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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 4, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 8AC1 HeraldZeitungO Sunday February Stammtisch Get some mulch The city of New Briuintcls is offer ing tree mulch to residents Just go to Cypress Bend Park between 8 uiui dusk and pick up lie free mulch Mulch provides a nice aesthetic cover for flower beds and hedges and holds more moisture in the ground Mulch also decomposes into an excellent fer tilizer For information call 6082160 Logo contest Youth ArtBeat committee is looking for a logo to symbolize the event The winning entry will be used on programs and posters Students may use up to three colors in their designs for printing purposes black is consid ered a color The theme this year is Alive with Designs should be submitted through school art teachers or to the Main Street Office Municipal Build ing 424 S Castcll New Braunfels Deadline is Friday March I For infor mation call 6082100 Art contest The Black Heritage Society of Coma I County will host its second annual art contest in observance of Black Heritage Month The contest is open to all students of NBISD PreK to grade 12 Drawings may include any famous blacks such as Barbara Jor dan Martin Luther King Michael Jackson Malcolm X Clarence Thomas and Harriet Tubman Students may use 22x22 poster board paint colors water colors and manipulatives of any kind For more information call Margaret Adams at 6206204 or Nathan Millett at 625 4150 All art work is due Feb 16 Please send all projects to Texas Com merce Bank Mrs Taylor Valentine benefit Smithson Valley High School fresh man varsity tennis player Nicole Stout has received final acceptance as a member of the Tennis Team that will be playing in the Belgium Inter national Tennis Cup this July There will be a benefit Valentine Dance Sat urday Feb 10 at the Bulverde Com munity Center from 8 to mid night Tickets are children under 12 are free Bring your own ice chest with drinks For tickets call Denise Stout at 4383827 or Carla Mann at 9804042 Dog obedience class The city of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offer ing a course in basic dog obedience taught by Stephanie Heinrich The class will meet for eight weeks begin ning Feb 5 Classes will meet Monday evenings from 6 to 7 at the Landa Recreation Center The fee is For information call 6082167 Newcomers trip 6 is the deadline to pay for reservations for the Newcomers Club trip to the Sunday matinee at the Bul verde Theatre on Feb 25 For infor mation call Ruthana Ball at 6250601 Symphonic concert Canyon High Schools Symphonic Band will present a special concert at Thursday Feb 8 in the school commons In addition to pro viding its own concert the band will have the honor of playing with the Bil ger Duo The duo has performed exten sively in the United States and abroad and is recognized internationally for its piano and saxophone repertoire spanning from the baroque to con temporary Tickets are and are available at the school DJ dance Hispanic Organization for Public Information will sponsor a DJ fund raiser Friday Feb 9 from 8 to midnight at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Hall Tickets are in advance or at the door Call Sylvia at 6259213 for information Chili supper Canyon Lake United Methodist Church 206 Flintstone Canyon Lake Mobile Home Estates Startsville will fiold its f4tfi annual chili supper from to 8 Friday Feb 9 Adults children 12 and under Drinks included Desserts avail able For information call 8997104 Pump Boys and Dinettes Texas Lutheran College presents Pump Boys and Dinettes Feb and 17 at and Feb 11 at 3 Free to faculty staff and students for students and for the general public Call 3728180 Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2 to 4 Chamber of Commerce annual banquet brings a record crowd to the Civic Center Roxolin Krueger The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Com merce pulled off another successful annual meeting and banquet A record crowd was in attendance completely filling the Civic Center The Chamber has perfected a fastmoving entertaining evening of Chamber accomplishments and awards This years program included two separate slide presentations The first had to do with Chamber programs and their suc cesses Herb Skoog was the com mentator The second was a quick review of Sesquicentennial activities coordinated by the Chamber Don Fer guson was the commentator Chair of the board awards were pre sented to Linden Anderson Easy Hall Morris Moe Schwab Raymond Skip Bartram Jan Kennady and the New Braunfels Little League with Ricky Bueche and Tim