New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 1, 1987, Page 30

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 01, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Activities Honor The New Braunfels Historic Railroad and Modelers will host an open house at the old MOPAC depot next to Brauntex Theatre during Wurstfest today. Wednesday and Saturday and Sunday The society invites the public to include the stop in their Wurstfest plans to set' another side of New Braunfels’ heritage Included are operating HO scale and Lionel model train layouts, train movies featuring old steam engines, a restorer! waiting room with many historic documents, pictures and railroad artifacts Tours through a full-size MOPAC caboose will be conducted Admission is free, although any donations to continue restoration would be greatly appreciated Soft drinks and candy will be sold to benefit the society Captain James Jack Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution meets at 9 SO a rn. Monday at 1173 Springhill Drive Christine Brown will give a presentation on colonial silversmiths New Braunfels Christian Singles' Bible Study meets each Thursday at 7:30 p m Call 629-4554 or 629-68:ti New Braunfels German Folkdancers a club dedicated to preserving the traditional dances of the Germanic peoples, may be con tacted by telephoning the president Nadya Lehmann at 625-9295 or vice president Robert Dicus at 625-3922 or 625-4147 Practices are held most Sunday evenings Visitors are welcome and membership is open to anyone interested in preserving these historical dances Donations may be made locally to the Comal County Chapter of the American Cancer Society Write to P () Box 241. New Braunfels New Braunfels .Al Anon family groups meet throughout the week Al Anon Group. Monday H p rn . St John's Kpiscopal C hurch, Al Anon Adult Children. Tuesday. 8 p rn . St John s (episcopal Church Freedom Al Anon. Wednesday 8pm First Presbyterian Church Al Anon Thursday. 8 p rn.. St John's Kpiscopal Church Alateen. Thursday. 8 p rn . St John s Kpiscopal Church, and Alapreteen Thursday 8 p rn . St John s Kpiscopal Church Need help'’ The Crisis Line is available 24 hours a dav Call 625- GED tutoring for teens each Wednesday from 7 to 8 p m Veterans of Foreign Wars 7110 Auxiliary meets the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p rn in the Post home, 600 Peace Ave Attention Teen agers Are you concerned about your weight9 We can help Teen Overeaters Anonymous meets each Monday from 6:30 to 7:30 p m at St John's Kpiscopal Church. Call Nanty at 629 7800 after 5:30 for information Survivors of Sexual Abuse Group Open to girls, ages IO through 17. who have been or who know so meone who has been sexually abus ed Each Tuesday from 4 to 5 p rn at Teen Connection. 1414 W San An tonic Texas Star Chapter of Sweet Adelines Barbershop (horns invites women who love to sing to join the group Thursdays at 7 p rn at Church of Christ D U D E - Drug Use Dead End meets each Thursday from 7 to 8 p rn Open to any adolescent or teen who has questions or concerns about drug use Teem Connection. 1414 VV San Antonio Compania De Danza Folklohca meets each Wednesday at 5 p rn for practice at Frazier Elementary School For more information call Mary Paniagua at 629 5667 Teen parent education and sup port group meets the first Saturday of each month from 9 a rn to noon at Teen Connection 1414 VV San \n tonio Men s Barbershop (.horns meets each Thursday at 7:30 p m in the choir room of First Baptist Church TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets each Tuesday at Laurel Plaza recreation room Weigh in is at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call 625 8860 Overeaters Anonymous meets each Monday and Thursday at 6 30 p m and Fridays from 12 15 to I pm at St John's Episcopal Church. 