New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Stand up and shoot
Thursday, August 8,
Alvin Helnemeyer of the New Brauntele Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #2999 presents Cheryl Pillar, ahelter director of the Humane The New Braunfels Schuetzen Vereln Inc. was organized In 1849 and presently Is located on Farm-to-Market 1863. The shooting association Society of New Braunfels Inc. with a check for $200 to tie used In the
sponsors an annual shoot In the summer. This year It was held July 28. (Photo by Annelies Schllckenheder) rehabilitation of the shelter. (Photo by Bob Nohrn)Birthday wishes
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William H. Barr, father of Laurice Bremer, wife of Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer celebrated his 99th birthday July 20. Pictured are relatives, Bailey Elmer, Alex Bremer, Dan Bremer, Jacob Bremer, Janie Sullivan, Trey Alford, Taylor Alford and Charlie Sullivan.
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High school football Is almost as much a part of Texas as the Alamo, Bluebonnets In Spring and Way/on and Willie. To some folks It’s more Important than those things and a heck of a lot more Interesting.
Those are the people who will be reading the Herald's Football ’91 special section from cover to cooer and keeping It around for a long
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Officers to the Senior Mexlcan-American Club are from left. Mary Alice Lopez, historian; Monica Camareno, president; Brlnda Valdez, secretary and Adam Lagunas, treasurer. Not pictured, Rudy Valdez, vice president and Pedro Hernandez, sergeant at arms. Members of the club are from New Braunfels, Canyon and Smithton Valley high school*. (Photo by Annelies Schiickenrieder)
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Which Texans care about high school football? Grandmas and grandpas, moms and dads, aunts and uncles, boys and girls, players and coaches and all their friends for starters. In fact, a much tougher question would be . . . who Is not Interested In high school football?