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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 2, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Choir students eye state after regional contest Local high school choir students and their vocal chords struck lots of first-division notes recently at the University Interscholastic league (UIL) regional contest in San Antonio. Choral students from Canyon High School brought home 15 first division ratings, 23 second divisions and three third divisions. Ten soloists, two trios, one quartet and the 34-member Third Period Advanced Mixed Choir from Smithson Valley High School earned first divisions, qualifying for state competition at the University of Texas in Austin in May. And 12 soloists and one trio from New Braunfels High School received first divisions. The Canyon Balladiers also earned a first division rating on their show choir ensemble. Balladiers going to state include Kristi Bretzke, Edward Chaisson, Bussell Dietert, James Estes, Nancy Free. Keitta Hilton, Curtis Martin, Teresa Moehrig, Tracy Ohm, Patrick Voss, William Waring and Jane Young. Twelve SVUS students received first divisions, but did not qualify for state. They are Rachael Combest, Teresa Tackett, Blithe McDonald, Roxanne Wehe, Patti Evans. Kirsten Nickel!. Lisa Noll, Donna White, Andrea l.ewis. Darren Gray, Sharon Hons and Beverly Kuebel. Various ratings, broken down by schools, were: New Braunfels First division solos went to Robert Compton, David Perez, Jessie Willis, I'aura Kennedy, Chista Markins, Angela Lindsey, Brenda Martinez, Sabrina Koch, Carl Lamsfuss, Robin Richardson, Georgia Tamayo and Roxann Ulloa. A trio of Richardson, Sheila Brandenburg, and Lori Pettyjohn also received a first division rating. Second division soloists were Juliet Watson, Angela Looney, Kevin Schmidt, Benjamine Karla Schroeder, Judy Gonzales, Lisa Taylor, Norma Soliz, Marilyn Meckel, Sylvia Frost, Lori Pettyjohn and Shaunlyn Schumaker. Ensembles earning second divisions were grouped as follows: Sabrina Koch, Angela Looney and Karla Schroeder; Robert Compton, Magdaleno Medellin, Mark Kennedy and Carl Lamsfuss: I .aura Kennedy, Angela Lindsey and Shaunlyn Schumaker; and Tina Dominguez, Judy Gonzales and Lupe Espinoza. Smithson Valley First division soloists were Glenn Green, Stephanie Zerbel, Mike King, Sandra Hons, Katie Kelfer, Joe Trullender, Curtis Hinze, Ronnie Comer, Shelley Teas and Stephanie Hunter. Trios headed for state include Zerbel, Kelfer and Beverly Kuebel, as well as King, Green and Trullender. A quartet composed of King, Green, Trullender and Darren Gray also won a first division. Earning second divisions were the 24-member Fifth Period Girls’ Choir, the 39-member Second Period Beginning Mixed Choir, Lisa Hyatt, Debbie Brewer, Lori Smith, Leslie Mantooth, Tammy Gass and Teresa Bragg. Canyon First division Soloists on their way to state include Tina DeVillez, Jeanette Doege, Teresa Moehrig, Tracy Ohm and William Waring. Ensemble members who qualified for state were I^auren Burch, Amy Mazy, Felicia McElroy and Jeannine Pfeil. Alcoholics Anonymous has local chapter Deaths The group may not receive a lot of fanfare, but Alcoholics Anonymous is active iii New Braunfels and has been for many years. And if you want to stop drinking, there s a place in the group for you. a spokesman for the local chapter said. The group, known as the New Braunfels Home Group, is described as low-key." and there are no dues or fees required. It meets at New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. 373 Howard, Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Monday meetings are closed meetings for women only, while Wednesday meetings are open to both men and women. Saturday meetings are open for persons interested in learning about the program for friends and relatives as well as for members. All meetings begin at H p.m. •What we say at meetings, stays at meetings," the spokesman said. "No lists or membership rolls are kept. Individual anonymity is protected at all times." Inactive for a time, the local group began to grow in the late 1960s. Some individuals attending the meetings have up to 20 years of unbroken sobriety. The group is self-supporting, as it depends upon contributions from individuals. Alcoholism is no respecter of age or sex. affecting people of all ages and women and men in almost equal numbers, the spokesman said Through the meetings, participants share their strength and hopes with others. FHA-HERO chapter members attend Austin conference Members of the Future Homemakers of America-Home Economics Related Occupations i FHA-HEROi of New Braunfels and Canyon high schools recently attended an area meeting in Austin. Juniors Linda Wilson, Cheryl Dees and Seniors Denise Aldana an J Gail Riedel were among those attending tile Area VII meeting of tile FHA* HERO House of Delegates. Wilson and Dees were elected Area VII treasurer and recording secretary, respectively, for the 1983-84 school year Aldana and Riedel were honored as outstanding chapter members. From Canyon, juniors Robin Elrod and Julie McDermott and senior Julie Wostal attended. Elrod is vice president of the Canyon HERO chapter, while Wostal is first vice president of FUA Aldana was also among those honored at the Rural Youth Honor Banquet held in San Antonio recently in conjunction with the 34th annual Stock Show and Rodeo. The banquet was hosted by the stock show and rodeo board of directors Area reading council formed Rev. R.W. Bizer Charlie Hoerig Martha Fritsche J.T. Campbell Services for J.T. Campbell of Houston, but formerly of New Braunfels, will be at noon Thursday at Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Chapel