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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Lloyd Lenz Margie Schellhase Lloyd, Schellhase honored by CISD A veteran history teacher and a high school attendance aide who likes to be “where the action is" have been named Teacher and Employee of the Month for Comal ISD. Lloyd Iienz, who has spent 20 of his 21 teaching years at Bulverde Middle School, teaches Texas and American history, while Margie Schellhase finds herself back at her old alma mater of Canyon High School as an attendance aide in the principal's office. Born and raised near Seguin as descendants of early German settlers, I^nz and his family can speak German. A highlight for his seventh graders each year is a field trip to the German Heritage Exhibit during Wurstfest in New Braunfels. “Middle school students arc at an awkward age, but I like it," U*nz said. “They often protest the hard work and discipline we impose, but a lot of them come back years later and thank us." Some of Iienz’ former students are even teaching history. l/enz and his wife Elva Nell have raised three children to adulthood in a house within shouting distance of Bulverde Middle School, and he's had all of them in his class at various times. “This is home to us," he said. “I have no regrets raising our kids in the Hill Country." Schellhase has been with CISD most of her life — as a student first and then as an employee for almost 15 years. She went to work in the CISD Tax Office in 1969, and now finds herself listening to high school student problems as an aide, and loves it. “I love students and I love being where the action is," she said. “When students bring us their problems. their personal problems often come out. When students find someone really cares for them, it is a real joy and it has helped me." A native of Comal County, Schellhase was raised on River Road where her parents operate a campground resort. She still helps them run the business during the summer. She also has a 10-year-old daughter, and is continuing her education with night classes at Texas lutheran College in Seguin and San Antonio College. Weather Local temperatures Monday s high *<4 SO degrees with an overnight love o< 33 Today '* high a espectad lo leach the kiev 60s, and lh# I en. pat atule may go into the tippet 60* on Wednesday Bul •! aul be back m the tow 30s tonight Lake level Canyon Lake is still dt upping slowly, standing at SOS 16 teat above sea level this morning Wednesday Lows 30s notth and 42 lo 46 toast end ei ti erne south Highs 66 to 72 West Team Mostly iae Ihtough Wednesday Lows 26 fen handle and mountains to 36 south. Highs 68 Panhandle and tat west to TS est*#*- * South Nation's temperatures CISD students place at S.A. stock show Future Farmers of America from Canyon and Smithson Valley High School posted winning exhibits at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. Canyon’s Dee Ann Riegel showed the reserve champion Chester White hog, while Keith Smith had the 3rd place lightweight and 7th place heavyweight Chester Whites. Troy Heitkamp took 7th place with his middleweight Chester White, and Jackie Jahnsen 12th place heavyweight Hampshire hog. Munday slevel am 909 17 River flows Temperature* mrfccate previous dey s high and overnight low lo 8 a m {ST Hi lo Pre One At of Monday morning, .he Guadalupe Wive* am Mowing at 130 cubic lee! per second, end Albuquerque 47 26 cdy the Comal am flowing at 226 eft Amarillo 48 IS C* Anc r tor age 12 07 01 sn Texas Atlanta 66 39 ft! If dr Austin 49 36 {Lattimore 66 33 dr Moetly clear skies dominated the T«*as weather Boa* 36 28 04 cdy picture early today following a o *y of widespread Boston 60 38 dr rams and soma snow Bi owns. ale S3 48 06 dr Some lingering showers and thunderstorms Cheyenne 41 29 cdy continued before dawn oH the upper coast Re>n% Chicago 42 26 dr dampened w«de areas of South and Southeast Cleveland 43 32 OI dr Ta las on Monday, white two inches of snon ted rn Dallas ft Worth 47 33 dr the Stephenville area Denver 60 26 cdy Predawn temperatures were generally rn the Detroit 46 33 Or 30s and 40s while the mercury dipped mto the 20s ll Paso 60 18 dr over the Panhandle Readings at 4 a rn ranged faabank* 13 27 02 cdy (rom IO et Maria rn the mountain* ot Southwest Honolulu 82 73 cdy Tesas to 20 at Amarillo and 49 at Brownsville Houston 62 43 47 dr Wmds over the eastern had of the state were Juneau 42 31 11 rn (rom the northwest at 6 to IO mph Light westerly kansas City 49 27 dr wmds were noted over the Panhandle and South las Vegas 60 34 cdy Plains IQS Angeles 76 61 dr Small craft advisories were rn effect a‘cmg the Lubbock 61 23 dr Tesas coast early today because of northerly Mian ti SO 71 72 cdy winds gusting to 30 mph Howey*). forecasteis Milwaukee 46 28 cdy expected wmd gusts and seas to decrease tonight New Orleans 64 47 77 cdy Following scattered showers, a clearing trend was New Vorfc 62 37 cli on tap fur tonight Omaha 40 22 cdy The forecast called for mostly ta.