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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas «§ v- nyon Lake Hvrald-Ztltung Thursday, December 12,1985 Page SA Christmas spirit Santa's Workshop-Two little elves help out Mrs. Santa Claus on the Century 21 float in Sattler's Christmas Parade, above. Becky and Evin Thayer were the elves and Jane Wilhelm got to play Mrs. Claus during the parade. The annual sixth parade was sponsored by Alpha -    . Tau Eta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Santa's    LciKG Little Elves The Canyon Lake Brownie Troop 355 rides through Settler as part of the    X/Wpfithlpr Christmas Parade, right.Sattler Christmas parade a success Week of Dec. 4 11 Temperatures 9% Annual Percentage Rate mm The Sixth Annual Christmas Parade in Sattler was a big success with 51 entries representing civic. church and school organizations along with businesses and individuals The entry from the Republican Women’s Club of Canyon Lake placed first in the civic organizations category. The Canyon Lake EMS was second and the Pilot Club was third The Methodist Youth Group’s entry placed first among church organizations. The Church of Christ placed second. The Canyon Lake 4H Club was first place among school organizations. The Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts Troop 320 placed second and the Mountain Valley Student Council was third. The Century 21 of Canyon Lake was first place in the commercial division D&M Factory Outlet was second and the Times Guardian w as third Wendy Watkins placed first in the individual category M W Massey was second and the Startzville Stompers were third. High...........76,    Dec.    10 Low ,...........34,    Dec.    4 Chamber sees year of growth Rainfall Inflow High . . , Low . . . Outflow High . . Low . . . .54 inches, Dec. 11 j S LPT US PUT YOU m THU E>mVER S SEAT a VMV / TW 740 cfs 582 cfs . 755 cfs 542cfs . The first year of the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce was an enourinous success, said Ralph Richey, president of the organize (ion Since the chamber was organized a year ago. it has grown to more than 140 members and is still growing It has worked to become an active ele ment within tile lake community. Richey said The Eagles Hall at Canyon City was near capacity during the chamber’s annual general membership meeting last week Those pre sent were treated to a steak dinner and heard an unusual guest speaker Paul Pryor duped those present by posing as Peter Morley, a fictitious British author Chamber directors announced to an unsuspecting audience that Pryor, the scheduled speaker, was unable to attend but Morley had come in his place. Pryor, posed as Morley, proceeded to entertain those present with humorous insights into America’s lifestyles through the eyes of a foreigner Following the presentation, the audience and chamber directors were surprised to learn that they had been fooled and Pryor then addressed the guests again. This time without tile fake English accent “I guess the closest I ve ever come to London is Paris, Texas.” he said Following the guest speaker, Richey announced the names of the new directors, who were voted on earlier John Wilhelm. Jeff Quinn of Sattler, Rich Linden of Hancock and Jerry Moore of Startzville are the new directors of the chambers They join the five directors already serving in that position Following the dinner, speaker and presentation of new officers, guests were entertained with music Lake level High .... 910.09 Low .... 909.21 . Dec. 5 Dec. 10 . Dec. 11 Dec. 4 10 . Dec. 4 Dec. 11 NOTE Th* Army Corps o* Engineers has a 24 hour number 964 3342» tor people wanting current Guadalupe River information Data is updated each morning The conservation poof level in Canyon Reservoir t> 909 feet above mean spj level Note 1986 cars have already hit the Showroom' lf you re looking for ready cash to put a new car in your drive, let RepublicBank Universal City steer you in the right direction with 10.9°/o annual percentage rate financing on all new cars for 1986 This is one of the best car loan rates to hit town in years SO hurry! We re ready to put you in the driver s seat -- write call or come by and see your RepublicBank Universal City banker today' Pl RepublicBank Universal City lr* J « W* Ma* I COMV Monday Thursday 9 OO 4 OO Friday 9 OO 5 OO 3000 Pat Booker Road • Universal City Texas 78148 PO Box 2700 • 512 658-7011 • Member FDlC HAPP* I ONI VC IM Monday F. (jay 7 OO 7 OO Saturday 9 OO 4 OO PEC will study LORA rate proposal The l^jwer Colorado River Authority’s largest wholesale customer has intervened in the utility’s latest rate increase request and officials say they hope other wholesale customers also will scrutinize the proposal Pedernales Electric Cooperative attorney Lainberth Townsend and rate consultant! began studying the request after it was submitted to the Public Utility Commission The $33 million increase which LCRA is requesting includes a hike of 60 percent in base rates — the utility’s operating expenses exempting fuel costs - while reflecting a 13 percent decrease in fuel rates Residential customers in cooperatives and cities served by LCRA would see an increase of 28.6 percent according to the utility’s figures Bennie Fuelberg, PEC general manager, said the cooperative would decide on what amount of increase it would recommend to PUC after receiving responses to its requests for information * PEC was one of six wholesale customers which opposed LCRA’s request for a $35.1 million rate increase last spring Other opponents were the cities of Lampasas, Smithville, Bastrop and Giddings and Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative Parade of lights set The Canyon Lake chapter of the Texas Yacht Club is holding it Se cond Annual Parade of Lights Saturday on Canyon Lake The parade will start at 7 p m near the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers headquarters at Canyon Dam. The parade will go from the dam and wind up at Cranes Mill Marina, going past North Park. Comal Park, Canyon Park, Potters Creek Pal k and Cranes Mill Park The yachtsmen say that neither rain, wind, sleet or snow will keep them off the lake on Saturday. They encourage everyone to enjoy the spectacle PARADE cf iCHRISTMA ‘ TREES I* ’<■ ’ <K»Fky (*Xta l*OIE’ ENGLIS •the Ritz. ^•PRlMARlLy CLOWNS ° F ICST A • Pot Pour i £ lace J* HUN 'ER vUoobS y MORE/ put a little magic in your Christmas I WAYNE’    “ iristm hoppe P0i|$ETTift G|PT CHRISTIES rwRming Li fR<228 in n rloLi 8flSk<£+. Pomns D Qty PaRpQct For small OR OooR<3Ttfp& 'GOOD LUCK TRE A Bird in a nest Placed in your TRU.*/ Baings Good Luck to /OUR Hon® SEF: SANTA Sot Doc 7 10-12 k 1-3 Sun Doc 8 JO-12 kl-3 Sot Dec 14 IO 12 kl-3 Sun. Dec IS IO 12 Y! j. 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