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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 21, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Stammtisch A really big shoe The Gomal County Fair Show Float semifinalists are on display at Tis The Season in downtown New Braunfels Semifinalists were chosen from every school in the Comal County area The final winners will be announced today Music boosters gather The Canyon High School Music1 Boosters will meet Tuesday Sept 21 at in the band hall All parents will children in the band choir or pep squad are urged to attend Lots of Bach The Texas Bach Choir will hold its first annual Texas Music Festival Sun day Sept 26 from 11 to 5 at pavilion 4 in MacArthur Park in San Antonio Games food and drinks will be available All proceeds benefit the Texas Bach Choir Tickets are for adults and for children Performers will include Aaron Allen Jim Stewart and Friends and Tim Henderson Call 73 63375 for information Hummel Museum The Hummel Museum grand open ing is Oct and 3 The grand open ing ceremony Saturday Oct 2 at 10 is free to all However please purchase reserve tickets or return the registration sheet for all special events by Sept 20 Call the Hummel Museum at 6255636 for details Fall Fashion Frolic The Fall Fashion Frolic a luncheon and style show will be held at Saturday Oct 2 in Wesley Hall of the First United Methodist Church in New Braunfels Tickets are and must be bought in advance Call Bon nie at 8994613 or Rene at 6294930 for details The event is sponsored by the United Methodist Women and will be emceed by Paul McLaughlin Fash ions will come from Lise J Woman Cholletts Mens and Ladies Fashions The Collection and Celebrations Door Tuesday Sept 3 GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave ALL SHOWS BEFORE PM Times good thru mmm SATSUN WEEKDAYS Striking Distance Bruce Willii SATSUN TA03MSM7M WEEKDAYS 5MTMOM WITHOUT A FACE SATSUN N WEEKDAYS 935 iReal McCoy SATSUN KimBuiinger 120320520720920 r WEEKDAYS PG13 520720920 ndercover lues SATSUN Connery Snipes SATSUN CUM HlblNGSUN WEEKDAYS BRAUNTEX 62S4411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS good thru Rebecca DeMomay Don Johnson zae o ai o prizes and a silent auction will also be held The church is located at 572 W San Antonio Street Watercolor demonstration Mary Jo Harding of Wimberley will demonstrate in watercolors at the New Braunfels Art League meeting at 7 Tuesday Sept 21 at the Arts Cen ter 646 Walnut Square Show off New Braunfels Elderhostel alums are invited to be on the host team of the local Elder hostel sponsored by the Historic Museums Association Oct 38 You know how much fun it is and how much we all like to show off New Braunfels Call Clyde Blackman at 6291572 to be an ambassador Ori entation will be held at the Sophienburg Museum at 401 West Coll at 5 Sept 21 Band boosters meet The NBHS Band Boosters will meet Tuesday Sept 21 at at the band hall All parents and supporters are invited Inner peace speaker An international speaker will be at the north building Victoria Bank and Trust 1000 Walnut Wednesday Sept 22 at and The free introductory lecture is sponsored by the Inner Peace Movement and the topic will be Learn more about your sensitivity and how it can work for you Call 6254361 for more details MS support group The New Braunfels Multiple Scle rosis Support Group will meet Thurs day Sept 23 at Finkels Restaurant The guest speaker will be Kay Reed Caring for kids The next meeting of the Comal County Caring for Children Committee will be held at at McKenna Memorial Hospital board meeting room Thursday Sept 23 Anyone interested in the program is welcome Family reunion The Haas Kruckmeyer Rauch Bruemmer family reunion will be held Sept 26 at the Albert Kypfer Lodge in Clear Springs starting at 11 Each family is requested to bring a meat vegetable or salad dish Drinks and utensils will be furnished Call Ray mond Haas at 9210 6250873 for infor mation Concert in the park Sunday Sept 26 brings an after noon of free music on