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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Pioneer Day Tending hoe a kind of cornbread cooking over an open fire at Memorial Elementary School is a New Braunfels The topped with homemade were a special treat of recent Pioneer Days activities at the Arts and crafts ranging from making cornshuck dolls and stenciling to branding and square Photo by Erik Karlsson New Texas May 1991 Page i prekindergarten registration set for CISD schools Registration for prekindergarten and kindergarten students who attend the Comal Independent School District in September will be conducted on all campuses during Schools will register five yearolds for kindergarten and four yearolds whdj qualify for prekindergarten according to the following schedule Bulverde Primary School Last name begins with May to Last name begins with May td All May 5 to 7 Goodwin Primary School Last names begins with May 7 at Last name begins with May 8 at all May 9 at Comal Elementary School All May 14 and to 3 Mountain Valley Elementary School Last name begins with May to Last name begins with May to Last name begins with May to Last name begins with May to Bill Brown Elementary School All students register at one of the above schools nearest their place An announcement of new attendance zones will be made at a later All children who will be five years old on or before eligible to enter The prekindergarten program is available economically disadvantaged four yearolds and those with limited speaking Proof of income is required to meet economically disadvan taged Parents should bring children along for readiness testing at To register a parents must provide a birth immunization Social Security and proof of residency in the Comal Indepen dent School Proof of residency may be shown by bringing a utility or homestead exemption For more contact Carol assistant superintendent at 6258081 or New Braunfels Middle School honor roll listed The following New Braunfels Middle School students were recog nized for their outstanding grades at a recognition breakfast They were named to the honor roll for the fifth sixweek grading 8th Grade Distinguished Kara Tiffany Sarah Ali son Rochelle Ashley Ellen Mi chael Amy Sally Karen Melissa Jana John Lindsey Rosalinda Barbara Shawn Amanda Julie Traci Allison Lana Walker and Shanna Doralisa Chris topher Danika Mat thew Martha Robbin David Amy Albert Kourtney Kristie Brenda Kla Suzanne Jerry Tanya Chris Sandra Courtney Toth and Patricia 7th Grade Distinguished Misty Kelly Andrea Whit ney Klint Misti Shawn Carissa Lorie Adham Saad and Anna Honor Laura Brandi Michael Kelly Gaston Melissa Kyle Kristi Linde Shannon John Sarah Amy Joey Stephen Clifton Amber Jason Wyatt and Cheryl 6th Grade Distinguished Jason Rebecca Thomas Travis Brittney Laura Mireya Rozanne Dillon Luke Leigh Ramon Allison Jinny Suzanne Jonathan Laura Jason Zae Andy Wendy Diana David Student testifies during field trip Dawn Kelly Alli son Shana Christina Mc Charmaine Carly Kyle Merrill Jeffrey Leslie David Brooke Amber Yvonne Leigh Roman Villarreal and Lisa Honor Christina Shelley Carlos Christy Janina Natalie Adrian Monica Keli Jennifer Liza Amber Jennifer Bradley Katii Gabriela Alex Susan Sherry Mat Sandra Monica Andrea Stacy Aleesa Tracey Leslie Opper Donny Gabriel Stacey Debra Kim berly Joanna Phillip Jenny Gate Amy Elizabeth Ga vin Leann Joshua Renee lone Williams and Robin Rose Schulz is a member of the Comal County Chapter of the Red We apologize for the Find out free if Beltane can help you hear u HEARING TEST 245 Landa 6201114 SAN ANTONIO AP A high school government class field trip to attend a criminal trial took a surprise turn when a studeni recognized a woman in court and look ihe witness stand to challenge her It was really Melissa an 18yearold senior at Lackland High said after tes tifying The 26sludenl class was attending a jury irial before 290th Districl Judge Sharon MacRae in which a man is charged with aggravated sexual assault of a The students picked the trial at random to attend at the Bexar County who is not involved in the recognized the alleged victims mother as someone she had worked with at a fastfood restaurant earlier this said teacher David When the mother testified she had not worked since it struck the studeni ihe wrong And when the woman teslified she had nol seen a key witness for quite some McElroy said the key witness had worked with the mother al ihe fast food restaurant Melissa was angry about it and she said what should I do I told her it was a moral dilemma for her and shed have to decide what to Merrell I think she was just compelled to do whal was Defense attorney Emil Holiner said Its the most bizarre thing Ive ever I dont know how to con vey the surprise of it SUSAN CURTIS An ACTIVE Voice for District 4 Goals Oppose Lafarge Toxic Waste Burning Attract light industry Provide the best city services for the least tax dollars Protect Comal Springs Background Teacher with 1984Present Master Degree in Education Recycling Comal County Founding Member Safe City Commission Block Coordinator Friends For Rivers Secretary German American Society Charter Member VOTE CURTIS for City Council Po1 Ad Vote early April 1530th at City Hall BRING US YOUR OLD FLEA COLLAR WELL GIVE YOU A NEW ONE FREE lift Mother s Starting at A d Delight Mom on Mothers Day with a hand painted porcelain carousel from fv the Welcome Home Available in a variety of sizes and some even come with music w Welcome Home carousel collection starts at only A Mothers Carousel mother and child with leclcly 7 high with music Mill Store Plaza New Hraunfels 5126207956 Saa Marcos Factory Stores San Marcos 5127546464 WlLCOME VALUE PRIORITY Get a priority 11month Flea Collar FREE when you bring us your old flea collar Available May 1st thru May DOLLAR DOG DIP day on May 11 and May am to Dip your own dog at your own New Braunfels Feed Supply 712 Loop 337 6257250 am pm am pm
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