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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 24, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Landa Park monuments get some Local historical monuments are Mid Bobbie Purdum chair Wilson Southwell supervised being refurbished and returned to pris of the Semicentennial Monuments the tine condition thinks to the New Committee So far we have commit Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Sesquicentennial Monuments Com mittee The Pioneer Monument dedicated to those of New Braunfels ted well over to the restoration work in Landa she Mid The Pioneer Monument was unveiled on Aug It was commissioned through the neer monument Me was present and helped his father in the Pur dum Mid The sculptor Hugo Villa went on to time as the asshMnt to sculptor Guton Bofglunt who did Mount Rwhmore was recently restored The Pounders Southwell Company of San Antonio Mountain near Atlanta Oa Oak Monument and the 125th The Chamber contracted With the We are very deased that the South Southwell Company and American 7FV Graffiti to restore the monuments and Anniversary of the founding of New Braunfels Memorial Monument are being restored now The Strategy and Steering Com mittee decided to utilize funds that were leftover after the sesquicentennial celebration to refurbish historical mon uments and plaques throughout New Were Meeting New Braunfsto High School Class of 1986 wHI hold a reunion June 7 and 8 For information call Michelle Sbn mondsTysdal at or Mike and Teri SidesSullivanat 6060147 Canyon High School Class of 1971 is planning Its 25th reunion R will be Saturday July 13 at the Albert Kypfer Lodge on Highway 46 between New Braunfels and Seguin from 4 to 9 If your address has changed mail your new address to James Doege 690 S Kowald Lane New Braunfels TX 78130 or call 6096224 The annual spring meeting and cleanup witt be held at the Smtthson Valley Cemetery at 9 on Satur day May 25 For information can 210 9044526 plaques Bill Southwell and his son Billy Southwell are personally supervising and working on the project according to Purdum Bill was 12 years old when his well family has taken a personal inter est in the restoration project Purdum said We estimate the Pioneer Monu ment alone could not be reproduced today for less than half a million dol lars in fact it would probably be clos er to ftedwood QwiMtMy Hekai vow mew May 25 at the cemetery Dedication of the historical marker will be at noon Barbecue plates wHI be served with a meeting afterwards Contact Nor man Qua Fischbeck at 6200296 for information The annual picnic of the MlMlon Valley Community Center wi be held Sunday May 26 The meal will be served at noon Items bring provided include barbecue beer soda coffee and tea and cups Those attending please bring a covered dish or salad and dessert Come early for cards or dominoes Cleanup of the grounds wfll be Saturday May 25 at 8 For information call 6257174 after 6 The Comal County Democrats annual picnic wlH be In Landa Park site at 6 May 28 Bring a cov ered dsh lawn chairs and friends The Book Review Club will meet Tuesday May 28 at 10 at the Senior Center The review wil be given by Peggy Edwards of the book Will Rogers Rode the Range by Margaret StoflabargerAxteM The joint installation of the Auxiliary and Aerie officers will be Tuesday May 28 at Unitarian Unlveraallata will meet at Wednesday May 29 at the Faith United Church of Christ 970 COME ONI COME Sidewalk Events This the New Braunfels Memorial Day Weekend Way 24 25 26 Buy a 10 Ib bag of Charcoal aid wfll donate 50 to the local Relief Fund For every 1 Ib package of Carlton Sausage will donate 25 to the ChildrensShelter For every 1 Ib package of marinated Beef Skirts sold 50 will be donated to the Childrens Shelter Good at New Braunfels only DOCTORS CLINIC presents NEW EXTENDED OFFICE HOURS I IKS I ri New Braunfels San Marcos San Antonio Gonzates E Court SI fetocMale New patients minor emergencies and walkins accepted EDWARD BALLI JAMES D BEDELL RA 908 E Court St in Seguin Please call for an 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