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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 28, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 10-A HERALD-ZEITUNG 8UNDAT, FEBRUARY 28, 1993Prom for senior citizens heralds in Public School Week Senior Prom for Senior Citizens: NBISD will provide transportation for the prom, jointly organized by NBISD and CISD. Seated are Cindy Yarbrough, left, Monique Haupert, Kara Birdied and Erin Perkins. Standing are Valerie Martinez, left, and Julie Davidson.State school boards honored with month of recognition Comal Independent School District joins more than 1,000 Texas school districts that honored the service of their public school trustees during School Board Recognition Month in February. Governor Ann Richards officially proclaimed February 1993 as the first Board Recognition Month. Her proclamation reads: “Public education in this nation is a beacon to the world in its commitment to meeting the needs of all its children without regard to race, wealth, or disability. “An excellent public education system is vital to the quality of life of all Texas citizens and commu- Two On Two! nities and is basic to the future economic strength of our county,” Richards said. “More than 7,000 men and women serve their Texas communities on school boards and continually strive to improve the quality of education in the state’s school districts. The local board of education is a uniquely American institution that has made the public schools both flexible and responsive to the needs of local communities, the state, and the nation, while keeping alive the fundamental ideal of representative government" Richards adds, “School board members serve in this represen tative government as advocates for our children first and foremost, protecting each child’s opportunity to develop his or her potential.” Officials of the Comal ISD honored their trustees at the Feb. 22 meeting held in the Central Office board room. ™ ™ ■ VALUABLE COUPON** "■ j EXTRA TOPPING I.    99*- Available on aay sis# Pi 11 albinal' or PanlPaaP I Vdd ady wk cups d psrfcipfci, UMI* (smwv 1    lifkn:    1/18/91 ' Little Caesars are m mm « VALUABLE COUPON aal urn mm !    CRAZY HANTS I    2 IU Pl IMI PIZZAS    | It TIMIX MR ▲    au    UU    _ ^rTiSar' #S5S I ■ UMC KU    Xiii    | I wrecrease ism isrewre»«reiawi/re I ll**: l/M/11    I j ©Little Caesars j l|    o    IMI    UM (MIO lnni|H>Mt    I MB | tfJMO    iud    | VALUABIE COUPONS mm mm A are urn are VALU AILE COUPON are are iaJ NEW BRAUNFELS -±’ Wtiin vowntflkipiiia ihiiyoaA    SEGUIN Corner of Court A Moss I I 2-2* ■a tm Hi ay Steak A Shrimp 6.95 1/2 Lb. Bolled Shrimp Fri.-Sat.-Sun. 2pm-7pm $5.95 16 oz T-Bone Dinner Mon After 5pm §7 95 Kid* 5 & under eat frea from child menu Frozen Ritas *2* tin 7 p.m. FEBRUARY SPECIALS Summer Airfare to Germany. All cruises on sale plus many other "deals" Call for details. 629-2215 133 Landa Street .im .1. ..i .ii 1992 Dodge Shadow 4 Dr., - Blue 4 cyl., A/Trans, A/C, P/Steering/Brakes, Tilt, Stereo, 15,000 miles Program Unit Extended Warranty Available. 1988 Dodge Grand Caravan 8 pass., Brown VC, A/Trane, A/C, P/StMnng/Brakaa, Tilt, Crum. Caere Bi. Sunscreen Glass. Running Boards    SSSLESSSLSSSL I I I I I I I I I I I I FEATURED THIS WEEK l^a— ■BrJ 1991 Toyota Corolla DX 4Dr White 4 cyl.. A/Trans. A/C, P/Slrenng/Orekae. Saree Low HU OT—t Economy 1992 Ford F150 Super Cab Mauve/Tan Vt. A/T fans. AC, Lariat XLT Pkg., TPL Crud*. Care atis, Bucket Seat, P/Windows/tocks, Trailer Tow Pkg..    LOW Mil—    Of* Own* 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix 4Dr Charcoal VO. A/Trans, A/C, P/Sieenng/Brakaa. 