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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Pagt to New Texas Auoust 1991 Briefly Unicorns barbecue 29 The New Braunfcls Unicorn All Sports Booster Club is holding its annual Meet the Unicorns barbecue 29 at 6 Tickets will be available at the and they are per Booster club members will also be selling the tickets in The 29 barbecue will also fea tures athletes of the fall sports prog rams at New with volleyball and cross country athletes being Everyone is invited to attend the barbecue and meet the Unicorn ath Bowling league to meet The Comal Ladies Monday After noon Bowling League is having an organizational meeting to plan for the upcoming The during which mem bers and newcomers can discuss mat ters pertaining to the Fall will be held at 1 on 19 at the Comal All members of the league or any one interested in joining are urged to attend the Monday For more information about the Monday Afternoon call sec retary Maxine Reininger at The fall league will begin bowling on Softball meeting Monday There will be an organizational meeting for managers and general members of the New Braunfels adult softball league on The meeting will be at the Miller Wholesale Beers conference room at 7 and will involve planning for the upcoming fall Flag football registration The New Braunfels Youth Flag Football League registration will be held on 24 and 31 from 9 until noon at the Victoria Bank and Trust building on Walnut Children in the first through sixth grades are Grades 12 will be in Division Grades 34 will be in Division and Grades 56 will play in Division A registration fee is Ranger tickets now on sale Season tickets for the Smithson Valley football season are on sale now at the high Sales will run from approximately 9 until 3 at the Smithson Valley front The tickets will remain available until Smithson Valleys home which is 20 against Last years seasonticket holders will have the option to renew their same seats at any time when tickets are on The who played six home games last only have four this Smithson Valley hosts Leander 20 and San Antonio Cole on 27 in nondistrict In District 264A the Rangers will play home games against Lock hart on 18 and Canyon on CHS season tickets on sale Canyon High School football tick ets for fans who do not have season tickets arc currently on The tickets will be available at the Canyon High School office from until noon and from The Cougars open the 1991 varsity season at home against Leander on Other nondistrict home games will be on 20 against Boerne and 4 against The Cougars host Clemens on 17 and end the regular season with a home game against Bastrop on Unicorn ticket Information New Braunfels High School foot ball tickets will be on sale to the gen eral public beginning Monday and continuing through Tickets will be on sale between and and from 13 Please bring the address and phone number of each ticket Unicom home games this year are against Kerrville Tivy Cle mens San Marcos East Central and Seguin Meet the Rangers 21 Smithson Valley will also hold its annual Meet the Athletes night on the first day of Mem bers of the volleyball and cross country teams will be honored at this The event is sponsored by the Smithson Valley Booster and the public is invited to NBTA hosts doubles event The New Braunfels Tennis Associ ation is holding a doubles tournament on Saturday starting at 8 at the New Braunfels High School Anyone 13 years old or older may The tournament will be struc tured based on the participants rela tive level of skill and with both male and female The entry fee is per plus one can of tennis balls per The deadline to enter is 7 on To call David Perkins at 6258672 or Sally Forney at McKenna starts volleyball McKenna Memorial Hospital is starting a volleyball league this and is extending an invitation to any one who wishes to It will be a Bteam volley ball with games to be played The games are scheduled for Mon days at 6 starting on 9 and continuing through The site for all games is the courts on the hos pital Registration forms can be picked Fall signup underway at Solms bowling club The fall league signup period is currently underway at the Solms Bowling with the 9pin league likely to start in the next few The deadline to register is and anyone interested in playing this fall should sign the book at the Solms Bowling The league needs bow lers and anyone who wants to play is encouraged to do There is no cost to join the The league will probably start approximately