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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Leadership NewWurstffest donation Wurstfest President Bob Smith presents a check to Rita Kaufmann of the Comal County Women's Shelter in the amount of $1,200. Women's Shelter volunteers man the music sales booth at Wurstfest and in return receive a portion of the proceed realized from the sale of recorded music. This was the second year the Women's Shelter worked with the the Wurstfest Association in the music sales booth. Leadership New Braunfels is a program produced by the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce to identify and bring together men and women of New Braunfels who seek the opportunity to expand their involvement in community affairs and are willing to assume leadership positions. Wesley Robert Studdard, bom in El Paso, Texas, has lived in New Braunfels for the past year. He and his wife, Tina, have a 20-month-old son, Jordan Studdard. Wes' hobbies include woodworking, motor-cross, tennis, cycling and skiing. Wes has a BA in Real Estate/Finance from the University of Texas in Austin and an MBA in Marketing from Texas Tech Graduate School. He was awarded Texas Life Underwriters Scholarship for Academic Performance. Wes has been the General Manager of Bluebonnet Motors Inc. since January of 1995. He was awarded the New Braunfels Jaycees "Boss of the Year," which was submitted by the Bluebonnet employees. His organizational affiliations include: New Braunfels Rotary (member), New Car Dealers Association (president); Downtown Association (President) and the Main Street Board (member). Wes believes the three most notable opportunities the New Braunfels area has to offer are watersports, museums/history and quality of life. Wes feels that the Leadership New Braunfels program will help him learn about New Braunfels and help him to create personal and business related contacts. Randy Vanstory is a native of Lubbock, Texas, and he has lived in New Braunfels for the past eight years. HeHerald-Zeitung D Thursday, January 4,1996 J 7 Braunfels Wesley Studdard earned a BBA in Management from Hardin-Simmons in 1983. Randy and his wife, Roxie, own Quick Align in two locations, New Braunfels and San Marcos. His hobbies include golf and wood working. Randy's community involvement includes membership at the Oakwood Baptist Church, where his responsibilities include Chairman of the Deacon Body; Adult II Sunday School Teacher and Chairman of the Marketing Committee. Randy believes that the three most notable New Braunfels' opportunities are I) location (Central Texas and 1-35 corridor, 2) growth and 3) quality of life in a small community. He also believes that the community needs to continue its aggressiveness in attracting new business and diversity. Randy hopes to benefit from Lead-Get IO free trees Ten free live oak trees will be given to each person who joins The National Arbor Day Foundation during January 1996. The free trees are part of the non-profit foundation’s Trees for America campaign. “These magnificent wide-spreading trees will be picturesque additions to your landscape,” said John Rosenow. the foundation’s president. “They were selected for this campaign because of the shade and special beauty they will give your home. Live oaks grow rapidly when young and may live to be centuries old.” The trees will be shipped postpaid at the right time for planting between Feb. I and May 31 with enclosed planting instructions. The six to 12 inch trees are guaranteed to grow or they will be replaced free of charge. Members also receive a subscription to the foundation’s bimonthly publication, “Arbor Day,’ and The Tree Book with information about tree planting and care. To become a member of the National Arbor Day Foundation and to receive the free trees, send a $10 contribution to TEN FREE LIVE OAKS, National Arbor Day Foundation, IOO Arbor Avenue, Nebraska City, Neb. 68410, by Jan. 31, 1996. Conference has session on genetically altered food By JOE G. TAYLOR Special to the Herald-Zeitung Genetically altered foods and the latest information on antioxidants and their impact on health top the list of sessions set for the Texas Family Forum to be held in conjunction with the Blackland Income Growth (B.I.G.) Conference Jan. 17 in Waco. “The 21 st century ushers in a world of irradiated foods and genetically engineered produce,” said Judy Edwards, Forum coordinator and district extension director in Dallas. “Our speakers promise a peek into the