New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 23, 1997, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 23, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas CISD schedules elementary summer classes The Comal Independent School District will offer summer school classes for elementary students. Acceleration and enrichment programs are offered for prekindergarten through sixth-grade Students. The acceleration program is for students needing additional basic insbuction in mathematics, reading and language aits. The enrichment program provides students a stimulating supplemental learning environment Both acceleration and enrichment summer school programs will be offered at Frazier Elementary, Bill Brown Elementary and Mountain Valley Elementary schools. Due to construction, only the acceleration program will be offered at Comal Elementary School. Each student who registers for summer school must have a teacher or school principal recommendation. Registration forms will be available at elementary and primary schools. Summer school is available to all regular education and special student populations, including special education, Chapter I and state compensatory. Monday through Thursday summer classes are from 8: IS a.m. to noon and begin June 16, continuing until July 17. Enrollment is limited and registration is a must. The $60 tuition must be paid by May 17. After summer school child care, noon to 6:30 p.m., is available for $40 for a four-day week or at a $12 rate on a daily basis. For children not attending summer school, the rate is $65 a five-day week (7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.) or at a $12-1 -day rate. Tuition fees are used to pay teachers’ salaries and buy classroom supplies. Parents with questions on summer school should call their students’ school. (Submitted by the Comal Independent School District) SWI seeks rammer math camp applicants SAN MARCOS — Southwest Texas State University invites applications for its second annual Junior Summer Math Camp to be held July 7 through 25. The SWT Junior Summer Math Camp is a three-week program for students in grades four through six. It introduces students to the basic ideas in algebra through the use of children’s drama and acting. Each new mathematical concept is accompanied by a dramatic situation where students encounter a conflict whose resolution requires application of the mathematical idea being studied. Students learn new math concepts while having Am learning to act and to work together iii groups. To be eligible, students must have completed the fourth-, fifth- or sixth-grade and must submit an application to SWT before April 30. Total cost of the camp is $325, which includes all supplies, a work book, a camp T-shirt and a daily snack. Limited scholarship assistance based on need is available. For an application or for further information call (512) 245-3439 or (800) 782-7653, ext. 484 (Submitted by Southwest Texas State University) Looking Back By ROSEMARIE LEISSNER GREGORY Special to the Herald-Zeitung 125 years ago (1872) Translators: Carl and Ethel Saur The new Comal Bridge is not yet passable by wagons as the wood flooring work has not been completed for lack of sufficent boards. From May I on, Louise Duemmler will have classes in sewing and needlework. She lives in the home of Florenz Kruez, her uncle. Last Monday-Tuesday night thieves attempted to break into the Schramm and KJappenbach Store. IOO years ago (1897) Translator: Lottie Nebergall Miller Only $5 is the price for a children’s wagon of full size. Voelcker Bros. A good eight-day clock with hour and half-hours striking. Cases for the clocks are of walnut or oak and are 20 to 22 inches tall. Price $3.25. L.A. Hoffmann and Son, jewelers and clock-makers. Under the direction of Stefan Haelbig, the singing clubs, Concordia and Maennerchor (men’s chorus) are combining to present a concert on Easter Sunday at Matzdorfs Hall. Easter Dance on Sunday, April 18 at Rhode’s Hall. A friendly invitation is extended by Ed Rhode. Easter Dance in Thornhill on Sunday, April 18. H.D. Gruene extends a friendly invitation. 75 years ago (1922): Arlene Krueger Seales To the Public ... I wish to inform you that I have qualified as mayor and have made the required bond and will be ready to serve you with pleasure to the best of my ability as soon as the present incumbent will turn over the office to me. I will be in the mayor’s office at the Court House after 4 o’clock daily except Sundays and in case of an emergency you will always find me at the bank between the hours of 9 to 4 daily except Sundays and holidays, where I will always be glad to talk to you.... Very respectfully F.G. Blumberg, mayor elect... April 19, 1923. Wednesday evening almost IOO citizens of New Braunfels gathered at the Sanitarium to wish for the graduates, Misses Olivia and Ruth Rice, daughters of District Clerk C.W. Rice and wife, and Miss Etelka Dietert, graduates this week at that institution, all kinds of good luck and took with them flowers, flowers, flowers, and presents almost without number. The young ladies were beautifully gowned in their snow white uniforms and all three wore their class colors, white and red. Diplomas had been awarded them for faithful and hard work in the institution for the years required in apprenticeship. Refreshments were served from about 7 to 9, the pleasures of the evening concluding with a dance at the Club Room. Doctors Hagler and Bergfeld have been faithful to their charges and the graduates go out from the institution well fitted for the work before them. The very best wishes of all New Braunfels will follow these young nurses no matter where they may go. A general meeting will be held at the Legion room April 21 at 8 o’clock for the purpose of adopting permanent constitution and bylaws. All members are requested to be present and vote on this important matter. We should feel proud of our auxiliary as we rank second in membership in the state, with 72 members. Our unit has their 1921 membership IOO percent renewed and have enrolled additional members. New pins may bt purchased now, incorporating the new name of our organization. Every member should be anxious to wear one, as they are inexpensive, so eveiy one can feel like parting with 25 cents, their