Mundt accepting the award Those being inducted into the Hall of Honor were Jean Pfeuffer Betty Richter and Tommy Zipp In other activities the monthly Membership Mixer cash drawing was held Susanna Harrison whose name was drawn was not present to win the award The drawing for one of the Sesqui centennial quilts was held There was a collective sigh of relief when Comal County resident Ann Kuehlers name was pulled out of the hopper We were all jealous we didnt win but pleased to know that the beautiful historical work of art will stay here in the New Braun fels area with a faithful community supporter Another important happening was the sealing of the Sesquicentennial Time Capsule The capsule will be buried on the Civic Center grounds and will be opened exactly 50 years from now on Jan 26 2045 our communitys 200th birthday Herb Skoog was recognized for his leadership as chairman of the Sesqui centennial Commission He received a highway sign that had been used last year designating New Braunfels a Sesquicentennial City Two big moments of the night belonged to the Purdums Tom Pur dum ended 30 years of service to New Braunfels as head of the Chamber of Commerce A travel gift certificate in the amount of contributions from friends and chamber members was presented to Tom and his wife Bobbie The gratitude of the chamber was expressed by outgoing president Carter Casteel Tom received a spon taneous extended standing ovation The audience clearly agreed with Carters words of praise Bobbie Purdum received the pres tigious Besserung Award Bobbie is certainly well deserving of this recog nition She has given years of volunteer service to the community being espe cially involved in historic preserva tion Just last year her work as histor ical chairman for the Sesquicentenni al steering committee resulted in many permanent reminders of our commu nitys past and our Sesquicentennial year observations THREE CHEERS FOR BOBBIE and then some The evening ended when Skip Stratemann assumed the chairman of the board position for 1996 It was a great evening Michael Meek new Chamber president can be proud of the evenings success Some members attending the evenings activities were Mildred and Ralph Reed Cash and Dennis Her mes Jack and Marty Lindley Dar lene and Jerry Cook Lupe and Irene Castaneda June and John Doster Robert Konkel Elena and Tommy Hovestadt Kathy and Ted Cook Judy and Tobin Hoffmann and Rev Judy Miller and her hus band Tom Traveling to Piano last weekend was a group of New Braunfelsers The occasion was the baptism of young Lindsey Caddell Berger age 22 daughter of Cindy and John Berger The baptism took place at St Andrew United Methodist Church Donna and Scott Schepper of Dallas stood by as Lindseys godparents Amy and Chad Maisel Linda Alkire and Andy Henderson of Dallas were Lindsey Attending the baptism from New Braunfels were Lindseys grandpar ents Linda and Lynn Caddell and Janelle Berger Also present were Joy Caddell Lindseys aunt and Jason Hahn Aunt Teresa Berger and Uncle David Berger plus John Bergers godparents Roxolin and Doyle Krueger also attended John is with the Special Events department at EDS Corporation in Piano and Cindy does private court reporting Good news for the northwestern part of New Braunfels The renovation and expansion of the Landa Plaza Wuests store is continuing According to Bob by Wuest president of the Wuest Cor poration the expansion into the old Winns store space will be completed in about three months The store will be an extension in everything space variety and products The Wuest Corporation is a family owned and operated corporation Bob bys brother Buddy and Bobbys son Phil are vital parts of the family busi ness The corporation headquarters is in Seguin Some Wuest management people that we get to claim as New Braun felsers are Johnny Buesche director of security of all grocery and conve nience stores for the Wuest Corpora tion Manard Ivy grocery buyer for the corporation Ray Scalek director of all grocery store operations for the corporation and James Weidner manager of the Landa Plaza Wuests store The Wuest Corporation has been a supporter of New Braunfels activities for many years They were early con tributors to the Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture and the Hummel Museum The Leadership Conference for Mary Kay directors was held in San Antonio recently Directors Ann Kuehler Shari Kasburg and Kathy Jankowski of New Braunfels were present They were among the in attendance The personal appearance of the firms founder Mary Kay was an awesome event for the local directors She emphasized her close feelings for her directors calling them her fami