New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 8, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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Christopher Dean Larsen, of
Houston, TX received the Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary during spring commencement ceremonies May 17. President Kenneth S. Hemphill awarded degrees in Southwestern^ schools of theology, religious education and church music.
Larsen is the son of Kathy Larsen of Houston. Larsen is married to Sunni Larsen of New Braunfels.
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Convention and is the largest theological seminary in the world. Each year, more than 3,000 men and women train for ministry at Southwestern.
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Ronda will also receive a one year Graduate Merit Fellowship from Texas A&M University beginning Sept. I. She will receive her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting from Texas A&M University in 1908.
For the past nine months, Jesse Diaz has been serving communities in Colorado and across a 17 state region, as a member of the Denver campus of AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC). In late September. Diaz joined hundreds of other young people, ages 18 to 24, in the IO month residential national service program that focuses on getting things done in the areas of environment, education, public safety and unmet human needs.
Members of the Denver campus of the NCCC have already completed several rounds of projects this year, and are now beginning their final round Projects completed include among others, rebuilding the area affected by the 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City, tutoring and mentoring at-risk
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son of Bryan and Gloria Kraft of New Braunfels, earned a superior rating (I) on a Class I piano solo at the Texas UIL State Solo-Ensemble Contest held on May 24 through
26 at the University of Texas in Austin. Wayne is the piano student of Dr. Robert Whalin of Southwest Texas State University.
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Woodward, Justin Rash, Luke Evans and James Muse; Animation Sequence: Computer Applications, Matt Boehm; Child Rocking Chair Manufacturing: Research and Development (Manufacturing Systems), Chris Smart and Ralph Salazar; CAD Sikorsky CH-53 Drawing: Research and
Development, Jay Schleicher.
Drafting—First Place: Chris Monk, Chance Sparks, Will Swanson, Elizabeth Clapp, Kellye Rogers, Cameron Seago, E.A. Hoppe, Charles Waltman and Will Barnett; Second Place: Wade Hubble, Matt Boehm, Ralph Salazar; Jay Sdhleicher and Travis Campbell; Third Place: Andrew Kolmeier, Nick Manley, Chad
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Ann Patterson, Teresa Simmons and Julie Wiley, owners of the Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio located in Landa Plaza, recently traveled to Chicago, IL. to attend the 66th Annual Merle Norman Convention held May 19 through 21 at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare. The convention was attended by more than 1,400 studio owners.
The convention offered studio owners the opportunity to participate in a variety of seminars that focused on the latest trends in color cosmetics and application techniques. Advanced skin care technology, including a focus on 24-hour skin care that helps restore damaged skin to its youthful radiance while preventing future signs of premature aging, was also addressed. In addition, available seminars included tips on creating an ideal studio environment and new selling techniques.
The local owners also participated in social activities during the convention, including a welcome reception and the final banquet. Held the last evening of the convention, the final banquet included dinner and a concert from well-known Las Vegas entertainer Wayne Newton.
Founded in Los Angeles more than 65 years ago, Merle Norman Cosmetics has more than 2,000
cosmetic studios throughout the • United States and Canada. These studios offer specialized, personal services, superior quality products and free makeovers to all customers.
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Pictured, from left, are Target Store Team Leader Natalie Schade,
Canyon High School student Gregory Nollkamper, Canyon High School Counselor Cindy Rotzler, Samuel Clemens High School student Jennifer Whitney, and Samuel Clemens High School teacher Kelly Teter.
Target presented $1,000 scholarships to Whitney and Nollkamper, two of more than 1,000 scholarships Target awarded to young leaders across the country.
Pictured are Smithson Valley Technology Students Association students who recently attended the state contest: (L-R) first row, Chris Smart, Ralph Salazar (vice president), Andrew Kolmeier (president),
Charles Waltman, Nick Manley (Sergeant at Arms); second row, Brian Hilt, Heather White, Chris Monk, Elizabeth Clapp, Wade Hubble, Bekah Branstetter, Justin Rash, James Muse, Chris Braun; third row, Kevin Phelan, EA Hoppe; back row, Luke Evans, Chad Kainer, Jay Schleicher, Travis Campbell, Matt Wagner, Nathan Woodward, Chance Sparks and James Moreno. (CISD photo by Wendell Lyons)
SVHS technology students win major awards
Smithson Valley High School Technology Students Association students attended the state contest held in May at Waco.
