New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 7, 1995, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 07, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 7, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 □ Herald-Zeitung □ Thursday, September 7 ,1995 NBH. S BEAT Fish Camp gets freshmen used to high school By SHAWN LINDSEY Special to the Herald-Zeitung Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face...You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” Beginning high school is a new chapter in every person’s book of life. Although this new beginning is one of anticipation and excitement for most, the first few steps taken onto this path can be a little scary. To help ease some of the anxiety, the New Braunfels High School Student Coun-c I held its second annual Fish Camp o I August IO. The camp was designed to help make the freshmen more comfortable with their new environment, as well as to familiarize them with the strong traditions of NBHS while encouraging the importance of goal setting and student involvement. Senior Alison Damarodas organized the event, and student leaders Leslie Opperman, Anna Lisa Vargas, Shawn Lindsey and Shannon Millet helped to make Fish Camp a great success. Over seventy sophomores, juniors, and seniors volunteered their time to run the camp. Fish Camp was attended by over 300 enthusiastic freshmen who took the initiative and got involved. Beginning at 2 p.m. the freshman assembled in the cafeteria and participated in songs and icebreakers led by the upperclassmen. Following the icebreakers, the freshmen broke into small groups to discuss their feelings about entering high school. The seniors were the leaders in the group discussions and talked to the freshmen about the traditions NBHS prides itself on and taught them the fight song and Alma Obituaries Bobby Dab Clark Bobby Dale Clark, of Canyon Lake, pissed away Sunday, Sept. 3, 1995 at the Central Texas Medical Center in San Marcos. He was 55. Mr. Clark was bom Dec. 8, 1939 in Haywood County, N.C. to Willard Washington Clark and Faye (Plemmons) Clark. Formerly of North Carolina and having served in the U.S. Army, Mr. Clark was a Canyon Lake resident for the last 5 years and was a real estate agent. Survivors include two daughters, Charlotte Henderson and husband Rodney, of Ashville, N.C., and Kathey Anderson and husband Todd, of Raleigh, N.C.; 3 brothers. Paul Clark, of Germanton, N.C., Gary Clark and Bill Clark, both of Detroit, Mich.; and numerous nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be held Fnday, Sept. 8, 1995 at IO a m. at the Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake. Interment will follow in the Fischer Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home ‘ Virginia Lee Kennedy Virginia Lee Kennedy, of New Braunfels, passed away Monday, Sept. 4, 1995 at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 70. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Sept. 7,1995 at I p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home. Interment will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memonal Park. Visitation begins Wednesday at 5 p.m. and will continue until service time Thursday. ~7ogller~= Allison Distort and Erin Boyd help register freshmen for the Second Annual Fish Camp held at New Braunfels High School on August 10. Mater. Afterwards, everybody ate submarine sandwiches provided by Student Council. The small groups then went on a tour of the school highlighted with informational yet comical skits put on by the student volunteers. The students returned to the gym for some friendly class competitions and a mock pep-rally. After the pep-rally, the students got into teams and competed in the Fish Camp Olympic Games. The Second Annual Fish Camp was successfully executed and at 7 p.m. the freshmen returned to the gym to take part in Freshmen Orientation. During orientation, the freshmen were introduced to the award-winning Drum-Line, the NBHS band, the Monoceras, cheerleaders, ROTC, twirlers, and last-but certainly not least-the administration. er, Susan Villalogin; plus numberous aunts, uncles and cousins. A prayer service will be held Wednesday, September 6 at 7 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Felix Castillo officiating. Funeral services are Thursday, September 7 at 4 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Judith Miller officiating. Interment to follow in the Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Cemetery. Visitation continues all day Wednesday and Thursday until service time. Pallbearers will be Tony Gutierrez, David Herrera, Paul Barsch, Lonnie Locklear, Christopher Diaz and Carlos Vela. M Jason Thomas Villarroal Jason Thomas Villarreal of New Braunfels died Sunday, September 3, 1995 at McKenna Memonal Hospital at the age of 14. He was bom June 12,1981 to Fabian Villarreal and Susan Villalogin Villarreal. He was an 8th grade student at the New Braunfels Middle School. He is survived by his father and stepmother, Fabian and Susan Ramos Villarreal; brother, Stephen Michael Villarreal and step-brother, Aarron Kyle Villarreal, all of California; grandparents, Trinidad and Virginia Villarreal of New Braunfels and Rudy and Elizabeth Ramos of California; his natural moth- 71belle Sbefoea/ CA S&ay&fa Hair Specialists 620-0615 ft SOMETHING NEW IS COOKING IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Each freshman attending Fish Camp left feeling stronger, more courageous, and much more confident about embarking on a new journey. A journey that will take them four years to complete. The class of 1999 is about to begin a new chapter in their lives. Their courage, strength, and confidence will help make the first few pages a little less scary. The New Braunfels Student Council would like to thank all the seniors and underclassmen for their time and help. We would also like to extend our gratitude to Blimpies for providing the sub sandwiches at a greatly reduced cost. (Shawn Lindsey is a senior at New Braunfels and is 1st Vice President of Student Council as well as chairperson of Publicity Committee.) and co-worker, Bobby Clark. Funeral services will be held Friday, Sept. 8, 1995 at IO a.m. at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in Sattler at Canyon Lake. Colonel Lee R. Roper and friends. Karen Louisa (Gorman) Post Karen Louise (Gorman) Post, of New Braunfels, passed away Satur- York Creek WD to serve up barbecue The York Creek Volunteer Fire Department is having its annual fund-raiser Sept. 9, 1995. Once again, there will be mouth-watering barbecue beef, potato salad and all the fixings! The Zorn Station for the department is located just off Hwy. 123 north of Seguin and 8 miles from San Marcos just off Hwy. 123 on FM 1101. There will be a sign posted at the intersection of FM HOI and Hwy. 123. Serving will begin at 5:15 p.m. with the auction beginning at 7 p.m. Plates-to-go will be available as well. Raffle tickets are currently available for sale at $1 per ticket, 6 tickets for $5, and a book of 12 tickets for $10. The department, along with the department’s newly organized Ladies’ Auxiliary, have planned for a general store booth, a children’s booth, and the sale of homemade baked goods. Anyone wishing to donate items to the general store and/or to bring baked goods to the event are encouraged to do so. Volunteers are needed, so even if you’re new to the community, we welcome the support and we welcome your friendship. There will be fun, fellowship, and just good “hometown gathering” at the event, so it will be a good way to meet folks. day, Sept. 2, 1995 at Brooke Army Medical Center at the age of 50. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Sept. 7 at 8:30 a.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home with burial following at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Visitation begins Wednesday at 4 p.m. and will continue until service time Thursday. M 'er.^=s 'funeral home Gordon Irving Ellis Gordon Irving Ellis passed away Sunday, Sept. 3, 1995 at his residence in Cibolo at the age of 55. He was bom Oct. 9, 1939 to Mr. Alton Irving Ellis and Edna Smith . During his life, he worked for city public service helping with planning and maintenance where he was also a member of the Kilowatt Club. On Aug. 8, 1994, Gordon married Barbara Schneider in Cibolo. Mr. Ellis is survived by his wife, Barbara Ellis, of Cibolo; a son, Alton Ellis, of Camp Lejeune, N.C.; a daughter, Julie Ellis and husband John Smiley, of Dallas, Texas; a stepson, Ronn Greer, of San Antonio; a stepdaughter, Kim Greer, of Cibolo; granddaughters, Randi Leigh Greer and Megan Greer, of Cibolo; grandsons, Justin Eli Greer, of Cibolo and Johnathon Smiley, of Dallas; a sister, Stella Hand and husband Don, of Houston; and one niece, Amanda Hand, of Houston. He was preceded in death by both of his parents. