New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 20, 1995, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 20, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 20, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas GRASS SOD ICO : cum ti I C.W.'y $7000 ln<,tallot'Cn Available § J    PALLET .    653-1300 LANDSCAPE 7 Day! d week d'’.V.M^'pAirrTs0”’0    Cull Anytimep 2 O Herald-Zeitung J Friday, October 20,1995 Students taking electronic field trip , By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Several New Braunfels Middle School students have been taking a field trip out of state yesterday and today, and they haven’t even left their campus to do it, thanks to Turner Adventure Learning. Students in two classes have been studying issues relating to migration to America, and they are taking % an electronic field trip to Ellis Island. K Many people will be watching the program, however, local students will be able to interact with prefer senters. B During the live program, students will be able to j£talk to the on-air presenters by telephone and modem to have their questions answered. Turner is also offering the students free America on 'Line time, so students can go to the “chat room” £ and discuss the topic with others, said school librarian Gwen Eberhart. J. “The students have been studying all the factors of •-migration. The viewing (of the program) is the cul minating activity of this trip,” she said. The field trip is being made possible with the help of the Region XIII Education Service Center and the Turner Adventure Learning, which produces the ‘When we see what (the future program topics) are ... we’ll seriously consider doing it again.' _—    Librarian Gwen Eberhart show. Eberhart said the trips were previously available only through a satellite dish. However, this caused a problem for NBMS, as well as other schools. The program is now available to more people through the public broadcasting system. When a school decides to take a trip, they also receive various supplemental material to use prior to the trip. “It really looks like they’re broadening it...They’ve covered a lot of bases there,” said Eberhart. Eberhart said the trip is being offered to the middle school at no cost to the district, and is serving as a demonstration. This will be the first trip the school is involved in. However, she said another trip, exploring the rain forests of Costa Rica, will be taken in the spring. She said the cost of the program, if the school would have to pay for it would probably be about $100 per trip. However, she said “there’s really no limitation on the number of students that can utilize this,” and the school can tape the program for future use. “When we see what (die future program topics) are, if they fit in with our curriculum, we’ll seriously consider doing it again,” said Eberhart. Eberhart said there will be approximately 35 students watching the program from the middle school. She said the students showed a lot of interest when the idea was brought up, and are looking forward to the trip. “The kids are so excited about this, they’ve offered to stay after school to do it,” she said. Need extra cash *til next pay day? Call or visit MANS FAMILY CREDIT SERVICE Apply today 625-7369 273 W. San Antonio St. New Braunfels, Texas 78130 DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASS Jim Goodbread Cl I - IV !    ;    DI'    1 210-625-0312 HALLOWEEN TIPS FROM GARFIELD Obituaries ► Erna Proske Wegeman \ Erna Proske Wegeman passed away lat Morningside Manor Nursing home ►in San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 18, 1995 ►at the age of 87 years. She was bom tApril 29, 1908 in Harwood, Texas to Ifrank and Erna (Braesicke) Proske. iShe graduated from New Braunfels ijHigh School in 1926 and was a retired bookkeeper. She was a member of forst Protestant United Church of •Christ. Mrs. Wegeman was preceded qn death by a sister, Clara Proske, and four brothers, Albert, Frank, Max and Leo Proske. She is survived by a rdaughter, Inez Young and husband, \ Fred; a grandson, Kim D. Young and J, Debbie; two great-granddaugh ters, Shannon and Melissa Young; a sister, Paula Proske; a brother, Edmund Proske and wife, Genie; and a sister-in-law, Dorothy Proske, all of New Braunfels. She is also survived by two step-great-grandchildren, three step-great-great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews. A funeral service will be held Saturday, Oct. 21, 1995 at IO a.m. at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with interment in Comal Cemetery. The Rev. Bob Bergthold will officiate. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. Thursday until service time on Saturday. Memorials may be given to the Fellowship Fund, Morningside Ministries, 700 Babcock, San Antonio, TX 78201-2600; to First Protestant Church; or to the charity of one’s choice. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Reinhold P. Erdmann Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Reinhold P. Erdmann, of New Braunfels, who passed away Thursday, Oct. 19, 1995 at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 79. JL^fvnewl home 'FUNEm HOME Carlton Eugene Hardin Carlton Eugene Hardin, of New nm sunn THAU NOVIA*BIR 30th NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHM OfPIRS NO SUBSTITUTIONS RUAS! Live Music Full Bar Tues. - Pointed Pony Fri TEA Thurs. - Al Barlow Sot. - Monty Tyki Call 629-3311 For Pick-up Window ^betorn* Jflofcen Carries Authentic German Clothes Made in Bavarian Alps for Children, Ladies & Men 453 S. Seguin    New    Braunfels 608-9808 Mon.