New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 31, 1996, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 31, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 31, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung □ Sunday, March 31, 1996 □ 9 A Milestones The Way We See It, Quality Comes First. When you’re in a hurry, we can hurry...But we ll still make sure your eyeglasses meet our quality standards Local News. The Herald-Zeitung. Creative Eyewear 844 N. Walnut St. New Braunfels, TX 78130 (210) 625-9770 RENNERT WORLD TRAVEL Herald• Zeitung 625-9144 3 67Landa St. • 6254966 • Matto: 606-1209 "Rates are per person, double occupancy, cruise only Specia ly priced air available Port and handling charge and Federal departure ta* exlra Restrictions apply Ship’s registry: Panama 7 Night Cruise From New Orleans Commodore Cruise Line’s Enchanted Isle Cruise Rates From $498 Join our AUGUST 3RD group sailing (other dates available) for the ultimate vacation. Enjoy the fire of Mexico...The warmth of Jamaica...The cool of the Cayman islands.JACK DAWSONCONSERVATIVE REPUBLICAN COUNTY COMMISSIONER “I AM THE COUNTY COMMISSIONER YOU DESERVE AS YOUR REPRESENTATIVE ON COMMISSIONERS COURT, BECAUSE I CARE ABOUT THE SAME THINGS YOU CARE ABOUT AND WANT THE SAME THINGS YOU WANT.” BRENDA FREEMAN - N.B. CITY COUNCIL “WE NEED SOMEONE THAT CAN WORK WITH THE OTHER MEMBERS OF COMMISSIONERS COURT IN ORDER TO GET OUR WISHES AND DESIRES ACCOMPLISHED-JACK DAWSON IS THAT PERSON.” BEN SHEFMAN -ATTORNEY AT LAW ‘TVE KNOWN JACK FOR YEARS, AND RESPECT HIM AS A FRIEND AND QUALITY INDIVIDUAL.” “ IF IN MY ELECTED POSITION AS A COUNTY COMMISSIONER, I AM ABLE TO CHANGE AND IMPROVE TO ANY DEGREE THE CURRENT ATTITUDES AND FEELINGS OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE ABOUT POLITICIANS, POLITICS, AND GOVERNMENT - THIS WOULD BE AN ACCOMPLISHMENT THAT I WILL CHERISH DEARLY.” - JACK DAWSONVOTE JACK DAWSONAPRIL 9, 1996Early voting at the courthouse April t thru 5 **** PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO VOTE **** PAID FOR-CAMPAIGN FOR JACK DAWSON. BONNIE DAWSON, TREASURER • Touches of New Orleans aboard ship, including menu selections from world-famous Brennans Restaurant • Friendly, casual, uncrowded • Outstanding service, food, entertainment and casino action • Parking at the pier for a mere $20 a week. • Special low add-on air fare from San Antonio • Low 3rd and 4th person rates (take the family) Fellow Citizens of Comal County: A championship caliber team, that is what I want for the Comal County Sheriff’s Office. All great teams and organizations have the same cornerstone - training. It is not fair to expect even satisfactory performance from someone if you do not send them out trained, prepared and equipped for the tasks assigned. All of the members of the Sheriff’s Office should be trained in the basics. The basics of CPR, first aid, and all the other tasks the citizens have a right to expect for their tax dollars. We need county servants who know how to do their jobs and not spend critical time locating someone who does! The Comal County Sheriff’s Office should be, and needs to be, a “user friendly” service organization. I, unlike the incumbent, am a licensed and trained Texas law enforcement officer. My training and experience is at the state and local level, not federal. I know how to manage limited resources and set priorities that are right for the citizens we are supposed to be serving. Help me make our Sheriff’s Office a championship caliber team by voting for me, Bob Holder, in the Republican runoff April 9th*. * Early voting begins April 1st and runs through April 5th at the Comal County Courthouse only. Paid political announcement Bob Holder, 923 Hollyhock, New Braunfels Tx 78130 Mrs. Russell Hand Boenig, Hand marry Jillie Anne Boenig and Russell Kenneth Hand, both of New Braunfels, were united in marriage 11:30 a.m. March 16, 1996, at First United Methodist Church in New Braunfels. The Rev. Fred Martin officiated the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Boenig (Janet) of New Braunfels, formerly of Refugio. The groom, formerly of Rosenberg, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ira Hand (Peggy) of Rosenberg. The bride’s father gave her hand in mamage. Music for the service was provided by Friend’s in Harmony, who sang “Amazing Grace,’’ “Surely the Presence of the Lord is in this Place,” “I Sing Praises to His Name,” “Let It Be Me,” and “Wedding Prayer.” Melissa Paullus, friend of the bride of New Braunfels, served as Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were Allison Boenig Haeussler, sister of the bride of New Braunfels; and Amy Boenig Frank, sister of the bride of Rosenberg. Ira Kenneth Hand, father of the groom, was the Best Man. Groomsmen were George Littleton, friend of the groom of Rosenberg; and James Gresham, friend of the groom of Orchard, Texas. Ushers were Blake an Brandon Sour, brother-in-law and nephew of the groom of Rosenberg. The flower girl and ring bearer were Rachel Elizabeth and Jacob Matthew Frank, twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Frank of Rosenberg, and niece and nephew of the bride. Immediately following the ceremony, a luncheon reception was held at the Faust Hotel where Friends in Harmony entertained guests with beautiful love songs and special requests. Special people assisting the bride at the church an reception were: Kristi Linney, friend of the bride of Fort Worth; Megan and Malaise Murphy, Sarah Coker, cousins of the bride of Austin; Brooke Sour, niece of the groom; and Sarah Ashley, cousin of the groom of Rosenberg. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Amo Boenig of Woodsboro, grandparents of the bride; and Mrs. Bernice Ashley of Rosenberg, grandmother of the groom. After a wedding trip to Cozumel. Mexico, the couple will reside in New Braunfels. The groom is employed by Walmart Distribution Center. The bnde is employed as a teacher with the Judson Independent School District. Bob Holder Viebigs celbrate 50 years of marriage Nita and Herman Viebig Jr. celebrated their 50th anniversary on Saturday, March 30, 1996, with a lovely seated dinner at the Faust Hotel. They were married April 3, 1946, in Houston. Joining in the joyous celebration were their children and grandchildren: daughter Gail and husband Lee Raines of Sarasota. Fla.; son Rod and wife Gayla and children Kyle and Knstin of Brenham, Texas; daughter Wanda and husband Ed Coultas and children Amy, Todd and Mark of Austin. Also in attendance were Nita’s siblings. Sonny, Betty and Henry and their families and Jr.’s sisters Caroline and Pauline. Numerous other friends and relatives came from out of town to honor the couple. Campos, Aguillon to wed Roxanne Aguillon and Samuel Campos Jr., both of New Braunfels, announce their upcoming mamage. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Diego and Rosa Aguillon. She is a 1991 graduate of New Braunfels High School. She attended Southwest Texas State University and is currently employed by Knytex. The groom-to-be is the son of Samuel and Isabel Campos. He is a 1992 graduate of Canyon High School and he is employed by Don Maxwell Chevrolet. The wedding is planned for April 27, 1996, at Holy Family Catholic Church. Tree of Life Fellowship presents The .Living Ll YS+ 5 upper A live theatrical presentation of the Last Supper Apnl 4 & 5 • 7:00 HM in fl\e Tree of Life Fellowship 5onotucu*y Jree Admission £ Open to the public Tree of Life Fellowship (352 Loop 357 • New Braunfels 210/625-6375 Samuel Campos and Roxanne Aguillon ;