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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 12, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas City Council PTA Installed as officers of the New Braunfels City Council Parent-Teacher 'Association at its spring luncheon in* the VEH classroom at the New Braunfels Independent School District’s Education Center were, from left, Charles Burt, vice president; Sharon Strickland, secretary; Sarah Reeves, president; and Rae Ann Roeder, treasurer. (NBISD Photo)NBHS PTA officers Elected officers of the New Braunfels High School Parent-Teacher Association for the 1991 -92 school year are, from left, Dana Gold, vice president; Debbie Bright, treasurer; Carole Bartram, secretary; and Claudette Doherty, president. Awarded PTA life memberships were Lynda Campbell, Ann Kuehler and Van Ette Christian. (NBISD Photo)Schurz lists honor roll for last grading period I At the conclusion of the last six-^cek grading period, the following Carl Schurz. Elementary fifth graders were named lo the honor roll. Students whose names are proceeded by an asterisk were on die honor roll for three consecutive six-week grading periods, or one semester. Distinguished: ♦Gary Gaston, ♦Alice Navarro, Make Brooks, ♦Rachel Langerhans, * Lacey Moore, 'Michael Pere/., ♦Mall Slaughter, Barnes Kolalh, ♦Sheila Bauer, ♦Siichu Patel, ♦Kathryn Wilson, ♦.Ryan DcPasqual, ♦Heather Saalhoff, Sharon Crocker, Alissa penman, ♦Stephanie Hoover, Jason Matheny, ♦ David Roberts, ♦MichaelPAINT SALEJones Blair 15 yr. Interior Latex 8“ gal. Reg. 16J" 15 yr. Latex Semigloss IO33 | jai. Reg. 20 15 yr. Oil Semigloss ll88 gal . Re g. 237’* IO yr. Interior Latex 6” gal. Reg 12“* IO yr. Latex Semigloss 883 gi ll. Reg. 17M* IO yr. Oil Semigloss 97B gal. Rig. nr" 2 Colors Honewhite & MoonlightSale Prices on the entire Jones Blair Paint Line *1,muled U> I'rebeiil STOCK COLORS Ut) days unit at cash with appiuvcd credit MC/V ISA/DISCO VER I N T E RI ORS 943 N Walnut 625 3477 Store Hours Mon.-Fri. 8:30 5:30 Sat. 10:00 to 4:00 Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas    Wednesday, June 12, 1991    Page    5A Schurz fifth-graders honored The following Carl Schurz Elementary fifth graders have been named Good Citizens by virtue of their study habits and their respect for others and school rules. Recognized were: Marcial Cad-cna, Roxanne Cardenas, Crystal Dean, Porfirio De La Cruz, Gary Gaston, Michelle Hitzfcldcr, Karin Medcr, Sonia Moreno, Alice Navarro, Lydianne Nelson, Jami Schaefer, Matthew Shipley, Will Slaughter, Donica Thomas, Chad Wche, Sheila Bauer, Peter Gonzales, Alisa Kahn, James Kolath, David Koutz, Rachel Langerhans, Kara Moffct, Lacey Moore, David Ozuna, Jose Rodriguez, Cory Weber, Rachel Berry, Justin Bohmann, Sabrina Borrego, Alan Bucche, Erica Englchart, Christopher Garza, Devon Kastein, Jamie McDonald, Sonia Ortiz, Lauren Owens, Sncha Patel, Robert Popp, Stephanie Tulloh, Alex Valdez and Jennifer Valdez. Also noted were: Denise Villalo bos, Kathryn Wilson, Adam Arndt, Elizabeth Byrd, Gene Chisum, Laura Cook, Ryan DePasqual, Amber Duncan, Pete Gonzales, Becky Guerrero, David Hernandez, Kimberly La-trossc, Tim Lee, Rosemary Marin, Brian Podgurski, Dawn Rust, Heather Saalhoff, Erin Stockhorst, Ray Montanez, Maria Perez, Sharon Crocker, Alissa Denman, Kcri Hildebrand, Stephanie Hoover, David Roberts, Summer Smithers, Jason Matheny, Michael Taber, Melissa Wilkinson, Matt Harrison, April Tuch, Garret