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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 8, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Sgt. Joe M. Martinez of New Braunfels has completed two weeks active duty with his Texas National Guard unit at Fort Hood. SgUMartinez is a member of Company D, 249th Support Battalion, 49th Armored Division. Martinez Is employed by Houston Instruments, In Austin, as a mechanical assembler. Airman Michael C. Garcia, son of Juan S. and Louisa R. Garcia of New Braunfels, has graduated basic training at Lackland Air Force Base. Garcia received special training In human relations. Garcia, a 1991 graduate of Aldine High School in Houston, is married to Kellie, daughter of Carol P. Johnson, of Canyon Lake. —submitted photos Saturday night - Terri Hendrix ■ Cibolo Creek Country Club Thursday night — Montie Montgomery Friday night — Alvin Crow Saturday night—Mason Rufner ■ Eagles Hall Friday night — Teen Dance Sunday night — Bohemian Dutchmen —submitted photo SVHS team places third in nation Three members of Smithson Valley High School’s Technology Students Association (TSA) captured a third place trophy June 27 during a five day national TSA conference in Nashville. Tennessee. The Control Technology Team—consisting of senior Robert Mueller, sophomore Cody Hevner, and sophomore Erie Stevens, pictured above, won “Best in Region” and “Best in State.” which qualified them to represent Texas in Control Technology at the National Conference. This same team won first place last year in Control Technology at the national conference in Richmond, Va. Given a problem, the team had to build a robotic machine using Fischer Tech-nik parts and program it using a computer and an interface to fulfill the specifications given in the problem. The Smithson Valley Team placed third out of 19 teams in the Control Technology category. This year over 2,000 competitors represented 44 states at the national conference. Justin Criswell also represented SVHS at the national conference. Justin won “Best in Region” and “Best in State” in on-site Computer Aided Drafting Justin went on to enter Engineering Graphic Analysis at nationals. The first part of this competition consisted of a written test and then the finalists went on to the drawing competition. The four students give much credit for their success at the national con ference to the various sponsors who assisted them. Needless to say, all three returning members of the SVHS Technology Student Association are looking forward to next year’s competition and trials. Kurt Daum of New Braunfels, son of Tammy and Ceretta Daum, has earned the distinction of the Dean’s Honor List for the spring 1993 semester at die University of Texas at Austin. The College of Communication honor list includes students who have completed 12 or more hours of graded work with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. ■ ■ Arturo Guerrero Jr., son of Arturo and Marie Guerrero and graduate of New Braunfels High School, was named to the Dean’s Honor List at the University of Texas at Austin. Guerrero earned the designation of Summa Cum Laude which requires more than 52 grade points in at least 13 hours of course work. ■ ■ Janalyn Marie Moos, daughter of Arnold (Fred) and Angeline Moos of Garden Ridge, graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio on May 8, 1993 with a bachelor of arts degree in accounting. She is employed with USAA Federal Savings Bank in San Antonio. ■ ■ Laura Lorrine Wright, a 1992 graduate of Canyon High School, was named to the Dean’s Honor Roll for the 1993 spring semester at Texas AAM University. The honor list for tile College of Agriculture and Life Sciences includes students who have completed at least 13 hours with a 3.75 grade point average. ■ ■ Margaret Delaney Bume of New Braunfels recently graduated form Trin- Perfect gift for cooks & fishermen Gulf Coast Cooking by Virginia Elverson ■ Barry’s Under Pass Saloon Thursday night — Cadillac Traxx Friday night — Crossroads Saturday night — Double or Nothing ■ Hotel Faust Lounge Friday night — David Owens Saturday night — David Owens ■ Watering Hole Saloon Friday night — Crossover Saturday night — Southern Star ■ GrueneHall Thursday night — Jerry Giddons Friday night —Lost Gonzo Band Saturday afternoon — Wimberley Vol. Fire Ants Saturday night — Jay Erie Sunday afternoon — Erie and the Offbeats ■ Bavarian Village Friday night — Bohemian Dutchmen Saturday night — Swingin’ Dutchmen ■ Gary’s Landa Station Thursday night — Songwriter’s Night - Dan McCoy Sunday night — Humble Brothers ■ Prickly Pear (Holiday Inn) Friday night — Pure Heart Saturday — Pure Heart ■ Trophys Friday night — Ambicion