New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 18, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas
NBHS band takes top honor
The New Braunfels High School Band won a UIL Sweepstakes Award by receiving first division ratings in concert and sightreading performances at last week’s competition.
For the fourth year in a row, the high school band has received the Sweepstakes Award. To win the band must also receive a first division rating in the marching contest the previous fall. Only MacArthur High School in San Antonio, a 5-A school, and New Braunfels earned this honor this year.
In the competion at San Antonio’s Jefferson
High School, the Silver Band received first division ratings in both categories, earning the Sweepstakes Award for them. The Blue Band also received tweo first division ratings while the White Band received a fisrt division on sightreading and a second division on concert.
Comments on the Silver Band’s performance by one judge included, “This is a tough program!! You guys must eat nails for breakfast! Wow-I know this must have taken a lot of hard work! Good concept of sound! You have much to be proud of! You should also be grateful to have the
opportunity to perform in a fine band like this. Not every kid has this opportunity.”
Other cements received included, “This is evidently a well-taught band.” and “Generous style with good energy and excitement.”
The high school band will now prepare for the Band Festival marching exhibition scheduled for April 25 at Alamo Stadium, the band will also participate in the Heritage Festival in Houston April 26-27.
Band directors include Wayne Tucker, Mary Kay Cain and Marcia Schaner.
Go with the flow
Former Utilities board chairman Herb Schneider goes over the Nstory of the new wastewater treatment plant in dedication ceremonies Saturday. Utilities manager Bob Sohn is at left, and the headworks and grit chamber of the new facility form a backdrop. Located south of Interstate 35 off Kuehler Avenue, the new plant was built with the aid of a federal grant.
Calendar of Events
New Braunfels Utilities board:
workshop on pro-rata charges, 7 p.m. Thursday, Senior Citizens Center.
Friends of the Dittlinger Library: 7.30 p.m. Thursday, at the library.
7:30 p.m. Thursday, American legion Post Home on West Coll. Seele School PTA: 7:30 p m.
Thursday, school cafeteria. Officer installations, program on child safety and an awarding of a life membership are on the agenda.
Elks ladies Club: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Elks Ixxige. Newly-elected officers will preside.
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NEW BRAUNFELS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
New Home at 1327 Summerwood to be auctioned by New Braunfels Christian Academy on Sunday, April 28th at the Civic Center. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, fireplace, custom kitchen cabinets, plumbed for central vacuum system. CISD. Beginning bid $69,900, bidders must bring $1,000 Cashier s Check as Earnest money to auction.
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'Dream World' due onstage this weekend
Performances of “Dream World” by the Spotlight Arts Group Etc. Inc. (STAGE), have been set for 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 3 p.m. Sunday.
The play, written by Fred Carmichael, will also be performed at 8 p.m. on April 26 and 27.
In cooperation with the Comal ISD Community Education, proceeds from a 3 p.m. benefit performance on April 28 will go toward a drama scholarship at Smithson Valley High School.
The cast, directed by Jeff O’Connell, will include Julie Cam-
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mack, Rick Boyakin, Larry Laurendine, Carole Klein and Tom Lamz.
The play is described as a sparkling comedy about a pair of aging theatrical stars who lapse into hilarious dreams of grandeur. It is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Reservations may be made by calling 438-2339. Tickets are $5 for adults, $4 for students and senior citizens, and $2 for children. All performances will be given at Krause House on Bulverde Road.
Comal ISD honors Lindley, Garza
Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Emma Kohlenberg of 631 Lakeview. She died Wednesday, April 17, at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 95.
Graveside services for Florence Recane of 192 Kentucky will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. The Rev. Bill Jones of New Braunfels will officiate under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Home. Mrs. Recane, 86, died at 7 a m. Wednesday, April 17, at her residence. Bom on Aug. 26, 1898 in Texas, she was the daughter of Carl August and Anna (nee Hedblomi Ericson. On Oct. 20, 1920 in El Campo, she married Edwin E. Recane, who died in 1963. She was a resident of New Braunfels for 38 years, and a housewife.
She is survived by her daughter, Grace I^andland of New Braunfels; and son, Arthur Recane of Houston.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the Dittlinger Memorial Library.
Mrs. Wallie Dietert
Services for Mrs. Wailie Dietert of 209 E. Camp were to be at 3 today at First Protestant United Church of Christ, with the Rev. Linwood Kennedy of New Braunfels officiating. Burial was to follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Home. Mrs. Dietert, 75, died at 7:58 p.m. Tuesday, April 16, at McKenna Memorial Hospital, where she had been hospitalized for one hour. The daughter of Albert and Frieda (nee Bartoskewitz) Borchert,
she was bom on Feb. 27, 1910 in Caldwell County. On June 15, 1927 in Geronimo, she married Eugene C. Dietert, who died in August of 1983. A resident of New Braunfels for 43 years, she was a housewife and a member of First Protestant United Church of Christ. She also belonged to the Hermann Sons Lodge No. 21, and the Senior Citizens.