Mary Kay is the second most rec ognized name in the next to Coca Cola Mary Kay cosmetics are now in 25 countries of the world This winter weather the is hav ing was great for a couple of avid skiers from New Braunfels Carol and Richard Glanville flew to Aspen for a 7day vacation According to Carol the snow was terrific at Snowmass where they skied There was plenty on the ground when they got there and plenty came down Trie only problem occurred when they tried to return home to Texas The weather had closed the airport completely and an avalanche had closed the road to Denver A day later it was only through a brief window of sunshine that the two got to fly out Richard is retired from the Exxon Corporation in Houston and Carol was in public relations with the Hill and Knowlton Company before her retire ment Roxolin Krueger is a New Braun fels Were Meeting The Eagles Auxiliary will meet Mon day Feb 5 for their business meeting at Officers to meet at 7 Election of delegate to the state con vention will be held The Comal County Aggie Moms will meet Monday Feb 5 at 6 at Schwamkrugs Party Room This will be a potluck dinner to treat our Aggie dads and sweethearts The club will provide the meat and everyone is asked to bring a vegetable and salad or dessert The guest speaker for the evening will be Cliff Dugosh 86 New Braunfels Masonic Lodge will have a called meeting Tues day Feb 6 at for the purpose of conferring a 50year membership award to Brother Louis Rape All Masons and the public are invited to attend This is an open meeting The Mission Valley Educa tion Club will have its meeting Tues day Feb 6 at Ryans for lunch The GermanAmerican Society will meet at 7 Tuesday Feb 6 at the American Legion Home on 410 W Coll St After President Florence Reidel chairs a short business meeting ten games of bingo will be played prizes dependent on the number of cards sold for each game The Black Heritage Society will meet Tuesday Feb 6 at 6 at the Dittlinger Memorial Library For more information contact Margaret Adams at 6206402 The Comal County Genealogy Society will meet Feb 6 at the north Building of Victoria Bank 1000 N Wal nut at There will be a board meeting at 7 The speaker will be Dan Zoeller from the Zoeller Funeral Home he will show the society how they keep records that can be helpful to genealogists Larry Fisher of the Texas Depart ment of Human Services will explain how the Community Based Alternative Program helps the elderly He will speak at the Interagency Council meeting Wednesday Feb 7 at noon at the Comal County Senior Center 655 Landa For information call Jan Harri son 6298181 Canyon High School Friends of Education will meet Thursday Feb 8 at in the school library My friends cant believe how much I can eat and still lose weight When I started this program I weighed 162 Ibs and my waist was 36 inches The counseling and food management are very important I am never hungry I learned food combinations that make it easy to take off weight I have reached my original 10 Ib goal and my waist is 34 I have set a new goal of 15 Ibs With this program it will not come Gift Certificates Available 611 Hwy 81 West across from Eckerds New Braunfels 86Mon 86Wed 83Fri 912 Sot New Hours Charles Pooler New Braunfels Exercise Lose inches Firms Tones Exercise privately without disrobing Enjoy REAL food Counseling Call or Come by for your complimentary exercise session Gruene Mansion Restaurant Now taking reservations for Valentines Day For more information call us at 6200760 11 SO iPECIALS Perfect for the business person on the go WEEKLY EVENING SPECIALS STARTING AT 1275 Cruene New Braunfels Aerobic Mania CONTRACTS NO HASSLES MEMBERSHIP Come to our club and join the fun Start off 96 on the right foot Machine Swimming Pool m season Personalized Weight Training Programs Weights Classes Hot Tub Wallyball Basketball Racquetball I ATHLETIC 6253459 943 King Arthur GIVING BACK wirmNi At Victoria Bank Trust we believe there is a special relationship between a bank and its community Thats why as a financial institution and as individuals we are committed to the communities we serve We urge each employee to take an active role in local civic affairs but the truth is that they dont seem to need a lot of encouraging We are committed to the many community organizations throughout South Central and Coastal Texas to which Victoria Bank Trust and its employees lend their support and their active service Its our way of giving back to the communities we serve and just one of the ways we define Community Banking VICTORIA Serong generation of for mm than a century Mnhr Mulwn tot 1
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