New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 19, 1991, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 19, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A    Herald    Zeltung,    New    Braunfels,    Texas    Sunday, May 19, 1991Donors to Seniors’ Center of Comal County renovation listed The drive for dollar to build the « new Seniors’ Center on Landa Street > is going well,” said volunteer fundraiser Bob Dingeldein. “The project is to the point now where everyone must put their shoulder to the wheel — every person, every business, every organization — so the goal of $300,000 can be be attained.” In the May 5 edition of the Se* • Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, the Comal !<?ounty Senior Citizens Foundation • provided a list of early contributors to vtheir cause. Givers to the current pro- • hectare listed here. I; Dingeldein, who noted he hopes to • provide further lists detailing dona-vtion of funds, good and services, I invited anyone detecting an error to contact him at 625-7434. Donors include: Individual Capstone Donors ($l,000-$4,999): Gladys S. Barding, Col. W.T. Ellis, H.E. Knox, Herbert Kraft, J.P. & Evelyn Wimberly, G.T. Sc Madeline McCollough, Col. & Mrs. Robt. Dingeldein (USAF Ret.), Mildred A. Lehmann, Leslie D. & Sarah C. Thom, R.A. Metzke and Mr. & Mrs Eugene D. Burr. ,. Individual - Cornerstone Donors ($500 - $999) W W. Sc Doris Amacher, Charles Burdette, Raymond A. & Gladys Baese, Richard G. & Mary Boyer, John A. Sc Teresa Campbell, Carl H. Sc Mildred Duhon, Col. John A. & Jane G. Kenagy, Floyd Sc Elsie Pies- During a Saturday event, above, senior citizens’ fund drive volunteers share sausages with "Lube-a-thon” organizers. From left are volunteer Henry Belville, D A. Brad-fute of Bradzoil 10-Minute Change, volunteers Jeannine Johnson, Marie Dawson and John Bowers, and Cameron Bradfute of Bradzoil. An Order of Eastern Star donation is accepted by James Mashburn, from left, and Les Thorn from Clifton and Olivia Wilkinson, worthy patron and matron. (Photos by Erik Karlsson and Karla Wenzel) A-rfhe family of Helene Dick wishes to express grateful appreciation to the' f McKenna Hospital Stau Kimberly Care Hospice Lakemont Haven Pastor • Ron Walters and the stat* and members of St Paul's Lutheran Church during our Mother s illness The loss of our Mother was sharai by many people, in faith with countless prayers calls, cards, visits gifts of flowers, food and memorials. May God bless each of yow. r j.    Marilyn    and    Harrold    McFarland barbara and Dan Edwards * -r -    -    -    Billv    and ChckREGISTER NOW FOR IO WEEK SUMMER SESSION Begins June IO - Ends Aug. 16 Olasses include: Gymnastics, Tumbling, Kinder-gym and Taekwondo Register by photic or in person 1-512-620-4512 1275 Hwy. 8JE (behind I CHY) New Braunfels, TX ter, Rita M. Radosevish, Col. Gordon D. Sc Natalie J. Rowe, Geo. & Ruth Stevenson, Richard F. & Mary B. Warren, Mr. & Mrs. Merlin Birdson, Anne Monday, Mr. & Mrs. O.E. Hendricks and Re^. Heinrich F.J. Rest. Foundation Donors ($0-$499):    Mr.    &    Mrs.    Terry Adams, Alice Allen, Mr. Sc Mrs. James R. Allen, R.H. & Mary Louise Almond, Reinhold & Ruby Altwein, Rev. & Mrs. Bill G. Arnold, Mr. & Mrs. RU. Amwine, John L. & Irene Baldridge, Roland & Myrtle Bauersc-hlag, Mr. & Mrs. H.D. Belville, Leroy W. Bierstedt, Mary J. Billingsley, Katharine C. Blackford, Lt. Col. & Mrs. Vernon F. Bleck, Ema & Roland Boenig and Bruce & Harold Boettcher. John & Irene Bowers, Ollie G. Bright, Mr. & Mrs. Weldon Broughton, Homer P. & Virginia Brown, Albert & Dorothy Buhl, Mr. & Mrs. S.T. Bunns, Constance D. Carpenter, Christine M. Brown, Liselott Caruso, Maxwell & Carol Case, Mr. & Mrs. Lowell E. Castleberry, Sr., George & Norma Cavin, Josephine H. Christian, Thomas E. Sc Carolyn Caney, Everett A. & Marie Clayton and Richard E. Conrey. David L. Sc Helen Cook, J.L. & Jean Cooney, BJ. & Lenore Court -wright, WJL Sc Nan Dillen, S.W. & B.C. Dillingham. James & Betty