New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 1, 1996, Page 5

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 1, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung □ Sunday, December 1, 1996 □ 5A Ip tom OFF selected items M including beautiful large I, furniture pieces. Pine Antiques • Furniture * Bronzes • Dolls & Toys Doll Restorations ” ISGifts A Accessories Hip Clips Center Wide Gift Certificates Now Available San Antonio College one of the nation's outstanding community colleges with superb faculty and excellent programs, is offering classes in New Braunfels and Seguin to help you achieve your goals. Registration New students should bring official high school transcripts or (JHI) scores, . and transfer students should bring college transcripts and TASP scores. Current students may register by telephone through December 16. Monday, December 2 & 9    Tuesday,    December 3 & IO 4 - 8 p.m.    4 - 8 p.m. Seguin High School, Rm. 518    New    Braunfels    Middle School, Rm. IOO 500 College Street    659    S.    Guenther Street Tuition and Financial Aid Tuition and fees are low, just $304 for up to six credit hours. Grants, loans, and scholarships are available to students who qualify. For More Information Contact Dr. David Qualls at Seguin High School every Monday, 4:30-7 p.m. or Mike Fitsko at New Braunfels Middle School every Tuesday, 4-7 p.m. or call Monday through Friday at 1-800/944-7575, ext. 2430. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE An Equal Opportunity College af the Alamo Community College District Free Fltz 8c Floyd Holiday Ornament With $250 Purchase. Shop Nov. 29 - Dec. 8 and receive a free Fltz 8c Floyd 1996 collector’s ornament valued at $17, while supplies last. Redeem center receipts (dated Nov. 29 - Dec. 8) totaling $250 at the Fltz 8c Floyd Factory Store. Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides With Santa. Ride with Santa in a horse-drawn carriage starting Friday, Nov. 29, then every Saturday 8c Sunday through Dec. 22 from Noon to 4 p.m. Photos are available. On IH-35 at Exit 188, only 30 min. north of San Antonio & 45 min. south of Austin. Monday - Saturday 9 am - 9 pm, Sunday 10 am - 6 pm. 888-SHOP333    210-620-6806 http://www.charter-oaK.com/newbraunfels NEW BRAUNFELS Factory Stores > I UUU ★ Come See Us At Our New Location! 650-B South Seguin Next to TJs Burgers 625-1495 Yes, You Can With San Antonio College in New Braunfels and Seguin Spring 1997 Course Offerings Clouts al New Braunfels Highschool New Braunfels Administration Building and Seguin High School meet from 6:30 * 9:30p.m. unleu otherwise noted Classes at Canyon High School matt from 6:15 • 9:30 pm, unleu otherwise noted Arnwltng # Am/TX: NatVStale T Chs Principles of Acct, ll R CHS Am Govt.: ProtH A Policies W NBHS Bmdmsm Watery Intro to Business M NBHS US History I W NBHS nyy en.---g---^ VrMMpl wqmHm US History ll R CHS Intro Chd Dsv Assoc Cmd R SBGHS Management Child Growth A Dev - WI M NBHS Intro to Management T CHS Lung Aits in Child Dev W NBHS Mathematics Computer IMenuntion Upturns Baric Mathematics M NBHS Computer Keyboarding I T SBGHS Basic Mathematics W SEGHS Computer Keyboarding I W NBAB Intro to Algebra A Geometry T CHS Computer Ut/lrtfro to Comp* M SEGHS Intro to Algebra A Geometry W SEGHS Computer LMntro to Comp* T NBAB Intro to Algebra A Geometry R CHS Computer Lit/Intro to Comp* W SEGHS Elementary Algebra M SEGHS Computer Lit/Intro to Comp* B NBAB Elementary Algebra W NBHS Crhnlnnl Justice Intermed Algebra R £HS Intro to Criminal Justice M NBHS Interned Algebra R SEGHS Courn A Crim Proc M SEGHS College Algebra R CHS Irnmnmlni H—ifrntf Arl-*tn Prin of Microeconomics M NBHS Medical Terminology T SEGHS Electronics OtBce Systems Technology Semiconductors I** rn SEGHS Business Writing T CHS EagJWh ’ Eau, aa -______UL... nuQMipny Basic English I M NBHS Etbics-WI R CHS Basic English I R SBGHS BbeMluJAM ftSJdMHOgy Baric English Ii M SEGHS Intro to Psychology W SEGHS Basic Babish ll T > CHS Develop Psychology T CHS Basic English ll W MMU Rending Freshman Comp I T SEGHS Baric Read Study Skills R SEGHS Freshman Comp I W NBHS Tedh/Stdy Skis I R SEGHS Freshman Comp I I'4 CHS Tbch/Stdy Sidell W NBHS Freshman Comp fl M NBHS Sociology American Ut - WI ; (BHS buro to Sociology T CHS Grin—it Speech AraftX: Nril/Suae ¥ SBGHS Fundamentals of Speech M NBHS Karen, Susan, Sharon & Kristin Receive $3 Off Your First Visit With This Ad! Walk-In's I Welcome! i Hours: lii^t Tue.