about 32 Pipes 33 Joseph Campbell's field 34 Argument 35 Sets 37 Boot part 38 ‘Drat!" 40 Appalling 41 Bundles 42 Reindeer herder 43 Gmza money 44 Kind of bull 45 Greek mall 46 Tattered 47 Profits 49 Capture 51 Mars, to Plato 52 Pita sandwich 54 Vase with a toot 55 Slugger's stat 57 Hamm of soccer 2 3 4 ! 14 17 I 20 ■ 21 ’ \2 IS r 44 45 46 48 53 58 61 ! STUMPED? Call for answers • Touchton* <y rotary phones 96c PW minute (900) 226-5934 Planning a celebration Courtesy photo Tom Green, district representative for The Sons and Daughters of The Republic of Texas, and NBISD Superintendent Ron Reaves prepare for Texas Independence Day celebrations at several campuses. The Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels Chapter 50 of The Sons of the Republic of Texas and the Ferdinand Lindheimer Chapter of the Daughters of The Republic of Texas will host the eighth annual celebration of Texas Independence Day at New Braunfels Middle School at 2 p.m., March 3. March 7, 8:30 a.m., a similar celebration will be conducted at Cart Schurz Elementary. For information call 629-5401. ;