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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 6, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas GOODFORYOU Photo submitted Tom president of the South west Division of Vulcan Materials accepts an award from Ray IP President of the Schweers Historical Vtikan Materials Company recognized for service Vulcan Materials Company recently received a plaque from the Schweers Historical Foundation for their efforts to preserve several historical In members of the Schweers family approached Vulcan about the possibility of purchasing the Henry Schweers home with some even though they had no idea how they could raise the The VMC representa tives said they not only would be inter ested in the but mat they help and support such community Since that Vulcan Materials Company has assisted in the formation of the Schweers Historical They donated the historic William Schweers Home with and committed to donating the historic Hen ry Schweers Home with additional acreage in the near Schweer and Zeda Balzen set sail for Texas in 1855 with six The two youngest children perished before reach ing our Texas The family finally arrived in Quihi in Medina County in early 1856 with their four remaining Henry was Heyo was their daughter THentjewas and William was 13 years The three sons changed their last name to their fathers first Trientje fell in love with Mimke who lived just across the Quihi Creek with his They were mar ried on and immediately built their Henry married Johanna Muennink on May and built a new home that same Heyo married Margaretha Schlentz on They built their home shortly William married Elizabeth Muennink on and they built their home in The Saathoff home burned down in and the blown off the Heyo home sometime in the 20th centu but the rock walls are still The Henry and William historic homes are still intact and located on land which Vulcan purchased in November 2000 for a railroad track rightofway leading to a quarry they plan to which is located several miles to the HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO Roy Rodriguez Alice Monsivais Ramon Chapa Updated forecasts Type state or zip code into space provided and click go TEXAS FORECAST AUGUST 2005 WMfr HI Hi Ticket to fiui movies offer variety of lessons as well as TODAYS EVENTS CLUBS Post 35 bingo Time early 2 regular bingo Location 4210 FM Old Solms Road You should know Smokefree Information 6255535 Longhom Corvette Club Time 11 Location Fiesta 1202 Huisache You should know See the cool rides and vote on your Information Call JoAnn West at 6256263 FreiheK Bowling Club 95th Anniversary Time 3 to 8 You should know Barbecue Information 6250372 COMMUNITY Bulverde Market Days Time 3 to 6 Location 2295 Bulverde Bulverde You should know Organic fruits and grassfed beef and hormonefree homemade quilts and other Information 830 Honey Creek Guided Tours Time 9 Location Meet at Rust House inside You should know Wear comfort able shoes and dress for weather Information 210 or 830 Womens AA Meeting Time Location Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic 138 Austin You should know Nonsmoking meeting Marion Volunteer Fire Department Sausage Supper Time 4 to 11 Location 301 Center Marion You should know silent carnival and Cost Sausage Elks Lodge Rummage Sale Time 9 Location Elks 353 Seguin REMINDERS DONT FORGET NBISD Registration New Braunfels Middle School incoming eighth DAVID DONT MISS MODEL TRAIN SHOW A passing Lionel train fascinates 3yearold Cody The Summer Model Train Show will be held from 9 to 4 20 at the New Braunfels Civic The event will feature model operating building Tshirts and Cost is adults and youth 17 and For informa call 830 graders will return packets 10 to 6 incoming seventh graders will returns registra tion packets 10 to 6 Wednesday students not currently enrolled in NBISD will pick up packets 10 to 6 At that appoint ments will be made to speak with a Completed packets will be returned at the time of the OakRun Sixth Grade Center Wednesday incoming stu dents will pick up registration packets 10 to 6 Friday students will return registration packets and