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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 27, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                2 g HeraldZeitung O Friday December Were Meeting Pint United Methodist of Preschoolers will be meeting Thursday Jan 9 at 7 Registration opens Jan 2 by calling Janice Thiem at 6201974 Child care will be available upon request for a nominal fee The meeting is open to all mothers of preschoolers in the community Please join us for a fun informal meeting that features a guest speaker lively discussion and simple craft The Comal County Geneaology Society will not meet in January The next meeting will be in February The board of directors will meet at 7 Jan 7 at 1000 N Walnut Ave The Breathin Easy AA Group is now meeting at 8 on Thursdays for smokefree open discussions at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church at 138 Austin St in the CCD building at the corner of Austin For more information call Connie at 6060647 The Canyon LakeFischer Club for Family and Community Education is meeting Jan 21 at the Fischer Store Community Center Fellowship and coffee begins at 9 and the business meeting begins at Martha Ellis program assistant for family and consumer sciences will present a program on Family Disaster The meting is open to everyone For more Tourism Obituaries information call the County Extension Office at 210 6203440 The Historical Outdoor Art Braunfels meets every third Thursday of the month Anyone interested in committing their time energy ideas and resources is welcome For more information contact Wayne Rahe at 6091369 Sandy Kelley at 6060470 or Christina Ryrholm at 6066221 The Alzheimers Support Group meets on the third Tuesday of each month Anyone who has a friend or family member with Alzheimers disease is invited to share their common concerns offer one another comfort and provide understanding in living with their caregiving situation For more information call Jan Harrison at 6298181 Members of the New Braunfels High School Class of 1959 meet at 8 the first Saturday of each month at the New Braunfels Smokehouse Why dont you join us for breakfast and a time of sharing Bring your spouse and kids if you want to For more information call 609 1325 The Republic of Texas provides information on the organization at a meeting at 7 the first Tuesday of each month at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative auditorium on FM 3159 just off of Route 46 Everyone is welcome The New Braunfels Masonic Lodge No 1109 meets at the second Tuesday of the month at 1157 Antonio St Visiting Masons are welcome Bands From Page 1 out on the practice field at night to get ahead But for me its just The Alamo Bowl with Texas Tech and Iowa is at 8 on Sunday in San Antonio and it will be televised on ESPN Michigan and Alabama will face off in the Outback Bowl at 11 in Tampa Florida That game also will betelevised on ESPN Exchange From Page 1 2000 for his two boys ages 2 and 4 The light was found to be broken after it was opened but Kiesling said he would find something to replace it They werent real thrilled about he said From Page 1 it matches up with the Tarlow said The hotels on IH35 in New Braunfels were seen as potential competitors So I had to go see what the competition was The presence of New Braunfels both competes with and adds to the Correction Nancy David A article in Thursdays edition of the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung should have been accompanied by a photo of Nancy David tourism industry at Canyon Lake Tarlow said When people go on a vacation they rarely go to a specific he said When you look at an area such as Canyon Lake you are looking not only at a geographic area but a sociological tourism area that will be spread out in other communities such as New Tarlows recommendations will be used by lake merchants to try and get more people to come to Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce President Ed Wetzel said The results of Tarlows recommendations should be released in the spring once Canyon Lake area businesses have implemented IV I Lunch Specials Any Regular Entree And Up With This Ad Offer Expires Jan DineIn Only Jerry Maguirc SolThur 101 Dalmations SotThur The Preachers Wife PG SolThur Mars Attacks SalThur My bellow Americans SalThur Beiivis Bimhead Do America I HEARTBURN Still Feeling Last Nights Meal If you or someone you know suffers from daily heartburn symptoms after eating you may be qualified to participate in a research study for a currently available heartburn medication To qualify you must be at least 18 take antacids and be ulcer free Qualified participants may be compensated CALL 6090900 CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH them and see how they work out Wetzel said The study will be used to increase the awareness of what merchants need to do to retain the interests of tourists in the Wetzel said Wlillwn PwvHw William Neville Hargrave age 56 of New Braunfels died Monday December 23 1996 He was born on January 26 1940 the son of William Neville Hargrave Sr and Rose Alice Roberts in Austin Texas Memorial service will be held on Monday December 30 1996 in the Memorial Hill at 2 Mr Hargrave was an engineer in nuclear physics He worked with military subcontractors in radar and he was a nuclear physics technical engineer at the Allen Shivers Cancer Treatment Center Mr Hargrave is preceded in death by his mother Rose Alice Roberts Hargrave He is survived by his wife of fifteen years Cory Hargrave and his father William Neville Hargrave Sr He is also survived by his children Mr Tracey Hargrave of Aiken South Carolina Trudy Mrs Dan Liles of Atlanta Georgia and Mr Chris Blackstone of Austin Texas his sister Rebecca Dietrich of Kingwood Texas and brother Harry Hargrave of Dallas Texas he also had two grandchildren and step daughter Darlene Donovan of Clear Creek Texas and stepson Mr and Mrs Lee Jackson of Garland Texas Harrison Oran Preston II Harrison Oren Preston II Hoppie died December 23 1996 He is survived by his parents Harry and Frances Preston sister and husband Sissy and Ron McMillin and niece Emily McMillin Memorial services will be 11 Saturday December 28 1996 at Saints Peter Paul Catholic Church Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Herbert Hanz Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels for Herbert Hanz who died at his residence in New Braunfels on Thursday Dec 26 1996 at the age of 85 Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Harden Wallace of Canyon Lake died on Wednesday Dec at the age of 86 Mr Wallace was born on June 5 1910 in Austin to Ed Wallace and Minnie Roberts On Dec 1 1934 he married Mattie B Wallace who preceded him in death on June 17 1982 Mr Wallace was a resident of Canyon Lake for 32 years and a former resident of New Braunfels and Austin He retired from Canyon Lake Water Works Mr Wallace was a member of the Canyon Lake First Baptist Church He is survived by son Wallace and wife Katie of Burnet TX two daughters Joyce Mancini and husband Vincent of East Hartford CT and Dale Johnson and husband Gary of Berclair TX two nephews He raised Ronald and Donald Johns of Houston TX 15 grandchildren 31 great grandchildren one great great granddaughter and one brother Floyd Ray Wallace of Cedar Park TX He Was preceded in death by his wife Mattie B Wallace and by two sons Robert Harden and Darrell B Wallace Services will be held at 11 Saturday Dec 28 1996 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake with the Rev Kenneth King officiating Burial will be at 2 at Austin Memorial Park Austin TX Visitation will be held from to 8 Friday at Doeppenschmidt FuneralHome at Canyon Lake Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or the AmericaruArthritis Foundation Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Subscribe to the HeraldZeitung Tuesday December National Guard Armory New Braunfels BYOB Music by Keys D J LIGHT 4 VIDEO SNOW CDS 4TEJANO POSTER GIVEAWAY Per Ticket For More Information Call Key at 6292495 V NTING TWO GRMT NIGHTS OF WITH fRANK KOSUB EAGLES HALL 251 BRAUNFELS t SATURDAY DEC 28 Soundi of Country WITH FRANK 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