New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Builder Robert West, at right, and homeowner Victoria Shepard were presented a Good Cents certificate for the new home on Sunnybrook. With them is Jim Ruppel of New Braunfels Utilities. Good Cents Homes utilize energy-saving measures, such as tinted windows, and extra insulation. (Photo by Erik Karisson)
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The Captain James Jack Chapter of National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution held a tea recently to honor outstanding American History students. Winners in the American History essay contest who were introduced are, from left, Jinny Edwards, sixth grade, first place; Sarah Moscheau, savant grade, third place; Alison Bruemmer, eighth grade, first place; Kristin Schlater, seventh grade, first place; Aleesa Moore, sixth grade, second place; Brookie Werth, eighth grade, second lace; Kelly Vann, eighth grade, third place; Whitney Hermes, seventh grade, second place. Not pictured is Jason Friesenhahn, sixth grade, third place. (Photo by Erie Karisson)
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honored this call. Now it's time to honor them.
The Qty of New Braunfels has proclaimed Saturday, March 2,
1991 "Pro Troop Rally Day." On this day citizens of our community will gather at the square in New Braunfels to show their support for our troops in the Middle East. Guest speakers will include Mayor Amo Becker, County Judge Carter Casteel, State Senator Ed Kuempel and others. Make plans now to attend.
On Friday, March 1st The Herald-Zfitunf will publish a complete schedule of events as well as photographs of service men and women from our area now stationed in the Persian Gulf.
PEC has developed many “hands-on” educational projects and demonstrations to make learning the basics about electricity, electrical safety and energy conservation as easy as waving a magic wand. To schedule a program for your classroom, scout troup or civic meeting, call our Municipal & Community Programs department at (512) 868-7155. You’ll be a Wiz in no time with help from your friends at PEC.Pedemales
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Service Person's Address in Persian Gulf
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Service Person's Realtionship to You Mail to: Honor the Troops and New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung
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Tray Winn, —cond from right, WM presented Eagle Scout honors st csramoniss Fob. 16 at First United Methodist Church. On hand for tho spacial evening were Eagle Scout Steve Brown, left, who presented the E^le Scout honor to Winn. Also there were parents Randy and Cathy Winn. Trey began scouting at age 7 and Joined Troop 119. sponsored by First United Methodist Church, In 1987. He hM earned 36 Merit Badges and has served In many capadtiM kiths Scout organization. He wm elected to the Order of the Arrow in 1968 and achieved Brotherhood status in 1990. He Is a senior at Smithson Valley High School. (Photo by Erik Karisson)
The only way we can know who from our community is over there is by you telling us. Send us a photograph and we will include it in our Friday, March 1st tribute. We will also mail each troop a copy as our way of saying thanks.
Please fill in the form below and return it along with a photo, to our office no later than 5:00 P.M., Wednesday, February 27th.Scrapbook
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The River District Dental Auxiliary including Comal, Hays and Guadalupe counties, recently presented dental health posters to New Braunfels ISD schools. With the Unicom Tooth, center, ara, from left, New Braunfels High School nurse Helen Ruth Donop, Lone Star and Lamar nurse Susan Bell, New Braunfels Middle School nurse Sharon Stevenson, NBISD Assistant Superintendent Mike FKsko, and Ann Kuehler, vice pTMident of the auxiliary. Next week is Dental Health Week and school programs are planned. (Photo by Erik Karisson)