in Houston, with the Rev. Bill G. Arnold officiating. Burial will bi* in Rosewood Memorial in Humble. Campbell, 77, died Monday, Feb. 28. in a Seguin hospital. He was affiliated w ith the Baptist church. Survivors include his wife, Mabel Campbell; his daughter. Betty Evans, both of New Braunfels; a son, I-eslie Campbell of Pasadena: a brother. C.D. Campbell; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Joe A. Warren Services for Joe A Warren of Route 9. Box 287, Canyon I .ake. will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Coker Funeral Home in Sanger, Tex., with the Rev. Albe Davenport of Sanger officiating. Burial will be in Sanger Cemetery, under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Home Warren, 59, died at 9:40 p.m. Monday, Feb. 28, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Born on May 12, 1923, in Sanger, he was the son of Frank and Mae (nee Nance) Warren. On May 5, 1946, he married Eiiuna Jean (nee Wright) Warren in Del Rio. A resident of New Braunfels for one year, and prior to that of Mineral Walls, he was vice-president of Pipe Line Co. He was affiliated with the Baptist church, and a member of the A&M Century Club. He was also a World War II navy veteran. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jean Warren of Canyon l.ake; his mother, Mrs. Mae Warren of Denton; three sons, Connie Joe Warren of Perryton, Jessie Cole Warren of I Lewisville, and Gene Cory Warren of Orlando, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Jennie V. Grimes of Buchanan Dam; a brother, Cleburne S. Warren of Odessa; and five grandchildren. Elden Ketler Rita Barber John M Manley Bond issue Local air opinions on failure of package Editor’s note This is the debut of a weekly feature designed to give you a chance to let your views be known Future topics will deal with local, state, national and international events. By CINDY RICHARDSON Staff writer Some local folks had a chance to voice their opinions on why the the recent New Braunfels Independent School District's $9.3 million bond issue failed. That bond issue, which was voted down February 12, would have financed a wide variety of improvement* at existing schools, a new elementary school, air conditioned of all facilities and a new administrative office, among other items. Many people questioned did not know a great deal about the topic, and this seems to support the idea bv some that lack of information caused the issue to be voted down. Those who did know what it was all about told us the following: "I suspect there was not enough public information to document the needs," said Rev. R.W Bizer. who lives in the Comal Independent School District "As far as I can see. the needs are there." "I think it was a lack of information on the part of whoever runs these* elections. The information didn't get around much," Charlie Hoerig said I can’t understand it." said I mn Boa met, "As a former president of the school board. I am .strongly in favor of the improvements. I think, number one. not enough people got out to vote. And. number two, people didn’t understand the issue." Some people thought tin* bond issue failed because of a lack of interest, but one woman disputed this. "I hate to say it vs as because of a lack of interest," said Kite Barber "I think people arc interested, I think they are just disenchanted with politics right now." Others attributed the failure to e onot11ic reasons "It was just such a large sum of money that I think it shocked people,” said one woman. "I guess people didn’t want more taxes." said John M Manley. "People were afraid their taxes would go up." Martha Fritsche said "They asked fur too much all at once." said Elden Ketler. "It was too much for tile people of this district to handle." The same thing happened when fit* was living in Houston, he noted. That bond issue was originally voted down, but when it was broken down into smaller bond issues, each ended up passing It took several years, but the district got what it needed, fie said. • Footnote NBISD trustees indicated Tuesday they planned to call a second bond issue for May 141. New Braunfels and Comal Independent School District teachers md educators have joined with surrounding school districts to form iii ai ca reading council. Such councils arc organized to encourage students to read outside die school environment and to inform teachers of methodology. Dr Bonnie Long Ilion, reading instructor at Texas Lutheran College, was the guest speaker at a meeting attended recently by 45 educators from New Braunfels, Comal, San Marcos, Navarro, Marion, Schertz* ( ibolo-Umver.sal City and Stockdale. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the need for an area reading council, affiliated with tile International Reading Association. Educators present elected chairmen of a program, membership, nominating, publicity and public relations committees. Kara Edged of Comal Independent School District was elected head of the membership committee. The council will meet again on March 24 in Bnesmeister library in Seguin to determine the amount of dues and the name of the newly organized group. Teachers are encouraged to participate in the council. Individual membership in the International Reading Council is optional. Shop The Herald 625 9144 SHARIK BBH These Downtown Merchants C A N THON y c Hie Hatty Stop more or DAV Benne Barb mare Will be open until 7 PM every Thursday night for your convenience. Government Historic Landmarks Commission: 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, City Hall council chambers. Garden Ridge City Council: 7 p.m. Wednesday , Garden Ridge City Hall. 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