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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 1, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                16 HeraldZeitung Friday Oct Club Notes Beta Sigma Phi Preceptor Rho Chapter of Beta Sig ma Phi held its opening day meeting August in the home of Linda Kietert members were given their new yearbooks designed by Rosemary Allen Kay Franklin and Janie Remm Icr The yearbooks were cleverly designed to carry out this years inter national theme of Treasure Special The meeting was cohost ed by the Social Committee composed ofPatty School Cheryl McDougald Joan Blankenbeker Sue Hahn and Barbara Johnson Preceptor Rho Chapter of Beta Sig ma Phis regular September meeting was held in the home of Carolyn Williams on Sept 13 Cohostess was Cheryl McDougald A very interest ing and informative program was pre sented by Myra Lee Adams Goff and Roscmarie Leissncr Gregory on their soon to be published book New Braunfels Comal County A Pictorial Any Beta Sigma Phi member liv ing in the New Braunfels area who is on leave of absence or has recently moved to the area and is interested in becoming active locally please call Jimmie Becker at 6254477 for infor mation American Legion vThe American Legion Unit No 179 met Sept 2 with President Mary Owens presiding After the opening ritual Owens welcomed Mary Dean and Dorothy Ebert Senior vicePresi dent Patsy Vineyard reported mem bership at 124 Ardith Mueller Amer icanism chairperson encouraged every one to fly their flags over the Labor Day weekend Girl State chairperson Dorisse Krueger introduced Kristy McDougald and mother Cheryl Kristy sponsored by the unit spoke on her experiences at Girl State Other citizens unable to come are Carrie Morrison Amy Holt man and Lezee Bartrum The Boy State citizens spoke to the Post and Auxiliary too Owens appoint ed Mary Dean and Flo Hoffman as Poppy Legislative and National Home chairpersons Fourteenth District is Oct 1517 in New Braunfels Krueger is registration chairperson and prereg ister by Oct 9 Constitution bylaw suggestion for change of meeting hour change 730 to 8 A monetary gift was given to the United Way Posts Christmas party set for Dec 12 Republican women The Canyon Lake Republican GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave ALL SHOWS BEFORE PM Times good thru The Good Son McCauliy Culkin f SATSUN WEEKDAYS MALICE Aleo Baldwin Nicola Kidman SI SATSUN 120320520720 920 WEEKDAYS 520720920 fForLove oMoney I Michael J WEEKDAYS 1HE JAMES CAANfeJ SATSUN WEEKDAYS Striking Distance BiuceWillii SATSUN WEEKDAYS 540 OM BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS Times good thru A GRAND SLAMI US SATSUN WEEKDAYS Pauly Shore SATSUN WEEKDAYS Speech contest The New Braunfels Toastmasters Club recently held Its fall speech contest at Omas House Restaurant If you missed this one dont miss the next Pictured are the winners Alice Brlones humorous speech Hilda Bryant table topics and Joe and Shay Tlmmlns lip sync Womens Club met Sept 15 at the Flying Chef restaurant for their regular meeting A report was made on the fish fry in August which was declared a success Lucille Biegel legislative chairman gave a report on various items especially the Presidents health reform plan and encouraged members to contact their representatives in Con gress to express their views The pro gram was Republican vs Democrat ic given by Lucille Over Youth For twoandahalf hours on a recent Saturday and again Sunday the newly formed Just Over Youth group pro vided the community with an out standing dinner show at the Senior Cit izen Center on Landa Street When the doors opened for the first performance the dining room was a lovely sight Each table was fully set up for six diners A steak dinner was served No line to stand in very classy Gladys Battling coordinated the meal The melodrama The Town That Couldnt Wake was ably directed by Jean heck A cast of 91 was appar ent on the stage with possibly that many more working aback stage and in the kitchen The setting was frontier town LAN Potluck in 1877 The story was based on Sleeping All the costumes and makeup were done by Helen Nolan and her helpers Id say the Indian outfit was the most outstanding But how can I say that really Each costume was great The play was so filled with laughter from the audience that it was some times hard to hear the lines People booed the villain Badpenny Harry Myers and cheered the hero Tom Lawrence John When Chief Thousand Feathers Jim Cooney kissed Lark