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Cruise, CaaaeOi, PAocks _Don't    til#    Th/s    Otto    Omar 1990 Dodge Conversion Van Gold/Tan VI, A/Trene, A/C, P/Siearing/Brakas. Til, Outre, Stereo, 4 Copt Chairs, Couch    >    Sopor Cloop Mil—Right XL V\ I The Deals are Better at Becker Becker Motor Top Quality    Company TopQuolily USI D CARS 547 8. Seguin Now Braunfels, Tx 625-3463 Now Braunfels 1-800-879-2621 The highlight of Texas Public Schools Week in New Braunfels and Comal County will be the eigthth annual Senior Prom for Senior Citizens. Presented as a joint effort of the Comal and New Braunfels Independent School Districts, the prom is planned as a special evening for two groups of folks who rarely get to spend time together — the young and the old. “Waltz Across Texas” is the theme for this year’s prom. Admission is free for dancing, entertainment and refreshments. Hie prom will be held Tuesday, March 2, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Canyon High School, located at 1510IH 35 East in New Braunfels. Live music for dancing will be provided by the Canyon High School Barid under the direction of George Arnold. The band will play two 45-minute sets of polkas, waltzes and dance music old and new. Entertainment between the two sets of dance music will be provided by members of the New Braunfels High School choir, performing under the direction of Bill Kretzmeier. Students from the New Braunfels High School Student Council will escort nursing home residents to and from the dance on school buses. Free refreshments will be served by members of the New Braunfels Middle School and Canyon Middle School chapters of the National Junior Honor Society. The school commons will be decorated this year by Canyon High School’s Future Homemakers of America, while the NBHS Student Council will man a purse and coat check station. New Braunfels High School will provide free instant photography of prom participants. The Canyon High School Student Council’s members will be on hand as dance partners and to assist with clean-up after the prom. Members of the New Braunfels ROTC will also attend to dance with senior citizens who do not have partners. Cake, punch and coffee will be courtesy of the Canyon High School cafeteria, while buses will be provided by the NBISD transportation department Longtime New Braunfels radio personality Herb Skoog will be emcee for the evening. Requests for free group transportation (including handicapped) may be made to Leslie Kriewaldt at 620-6200. Jan's Van Tours Mach 13A1634ih Arena! Aidas and Spring Borer Trail Much IS Dinar's UfoM a to" Much 21 Majestic Thaler "SA. Rips Night at As Mato* March 22-26 Bi, Bend Nation! Rah "tods Oast Ranch* 625-5180JLTittTops CHOPPING cr DININGSUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET Ham - 3pm 444 E. San Antonio St DowntownJ4ew Braunfels (810) 000-0746Daily LunchesFruit & Veggie Lunches •Burger _• Salads 240 S. Seguin 625-7791 Put '£m Ups ■—tr Don't Make Carol Ann Gat Her Words! {New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Circulation Director Carol Ann Avery (shown above with Press cmd Camera Foreman Douglas Btandt) says she | can add ZOO new I-year Subscriptions* to the paper by March 15th. - However - I Press and Camera Foreman Douglas Brandt doesn't believe it! He claims there's just NOT that many people who don't receive the paper already. IT'S A BET! Carol Ann told Brandt that when she comes in with 200 NEW 1-year Subscriptions* he can GIVE THE COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER Bl,OOO00! You eau help Carol Amu win the bet and GIVE THE COMMUNITY    AAA SERVICE CEMER  A*VUU OO si KSdiiiu: m iss* mm: mi;mi;ii:i Complete and mail the form below    New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung with your check to:    PO Drawer 311328 New Braunfels, TX 78131-1328 OR drop It by 707 Landa - or call 625-9144 ' I I Yes - Sign me up for a subscription to the Herald-Zeitung and put me on your list to help Avery .give $1,000 to the Community Service Conter! Q I am ad currently a subscriber to tho Herald-Zeitung. Name_ Address City Stats. Phone Enclosed: □ 3 months- $16.00 □ 6 months- $29.00 □ 12 months-$49.00 8enlor Citizens □ 6 months- $25.00 □ 12 months- $45.00 *or the equivalent of 200 1-year subftcripUons using 3 month and 6 month subscriptions. ;