New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 11, 1993, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 11, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 11, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Jay Erie Jay Erie will be performing at Gruene Hall at 9 p.m. Saturday, April 17. More information is available at 625*0142. Bluegrass band set for Stafford Opera House Hal Ketchum Hal Ketchum will be performing at Gruene Hall Thursday, April 15. More information is available at 625-0142. Aristocrats of bluegrass music and of regional architectural history will come together when Alan Munde and Country Gazette, one of the true bluewoods of bluegrass music performs at 8 p.m., April 17 at the restored Stafford Opera House in Columbus. Alan Munde, a five-string banjo player is in his third decade with Country Gazette. The bluegrass band playes vocal and instrumental music. Tickets for the event are $10 for Adults, and $5 for children 12 and under. Tickets may be pur- a I J.. /-• AP A multi cultural q    concert series ■ V    Downtown' Come enjoy New Braunfels' musical heritage Thursday evenings in April - on the PU/*. of course! ~ . APRIL H J ■’ Hi non Schlxmeux The Community Band (German/Traditional) 4° APRIL 15 Jim Hoi (early'l ent Music) Al Harlow (Comal County Folk) APRIL 22 Savannah Role (Country/W e» tem) APRIL 29 Mariachi Cardenas "Keo* de Mexico' (Traditional Mexican) ★ 7 pm on the Pla/jt A Bring your lawn chair and thick with Plum bunmxxts jot t oru.trI spiciaU * 3°odmusic, V A ^ good times fa • chased at the Style Shop in Columbus, or by mail at The Stafford Opera House, P.O. Box 817, Columbus, Tx., 78934. More information is available at (409) 732-5135. Cill I BOOKS AV All ABI! WALNUT 6 629-6400 IU 35 and Walnut Ave. ALL SHOWS BEFORE 600 PM $3 OO Times good 4/9 thru 4/15 ROBERT REDFORD r RI SAT-SUN MORT INDECENT 2:004:30 7:00 9:20 PROPOSAL OTHER DAYS fiji 4:30 7:00 9:20 FRI-SAT SUN 12 50 2 50 4 50 HICK HINN 7 05 9 15 0 OTHER DAYS 4-50 7 059 IS 'III* AND FRI SAT SUN A HALF 1:10 3 00 4 55 7:15 9 30 .    .    OTHER    DAYS |po1 4 55 7 1! ■M rn I J’ S^oL°r a FRI SAT SUN 1:003:105 10 7 20 9 35 OTHER DAYS 10 7 20 9 35 rn. : hi ta arr FRI SAT SUN ■MUA n un .KA III 1 30 3 30 5 30 laciunuH    7    30    9    30 AM.. MIK MI r^-1 OTHE R DAYS I 1 5 30 7 : FRI SAT SUN HIK    1:45 3 45 5 45 .nUlSllrn OT HEYDAYS ULI 5 45 7 45 9 45 BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W San Antonio $1.00 ALL SHOWS $100 Times good 4/7 thru 4/15 KEVIN WHITNEY HOLETON 200 4 30 "THE BODYGUARD" QTH6R DAYS •■I 4 30 /00 9 30 pa FRI-SAT-SUN MON The triumph of 2054:36 '■•a’mSc.P''" onS®vs ALI Vt (N, 4 35 7 05 9 35 SEBASTOPOL HISTORICAL FESTIVAL I Saturday, April 17 • IO a.m. to 6 p.m. * Riverview Park, Seguin] Admission - $2, under se bool age ehildren KH KF. Free parking adjacent to the Festival Flus historic children's games and activities A Patting Yah) A Candle-Dipping A Marbles A Hort*eshoes A Sack Races A Beanbag Tosh A Pioneer Toys A And Lots More Food booth* feature loft drink*, lemonade, barbecue sundwiche*, turkey leg*, beef and chicken fajita*, pizza, kwrh roast sandwiches, popcorn, pickle* and more. V1KITTI1E BEER GARDEN AND ARTH AND CHAFES BOOTHS IGK Volksmarsch starting at the WavePtiol Sputum*tit by Trinity T rekker* ★ 1993 Texas Ladies State Championship Chili Cookoff Alw in Riverview Turk Tour of Historic Seguin Boat Show sponsored by LAKEVIEW on the water at Hot Shots lake McQueeney Saturday, April 17 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM 'Moriah »Monark ^Charger »Mariner »American Skier Enjoy tho Easter Holiday With Family and Friends! We Will Be Closed Easter Sunday April 11 Mr. Gatti's needs DELIVERY DRIVERS Must be 21 or over & have own vehicle with insurance. Apply in Person Mr. Gatti's In Walnut Square Center The Belt Pizza In Town • •• WALNUT SQUARE (WALNUT AVE. at IH-35) 625-5165 Orv.-'J ©OO00 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL 625-2279 111 Landa Street r HALL RENTALS BINGO i Available for all Lie# 1237133243342002 occasions Every Monday accommodates evening. \ 540 people. Early Bird-7:15 Call today for info. Regular Game - 7:30. I t Subscribing to the Hvrald-Zeitung is more valuable than ever! What the Preferred Reader's Club is all about____ The Preferred Reader's Club is the Herald-Zeitung's new membership program for subscribers which will entitle them to valuable discounts at many local and area retailers. How you can become a member... Becoming a member of the Preferred Reader's Club is easy ... you need simply meet these lirements: •You must subscribe to the Herald-Zeitung for 3 )ths, 6 months or 12 months. '•You must pay for your subscription in advance. it's In It for you? Not only will you be receiving the only local daily How to renew your membership... Since your membership card is good only for the term of your subscription, you will receive a new one each time you renew your subscription. When your subscription is about to expire, we will send you a renewal notice by mail and upon receiving your payment,we'll send you an updated membership card valid for that subscription period. As long as you keep your subscription current, you'll automatically continue to be a club member. Watch Sunday, May 2,1993 for the full page ad listing the participating merchants and the discounts offered! Getting on the growing list of participating merchants is as easy as calling the Herald-Zeitung 625-9144 ASK FOR HOPE Who belongs to the Preferred Reader's Club? More than 7,000 area readers will be signed up to the Preferred Reader's Club throughout 1992 and 1993. Upon renewal of their subscriptions, our readers will be mailed a membership card that will be valid for the term of that subscription and a brochure listing all participating merchants, addresses, phone numbers and discounts or specials offered. Signs will be provided for the participating merchants to place near their cash registers or in windows. The liisl Sunday QI each month a full page (or larger) ad will run listing the merchants, discounts and specials currently offered. Call today to get information and be added to the listl ;

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