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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 20, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                8AH HeraldZeitungd Thursday November AA97085 By MICHELLE OATMAN and JOHN MOLER photo editor Special lo the HeraldZeitung WEIIINACIITSMARKT is here The event thai kicks off the New Braunfcls Holiday Season will open its doors at 10 Friday It is a Christmas Market that is sure to please someone on your shopping list 10 to 7 Friday 10 to 6 Saturday and 11 to 5 Sunday Tickets are per person and are good for all three days Now to business Our distinguished man from last week AA97083 is Scholl in AA97086 1936 or 1937 as he took over as chief of police We thank his son A W Scholl Valira Timmerman Gertrude Koepp Fritz Grimm and Howard Schneider for their help in making sure that Mr Scholl was correctly identified The 1934 state champions AA 97084 also was a full identification this week The champs in this picture from left are Walter Staats fire Alphons Schwab Ben Kneupper Herbert Barth Fred Staats Norman Hcnne Erhard Jack Kneupper Alvin Schecl and Adolph Ted Eggeling We thank Howard Schneider for these names AA97083 Hunting season is now here and we have one proud hunter AA97 085 is one of our many unknowns and he is just too cute to not know who he is Our second picture we need help with is our Student This 1983 picture is three children enjoying the Thanksgiving costumes they have made in school If one of these pilgrims or the Indian looks familiar to you please help us out and call in their names As always KEEP READING KEEP REMEMBERING KEEP CALLING 6291900 or come by AA97084 Club Notes SOS Inc Food Bank The SOS Inc Food Bank board of directors met Oct 20 in its building at 248 Merriweathcr Directors present were Gladys Dartiing First Protestant Angelina Borgfuld and Bonnie Collins St Paul Lutheran Inez Fortson and Myra Ebert Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Olga Huber Cross Lutheran Betty Hawthorne Peace Lutheran Sanford and Emma Jean Crabill Eastside Baptist D F Wells St Johns Episcopal Frances II Baird and Lindel Bittiek Oakwixxl Baptist Nancy Foster Faith UCC Frances Divine First Baptist and Ken Peters advisor Melba and Betty Drawe New Braunfels Presbyterian For the first time in months the statistical report in September totaled more food pounds than food pounds Ninetyfive volunteers workeil 431 hours giving food to 201 families 484 individuals in September Gladys Bartling president announced vice president Bill Dooliltle would he resigning Dec 31 I le would Ix hard to replace because he wore many hats from janitor to purchaser The directors hoped he would be available for advice and instruction after his retirement Doolittlc plans to do more fishing on the coast Beth Ann Noak from Devine presented an informative talk on Volunteer Gleaning Volunteers glean the vegetables and fruits in the fanning area west of San Antonio This program gathers the vegetables and then delivers them to agencies that serve the hungry Before receiving food from SOS Inc Food Bank clients go to the Community Service Center at 132 Caddell Lane to be certified Each client will need social security numbers lor all members of the family and show proof of address and income if any Upon receiving the application from Community Service Center the form must be taken to the SOS Inc Food Bank All clients must he recertified by the Community Service Center each January for the new year and bring their copy of recertification to the Food Bank The SOS Inc board thanks Margaret Priebe Mr and Mrs Abbatt St Johns Episcopal Deverlyn Voges Ann T Muschalek Nancy Reynolds Dorothy Mallard First Protestant Mr and Mrs M Reiriinger Mr and Mrs E E Shackelford New Braunfels Assembly No 277 Rainbow Girls New Braunfels Presbyterian Mr and Mrs Frank Chatham Oakwood Baptist Mrs D Dunlap Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Carola McNeill Davis First Baptist and classes Victory Rejoice Friendship Hannah Ruth Mens Bible Kings Men New Braunfels Newcomers Club Mr and Mrs Jerry Siemann Mr and Mrs Win E Wetscl ADM Milling H EB Wuesth Monday Bridge Club Canyon Intermediate School Coma County Eagles New Braunfels Schools Unitarian Universal Church Greg and Monique Westan of Tree Tops Restaurant and anonymous First United Methodist DAR The Captain James Jack Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met Nov 10 at the Education Center Peggy Edwards and Shirley Flowers were hostesses The general theme of the meeting was Promoting Patriotism with special emphasis on the respect and gratitude people should remember to show all veterans The 220th birthday of the United States Marine Corps was noted Three new members were introduced They were Evelyn Stuckey the daughter of Fairy Edwards and Sue McNett and Charlsie Moore who are transferring in from other chapters Lauva Currier was welcomed as a guest Nancy Krueger reported that Roxalyn Krueger Ruth Krueger Ruth Alford and Joan Robinette were preparing to review the Good Citizen Contest entries A very absorbing