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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 16, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas FISHING Courtesy of Sylvan and Rose DeJardo, Fisherman's Corner, Canyon Lake, find out more at Trout Report: Trout to 16 inches in deep holes, using red San Juan worms, silver muddlers, black/gold Rebel minnows, red wigglers, small minnows and yellow Berkley PowerBait with split shot and No. 12 or No. 14 treble hooks. Canyon Lake Water Clarity: Clear WaterTemp: 74 degrees Current Level: 907.31 Largemouth Bass: Good to 4 pounds on watermelon poppers, white buzz frogs and white buzz baits in 2 to 8 feet early and later on Texas rigged fall craw YUM Wooly Hawgtails and gold spinnerbaits in creek beds in 6 to 16 feet. Smallmouth Bass: Good to 4 pounds on motor oil jigs and sand pepper 3-inch YUM Mega tubes on humps and ledges in 4 to 12 feet. White Bass: Fair on live minnows and vertically jigging silver Fle-Fly slabs off main lake points. Crappie: Fair on live minnows and black with red neck Curb's crappie jigs tipped with live minnows around submerged trees, brush piles and standing timber in 6 to 12 feet. Striped Bass: Good to 10 pounds on live perch and vertically jigging 1-ounce blue Fle-Fly slabs across main lake points in 20 to 30 feet. Channel and Blue Catfish: Fair to 8 pounds on Lewis King punch bait, cut shad, large minnows and on trotlines baited with goldfish. Yellow Catfish: Fair to 20 pounds on jug-lines baited with hybrid bluegills along ledges in 30 feet. Canyon Lake Christmas Parade approaching The 27th annual Canyon Lake Christmas Parade is scheduled for Dec. IO in Saltier. judging categories for the parade are Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future. “This is one of the best attended parades in our area,” said Robert Case, the parade committee chairman. “Bands and musical units are especially welcome.” Sattler attorney Dwain Blaschke, the incoming president of the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce, is the grand marshal. Entry forms have been mailed to last year’s participants and have been included in the chamber’s November newsletter. Applications also can be picked up at the Chamber offices, 3943 FM 2673. There is no charge to enter. For information, call the chamber at 830-964-2223. Look how low your payments could be: Amount Financed Monthly Payments Number of Payments $1,500 $58.70* 36 $5,001 $144.54** 48 New Braunfels New Braunfels Marketplace 651 N. Business IH 35 830-625-3048 * Annual Percentage Kale 23 81% ** Annual Percentage Rate 17 09% I A member of American International Group. Inc. All loans subject to our normal credit policies ^ Weekends or after hours, call 800-697-4719 Apply Online at When you’re shopping for property insurance, think about coverage, service and price. That’s how you truly get the most for your money. And w hen you do compare “apples to apples,” you’ll see that Germania Insurance delivers an outstanding value. With Germania, you’ll benefit from competitive rates and flexible payment options and other discounts. Plus, Germania offers 24/7 customer claims service and the opportunity to earn a claims-frce discount. No wonder Texans have been depending on Germania since 1896. Don’t sacrifice the important coverage you need for your home. And don’t give up the superior service you deserve. Compare “apples to apples,” and we’re confident you’ll choose the outstanding value offered by Germania Insurance, ('all your local Germania agent today for a free quote. 1-800-392-2202 Huddleston & Company 830-625-7502 Canyon Lake Insurance 830-964-2184 Not a deposit Not FDIC insured by any tederal government agency. Not guaranteed by the bank _ B Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce 2 Welcomes you to our annual FALL INTO OUR SOUP EVENT! Bring your appetites & enjoy our Canyon Lake Hospitality! November 19th, 1-4 pm CRRC Below Canyon Dam $5.00 adult/$1.00 child >    [email protected] IC    (830)    964-2223    2 ©e’cor*& I Decorating & Remodeling Specialistlj||™|j Fine Art Gallery featuring Local Hill Country Artists Spectacular Christmas Gifts^mcl HomelDewBj Holiday Cash Make Wishes Come True Borrow $5,001 for just $144.54 per month • Buy Just the Right Gift • Redecorate Your Home • Take a Holiday Vacation • Just call and we could have your money ready in a few hoursWednesday, November 16, 2005 — Herald-Zet/ung — Page 7A Financial Services THE LAKE • STARTZVILLE • SATTLER • FISCHER • HANCOCK ta rn w *    /    's CANYON LAKE MANDY REARY Herald-Zeitung Table Talk with just the offering of a smile or a few nice words is uplifting. Spiritual freedom occurs when your heart overrides your brain and allows your spirit