* skies over Philadelphia 60 31 dr most of the slate tonight and Wednesday Pittsburgh 41 30 02 C* St Louis 60 33 dr Texas forecasts San Antonio 60 33 01 ck San Francisco 60 46 16 cdy North Tesas Partly cloudy to taa through Seattle Tulsa Washington 64 61 42 29 81 cdy cli Wednesday lows rn the 30s Highs 64 to 71 69 33 Ck East Tesas Mostly taw through Wednesday lows rn the 30s Highs 68 to 71 Pre Precipitation tor 24 hours ending i a rn South Tesas Mostly fee and warmer (IST) Tuesday Oft Wednesday Sky conditions outlook tor Calendar of Events Government Comal ISD Board of Trustees 7.30 p.m. Tuesday, Mountain Valley School. New Braunfels ISD Board of Trustees: 7:30 pm. Tuesday, New Braunfels High School IJbrary. Organizations Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary: birthday supper, 6:30 p m Tuesday, Eagles Hall (officers meeting, 7 p.m.). New Braunfels Art League 7 p m Tuesday, Civic Center. Clay McGaughy will demonstrate watercolor techniques. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly ): 7 p m Tuesday, Laurel Plaza Recreation Center RhythmSquares DaareClub 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, River Bend Clubhouse Catholic Daughters 7 30 p m Tuesday, 1312 Poppy lane Guadalupe Valley Rabbit Club 7:30 p m Tuesday, New Braunfels Middle School library Book Review Club 9:30 am Wednesday, Senior Citizens Center, 142 Comal Rotary Club; noon Wednesday, Eagles Hall. Program group (rf inmates from Texas Department of Corrections’ ‘Operation Kick-it." (lf you would like to announce your group’s activities in the newspaper, call us at 625-9144 or send a notice to P O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Texas, 78131. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p m the day before publication Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 p.m. Friday.) In the steer division, Canyon’s Ray Pfeuffer exhibited the lightweight champion Brahama, while Don Wenzel had the champion middleweight Brahma. Rorie Wetz took 2nd place in lightweight Angus and Ray Hickok had the 2nd place lightweight Polled Hereford. T. Dudley Soeehting of Canyon showed the 2nd place middleweight Main Anjou and the 5th place heavyweight Sirnmental. while the 3rd place lightweight Polled Hereford was shown by Raquel Kraft. In the heifer division, Canyon's Don Wenzel had the 1st place senior yearling Shorthorn, and Mike Walleck showed the 2nd place yearling Shorthorn. The champion lightweight Chester White hog was exhibited by Donnie McIntosh from SVHS. Other Smithson Valley winners included Justin Henefy, who showed the 6th place British Cross steer, and Gerald Harris, who had the 10th place lightweight steer in the show. Horoscope By STELLA WILDER TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 21 Bom today, you are one of those highly original, richly inventive individuals never satisfied either with things as they are or with other people’s plans for change. A died-in-the-wool do-it-yourself artist, you are not fazed by the newness or difficulty of any proposed project or endeavor, for you are sure of your talents and powers, and are certain that you can accomplish whatever you must to make a success of almost anything. That you inspire others to think and do the same is admirable. You have excellent business sesnse and could well amass a small fortune early in your adult life were you to enter upon and be attentive to the world of commerce. Your learning, however, is quite otherwise and the arts may well claim you completely. Also bom on this date are: Sam Pekinpah, director ; Andre Segovia, classical guitarist. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. Iiet your birthday star be your daily guide. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22 PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20» If you're looking for peace and quiet, this will be a disappointing week for you Adapt to what arises. ARIES I March 21-April 191 Remain in complete control of your feelings if you expect to accomplish anything professional now TAURUS (April 20-May 201 An aggressive move on the part of a partner may frighten off supporters. Regain authority during p m. GEMINI (May 21-June 20> — One who attempts to take advantage of your easy-going facade gets a surprise, if you fight back today. CANCER (June 21-July ZI) Arguments about younger family members may stir up unhappy memories. Try not to dwell on them now LEO (July 23-Aug. 221 — Your search for the ideal in terms of friends and work may be seen as quite unrealistic today. Settle for less. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 221 — Rely on friends of long standing to achieve or you today what you cannot achieve for yourself. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22» — Study carefully everyone around you today. There are some who only seem to be your friends. ferret them out. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21» What one says it not necesarily precisely what one means. Know the intention as well as the result. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21 > — lf you are reasonable in your demands, you stand a good chance of having them honored by day’s end CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19> - The mask of heartiness and good cheer you presently wear serves an especial good purpose today AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Gosstp-inongers come to no good end today Take care not to participate in a verbal embroidery! Choir members head to state Reader doesn't Uke contract By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY I was very disappointed to see you praise the “Contract for Ijfe," an agreement signed by parents and their teen-aged children in an effort to reduce the number of deaths involving drunk drivers. I totally disagree with this contract, which in reality gives the teen-ager who signs it premission to drink, and obligates the parents to pick up their child at any hour, any place — with no questions asked. If my teen-ager called me at 3 in the morning from an hour’s drive away to say he was .smashed out of his mind and needed a ride home, I would tell him to stay where he was until he sobered up. and then take a bus home' First of all. teen-agers are too young to drink, so why don't they sign a contract saying, “I promise not to drink ”? This so-called "Contract for Life" will not cut down on drunk driving; it will only increase teen-age drinking because they know their parents will provide taxi service for them if they are too drunk to drive. DISAPPOINTED IN YOU DEAR DISAPPOINTED: True, teen-agers are Phi young to drink. They are also too young to be parents, yet there are a million-plus babies born annually to unwed teen-agers. We must deal with reality — not what we think should or should not be. Also, the contract does not state that there will be no questions asked. It says: "I agree to come and get you at any hour, any place, no questions asked and no agruments at that time, or I will pay for a taxi to bring you home safely. I expect we would discuss this issue at a later time." I am sure that every parent who reads this would rather pay for a taxi than an ambulance — or. God forbid, a hearse. DEAK ABBY: The person who couldn't call his mother-in-law Mother” or his father-in-law "Dad" sure rang a bell with us I am a father-in-law who got the same treatment from my new son-in-law He always greeted me with “ Hi ya” and avoided calling me anything at all. I finally told him to just call me FU" like Phil i for father-in-law and to call my wife Mil'' for ‘ mother-in-law." Ifs worked out perfectly after I reminded him a few times. FIL AND MIL IN STREAMWOOD, ILL DEAR FIL AND MIL: Thanks Ifs better than nil. CONFIDENTIAL TO FREDDY IN SAN FRAN-( IM O: Gloria has quit smoking for good She wants vou to call her. (Lonely? Get Abby's updated, revised and expanded booklet. ‘ How to Be Popular — for people of all ages. Send $2 plus a long. self-addressed, stamped (37 cents* envelope P» Abby. Popularity, P.O. Box 38923. Holly wood.t alif 90038.) Freshmen win 'Queen of Hearts' In the final outcome, the New Braunfels High School freshmen class came out on top in the Queen of Hearts activities last week. The e^fass raised 63.045 IS. and their 4*epresen-talives. Paul Brotze and Inez Williamson, wore the winning crowns Saturday night. A total of 69.735.91 was raised by all of the classes The results of the other classes were: senior class. 62.743 45. sophomores. $2.416 50; and juniors. $1.530 81 Sponsor Barbara Doeppenschmidt described the week-long event as ‘ very successful," and noted that the Fun Night and the cake auction were especially so. The auction brought in 12,550. of which SI .040 was from the senior class TAX RETURN PREPARATION Competitive Rates 625-8897 Coleman. Dalrvmple. Schuler Al I Hey ( PA 40“ S SrguiH Joyi* --■wye Six Canyon High School choir members recently qualified for state University Interscholastic League competition at MacArthur High School in San Antonio. James Estes, Anna DeLosSantos, Reitta Hilton. Teresa Moehrig, Tracy Ohm and Jane Young each received a superior rating of I, and will compete May 31 in state competition. Both the Chamber Singers who entered as a pop ensemble and the Treble Choir received a superior rating of I, and qualified for state. Others who received a superior rating on their solos were Kimberley Ashley, Vicky Martinez. Kelli Miller, Kim Parker, Rachel Ramirez, Cassie Stapleton and Gwen Martin Choir members who got an excellent rating of ll on their solos were Kristine Ellers, Robin Elrod, Norma Madero, Albert Natal, Gilbert Natal, Christine Pape, Ila Patel, Indira Patel, Patrick Voss, William Waring and Sharia Weidner. What Is Babis* Om Parade 1983? Spp Today's Hprald Zeitung For Info Usa Potter, Paul Venecia and Michelle Hawkins received good ratings of III on their solos Four madrigal groups also completed, and all four received ll ratings. Choir director Jean Stott said some of the outstanding solos and ensembles will be featured at the Spring Choir Concert April 5. NOW! SAVE 20% off of the regular cleaning costs when our professionals clean YOUR CARPET (3 roocis cr - ort YOUR UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE '"in. mum sofa and 2 chairs or sofa anc ^ove seat) om#* goo* tars FtoruAfy hid 1630 Hwy ll West mc A    * _ <4*It- M    9 Symbol* of Indrprndenrr. \ ariahl*- rate I .S. 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