Bonncma, Chad Carney, Veronica Garza, Jarrell Goodcll, Samantha Harris, Jennifer Martin, Jacqueline Mayfield, Selena McKin-nis, Mario Moran, N ic hoi Nicholes and Gcncvic Quintanilla. Also named were: George Rodriguez, Lacey Rocslcr, Candace Stephens, Megan Stratcmann, Kirsis Vargas, Dustin Warnckc, Nicole Williams, Clint Zcngler, Jonathan Bremer, Kimberly Girouard, Cody Guthrie, Cooper Cogdell, Dean Kennedy, Jcanic Lagunas, Cheryl Landry, Kathy McKean, Amber Metzger, Christopher Ott, Robbie Rodriguez, Scnaido Rodriguez, Shawn Schorn, Reagan Lawrence, Selena Valdez, Juan Villarreal, Tuesday Covington, Jesus Carcdcnas, Carlos Acosta, Bryson Avery, Kyle Baker, September Baker, Heather Fest, Jason Hamel, Jennifer Henry, Jack Lee.Tyra Modgling, James Morales, Connie Navarro, Stephanie Quinn. Phillip Seidel, Erica Walthcr, Jennifer Ybarra and Amber Wilson. Taber, ♦April Tuch, Melissa Wilkinson, ♦Jarrell Goodcll, ♦Samantha Harris, Brian Lee, ♦Megan Stratcmann, ♦Clint Zengler, ♦Chris Oil, ♦Shawn Schorn, Cooper Cogdell, ♦Darlene Delgado, ♦Phillip Seidel, ♦Blake Haas, ♦September Baker, ♦Heather Fest, ♦Erica Walthcr, ♦Jason Hamel and ♦Kyle Baker. Honor: Will Slaughter, ♦Chad Wche, Jose Rodriguez, Cory Weber, ♦Chad Kennemer, ♦Sabrina Borrego, Elizabeth Byrd, ♦ Brian Podgurski, ♦Summer Smithers, Sarah Wright, Jacqueline Mayfield, Candace Stephens, Cheryl Landry, Connie Navarro and ♦Jennifer Henry. IRAS AND ANNUITIES ★ HI-YIELD FARM ' * SAFE BUREAU ★ LIQUIDITY 'Ar SECURE TEXAS ------- I 1105 Eikel Helping You Is VVhat We Do Best 625-6924 | Calling All Customers Of First Federal Savings, of New Braunfels. FSA Dear First Federal Savings, FSA Customer, As you may have heard, First Federal Savings, FSA has been closed by the Office of T hrift Supervision. The sav mgs association's insured deposits and a portion of its assets have been transferred to Victoria Bank & Trust by the Resolution Trust Corporation. Don't worry, you re in good hands. For I lh years. Victoria Bank & Trust has been Texas-owned, Texas-operated, and totally dedicated to community banking. Your deposits are now part of one of Texas' healthiest banking companies. That means you'll soon be enjoying many new. improved financial products and expanded ser\ ices. It also means your money is safe; insured by the FD1C and backed by an exceptionally strong and stable bank. Victoria Bank & Trust's convenience, flexibility, and personal service are enjoyed by 25 cities throughout South and Central Texas. Nine years ago. we began serv ing many of the residents of New Braunfels and San Marcos through our current locations in those communities. Now we’re bringing these advantages to you. The transition will cause little change in your day to day banking. By the end of August 1991, you’ll be able to bank at any of our 30 convenient locations. Until then, please continue to make all your transactions with the same checks and deposit slips at any of these locations: 199 Main Plaza in New Braunfels, Farm Road 2673 in Canyon Lake. 13” V Guadalupe in San Marcos, and the junction of Ranch Road 12 and Farm Road 2325 in Wimberley. Most importantly, remember that we deeply appreciate your business and look forward to the opportunity of serv mg all your financial needs. Sincerely, Charles R. Firdlicka Chairman/Chief Executive Officer Victoria Bank & Trust Victoria Bank & Trust I Of pot alo HodUquaitois* Olm OConntx Plaza • VMona Tuxas 779OZ • 512/573 5151 • WjhiUm Victoiid BaiiKs>han ne r UK ;