a week after the sign ing after the teams are The selection process will begin after at which time the current league completes For more call Robert Lehmann at 6251216 or the Solms Bowling Club at Elks compete in scramble The New Braunfels Elks Golf tour nament was played at Landa Park on Winning first place in the scramble was the team of Glenn Jim Sarah Delashmutt and Jim In second place was Ed Vel ma and Lloyd and Irene Tying for third place were three teams Ken Ron Roy Kennedy and Polly Johnson Mel Cliff Jack Moore and Cliff Nelson and Dave Bill Lin Rose and Ray The longest putt contest on hole was won by and Charlie Smith hit closest to the pin on HvraldZeitung Published Sunday Thursday and Friday after noons by New Braunfels 707 Landa or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels HeraldZeilung at New DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher JANINE GREEN Managing Editor CHERYL DUVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager LONE BEASLEY Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivered in Comal andGuadalupe counties three six one Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery six one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three six one Mail out side Texas six one If you have not received your newspaper by Tuesday through or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New Texas 781311328 up at the hospital pharmacy from Rcncc Herfurth or Brenda at 6259111 extension or Tim Bricrty in extension Entry fee is per Spots open for Rowdies The San Antonio a soccer team which features several New Braunfcls isholding tryouts in The team has played in tourna ments all over traditionally enjoying a high level of Boys born between 1977 and July 1978 who are interested in trying out for the Rowdies should contact Mark Knell at Coach Mike Hawker at 6576220 or Robert Rodriguez at 6257300 or Clinic for women golfers The Landa Park Golf Course has scheduled a clinic for women golfers 1620 from at the golf Call 6253225 for more informa Bass tourney 19 The Comal County Bassmasters are sponsoring an open bass tournament 19 on Canyon starting what the club hopes will become an annual The entry fee is per with an optional to enter a big bass pot with 80 percent The Comal County Bassmasters are a local fishing group affiliated with the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society and Texas Federation Entry packets for the October tour nament are currently with rules and entry forms Pack ets can be found at Holiday Coleman Electric or Marine Concepts locally or at Anchor Marine in San For additional contact club president Ricky Roberts at 6295921 or tournament director David Bufkin at Water Works offered Water Works exercise classes are scheduled at the Landa Park Olympic Pool from 78 on Mondays and Wednesdays and from 910 on The offered through the Parks and Recreation is led by Candafie who is in her eighth year as Call 6254416 for more Roadrunner events In GR The Randolph Roadrunners will be holding some of their October events in Garden The running club will feature two vplksmarches walks of 10 and 13 kilometers and a 25kilomc er vol ksbike on the weekend of Participants can start between 7 and with the events closing at 3 each Preregistration deadline is All three of the events will start and finish at the Garden Ridge Taco at the intersection of FM 2252 Nacogdoches Road and FM 3009 Natural Bridge Caverns That intersection is miles north of Inter state 35 on FM For more contact Dick Toth at 6593913 or Del Campbell at 6572133 after Zeitung Classifieds AutomobtlM 100 AutomobilM 1973 Buick ex cellent Call 1979 Fiat Convertible Spider 2000 5 looks runs Great 1983 Buick Park 100 AutomobilM For sale 72 good Low Monthly Auto Insur Call 79 Chevrolet Station wa fm 1987 Dodge Daytona 5 t 100 Automobiles 100 Automobiles 100 Automobiles 100 1987 Mercury Sable well main garage 70 runs mechanically 76 Monte fresh en needs 79 Buick Century Station good runs or best 85 Chrysler 5th leather excellent OBO 73 18ft Winebego 5128992947 after Batteries starting at Wanted Cars COMAL AUTO SALVAGE By owner 1989 Subaru 4 For sale1989 Hyundai 1991 TBird After OVERS SALE Ml PROGRESS NOW B220Q BASE 9 TRUCKS OVER PLUS CASH GET BACK 1O AT THIS OFFER OVER IB AT THIS OFFER RX7 S 7 AT THIS OFFER LE5 TRUCKS NAVAJO OVER CASH BACK 3D AT THIS OFFER OVER PLUS nnnn CASH GET IUUU BACK SO AT THIS OFFER PLUS GET B AT THIS OFFER OVER PLUS CASH GET tSUU BACK 2O AT 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