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Fnday, Sept. 8, 1995 at Zoeller Funeral Home with Msgr. Bily officiating. ~ ler~ IfUNERM HOME Bobby Clark It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of our dear friend Elsie’s ‘Tours; 605 Gloria Drive • Seguin, Texas • (210) 379-1257 ►Oct: 7 - 'Round Top Festival' Fun Tour ►Od: 13 - 'Christmas Festival,' Salado & lunch ►Od13-22 - Fall colors, shows, meals; Branson Special. ►Od: 20-22 - Tyler Rose Festival, Dallas Fair, 'Medieval' Show and dinner, all meals. ►Od: 26-29 - Lake Charles & Kinder Casino, Lodging & Buffet ►Nov. 4 - 'Laredo,' shopping across bridge, breakfast ►Nov. 5-9 - Las Vegas, air, lodging, transfer. ►Nov. 9 - Kinder Casino Buffet - Lucky Tour. ►Nov. 28-Dec. 3 - “Nashville Country Christmas", Opryland Hotel, Shows, Meals, Cruise. Escorted ►Dec 1-3 - ‘Christmas Lights', Marshall, Natchitoches, Shreveport, Cruise, Rose Gardens. Friendly escorted, deluxe bus. ►Dec 3-8 - 'Branson' Ozark Mountain Christmas plus Marshall lights, 9 shows, lodging, meals, deluxe bus. Escorted ►/an. 10-27 - ‘Special Cruise Flash' Caribbean. $50 discount if deposit is made by Oct. I. (■all -Today! C>IO) -i7.9- 2-1 f TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND PARTIES: BRAUNTEX MATERIALS INC. has made application with the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission for renewal of Air Quality Permit No. 6295A for an Drum Mix Asphalt Concrete Plant in New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas. The location of the existing facility is 1504 Wald Road. Additional information concerning this application is contained in the public notice section of this newspaper This notice is to be published on Sept. 7 and 8.1995. Exchange students Foreign exchange students Christoph Lesch, Suzanne Fischer, Joern Heinrich and Marc Stewart were honored at this week’s meeting of the New Braunfels Rotary Club. The students are sponsored by the Wurstfest Association, and will be going home soon. Your source for local news. The Herald-Zeitung. We, the family of W. J. Brodbeck, want to thank the Rev. Chuck, Judi, and Pastor Engeling for their comfort in our time of need. Thanks to the Egon Rust family for their help in kind and love, to the grandchildren for their care, assistance, and love. Thanks also to the women of the church who made the beautiful centerpiece and for the food that was provided. Thanks for all the flowers, memorials, sympathy cards, and Mrs. Frisbees thoughts. Thank you all, Ida Brodbeck, Jerry and Dave TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Feels sorry 5 Embarrass 10 Eliminates 14 Foot part 15 Proportion 16 Charles Lamb s pen name 17 Asian woman's attire 18 Entree choice 20 Straight, to a carpenter 22 Kind 23 Lovers’ lane? 24 Lodge 26 Pleasure 27 Disgusting 29 Kennedy or Dole 33 Chipmunk's pouches 34 Gumbo ingredient 35 Trouble 36 Farm worker 37 Cheerleader's feat 39 Actress Minnelli 40 Fury 41 Other 42 Pressed 44 Nightclub 46 Like some donuts 47 Flop 48 Thin pancake 49 Clench 52 Me. to Miss Piggy 53 Refreshment 57 Customarily 60 Paste 61 Certify 62 Musty 63 Deserve 64 Top of one s head 65 Relieves 66 Mud DOWN 1 Scrape roughly 2 — Mountains of Eurasia Beige Wobbled Painting or sculpture Kits and cubs Coral reef 8 Basin 9 Use a gardener's tool 10 Eye part 11 Sept—, Quebec 12 Radio part 13 Benefit 19 Steam bath 21 Library item 25 Grappled 26 Productive PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED □HHH a rn wLiu a aBQCQB DOH® a □Fill Li uonil] anoa ti a BH Ii CD @BHHffl0B0 □aaa mea aa HuaranHfflH qhshhh raaaiiH amaao aaa □rnna amusia hbbb aaa amarna aaaaa UfflHBQO HDUBnUBLi aniaa amnia BBOOmBHB BOUDAH arnaa aoraam mania boob amaan mama □ama aamao amala © 1995. Untied Feature Syndicate 27 “Pal Joey" author 28 First-magnitude star 29 Take to the slopes 30 Rope 31 Leaked 32 Scan 33 Stylish 34 Bullfight cheer 38 Calif hrs 39 Cough drops 41 Burst forth 43 Taps 45 Have high regard for 46 Grating 48 Pops 49 Fellow 50 Volcanic rock 51 Assist in crime 52 — Hari 54 Jai — 55 Twist 56 Clark — 58 Purpose 59 Affirmative I ii TF" 13 p3 57 61 I 64 Stumped? Call for Answers • Touch- lone or Rotary Phones 1-900-454-3535 ext. Code 500 • 95* per minute J I, Exchange students Foreign exchange students Christine Leopold, Lilly Sidorenco and Casper Vanderveen were honored at this week's New Braunfels Rotary Club meeting. The students are sponsored by the Wurstfest Association, and they recently arrived in Texas. ;