New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 4, 1996, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 04, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 4, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas New For This Year! Fresh cut, cold-storage shipped Noble and Fraser Firs from award-    n    _    m-J&L    ll    ^ winning Tilton Valley    I Farm in Morton,    - " Washington.    <=-— We also have Texas- grown Virginia pines.    SECK Jim & Dorothy Mercer    ,    Jtma Resident Caretakers    J    J 629-4518 or 629-1854    »    5 4413 Hunter Rd. --- Hook Your Holiday Daily Lunch I 620-7473 (PIPE) 180 W. San Antonio Street Veterans association plans job bur The Non Commissioned Officers Association (NCOA) will conduct a job fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 13 at the San Antonio Convention Center (North Banquet Hall). The event is one of 12 the association is sponsoring this year to help separating and retiring military personnel find civilian jobs. The fair is free to military personnel of all ranks who have decided to leave active service. Separated and retired veterans are invited to attend, as are family members of military service members. Howard Harrell, director of NCOA’s Veterans Employment Assistance Program, said military personnel are in great demand because they are highly skilled, well-trained, motivated and responsible people who are committed to following a job through to the end. Job fairs are part of the NCOA’s Veterans Employment Assistance (VEA) Program. Today, reductions in the number of military personnel have made the VEA Program especially important. Since the VEA’s first job fair 22 years ago, NCOA estimates that nearly I million people have utfed the VEA program. The program has been awarded several presidential Flags,” bestowed on organizations or programs offering volunteer service. The NCOA is a non-profit, fraternal organization founded in 1960 to promote and protect the rights and benefits of enlisted personnel in all five branches of the U.S. military, including National Guard, reserves and veterans. NCOA received a charter from Congress in 1988, and is the only organization exclusively dedicated to representing enlisted service members. (Submitted    by the Non- Commissioned Officers Association) New Braunfels High School Honor Rolls (.ll I HOOKS AV All AKI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 III 35 and Walnut Ave. I )p« . UN tin- J.in j liter Iii . 111 L - y i v iii'; In i r \ ii• i\ fr om i IO .i.ni i Iii 11. i r k Daylight JdW [PG»13j 101 Daimations 0 Moo-fhur 4:35*50 WO Salt! 1:154:35 LSO 9:00 Ransom Space Jam Mon-lw 5:307:30 9:30 Sol I Sun1 1:30 3:30 5:307:30 9:30 The Minor u.ftk... las Two Faces LM 7-05 I PG -13'    ** Sol I Sun 1245 4 25 7.4)5 9:40 Romeo Juliet 5:007:20 9:45 SflitSwi 1:45 5:00 7:20 9:45 BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W. San Antonio -1    5:10 IFCS-131 _7:20-9:30 StftSun 2:30 4:40 7:20 9.30 Jingle A“ ^ the Way J* ■ 5:00 7:00900TRI-COUHTY COUPETCOMMERCIAL OR RESIDENTIAL CARPET t > ■♦iii'"- * '■ .DVM *13" •d-w/6# pad Wood Flooring NO furniture charge! Berber Carpet $14.50 installed w/ 8# padFREE ESTIMATES'8406 FM 2673* Canyon Lake 1-800-531-3153 • (210) 899-4692 December 5 - Wassailfest • December 7 - Candlelight Tour December 14 * An Historic Christmas Journey December 19- Caroling on the PlazadlCAA OO^ W • Giveaway Downtown Dollars Register at any Downtown Business displaying the Green Sign Final Drawing to be held December 13 (Downtown Discovery Day) 6AC)Herald^!eitungafWed^^ Unicorns and turkeys Turkeys played a significant role at th# Nov. 26 masting of tho Now Braunfels High School Student Council. Above, members of th# council and He executive board gather around the seven Thanksgiving turkey baskets that were later delivered to needy families in the community. New Braunfels Smokehouse donated the turkeys. (Photo by David Simmons) At right, Melinda Aguirre participates in Turkey Bowl, a council activity. Each bowler who made a strike received a gift certificate from a local business, such ae Tanfastic, McDonalds, Walnut 6, TOBY, Arty’s, Sonic, Appiebees and Papa John’s. (Photo by Haathar Saathott-Ueteata) NKW Parties Now! J*uJSeJL Madness Choice of Our . 