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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 4, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 HeraldZeitung Thursday May Done with respect HeraldZeitung photo by CRAIG HAMMETT Sanford Slim Crabill with American Legion Post Wallace Enders Sons of the Legion and Patsy Vineyard Ladies Auxiliary Post 179 gave several Canyon High School students Tuesday a demonstration on the proper disposal of the American flag through burning Obituaries Charles L Lewis Jr Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Charles L Lewis of New Braunfels who died at his residence Wednesday night May at the age of 78 Music Study Club meeting at Seele House The New Braunfels Study Club TFMC NFMC will have a dinner meeting at on Thursday May 11 at the Seele Parish House Mary Eck District IX president will install officers for the coming biennium There will be a childrens hour plus a performance by the 199495 schol arship winner Rachel Elizabeth Griffin All members are encouraged to attend and bring guests The tickets may be obtained from Dorothy Johnson treasurer at 625 5321 or 6258198 Help Us Help Others Herman Baer Herman Baer 82 of Seguin Texas died on Tuesday May 2 1995 Although a lifelong resident of Seguin he was bom 3 miles from Seguin in the southern area of Guadalupe County on Nov He began his prominent business career in 1931 working for Michnas Gulf and Firestone at Seguins famous Four Comers loca tion In 1941 he and Michna opened a GMC truck dealership naming it High way Motor Company In 1953 High way Motors began handling the Ponti ac line of automobiles Baer contin ued working for Michna operating the dealership In 1955 he acquired the local Gulf Distributorship In 1968 he acquired the entire car dealership upon Michnas death He continued to oper ate the businesses witnessing much change in his career In the early 80s he began to prepare for retirement and in 1982 Highway Motor Co was sold to Lee Roy Soechting and merged with Soechting Motors He continued to be active in the business until his death He was a member of the Lions Club Knights of Columbus and Chamber of Commerce At one time he belonged to nearly every bowling club in the local area He enjoyed deer and bird hunting In his retirement years he enjoyed his farm east of Seguin Mr Baer is survived by his daughter Mrs Larry Rita Ferguson and sonin law Larry Ferguson a sister Elsie Baer sisterinlaw Mrs Emil Myrtle Baer and Mr and Mrs Hilmar Tschoepe brotherinlaw and sister inlaw of New Braunfels He was pre ceded in death by his beloved wife Irma Baer his parents Mr and Mrs Robert Baer a brother Emil Baer and sister Elenora Baer Visitation will begin on Thursday May 4 1995 at 10 at the Goetz Funeral Home A rosary will be recit ed at the Goetz Funeral Home at 7 on Thursday May Mass will be celebrated May at at St James Catholic Church with Msgr Thomas OCallaghan as the cel ebrant Interment will be in the St James Catholic Cemetery A special thankyou is extended to Drs Wolfe Brown and Trakhtenbroit as well as the staffs of Methodist Hospi tal and Santa Rosa Rehab Center for their unending encouragement and care In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the St James Catholic Church Building Fund the Guadalupe Valley Hospital Build ing Fund the Humane Society or to IKItri MINIM AMERICAN CANCER f SOCIETY Call tollfree 1800ACS2345 RAY SCHOCH Please accept my heartfelt thanks for the cordial reception and generous support you have given me during my City Council race in District pledge to be a careful listener and to serve you with integrity Your welfare will be uppermost in my mind and heart I ask for your vote on Saturday May 6 from 7 to 7 at Memorial Elementary Competent Reasonable Dedicated NEW BRAUNFELS CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 Pd Pol Ad Charlcne Soechting Treas 146 Cardinal New Braunfels TX 78130 Attention Hill Country Businesses Did you know that travel to Texas generates over 21 billion dollars in expenditures each year and that travel expenditures in Texas averaged million per county you know that New Braunfels attracts million visitors per year with approxi mately million in direct visitor expenditures New Braunfels ranks in the top 10 of all Texas cities in direct expenditures by A summer visitor survey indicates that summer visitors have a million dollar economic impact on the local Would you like a portion of those dollars spent with your business this year If your answer is you wont want to miss the opportunity to participate in an exciting new marketing w Welcome to New Braunfels A great place to A great place to stay Contact The Herald Advertising department today for more information on how you too can reach the lucrative tourist and resident markets with this new magazine concept The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung 2106259144 707 Landa Street New Braunfels Texas 78130 the charity of choice Goetz Funeral Home Sylvia T Procter Sylvia T Procter of New Braun fels died Tuesday May 2 1995 at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 90 Mrs Procter had lived in New Braunfels over 50 years and was married to Charles Land Procter who preceded her in death in 1975 She was a housewife and dedicated her spare time to volunteer work for the hospital and the church She is survived by 3 sons Robert L Procter and wife Sue of Las Vegas William T Procter and wife Lin da of New Braunfels and John C Procter and wife Marilyn of Carrollton Texas two grandchildren Kent Proc ter of Houston and Diana Procter of Oklahoma and one greatgrand daughter Megan Procter A memorial service will be held at St Johns Episcopal Church on Fri day May 5 1995 at 10 Memori als may be made to St Johns Episco pal Church Altar Guild Give Your High School Or College Graduate A Gift That Lasts A Lifetime CARE EH GUIDANCE tV Imiinnt Inn Snrrrss INC For an appointment call 210 6080033 GIFT BOOKS STATION Lunch Special 7 4 not valid discounts Early Bird A Dinner 12 Off Special on all menu items SunThurs 2pm 5pm excludes coverages a a i other discount 25c extra for 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