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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 25, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas I June allergens pose problems for pets Obituaries during balmy summer months Staff Wr The warm weather is responsi ble for a whole lot of scratching going on among household pets accordir 4i x Mil ViewVil Doherty the last few years and the current warm and humid environment means pet owners will have to real ly work at keeping fleas under con trol and should be especially alert to possible allergic skin reactions in their Two things come to mind very quickly fleas and said Fleas winter over locally but for the last three years theyve really They propa gate best at 85 to 90 degrees with 80 percent humidity and thats what According to Doherty flea control depends on a very consistent effort of treating and retreating the ani mal and the He sug gests asking your pest pet stores for help prb according to not all scratching is a result of Allergens affect animals more in their skin than in the respiratory system where people are Doherty The scratching may be because of allergic reactions to pollen or molds instead of Scratching is not the only thing to worry about under the current weather Doherty said that heartworms are a problem when you have a lot of and the wet weather is a perfect breeding envi ronment for mosquitoes which can infect animals with We need to practice heart worm prevention here year said We treat 40 to 50 dogs a year for Its not as com mon to find heartworm problems in cats and theres really no preventa tive approved for do suffer from flea allergies more than dogs according to Although they dont have as many fleas as dogs because they groom they are more subject to allergic skin reac tions to fleas he Cats also can have skin reactions to There are a lot of nice things about living in New Braunfels but being free of allergies isnt one of them for people or Stammtisch Arts and Crafts Show A Sami Arts and Crafts Affaire is scheduled for the Live Oak Civic Center on Saturday June 26 from 10 to 6 and June from 1 1 to 5 Admission is for adults children 12 and under get in for For more information call Sammie Gayle Dwyer 512 Journey to Biblical Times Amazing Journey to Biblical Times Vacation Bible School will begin June at Oakwood Baptist The journey will be each evening a from 6 to through July Call 6250267 for Bulverde July 4 cele bration v A July 4th celebration will be held at the Bulverde Community Center from noon to Events include a barbecue for a a Country Store and bake atten dance aid more fun and Proceeds from the event go toward the building For more information c all Laveme at 4387709 or Lillian at Child Care Training Program A child care training conference designed for individuals who work with preschool children is sched uled for June 26 at Lone Primary School in New Braun The conference is sponsored by the Texas and the day of the conference is Forms are available in the extension service or call Genealogy Society The Comal County Genealogy Society will not meet on July 6 as The next meeting will be in Womens Fellowship Due to the building program in the Womens Fellowship of First Protestant Church will not sponsor the Christmas in July bazaar in We look forward to bigger and better in Symphony Guild The New Braunfels Chapter of the MidTexas Symphony Guild and support Maestro Aldra Endo and the symphony in their 199394 Enchanting Memberships are available in two categories S15 for active and for For more information call 6250221 ing applications for 4 to 6 weeks of temporary Several slots are available for 1621 and applications for 14 and 15yearolds are being accepted for the applicant To stop by the AACOG office at 358 Landa Monday through or at the Canyon Lake Action Center on Tuesdays from 1 to 4 Call 10800 7072949 or 62929489 for more Fountain WalkA Thon A walk to save the fountain is planned for Sunday June 27 at The sixmile walk through the parks and historic neighborhoods will begin at the Hummel and all proceeds from participants sponsors will go toward restoring the 100yearold teams and challenges are welcome and add to the Pledge sheets and entry forms are available at Johnson 283 or 339 Main Call 625r5321 SWTSU Athletic Association The Southwest Texas State Uni versity Athletic Association is con ducting its membership Funds raised during the drive go to help fund the SWTSU athletic For more information call Marker Norma at NBISD Defensive Driving New Braunfels ISO Commu will offer a defensive driving course on Satur