New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 11, 1996, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 11, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 11, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas BHeraldjZeltungm By MICHELLE OATMAN JOHN MOLER, photographer Special to the Herald-Zeitung Our Easter bunnies from last week (AA-96-028) are named. They are Scott Jarisch and Katherine “Kay” Krueger Stripling. We thank Cary Fowler, Teresa Berger, Marie Jarisch and Roxolin Krueger for their identi fication. (AA096-029), the Lamar School picture, was taken May 1929. Mr. Rice was the teacher and principal. Some of “the children” in the picture are Gus Kuckermire, Hanno Kanz, Dan Cummings, Monroe Schaefer, Raymond “Country” Nowotny, Jessy Moeller, “Red” Walter Scheel, James Wurzlow, Ella Mae Buss, Dorothy Wimberly, Nell Rose Ethan, Vera Scheel, Barbara Startz, Clara Twiefel, Gladys Koelpper, Evangiline Doerr. We give a great big thank you to Hanno Kanz for all of these names. Rosalie Simon is veiy happy with the response. This week’s pictures are a big challenge. (AA-96-031) is a group of three men with their drinks. “Cheers” is a harder picture to identify, but I’m hop ing someone can help us with the names for this wonderful picture. Our “Indians” in the Canoe (AA-96-030) was taken in Landa Park. We would like to know their names and a date the picture was taken. As always, Keep Reading ... Keep Remembering... Keep Calling... 629-1900. Aggie Muster set for April 21 Local Germania agency receives award Bruce Gentler (Germania Farm Mutual District 12 director) presents the Top 20 Award to President Margaret A. and Secretary Clarence "Dub" Janowski of local Chapter *55. The award is for superior performance and profitability. The Canyon Lake chapter ranked 14th in the state. This is the third year the office received the award. Former students of Texas A&M University will assemble in New Braunfels on Sunday, April 12, for the annual Texas Aggie Muster, according to Chairman Franklin Demuth (‘58). The Muster activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the New Braunfels Civic Center. The event is open to all former students, their families, parents of students and friends of A&M. This year’s Muster speaker will be Dennis Goehring (’57) of Bryan. Goehring, a graduate of San Marcos High School, was a two-time All Southwest Conference football player under legendary coach Paul Bryant. Reservations for dinner may be made by calling 606-6324 by Friday, April 19. ‘Texas A&M is in its second century of greatness," Demuth said. “During the last IOO years, the university has grown from a small Land Grant College to one of the leading research and educational institu- TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Columnist Bombeck 5 Luxurious 9 Gong 13 Temporary gift 14 Terrace 15 Type of code 16 Rustic paneling 18 Told a whopper 19 Luau dances 20 Like formal attire 22 Office workers 24 Horse foot 25 Petty officer 26 Wood shavings 29 Conjunctions 30 Portugal's neighbor 32 Durocher and Carrillo 34 Young goat 35 — or miss 36 Reverence 37 By oneself 39 Kind of boom 41 Work gang 42 Tell 44 Wedding party members 46 Prong 47 Footsteps 48 African villages 51 Artist's stand 52 Dangle 53 Wager 58 Cartoonist Peter 59 Playful animal 60 Piece of linoleum 61 Gas for signs 62 Rip 63 Raced DOWN 1 Broad-antlered deer 2 Pitcher Darling 3 — Zedong 4 Patriotic songs 5 Actress Irene — 6 Elevator maker 7 Offense 8 Dancing party 9 Ominous 10 Goddess of discord 11 Descendants of Robert E. 12 Woman 14 Road-workers' cones 17 Luncheon salad 21 Writer Serling 22 Junior’s father 23 Walk childishly 24 Caribbean country 25 Chatters 26 Peter or Paul PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED usara niaaun msran Gasan dHizjss anan soma narawtt ninon anHoaana snson UUHU BHBS missy nsanusnu UHfficiH isaiasn nan asian ddbhh anaa □sn umianra nnanu urannnonia sauna nasa Mown □nasa nnnnarana mass oafflHH usss anoa aisuaa awns □nan simian anmia 3-22-96 O 1996, United Feature Syndicate 27 Scorched 28 Turrets 31 Call 33 Stitches 38 Stop sign 39 Telescope sight 40 Computer screen place-marker 41 Alpine houses 43 Lubricate 45 Witnessed 1 r- sr— I 13 i6 47 Gentler 48 Genghis — 49 Hard to come by 50 — Domini 51 Soul-singer — James 54 Colorado Indian 55 Yelp 56 Bravo, at a bullfight 57 Actor Beatty W tions in the nation,” he said. Aggie Muster dates back to 1883 and has been held annually since. More than 400 Musters will be held around the world this year, “wherever Texas A&M former students lives or work,” Demuth said. During wars Aggies mustered in foxholes, on the battlefield, aboard ships, in airplanes and in medical hospitals. A Muster was held on Corregidor Island shortly before the Japanese captured it in 1942. Every Muster ceremony is the same,” said Demuth. Texas Aggies pay their respects to all those who are absent because of death since the last Muster. When the names of the honored are called from the Muster Roll, a friend of the deceased answers, “Here.” The Comal County Muster will close with a moving three-bugle rendition of Silver Taps. 48 49 52 & 6i STUMPED? Call for Answers • Touch- ton* of Rotary Phono* 1-900*454-3535 ext. code 540* mc pm mum*Sun Core Grand OpeniniApril 13th and 14th Grand Opening Festivities Saturday and Sunday, April 13th and 14th, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. Who’s Mary? 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