6 Burgers Including * Fries, Tea & Ta*. Chicken-Fried Steak I Hand Dipped V ■ In Beer Batter ■ m Cheese Enchilada Plate House Salad & Baked Potato ALL INCLUDING TEA 8. TAX (ZIG)620 1234 Warm Up With    I A STEAMING BOWL OF I Tort Hid OI Hob I a no Soup! NEW FUN MENU Seguin company gets bank contract First Commercial Bank has selected The Koehler Company of Seguin as the general contractor for the bank’s new, permanent facility at 1690 State Highway 46 West at Loop 337. Koehler won out over four other area contractors, said First Commercial Bank Senior Vice President Joe Hartigan. The project is a 3,400-square-foot facility. Site work is already under way, and the foundation is expected to be poured in December. Completion is expected in the spring of 1997. (Submitted by First Commercial Bank) PARTAGAS & MACANU1 T-Shirts & Hats Check Out Our Great Selection of Golf Novelties DiFonzo, Aja Edwards, Bryan Evans. Matt Fitsko, Michael Friesenhahn, Raquelle Garcia, Ryan Gorman, Noah Haas, Melissa Halm. Brad Hartmann. Chad Hartmann, Christina Hill, Lauren Janzen, Tiffany Judkins, Gary Kennedy, Amber Miller, Jared Moore, Kenneth Mueller, Kathryn O'Neal, Evelyn Orr, Erie Poeck, Sondra Rahe, John Ray, Mandy Reary, Alice Reeves, Roxanne Riedel, Lindsey Roden, Belinda Rodriguez, Christopher Rollo, Martin Rosales Jr.. Joy Sanders. Stephen Schlater, Laura Schultz. Kyle Simpson, Lauri Simpson, Timothy Smallwood, Stacy Smith, Aaron Stoll, Blanca Vazquez. Nick Wallisch, Kelly Watkins. Laela Wilson and Adam Wyatt. FrushtiMMt: Jessica Aleman, David Brandt, Ashley Brown, Clay Coleman, George Cone, Stephen Conran, Michael D’Alessandro. Sarah Damarodas, Cara Doherty, Phillip Dorsett, Casey Ethridge. Crystal Garcia. Micaela Garcia, Whitney Garvens. Lauren Gaskamp, Melissa Gerhardt, Andrea Griffin, Erin Hannan, Laura Honk, Tyler Hollmig, Rachel Humphrey, Amanda Kalinowski. Kelly Kaufmann, Michael Kendel, Nicole King. Andrew Kraft. Ashley Leies, Joanna Lemich, Adam Levine. Adam Longer, Mary Miller. Christopher Millett. Deidra Mills. Jason Mills. Christina Moore, Erin Moore. Karene Morgan, Amy Morton, Elizabeth Ninneman, Jessica Oliphant, Rosanna Perez, Anna Peterson, Jennifer Quiroz, Whitley Reddell, Angela Reininger, Joseph Richardson, Alejandro Rodriguez, George Rodriguez, Erin Rousseau, Angela Saad, Anna Sandoval, Aaron Sc heel, Andrew Schmid, Matthew Self, Rebecca Stockhorst, Garrett Sullivan, Joshua Tonish, Marcos Torres, Jamie Vaughan, Heather Watt, Sarah Weber, Julie Wesch, Jacob Wesolick, Bradford West, Scott Wilson, Laura Wong. Hailey Zinkgraf and Joseph Zukowski. At the conclusion of the nine-week grading period, the following New Braunfels High School students were named to the “All-A" honor roll. Settlers! Rebecca Allen, Alex Alvarado, Alfredo Ayala. Errol Baugh, Elizabeth Behler, Melinda Boyd, Shelley Bredewater, Bethany Carl, Ramon Chapa, Jaclyn Conn, Katherine Dewitt, Laura Flournoy, Keli Guzenski, Jana Haburova, Harold Holtman, Jennifer Hovel son, Kelly Koegle, Allison Kraft, Shana Kraft, Keri Leifeste, Justin Lowery, Kyle Marbach, Noelia Martinez. Patty Maxey, Monica Mendoza, Stefanie Nenz, Kristina Prunerova, Samuel Riding, Arturo Sala, Helen Sanchez, Leslie Scott, Julie Soderberg, Jenifer Vetter and Sarah Yglecias.    i Juniors: Charlie Adams, Mark Allen, Kyle Baker, Thomas Barber, Heather Barker. Nicole Blackwell. William Brandt. jacob Brooks, Sergio Carrera. Jennifer Carrillo, Juanita Castillo. Esther Cruz, Katherine Faulkner. Heather Fest, Rebekah Forney, Kimberly Girouard, John Glassmire. Whitney Gray, Rachel Green, Elizabeth Grow, Teresa Gutierrez, Sheryl Hall, Keri Hildebrand, Russell Johnson, Kliff Kingsbury, Amber Koepp, T.J. Koerlin, James Kolath, Rachel Langerhans, Jason Leach, Jamie McDonald. Michelle McCormack. Michael Miori, Jasmin Owens, Sneha Patel, Michael Perez, Christopher Perro, Pedro Rodriguez, Kimberly Rollo, Adrian Rosales, Heather Saathoff-Leifeste. Joshua Salge, Kristen Santos. Jacob Sauceao, Joshua Schindler. Danica Scholl, Grant Simpson. William Simpson, Summer Smithers, Megan Snider, Victoria Stauffer. Megan Stratemann. Jessica Sullivan, Priscilla Trejo. Juan Villarreal. Erica Walther, Jon Wilson, Casie Woods, David Zartman and John Zengler lophomoreei Travis Albrecht. Josef Antosh, Jessica Barney. Christopher Bartlett. Denise Belcik. Virginia Carden, Melissa Cart. Rebecca Childs. Emily Coble. Lauren Colley. Kellye Cunningham, Candace Davidson, Robert Hfolly Joe’s RIN-FOOD-SPIRITS f    *    -v--f    -—t" LITT    Eln-    -j’J 31H r If Iff If „„-jj -\~T    -*    '    ('.yr*—I    | ■    -J*—: t    Kl-r-r, 1 . ’    -KT    ril    i .j    r    ‘    I-*    T    .—:' '    :;    ^ * ii ii•• j:    lriM[i©tn ;

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