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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 1, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Friday Oct HeraldZeitung ft 3 Statnmtisch Artists showing Several Comal County Artists will be participating in the 45th Annual River Art Show this weekend long the Riverwalk and La ViHita in San Anto nio They are Florence Brownfield Pat Deltz Dwaina Johnson Betty Mathis Erma Moss Jo Ann Wright and former resident Mary Zirkel The show and sale includes a juried com petition and demonstrations Hours are 10 to 6 Saturday and Sunday Oct 2 and 3 Admission is free VFW sale VFW Post 8800 Auxiliary will hold its annual second time around sale Oct 1 from to 5 in Startzville with both new and used items and art by local residents Post Mens Saturday morning breakfast 8 to 11 am Donations of articles accepted Call Harriet David at 899 7645 for information Cook with herbs Ruth Abel local herb expert will be at Schulz Nursery in Marion from 10 to 11 Saturday Oct 2 to demonstrate the culinary art of cooking with herbs It is free and the public is invited Marion Lions Club The Marion Lions Club will hold its annual turkey shoot at the Tsch iehart Farm north of Marion Sunday Oct 3 from noon until dark Call John at 2109142830 for information Trashfest 93 Saturday Oct 2 brings the 18th annual Trashfest in which the Texas Gulf Coast Council of Diving Clubs gathers members for an ecology dive to clean up the Comal River Last year more than pounds of garbage was taken from the river and its banks Call Gene or Sarah Baugher at 713 4334761 to find out how you can help 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 These Are Meeting Members of the Hermann Sons Albert Kupfer Lodge No 106 meet Friday Oct 1 at 7 For the social the Lodge will fur nish stew and members are reminded to bring an extra dish Since Halloween is in October children and adults if they so wish can dress in a Halloween costume The Captain James Jack Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet Monday Oct 4 at the Education Cen ter 430 West Mill Street Guest speaker will be artist and historian Ralph Wall Hostesses will be Mary Warren and Ruth Johnson The New Braunfels Optimist Club will meet at Monday Oct 4 at Finkels Salad Bar and Grill The Comal County Aggie Moms monthly meeting will be Monday Oct 4 at 7 pjn at the Garza St Hospital Classroom directly across the street from McKennas entrance The New Braunfels Newcomers Club will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday Oct 5 at the Seniors Center at 10 Coffee and donuts at Speaker Jeanette Felger will discuss how to live with your heritage and enjoy it The Mission Valley Extension Home maker Club will meet Oct 5 at in the county meeting room The program by Clarinell Hahn will concern her trip to the Holy Land The New Braunfels Retired Teachers Association will meet Wednesday Oct 6 in the NBISD Education Center Board Room The business meeting and program will begin at 10 preceded by coffee and cookies at The program will be presented by Bob Woffard state game war den Comal County Habitat For Humanity will meet at on Thursday Oct 7 at the Dittlinger Memorial Library Call 6257005 for more information The New Braunfels Newcomers Club special activity for October will be held at the Senior Center Thursday Oct 7 at 7 for a dessert and games party Mem bers bring a dessert and your favorite game A coalition of former military wives will meet at 2 Sunday Oct 10 at the Air port Shoneys at Jones Maltzberger and Loop 410 Speaker Marty Calhoun will present a program on assertiveness training Call 6538668 for information The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary will hold its membership dinner and program Oct 12 at Don Worths will put on a style show with aux iliary members modeling The membership banquet for the Veter ans of Foreign Wars to Post Auxil iary will be Oct 11 at at the Post Home Canyon Balladeers will perform and 5th District President Irene Henae will attend Reservations must be made by Oct 6 Call 6254403 9047348 or 6256438 The William Hightower Chapter Sons of the American Revolution will hold its monthly dinner meeting Tuesday Oct 12 at Finkels Salad Bar and Grill at Call 6258110 The local chapter of Home Economists in Home and Community will meet Thurs day Oct 14 at at Holiday House 2139 E Hildebrand Call 4960344 The first meeting of the Irish Cultural Society of San Antonio for the 199394 season will be at 7 Sunday Oct 17 at Blessed Sacrament Parish Hall 600 Oblate San Antonio Call 2103428667 The Canyon Lake Fischer Family and Community Education Club will meet Oct 19 at at Fischer Store School Community Center Joe Taylor county extension agent will present the program Powder Puff