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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 25, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Saturday November HRRALDZKITI INCJ Page 5A Mov CLOSE NET CHANGE CHANGE HIQH RECORD HIGH Jan AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER 62Weefc High uw Mm Utt A NYSE B AMEX B NASDAQ B GAINERS la 12 on MOM NMW LMI Chg Latt Chg Laat Chg NChg CGIgs MarvriEnt PE Cater 8 EnzoBto Teradyn Infineon n SfgdSds MicronTs Technttri Luxottlcas DjgPwr WWWiren Bkfflme TexBlwt eMaglnn Alteon n B2Blnetn Avanlrn AndreaE CredMng Vicinity n iBasis Jazzteln eQalnCm PrchPros ItrntCaps WstnMurtn Net2Phn LOSERS in on 12 on MOW Name Last Chg Last Chg Laat Chg NChg ComScop ArmWIM KVPhAs Culplnc KVPhBs Magellan Amphenls HeteoA BrillChAs BGanadro MedAdvS MSyhoon DixnTfc ColLb CapAHl AntexBton Peace A g Headway sTIntnetn Insmed AppWThfy Artec WSIInds Net2000n ViaLinks PrvtMeds CCORnets Ansoft MOST ACTIVE si on ACTIVE si on ACTIVE ti OR MOM Name Latt Last Laat Chg Lucent 121750 MicronTs 97397 AmOnlne 86782 NortelNw 68501 Motorola s 64086 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These parents were instructed to contact the school board and other arrangements would be made There was a reminder to all that tuition had to be paid quar terly and in advance 100 years ago 1900 Translator Betty Pfeuffer Triesch Werthheim a former teacher in Comal and Guadalupe Counties has taken over the Comfort In the north corner of Guadalupe County where Cottonwood Creek begins its southwesterly course to Yorks Creek lies the community of Redwood It is six miles from San Marcos and four miles from the San Marcos River The Gruene family opened a store in the area similar to their store in Thorn Hill They also opened a blacksmith shop 75 years ago Arlene Krueger Seales THANKSGIVING PRO GRAM On Wednesday Nov 26 at the hour of two oclock the New Braunfels Public Schools gave the annual Thanksgiving Program The children of all the schools were assembled at the Carl Schurtz School for the occasion The program was under the aus pices of the teachers and the stu dents working below the depart mental grades The New Braunfels High School Orchestra under the direction of Mr Emil Eggeling furnished the music for the program The children of the Mirabeu B Lamar School gave a program in the forenoon and joined with the children for the afternoon program A cordial invitation was extended to one and all to be present for the Thanksgiving Exercises The Home Economics Cottage was formerly opened on Tuesday Nov 24 from 3 to 5 oclock ben efit of Texas Clothing Contest A cordial invitation is extended to one and all by Miss Bouland and the students of the home econom ics classes 50 years ago Rosa Linda De La Cerda ST JOHNS EPISCOPAL PARISH HALL DEDICATED The Right Reverend Everett H Jones Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas dedicated the new Parish Hall of St Johns Episcopal Church Sunday Nov 12 and confirmed a class of con firmation candidates presented by the Rev D Williams McClurken priestincharge The service was held at 8 in the new build ing which is located at the corner of Guenther and Lee Streets Following the special service there was a breakfast for mem bers of the congregation at the Mission Valley Guest Members of the building commit tee for the project were Edward Badouh senior warden of the church and Proctor co chairman Willard Rush William Stewart Alfred Mellor Mrs Canty and Roye V Swartwout Supervising architect was Members of the campaign committee were the above plus Bayard Warren and Mrs Clarence Alfrey District Champions for the third straight year are the power ful Unicorns They have blitzed their way through another suc cessful seasons schedule They are Weldon Pape Dwayne Council Eugene Stephens Thomas Moorman Elwood Priess John Powell Merlyn Murphey and Gary Pittman Also Tommy McCoy Manuel Wilkenson Bodo Curtis Orville Heitkamp Arthur Ford Harry Balmos Charles Shriewer Menan Schriewer Sammy Howard Hugh Lackey David Rutherford Bill Kneuper Ray Dean Maus and Coach Weldon Bynum 25 years ago 1975 Myra Lee Adams Goff A 43 vote ushered in a new mayor and mayor protem this week Behind consistent block votes George Erben and Jim Hays became the mayor and pro tem during Monday nights reor ganization of the city council Miss Adelheide Heidie Bloedorn was honored Nov 16 in observance of her 81st birthday with a party in the home of her niece Mrs Chester Schwab A corsage of miniature pink carna tions was given to Miss Bloedorn by her hostess Heidie who was an employee at Jacob Schmidt Department Store for 52 years and will be remembered by many of her former customers many of which still keep in touch with her through greeting cards Unicorn back JeffChafin 28 wound up a standout varsity foot ball career for the New Braunfels Unicorns last Thursday with another hardhitting defensive game against San Houston All seven children of Antonio Valdez New Braunfels have served in the military with a col lective service total of 40 years They are Gus Jesse and Simon who died during the World War Adela Mike Tony and Ramiro At the meeting Tuesday of the Comal Independent School District board of trustees Superintendent Norman Whisenant announced that he is resigning his office effective this summer Submitted by the Comal County Historical Commission and the Sophienburg Museum and We Ye just a click away Mom irked by sisterinlaw with no desire to play aunt Saturday Nov TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE DEAR ABBY I have a prob lem with my sisterinlaw Weve never been close but got along fine until the birth of my son two years ago She always said she didnt like or want children but I never took her seriously I thought shed make an exception with her own nephew Shes not nasty but she takes absolutely no interest in him She never wants to hold or play with him and shes made it clear shes not available for baby sitting At times I think she resents the attention he gets frprn other members of the family My motherinlaw understands how I feel but tells me its my sisterinlaws choice and that I shouldnt let it get to me What do you think OFFENDED IN EAST BENTLEIGH AUS TRALIA DEAR OFFENDED I agree with your husband and mother inlaw Not everyone is able to relate to small children Youll gain nothing by continuing to personalize this It has nothing to do with you or the child DEAR ABBY I recently received a wedding invitation from a family member It was addressed to me only not my husband The inside envelope also included only my name Some of my friends say it was probably an oversight and told me I should add my husbands name on the return card I feel this is improper Another friend says there is no excuse and I shouldnt go or send a gift My husband is hurt and Im not sure what to do SHIRLEY IN PENNSYLVANIA DEAR SHIRLEY To exclude your husbands name from the invitation was extremely rude It meant that only you were invited to the wedding Under no circumstances should you add his name to the response card Simply pencil in that you witt NOT be in attendance DEAR ABBY arket Tlifies Good Fri Nov 24Thur Nov 30 651 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