312 S Guenther Call 629 7800 or 629 3974 for information New Braunfels Duplicate Bridge Club plays at New Braunfels Na tional Bank community room each Tuesday at I p rn All duplicate bridge players are welcome The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution is look ing for men 18 years of age or older who is descended from a person who served in the military during the American Revolutionary War For information about the William Hightower Chapter of New Braunfels, call Doc CantuWithoff, UHN Walnut. 629 1736 or Bill Hightower at 625 8110 Community Band practices each Thursday from 7:30 to 9 p m in Canyon Middle School band hall Membership is open to anyone who can read music American legion Comal Post 179 will meet Thursday. Nov 5, at 410 West Coll Executive committee meets at 7 p rn . regular meeting begins at 8 p rn Auxiliary meets at 7:30 p rn Improve your speaking and leadership skills Toastmasters meets each Tuesday at 7 p rn at the Summit Center For more informa tion. call Gene Conrad at 629 2815 or Shay Noah at 625 8933 AII members of the .American Association of Retired Persons will now meet on the second Wednesday of each month Gardner, Mark Gomez. Trivia Griffiths, Brandy Kastner, Brett Loggia, F.ddic Lopez, Stephanie Mangum, Dylan Mathis, Ann-Tcrese Matschek, Richard Nuckels, David Padalccki, Rim Pricb. Chris Roger, Daniel Rio del, Tracey Schulz. Kascy Smith, Todd Wagner, Janet Ward, Christy Williams. Juniors - I arry Abel, Kelly Au gustin, Amice Austin, Botina Brumfield, Angelina Cantu, Thomas ('blick. Robert IV Alfonso, Gina Dc laFucnte.Cindi Glen/., Shannon Huntley, Deborah Harrclson, Alison Hor ton. Stephanie Ivy. Melroy Koehler. Jerry I awrencc, Kevin I ogan, John Paul Lugo, Clay Mathis, Janalyn Moos, Ten Nichols, Charles Ruhl, Lyman Skolaut, Randy Smallwood, Charles Spears, Stacie Walleck, San dra Wicr, Michael Wittier, Jennifer Wdfshohl. Seniors - Brice Brown, Gus Chilek, Melissa Cocke, Joseph Cun Hingham, Angela DelaFucnte, Lynda Dierks, Lori Georg, Sonya Guerrero, Ken Hartman, lory Hill, Kim Hol/mann, Kim Hopkins, Sara dos* semi, Lance Jonas, Randall Jones. Knsti Koehler, Cima Mer/, Mark Morga. Christina Neal, Gerardo Perez, John Rex, Robert Smallwood, Came Smith, Amy Stuckey. Dwayne I'schoepo, Thomas Villanueva, Deb bio Vordenbaum, Margie Williams. Jimmy Wilson, Stephanie Zimmerman € caxdiotty uouIe qau ta bum ic ft»i tun iwrtauo" Sunday BtuucJt I«i(imKO ok (HVuj foe* fuds amt (MinimA CmpfimtKtaxq Chumpa tm* in ti it trutd It m\ tuts b ai*' 12 OO kook    RfjnwUw ll OO AM 300 PM S 8.95 (,‘luiito* I? ^ Mto/"> Mf] INTT* MIS — v lift: *i»p G rue ne Merchants Association will sponsor market days the third Saturday of each month from May through November The association is seeking antique dealers artists craftsmen and vegetable salesmen to rent booths For more informa Hon. call 629-2351 GED for teen agers only each Monday from 7 to 8 p rn at Teen Connection. 1414 VV ban Antonio [\< FREE FEATURES On All Gold Rings Thisolt**' t*xptf»*s Vjvr-mt*** SO 1987 ami *s to l*‘ used on Iv ti >r the , u' * is** t Uh t>- ON EVERY 14KGOLD Arte e veil HSC .tsi Rf c- HS CLASS RING /IKK71RVED Braunfels Studio Courtyard Shopping Center 625-2602 Alamo Lumber Company Announces That we have made application tor Standard Exemption No. X-18393 to erect an on-site Central-Mix Concrete Batch Plant in Comal County. The proposed location will be on the Wal-Mart Distribution Center construction site just North of New Braunfels on Interstate 35. Additional information concerning this facility is contained in the Public Notice Section of the same issue. MING IWS AO ^1 * Lakeside Medical Center ll.mentis Plaza. Hiiifnsav >06 ( an von I.ake I \ HI > Outpatient Clinic Schedule ID specialty climes to meet the needs ut area residents DHRM ATOI X K A I hurMitj SJH I a. in.    /    Jon    p    //, \tut F <Jn jn VI I i EAR. NOSE. &THROA1 - ALLERGY ll t./wui /./,    'lad    j    rn    IJ do ft rn MUn < nil VI I) DAM KOHM FRO! < KA \X    m    /.<    O    Oil    ti.    rn.    -    13:00 p.rn lim Hut VI I) INURN VI MHDU IMT \Rl)l<>1 < )<.N I >*r inturn*.if nm or ,*p|M»nnmrnt call lakeside de .» <    .J    H) * *• to* to-1« to i W— *to * (to i i— -| * aw tow .to.    toto*    rn •»*tototo IutuLtys JOO p.rn - von p.m. ken ut th l.onif. VI /) (Ills I I IRK s.S GY \ I ( < >L(X.Y U tJnt (Jay • 3:00 p rn - 5 JHI p m. Punt l^Roux, VI I) OK I HOPFDK N VI on da’s * Of) p rn - 4 .oo p m I U ill ntut ( \ i nit ti PEDIATRICS I /ii u/./i» .S (IO jut 13:00 pm. I S //>./// I Lirr I son VI I I SORCERY I ut mLi\s I <Ofi ic - V J Kl pm. I Unhat I )//»,/♦/ VI I > I A Ut Calkin VI n ___________ I KOKKO Vt0tnLi\ i h OO J III - 13 (Hip rn I Jji i it Sn(>Lt mon. M _I III ARINI, I LM IM. / MEAK IM. AUX ON SI Ll A I ION Play The Herald-Ze/fung's Exciting Count The Opas Contest And Win *25°° To $5000!! Plus Tickets to the Wurstfest Grounds, tickets to the Wursthalle, 6 pack of thermal coasters, A a bumper sticker. Atole* 1 The Count The Opas Contes! will sun new each SuntUy and run through Friday ot each week (rom now through Wurstfest The dates on the 6th and final week are November I 196/ through Nov 6 1987 2 Opas will be placed throughout the newspaper tor you to find and count each day 3 Be careful to count ONLY the Opas you see that have a copy of a newspaper in his outstretched hand 4 In each day s newspaper you will find an advetfisement tor your convenience to piace the number of Opas you count in that day s paper 5 Friday ot each week you will find an ad versemen! with an entry blank Fill out the entry blank (or a reasonable facsimile) and place the number of Opas you counted in the newspaper for the whole week in the appropriate blank 6 Mail the entry blank to    Count    The    Opas    Contest Herald /eitung 707 Linda Street New Braunfels Ti 78130 Or bring by the Herald /eitung office at 707 Linda Street New Braunfels 7 Entry blanks must be received in the Herald Ieitung office by 5 00 p rn Tuesday November IO 198/ 8 The 6th drawing witltake place at 5 30 p rn Tuesday November IO 1987 9 The first entry blank drawn with th • correct number of Opas tor the week will receive S25 OO m addi lion to the tickets coasters and bumper sticker It the winner is a current (paid up) subscriber to the Herald /eitung we will double the prue money SSO OO 10 It there are no entry blanks with the correct number ot Opas for the week a drawing will be made from the group with the closest number to being correct 11 The winner will be notified Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning lf the winner cannot be contacted by noon on Wednesday another entry will be drawn I? The winner s name and picture will appear in the following Thursday s Herald /eitung The award presentations will be made by an Opa or Wurstfest board member 13 Employees of the Herald lettung and their immediate families are not eligible to participate in the “Count The Opas" Contest lf you are not a current (paid up) subscriber to the Herald Zeitung. there is still time to start your subscription and double the prize money! Call the Herald-Zer/ufljCirculation Department. TODAY!!!I. ii ti ar JA. U ilhutir: (I I C A.. ( erlifittl Am/tnpntitMo^iil IOO fin/. -    "OO    pm.    it    plJOth - Oil. - Sot.    - 625-91AA ;

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