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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas pScrapbook Pa8e8_ Herald-Ztiluna New Braunfels. Texas    Thursday    July    9    1987Honored for service Dr. Franklin Kriewaldt, right, presents Dr. E A. Grist an honorary plaque recognizing him for his 50 years of service in the field of veterinary medicine. Kriewaldt, president of the Comal County Veterinary Medical Association, presented the plaque following the association s dinner in Grist s honor American Legion Auxiliary American Legion Post 179 Auxiliary held installation services at the Legion Home last week From left, front row are Della Talbott sergeant at arms Gen Bulgerm. 14th District president Seguin Sammy Kail, president Helen Harborth, treasurer Carolyn Matykiewicz, secretary and bark row Irene4 Neuse for Elizabeth Wohlfahrt chaplain, Evn y mas second vice president Myrtle Nolt< t rst y ■ president and Dx * ne Krueger histonanInstallation Installing officer Ernest Mayes, center, of Bishop    year before election of    Henry D Rearer4 m . • - j congratulates Virgil Gaskins, right, retiring com    commander of th*4 Post mander of American Legion Post 179 on a successfulAmerican Legion officers Benefit books Gathers Newcomers Officers installed at a recent meeting of the American Legion Post 179 are, front from left, Nelson Nolte, historian; James Ruley, liaison officer; Walton Hoffmann, adjutant; Edward Campos, first vice commander; and back row from left, Hugh Talbott, finance officer; Harold Kail, chaplain; and Jack Ballerine, sergeant at arms. Newcomers Club welcomed five new members to Ruhnow, who moved here from Lake Charles La Veterinary association The Texas Veterinary Medical Association president a service award to Dr. Edgar A. Grist for a half century of dedicated service to mankind and the veterinary medical profession recently. Grist received his doctorate in vetermai v medicine from Texas A&M University in June 1937. Grist celebrated his 50th years Tuesday evening at Schwamkrug’s with members of the Comal County Veterinary Medical Association, of which he is founding president He recalled his past experience and what veterinary medicine was like 50 years ago. Grist said many changes have taken place in his profession and recalls he was the third veterinarian to practice as a licensed veterinarian in New Braunfels He has been active in numerous civic and professional organizations. As a meat inspector, (inst worked closely with die thriving sausage industry of New Braunfels and was the club at Tuesday's meeting at the Senior Citizens Center From left enjoying cups of coffee are Elmer Texia Hall, El Paso, Jim and Carolyn Kilkenny Pone City, Okla and Lillian Dimrck, India instrumental in organizing the first sausage festival in New Braunfels, which is now known as Wurstfest. He is past president of that organization and served as a trustee of New Braunfels ISD. Grist is a long-time member of the Noon Lions and is a member of the Texas Veterinary Medical Historical Count ii. The TV MA service award was presented by Dr Franklin Kriewaldt, president of the Comal County Veterinary Medical Association. Kiwanis Club When Kiwanians met July 2, they seemed ready for the up< inning holiday. We were reminded that an InterCiub was planned for July 20 to San Antonio-Northwest Kiwsnis Club. There was a short report by the finance committee and we were reminded to lie out before 7 on Saturday mom to put out flags The program was given by Gary Tigett of San Antonio who is helping the A&B Hearing Aid Center with some testing and other work He told us that the ear can pick up or respond to vibrations from 16 cycle to around 18,000 per second, but the human voice can produce sounds from about 500 to 4,000 vibrations per second The most frequent difficulty is that we often do not clearly hear the soft sounds, this is one of the first testings. Then comes the testing for loud ness, usually up to 50 to 60 decibels Then, they test for speech defects, as well as loss of understanding. Tins happens so often in a room where there are several conversations and noise from radio,    television, typewriters or other machinery. Most modem hearing aids can tune out the background noises There is no known cure for timutii, or ringing in the ears, principally because it seems to originate in the brain instead of in tile ears Gary said dial there is a Texas law tliat if you buy a hearing aid, and it does not help you, you can return it and get a full refund, less $75 ;