price. Again, don’t forget April 21, and be on hand, for our unit cannot maintain its good reputation unless each one personally takes an interest and come out when a general meeting is called. G. & M. Bathing Suits For Men As Well As The Ladies in new colors and styles Combined with guaranteed wear. VOIGT & SCHUMANN 50 years ago (1947): Betty Pfeuffer Triesch A hearing for a receivership for the Comal Power Plant, to have been held in the District Court here Thursday, was called off by attorneys for New Braunfels early this week in favor of a pet ion for trial of the case on its merits according to Attorney Julius Schleyer. He said New Braunfels will seek outright ownership of the plant in the new trial, probably to be held in June. Walter Hoffmann has been named judge of an election scheduled Tuesday to decide the incorporation Centex */our best value everyday! Free Postage Stamp with Every Greeting Card. rnjmusp itusms 154 S. Business IH35 (next to Adobe Cele) 629-3979 Service Q Eyecare Nothing Else Comes Close At The Mall! aae/ma Creativd^vewear For The Busy Person I Hour Services Available 844 North Walnut • 625-9770 KESTER W. JONAS CANDIDATE FOR COMAL I S O. SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE, DIST. 5 kl • Life-long resident of Comal I SD • Father of three daughters, Whitney, age 6 in first grade, Joanna, age 18 graduating in 1997, and Kasey, age 21. Husband to Dannette Tucker-Jonas • Pledge of continued service to Comal I SD with proven service from 1968-1983 • Professional Experience: Semi-retired from the Gunter Hotel; New Braunfels Police Department; Constable, Pct. 3; Chief of Security for the Dominion Country Club. With my business, educational and law enforcement experience, I am prepared to utilize this expertise on my day to day involvement with the Comal ISD. • Educational standards and little if no disruption for the children when growth takes place is a top priority. • Creation and implementation of hearty and nutritional meals in all of our schools along with exercise programs for good health • Support and hiring of additional educators and administrators with competitive salaries for longevity and consistency • The children, School Programs, Modern Technology Updates, Keeping our Children educated in Comal County "YOUR VOICE IS YOUR VOTE!" COMMITMENT, ADAPTABILITY, SERVICE & DEPENDABILITY • VOT* - SATURDAY MAY 3rd, POSITION 1 ON THE BALLOT SIU BROWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Fwd to by fw Comm*— »    kmm w Jqqm. Districts School Boid Trust—. Owmttt TuchBr-Jonw/rrgMuw lr of North New Braunfels as a municipal corporation. County Judge Clarence Rice announced this week. The election was ordered Tuesday of last week by Judge Rice after a petition asking for it signed by 72 persons was filed with him Saturday. ... North New Braunfels would include Rio Vista, Landa Park Highlands Number One and HJighlands Number Two, an area of 2-square-miles in which live 200 to 300 persons. The Texas Zeta Iota Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, International Social and Cultural Sorority, held their formal preferential tea on April 20 at the home of Miss Inez Wegeman, chapter member. ... The table centerpiece was of yellow spring flowers with yellow candles on either side. Miss Esta Mae Fischer and Miss Kathleen Eikel served tea, coffee and cake to the members and guests. ... Guests for the afternoon were Misses Betty Faye Meyer, Loeta M. Barry and Mildred Voges. Members present included Misses Marie Sadue, Debora Nolte, Verna Mae Boenig, Laverne Schwab, Esta Mae Fischer, Norma Jo Scruggs, Inez Wegeman, Elaine Nolan, Kathleen Eikel, adn Mesdames Phyliss Erben, Martha Peters, Sponsor Mrs. Gladys Hopson and Director, Mrs. Jack Kaufmann. 25 years ago (1972) Myra Lee Adams Coff Election of the first state of officials for newly incorporated Garden Ridge will be held from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 2, at the Ladshaw-Miller Development office, 20552 Timber Rose Drive, in the City of Garden Ridge. The Comal Independent School District Board of Trustees re-elected all of last year’s officers, and decided to sell the remaining bonds from last year’s bond issue during its Tuesday night meeting. ... Elected by acclamation were Cameron Willey, president; Eugene Krause, vice-president; Ken Karger, secretary; and Milton Erben, Treasurer. Members of the New Braunfels Police Department and the Comal County Sheriffs office manned a roadblock again Friday, arresting nine more persons for violations in the Clemens Dam area. ... A total of 54 persons were arrested at the site the weekend before as police began a major effort to clean up the area. ... Of the nine arrested Friday, seven were for drug violations. Three of the original seven were filed on following investigation, including two adults and one juvenile. The other two arrests were for minors in possession of alcoholic beverages. ... Five officers, including three sheriffs deputies, took part in the latest roadblock. According to police, the roadblocks will be continued on an unannounced basis, with cars being stopped to check driver’s licenses and to warn visitors to lock the car and caution them on the dangers of the area. The Ringtailed Cat Patrol of Boy Scout Troop 119 won the traveling trophy at the annual Spring Camporee of the Guada-Coma District at Nolte Island in Guadalupe County weekend before last. The second patrol entered by the troop,' the Panther Patrol, won a blue ribbon, and the troop itself won the blue ribbon for the best overall unit af the Camporee. Assistant Scoutmaster Frank Doyle took the troop to the event. Troop 119 is sponsored by New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. Members of the Ringtail Patrol are' Gerald Kelly, Kirby Doyle, Jim Sabrsula, John Owens and Mike* Gridley. (Submitted by Comal County Historical Commission and Sophienburg Museum and Archives) * Dr. Wes Stamps Chiropractor Open Saturdays 625-6011 158 N. Union St. Select Homes Start tau Ut* Lift With I Hew Int 608-0304 Exit 191, New Braunfels WATERBED HAVEN I iihelievable Prices on Select Groups of Comfort Bedding! 711N. Walnut, New Braunfels, Texas 78130 _ 210-625-3634 ililO, ’.o J Cl notion We lost our lease! 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