-Fri. 10-5 Sat. 10-4 Extended hours available. PROJECT GRADUATION 1996 Golf Tournament Committee wishes to thank the following for their contributions: Witting & Miller Ins.* Seguin Motor Co.-Bennie Bock •Jon’s Golf*Wal-Mart Dist. Center* Robert Rodriguez •Carlos Cantos,MD*Wm. Mayo Investments •Mr. & Mrs Sam Kneuper*Mr. & Mrs. Rick Heyden •First Commercial Bank*Milton Fhair, DDS •Brazel & Pfeuffer*Norwest Bank»Earth Transport •Greg CampbelbLanda Pharmacy •Coleman Co./Mike Jones & Howard Giesecke •Rawlings Sporting Goods*Marvin Morris •Ron Snider*Dennis Kaderli*Krause’s Cafe •Granzin’s Meat Market«Keno’s*McBee’s Barbecue •Mike Garza«Pace Co. of San Antinio •New Braunfels Smokehouse»Wuest’s •Frito Lay/Donna Knight •Citywide Vending/Paul Szymareck •Dick Koegle State Farm •West Point Pepperell*Blockbuster*Fancie Flowers •Mr. Gatti’s*Molly JoeVPat’s Place •Creekview Veterinary Clinic*Rhode’s Business Cards •Custom Auto Care»Sundance Golf Range •American United Life Make your car more valuable... with a Herald-Zeitung bumper sticker. Bumper stickers are available at the Herald-Zeitung office and at participating merchants. Every Tuesday and Friday through October 27, 1995, the Herald-Zeitung will publish a photo of one lucky license plate on a car with a H-Z bumper sticker, lf it's your license plate, you win the $50 prize1... or... your choice of a 12 month gift subscription2... or... two 6 month gift subscriptions3 to the Herald-Zeitung. To claim your choice of prizes bring your auto Is This Your License Plate? The owner of the car with the license plate pictured at left is today’s winner in the Herald-Zeitung bumper sticker contest. registration to the Herald-Zeitung office at 707 Landa Street, New Braunfels, for verification between 8:30 am. and 5 p.m. You must claim your prize prior to 5 p.m. Monday, Oct 23.1995. Prizes unclaimed in the allotted time will not be awarded. No purchase necessary, a copy of the published photo will be on display in the lobby of the Herald-Zeitung. Herald-Zeitung employees and their immediate families are ineligible. 'You wl bt mal bd a chack within 7 lo 10 days. ’A $60 value    ’A    $68    value Braunfels, passed away Thursday, Oct. 19, 1995 at Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital in San Antonio at the age of 63. A funeral service will be held Saturday, Oct. 21, 1995 at 3 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in New Braunfels with interment following at the Holy Cross Cemetery. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Trick or treat in groups for safety. It's also more fun! Safety Tips From The National Safety Council Sunday, Oct 22 Firrtit Jourdm Band 4-1 Thursday, Oct. 26 Will Indian & Willy (mint 7:10-11:10 Advance Tickets on Sale Dec. 8 & 9 Jerry Jeff Walker For Information Call 606-1281 ti \ WE’VE GOT A GREAT NEW MENU! J ![{ I '4 10 1 & 11 Use this coupon for 20% Discount off Regular Menu items only. Good anytime through October 31,1995. t20% OMA’S RESTAURANT OFF % ii ,   , # ^ Just off IH-35, (Exit 189) on Highway 46 New Braunfels I . t|) axes a»» O ********* LACKS ANNUAL Trim-A-Tree for Charity ********* CONTEST ********* Win cash awards! Open to all local non-profit organizations! Help your local food bank! Read how your organization can be a winner! 2 i Sign up in person at Lacks. Who can enter? Any non-profit organization...like a booster club, 4-H, neighborhood association, charity, scouting group, women’s club, parent teacher group, service or fraternal organization,...any group at all. Each Trim-A-Tree team will consist of members who will come to Lacks on November 21 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. to trim one of our trees. Lacks will donate $25.00 toward your decorations but you are urged to make your designs as creative, simple, ornate, colorful, or monochromatic as you like. Apply quickly! Contestants will be selected October 30th. Lacks will designate locations in our stores where trees will be provided. On Tuesday, November 21, group representatives will draw lots to determine the location of the tree they will decorate. Each group must complete trimming by 8 p.m. Beginning Wednesday, November 22, and continuing during Lacks regular hours through closing time on December 16, the general public will be invited to visit our showroom and vote for their favorite tree. You vote by bringing in a can of food. One vote can be cast for every can of food brought in!!! All food brought in will be donated to a local food bank. All prizes will be awarded to the winning organization. First Prize is $200.00. Second Prize is $100.00. Third Prize is $50.00. Each organization will be responsible for removing materials used to decorate its entry by December 27,1995. 1st Prize is *200 Donated to tho winning oroanixetion. Lack’s of New Braunfels 971 W. San Antonio 625-7324 tach ;

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