The TSA team entered 52 categories, and of those entries, eight earned third place ribbons, ten second place, and 18 first place. The team also won six best in state awards.
The following students received awards.
Best in State—Graphic Solution: Research and Development, Ralph Salazar, Team Electronics Display. Manufacturing Graphics, Chris Smart and Wade Hubble; Team CATTTTfa wing: IWaWfScTU ring Graphics, Andrew Kolmeier, Matt Boehm. Charles Waltman, Nathan
Kainer and Kevin Phelan.
Photography—First Place: James Moreno, Cullen Grinnan, Greg Smith, Lisa Webb and Heather White; Second Place: Matt Wagner, James Moreno and Jennifer Howard; Third Place: Bekah Branstetter and Chris Braun.
Computer Applications—First Place: Orion Thompson, Erie Johnson, Michael Keith, Brian Hilt and Billy Woodward; Second Place: Matt Boehm, Billy
Woodward, Brain Hilt and Zane Maltsberger.
SVHS technology education faculty members are Steve Asaro, Wendall Lyons, Bob Schaffer and Scott Stoore.
daughter of Bryan and Gloria Kraft of New Braunfels, was recently awarded the Thomas S. Gathright Academic Excellence Award at Texas A&M
Dolores Schumann received the Lawrence Enersen Award from The National Arbor Day Foundation. Pictured with Schumann are John Rosen ow,left, president of The National Arbor Day Foundation, and Mary Yager, right, the foundation’s program director.
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students in Denver schools, and building miles of trails on public lands and national parks throughout Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. Many corps members are also trained in disaster relief with the National Red Cross. In response to recent flooding and landslides in the western and mid-western states, several teams were deployed to California, Nevada and North Dakota to provide emergency assistance, helping hundreds of families access food, clothing and shelter.
The Denver campus of the NCCC is located on the Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, CO. During local projects, Corps Members live in dormitories. When teams are deployed to projects in other cities and states, they live on-site in a variety of accommodations including other military facilities, community centers, tents and donated apartments or houses.
In exchange for IO months of service, NCCC Corps Members receive room and board, a modest living allowance, uniforms and educational awards to help finance their college education or pay back student loans.
Scott Brotze, 1989 graduate of New Braunfels High School, received his doctor of medicine degree from the University of Texas-Houston Health Science Center Medical School on June 6. Dr. Brotze, his wife Kendra and daughter Hailey, will reside in
Charlotte, North Carolina, where he will complete his residency in internal medicine at the Carolinas Medical Center. Area family
members who Scott Brotze celebrate with Scott and
Kendra, and will miss them as they are establishing their lives at such a distance, are: Gary and Tern Brotze, Bill and Mary Brotze Hitch, Millie Hill, Elmer and Cleora Brotze, and Earl and Judy Wright.
Hr Angela Miranda-A r n w I n e ,
daughter of Joseph and Margaret Miranda, earned the degree of Juris Doctor from St. Mary’s Angela Miranda- University Amwine School of Law.
Angela graduated from Sts. Peter and Paul and Incarnate Word High School. She received her bachelor’s degree in human development and family studies from Texas Tech University in 1994. She is married to Shane Amwine. Angela will begin employment with Bexar County Legal Aid in August, working in the area of family law.
family of Olga Gessner wishes to express their sincere thanks to all the family, friends and neighbors for all their kindness, flowers, cards, food and memorials.
A special thanks to Doctors Judith Thompson, Mark Kneuper, Steven Slagle, the McKenna I.C.U. and nursing staff. Pastors Chuck DeHaven, Judy Miller, Brian Peterson and Henry Engling.
We would especially like to thank the ladies of W.E.L.C.A. for the wonderful reception they provided. The Family of Olga Gessner