mechanics Call 9352176 Parents Without Partners Hill Country Chapter has a variety of events sched uled for October including family movie night discussion nights Monday Night Football adult get togethers and more Call 2106581227 Tis tfee Season VYEAR ROUND CHRISTMAS VILLAGE A Unique Store of Holiday Images and Exciting Collectables Come experience this world of timeless traditions in historic downtown New Braunfels OPEN 7 DAYS TILL THURS FBI SAT 265 W San Antonio St New Braunfels Nathan Spring Branch New Braunfels 210 6086131 San Antonio 210 5086131 Selling Printing and Related Items Daily Lunch Special MondaySaturday 6257373 All Mqjor Credit Cards 210 HWY 81 E MF 2pm SatSun 3pm prizes and a silent auction will also be held The church is located at 572 W San Antonio Street 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 I I Includes coffee or tea soup or saladj choice of vegetables including j real mashed will run from 7 to 9 The fes tival will also feature games food rides and a raffle Library book sale The Friends of Dittlinger Memorial Library annual book sale will be held Oct 68 at the New Braunfels Civic Center 380 S Seguin Street 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 Voter forums The Comal Area Provisional League of Women Voters will host two forums to acquaint the public with the ballot issues for the Nov 2 election The first SPECIAL OFFER introducing the New Sealy Posturepedk Sleep System Choose from Twin Full Queen and King sets Available now in a choice of comfort for everybody INTRODUCTORY PRICING Consort Firm Posturepedk 169 TWIN EA PC FullEa Queen 499 King 3p Savoie Plush Posturepedic 169 TWIN EA PC Queen 2p King 3p Sauterne Cushion Firm Posturepedic 199 TWIN EA PC FullEa Queen King 3P Free Delivery and Setup 90Doy No Interest Plan Jrodelns Per Set We will allow more if we con STARCKES CARRIES ALL 16 POSTUREPEDIC SLEEP SETS Dont Miss the New Sealy Posturepedic Sleep System Come in today and try one out 300 S Austin St 3794622 104 N Austin 3724532 Seguln Texas forum will be Wednesday Oct 6 at 7 at the NBISD Board Room 430 West Mill Street Guest speaker will be Dr Tucker Gibson assistant profes sor of political science at Trinity Uni versity The second forum will be Monday Oct 11 at 7 at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Coop erative at 10 FM 3159 Senator Jeff Went worth will speak on proposed amendments to the Texas Constitu tion For information call Darlene Hicks at 6295167 or Margaret Moses at 6257030 Joys Floral Designs 620JOYS 453 W San Antonio St across from Don Maxwell Chevrolet FRESH CUT LARGE MEDIUM SMALL ROSES 1 DOZ ARRANGED AND specials prices through October 10 Come See Us ristian Tellowsfiip Meeting at Memorial School 1900 S Walnut Everyone Welcome This Sunday October 3 1993 AM Sunday School AM Morning Worship For the next several weeks our focus of study will be on Praise and Worship the principles and applications Join us Elementary 1 Church office 6204353 1278 Hillcrest off Loop 337 PM Sunday Nights At Daysprlng Fellowship Supper Everyone Welcome Theres a place for you in ihe Dayspring family when you visit you should expect to Warm hearted worship Biblecenlercd leaching A caring congregation Come share the warmth and love of Dayspring Church this Sunday In Essentials Unity In NonEssenlials Liberty In All Things Love Nursery each service Church available up to 4th grade TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Rose oil 6 Decelerates 11 Fish disease 14 Small amount 15 Insert mark 16 Firearm owners org 17 Visitor 19 Reduce 20 Bell sound 21 Irish river 22 Piano composition 24 Bring forth young 26 Coupled 27 Max 30 Male birds 32 Fragrant wood 33 French people 34 Sort of suff 37 Bangs into 38 Labyrinths 39 Native of Warsaw 40 United 41 Domesticates 42 Of arm bones 43 Went quickly 45 Fast in music 46 Backbones 48 Frog genus 49 on plunders 50 A North African 52 Location 56 Diamond feat 57 Eyepopping 60 Stopping place 61 Zeus daughter 62 Originated 63 whiz 64 Madrid title 65 Picayune DOWN 1 Spin like 2 Exam answer 3 Byebye 4 Altar boys 5 Umps relative 6 Disdain 7 Garden area 8 French river 9 Miniature 10 Stripes 11 Raids 12 Unrefined 13 Detested 18 Rip 23 Fasten with string 25 Dawn deity 26 Buddies 27 Card game 28 Alda or Ladd 29 Funny woman 30 Stunned 31 Regrets 33 Hockey 35 Bed support 36 Villains opposite PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 1993 United Feature Syndicate 38 Floor covers 39 Happiness 41 Locks of hair 42 Coffee container 44 Some 45 Brazilian river 46 Bit of shrubbery 47 Dried fruit 48 Dynamo part 50 Signify 51 Eight pref 53 Conspiracy 54 Kiln 55 A card 58 Front pref 59 Head cover AnSW6rS of Phones 19QO4543S35 ext COde 500 95c pa minute
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