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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Education PageiOA    Herald    Ze/funy    New    Braunfels,    Texas    lay    1987 ■»'M *3fc ,«:* * *c ar* *:    J Penny SAS Factory Shoe Store LO? Ca‘)",,,S!°'*    STORE    HOURS 1 / J9j 3u    Mon.    thru Thuts &bdt to / (/Vuxf to Garden Ridge Rutteiy) Hldt y ,0 9 bulKjay 12.5 651-5312 Open: 10:00 6:30 625 1114 Silver Tree HI All Tin HtL-i D [ti Al CU Of •UA IA MI 5 NVC l< v JC we I K V to be sore Dad iis tnuilly quitted Downtown 230 W. San Antonio -Vis ' jj * '<■    “People really do pre-arrange their own funeral1,99 Unlaw I (Diked out funeral iii ret un ij people ever pre'ananke ii funeral scrvii i’. Iii' told nu ilull they (hi us a ilemonstration nj love unci (un s it U 7 uth >n J( >r others." the an untie me ut could prated our family Jroni having to make dei isions ut a tune w hen decisions could he confusing and clijfu ult." You know . this is an opportunity to involve our family in the decisions I hen, they w ill know on/ preferences ami desires, loo." W e invite sou to learn mole about the thoughtful advantages of pre planning and funding the funeral service. Oui pre arrangement literature will K* helpful to you, as well av those close to you. In quiet privacy we shall Ik* pleased to provide informed counsel and attentive answers to your questions concerning pre arrangement. Please send me a Iri-e copt ol "Pre-arranging th* hum I serval ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME 615 Landa Street 625-2349 SICH VINO TRH NEH H HAIN FRIS AUF A FOH OVER 35 YEARS State Mum tun by Invitation, National Selected Morticians WAI NU I SQUARE    o25    7707 FATHERS DAY QfrQduA jftom. SIS Our Original Comfort Shoe For Men Give him the Amigo an I put new spring in his step Handsewn and handlasted I jll gram unlined trainer Supersott ^ole Available in bons mocha dark brown and black NEW/ All Leather Loafer oAS brings comtoit to a traditional style Our new penny loafer is handsewn and handlasted All leather lined L Bather sole and heel Available in cordovan and black Amigo Basket off affection Corinnia Comacho left. presents a basket of I hreadyil! are surrounded by some of the many flowers and a plaque to c rossing guard Vera students the crossing guard escorted to safety Threadgill at Seele Elementary School on tier during her service at the school last day at work before retiring Comacho and Classes fun for both adults and children Several community education classes, offered through the New Braunfels ISI). will begin this week “Fun with Computers " a class tor adults and children iii grades K .» will enable borh participants to learn about using the Apple Ile computer system and various pieces of soft ware The class will meet Mondays through Fridays, for the next two weeks from to 11 in a in al Memorial Primary School Sn .rn Brooks is the instructoi l int ion is $25 for a pair “Bed Cross Babysitting w ill Im* ol tered Monday through Friday, this week from 9 a in until noon at New Braunfels High School lins class will provide guidance iii how to pre vent accidents and what to d<* iii case of emergency while babbitting this class is for children ages I! md older Carol Dellaven is the mstrue tor Tuition is SH I 'et son.ii (’are and Modeling” w ill he offered I rom Tuesday through Thursday limn in a in to noon at Lamar School This class will teach children ages IO Iii how to have fun with their clothes make up and hair care Kcbecca Sullivan is tile mstrue tor Tuition is$15 Personal Perspective on Bulimia and Mioicxia" will Im* offered Tues (lax from t* a iii to I to p rn at NBIIS leachers may receive stall development or AAI credit tor this workshop \rt Sampler' will he held on Tuesdays Wednesdays and 'Thursdays tor the next two weeks I aught bv Linda lleitkamp (I abba rd. the students will complete a variety (»t ait projects involving techniques of drawing printmaking painting collage and three dimensional and rebel sculptures Session I tor children iii grades I ii, will meet bom ‘I a iii to noon Session ll fin children in grades 7 12. will meet I rom 2 5 p in Both sessions will meet at 123 1/2 Academy The cost is SIV plus a $5 materials tee ‘(■rapines and Cartooning" w ill Im-offered Tuesday ti ti p m at 'The I-! due at ion tenter flus is an iii troduetory course in utilizing graphics and cartoons tor flyers posters, ads or tor personal enjoy men! Mike lews is tile instructor I int iou is SI5 plus supplies For more information, or to register for these classes, please call r»2t i 6200NBISD honors long-timers Seventy New Braunfels employees received service pins during the district's end of the year luncheon Ann Kleeman, a third grade teacher at Seele Klementary. receiv cd a pin for being with NBISl) for t.> years Administrator Carleton Dollop and teacher Mary Alice Mendez, received 30 year service pin.-, Faye Clarke, Tuska Friedeck Myra Lee doff and Billie Kenner received pins for 25 years in tho (list i let deceiving 20 year pins were Bren Musicians honored at Canyon ('nnyon High School band and choir had an outstanding year due to the et torts of many hardworking members The groups a tune out at the end of the school year to honor some o| the leading members of the organization In choir, the Anon Award was won tty Christine l»ape The National Choral Award foi outstanding contributions to the success of the school music program went to Gwen Martin bv a vote of the chou students and director The Directors' Awald tot outstan ding choral member was won by Virginia Buchner, while the Directors’ Award for achievement and dedication to excellence was won bv Sharia Wcidner Band members earned the tallow mg awards:    David (ivme. John I'hilhp Sousa Award; Lory Hill Anon Award Joe Cunningham Directors' Award Curtis Shane Louis Armstrong Sward Matt Braize. Iteau and lienee I‘reins, sweetheart Musicianship awards went to hand members Debbie Binned lienee I‘mss. Dw ayne Tschoepe, Mellissa Wuechter and Lisa Ball Merit Awards were earned by (’aminic Ikels. Stephanie Sheffield Krislee Wunderlich. Brenda Salge and Adam Dudley Special choir awards went to Johanthan Green, most improved singer; Monica Foegelle, most con sistent worker. Dylan Mathis most energetic; and Jason Poling spirit award Choir director at Canyon High is Jean Wood and hand director is Don ms Koehler (la Artlike. Florence Crew*- Belly Ann Davis, ( huck F.nglei I'hvllis Got rn an Inez Howell M a i ie Mel .ell,in and < ’odeon ITI lei Awarded 15 year pins were Im ogene Bramble!! Irene Brandon burg Virginia Buckingham. Glendon Gibbs, Jenevie Kohlenberg Violin Meyer. F rut Oso Muniz Mary Ann Pusaten, Olegario Bio 'l h, ti , Schwab, Zip Weissei and Bon lid Wunderlich deceiving lit year pins weie Helen Dollop. Barbara I lonuw Mariselda Morales Daimon Not cis Alison Badin, Kspi Bodiigucz Klenora Boeder. Kina Sanchez. Col leon Schneider Hildo Slocum, Judy Soliz I-1 aine Start/, and Fi unrisen Valenzuela Faming live va it pmv t re John me Bai tow lei iv < i onwelge Ramona Fspinosa    Susie    Garcia Haloid Corbel l et (in ham, Mvtna nudum. Judith Hunk y Stephanie Koehler. Tun Kratz luanda Lopez Pete Martinez Hoi mini.i Mejia Bai bara Meuiin, Joyce Millei David Mueller, Armando I.amire/., Maria Bur/. Bud Shockey VI.a gy VS ildrip Connie Wehe < ala Weiner. Boger Wilke Lisa Wood    Joyce    VS light Lucinda Zavala    and    Sharon Zillmonn ;