New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 27, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
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Play it safe this Fourth of July. Avoid using fireworks near wooden utility poles. The combination of burning phosphorous from fireworks and the protective coating used on all wooden PEC poles could be a combustible one. lf a fire does start, do not attempt to extinguish it with water. Contact your nearest PEC office for help. And have a happy and safe Independence Day.
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16 Area around a castle
20 Melted together
22 Johnny —: Dixie soldier
23 Artist's plaster
26 Convent resident
27 Rebuffs 29 Estimated
33 Like a snake ready to attack
34 Shark's home
35 Kett or James
40 Electrical unit
41 Crooner Crosby
43 Low island
44 Grand — Dam 46 Used a ladle
48 Dog "hotel"
49 Composer Rorem
51 Dutch cheese
55 Less exciting 59 Not doable
62 Running contest
63 Stringed instrument
65 Phoenician city
66 Sicilian volcano
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2 Hawaiian feast
3 Curved lines
5 Colo, hours
6 Oak nuts
7 Vinegar jar
8 Rosemary or thyme
11 Negative votes
12 Brown shades
13 Director Preminger
19 Chills and fever 21 Takes a chance
26 Slight variations
27 Kind of boom
28 Stevie Wonder’s
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Men’s Garden Club picks winners
By ROGER D. HAVLAK
County Extension Agent
The 1996 Comal County Garden Show was held June 8 at die extension office. There were 19 people with 76 entries in the divisions of adult vegetable, children’s vegetable, cut flowers and potted plants. Awards were given out to the top entries within each division by the Men’s Garden Club, die rest of the entries were given either blue, red or white ribbons.
A big “thank you” goes out to the Men’s Garden Club for sponsoring this event, Anne and Dale Advody from Seguin forjudging this event, and to all who participated.
Results from the show are as fol-
Champion Carrots Jedadiah Bees; Reserve Champion, Pickling Cucumbers Jarris Wooldridge; Dry White Onions, white, Curtis Woooldridge; Dry Yellow Onions, blue, Jennifer Bees; Dry Yellow Onions, red, Jedadiah Bees; Cherry Tomatoes, red, Jason Wohlfahrt; Tomatoes, white, Jason Wohlfahrt; Green Beans, blue, Jeff Taylor, Green Beans, red, Justin Taylor; Yellow Squash, blue, Jason Wohlfahrt; Yellow Squash, red, Jeda
diah Bees; Yellow Squash, red, Jennifer Bees; Yellow Squash, white, Jeff Taylor; Zuchini Squash, blue, Jedadiah Bees; Zucchini Squash, red, Justin Taylor, Pickling Cucumbers, red, Jennifer Bees; Most Unusual Vegetable, yellow squash - white, Sara Stewart; Most Unusual Vegetable, carrots - white, Jennifer Bees
Open Vegetables - Adult
Champion, Dry Yellow Onions, Jack Hall; Reserve Champion, New Potatoes, Harold Voges; New Potatoes, red, Charles Flink; New Potatoes, red, Jack Hall; Blackeyed Peas, white, Charles Flink; Green Beans, red, Kenneth Tri-esch; Tomatoes, blue, Kenneth Tri-esch; Tomatoes, red, Jack Hall; Tomatoes, white, Jade Hall; Tomatoes, white, Harold Voges; Cherry Tomatoes, blue, Kenneth Triesch; Yellow Squash, red, Harold Voges; Yellow Squash, red, Jack Hall; Yellow Squash, white, Jack Hall; Yellow Squash, white, Charles Flink; Acorn Squash, blue, Jack Hall; Hot Peppers, blue, Harold Voges; Sweet Peppers, red, Jack Hall; Sweet Peppers, white, Jack Hall; Bell Peppers, blue, Jack Hall; Bell Peppers, red, Harold Voges; Bell Peppers, white, Jack Hall; Pickling Cucumbers, red, Laura Wooldridge; Slicing Cucum
bers, blue, Jack Hall; Slicing Cucumbers, white, Jack Hall; Slicing Cucumbers, white, Harold Voges; Dry Red Onions, blue, Jack Hall; Dry Red Onions, white, Harold Voges; Okra, red, Jack Hall; Eggplant white, Jack Hall; Beets, blue, Harold Voges; Beets, white, Jack Hall; Carrots, red, Harold Voges; Turnips, blue, Jack Hall
Champion, Sunflower Arrangement, Ella Hall; Reserve Champion, Flower Arrangement, Frauke Morin; Ella Hall, red and white; Ethel Canion, red; Sara Stewart, white
Champion, Foxtail Fem, Chet Cou-villon; Reserve Champion, Person Shield, Kenneth Triesch; Ethel Canion, blue, Swiss Cheese Ivy; Kenneth Triesch, blue, Bromeliad; Kenneth Triesch, blue, Cactus Arrangement; Chet Couvillon, blue, Springer Fem; Jerry Sigler, blue, Oak Leaf Fem; Jerry Sigler, white, Rosemary; Ella Hall — red Pothos Ivy, white Petunia, red Creeping Charlie, white Poinsettia, red Jade Plant, red Cactus Arrangement; Jennifer Bees, red, Cactus Arrangement; Christine Brown, red, herbs; Christine Brown, white, herbs
By MICHELLE OATMAN JOHN MOLER, photographer Special to the Herald-Zeitung
This week we are going to throw a curve ball at you. The readers of this column have been doing so well! I hate to give you such a hard one; surprise me and give us the names of all the men in this week’s picture.