the German Her itage Park grounds in HemisFair Park in San Antonio Use the Alamo Street entrance The Pretzel Benders will per form at 1 and the Band Aid Jazz Band will perform at pjn German food drinks and beer will be sold You can bring a picnic lunch folding chairs or blankets Symphony concert The MidTexas Symphony will pre sent Christopher Taylor this years bronze medalist in the Ninth Van Cliburn International Piano Competi tion in a concert at 4 Sunday Sept 26 in Jackson Auditorium on the campus of Texas Lutheran College in Seguin Maestro Akira Endo will con duct the orchestra Taylor is the first American to finish among the top six in the competition since 1981 He will perform Tchaikowskys Piano Con certo N 1 in B Flat Minor Tickets are for adults for college students and senior citizens and for students through high school age They are available at First Choice and the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and will also be sold at the door Friends of education Canyon High School Friends of Education will meet Tuesday Sept 28 at 6 in the high school library Dr Jerry Major district superinten dent will give abrief talk on school taxes and facilities Art on display The following artists will be dis playing work in local businesses though October Erma Moss Texas Commerce Bank Florence Brownfield Victoria Band and Trust committee room Pat Deltz Kettle Restaraunt Wanda McNeill Dr Mercers office Vivian Curry Dr Barrs office Marie RaWls Wuests Landa Pat Smith Bpyer and Friesenhahn Grant Lathe Library Georgie Bush Mayo Invest ments and Jack Price Mike Mullins CPA office Garagecraft sale The Canyon Lake Chamber of Com merce presents its semiannual garage and craft sale Saturday Oct 2 from 9 to at the Canyon Lake Plaza parking lot Spaces are for rent for Call 210 9642223 to reserve a space Rain date is Saturday Oct 9 Annual Parish festival The Immaculate Conception Catholic Church will hold its annual parish festival Sunday Oct 3 Barbe cue beef and sausage plates will be served from noon until 8 An auc tion will be held at 4 and a free dance with music by Cactus Country will run from 7 to 9 The fes tival will also feature games food rides and a raffle Defensive driving Comal ISO Community Education Defensive Driving Class taught by Charlie Rose is scheduled for to Oct 5 and 7 in room FALL ALLERGY SUFFERERS Do you have a runny nose sneezing or itchy eyes during September or October If so we need volunteers for an allergy research study involving an investigational drug Skin tests monitoring by a Board Certified Allergist and lab tests provided at no cost Participants will also be paid up to CHRONIC ASTHMA SUFFERERS Do you take asthma medication either daily or occasionally If so you may be eligible for an asthma research study using an investigational medication Lab testing physician monitoring and lung function testing provided at no charge You will also be paid up to fWQ 9036 CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH 6299036 RESEARCH 705A Landa New Braunfels 1 a U Fall Lunch Specials Gritted catch of the day Homemade pasta creation of the day Traditional German American Favorites 6253280 u i t 100th Anniversary Gomal County F ir Tuesday Sept 21Sunday 26 This the 100th Anniversary of the fair Food and many exhibits will be featured Everyone is invited Come out and enjoy the fun Wednesday 22nd Night in Olde New Braunfels Dance Contest Grand March Great Food Fair Parade Friday 24th Downtown New Braunfels Rodeo Performances nightly Thurs 23Sat 25 Entertainment Tuesday Sept 21Crossroads Wednesday Sept 22CIoverleaf Band Thursday Sept 23County Line Band Friday Sept 24Clay Blaker Saturday Sept 25The Goolaks am Sunday Sept 26Southbound Saturday 25th Chili CookOff 92 Arts Craft Show Sunday 26th 10am7pm Plus much much more 5 at Canyon High School Call 625 8576 or 6258081 to enroll Library book sale The Friends of Dittlinger Memorial Library are making final plans for their annual book sale which will be held Oct 68 at the New Braunfels Civic Center 380 S