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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Scrapbook Pifitl f Texas July Honored for service American Legion Auxiliary Franklin presents Grist an honorary plaque recognizing him for his 50 years of service in the field of veterinary American Legion Post 179 Auxiliary held installation services at the Legion Home last From front are Delia sergeantatarms Geri 14th District Seguin Sammy president of the Comal County Veterinary president Helen treasurer Carolyn Medical presented the plaque following the associations dinner in Grists secretary and back Irene Neuse for Elizabeth chaplain Evelyn second vice president Myrtle first vice president and Dorine Installation Installing officer Ernest of Bishop congratulates Virgil retiring com mander of American Legion Post 179 on a successful year before election of Henry incoming commander of the Gathering book donations for the annual sale 23 tlinger Memorial funds from the book sale from Babs Blanche Sanders and will benefit the Linda Sponsored by the Friends of Dit American Legion officers Qff ieers installed at ai recent meeting of the American Legion Post 179 front from Nelson historian James liaison officer Walton adjutant first vice Veterinary association The Texas Veterinary Medical Association prfsjdjnt a service gyyard to Edgar Grist for a hill century of dedicated service to cpmmanJer back row from Hugh finance officer Harold chaplain and Jack Newcomers Club welcomed fiye new members to the club at Tuesdays meeting at the Senior Citizens From left enjoying cups of coffee are Elmer Who moved here from Lake Texia El Paso Jim and Carolyn Ponca and Lillian doctorate m Medical of which he is folding He his past ejcperience and what yeterinf ry jrnedicine was like 50 years Grist many changes taken place in his profession and recalls he was the third yeterjjnirian to practice 3 licensed yeterinf rian in Iff w Ir m celebrated his years Tuesday at with 4 County Jte hf buen icDve MI aiperows civic ajad Aj a sop at Grisj worked ferivini oi New instrumental in organizing the first sausage festival in New which is now known as He is past president of that organization and served as a trustee of New Braunfels Grist is a longtime member of the Noon Lions and is a member of the Texas Veterinary Medical Historical The TVMA service award was presented by Franklin president of the Comal County Veterinary Medical Assomtion Kiwanis Club When Kiwanians met July they seemed ready for the upcoming We were reminded that an InterClub was planned for July 20 to San AntonioNorthwest Kiwanis There was a short report by Uie finance committee and we were reminded to be out before 7 on Saturday morn to put out The program was given by Gary Tigett of San Antonio who is helping the Hearinjg Aid Center with testing and other He told us that the ear can pick up or respond to vibrations from 16 cycle to around per but the human voice can produce sounds from about 500 to vibrations per The most frequent difficulty is that we often dp not clearly hear the soft this is one of the first Then comes the testing for loud usually up to 50 to 60 they test for spgech as well as loss of This happens so often in a room where there are several conversations and noise from typewriters or other Most modern hearing aids can tunf out the background There is no known cure for or ringing in the principjjiy because it seems to originate in thje brain instead of in the said that there is a law that tf you buy a hearing and it does help you can return it and get a full less
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