Saturday night — Jorge Alejandro y la Paz ■ O’Aces Friday night — Michael O’Connor Band Saturday night —The Flying Zippers ■ New Braunfels Smokehouse Friday night — Oma and the Oompah’s Saturday night — Oma and the Oompah's Sunday night — Toeller Music Company ■ Rafters Around Town Thursday, July 8,1993 M Herald-Zeitung M 5 Personals • Over 300 mouth-watering recipes based on the finfish and shellfish of the Gulf of Mexico including some from such famous Texas restaurants as Gaido's iii Galveston, Brennan's in Houston and Water Street Oyster Bar in Corpus Christi • 224 pages with 245 breathtaking photos of tile Gulfs seascapes and shoreline images plus its food • Introductory essay by noted Texas writer John Graves offers a glimpse of the Gulf’s rich history $24 95 ^ew Braunfels ON SALB AT Herald-Zeitung 707 Landa St.    _____625-9144 Booze & Boats Don’t Mix HatioMl Sat* Boating Council Mi Pedernales tlMru ( omp*rmHn I mf. Johnson City, Bertram, Canyon I ake. Cedar Park, Dripping Springs, Kyle/Buda, l.ake Creek. Lakeway and Marble Falls —submitted photo Luv n Learn Child Cara’s Spring Show and Prs-Klnder Graduation was held on Juno 2 at Conservation Plaza. The Pre-Kinder Graduates ara Ashton Malitta, Logan William Schneider and Whitney Leigh Betsy. Each received a diploma and Precious Moments Bible. —submitted photo Don Gann, left, a New Braunfels High School biology teacher and coach, holds a coral snake that he and NBHS Senior Todd Vesells found at the home of Ski and Midge Hanelwlch. County Extension Agent Joe Taylor said more snakes In the area Is a direct result of the large amount of rain the area has experienced thus far In 1993, and said also that It Is breeding season for snakes In South Texas. Susan Atturn, a student at Canyon High School, pictured here with Rep. Frank Tejeda, recently witnessed the federal government In action as a participant In Presidential Classroom’s 1993 Senior High School Program In Washington, D.C. Susan, along with 364 high school juniors and seniors from 43 states, spent a week meeting with government leaders and transition officials, learning about the democratic process. —submitted photo ity University in San Antonio. Bums received a master of education degree in school administration. ■ ■ Six New Braunfels residents have been named to the Dean’s List for the spring 1993 semester at Texas Lutheran College. They are; Jayme Michelle Alexander, a sophomore psychology major; Lynn E. Blair, a senior mathematics major; Michelle Ann Duncan, a sophomore business administration major; Katherine Kennis Kuehler, a junior history major; Judy Ann Noland, a sophomore; and Susan Ruppel, a senior psychology major. To be named to the Dean’s List, students must have a 3.5 cumulative grade point average with a minimum of 12 graded hours in the past semester. ■ ■ Carissa Schneider, 13, of New Braunfels, was named the Most Athletic Camper during the second week’s session at Hermann Sons Riverside Camp. She Stretching our time to meet yours. PEC knows your time is stretched thin every day. To help ease your schedule, the Co-op is extending the hours at five more offices beginning July 15. Some offices will be open until 7 p.m. two nights a week; others will be open Saturday mornings. Either way, we’re stretching ourselves to serve you better. New Office Hours (Effective July 15,1993) Bertram — 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday/9 a.m.-12 noon Saturday Canyon Lake — 8 a.rn.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday/9 a.m.-12 noon Saturday Cedar Park — 8 a.rn.-5 p.m., Tues., Wed., Fri./8 a.m.-7 p.m. Mon., Thurs. Johnson City — 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday Kyle/Buda — 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Tues., Wed., Fri78 a.m.-7 p.m. Mon., Thurs. Marble Falls — 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday/9 a.m.-12 noon Saturday Dripping Springs — 8 a.rn.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday/9 a.m.-12 noon Saturday Lake Creek — 8 p.m., Tues., Wed., Fri./8 a.m.-7 p.m. Mon., Thurs. Lakeway — 8 a.rn.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday is the daughter of Herb and Jackie Schneider of 411 Hunters Creek Drive. ■ ■ Stacy Dawn Snider of New Braunfels, recently was named to the Dean’s List at the University of Texas at Austin. The College of Business Dean’s List includes students who have completed 12 hours or more of goaded work with an overall grade point average of at least 3.5. \ ELVIS-!) SIGHTED! COMING SOON TO NEW BRAUNFELS , Watch This Space!, (East side of South 1-35 between Solms and Loop 337) THURSDAY, JULY 8,1993 SHOWTIME: 7:45 P M. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT BOX OFFICE ;