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M week* pl * Pretoned ,Sf RH _ ... leeks pf * Preferred r*“ . _ tow! 80 perdue wtthtu Me pet* yew s « Sp* or stock Av of JO SS dd » toss in tost 12 mordia rt • Wghto u « Urn v - Tritone ar flseafverawp md » Whan toewbowd wt - When issued WI • x * Ex sash tovKtond NL • No up trot* stows charge contingent Defer ran atoe* toad trey supt, BS worth to iwto 88 to bs toted Moat Reaves mu* be worth rn m Stoss tomes are unoStato The Aeeoowted Presa IAround TownLooking Back 125 years ago (1878) Translators: Carl and Ethel Saur Commissioners’ court approved the building of a new county jail. IOO years ago (1903) Translator: Betty Pfeuffer Triesch H.L. Stein, 20 year-old son of Wilhelm Stein, was struck by lightning in Marion and killed. 75 years ago (1928) Translator: Arlene Krueger Seales The Lions Club and Chamber of Commerce entertained the party of northern capitalists and textile men who were touring larger cities in charge of the special committee appointed by Governor Moody to interest outsiders ROSEMARIE LEISSNER Gregory in the industrial possibilities of Texas. The delegation was pleased and surprised at what their trip disclosed, and New Braunfels was fortunate in being selected as one of the places to entertain them. 50 years ago (1953) Translator: Rosa Linda De La Cerda Mr. and Mrs. Hilmar Oberkampf gave a surprise party for their daughter, Mary I*ou, at their home. Guests were Nancy Staats, Marijane Fischer, Ray Lynn Faust, Linda Larkin, Margo Oberkampf, Dorothy N^te, Gertrude Becker, Gracie Becker, Shirley Rust, Molly Stobaugh, Joan Salge, Marilyn Haag, Pat Robertson, Malcom Bartels, Mike Hayes, Barry Schmidt, George Batchelor, Mark Hubbard, Charlie Howery, Franklin Demuth, Billy Foy, Phillip Gilbert, Fred Henne, Bill Schmidt, Maurice Schmidt, Tc?d I*ouis Kneupper and Tommy Zipp.■ ■■ Mrs. Porter Feary was declared sweepstakes winner of the New Braunfels 1953 Plower Show Wednesday at Seele Parish House. Placing second was Mrs. Fred Henne. 25 years ago /1978) Translator: Myra Lee Adams Goff The champion tree, in Tfexas at least, more familiarly know as Atlantus altissima, is still listed as owned by the City of New Braunfels. It’s 120 feet in circumference and 45-feet high. Not to be out done, downtown Fischer still boasts the biggest Lindheimer Hackberry in the state. It’s 72 feet in circumference and 43-feet high.■ ■■ September is when the first boat trailer is expected to roll off the assembly line at Conroy’s, a building plant off Ixiop 337. (Submitted by the Comal County Historical Commission and the Sophienburg Museum and Archives.) Woman’s divorce may change man’s calling DEAR ABBY: I was ’ divorced last September and granted custody of my 3-year-old daughter. My husband and I separated soon after her birth. While I was separated, I became friendly with an attractive co-worker I’ll call “Martin.” The attraction was mutual. Since I didn’t announce my separation to anyone at work, Martin was unaware of it. I figured that when my divorce was final, I’d let him know and let the chips fall where they may. A month before the divorce was granted, Martin announced he was taking a year’s sabbatical from work to enter the seminary to explore the possibility of becoming a Catholic priest. We have stayed in touch since his departure, but I still haven’t mentioned the divorce. I’m lucky to have a gowl job, a close* family and many good friends. I enjoy spending free time with my daughter, and, despite* numerous offers, I don’t feel the* nee*d to date. Still, I think about Martin all the time. Should I casually mention my divorce to him the next time we sjM»ak? Or should I wait to sen* if he chooses on his own to leave* the seminary? I don’t want to confuse* him. Please* help. — CONFUSED IN NKW YORK DEAR CONFUSED: I see no reason not to tell Martin the truth about your marital status. If his (‘ailing is so fragile and tenuous he would deviate from his commitment to the church, then he deiesn’t have what it takes to be a priest. Joining a religious order has many rewards — but it also requires obvious sacrifices. It might help you to go on with your life* once you understand what Martin wants to do with his. Please do not feel rejected if he chooses the priesthood. There’s no reason why you can’t remain friends. DEAR ABBY: Lait fall, I put a little “I love you" note in my husband, “Barry’s," wallet (as I do from time to time?) and was horrified to find a perfume-seen ted love note* from one of his female co-workers, When I confronted Barry, at first he denied the note was for him — then he eventually came clean. All he’d admit is that he kissed her — once. Abby, I know him too well to believe that. When Barry was married to his former wife he had multiple affairs, but since we’ve been together he claims to he a ‘‘changed man," Now I’m not so sure. We both agreed to work Dear Abby not to fall hack into his old habits. (Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or PO. Box 69440, I ms Angeles, 90069.) on our relationship. Barry has since left his job and taken another. However, there’s still a real distance between us. Wt* no longer share the same bed. I know he*’s worried I’m going to kick him out. I’m the primary wage-earner in our family, and I know he can’t afford to live on his own. I net*d guidance. I feel as though our marriage is over. I haven’t worn my wedding rings ainee Barry admitted to “the kiss” with that woman. Am I being tex) harsh? WIFE OF A KISSER IN ABILENE, TEXAS DEAR WIFE: Perhaps. After all, your husband did change jobs, which would put temptation at a distance. I’ll chant the old mantra: marriage coun-seling. It will help you both decide if this marriage is worth saving — and if you can trust him HUNTER-A-JUNCTION EST. 1981 End of Summer Sale T-Shirts Mens & Ladies ^Columbia Sportswear1 Ladies Sc Girls Fresh Produce’1 Dresses 1254 GRUENE RD.. GRUENE, TX (H30K>29-4‘XX) Take A Vacation Take A Camera Take A Copy of the Last Year's Winners... Herald-Zeitung WIN toitoi CASH! It*** st Place Winner 2002 Ten ford A Harvey Soell Contest Rules: 0n°'c,^L A - >nf'On Or* 'Os • fake a picture of someone in your family of a friend reading the Herald /eitung at the most recognizable landmark on your vacation. Take more than one if you want • Send or bring your vacation photo lo the Herald Zeitung by August 31, 2003 • A panel of judges, selected by the Herald-Zeitung, will choose the three (3) winning photos, • Each photo submitted entitles the Herald-Zeitung to publish die photo for promotional purposes • Prices will be awarded as follows I si Place $250 2nd Place $100 3rd Place $50 Herald-Zeitung The winning photos will be published on Sunday, September 21, 2003. ;

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