June 26 from 8 to 4 at t vthe Education 430 West rtMill taught by Bill Please call the Education Center at 6206200 or Hightower at 625 Hill Country Line Dancers Love to dance but dont the chance Become a charter member of the Hill Country Line Dancers Meetings are Fridays at at the Senior Classes are instructed by Miriam No previous instruction is Cool casual No partner For more call 6256618 or Danville School Reunion The Danville School Reunion will be Sunday June 27 from 3 to 7 at the Forke Store Building New Braunfels Conservation 1300 Church Hill Bring will be drinks For more infor mation call Arlon Jones at Andy Maibach at or Elaine Luehlfine Lehman Family Reunion The SchumannHuebinger Family reunion will be held June 27 at Hermann Sons Hall located at 463 north Union Registration is at 11 Bring a covered dish and a Picnic in the Park The New Canyon lake Area Association of Realtors will hold a membership meeting at June 28 at Landa Park across the water from the Tuition for picnicking in the park is an item for the Childrens Shelter Parks and Recreation The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Departmentwill be sponsoring a free Project WILD workshop for adult youth leaders and The workshop will be held June 26 from 9 to 4 in Landa This workshop is rec ommended for any youth camp Boy Scout and Girl Scout leaders and and is designed to develop awareness on a number wildliferelated For more information call 629 PARJC Hermann Sons Lodge 21 The New Braunfels Hermann Sons Lodge their indoor picnic July 11 at 3 Barbecue will be served and members should bring a covered Hermann Sons Dance Class signup The New Braunfels School of Dance will have registration for Fall Classes on Thursday August 5 from 1 to 6 at the Hermann Sons 463 North Union You must be a member of the Her mann Sons Lodge before you can register for the dance For more information call Virginia Vet ter at Evelyn Haiborth at 6255359 or Carl Fox at NBHS Reunion The New Braunfels High School 40th class reunion for the class of 1953 will be at at the Senior Citizens Grutnes Crossing Band will be performing forthereunJongoers Claw members wlw have not received registration letters or know of others who have call Shirley Hayes at or wtite 405 at Summer Eropl MCCXfsuirWywtb mem and training program is BECKERS MINIVAN SALE UP TO PACKAGE DISCOUNTSI PLUS SELECTED EQUIPMENT DISCOUNTS DODGE CARAVAN Take a no obligation demonstration ride In any of our new or and get a 3 x 6 US flag 6253463 547 SEGUIN Anna Perry Arrangements are pending at Zocllcr Funeral Home for Anna Perry of New Braunfels who passed away at her home Thursday afternoon at the age of Kathryn Scott Kathryn Scott of New Braunfels died June at the age of Funeral services are scheduled for noon on June at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church with burial to follow at the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic DocpfMiwehmMt Fumral Shipley Shipley died June at the San Antonio State Chest Hospital at the age of Funer al services are scheduled for 2 June at the Zoeller Funeral with burial to follow at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial begins after 3 Fri June 25 at Zoeller Funeral Home and continues until just prior to service time Shipley was bom August 1931 in Texas to Frank Shipley and Beulah Virginia He was retired from the per sonnel department at the New Braun fels Winns was a member of the Church of Christ a past member of the New Braunfels Rotary Club and the New Braunfels Shipley served in the United States Air Force and achieved the rank of staff Shipley lived in New Braunfels for 29 years prior to his one year residence in San Shipley was preceded in death by his wife Dorothy Shipley in He is survived by daughter Sue Shipley of San Antonio sons Lynn Shipley and wife Rhonda of San Anto Timmy Shipley and wife Debra of New and David Shipley and wife Carla of New Braunfels brothers Frank Shipley of and the Don Shipley of Texas and six Memorials may be made to the American Lung Association or the Church of Christ in Weather Today Party cloudy with a chance of afternoon Highs In the lows Inthe Partly cloudy with chance of Highs In the tows in the Sunday Partly cloudy with chance of Highs in the lows in the Monday Partly Highs in the lows in Water Watch Comal ft up 60 Edwards ft dn Canyon Lake cfs Canyon Lake cfs Lake Information for Water Watch is provided daily by officials with New Braunfels Utilities and the Army Corps of 3rd Qtntntton atFamilyOwnenhlp TUNEFtfL HOME Margaritas all 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