New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 31, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
The best response to a power interruption is right at your fingertips.
When there’s a power interruption, PEC linemen are trained to respond quickly. But sometimes the problem is caused by a blown fuse or a tripped breaker. Before calling to report a power interruption, check your breaker box. Call neighbors to see if they are also without electricity. Then call PEC. Since power interruptions can generate hundreds of phone calls, you may find the line busy. Please wait awhile to try your call again. There’s a good chance that the problem has been reported and linemen are on their way.
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! Conservation Society
“ New Braunfels Conservation Society’s new officers presided over their first meeting Jan. 15 at Forke Store in Conservation Plaza. From left are Treasurer Ken Daniels. President Flo Yoehle, Vice President Dennis Heitkamp, and Secretary Pam Brandt. (Photo by Frances Bridges)
Members of the Ferdinand Lindheimer Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas met recently with members of the Caddell Smith Chapter from Uvalde at Forke Store. From left standing are Claudine Mulhern and Mil Duhon from the Lindheimer Chapter and Dana Riley and Sandra Farrow from the Uvalde Chapter. They are looking at a tablecloth embroidered by Jeanette Felger’s (seated) great-grandmother, Johanna Klein, one of the first settlers of the area. (Photo by Marie Offerman)
Saturday & Sunday
10 a.m. - 6 p.m. 12-6 p.m.
February 2nd & 3rd New Braunfels
Largest Exhibition of:
Home Products, Building Materials & Equipment, Lawn & Yard Supplies and Tools,
Interior Decorating Materials & Services.
Leisure Lifestyle Items and Special Interest Equipment.
For More Information Call:
Polly Coleman at 625-0411 or John Lovett at 629-5954 or Bob Barber at 620-4663
Comal County Bidder! Association
Hobbies Unlimited met recently at the home of hostess Pam Brandt, second from right. Speaker for the meeting was Ed Morris of Palace Heights Antiques, center, on collectibles. With him are, from left, Cindy Williams, Brandt, Judy Schultz (co-hostess) and Kimberly Werster-fer. (Photo by Frances Bridges)
Above, Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors member and Comal County Judge Carter Casteel, left, chats with Besserung Award winner Janelle Berger, center, and Birdie Kuempel, wife of State Rep. Edmund Kuempel and New Braunfels Middle School social studies teacher. Below, Joe and Betty Wort visit with Chamber of Commerce Chairman Manard Ivy, right. (Photos by Frances Bridges)
New Braunfels Republican Women hosted the annual Membership Luncheon at First United Methodist Church Jan. 21. New officers are, above from left, Treasurer Stefanie Powell, Secretary Ann Buck, Outgoing President Chere Stratemann, Installing Officer Jan Kennady, President Linden Anderson, and Vice President Allene Wofford. Below, Allene Wofford talks with political columnist Doug Harlan, who was the speaker for the luncheon. (Photos by Frances Bridges)
y Above, officers for the Gay Forties club for 1991 are, from left, Vice Piesident Anna Clare Ray, President Rosemarie Gregory and Trea-•v surer Dorothy Nolte. Not present is Secretary Toby Lohr. Below, Rosemarie Gregory, incoming president, left, presents a silver tray to outgoing president Montie Porter at the recent business meeting. ; (Photo by Frances Bridges)