-Sat. & Evenings ORIO SCHMIDT BUILDING Street / New Braunfels. Texas / (210) 608-0308Seniors foundation to get down to business at its annual meeting It’s that time of year again — annual meeting for the Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation. When the meetings were held the past two years on Sunday afternoons, ^there has been a conflict with the Cowboys games and the Super Bowl and all things to do with sports. So this year we are trying something different. The meeting will be held at the center at 7 p.m. Jan. 7, a Tuesday. The following nominees to be I elected or re-elected to the board were approved by the Board of Trustees to be presented to the membership: Muriel Mooney, Tressie Russell and Clifford Wilson for re-election; and Floyd Ball, Joe Wort, Elinor Wells and Hortense Rojo to be elected as new trustees to the board. The following slate of officers was nominated for the year 1997: Marie Dawson, president; Ramon Chapa, first vice president; Joe Guzman, second vice president; Larry Kellerman, third vice president; Clifford Wilson, secretary; Buzz Mann, treasurer, and Joe Wort, vice president at large. The following trustees are completing the second year of their two-year term: Ramon Chapa, Marie Dawson, Bruce Boyer, Joe Guzman, Paul Hammaker, Buzz Mann, Larry Kellerman and Al Bickham. The retiring trustees arc Alfred Brueckner, Marjorie Miller, Evelyn Silvers, Kenneth Triesch, Arthur Wages and Ron Zipp. I would like to take this opportunity to thank them for the years, time and effort they have given to the Board of Trustees and to the Senior Center. You are all greatly appreciated. Dave Hochanadel and Bob Dingeldein served on the nominating committee. Many thanks to Dave and Bob. Serving on the nominating committee can be a tough and sometimes thankless job. Ballots will be mailed to all membership in the January newsletter. You are encouraged to make your selections at that time and return the ballot to the center as soon as possible since the annual meeting will be Jan. 7. You may bring your completed ballot with you to the meeting if you prefer. However, it should be turned in before the meeting begins so that a . count may be taken. Thank you for your help and consideration. Please join us for the annual meeting. Light refreshments will be served. It’s also that time of the year to welcome back our winter Texans. A good number of you are already members of the center.Those who are Marie Dawson Guest Column Schools Student Council enjoys Its pertldpatlon In Convention at Hays High School. Unicorns take part in meeting not, we would like to welcome you and invite you to join. There are so many activities available for everyone. The heated, indoor pool and spa are some of the favorites of visiting Texans. Another advantage to being a member is that you receive the monthly newsletter all year round at your summer homes. Those who belong really enjoy "receiving that letter. It keeps them up with the news and with the many friends they have made over the years here in New Braunfels. The Senior Center is having a welcome back cocktail party from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Jan. 9 to welcome home our winter visitors. All members are invited. Also, all participants and persons involved with the Winter Texans Golf Tournament to be held Jan. 15 at Rebecca Creek Golf Course are invited to attend and meet each other. It is also an opportunity to meet and thank P.J. and George Wright of Rebecca Creek for all they are doing for the Senior Center. Proceeds from the winter tournament benefit the center. It will be an exciting event. The Senior Center’s board and staff would like to thank Greg Weston and the Treetops Riverside Grille for their geneous contribution. They are paying the December newsletter postage. That is a wonderful gift. Thank you. The Senior Foundation’s Christmas party will be from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Dec. 12. Dance music tapes will be provided by J.B. and Endene Moore. Kenneth Triesch will start things cfi'with Christmas caroling and a reading. Please bring a snack to share with others: sandwiches, cheese, dips, chips, cookies, etc., something that is your special favorite. The center will provide wine, tea and coffee. Please join us for a very nice Christmas celebration w ith fellowship and dancing. (Marie Dawson lives in New Braunfels and writes a column of interest to senior citizens.) By PATTY JO MAXEY ! Special to the Herald-Zeitung f I I New Braunfels High School’s • Student Council made the largest • showing at the annual District 18 Fall ; Convention on Nov. 2 with 51 ; members in attendance. ! NBHS also made the most • student-led presentations with Leslie ; Scott, Mireya Blankmeyer and Patty ; Jo Maxey each leading a discussion. ; In the first meeting of the year, I District 18 members used the time to learn skills and activities that would benefit them in school and Student Council. After a chance to mingle and “break the ice," presentations on such filings as pride and patriotism, publicity and leadership were given in sessions that all members were free to attend. When all of the sessions were concluded and everyone had eaten, the crowd settled down to listen to speaker Jevon Thompson. His message, “Using Your :Power," encouraged the students to rise above obstacles and to be the best they could. He led the crowd in a motivational '.chant: “I am beautiful. I am intelligent. I have feelings. I am hot. I am power.” I' Closing his speech on that note, the meeting was adjourned with a last-minute reminder of the next meeting, scheduled for March 4 at the New Braunfels Civic Center. New Braunfels is second vice president of District 18 and will be the host for the district convention at that time. (Patty Jo Maxey is a senior at New Braunfels High School and is publicity chair as well as second vice president of Student Council.) ;

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