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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 3, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 8A HERALDZEFTUNG MARCH 1993 GRUENE STATION AMn Crow will be performing with Don McCallister March 13 at Gruene No cover will be charged 15 TLC Piano recital Arts Calendar slated for March 16 piano recital fea turing the music of Chopin and Debussy will be pre sented by Bettsy Dunn Curtis at Texas Lutheran College on March The recital is Curtis is a visiting professor of music at The University of Texas at San Antonio and was an adjunct lecturer there from 1989 The recital will begin at in Ayers Recital locat ed in the Schuech Fine Arts Cen Works to be performed during the recital include Gavotte and Variations in A Minor by Jean Phillipe Sonata in C 3 by Ludwing Van Nocturne in C 1 by Frederic Suite pour le piano by Claude and 11 by Sergei Curtis has taught at the uni versity level for 17 Her past appointments include The University of The Uni versity of Texas at Baylor and Howard Payne She earned a bachelor of music degree from Southern Methodist a master of music degree from The Uni versity of doctor of musical arts from The University of Texas at Her past teachers include Alexander Alfred David and William She attended high school in Seguin and has studied with Professor Anita asso ciate professor of depart ment and holder of the Baenziger Professorship of Music at Curtis is an active adjudicator and Shehas been involved with computer applications in music since She writes and arranges music for ensemble Marriage Licenses following people were mar ried with licenses obtained in Comal County 3 James Arthur Conner Lav erne Baker of Gary Wayne Polk Dana Lynn Timmermann of Universal Gary Allen Newman Lydia Ann Geiger of Lawrence Rivera Diana Langunas of New Michael 0 Neill Mary Ellen Pritchett of Charles Leonard Pusaten Connie Price Iverson of Canyon Jose Luis Valenzvela Nor ma Ma Del Regugio Cruz 10 Dirk Eugene Hedden and Karen Michelle Fisk of New Martin Joseph Muschaleu and Julaine Bailey of McQuee Harry Horatio Hewitt and Debra Fay Kaiser of New Braun Franklin Hodges and Gladys Benker of Scotty Lee Mitchan and Rose mary Lou Irle of New Jack Dale Griffey and Elke Luise Lawyer of New Alan Philip Nunne and Patri cia Kathleen Hann of San Anto Armando Lara Aguirre and Ldri Diane Harlos of New Braun 17 Keith Allen Huffman and Rkrnona Louise Wiley of Shertz John Thomas Finely and Joy Aline Bullard of Spring Branch Dwight Anthony Wolvertan and MargaretGibeaut Doyle of Canyon Lake Ralph Jackson Shanafelt and Penny McCoy of Seguin William Markeith Crayton and Michelle Castilleja of New Braunfels Geoffrey Reinhold Uindt and Diana Lynn Bazany of Live Oak Horace Alvin Moore and Mary Millican Burns of San Mar cos Jack Bishop and Maxine Whitely Callaway of New Braun fels Bobby ONeal Hillin and Bet ty Ruth Hillin of New Braunfels Michael Ray Legg and Leslie WERE THE HOPE FOR THE KILLER LUNG LUNG 0 Chnsunas Seal People thv jjublislivi is public Ellen Esser of New Braunfels Christian Andrew Marbach and Suzanne Renee Pape of New Braunfels Plaza Ochoa and Annette Rodriguz Ochoa of New Braunfels Nooruddin Ali and Sandra Marie Dowdy of New Braunfels 24 Rodney Shane Bauwens and Michelle Renee Ohlschwager of New Nathan Edward Williams and Karen Susan Manka of San Anto Donald Poitras and Angela Marie Cleihent of Bul John Scott Humphrey and Jana Terrell of New Braun Agustin Anthony Palacios and Stephanie Baker of San Stephan Clark Grien and Mary Buckner Griem of San Barton Duane Lindemann and Susan Denise Denson of Dal Garland Henry Midkiffand Lisa Kaye Hamilton of Canyon Todd William onwalt and Teresa Gail Miller of Canyon Bobby Wayne Ottinger and Paula Murphy Ingram of Spring David Anthony Ryals and Iris Marie Arment of San Thomas Roger Group and Leita Jan Moore of San William Randal Cunningham and Betsy Ann Tarver of New March 3 Rodney Shane Bauwens and Michelle Renee Ohlschwager of New Nathan Edward Williams and Karen Susan Manka of San Anto Donald Poitras and Angela Marie Clement of Bul John Scott Humphrey and Jana Terrell of New Braun Agustin Anthony Palacios and Stephanie Baker of San Stephan Clark Grien and Mary Buckner Griem of San Barton Duane Lindemann and Susan Denise Denson of Dal Garland Henry Midkiff and Lisa Kaye Hamilton of Canyon Todd William onwalt and Teresa Gail Miller of Canyon Bobby Wayne Ottinger and Paula Murphy Ingram of Spring David