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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas arsley hopes a arid weather lant tor at can rill bost the toe wWdfrom Phil who told t think the can thdir ana i think they will woperVthe ramps very wo ramps ftave been dlosed s when rrio agreement was reached fthe Corps and the tose agrcfmeritsexpif ed in Canyon Lake Village and Canyon liaKe village west turkey Cove1 December tfnd February btft both ramps were kept Open until the ferid of the fJ At the time the tease agreements Corps oftkiiais notified the county that certain repairs and modifitatioris to the ramps would be necessary before the agreements could be Negotiations have been ongoing since then to come to In an earlier Corps District Engineer Theodore Our intent is to Work With the county to bri ng the ramps tip to the present day standard so as to mp agreement soon provide the public with the best possible facility for launching their County officials were concerned that they would be liable rfot ac cidents m the and that has been a boneWeontentionin reaching Parsley said he thinks the Corps Will react favorably to the countys lastproposaX arid that theramps Will be open in a very Short The manager said he regrets that an agreement Was rhot reached while the lake waters were at an alltime Corps clue in Phil reservoir manager at Canyon will participate in a Corps of Engineers longterm training Parsley leaves 21 for a five month stay in where he will receive training by he natural resources division of toe I will be learning more abotit the kinds of things We do here fat Canyoh Parsley said abotit the He definitely expects to fctttrn to his post at Canyon Dam When the school concludes June Parsley said he does not yet know Who his interim replacement Will Easeldoes ft New officers of the Canyon Lake Art Guild were installed Tuesday night at Mountain Valley Grant outgoing president left installed Kathleen president SANDRA Laureata vice presidentGladys secretary Eva treasurer and Dolly First Federal expansion complete Expansion of the Sattler office of First Federal Savings and Uan Association of Now Braunfels is complete and customers no longer have to wait in lino for drivein Three new driveup equipped with pneumatic are now open in addition to the original driveup Mary Chappell has been On hand for several months in anticipation of the added facilities and is teller for the driveup Neal branch manager at said the expansion was necessary due to a huge increase in business at Canyon 1 We used to have lines of ears hack to the street on Friday evenings and Saturday Carter Me attributes the increase in business to the banking services that are now being offered by savings and loans in Checking accounts are respon sible For the most increase in our he adding that new growth in the area has also enhanced their A new computer terminal inside the Saltier office For the driveup window exclusively is expediting services for those Carter said a ribbonrutting ceremony is being planned to of finally open the new which is alreadv in School menus Briefly Week 141S Smithson Valley High School Breakfast Monday juice and rnilk Tuesday Biscuits and juice and milk Wednesday Jellyfilled and milk Thursday Pancakes and juiceand milk Friday No School Teacher In service Lunch Monday pinto milk Tuesday Hamburger on French peanut butter milk Wednesday Chicken fried mashed green sunshine Jello milk Thursday fried fruit milk 1Yidav No Mountain Valley Elementary and Middle School Breakfast Monday Baseball juice and milk Tuesday Jelly juice and milk Wednesday juice and milk Thursday juice and milk Friday No school iTeacher in service Lunch Monday Corn French ranch style milk Tuesday Shrimp scalloped English cherry milk Wednesday Bean and cheese milk Thursday Hamburger on French ice milk Friday No Activities Due to last weeks inclement the monthly meeting of the Friendship tliurch in the Valley was rescheduled for Thursday at 10 Luncheon will be served following the devotional speaker and business meeting Members of Cranes MU1 Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8800 will meet 15 at at Stailzvilie Community reinstated and transfer members are welcome to join as charter members All applications must be received For further Items for resale by the Canyon lAke Action Center Thrift Shop are being received on weekdays from 9 until and the shop is open Wednesdays ami Fridays from 10 until 4 Items are not ac cepted on consignment Customers are reminded to watch for an early spring Pilots schedule Bridge Bowl Members of tanyon Lake Pilots Cluh will hold their annual Bridte Bowl during the month of Bridge players make reservations now to each Sundav in beginning at at the party Pilots Club spokesperson Polh Sauriders said this years tournament will be made of of eighteen tables Well have plenty ot room to pn this she Registration fee is per or for each Fintoi foods will be served ench and trophies will be given to the for three The next seven highest scorers will receive The tournamonl is oneof nual fundraising affairs sponsored by the ladies To call PatU at OKI T no on wait to leave a message on the anvwerint1 New classes due at Action Center New sponsored h Roadrunner Writers Fridax at the Canyon Lake Action Centers new building in SattUi The study yvill be H Christian writers seminar on tape prepared b Floyd Thatcher and Charlie Saead Participants will decide at the first meeting on the the intervals of ih Those attending should bruit ft pen and sack lunch March f Dimes SAVES BABIES The Only Hybrids With Pa thotype 3 Downy Mildew Resistance find theyre fop By planting hybrids with inbred resistance fo the new downy you avoid the potential plsntability problems associated with fungicide ttcated theyre both proven performers with outstanding yield records throughout onr See yuut Pioneer dealer right iiway foi your share of these exceptional sorghum resistance to apparent new smut PIONEER
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