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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 26, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas I Thursday, Jan. 26, 1995 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 9Personals I Monica Martin Valdez, daughter [of Luis and Francisca Valdez, graduated from Southwest Texas State Uni-| versify on Dec. 17f 1994, earning a JA in geography with a minor in his-)ry. She is a member of the following I honor societies: Gamma Theta Upsilon for geography, Phi Alpha Theta for history, and Kappa Delta Pi for educa-tion. Miss Valdez graduates as a I teacher. ■ Margie Ryan, a New Braunfels resident, has been awarded National Certification as a Massage Therapist by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. In order to receive this certification, applicants must have completed at least 250 hours of instruction, pass a state licensing examination and pass the national certification examination. Mrs. Ryan graduated in April, 1994 from the Lauterstein-Conway Massage School in Austin, after successfully completing their 300-hour Massage Therapy Program. She is currently licensed by the Texas Department of Health as a Massage Therapist, License No. MT8996. She continues to further her education, a requirement to maintain National Certification, by attending continuing education courses. Mrs. Ryan recently attended a Deep Massage Workshop in Austin and the St. John Neuromuscular Pain Relief Seminar in Albuquerque, Slew Mexico. Both were two and a half day programs. ', Appointments can be scheduled locally by calling 708-0551. ■ Dr. Donald S. Kennady attended the seminar on Worker’s Compensation, sponsored by the Texas Medical Association, in Austin, May 15-16, J 994. He also attended the Texas Academy of Family Physicians 45th Annual Assembly and Scientific Program in El Paso on July 28-31. 1994. ■ Janet Suzanne Ward, daughter of Maurice and Sue Ward, received her Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Markcnng from the University of Texas at San Antonio on Saturday, Dec. 17, 1994. Tins was the Silver Anniversary' Commencement for the University. Janet is a 1990 graduate of Canyon High School. ■ Todd R. Lundgren recently graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting. He is employed by the Charles T. Allen, CPA firm on Landa Street in New Braunfels. Todd was a 1989 graduate of Smithson Valley High School. He and his wife Tammy will reside in Spring Branch. Lundgren Nowotny Tarleton State. Darryl is a 1990 graduate of Smithson Valley High School. McCullough Iola Smith ■ Iola D. Smith, a St. Philips College nursing student, has been awarded a Cecelia Springmeyer Nursing Scholarship. Ms. Smith is the daughter of Iola Reininger of New Braunfels and Bud Jacobsen of Dayton, Nevada. She is a widow with grown children and is fulfilling a lifelong desire to be a nurse. Presently she is employed part-time at McKenna Memorial Hospital in the Communications department. ■ Darren Edward Sulfridge of New Braunfels, son of Dennis Sul-fndge, was listed on the President’s Honor Roll for the 1994 fall quarter at Texas State Technical College (TSTC) in Waco. Sulfndge is a student in the Computer Science Technology program and has maintained a grade point average of 4.0. ■ William Thomas Matthews of New Braunfels, son of Deanna S. Matthews, was listed on the Dean’s Honor Roll for the 1994 fall quarter at Texas State Technical College (TSTC) in Waco. Matthews is a student in the Drafting and Design Technology program and has maintained a grade point average between 3.5 and 3.9. daughter of Trinidad Carmona and Nieves Gutierrez. She is married to Daniel Gutierrez and they have three sons. ■ Carole McCullough has been named the new manager for the Rennert New Braunfels Travel office at 367 Landa Street. She replaces Craig Sagebiel who recently retired. Teri Simon has been named assistant manager. McCullough is no stranger to the travel business as she has been in the industry for 26 years. She has owned three agencies including two in Texas and one in Arizona. She has managed several agencies and is currently manager of the Rennert Seguin Travel office as well as the New Braunfels location. “I look forward to being actively involved in the community,” Carole said. She is currently on the Board of Directors of the Mid-Texas Symphony. Teri Simon has been with the New Braunfels office for 14 years. Teri recently was presented two prestigious awards from Rennert World Travel. These included the Top Achiever award for being number one in sales of Delta Airlines in the leisure travel division, and the Top Leisure Travel Agent for 1994. Rennert World Travel has 6 offices in San Antonio in addition to Seguin and New Braunfels. As a representative office of the Amencan Express Company, Rennert World Travel is linked with more than 1500 American Express offices worldwide. As such, Rennert provides all the exceptional services offered by Amencan Express. Epimenia Gutierrez ■ Epimenia Gutierrez, a St. Philips College nursing student, has been awarded a Cecelia Spnngmeyer Nursing Scholarship. Mrs. Gutierrez is the YI-;AK ROI NI) Al I .I RC i Y SYMPTOMS 'e are looking for people age 65 and up with year-round allergy symptoms to participate in a research study of an investigational nasal spray. Skin testing, lab testing, and physician monitoring provided by a Board Certified Allergist at no cost. Qualified participants will be compensated $175.00! CALL NOW TO FIND OUT IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE!! ( clinal Texas Health Research 705-A Landa New Braunfels 629-9036 Steven Streety ■ Steven Streety , son of Janie and Jim Streety, is a December graduate of Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Food Technology. He is employed at the H.E.B. Distribution Center in San Antonio. Steven is a 1990 graduate of New Braunfels High School. ■ Darryl Wade Nowotny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlon Nowotny of Saltier, graduated from Tarleton State University in Stephenville, on December 17, 1994. Darryl received a Bache-| lor of Science degree in Agricultural I Services and Development, with a minor in Animal Science. He will be continuing his education in the graduate program at Tarleton Slate University pursuing a Master’s degree in Am-lal Science. While working on his lasters, he will be a