New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
Wednesday, February 25,1987
Horaki-Zoitung, New Braunfels, Texas
GNS Drama Club
Canyon High School Drama Club officers for the 1986 87 school year are (front, from left) Evan Endicott, president; Ryan Richter, vice president; (back) Tisha Frazier, treasuer; Carol Lawson, secretary.
Canyon High School Library Club officers for the 1986-87 school year are (from left) Ricky Benavides, president; and Troy Bartell, vicepresident.
Literary efforts take top honors at Boerne
Several New Braunfels High School students took top honors In Saturday’s University I n-terscholastic League Literary Practice Meet in Boerne
Mandy Henkel earned first place in poetry interpretation Peter Gerko took second place in both lith grade science and physics, as well as third place overall in science.
Jeff Strateman received third place in German I and fourth place in prose reading Mike Hector placed third in physics Tammy Brasher took sixth place in persuasive speaking
NBHS’s speech sponsor is Jennifer Sangermano while the science sponsor is Faye Clarke The German sponsor is Benno Engel
Fourth six-weeks ends
New Braunfels ISP schools will complete the fourth six-weeks grading period Friday. The fifth six-weeks grading period will begin Monday.
Report cards will be distributed during the week of March 2.
Vocational students qualify for stato moot
Several New Braunfels High School students placed in the Vocational Opportunities dubs of Texas district contest and qualified for state comnetttion.
Scott Weber and Mickey Rodl qualified for state for their chapter fipjayT Stephen Soon took first place for his prepared speech while Mousse Aguirre earned first place In
CHSChoir excels at competition
Twenty-four Canyon High School singers participated In University Interscholastic League solo and ensemble competition Saturday, bringing home 21 first division medals and 13 second division awards.
Soloists receiving first division on a Class I solo were Rachel Caballero. Christine Pape and Tonya Welch. Those winning a fist division on a Class II solo were Virginia Buchner and Dylan Mathis, while Karen Aniol received a division one rating on a Class III solo.
The Chamber Singers earned a Division I (Superior) rating on their “pop” ensemble Those students who earned an Excellent rating of II on their solos were Tamra Cornelison, Jana Elrod, Monica Foegelle, Lori George. Jennifer Lee. Gwen Martin, Kelli Miller. Pamela Murrow, Kimberly Prieb, Judy Sc hand ua. Sharia Weidner, Christy Williams and Allen Moore.
Caballero. Pape, Welch and the Chamber Singers qualified for state competition at The University of Texas at Austin May 30 The Canyon High School Choirs perform under the direction of Jean Wood
SVMS German Club students perform
Members of the Smithson Valley High School German Club performed skits, comedy sketches and a singalong — all in the German language — for members of the German American Society of New Braunfels Tuesday at the American Legion Hall In New Braunfels The German Club at SVHS is sponsored by foreign language teacher Kathy Liggett.
CMS pupils advance to San Antonio spelling bee
Canyon Middle School students participated in a campus spelling bee with winners named to advance to the district spelling bee on March 28 Sixth grade winners at CMS are Nikki Smith, first place, Chris Kuhn, second, and Tammy Kohlenberg, third In the seventh grade, winners are Michael Spears, first; Kimberly Campbell, second; and Stacy Namec. third.
Top eighth gi de spellers are Beverly Scheei. first , Matt Erben. second, and April Hall, third The district spelling bee will be at Frazier Elementary School beinning with elementary school competition
at 9 a m., to be followed immediately by the middle school contest.
In addition to participating in district competition, Spears will participate in the San Antonio Express-News spelling bee in April.
Dentist urges students to observe dental health
Jim E. Mercer, a New Braunfels dentist, marked Dental Health Week this week by delivering balloon bouquets to each teacher at Comal Elementary School and a bookmark to each student.
He and his staff brought the bouquets made from a Diet Coke bottle, which were trimmed with streamers, sugar-free candy, gum, a toothbrush and a “Smile America" pin to wear during the week.
Elks name fop teenagers for February at SVHS
Smithson Valley High School seniors Julienne Bremer and Bret Rahe have been selected as the Elks "Teenagers of the Month” for February
Bremer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Curtis W Bremer, and Relies parents are Mr and Mrs. Ernest A. Rahe
The award is designed to recognize outstanding young men and women for their achievements in school and community life. They are selected based on their excellent record in scholarship, citizenship, school activities and community service
Bremer and Rahe will Join other winners at a banquet during Elks National Youth Week in May, when one young man and one young woman from each of the three area high schools will receive the “Teenagers of the Year" Elks scholarship award
Middle school counselor addresses TEA meeting
Sandra Estes, counselor at Canyon Middle School, has been invited to present her work entitled. “Student Use of the Computer in Educational and Career Planning. ” at the Texas Education Agency's Professional and Personal Renewal and Information Conferences for School Counselors.
Presentation will be at the LaMan-ston Hotel in Austin to high school counselors March 8-10, to middle and junior high school counselors March 29-31, and to elementary school counselors May 7-9.
1 Some mags 6 A Roosevelt 10 Tater
16 Show-busmess award
18 Elemi 20 Thinner
22 Mountain spur
24 Hair treatments
29 Citric and malic
37 — de Janeiro
38 Full of pep 41 Flake off
43 A Farewell to — ”
48 Hindu guitar
50 Feeding area
51 Was a dead
PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED
ringer for 55 Much needed
57 Religious sculpture
58 Silver grade abbr
63 Music signs
1 Soft drinks
6 High jinks
7 Tin Pan —
9 Before now
10 More adamant
13 Force units 19 Whip up 21 Letter
26 Til do what
27 Grape bush
28 Voting group
31 Ex-heavyweight champ
32 Asian land var
33 Green shade
39 NHL team
44 Allayed hunger
45 A medium
51 Baltic gulf
52 -- go'
53 Coup d —
54 Parents 56 Prime
SARAHDUKE does her homework on the Education Page in the
Member of the Year
Beatrice Mancha-Rodriguez took second place in the Job interview The chapter's yearbook, organized by Lisa Wilson, also qualified for state
Two photo panels took top honors John Arnolds' panel showed him at work as an electrician's helper at Comal Electric. Inez Villanueva's panel showed her at work at K-Mart.
VOtT’s theme for 1986-87 is "Working through Change/Changing through Work.”
NBHS’s VOLT is sponsored by Gloria Kolacek
'Star Shine' students honored as lunch guests
Twenty students at Lone Star Primary participated in an honors luncheon Feb. 12.
These students dined with principal Evelyn Fanner at a Racial table on the cafeteria's stage These students were chosen by their teacher . The purpose of this program is to bood students’ morale and self-concept, as well as to give the students a chance to visit with the principal
Students who participated In this luncheon were: Carl Schneider, Rachels Herman. Sean Daw, Tim McEuen, Marie Gayton, Rom Crux, Cheryl Brinkkoeter, Russell Johnson, AHsm HoUraig. Joe Sanchez, Steven Rattan, AleeM Moore, Kriatel Oehler, Gregory Hoar, Nickel Nicholes, Sabrina Levine, Mathew Moore, J—ice Notts, Andy Hottman and Tammy Brauna.
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