Seguin The Oct 6 sale will be for members of the Friends of the Library and the next two days will be open to the public The sale will be open to the public Oct 7 from 9 to 9 and Oct 8 from 9 to GermanAmerican Day Wednesday Oct 6 brings German American Day Oktoberfest to the Grounds of San Antonios German Heritage Park at the Alamo Street entrance to HemisFair Park Events run from 5 to 10 with music food dancing and more Call 6965372 for information Golf tournament The Comal County American Can cer Society chapter will hold its fourth annual River Country Golf Tourna ment Monday Oct 11 at the Chaparral Country Club in Seguin Teeoff time for the twogolfer scramble is 9 Oct 8 is the registration deadline Call 6295717 or pick up entry forms at the Landa Park Golf Course or the senior center on Landa Street A per play er donation includes green fees cart rental lunch and refreshments Prizes and ribbons will be awarded and a new golf cart or will go to anyone hitting a hole in one Family Outreach Family Outreach will present a train ing for new volunteers beginning Oct 9 If you have the desire to make a dif ference in our community to make a difference in childs life call 620 1299 to find out more Volunteers are trained to work with families wishing to make healthy changes in their lives Volunteers are needed for office work chairing support groups working directly with families public speak ing heading parenting classes fund raising phone work and more Swing your partner Square dancing is the fun way to exercise and lessons start Oct 11 For two free classes call Dick Rector at 6292014 or Frances Harmon at 629 2014 Wurstffest Art Show Almost as old as Wurstfest itself the 30th annual Wurstfest Art Show will be held in the New Braunfels Art Leagues downtown building 239 W San Antonio Street Area artists are invited to enter the show which runs Oct 29 to Nov 7 In a separate juried competition of selected entries Oct 28 winners will receive cash awards and ribbons The Grumbacher Silver Medallion Award and a Best of Show ribbon also will be presented More than 70 spaces are available and are 3feet by 8feet each Fees are for members and for nonmembers No nudes kits greenware or resale merchandise is allowed Deadline is Oct 15 Standby applications will be taken after that date Show hours are from 10 to 6 except for the final day which ends at 4 Exhibitors will be required to man a central sales table for four hours For information and entry forms call 210 6298022 between 10 and 5 MONEY PROBLEMS LOVE PROBLEMS UNHAPPY New Braunfels Psychic can be the answer for you Contact her for a private consultation 2040 E IH13 Exit 190 mile from Canyon High School New Braunfels Texas 78130 210 6089102 9 Se Habla Espanol TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Information 6 Ready money 10 the night 14 Motionless 15 Eight pref 16 Skin problem 17 More painful 18 Fibber 19 Annapolis sch 20 Snooze 22 Stripped 24 Faded 26 Tenants 27 Divider 31 sauce 32 Aches 33 Failures slang 35 Soft drink 38 Excited 39 Doesnt succeed 40 Plant stem 41 Command ments 42 Carried 43 Coercion 44 Beetle 45 Track star 47 Schooled 51 Color 52 Bought back 54 Tawdry 58 Many 59 Leave out 61 Sharp weapon 62 Swamp 63 Positive 64 Outer 65 UK money 66 Weight allowance 67 Tempest DOWN 1 State treasury 2 Forest ox 3 Cinch slang 4 Drifting 5 In dire 6 t juntaln pass 7 Sour 6 Step 9 Reaps 10 Faithful 11 Squander 12 Actor Ed 13 Fishes 21 Favorite 23 Baseballs Slaughter 25 Rule out 27 Tiff 28 Leaf of book 29 Jungle animal 30 Historic sites 34 Dozed 35 Separate 36 As soon as 37 Duke or baron 39 Premier 40 Shrink PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 92193 1993 United Feature Syndicate 42 contention 43 Conclusions 44 Calorie counter 46 Arrange 47 Streetcars Brit 48 Kindled again 49 Worship 50 Have scruples 53 Terrible 55 Division word 56 Mark of a wound 57 Control site 60 Asian festival Call For Answers Touchtone or Rotary RhonM 18004M8585 ext code 500 minute
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