Anthony Ryals and Iris Marie Arment of San Thomas Roger Group and Leita Jan Moore of San William Randal Cunningham and Betsy Ann Tarver of New Clinton Charles Weir and Danna Cook Seibold of New Wayne Martin Porterie and Donna Marie Voigt of New Francis Martinez and Diane Consvelo Ybarez of San Troy Shannon Dean and Lor na Lynn Falkenberg of Canyon Ray Garcia and Jessica Zamo ra of Universal Steven Ray Krahn and Shaw na Leeann Sassee of San Anto Henderson and Dannille Busch Head and New Donald Lee Offerman and Phylis Marie West of New Braun James Norman Smith and Amanda Lee Norris of Cesar Omar Maldonado and Maria Del Rosario Tucar Vasquez of New John William Muehl and Connie Lou Loveless of Universal David Nelson and Denise Sutherland of Rhode Wayne Dickerson and Tammy Allison Gilliam of Canyon Charles Clinton Wheeler and Sharon Lynch of New American Legion Comal Post 179 Announces Hall Rentals Available Capacity 250BAND AREA Kitchen Facilities Available Make your reservations early Call Mike Clark 6250179 Noon to 3 PM Reasonable Gil I HOOKS Daily Lunches WALNIJT 6 6296400 Fruit Veggie Lunches Burger Salads 240 Seguin 6257791 IH 35 and Walnut Yellow Rock Saloon 3413 Hunter Road 3967188 San Marcos Crossroads The Edge County Line Mark Haley The Dusters Restaurant NewBraunfels Featuring Contififfitfll pitting SOMMERSBY RICHARD CERE SATSUN WEEKDAYS NiUonnl Lampoon E3 WEEKDAYS i SATSUN 0 WEEDAYS Groundhog Day SATSUN WEEKDAYS Judas Project ALIVE SATSUN WEEKDAYS SATSUN WEEKDAYS BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS Friday Night Seafood Buffet HOFFA m WEEKDAYS MURPHY The Silver Krause 8 Bul verde March My Name is Tours to Lackland APB for dinner the ater at Arnold 8 March German Borderfest in March 625 CLAG demonstration by Ruth Art of Texas Hancock 7 March Community Chorale Eden Home Friendship March Music Study Club Seele Parish March Texas Youth Circle Arts March Auditions for A Wind Between the Krause Bulverde March NBAL demonstration in oil by Richard Arts Center Walnut March 7 Greater New Braunfels Arts Council Board of Directors NBAL Walnut March 7 Book Review Club Senior Landa March Community Chorale Eden Home Friendship March Symphony Austins Texas Suzuki Tour Jackson March Famous People The Childrens New Braunfels Civic March 7 Childrens MidTexas Seguin March Childrens MidTexas New March NBC police drama details legal process followed by the investiga tion of a malefemale detective team in the mellowyellow glare of Los What you get in tonights pre miere and Thursday nights sec ond episode is a wellcraft ed police procedural that neatly dodges the perils of an overfamil iar Associated Press NEW YORK One of the few things that doesnt work in NBCs fine new police Crime is the You theres no punishment Just chase catch em and bust em if youre Crime Punishment is not a companion piece to Law even though both series are produced and created by the same Dick Law Order gives you a half hour of fine police work followed by a halfhour of fine criminal all of it suffused with the silver light of New York Crime Punishment shows you the setup and execution of a Jans Van Tours Vhrch 5 Governor MuuionLBI Library March 7 San Antonio Little Theatre Our Town March 11 Painted Church Tour T March 12 Corpui Chriitie city by the tea 6255180 GUN SHOW CIVIC CENTER March 6 7 Hunting equipment and collectibles Come Trade 6296112 Price Burgers After 5pm Kids 5 under eat free from child menu Frozen Ritas till After 6 years ol using the name Road Noise weve changed our name to Cross Roads Mobile DJ Only the name has the service remains the We are available lor school company and special We also do special events such as the AustinTravis County Livestock Show and Rodeo Chili Cookoff and will be playing at the Comal County Fair in No group loo large or Weve played lor crowds in excess of Call us lirst lor your next get Cross Roads Is still the beat noire on theRoadll Call now far a Stan Elliott Mike DoMsey BIO 6B9H494 Eagles Hall New Braunfels 257 South Street 6257243 Bingo Every at 7 pm Eagles Hall is available for rental for all 3Eagav4UMs HOMEMADE MEXICAN FOOD Large Variety Mexican Dinners All dinners served with rice beans All our food is prepared from family fresh from scratch each We Invite you to come try our food and enjoy Breakfast Tacos All Kinds but everyday special Potato Egg 590 Open each day at 7 AM RoBars Cant Wait Call Ahead 598 Landa 6250122
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