She is survived by her daughters, Mrs. Floyd (Shirley) Mueller of San Antonio, and Mrs. Glenwood (Friedai Lenz of Seguin; sons, Darvin L. Dietert of New Braunfels, and Eugene A. Dietert of Seguin; sister, Lietha Voss of Seguin; brother, Willie Borchert of Moulton; IO grandchildren, and four greatgrandchildren.
Pallbearers were Barry Dietert, Jody Gilles, Dale Dietert, Cary’ Dietert, Tim Dyreson and Terry Post.
Memorials may be given to the First FYotestant United Church of Christ.
“A true professional” and a family-oriented person have been chosen as Comal ISD Teacher and Employee of the Month for April.
Nancy Lindley, a reading teacher at Canyon Middle School, is described as a ‘‘true professional” by her principal, Roy Linnartz. “Nancy is totally dedicated to teaching. She is here not only for all academic programs, but participates in the extra-curricular activities as well,” he added.
Mrs. Esther Garza is a fourth-grade aide at Frazier Elementary, where she works with the children in language, spelling, reading and math. She has been employed by the district for eight years.
Mrs. Lindley has taught at CMS for four years, and prior to that, two years in Seguin. She is a graduate of Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos.
Her reading students have been studying the newspaper this semester, Mrs. Lindley said.
trying to focus on advertisements as well as local, state, national and world news.
“Now they know how to look for a job or compare prices in the ads,” Mrs. Lindley added.
When she isn’t teaching, she said she enjoys reading, sewing and handicrafts. She is also the mother of a 19-month-old daughter.
Mrs. Garza has raised three children, who have all grown up in CISD schools. Her son Rolando, 17, is a senior at Canyon High School, while daughter Michelle, 21, and son Mike, 20, have already graduated.
“She has been a real dependable and helpful aide,” Frazier Principal Darvin Altenhoff said. “She is always willing to do those extra things to get the job done, and she always has a good attitude.”
A native of St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. Garza has lived in New Braunfels for 21 years. Her hobbies include swimming and dancing.
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DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY:
Jim Schaefer, Fifth Grade, Carl Schurz Elementary
Scattered shower* were reported across Texas today as a low pressure system in southeastern Colorado pulled south winds and moisture from the Gulf of Mexico
Low cloudiness was beginning to blanket the southern and central sections of the state some patchy ground fog was forming over southeast texas due to light winds and in creasing moisture It was clear over most of North Texes Winds were from the south around 10 miles an hour over much of Texas
Temperatures overnight were generally in the 60s with a low extreme of 68 degrees at El Paso and a high extreme of 68 at Dallas Love field
The (oracast for today called for mostly cloudy to partly cloudy conditions with isolated to widely scattered thunderstorms .over West Texas Warm temperatures are
NORTH TEXAS Windy and warm through Friday A chance of thunderstorms northwest half of the area Friday afternoon Highs both today and Friday 84 to 89 Lows tonight 62 to
SOUTH TEXAS Cloudy through Friday with scattered afternoon thunderstorms northwest Highs Friday in the 80s Lows tonight in the 60s
WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy through Friday, with isolated showers A little cooler and windy on Friday Lows tonight mid 60s north and mountains to mid 60s extreme south Highs Friday upper 70* Panhandle to mid 80s south and mid 90s Big Bend.
Saturday through Monday
North Texas Chance of thunderstorms Saturday. Sunday Ending from the west Monday Highs m the mid to upper 80s Lows in the 60s
South Texas: Chance of showers, mainly west. Saturday Otherwise, considerable late night and morning clouds with partly cloudy and warm afternoons Nighttime lows in the 60s north to 70s south Saturday Lows from near 60 north to near 70 south Sunday and Monday Daytime highs in the 80s north to near 90 south Saturday Highs from near 80 north to the upper 80s south Sunday and Monday
West Texas Scattered thunderstorms Saturday Partly cloudy Sunday and Monday Warmer Saturday Cooler Sunday except Big Bend and Concho Valley. Panhandle lows Saturday lower 50s cooling to mid 40s Sunday and Monday Highs Saturday lower 80s cooling to mid 70s Sunday and Monday Lows South Plains Saturday lower 50s cooling to near 50 Sunday and Monday Permian Basin lows Saturday upper 50s cooling to lower 50* Sunday and Monday. Highs Saturday mid 80s cooling slightly to lower 80s Sunday and Monday
Temperatures m cities only 100 miles apart varied more than 30 degrees as a warm front pushed into the Mississippi Valley today, while freezing rain iced northern Michigan and high winds churned desert sand in California
Thunderstorms rumbled across the central Plains end ram was scattered today across the northern and eastern Great Lakes region, southern Plains, th* Rockies and northern Pacific Coast As the warm front extended across the upper Mississippi Valley, early morning temperatures were in the 30s to 40s north of the front and in the 60s to 70s south of it Th* temperature st 1 a m EST in Eau Claire. Wa . was 72 degrees while less than 100 miles away, rn Wausau, Wisit was 41 degrees In Minnesota, it wa* 69 degrees in th* Minneapolis St Paul area and 38 rn Duluth
Freezing ram and thunder were reported at Sault Ste. Mane. Mich
Strong gusty wmds churned sand in desert areae of southern California, prompting travelers' advisories
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