graduate assistant the Animal Science Department at Raines Ovarial/, V Practice ol Family Medicine 11 years experience Accepting New Patients Participating provider tor BC/BS Par Plan. McKenna Health Plan, and Medicare Slafl Privileges at McKenna Hospital Phone 620-0956 457 Landa, New Braunfels, Tx « THE ORIGINAL TACO CABAHA ^ MEXICAN RATIO CAFE ) Cir KAL $1.29 All You Can Eat PANCAKES Every Sunday ■ New Braunfels resident Skye Wostal was named to Schreiner College’s Honors List for the 1994 fall semester. Wostal, daughter of Judy Noland and Brian Wostal, is a freshman and has maintained a grade point average between 3.0 and 4.0. ■ Paul Shaylor Gamey has been awarded the Laverne McWhirter Per-menter Scholarship for 1994-1995 from the Texas Tech University College of Human Sciences. Gamey, son of Russell and Barbara Gamey of Canyon Lake, is a sophomore and is majoring in Nutrition. ■ Michael Feuge, a St. Philips College nursing student, has been awarded an Elliot Knox Nursing Scholarship. Mr. Feuge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Feuge of New Braunfels, is a 1988 graduate of Canyon High School. After graduation from St. Philips College, Mr. Feuge plans to specialize in operating room or emergency room nursing. Treat yourself Enjoy a Mary Kay Cosmetic "Treat Yourself" Makeover workshop Saturday, Jan. 28 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Please RSVP to Ann Kuehler, director, at 625-61 OO. Pamper your face and try a new look for 1995. Pictured planning the event are: Call Monsivais, Judy Hoffmann, Brenda Freeman, Gerry Webb, Beverly Giacoletti, Debbie Dykes and Mary Keeton. Penn! Harbert ■ Penni Harben. a UT Health Science Center nursing student, has been awarded a Cecelia Spnngmeyer Nursing Scholarship. Mrs. Harben is a 1983 summa cum laude graduate of UTSA and has lived in New Braunfels for 7 years. She moved here with her husband, Archie Harben, who is employed by the Texas Department of Public Safety. They have two sons. Stan Cunningham (left) of the financial-services firm Edward D. Jones & Co., greets Donald Kieman, chief financial officer of SBC Communications Inc., formerly Southwestern Bell Corp., during the “World of Equities” conference at Jones’ national headquarters. Cunningham was one of only 171 of the firm’s more than 3,200 investment representatives invited to attend the conference, which examined major issues relating to the financial-services industry. The representatives also met with the top management of numerous- ' ■arge, publicly traded companies, such as SBC Communications, Campbell Soup Company, Colgate-Palmolive, McDonald’s and PepsiCo during the conference. ■ Judge Robert T. Pfeuffer, who retired Dec. 31, 1994, as the 207th District Court Judge, was the guest speaker at the annual stockholder’s meeting for New Braunfels based ProTell Systems International, Inc. ProTell manufactures an advanced electronic monitoring house anrest system used to monitor offenders. Judge Pfeuffer stated that, “the courts are always looking for ways to improve supervision of drug and alcohol abusers to insure that they do not engage in criminal behavior while out of jail awaiting trial, on bond, or while on probation.” Judge Pfeuffer also stated, “the company who modernizes and stays on the cutting edge of the technology will be successful because the courts will want to use the more advanced and more reliable systems.” Judge Pfeuffer, though retired after 21 years on the bench as a full-time Judge, will continue to be active as a Senior Judge. Judge Pfeuffer will also be of counsel to the law firm of Brazle and Pfeuffer. During the regular meeting of the stockholders, Christopher A. Grubbs was elected as the Director, Chief Executive Officer and President of the corporation. Also elected as new Directors and Corporate Officers were: Dale A. Ruhmann of Houston. Executive Vice President; Howard Martin of Oakland, California, Vice President of Marketing; and Matthew Ip of Austin. Vice President of Engineering. Christopher A. Grubbs, ProTell’s CEO, stated, “The corporation’s strategy, goals and budget are on target. The Sentry 2000 House Arrest system has the only "voice status” command in the industry and will be ready for release in the spring of this year. The Sentry 2000 system has the capability to be monitored in Spanish, French, Chinese Mandarin, as well as English! With this and other advanced features! ProTell will have a distinct advantage in the U.S. markets as well as the for* eign markets.” Mr. Grubbs also stated* “Patent protection will be sought iii those countries where sales will tak4 place. If ProTell can comer 4% of th«J world market, our sales over the nexj few years should reach $15 million with about 40% of those sales taking place in foreign markets.” ■ Dean A. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Smith of New Braunfels, has been included on the Harding University Dean’s List for the 1994 fall semester. Smith is a sophomore majoring in American studies and has maintained an average scholarship level of 3.5 minimum. ■ Jeffrey B. Hammond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hammond of New Braunfels, has been included on the Harding University Dean’s list for the 1994 fall semester. Hammond is a junior majoring in English and has maintained an average scholarship level of 3.5 minimum. The Herald-Zeitung w elcomes your 'personal' items for publication in this column Submit items to:    • Herald-Zeitung Personals    ■ 707 Landa St    ! New Braunfels, TX 78130    J Items may also be faxed to 625- * 1224 Please allow up to three weeks for publication    • If you know of news happening, call the newsroom. 625-9144 811IH35 N 620-4099 Ifs the write idea. And it could get you the trip of a lifetime. You could be one of six youths to win a trip to Washington, D C., next summer. Enter our Rural Electric Youth Tour essay contest and have a chance to win an all-expense-paid trip to our nation's capital. The contest is open to students, ages 14-19, whose parents or legal guardians are PEC members. Essays must be submitted with an official entry form available from any PEC office. You'll receive a gift just for entering. For more information on essay themes and length, call (210) 868-4918. Deadline for entry is March 14, 1995. Mf Pedernales UxJm Electric Cooperativettnc. 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