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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas November 2005 HERALDZEFTUNG Page 3A Paid advertisements OWEN CAYMAN Owen Cayman passed away November at the age of He was born and raised in served as a pilot in World War II and worked as an adminis trator for the Social Security He has been retired and living in New Braunfels for the past 30 Cayman was preced ed in death by his Samuel and Ina Cay his Sue Har low Byron Sarah Theodora and Patricia He is survived by his wife of 58 Edna Vondran He is also survived by his brotherinlaw Robert Vondran and his Gloria of New his broth erinlaw Franklin Grader and his Velma of five Sue Paulette Hunt and Martha all of Mary Pontbriand of Hampton NH and Dorothy Dodson of as well as numerous greatnieces and In 1940 Cayman was in the 45th division of the Oklahoma National Cuard when called to active He transferred to the air corps in January On his thirteenth mission as a pilot of a B26 Cayman was His plane was crip pled in battle over Amster dam and then a German fighter plane shot out the left Cayman managed to get the plane back to Eng land where he belly skidding While it was skidding a piece of the right propeller broke crashed through the cockpit and cut off his left Oth er members of the crew suf fered injuries but all returned to active combat Cayman was awarded the Distinguished Service the Purple Heart and the Air Medal and Cayman was a mem ber of the New Braunfels Johns Episcopal He was also a member of the Elks A memorial service will be held on November 12 at am at Johns Episcopal Church in New In lieu of the family asks that you donate to Hope ERNA ANNA DICKEY Erna Anna Dickey passed away on Tuesday November at the age of She was born in Texas on March 1918 to Alvin andThekla Erna loved her and worked for Mission Valley Textile for over 30 years before She is preceded in death by her parents two Teska Heinemeyer and Tonie She is survived by her lov ing husband of 57 years WUliam one broth er Alvin Heinemeyer and his wife lima and one sis ter Nora Visitation will begin on Fri day November from PM to Funeral Service will be conducted on Saturday November at Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel at with the Interment to follow at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery in San Anto Serving as pall bearers will be family and ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 COMAL CONTINUED FROM Page 1A District trying to meet future needs existing three new elementary schools and one new middle Propo sition for includes two additional ele mentary Though some voters are concerned about cost of the proposed bond or the plan to move sixth grade into mid dle Walker said almost every person hes talked to has agreed that the plan makes We want to be proactive and have land available when we need he With the flex we want to be able to put them where they will be most dra matically and we dont know where that is and Millie Brown of Garden Ridge said they take a great interest in the districts I think it is an excellent plan to buy land at todays Leroy Brown That shows fairly rare fore sight for a school OldotDwcetUU c HARLKS IJAI KOMONDSON iOSPKI BRIINC H TEXAS TWIST Bugs Henderson ROGER CREAGER Nonmtoailh JACK INGRAM Dtcnrtcrial KEVIN FOWLER JERRYJEFF WALKER Dmmbtr NEW YEARS EVE ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL FOR TICKET INFO 8306295077 or Sidewalk Sale NOVEMBER 12TH 13TH NEW BRAUNFELS Music INSTRUMENTS I FSSONS III n QR AND OPENINQ Authorized Bernina Dealer 15 Off Fabric Kits Oak Leaf Quilts 225 Seguin 6290774 8306252977 MF CHAMPS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A mst short of state berth We came out here expect ing a great and we got said Unicorns middle blocker Lacy We came out playing like we knew how we came out playing with New Braunfels coach Phyl lis Fowler They were very mentally she said of her play In the back of everyones we knew that this match could that wed both be in the The 2005 team is the fifth New Braunfels team to make state under who led the Unicorns to the 2000 state Theyre all she But this one feels so I just want to savor bidding for its lOtli state tournament and third under coach Heather simply couldnt overcome the Unicorns power They didnt they exe they did Sanders said of New I give all the credit to Following the the Cougarettes retired to their dressing where Sanders addressed her nine seniors for the final They emerged holding red roses and seeking comfort from parents and Two of them were New Braunfels players Chelsie Fowler and Samantha Lingam who embraced Canyon defender Kelly Were proud of Cougarettes yelled one par who also wished New Braunfels the best at next weeks state For it was a journey that ended a little too I told them that Ive never been prouder of a group of she I love each and eveiy one of COMICS Bedford Family Donald Brev Christmas Whitening Special 831 Landa Suite D New TX 78130 Library gets a helping hand in the shape of a box By Jessica Sancton Staff Writer Good things for the New Braunfels Public Library are coming in New Braunfels Art New Braunfels High School and McCoys Lumber Compa ny teamed up to create deco rative shadow boxes to raise money for the The box es will be featured in a recep tion from 5 to 9 today at the gallery and will remain on display through the Patsy NBHS librari said the boxes were made by high school students in a construction systems class with lumber donated by The boxes were dec orated by local artists and are now being The price is but people can pay more if they want to make a larger dona AT A GLANCE Receptionfor boxes Where New Braunfels Art League 293 W San Anto When 5 to 9 refreshments provided Vann She said the project was the idea of Cay president of the New Braunfels Library Quoyeser saw a similar project in another town and thought it would be a great fundraiser for the Fifty boxes were but nine have already been sold to people who saw them on dis Each is decorated with a unique Vann Every single dollar goes to the she Its just a great idea and so many groups in the community worked together on CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Children took key role in papers choice Comics have to be said voter Felicia an eighthgrader at Canyon Middle I picked Fox Trot because it has real life stuff that could actually hap Briana a sixth grader at OakRun Sixth Grade said she was thrilled to have a chance to shape the comics section of the I liked Pooch Its dogs at a she A good comic has to be origi Ryan a sixthgrader at said it was hard to choose comics based on only one strip of He said he read another strip of Ink Pen that was but based his decision on the strip on the The first time I read it was Ryan But the one on there wasnt fun Jeff circulation director for the Herald said he appreciated the votes of more than 400 We wanted kids to have input in what goes into the he We thought it would be a fun way to get the community Voter apathy may have kept high school voters from the Fowler Only 12 percent of votes came from grades 9 through Most votes 58 percent came from students in mid dle Though students admitted that their friends helped them pick the funniest they denied that peer pressure swayed their Sabrina an eighthgrader at said she was care ful about her choices because she knew the paper would be I read each one like she I thought it was important because it was going to be in the newspa On 135 2 Windows Shortbed Window Tint Lifetime Guarantee Spray In Rhino Bedliner Lifetime Guarantee DVD 10 Audio OFF BaZOOKa with this coupon Mou 86pm 91pm 8306068513 Just North of Bluebonnet Jeep HOME FROM ABROAO Usual The Oaks Shoppirg Center 1551 Walnut 6200213 Tuesday Saturday 106 SOLIDWOOD FURNITURE HAND WOVEN HANANALEAF SEA GRASS WATER HYACINTH RFASONAltLE PRICES We are direct imponers of quality furniture fivm Indonesia anil Unique pieces you wont fnut in stores Dining Bar Wine Outdoor Original Iaiiihd Leather Flameless and the list goes on TRAVE L SHOW Register to win a free 14 day Alaska Explorer trip l Tuesdjy November 15 M 2549 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