have pictures taken 10 to 6 Learning Center Monday registration for school of choice 10 to 6 Tuesday registration for DAEP 10 to 6 Comal ISO Registration Bill Brown Elementary Wednesday and Thursday to Frazier Elementary Tuesday and Wednesday to Thursday 10 to 6 Goodwin Primary Tuesday and Wednesday to and to 3 Hoffmann Lane Elementary Monday 9 to noon and 1 to 3 Tuesday 9 to noon and I to 6 Wednesday 9 to noon and 1 to 3 Mountain Valley Tuesday 7 to 1 Wednesday noon to 7 Canyon Intermediate Monday 9 to 3 Tuesday 9 to 6 Wednesday 9 to 3 Canyon Middle Tuesday eighth grade 8 to II and 4 to 7 Thursday seventh grade 8 to 11 and 4 to 7 Smithson Valley Middle Tuesday and Wednesday noon and 2 to 7 Wednesday to and 1 to 5 Spring Branch Middle Tuesday new students from 9 to 11 and 2 to 6 Wednesday returning stu dents from 9 to 11 and 2 to 6 Canyon High School Returning student registration Monday seniors from 9 to 11 and 1 to 3 Tuesday juniors from 9 to 11 and 1 to 3 Wednesday sophomores from 1 to Thursday freshmen from 1 to Makeup for all grade levels Section To have your event contact Melissa McCaghren at or by email at mmccaghrenOherald com Friday 9 to 11 and 1 to 3 Smithson Valley High Returning student registration Monday Seniors from 8 to noon Monday Juniors from to 4 Tuesday Sophomores from 8 to noon and to 4 Wednesday Freshmen AL from 8 to noon and to 4 Thursday Freshmen MZ from 10 to and 2 to 5 Makeup for all grades Thursday 5 to 7 Viennese Vocal Ensemble Date Sunday Time Location Pauls Lutheran Church You should know The Wiener Vokalensemble is an adult choir of 40 voices that has per formed in more than 14 coun A dessert reception will follow Church Birthday Date Sunday Time to Location First Spanish Assembly of 1944 Business 35 South You should know Second birthday of Christ International Tabernacle Dress casu The public is Refreshments after Information 8226988 MCJROTC Drill Team Tryouts Date Monday through Thursday Time 8 to 11 Location NBHS ROTC Building You should know All incoming freshmen females and sopho more males are encouraged to try Information Call Master Medrano at 6276115 Blue Bell and Brass Concert Date Monday Time 7 Location First United Methodist Wesley Hall You should know Hill Country Brass Quintet from this area will Information Call Bonnie Elder at 6278558 Hill Country Orchid Society Date Tuesday Time 7 to 9 Location Elks 353 Seguin You should know Fall Show plans plus orchids for Information Call Laurie White 3797230 TODAY Partly cloudy Rain 30 Hi 94 Low 73 ROADWORK 6 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Partly cloudy Partly cloudy Partly cloudy Partly cloudy Rain 20 Rain 40 Rain 20 Hi 98 Hi 92 Hi 93 Hi 97 Low 73 Low 73 Low 74 Low 74 IYTHE NUMBERS CCHO tunny PiCfcxrty CtoMfr FMn SUN and MOON Sunrlw today Suniftt today MOON PHASES IN CQMAL Canyon Dam New Braunfels Airport RajnfaM 6IM Month Canyon Dam New Braunfels Water Flowt Change Edwards Aquifer J17VVeli Comai River 361 cubic Canyon Dam Change Inflow 240 cubic Outflow 203 cubic Lake lever feet above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Welllevel million gallons ACROSS TEXAS as of 8 Friday El POLLEN COUNTS Mold Moderate Ptywaad Low Low Fall Elm Low COASTAL FORECAST Ptort Araniw Partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of Light southeast winds increasing to around 10 mph in High in mid 90s lower 90s coast It will be partly doudy tonight with southeast winds at 10 to 15 mph becoming south at 5 to 10 mph after midnight Low in mid 70s lower 80s coast San ACROSS THE N ATI ON as of 8 Friday Kansas Miami MplsSt New New York St San WEATHER EXTREMES High 120 at Low 34 at Idaho ROAD CLOSED MANDY The 500 block of Beverly Lane is closed due to the road construction currently in FOR LOCAL DHYERS Detour The east northbound side Interstate 35 frontage road has been converted to oneway northbound traffic from FM 306 to Kohlenberg Southbound traffic will be direct ed north to Kohlenberg then southbound on the west side frontage Reopens In three This section of the road will be reduced to oneway traffic for installation of drainage and roadway
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