Diaw'e, Eugene D. & Jenette Eike, Will P. Ellis. Mr. & Mrs. R.P. Erd-man, J.L. Evans, Lillian R. Farr, Mr. & Mrs. Ruben A. Felder, Dr. J. Peter Sc Sally A. Forney, L. Carl Fox, Kenneth A. Sc Henrietta Frisbie and Lucille Fuchs (Fox). Capt. FJ. & PU. Gajewski, Mr. Sc Mrs. Mauro Garza, Sr., M. Joel & Kathryn T. Gordon, Frederick A. Sc Priscilla Gorham, IV, James P. Sc Catherine Grosserode, Alexia Hampe, James G. Sc Evelyn Hazel, Mr. Sc Mrs. Calvin A. Heidrich, Mr. & Mrs. O.E. Hendricks, Pat L. Sc Honense Hernandez, Lorene S. Hollowed Clarence Sc Elva Holzmann, Monde Hopkins, Marne N. Howard, Mr. Sc Mrs. Emery P. Huegele and Dr. Henry Sc Linda Hull. Shirley Janke, V. Daniel Sc Eli zabeth Johnston, Ida L. Kenny, John P. & Jus ti na Kerulis, Werner Sc Bonnie Kieseling, James I Sc Carolyn Kilkenny, Calvin W. & Freda King, Sr., Jewel W. Sc Orval Kirkham, Irene S. Klein, Elsie Kneupper, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Boenig, Albert H. Sc Betty Kouri, Calvin Sc Loraine Kraft, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard A. Kramer, Elmer Sc Evaline Krueger and Honorable Edmund Kuempel. Edward J. Sc Resa A. LaGarde, Dr. John K. Sc Mrs. Landry, Lillian M. Lucas, David H. & Sally A. Lund, Jessie Des Lyons, William P. Sc Mary C. Mabry, Carman T. & John R. Malcolm, L.A. & Ruch W. Malins, Andrew E. Sc Pauline Marbach, Lester D. & Lena B. Marcusm, Mr. & Mrs. Carl L. Marion, Margaret M. Matthews, Michael P. Sc Regina McFarland, Eugene J. Sc Jeanne McIntyre, Mrs. Howard C. McKenna and Gordon L Sc Vera J. Meeter. Grace C. Mellard, Arnold Sc Gladys Merrimann, Don E. Sc Valerie Meyer, Eunice C. Mowery, Joe &. & Mary S. Neeley, Carl Sc Rachel Newsome, Walter F. Sc Nettie C. Oakes, Donald H. & Ida M. Offerman, John A. Olson, Pascal P. Sc Margaret E. Painter, Martin Sc Clare L. Peterson, Gerald Sc Lillian Phillips, Mr. Sc Mrs. Ted Pilcher, Kathy Price, Lee Sc Martha C. Rahe and Roma Rahe & Beverly Ann Giacoletti. Mr. Sc Mrs. Glenn P. Ramsey, Dennis R Sc Anna Clare Ray, Marie Rose Remmel, Col. Robert S. Sc Sara W. Rayfield, Col. S. Sc barbara Metcalf Reynolds, Mrs. Herman Richter, Caroline P. Riddle, Wanda I. Roberts, Lanita Ross, Elmer W. Sc Helen M. Ruhnow, Carolyn E. Ruppel, Oscar M. & Esther E. Ruppel, Craig Sage-Pteas* aaa DONORS, Paga 9A ATTENTION 1961 NBHS GRADUATES CLASS REUNION June 8, 1991--7:00 PM-1:00 AM Wursthalle For Ticket Information Call (625-3181) (625-0575) (625-2345) After 6:00 pm NEW BRAUNFELS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY wishes to recognize the following businesses who have contributed to Jog-A-Thon '91: Corporate Sponsors BRADZOIL TEN-MINUTE OIL CHANGE EBERHARD LUMBER CO. NAEGELIN’S BAKERY POPEYE'S FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN PRIME SOURCE EDUCATIONAL SUPPLY SHERRI’S FLORAL CREATIONS SCHLITTERBAHN Sponsors Broussard Teacher & School Supply Chick-Fil-A of Windsor Park Comal Flower Shop Das Toymaker H.E.B. Headquarters Krause Books Kroger's of New Braunfels McDonald's Our heartfelt thanks for your generosity and support in making log-AThon '91 a most successful fundraiser for NVCA. _ Mr. Gatti's Pizza Natural Bridge Wildlife Park Shepherd's Shoppe TCBY Yogurt Wal-Mart Winn's Landa Plaza TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR WEIGHT Permanent Weight control Through Hypnotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming CALL FOR FREE INFOLONNIE SHOEMAKER Certified Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner629-1008    New    Braunfels The One Maternity Outfit That Fits New Braunfels Perfectly When wain shopping fora male mirv out lit. then* an* a lot of conc erns you might have. You don’t want ii lo Im’ loo large. I )r loo small. You want one that you tan feel jx ifec th c milton able in at all times. Net one that s still very current Anc) \ou’d like one that easih accommodates your glowing needs. From the moment you receive the good news to the- das vent deliver. 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