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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2m HeraldZeitung Tuesday May Beautifying Downtown Members of the Downtown Association donated money to add island plantings to maintain the downtown landscaping beauty Several years ago when the islands were added the Downtown Association donated toward this downtown helping downtown and the com munity Pictured from left are Cathy Talcott Cellulnsul Carol Johnson Johnson Furniture Danna Rice Gifts Glitter and Tom Talcott Cellulnsul Inc not Worley Celebrations David Lamon of Reagan Lamon Dirksen Barry Williams First State Bank and Anna Lee Hicks Obituaries Edward Eddie Gutierrez Edward Eddie Gutierrez age 38 of Marion died Sunday April at McKenna Memorial Hospital A rosary will be recited Tuesday evening at 7 at the Zoeller Funer af Home Chapel Funeral Mass is scheduled for Wednesday at 2 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with Rev Richard Oberstar officiating Interment will follow in the Coma Cemetery The body will lie in state beginning at 1 Tues day until Wednesday when the procession leaves the funeral home Bring your appetite to Folkfest 95 By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Its very hard to have any kind of event or festival in New Braunfels without food playing a major role This weekends Folkfest will be no different in that regard as members of several civic organizations will be cooking throughout the weekend Members of the Conservation Soci ety Heritage Society and the Sophien burg Museum and Archives will be combining efforts in one of their biggest fundraising events of the year Among the items on the menu are the traditional favorites such as sausageonastick barbecue sausage and sauerkraut ham and chicken salads and pigsinablanket Germantype food people expect to see Its the most popular so we decid ed to stick with said Joanna Lewis who will be cooking along with about 100 other people The sausage comes from the New Braunfels Smokehouse and every bit of the food will be prepared by the vari ous members that day just as they have been doing the past 10 years The cooks will be preparing the food at the Forke Store at Conservation Plaza all part of the Folkfest They will be open from 10 to 6 Saturday and 11 to 5 We have tables outside underneath a tent People can come and cat and lis ten to the she said Lewis suggested people come early have a piginablanket coffee and fruit cup to start then drop by later for a heavier fare In addition to the individual items combination plates are also available Perfecto Pet Hernandez AFB rec facility at lake studied Randolph APB officials have com pleted a draft environmental assess ment for the Air Forces proposal to upgrade the recreational facilities at the Randolph Air Force Base Recre ation Area at Canyon Lake This project will include the con struction of cabins to provide overnight lodging a visitors checkin center additional parking and marina improvements The construc tion will increase the recreational ser vices offered at Canyon Lake The assessment will be made avail able for public review and comment at the Universal City Public Randolph AFB and Dittlinger Memorial libraries The draft proposed finding of no significant impact is included with the environmental assessment The com ment period ends May Any one wishing to register comments on the assessment may send them to 12 1651 5th St West Ran dolph AFB TX 781504513 Were Meeting Polio Survivors Group is form ing If interested in attending call Debbie at 6065556 Rena at 620 4473 or Ray at 6251363 New Braunfels Great Books Discussion Group meets from 2 to 4 on the second and fourth Thursdays each month at Victoria Bank and Trust meeting room Interested people always welcome For information call 625 4184 The Canyon Cougar Class of 1980 is having a 15year reunion Please contact Kathy Vicknair at 6251011 Karen Saur at 6292537 or Tim Zunker at 6293935 after New Braunfels High School Graduates of 1935 will hold a class reunion June 24 at Schwamkrugs Steakhouse Hap py hour from 1 to dinner at 3 The monthly dinner meeting of the New Braunfels Class of 1942 will meet May 12 at Krauses Cafe For information call Jim Rhein iaender at 6255445 Lioness Council 2S3 will meet Saturday April 29 in Bastrop from 9 to 1 members plan ning to attend should meet at the New Braunfels Factory Stores in front of the Lennox Store at Wear your vest Comal County Junior Live stock Show Association will meet Monday May 1 at in the New Braunfels High School Ag shop Business includes 1996 rules changes and election of officers and directors The Hummel Museum will hold its monthly volunteer meeting on May 1 at 5 at the Hummel Museum All volunteers are encour aged to attend due to upcoming Hummelfest information For more information call Ursula Ehman at the museum 6255636 Bobbie Purdum will be the pro gram speaker at the Tuesday May 2 meeting of the New Braunfels Newcomers Club She is chair person of the New Braunfels His torical Society and will speak on the organization objectives and projects The meeting will be at the Senior Center 655 Landa St The program at 10 follows a half hour coffee and social period New comers to New Braunfels are invit ed to attend and join the club Mission Valley Family and Community Education Club meets May 2 at the Extension Meeting Room There will be a plant exchange and bring a show and tell item Downtown Association of New Braunfels will hold its next regular monthly meeting Tuesday May 2 This will be a breakfast meeting at 7 at the Plaza Diner The speaker will be District 46 State Representative Edmund Kuempel The German American Club meets at Tuesday May 2 at Goerkes Country Tavern on Weil Road This will be the last meeting until September A barbecue dinner will e available for Following a short business meeting enter tainment will be provided WERE FIGHTING DRUGS AND ALCOHOL WITH A SPECIAL AGENT Dave Howell KMart Plaza 1050IH 35 East Suite 500 New Braunfek 6204224 Every year thousands of Nationwide Insurance agents go back to high school to get students involved in the Nationwide Insurance Prom Promise A program that gives kids the chance to commit to an alcoHbl and drug free prom night And while teenagers and insurance agents have been known to disagree on issues of music and fashion there is one thing they can agree on The importance of having a safe prom Thats why last year alone more than million students made the Prom Promise Pledge Some students may never understand why anyone would volunteer to go back to school Fortunately for them though volunteering is something our agents feel strongly about And thats exactly what makes them so special NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nationwide is on your side Niuonwide it i rcginered faicril tervice mut of Nation wide Mutual buunncc Company RAY SCHOCH 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 early in Room 306 of the Courthouse Annex on weekdays from AM to PM through May 2 Pd Pol Ad CharJene Soecbting Treas 146 Cardinal New Braunfeb TX 78130 Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Perfecto Pet Hernandez of New Braunfels He died Monday at his residence at the age of 54 Sylvia T Procter Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Sylvia T Procter of New Braunfels age 90 who died Tuesday morning at McKenna Memo rial Hospital Richard Sparry Richard Lee Sperry age 37 entered into rest Saturday April He was bom in Mt Carmel III on Feb 28 1958 to William F Sperry Sr and Bar bara Ann He lived at Canyon Lake for four years where he was in construction in masonry Mr Sperry was a member of the Moose Lodge He is survived by his mother Barbara Ann McCormick of Canyon Lake Texas father William Fredrick Sperry Sr of Odessa Texas sister Jenna McCormick of Canyon Lake 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