supermarket of2001, as well as the latest data on antioxidants, prescription drug interactions, and even a session on the growing phenomenon of cottage food industries.” The Texas Family Forum meets annually as part of the B.I.G. Conference to focus on family concerns. The $10 forum registration fee includes lunch and all sessions. Dr. Barry Thompson, chancellor, Texas A&M University System, will be the keynote speaker at the conference luncheon Jan. 17, speaking on “Texas A&M’s Vision of the 21st Century” The 1996 B.I.G. Conference for farmers and ranchers in the Blackland will emphasize soil and water management and conservation as well as agricultural diversification. The conference offers commodity programs on cotton, grain, forage, beef, horses and commercial horticulture. Other special sessions feature programs on ostriches, the wildlife management business and horticulture for homeowners. On Jan. 16, the Texas Ag Forum also joins the B.I.G. and Mid-Tex Farm and Ranch Show, sponsoring a one-day update on the Farm Bill with Congressman Charles Stenholm. USDA representatives and Texas Department of Agriculture Deputy Commissioner Larry Soward. Row crop short course coming next Monday The annual multi-county row crops shortcourse will be held on Monday, Jan. 8, 19% at the Hayes County Extension office. This will be an afternoon program that will conclude with a supper. The program agenda is as follows: 12:40—Registration starts 1:00—Dr. Paul Baumann, Extension weed specialist— ’’Weed Control in Cotton, Com and Grain Sorghum” (I CEU) 2:00—Doug Stevenson, Extension associate—’’Laws and Regu-lations of PesUciiie Application” (I CEU) 3:00—Clyde Crumley, Extension agent, entomology—”1PM Systems”(I CEU) 4:00—Dr. Charles Stichler, Extension agronomist—’’Management of Cotton, Corn and Grain Sorghum” (I CEU) 5:00—Sheri Perry, Texas A&M soil testing lab—’’What Your Soil Test Reports Tell You” (0 CEU) 6:00—Supper—$5 per person After supper, a government program update will be given by FSA directors. lf interested in attending, please contact one of the following Extension offices before Friday, Jan. 5, 1996: Coma! County, 210-620-3440; Guadalupe County, 210-379-1972; Caldwell County, 512-398-3122; Hayes County, 512-353-4120.Looking Back Comal County Historical Commission Sophienburg Museum and Archives Rosemarie Leissner Gregory Special to the Herald-Zeitung 125 years ago (1870) Translators: Carl and Ethel Saur At the city council meeting on Dec. 12, 1870 with Mayor Fred. Goldbeck presiding it was decided the present meat market building is to be replaced with a new brick structure Baer. Tolle and G. Schmidt own lots at Marktplatz....Langkopf is to prepare a Comal Bridge Plan... The Alderman present were August Lugenholz, Alex. Hoffmann, H. Bielstein, And. Lenz, Ch. Gehrcn, and Emil Dittmar. I rtrat cotton buyers, L. Kessler, F. Moureau and Vireos, loaded many Mexican carts with cotton for Mexico. Geo. Pfeufter was elected vice president of the “Engglies” Railroad Co., Houston. Local prices of products are ear com - 75 cents a bushel; shelled com - 80 cents a bushel; beef, 4 cents a pound; pork, 5 to 7 cents a pound; and lard, 20 cents a pound. IOO years ago (1895) Translator: Lottie Nebergall Miller Gruene’s Military Band in the blue uniforms of America, and the Henning Le Royale Theatre band, in the red unifomis of England, paraded together Sunday morning on the streets of our town. In the afternoon they presented a program of music on the main market place. Nine City lots (23-31) in New Braunfels are for sale. They are located on the western side of the Comal River, between Landa’s Mill and the big dam. Well cared for grape vineyard and pecan trees on the grounds are easily watered. For more information see W Kruse. 75 years ago (1920) Arlene Krueger Seales Every working day in the week a number of men can be found at work in Lamia Park planting flowers and setting out shrubbery to further beautify this almost world-wide known pleasure resort. Every season people are drawn here from many points outside of the state as well as from almost every town in the state. Each year finds an increase in the attendance and each year more money is spent in the upkeep and beautification. And while on this subject, the park could be made an even greater asset to the town if the hotel accommodations were here to house and feed the people after they come. Last year’s New Braunfels landlady was heard to remark that she could keep filled many months in the year with out-of-town