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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas of Mr. and Mn. Geoqp Phillips, and ';V're-' July Savings! GoW * SHvct iRi ffMn    Coin    Jewelry SSft2gSSP5 great selection offings pendants & earrings_ Mefn Braunfels 3lufaelier r,iMiiii ——^    >—■— SMLanda    eaou flom LmOe Pieta Shopping Center 629-2781 a A feHenrtd-ZaltunQD Sunday. July 17. 1994 * ’.mf? $    7    ’    I    A    ‘4. MM ■ Katte Car-of New GENE A. HITiFELUEff "TREE TRIMMING" DEsnenuLMOMNQr "TRASH REMOVAL- 620-8878 629-5266 TKIMOOUNTTO«a88NORSr $1199 I ta IO ? Sa? ? 3*S It AmQ S</* We**H t Repu** Si/* W«h#i* 99* Deposit J J •• Duo at Pick up pius tax ta of Linda Land V. O. Cantor Jr., maktfMkMe&M* — — — *- - — -a recently received a 4-H scholarship. . ; Through the 4-H, ' the hts been •welded the Silver Star md the Gold Cardan Star (the highest awald in 4-H). She was chosen aa a •toto and national delegate for the Sod-ety of Range Management, and was allowed to attend the National 4-H Congress in Chicago, ID. for Range Ecology. Finally, she was allowed to represent Comal County at various occasions as their county council chair- l metical group to aequhe man-ben to keep up with medical advancements through tegular continuing medical education. Dr. William B. Reeves has been an offered in selected fields. A^i ”Cmber 1981 ** vcrsity rf Science and Art, Ins been Calden has had two main projects in 4-H, and has been active in many other projects as well. The majority of her time was spent teaming about rangeland ecology and in teaming to raise and show brahman cattie. She hat also barn involved in hone production, toedenhip, citizenship, health and safety, and natural resource conservation. She has been chosen outstanding band member of the NBHS bani, two-time beef production Wimer in FFA, a Mid-Texas Symphony Debutante, a Who's Who awwdee, and a member of National Honor Society. She was an international ambassador to New Zealand and Autosite for the Boopic to People Association. Carden plana to attend Texas AAM University, mooring in range ecology. She plans to earn a doctorate in rangeland ecology and then become a professor at a Texas university ar work for the Extension Service as a range specialist. ■ Erika Vasques graduated ftotn the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester with a bachelor of music degree in French horn. Vasquez, a graduate of Plano Senior High School, is a resident of New Braunfels. The University of Rochester is one of the most distinguished private universities in the Northeast. Approximately 4,900 undergraduates are enrolled in its humanities, science, music, engineering, and nursing programs. ■ Dr. WMsn E. Reaves of New Braunfels has completed continuing medical education requirements to retain Active membership in the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), the national association of family doctors. AAFP members are required to complete a minimum of ISO hours of accredited continuing medical study every three years. The AAFP, which has more than 75,000 members, is one of the largest medical specialty organizations in the country. It was the fest I 10*13 a tinnily physician, Dr. Reeves is qual {fled to work in all major areas of health cate and trained to treat patients of all ages for the vast majority of health problems. The AAFP, which is headquartered in Kansu City, Mo., provides educational, legal, insurance and lobbying services to its members and publishes American Family Physician, a 150,000-circulation clinical journal. ■ Two hundred sixty-eight Southwestern Unhrertity students have been named to the 1994 Spring Distinction Lilt for academic excellence — 159 fell-time and four part-time students. To be selected, students must have at least a 3.6 grade point avenge on a 4.0 point scale and be in good standing with the university. Part-time students must cany at least 12 hours. Area students named to the 1994 Spring Distinction List are Jennifer D. MOST of Boerne, daughter of Mr. •ad Mrs. Douglas M. Miller; Thomas R.MBer of McKinney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Miller; MoBy M. Britton of New Braunfels, iinsmhtni nftila ni mer fiwllinw ■ WRH$MlT>r VI XVIIt Ohm rn J Iva* Db IMvD I and Shannon L. Mfanhtrger of New Braunfels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Effeaberger. ■ Jase Benton of New Braunfels recently graduated from Trinity University. A total of 561 students were awarded degrees at the 1994 spring Baese, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adon Baese, received a bachelor of' degree in business administration. He is a graduate of Canyon High School. Trinity University, founded in 1869, is an independent university dedicated to excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Trinity annually enrolls approximately 2^00 students from throughout the United States and numerous foreign countries. The University is primarily undergraduate with graduate degrees selected as one of the country’s most outstanding campus leaders by Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities arid Colleges. ■ Four New Braunfels residents have been named to the Dean’s List for the 1994 spring semester at Texas Lutheran College. They are: Michelle Ann Duncan, a senior business administration major, Judy Ann Noland, a junior business administration major; Susan E. Rappel, who received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology, magna cum laude on May 7, 1994; and Connie Loo Whitworth, a junior multidisciplinary studies IV* Im —   A - IWi« f im to dc DtinDa to uic uesii sun, rn- j dents must have at least a 3.5 cumulative grade point average with a minimum of 12 graded hours in the past rnmm ■ Soaja Riggs Burk, daughter of Vera Riggs of New Braunfels and a 1982 graduate ofCanyon High School and a 1986 graduate of Texas AAM University, received the degree of masters of education in counseling and career development from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo., May 14,1994. Mrs. Burk completed her 48 hour program with a 4.0 grade point aver-age. she currently lives in Natchitoches, La., working as a consultant to North-western state university. ■ Randy Kasbcrg of New Braunfels bm been honored by the Farmers Insurance Group of Companies for I < • ‘ .... N* >,tit'/,' '• •    •    ,    ;    ,    ■ .. w ,    v’ Fanner’s top mles producers. 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