Bluebonnet Ann Monday he inadvertently got war paint on her face Everyone ir eluding the cast laughed and laughed jntil Ann held up her hand to the audieice and said Hush up I have anotheline Louise Stott had the longest singing roice rang out clear strong part and her and wonder ul The show IU11 house I time for all Club both days played to a was a happy and joyous the audience and the cast RenaGirten JANS VAN TOURS 14 OneDay Trip Real Donaho Game Ranch Utopia TX Scenic mountains A rewarding experience Kerrvllle Charter Bus Resevatlons requiredcall Jan at 2106295279 Biegel and Frances Shannon Lunch followed for those wishing to stay The next regular meeting will be Oct 20 Prospective members should call Pat sy Newton at 9643585 Comal Elementary PTO On Saturday Sept 18 the Comal Elementary School held its annual fall work day Thanks to the generosity of La Farge volunteers were able to pad the playground equip ment areas with two loads of pea grav el which A Linares Co graciously delivered in their trucks Gardenville Horticultural donated a tandem load of ballpark sand for the baseball areas Another contributor Eberhard Lum ber provided 50 feet of chicken wire to repair the baseball backstop along with paint brushes and other Friday 812 no cover Gary Primitch Saturday 15 no cover Wimberley Volunteer Fire Ants Saturday Night Alvin Crow Sunday 48 no cover Jimmy La Fave Night Tribe Thursday no cover Hugh Moffat for more information 6250142 Friday Oct 1 DK The Network Saturday Oct 2 Stingrays OPEN TIL Hwy 306 2673 9643992 LETS CELEBRATE HOITY TO IT BEER JOINTS 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY V SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 MUSIC BY TIM WILLIAMS featuring TAINTED ROSE 9PM 421 E Torrey Street 6250107 needed hardware items Roman Friesenhahn provided a front end loader to help move and spread the gravel and sand Robert Yuras of Yuras Roofing donated his time and skill to build a platform along with the help of Tony Shedrock Other volunteers included Earl Schwab Vincent Schwab Rick Leber Susan Gitcho Pam Campbell Rudy Lopez Larry Friesenhohn Mrs Bees and Daniel Sanchez Mr and Mrs Wolma organized the donations and Joe McElroy coordinat ed and oversaw the volunteer efforts October 158 years ago FIRST SHOT FIRED FOR TEXAS INDEPENDENCE living history battle reenactment In Gonzales 5pm PIONEER VILLAGE Ferdmnd Undhdmw Daughter of to Republic olTextl FROZEN MARGARITAS Price Burgers j I after eat In only I JL Big Screen Footoall JL 381 Landa 6293311 MlTCttEN Live Entertainment Sat 2ndTBA Tue 5th Revivals Thu 7thAl Barlow A Gruene Music Fest Warm Up Party Mollys JRhrer JRoad General Store Home of The O 4CES Patio Thursday 30th BIG O in the Cantina Friday 1st QUARTER MOON on the Patio Saturday 2nd REVIVAL BROTHERS on the Patio Music Open till 2am Cover charge River Rd 620RAFT PRESENTS NEW VIETNAMESE Meaty spring roll wrapped In rice Two snow rolls with shrimp pork and green soft rice paper Spring roll on thin rice noodles with Sliced beef stirfried with lemon grass noodles Grilled sliced pork on thin rice noodles 6 BUN TOM Jumbo shrimp grilled and served on thin Rice flour crepe filled with pork shrimp served with herbs and lettuce Sliced chicken stirfried with lemon Chicken salad made with cabbage and 10MIXAODON Stirfried meats and vegles on crisp 6251542 COURTYARD CUISINE paper a id deepfried onion wrapped In lettuce and clllantro and garlic on thin rice Money itlce noodles bean sprouts and SHOPPING CENTER Payments LACKS Finance Charge til Zenith 25 Sentry II TV Remote Control Features remote 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Wide Screen TV Features PlP remote 125 wait stereo sound sleep timer 176 channel tuning and more 702480 BenchCraft 2 PC Sectional High back contemporary sectional features full at each end Upholstered in dnrnblt Herculon Rcu If you likesports come by Lacks for Your plus Hotel Room I Now through Tuesday ONLY Minimum purchase of Buy with no money down and make no payments until January with approved credit Finance charges will accrue bul will be refunded il accounl is paid in full on or before January Does not apply to previous purchases Offer ends October Requires purchase o or more Customer will receive two tickets lo a home same of their favorite Texas professional sports team plus holel accommodations One person must be 18 years or older Oder ends October See store for details Lacks of New Braunfels 971 W San Antonio 6257324   

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