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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 24, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas f§&* Landa Park monuments get some IXC Local historical monuments are being refurbished and returned to pristine condition, thanks to the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Sesquicentennial Monuments Committee. The Pioneer Monument dedicated to those founders of New Braunfels was recently restored. The Founders Oak Monument and the 125th Anniversary of the founding of New Braunfels Memorial Monument are being restored now. “The Strategy and Steering Committee decided to utilize funds that were left over after die sesquicentennial celebration to refurbish historical monuments and plaques throughout New We’re Meeting Now Braunfels High School Class of 1986 will hold a reunion June 7 and 8. For information, call Michelle Sim-monds-Tysdal at 608C905 or Mfce and Tori Sides-Sullrvan at 606-0147. Canyon Mgh School Class of 1971 is planning Hs 25th reunion. It win be Saturday, July 13 at the Afcert Kypfer Lodge on Highway 46 between New Braunfels and Seguin from 4 p.m. to 9 pm lf your address has changed, mal your new address to James Donga, 690 S. Kowald Lane, New Braunfels, TX 78130 or call 609-6224. The annual spring meeting and cleanup will be held at the Smithson Valley Cemetery at 9 arn. on Saturday, May 25. For information, call (210) 904-4526. Braunfels,'* said Bobbie Purdum, chair of the Sesquicentennial Monuments Committee. “So far we have committed well over $23,000 to the restoration work in Landa Park,*' she said. The Pioneer Monument was unveiled on Aug. 21,1938. It was commissioned through the Southwell Company of San Antonio. The Chamber contracted with the Southwell Company and American Graffiti to restore the monuments and plaques. Bill Southwell and his son Billy Southwell are personally supervising and working on the project, according to Purdum. “Bill was 12 years old when his Redwood Cemetery Heirs wB meet May 25 at the cemetery. Deduction of the historical marker win be at noon. Barbecue plates $4.75 will be served with a meeting afterwards. Contact Norman Gus Fischbeck at 620-0296 for information. The annual picnic of the Mission Valley Community Center wi be held Sunday, May 26. The meal will be served at noon. Items bring provided include barbecue, beer, soda, coffee and tea, and cups. Those attending please bring a covered cRsh or salad and dessert. Come early for cards or dominoes. Cleanup of the grounds wi be Saturday, May 25 at 8 a.m. For information, call 625-7174 after 6 p.m. father, Wilson Southwell, supervised die creation and installation of die Pioneer monument. He was present and helped his father in the process,*' Purdum said. The sculptor, Hugo Villa, went on to fame as the assistant to sculptor Gutzon Borglum who did Mount Rushmere and Stone Mountain near Atlanta, Ga. “We are very pleased that the South-well family has taken a personal interest in die restoration project," Purdum said. “We estimate die Pioneer Monument alone could not be reproduced today for less than half a million dollars, in fact it would probably be closer to $750,000." Th* Comal County Democrat* annual picnic will be in Landa Park, site #4 at 6 pm, May 28. Bring a covered (flab, lawn chain and friends. The Book Review Club will meet Tueaday, May 28 at 10 a.m. at the Senior Center. The review wi be given by Peggy Edwards of the book Will Rogers Rode the Range by Margaret SheWabarger Axial. The joint installation of the Eagles Auxillary and Aerie officers will be Tueaday, May 28 at 7:30 pm Unitarian Universalists wi meet at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 29 at the Faith United Church of Christ, 970 N. Loop 337. TB°y s Of COME ONE * COME ALL JOIN THE FUN! Sidewalk Events This Weekend at the New Braunfels M HEB Memorial Day Weekend May 24, 25 & 26 ★ Buy a IO lb bag of HJJ. Charcoal and HJJ. will doaate50 C to the local V.F.W. Relief Fund ★ For every I lb package of Carltoa Sausage soli HJJ. wB donate25C to the ChildrenV Shelter ★ For every I lb package af marinated HJJ. Beef Skirts sold50< will be donated to the Children's Shelter Mondos    S:dl>    -    5:3(1 I m s. I i i.    N:3I!    -    ,N:IH> S:inird;i\s    N:30    -    4:11(1 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE .CROSS I Leafy vegetable 5 Squander 0 Baby buggy: Brit. 4 Object of devotion 5 Walked in the woods 6 Ramble around 7 Peaceful 9 Sword 0 Type of cracker II Flan or mousse !3 — away: spends lazily !6 Dock dweller >7 One-singer sonas 10 Bone taken from Adam 12 Some Olympic medals 16 Better late — 37 Seven-veil dancer 39 Long fish 40 Sense organ 41 Guest 42 Right-of- — 43 Noah's boat 44 Glacier 45 Upgrade 46 Device Ina CD player 48 of a gun!" 49 Yummy 50 Bom 52 Drip-dry fabric fS 54 Atlanta football team 58 Dangerous 62 Chocolate cookie 63 Tried out for a part 66 Malt beverage 67 Witch 68 — out: distribute 69 Benefit 70 Adolescents 71 Ugly Duckling, realty DOWN 1 Metric weight unit 2 "An apple — ..." 3 Moos 4 Joy 5 Give it a—: try 6 Come to the rescue 7 Take to the slopes 8 Look after 9 Garden tool 10 Conjurer’s word 11 Lariat 12 Deciare 13 Run into 18 River bottoms 22 Wiser 24 Rubs out 25 Earth's crust element PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED mama    mu rn a nmw MffiWWU UIIUMU MMU klMfflUW UMIIUII mw Iii MSL II IBM uhmmw [DWM MMM Q MU MU UMUUMIl (J Ll ll MUJ iimuw ii iii u WM nm Ria [iii(4m rn na kl l>i rn m IIM WM SLMlilMM UMMM WU MHM kl ll m MMM mu iii ii a    ciiimaMM MU DQ MM MUMUM mw kl uuuiiii urn amu mw kl umawkd umcimm uiin numw    a wa rn 4-27-06 O ieee. Untied Feature Syndicate 27 Move furtively 28 Actress Maureen — 29 Escapades 31 Plant science 33 Clark's partner 34 Passed out the cards 35 Craftily 37 Incite to attack 38 Housekeeper s tool 41 Olive-green songbird 45 Horse-drawn cabs 47 Extra song 49 Writer Morrison 51 Pass into law 53 Stringed instruments 54 Watch chains 55 Territory 56 Onion’s relative 57 Positive 59 Once more 60 Greek cheese 61 Paradise 64 Fawn’s mother 65 Lodge ll 112 Iii 46 pf pf pi 55 52 STUMPED1? Call for Answers a Touch- ton* or Rotary Phono* 1-900-454-3535 ext. code S40 a a* per minuteDOCTOR’S CLINIC presentsNEW EXTENDED OFFICE HOURS New patients, minor emergencies and walk-ins accepted. EDWARD BALLI M.D. & JAMES D. BEDELL RA. 908 E. Court St. in Seguin Please call for an appointment (210) 303-2704 ‘Caring for you day and night*_BEALLSKeep New Braunfels Beautiful, Please Don *t Litter. Good at New Braunfels H.E.B. only. 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