to soar to high places without malice or contempt. Life happens: It is what it is, and it ain’t what it ain’t. You can decide what to make of it. It is never too late to arrive in good spirits. Thanksgiving is approaching. It not only starts the holiday season, But also the time to remember with gratitude all of the things that life has bestowed on each and everyone of us. Let us be thankful, for we are all blessed. MARILYN BUSH Marilyn Bush is a mother of four children and a business owner in Canyon Lake. American a I General F CALENDAR of EVENTS Appreciating the little things makes a big difference Cruising in the car, listening to George Strait belt out, “Write This Down,” reminds me of a dear old friend who encouraged me to be grateful for every day and everything. Her concept was that every day was measurable and deserved recognition. She reasoned that if you wrote down all the good things that transpired throughout the day, you would realize how fortunate you were. See what happens if you complain too much with a good friend — they are bound to give you constructive criticism. Well, I guess I’m stuck with the exercise. Looking back, I remember how put out I was with taking the time to recount the day and writing it down on paper. It started like this — I drove all over town. I made a withdrawal from the bank, I picked up the kids at school and so on. Days later, my friend asked to read the daily recollection as she termed it. She pointed out the positive things I had written down. Noting that I wrote down driving — her comment was “you arrived alive to each destination unscathed.” Her attitude continued when she said, “Going to the bank, you had your financial needs met,” “Picking up your children, how fortunate you are, for I have always wanted children of my own.” After listening to her comments, I was filled with gratitude for all that I had. She opened my eyes to all of the precious gifts that I was experiencing day in and day out without a thought of appreciation. I was taking my life for granted. I am now determined to try every day to study and perform what I call “The Art of Gratitude," being thankful and respectful in all that I do. This technique allows wonderful things to happen to yourself and others. Experiencing joy, hope and love with friends and family is wonderful. Empowering a stranger to have a great day Preschool Storytime and Baby Lapsit Date: Wednesdays Time; 10 a.m. Location: Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know:Tiffany Cargile, facilitator. Information: 830-964-3744 Friends of the Library Date: Today Time: 10 a.m. Location:Tye Preston Memorial Library Information: Fran Friday, 830-899-4015 Lunch and Learn Series Date: Today Time: Noon to 1 p.m. Location: Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know: Diana Gonzales from Pedernales Electric Cooperative will present how to make the most of the holidays with microwave tips, shortcuts and recipes, zap crafts, gift ideas, dough ornaments and herbal teas. Information: 830-964-3744 Canyon Lake Christmas Parade Deadline Time: Friday Location: Sattler You should know:This is the deadline for entry into the Dec. 10 parade. There is no entry charge. Categories are Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future. Judging starts at 9:30 a.m. Forms available at Canyon Lake Chamber or by calling 830-964-2223. I Heard It at The Library Workshop Series Date:Tuesday Time: 6 to 7 p.m. Location:Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know: Dwain Blasche, attorney at law, will discuss issues of property, children, divorce, adoption and other matters of family law. Mon Sat 10:00 - 6:00 p.m. * Sunday T*00 - SKM) p.m. Home Insurance: Compare Apples to Apples” Is your current insurance company taking too big of a bite out of your apple? Silver Sneakers Exercise Date: Daily Time: 9:30 a.m. Location: Community Resource and Recreation Center You should know: Senior-targeted, low-impact exercises with trained instructors. Cost: Free to Secure Horizons members; others, $2 donation. Information: Jaynellen Bateman 830-964-3003 Home-Delivered Meals Date:Tuesdays andThursdays Location: Community Resource and Recreation Center You should know: Fresh and/or frozen meals are delivered to homebound Canyon Lake residents.To receive the service or to volunteer as a driver, call the center. Information: 830-964-2324 Canyon Lake Rotary Club Date: Wednesdays Time: Noon Location: Community Resource and Recreation Center Information: 830-964-4744 Homework Help Date: Wednesdays Time: 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Location: Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know:Tutoring by Smithson Valley PALS students. Information: 830-964-3744 ;