New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 7, 1991, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 7, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Scrapbook \‘Page 6 Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, November 7, 1991 J Happy reunion United Way meeting Attending a United Way mid-drive update Oct. 23 at New Braunfels Smokehouse were United Way President-Elect Rusty Brockman, drive Co-Chairwoman Pam Kraft, Smokehouse Manager Russell Dietert, Smokehouse Vice President Mike Dietert, drive Co-Chairman Jack Farris and United Way Executive Director Joe Worl. The meeting area and refreshments were donated by the restaurant. Last meeting Convention delegates Getting together at a recent class reunion were Frances Oheim Savage, Phyllis Hughes Erben, Lucille Stapper 0‘Day, Melba Meckel Roth, Marian Schumann Miller, Marilyn Adams Hatchett and Marie Sadue Jarisch. New Braunfels Republican Women elected delegates to the 1990-91 Texas Federation of Republican Women Biennial Convention this weekend in El Paso are, front from left, Linden Anderson, Margaret Fields, standing, Elisabeth Berg and Robbie Bothers. In life loved and honored In death Remembered John Doe U.S. Navy USS Enterprize 1941-1943 $16.00 Deadline November 25, 1991 Come by or send to: Herald-Ztitung 707 Landa-New Braunfels, TX 78131*1328 625-9144 If your heater’s inefficient, Jack Frost will be nipping at more than your nose. Nip ol Jack iii the bud. Try these simple maintenance tips on your home’s electric heating system Replace or clean your furnace filler once a month. Ii.spec! the fan belts for wear. With central units, examine ducts and air supply vents for leaks or damage. i>ower your electric bills this winter Keep your heater running efficiently. rn Federnales I-Ut im I utjfmfuiitr Im ny H. Ilium t .my UH 1.41m ( cdrfi Kirk I    S|    Kilty.    K    >    U    bud.    I    Ar    Ti    4*1*    .nut    Mart    4.    IAU Pearl Harbor No one who listened to Franklin Roosevelt December 7, 1941, will ever forget the "date that will live in infamy." In little more than one hour, 3,000 people died. Hawaii, home for much of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, went from obscurity to the front page and America was launched into World War ll. On Friday, December 6, 1991, the Herald-Zeitung will present a special edition in remembrance of Pearl Harbor, World War ll 50th Anniversary and most importantly those who served. This would be the ideal time to honor your family, loved one or friend who have served (or is serving) in our U.S. Armed Forces, by placing a recognition message. New Braunfels Utilities board of trustees President E.C. Mornhin-weg, left, during the Oct. 29 thanks board Vice President jesse Gomez for his five years of service on the board. Gomez’ term expired Nov. 1. John Doe Enterprize 1941-1943 Please Include Photo ;

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