(AA-96-053) is another picture donated by Karen Stoke and the Clear Spring Catfish Restaurant. The restaurant has been decorating the new dining area with historic photographs of the area. She needs help identifying a few of die photos; we did pretty well wife fee last picture we ran. Let’s sec if we can get fee names of this wonderful group of men for her.
(AA-96-054) is a beautiful bride and we think her father, we need a name for this happy occasion. If you recognize either one of these happy people, please let us know. Our last wedding picture did not do so well, so try hard to remember the names of these two, s*' we don’t jinx the wedding pi uures totally. Weddings are surh a happy time and we don’t want ■■ these people to go down in history “unknown.”
Our pretty young girl (AA-96-051) is P la Churm in 1973. We thank Cy . ihia Rifle for calling us with this identify .on.
The 1945 nursing class (AA-96-052) did very well! Lavem Pearce, Gr;aldine Clement (sister of Efflc Coenen), Dorothy Simon Rheinlander and Carole Farmer all helped in giving us a IOO percent identification. They are: row I, Bernice Schneider Brady, Betty Swisher, Leoti Barry, Inez Ethel Berlin; row 2, Dorothy Helmcamp Kreshe, Dorothy Simon Rheinlander, Annie Lee Barth Nohe, Efifie Coenen RN, Doris Timmermann, Edith Guenther Krause, Iris Scholl Schlather, row 3, Francis Bitters, Aline Maynard Carson, Ruby Jean Ludwig Bean, Lavem Schwab Pearce and Juanita Barry. Thank you so much for helping us get all fee manes on our nursing class;
I knew running two in a row would get everyone interested in the names.
We have new items in the Sophien-burg Archives gift shop! We have a collection of hand-carved wood carvings by Thomas Oatman. He had carves shore birds, woodpeckers, ducks, hummingbirds and fish. We have a large selection of his work and would like people to come in and see fee fine talent he has in making such beautiful art.
We also have a new selection of Wurstfest Dolls from Designs by Eleanor. For anyone who collects dolls they are a must! You can purchase them as couples or individually. We have Prince Carl and Princess Sophie, Lindheimer, and many women and men in wonderful handmade costumes.
Come by and see the new items and the many books we have for sale in our gift shop at 200 N. Seguin.
We thank our two new volunteers who came in to give some spare time and help save our local history. Cali Stanton is on summer vacation and is helping us put information on our computers. Jesus Ayala is going to help us record obituaries for future use. We are happy to make them a part of our Archives family and hope that others will follow them in arid join us also!
As always, KEEP READING! ... KEEP REMEMBERING! ... KEEP CALLING! ...629-1900!
(Michelle Oatman Is the manager of the Sophienburg Archives)
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Canyon graduate wins $4000 scholarship
Ann Marin Parra-Pallares, a 1998 graduate of Canyon High School, baa won a $4,000 scholarship provided by the Texas Elks State Association. Parra-Pallares was sponsored in the competition by New Braunfels Bks Lodge 2279. She is the daughter of Ana and Bisks Weissling of New Braunfels. Parra-Pallares plans to attend Baylor University at Waco, Texas, in tbs fall wrier she intends to obtain a double major In foreign languaga and foreign aervice.
Bks Lodges throughout the state started a new scholarship program this year which provides $1,000 each year for four years to three women and three young men who are graduating high school seniors.
Pictured are John Fahsl, Elks Youth Activities chairman, and Ana Marie Parra-Pallares, with her parents.
(Submitted by New Braunfels Elks Lodge 2279)