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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas CISDCanyon Middle School honors outstanding students Students of the month for February were named at Canyon Middle School this week Friday the students were honored during lunch in the cafeteria. Their parents were invited to Join them for lunch, and to see them receive their certificates,” said Boy Linnartz. principal of the school. “Students from each subject area are selected on the basis of attitude, citizenship and academic achievement,” the educator said Sixth grade winners in February were Shari Hudson, language arts; Janie Rivera, science; Jason Chew, math, Larry Johnson, band; Andree Sablatura. choir; Sandra Lozano and Marsha Ciomperlik. art. Veronica Lopez, girls’ physical education; Jason Miller, boys' physical education Vicki Dahl, resource science; and Samuel Ayala, reading In the seventh grade, honored students included Glenda Ellers, language arts Jim Wetz. science. Jonas Kenobato. math. Danny De La Puente, band. Yolanda Escalante. choir. Joey Jentsch and Shawn Rossi, art. Cathy Tice, girls’ physical education, and Chris Tiller, boys physical education Also Eloisa Torres, resource science, Priscilla Crawford, homemaking. Maricela Diaz. Spanish Kendnd Mathis, reading. Leslie Posey. German, and Joshua Noriega computers Eighth grade winners are Laura Gusme language arts. Albert Wiener science Jesse Smith. math. Douglas Vader band. Cody McBrearty and Eddie Garcia, art Roger Gomez industrial arts. Kim Vorpahl girls physical education and tans Paniagua boys physical education Also Be\erly Natal girls athletics Tort AJbracht. homemak mg lee Voigt combination unit. Alma Gonzales Spanish Kristi S vend sen reading Karen Sanchez. German Jessica Poling programm mg and Rosemary Robles hor ticulture SVHS FFA places high in San Anfonio stock show several Future Farmers of America members from Smithson \ allev High School exhibited their animals at the Nan Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo recently With over 5 (in entries rn the market steer swine and lamb dive Mono combined from exhibitors all across the state our FFA members managed to place three market hogs ami two steers in the premium auc Hon vale ^id Darrell Moeller their sponsor In the market s*ine division Billie Jean M< lntosh s fourth place chester White barrow sold for 94 is per pound in the auction while Jute Craighead s ninth place ( rossbed barrow sold for P IS per pound and Amber • arter s ninth place Yorkshire barrow bruugth it SO per pound Clint Krause exhibited the fifth place Mmmentai in the steer show and wild it for ti kl per pound while Moon a start/ placed tier steer sixth in the Brahman cross class and sold it for ti IJ per pound CHS band grabs honors for performances Members of the Canyon High School Cougar Band brought home first and second division marks from the New Braunfels High School Invitational Solo and Ensemble Contest Feb 21. Earning first division awards for their instrumental solos were Patricia Campos. Usa Ball, Ann Teresa Matschek and Christine Morgan on flute. Cammie Ikels. Angela Pinson. Jan Moos. Patricia McGarity. Debbie Bindseil and Terre Williams on clarinet; and Anne Sablatura on piano First division ratings for ensembles went to Cammie Ikels. Kami Schiller and Carlie Smith for a flute, clarinet and oboe trio. while Aimee Austin. Ann Teresa Matschek and Letty Burr won for the flute trio The following students earned a se cond division on their solos David Gyure on French horn. Ricky Benavides on trombone. Tracy Schulz on baritone. Rebecca Cannon on trumpet. Steffi Scheffield on alto saxophone, Kristee Wunderlich, Aimee Austin and Letty Burr on flute, Kami Schiller on oboe. Janet Ward on clarinet, and Jan Moos on piano. Band director at Canyon High is Dennis D. Koehler. Bulverde math students raise $1,600 for St. Jude's Bulverde Middle School students have raised more than $1,600 for patient care and research into catastrophic diseases at St. Jude’s Children's Research Hospital through the St. Jude s Math-A-Thon project. "Students collected pledges from local residents upon completion of the Math-A-Thon funbook.” said Melanie Thornton, middle school math teacher who sponsored the program “Each funhook contained approximately 200 math problems in the students’ grade levels ’’ T-shirts were awarded to students who collected $25 or more Tote bags and T-shirts were awarded to collectors of HOO or more Winners of both prizes included OUR Pf AM ON OS were being Mare ii iv sk BEFORE THIS FELLOW VAS EVEN A PUP... SB ‘ IOO** OH Any Bridal Set or Diamond Dinner Ring of 'SOO** Value or More Brtaj^TkliAd -JLL'iii: Aam mm'tLIm I I I 8 $ $eui Braunfels Smuttier "Your Friendly Family Jeweler” | 358 Landa    629-2781    f ■I'". . .TI Td** T.’***'. " I"**1' 'TTA’* . -A-.    "O' *"*    .T*.    lf**    : I HERITAGE Aburst    C In Association with KGNB KNBT Et The New Braunfels Herald Presents Cruise Night Date: March 4th (Wednesday) Time: 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Place: New Braunfels Civic Center YOU are cordially invited to join the tun and entertainment at our "CRUISE SHOW" featuring ADMIRAL CRUISES • AMERICAN HA WAH CRUISE LINE BERMUDA STAR LINE • CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES COS TA CRUISE LINE • DOL PHIN CRUISE LI NE HOLLAND AMERICA CRUISELINE • NORWEGIAN CARIBBEAN LINE OCEAN CRUISELINE • ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISE LINE ROYAL VIKING LINE Vest P tijed REFRESHMENTS LIVE ENTER I Al NM ENT ST VIE SHOW..... Visit with the various cruise line representatives learn how affordable and fun cruises really are; pick up the most current brochures on these cruise lines Et enjoy the films hemp shown. For Complete Details Call: HERITAGE TOURS & TRAVEL 625-7528    658    7538 A $1.00 Donation at the Door to Benefit COMFUNDM Elizabeth Mitchell, Christopher Bayless, Karen Smith. Ronnie Scott and Lacy Wagner. T-shirts were awarded to Kerry Smith, Stacie Champlin. Brandi Selsor, Heather Fry. Is Shannon. Karen Engel. Jenny Langdon. Erica Morris. Jennifer Burkey. Tony Robinson, Rhonda Richardson, Kerri King and Beverly Eldridge. Other students who participated were Amy Brennan, Arthur Langeberg, James Wirta, Kirsta Holmquist and Jennifer Kotara Middle schoolers win trophy at academic meet Bulverde Middle School students brought home the third place overall trophy from the Bulverde Middle School Key to the Hills Academic Meet Feb 21 First place honors went to seventh grader Kerry Smith for ready writing, and John Marquis, an eighth grader, for his earth science entry Second place winners were Kirsta Holmquist. sixth grade poetry interpretation; Bob Vanacek. sixth grade prose interpretation; and Kelly Holdridge, seventh grade prose interpretation Students earning third place ribbons were Jason Harmon, sixth grade prose Jeremy Able, eight grade earth science, and Kristi Sharp, eighth grade calculator. Other ribbon winners who placed in fourth through sixth places and contributed points to the team trophy were Roe co Arizzi. Brenda Delgado, Heather Fry, Arthur Langeberg. 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