guests a hotel of as many as IOO rooms. Now, there is plenty of money here to put up and equip a building this large and even if it did not bring a direct return to the investors of more than four per cent, yet it would be a town that would hnnP in directjv ««*v-eral times this per cent for every dollar so invested. And today is none too early to talk the matter up and the Commercial Club cannot get busy any too early if benefits worth while are expected to result in the year 1921. Mr. Lan-da has done his part and more, and all others that will be benefitted should help out just a little at least. The fire department was called to the home of Louie Reininger out on route 2, Christmas morning at I o’clock, but was unable to get water and the fire made a clean sweep. The flames had gained such headway before they were discovered that some time was necessary to bring the children around from smoke suffocation and dunng that time the fire spread to the outbuildings, destroying the garage and car and the smoke house. The buildings carried $990 insurance in the Comal County Mutual Insurance Company, but as everything was lost except the few clothes they picked up while making their escape, the loss is a severe one. Mr. Reininger is mail carrier on route 4 and his many friends and patrons will regret to learn of this misfortune. Mr. Ed. Pfeuffer and wife arranged a beautiful Christmas tree at their home and had all of their six children with them to enjoy it, the married daughter and her husband coming up from San Antonio to swell tile crowd. It should not only be your pleasure, but your duty, to help the fire boys make their Sylvester ball a grand success. It is the efficient work of these men that keeps your fire insurance costs down thousands of dollars a year. Not a fire occurs but what some of them have clothes ruined and it is not right to expect them to meet this expense from their own pockets while protecting your property. In addition to all this you will get your full money’s worth in pleasant recreation and start the New Year in with the nght spirit. New Years Ball at Smithson Valley January 1,1921 Everybody Invited R. Bremer. Grand Ball at Walhalla Sunday, January 2 Mittendorffs Band will finnish the music Everybody Cordially Invited. Emil Guenther. Buerger Sylvester Ball in Matz-dorffs Hall Friday, Dec. 31. Everybody kindly bring lunch coffee will be provided. All married people cordially invited. Oberkampf and Schreier. Grand Ball at Fischer Store Friday, Dec. 31, Everybody invited. The Farm Verein SO years ago (1945) Betty Pfeuffer Triesch Tire rationing will end at 12:01 a.m. on January I, Price Administrator Chester Bowles announced Thursday night....He said the rationing program can be terminated then “because production of tires, particularly passenger tires, the shortage of which has been most acute, has increased steadily dunng the past two months.” Miss Lucille Kanz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kanz, became the bnde of K.J. Maroney, R.M. 2/c, son of Mrs. Nettie Maroney, on Chnstmas Day at 5:00 P.M. The ceremony was performed in the First Evangelical and Reformed Church with the Rev. Edwin H. Berger officiating. Miss Lorraine Bremer, organist, played the wedding march. Miss Frances Voight and Robert H. Tays, Jr. were mamed on Thursday, Det9mber 20 in the First Evang. and Reformed Church. Rev. Berger officiated in the double ring ceremony ...The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Wm. Voight and the late Mr. Voight. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Tays. Sunday evening at 9 o’clock Cecil J. Henne and Miss Betty Jane Webb were united in marriage in the parsonage of the First Methodist Church in the presence of some thirty relatives and friends. The Rev. W.S. Highsmith, pastor of the church, performed the ceremony. 25 years ago (1970) Myra Lee Adams Goff In 1970, the first baby was Mario Caballero, who arrived Jan. 4. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fulgencio Caballero. First Baby honor roll for preceding years include Leonard Lagunas, 1969; Glenn Ray Bishop, 1963; LeJay Troy Luehlfing, 1967; Tamala Lynn Gass, 1966; triplets Lynette, Lynda, and Lynn Voss, 1965; Arvin Ramirez Jr., 1964; Ins Sue Haecker, 1963; Jesus Luna Jr., 1962; Gary Wayne O’Neal, 1961; Armando Escebedo, 1960; Renee McJilton, 1959; Ryan Keith Pape, 1958. Also Robeto Jiminez, 1957; Connie Lou Kraft, 1956; Mary Jane Wetolick, 1955; Jeff Alexander Mund, 1954; Michael Schmidt, 1953; Kyle Douglas Huff, 1952; Josefa Rodnguez, 1951; Mervin Allen Scholl, 1950; Modena Lee Colwer, 1949; Ellen Irene Achter-berg, 1948; and Rojeilo Leal, 1947. Also Dianna Lynn Beaver, 1946; Adeline Schaefer, 1945; Carolyn Amy Reels, 1944; Mitchell Jensen, 1943; Karen Lynette Greson, 1942; Hilma Guenther, 1941; Paul Pape, 1946; Daniel Lee Schlichting, 1939; and Ray Neal Rust, 1938 And John D. Robinson, 1937; Virginia Mane Reininger, 1936; Charles Louis Cook, 1935; Pamela Hoffmann, 1934; Grace Timmer-mann, 1933; and June Maryline Alfred, 1932 Belinda Barboza, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Barboza, 2025 W. Katy, was the surpnsed recipient of the honor of being named the first Lone Star Toros “Mini-Homecoming Queen” at the recent banquet hononng the Toros, Junior Football League team. The banquet was held at El Conquistador the evening of Dec. 20. Belinda is a sixth grader at Lone Star Elementary School and a member of the Toros pep squad. Her escort was Rene Llamas, backfield star on the Lone Star team. Michael Sahm, vice-president of the Canyon High School senior class, has been named Canyon High’s December Student Rotanan, said Dr. William T. Lee Jr., Club spokesman. ..The son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sahm, the student boasts a 90.65 grade average and is a member of the National Honor Society....He is a member of the Canyon Marching Band and that school’s stage band, and he is the president of the Science Club. Sahm is also vice-president of Youth Fellowship of Fneden’s Church, and vice-president and youth delegate of his church’s South Central Conference. Dr. Stanley Woodward, city councilman and mayor pro-tem. met with his brothers as the Woodward family gathered for a reunion recently at Stagecoach Inn in Salado. Dr. Woodward, Morgan Woodward of Hollywood, an actor who is frequently in motion pictures and on television; Lewis Woodward, professor at Southwestern University; Lee Woodward, announcer for KOTY, Tulsa; and Valin Woodward, general manager for Hughes International, Bonn, Germany. They are the sons of Mrs. Valin R. Woodward of Arlington and the late Dr. Woodward, prominent physician of the Arlington area. CEDAR ALLERGY SUFFERERS!!! WE NEED CEDAR ALLERGIC INDIVIDUALS FOR A RESEARCH STUDY INVOLVING TWO MARKETED ALLERGY MEDICATIONS SKIN TESTING. LABWORK I AND MONITORING PROVIDED BY A BOARD CERTIFIED ALLERGIST AT NO COST PARTICIPANTS WILL ALSO BE COMPENSATED UP TO $120 Call Now To Find Out If You Are Eligible!! CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 705-A Lauda, New Braunfels • 629-9036 vQVVVH NVY.VA \ *'41* Winter Special $2018 Holes Weekdays $25 IS Holes WeekeiuLs/Holidays Includes Cart & tjreen ‘Jet* Add Appliable Sales ‘Ta\ I V * tvair 'tan lily •2 Golfers Per Con •Not ^rrfi    -- Or OtwrOPr^ •Propel Aum Required •Tee limes Up To 3 Days la A dxuticc •Prices Good After 10am Dally (210)606-7351 I lit .lit ll I ti 111 ll I ti 11 v Sunlit IMI III    ll    I    ,,|    I    -’N Randy Vanstory crship New Braunfels by obtaining tools, skills and information necessary for Civic involvement and he anticipates making long term friendships with others involved in the program. Erin Reagan Wilson is a lifelong resident of New Braunfels. She is married to Blake Wilson and they have one daughter, Reagan Glenn Wilson, 7 years old. Erin enjoys reading, fishing, shopping and collecting in her spare time. She is a graduate of New Braunfels High School and later earned a BA in Spanish from Southwest Texas State University. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Erin is the self-employed owner of Colortyme in New Braunfels. Her professional affiliations include the Association of Progressive Rental Organizations (87-96) and the New Braun- Erin Reagan Wilson fels Chamber of Commerce. Erin's community involvement includes: New Braunfels Junior Miss Scholarship Program (fund raising, program production and treasurer. She was named Outstanding Local Chairman in Texas in 1994); New Braunfels Rotary Club (fund raising for local organizations and students); NB Christian Academy (parent volunteer); St. Paul Lutheran Church (member, bell choir member and Vacation Bible School teacher). She believes the three most notable opportunities that New Braunfels has to offer are: Active Chamber to attract industry; reasonable cost of living and taxes; and quality education availability. She believes that she will benefit most from Leadership New Braunfels by learning more about all of the opportunities that New Braunfels has to offer. ;