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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels UeraMZeitung December BA Public records CISC schedules Christmas programs DIVORCES County CourtatLaw presiding Judge Philip and Lorenna and Gerald James Franklin and Suzette Deborah and Frank and MARRIAGES County Clerks Office Russell Enouch Nixon and Ann Gulp Richard Carrasco Carrera and Rosemary Roger DeWayne Kammerer and Yvonne Suarez Gary Otto Fischer and Gloria Jean Timothy James Gross and Mary Louise Melvin Nolte and Sandra Jean FELONIES Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 Harold presiding judge Gary Wayne 4238 San An burglary of a motor Jerry Wayne 314 San burglary of a motor Thomas Howard Avenue theft over but less than Edward 564 Wards Corner credit card CONVICTIONS CourtatLaw presiding judge Sarah 1112 Farris San employment sentenced to 60 days in probated for one and a Lisa 186B West hindering three days in jail with credit for time and a Jesse 659 San driving while license three days in jail with and a Sharon Jeanne Route Box Driving While 60 days in probated for one and a William 1400 Ocean Corpus 10 days in jail work release and a Juan 218 60 days in probated for one and a Jesus 2605 Katy resisting 60 days in probated for 18 and a 850 Marion Rural Route Box Canyon 60 days in probated for 18 and a 850 Lucio 12803 San contributing to a minor a Eugene 4424 Marcus 60 days in probated for one and a David 5623 Fountain San 60 days in probated for one and a Analfo 155 120 days in probated for two and a Natividad 327 San 60 days in probated for one and a Michael 8139 San 60 days in probated and a Reinaldo Route Box 60 days in probated for one and a Daniel 231 Langtry resisting a BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital and Gary 1339 Ward and James 106 8 and Dwight 276 6 11 and Mike 61 Guada 8 and Mike Star Route 102 New 5 15 and Woody Box 7 12 and Roy 1034 7 13 and Allan Route Box Canyon 10 and Albert 7 9 and William 1390 10 15 Cotnal ISOs Christinas countdown will get into full swing next week with a variety of holiday musical programs and Instrumental music departments from Canyon High and Canyon Middle schools will present a joint Christmas program at Tuesday at the Civic seventh and eighth grade bands from and Canyon Highs concert wind stage band and jazz ensemble will perform traditional Christinas There will be no but freewill donations will be taken to cover rental costs for the The middle school choir will present a program at 8 Thursday at Paul Lutheran and a special Christmas assembly is set for 3 At 2 a special presented at Canyon High School by the student will feature a multimedia presentation of The Dream The Smithson Valley High School choir will tour Mountain Valley and Bulverde middle schools to present The Broadway Lil will also be presented in the SVHS Commons area at 7 Wednesday and The Bulverde Middle School band and choir will give a concert in the school gym at and a Christmas dance in the gym is planned from Thirdgraders at Bulverde Elementary School will put on a Christmas play at 2 Thursday for students and The traditional Christmas student assembly will be at featuring the teacher choir and a fourth and fifth grade Accompanied by choir students at Mountain Valley School will present a concert at and the band will perform in concert at Thursday in the school At Comal Elementary a Christmas What Shall We Do This Year for a Christmas will begin at Thursday for parents and The cast will include 85 secondand based on Charles Dickens A Christmas will be performed by fifthgraders rat Frazier beginning at A Christmas program featuring reading and xylophone ensembles will be presented at Wednesday and Thursday at Goodwin Primary The first performance is for and the second for Sattler school plans academic peprally Mountain Valley School will stage an Academic Pep Rally Monday to honor those middle school students who made the second sixweeks honor The 8 assembly will honor students on the distinguished all As and regular honor rolls all Distinguished honor roll students are eighth grkders Robert Debbie Donna Lance Jones and Sean Seaux seventh graders Angela Holly Kristine Teresa Nitschke and Monica Startz and sixthgraders Tina McNeill and Donald Regular honor roll students are eighthgraders Stefanie Crystal Katherine Brian Pam Toni Lynne Randy Rogers and Renee Stackhouse seventh graders Kim Shawn Jennifer Marci Christine Speck and Anna Marie Welch and sixthgraders Rhunette Joy John Emile Pam Daniel Elizabeth Marie Speckine and Robert will be closed 129 to leave our aisles open for all SENIOR CITIZENS and HANDICAPPED CITIZENS FREE COFFEE PERSONALIZED SERVICE FREE GIFT WRAPPING 10 OFF ALL will be placed throughout the store for your will be here for a real holiday feeling camisoles Wrangler Cowboy Cut Blue Dearfoam Entire 20 Off 13 99 Donkenny Pants Skirts quilted boots with warm linings several colors soles washable From Texsheen and our daywear is sale of styles and colors in rich nylon Womens Fall Shoe Our best selling Wrangler blue wear with Wranglers comfortable Mens Jackets Entire Stock Kich solid color poly gab in good basic colors Arm Rest Pillows Jumbo size arm rest pillows with corduroy co arms for Off to big selection of styles from our regular fall for dress and Special Group Of Womens Sweaters Levi Saddleman Boot 12 99 To 19 99 ESP Stretch Keg 12 Polyester Saddleman Jeans t oo 1 to plui acrylics in crewi and collar Save on every poplins and nylon quilt lined and satin lined to Entire Stock Of Mens Suits Now Off Just In Time For Christmas Includes 2 and 3 Values up to Jordache savings on Jordache blue denim fashion styles and Open Evenings till 8 December 12th December 23rd BRUNERS Fieldcrest Automatic Blankets 40 Slight tulls single cunlrul ijueena Kings i
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