and instructional program explaining what Hospice does was presented by Christina Smith of Hospice New Braunfels Gruene FCE Club The Gruene FCE Club met on Nov 12 at the Extension Meeting Room Mary Klobedarrs was hostess A program on Clothing and Protection from Pesticides was given by Ritzie Watkins She warned that if clothes with pesticide residues are washed with other clothing the other clothing will become contaminated with the pesticide To prevent contaminating other clothes one should follow these washing instructions wear rubber gloves wash clothing as soon as possible wash separately from other laundry discard clothing if thoroughly saturated pesticide Dont use an automatic dryer line dry Run an empty cycle with hot water and detergent before washer is used again Always read the pesticide label carefully before using it Some low toxicity pesticides carry high risk for poisoning and have strict personal protective equipment requirements Vice president Watkins presided at the regular business meeting in the absence of the president Coleen Cooper The meeting opened with the club prayer Roll call was answered by What bugs me Jennie Lee Wimberley secretarytreasurer read the minutes and gave the treasurers report Historian Mary Klobedans showed pictures she had taken at previous club meetings The pictures are to be placed in the club scrap book Club contributions were turned in The club Christmas party will be at Dec 10 at the home of Coleen Cooper Each member is to bring a covered dish for the luncheon and a white elephant for the game after lunch Alice Simon won the game prize and Jennie Lee Wimberley won the attendance prize SAR The William Hightower Chapter Sons of the American Revolution met for dinner and business Nov 11 at the Holiday Inn President Wayne Justiss presided Following the opening ceremony members and guests were introduced Three new members and wives were present and three prospective new members were visiting After the meal and officers reports the new members were inducted by Texas Society District Vice President John Lee Inducted and given new member packets certificates and rosettes were Dr Charles Bell Pat Parks and Charles Motz V Charles Motz V is the third generation of the Motz family in the chapter His father and grandfather are also members Justiss presented the SAR Law Enforcement Medal and Certificate to Ernie E Hassold retired sheriffs deputy and local community emergency coordinator He is chairman of the EPA Chemical Emergency Preparedness Program Dick Robinett reported on color guard activities including performance at the memorial service for all veterans at the Sons of Confederate Veterans Cemetery in San Antonio John Lee reported on the dates and times of the PBS television series on the American Revolution Nov 2325 Chapter Secretary Bill Tart was appointed to chair the committee for planning the anniversary celebration in March 1998 Billy Hightower assured the members and guests of a great program at the Forke Store meeting in December Dick Robinett gave the benediction Canyon Lake Retired Teachers The Canyon Lake Association of CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH Frank C Hampel 705A Landa New Braunfels Looking I OP volunteers to participate b ttw foUowtaa research studies HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE 18 years and older Free EKG Chest XRay Lab Work Free Physician Monitoring Qualified Participants Compensated ASTHMA ADULTS CHILDREN Currently Taking Asthma Medication 56 Outpatient Visits Free Pulmonary Tests Chest XRay Lab Work Compensated Up To H you MtmiUd In ettlw il Quit ttudlu f 3 cifl lor BUN talormaUoiT 629 Retired Teachers and School Personnel will meet at Tuesday at the Rio Raft Conference Center The program will be given by executive director Mike Lehr of the Texas Retired Teachers Association He will give details of the association and how it operates for the benefits of retired school personnel Miriam Schmidt is chairwoman of the hostesses who will serve coffee and cookies before the meeting All retired school personnel are urged to attend this meeting to meet the executive director from Austin The Dec 9 meeting will be at 6 at the Rio Raft Center This will be a catered meal for the Christmas party The Smithson Valley School choir will present the Christmas program in song There will be no meeting in January ULTRA DENSE LUXURIOUS SHAW CARPET NO TRIP CHARGES WITH THIS AD Centex us four best value everyday AREA CODE 830 NEW BUSINESS CARDS RUBBER STAMPS 900 South Seguin Ave by the underpass 6293979 RELIABILITY OOOQ User error V At PEC we know your electronic equipment is an important connection to the outside world So we recommend that you protect these valuable tools with reliable surge suppressors where appropriate A lightningrelated voltage surge could damage or even destroy your unprotected computer stereo or television by exceeding the rated voltage of your equipment Discuss electronic equipment protection options with a quali fied sales representative and keep 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