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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas Illllll DECEMBER RALDZEITUNG SPORTS BASKITBALL Canyon New Braunfels splits on first day of Cougarette Basketball Page 5A COUPON SAVI JC Penney offers coupons for savings and discounts at its Inside Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 16 16 2 sections CLICK I I 20 chance i of rain i High Low i 59 45 1 i Details1B DEAR ABBY 31 CLASSIFIEDS It COMICS 28 CffOSSWOAtift FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 1A SPORTS BA TV GRIDS Jt Search continues for missing woman By Ron Maloney and Bryan Kirk HeraldZeitung and the Seguin GazetteEnterprise SAN ANTONIO Nine days after former New Braun fels teacher Diane Tilly was reported detectives are looking for a woman they believe tried to use her debit ed hours after Ronnie Joe and his Tillys burnedout 1998 Cadil 15yearold daughter were lac Fleetwood was discovered arrested in east San Antonio on the bank of Cibolo Creek the day after Tilly was report in Guadalupe The IN GOOD HEALTH pair is being held on aggra who declined to be vated robbery interviewed for th is Tilly is a longtime New She was reported missing Braunfels resident and the former wife of Michael See Page 2A Pony Express to ride to towns in annual event By Ron Maloney Staff Writer In the bad old days on the carrying the mail was serious The want ad for a Pony Express rider called for a spe cial kind of young one under 18 years willing to risk death Orphans Started April as a route to get mail from to the Pony Express never came to Texas during its year and a half run through Utah and But those whose hearts hearken back to a PONY EXPRESS RIDERS HeritageTrail Riders Association of New sponsors of the Heritage Ride from Indianola every five will partici pate in Saturdays annual hol iday Pony Express ride to San Local riders are Sandy David Gordon Don Johnson and Glenn harder time and have a little nostalgia for the frontier days will be able to send their Christmas cards out with spe cial Pony Express cancella tions from Gruene and Bracken as part of the 16th annual Christmas Along the Corridor See Page 2A MANDY Randy Gray serves some of his prizewinning wassail to Fritz Welsch for the toast on the bandstand to kick off Wassailfest residents celebrate Wassailfest By Scott Mahon Staff Writer Thousands of people strolled downtown Thursday night sipping chat ting with friends and doing some Christmas The 11th annual Wassail fest kicked off at Main Plaza at with a toast of wassail led by Mayor Adam To your pro claimed as he read a proclamation declaring 7 Wassailfest Local attorney Randall who was last years supplied the wassail for the kick off Main Plaza was lit up with holiday the Comal Community Band played in front of First State Bank and merchants greeted people as they strolled in and out of downtown Beverlyn a native of New said it was a chance to find out what downtown merchants had in their you see a lot of peo ple you she as she browsed in Color Conceived as a holiday open house by downtown merchants 11 years Was sailfest has evolved into a community wide Christmas time It was a Main Street proj ect intended to showcase downtown said Carol Visitors enjoyed more than 50 wassail stops up and down San Antonio Street and Seguin Its my favorite event of the said Main Street Manager Jan Soechting said second and third place wassail win ners would be announced today at 3 People voted for the best wassail by filling out a ballot in front of the she Although there are thou sands of recipes for Soechting said the tradition al hot drink is made from apple juice or apple cider mixed with various spices and fruit Gray said he got his recipe from a See Page 3A COMING SUNDAY Christmas Lights I7fll annual Christmas Candlelight Tour to feature 2004 CHEER FUND Donations are still being accepted for the 2004 Cheer Stop by the HeraldZeitung office at 707 Landa between 8 and 5 Monday through Friday or mail a check made out to the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung to Cheer New Braunfels 707 Landa New before Thanks to the following for their support Richard and Isavel Schuetz Frederick and Mary Budworth Miss Lindin Anderson Roger and Patsy Vann Freedom Fellowship helps people during hurtful times will feature a FREEDOM FELLOWSHIP CHURCH I Pastor Dennis Gallaher I Denomination Interdenominati onal I Attendance 200 I Meeting time Sunday Location 410 Timber Hollow Phone 830 6251288 Worship style contemporary Mission To be intimate with God and others By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Every hurting people gather at Freedom Fellowship looking for They come to be prayed over and com forted by people who believe it is Gods will to We pray for anything financial marriage prob said Pete We dont turn anyone Meckel founded the Healing Rooms in New Braunfels after visiting a similar ministry in Two years he and his have trained 20 workers who serve as prayer warriors for anyone who walks through their Although Meckel and his staff have seen many physical especially for bone and joint related more they see spiritual What most people receive is encour which is really needed these he The Healing Rooms are maintained by people from several different congrega but the ministry fits perfectly into Freedom Fellowships We do relational said Pasior Dennis We want to come alongside of people and walk with them in their People need to know some one else cares they are An important part of building authen tic relationships is acknowledging the truth about something not all church es are known A lot of hurting people get trite and we try not to do There are no simple answers life just Gallaher Congregation members minister to one another through small group meetings in a format conducive to shar ing on a personal When sharing is not enough to solve See Page 3A OMflO Pastor Dennis Gallaher says missions are a big part of what they do at Freedom Fellowship
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