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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 12, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday April HeraldZeitung 3 A WalkAmerica raises On Saturday March 25 1995 80 plus New Braunfels residents walked through the streets of New Braunfels to raise money for healthier babies A total of was raised in our com munity for the fight against defects The team receiving an award for raising the most money was the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Coop erative with a total of The team receiving the award for the most walkers was NBHS Marine Corps Jr ROTC with a total of 18 walkers The individual raising the most money with a total of for the third year in a row was WalkAmerica committee member Laurie Oberkampf A big thank you goes to County Judge Carter Castcel for serving as the March of Dimes WalkAmerica Honorary Chairperson who partici pated in the mile walk Thanks also to Dean Taylor from for his help in a live interview the morning of the event and to pho tographer Michael Darnall from the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung who was on hand to take some photos at the start of the walk A big thank you to Jim Wesolick and Diane Grohman who provided wonderful singing before the event and who also sang God Bless the and to Boy Scout Troop for carrying the flags and reciting the Pledge of Alliances Thanks also to Chris Hilde brand with High Voltage Mobile DJ for providing music during and after the walk and the Shriner clowns for their entertainment for the children and the big kids at heart A big thank you to Robert Konkel from Molly Joes Catering for providing a deli cious lunch for all the walkers at the end of a long miles Special thanks go to this years event sponsors which include Guadalupe ValleyTelephone Coop erative Victoria Bank Trust Texas Commerce Bank New Braun fels Factory Stores Garland Trans missions and New Car Dealers Asso ciation and the checkpoint sponsor Adobe Verde Thanks most of all wonderful people of New Braunfels for their sup port and contributions to help this event be a successful one for the fight against birth defects and infant mor tality And last but not least a very special thank you to the New Braunfels March of Dimes WalkAmerica Com mittee consisting of Susan Collins Kay Stahl and Laurie Oberkampf Job well done Ruth Fran Henson Ruth Fran Henson age 78 of New Braunfels died Monday April at the Arboretum She was born Dec in Tarentum Pennsylvania to Alan Burton Chapman and Ruth Craw ford Chapman She married Fred Hen son Aug 7 1941 in Orlando Florida She was a New Braunfels resident for 24 years She worked with Southwestern Bell and the American Legion Ladies Aux iliary She was a member of the New Braunfels Christian Church Survivors arc her husband Fred Henson of New Braunfels sister Patri cia Fuller of New Braunfels and a brother Crawford Chapman of Con verse plus numerous nieces and nephews Funeral services are Thursday April 13 at at the ZoellerFaneral Home Chapel with Rev Rick Bartlett officiating Interment to follow in the Fort Sam Houston NationalCemetery in San Antonio Pallbearers will be Buddy Sonny Chapman Jimmy Albert Rendez Dan Dean and Gaston Par sons Memorials may be made to Hos pice New Braunfels Visitation began at 8 Wednesday and continues until service time Thursday VtAWLW Dragon Place Open on Sundays Again Starting April 2nd Join us for Sunday Lunch Specials Shrimp Goo Gai Pan Sour Pork House Chicken Chinese Vegetables 001 M i aV7 983 N Loop 337 Lunch Dlnner 210 6089111 Plaza Nites Tomorrow April 13 at 7 Clay Blaker and his Texas HonkyTonk Band will liven up the Plaza during the second Plaza Nites performance Clay Blaker has toured with the likes of George Strait Garth Brooks Merle Haggard Randy Travis Dwight Yoakam George Jones and Pam Tillis and brings with his performance a dedication to the preservation of real country music Blaker born and raised in Houston has settled in New Braunfels Historic downtown New Braunfels Is proud to present this talented ver satile group for your entertainment pleasure Bring your picnics and lawn chairs and settle back Plaza Nites occur every Thursday evening in April and is sponsored by the Main Street Program For more infor mation call 6082100 Were Meeting Bereavement Support Group meets April 13 at 3 at the Comal County Senior Center 655 Landa St Call Jan Harrison at 6298181 for infor mation The monthly dinner meeting of the New Braunfels Class of 1942 will not be held next Friday April 14 All classmates are encouraged to attend as many activities and functions of the Sesquicentennial Celebration as pos sible The next regular dinner meeting will be May 12 at Krauses Cafe For information call Jim Rheinlaender at 6255445 The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild will meet Saturday April 15 at at the New Braunfels Chris tian Church Fellowship Hall on Loop 337 Membership is open to every one April 15 the Hill Country Chapter of National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance will hold its meeting at Victoria Bank and Trust in the Schneider room 1000 N Walnut from 3 to 5 Call Johnny at 625 4782 for information The New Braunfels Republican Women will meet at Molly Joes Restaurant on April 17 at noon Who Speaks for the Family will be the subject of Anne Newmans Address All parents are welcome to attend this meeting ATTENTION CHRONIC ASTHMA SUFFERERS Do you take medication frequently for asthma If so you may be eligible for an asthma research study using an investigational medication Lab testing monitoring by a board certified physician and lung function testing provided at no charge You will also be compensated up to for your participation CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 6299036 Put Sprin Easter Runny Bouquet Play Bunny Bonanza Receive A Discount Up To 50 off Cute Easter Toys and Clothes Easter Sunday is April 16 Give a fresh spring bouquet in a Teleflora keepsake gift We can send one anywhere 40 Riiffles ami Rnffstuff Chlldrens Clothing Resale Shop Walnut Square Shopping Center 6259509 Country Cottage Bouquet Tulip Qarden Basket Bouquet Comal Flower Shop on the Plaza 6257575 lift in 1995 Deal Joanna Pkared Shades Buy One Get Second for lll IT ffSMT nut N T E R I O R S 1051 IH35E 6258017 of New Braunfels Featuring Continental Dinino Daily Lunch Specials RAY SCHOCH NEW BRAUNFELS CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 Clearly the Qualified Candidate Proven Community Leader Proven Business Experience Solid Dependable Trustworthy A Voice for Harmony on the City Council CPA Understands Budgets and Finances Concerned About the Environment and Crime Vote Saturday May Fd Pol Ad Chariene Soecfatlng Trcas 146 Cardinal New Braunfels TX 78130 CRREER COUNSELING Find Out What You Would Be Happy Doing rf In preparation for College Austin Miller a High School student in New Braunfels discusses his profile with his parents Mr Mrs Don Miller left and Tom Wllliford President of the Institute Of Management Success Inc Let the professionals at the Institute For Management Success Inc use their proven personal evaluation process to determine your full potential and vocational preference This process is designed to help students in need of career direction people conducting a job search individuals considering a change of careers or employers and military retirees entering the civilian job market To get your career headed in the right today for an appointment OFFICE 2106080033 FAX 2106080036 INSTITUTE FOR MANAQEMENT SUCCESS INC INDIVIDUAL TEAM AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 800 W SAN ANTONIO STE B NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
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