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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 4, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday Nov HeraldZeltung 7 Stammtisch Symphony Concert The MidTexas Symphony Guild will hold a concert fcaturig guest artist Craig T Engclman on Bassoon Sun i day Nov 14 at 4 in the New Braunfcls Civic Center Tickets arc for adults S8 for seniors and college students and S3 for students through high school Tickets are available at First Choice the chamber of commerce office and at the door Call 6290336 for information Heritage exhibit The annual heritage exhibit runs through Nov 7 at the New Braunfels Civic Center This years theme is Comal County Fair 100 Years of Tickets arc S3 for adults Wurstfest 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 all during Wurstfest Show hours arc from 10 to 6 except for the final day which ends at Where in the world Take a trip to the old country at the Childrens Museums Where in the World is Germany exhibit in Landa Recreation Center during Wurstfest The special exhibit will be open from 9 to 5 Nov 1 5 and from noon until 6 Nov 6 and 7 Call 6200939 for information Campaign for Christ Community Campaign for Christ Nov 4 5 and 6 Thursday and Friday from to 9 and Saturday from 1 to 3 at 174 West End New Braunfels Go to the West End Church of Christ to hear speaker BB Gatson minister of the Delcrest church of Christ in San Antonio on the topics Falling in Love with What is the Church and Regaining Our Fami Poppy drive American Legion and Auxiliary Comal Post 179 and Guadalupe Valley Post 35 will hold the annual poppy drive Nov 4 and 5 Proceeds go to vet erans their families and hospitalized veterans Look for a Legionnaire or auxiliary member and make a dona tion Juvenile justice The Comal Area Provisional League of Women Voters will begin a yearlong study of the issues of juvenile violence and juvenile justice in Comal County with a panel discussion on Nov 4 Issues to be discussed include the judi cial process special issues involved in dealing with juveniles the magnitude of the juvenile crime problem and types of crimes most often committed by juvenile offenders The public is encouraged to attend the program at 7 at the Herb Schneider Room of Victoria Bank and Trust Call Darlene Hicks at 6295167 or Olga Lara at 629 3054 for information World Community Day Church Women United will cele brate World Community Day with a special service Friday Nov 5 at at Peace Lutheran Church 1147 S Walnut across from WalMart Every one is invited Arts and crafts There will be an Arts and Crafts Show at the New Braunfels Elks Lodge Nov 6 If you would like a table to sell your wares call Alice Simpson at 6205917 or Mary Golden at 6290070 There is a S10 donation requested for each table All proceeds go to the Texas Childrens Hospital at Octtinc The event will run from 8 to 5 Hot biscuits and sausage gravy and coffee for those who want to eat Cost will beS2 Communication workshop The Four Secrets To Highly Effec tive Relationships will be held Sun day Nov 7 from 1 to 5 at the Unity Church Social Room 222 W San Antonio in San Marcos Call 512 3925199 to prcrcgistcr Janet Pontious You arc extended a cordial invitation to sec and hear the well known evan gelist chalk artist Janet Pontious this Sunday Nov 7 at the Foursquare Gospel Church 430 306 one half mile west of Interstate 35 at 11 and 7 For information call 6292843 Fall revival First Baptist Church of Canyon Lake will hold its fall revival from Nov 7 to 10 Services will be Sunday Nov 7 continued at 7 Sunday Weekday services will be at 11 and 7 Monday through Wednes day Dr Robert Sutton pastor of Thou sand Oaks Baptist in San Antonio will preach and Wayne Sewell assistant pastor and Minister of Music and Edu cation at Eisenhauer Road Baptist Church in San Antonio will sing The church is located in Horseshoe Falls Estates off Highway 306 Course of Miracles Course of Miracles introductory classes Nov and 29 If interested call 5123967620 Candlelight vigil The Comal County Womens Center will hold a candlelight vigil to remem ber victims of domestic violence in Comal County on Nov 9 at 7 on the Main Plaza downtown The Womens Center offers emergency shelter support and legal advocacy to victims of domestic and sexual assault The 24hour crisis line is 620HELP For information call 6207520 The public is invited Murder She Sang Murder She Sang will be performed Nov 12 14 at Krause House 1300 Bulverdc Road Tickets arc S10 for adults S8 for students and seniors Food bar opens at Friday and Saturday and Sunday Food is optional and not included in the show tickets cost The play starts at 8 Nov 12 and 13 and Nov 14 Call 2104382339 for infor mation Voice of Democracy The VFW Voice of Democracy Scholarship competition submission deadline is Nov 15 This years theme is My Commtment to America For information sec your high school guid ance counselor Free tax seminar At 9 Monday Nov 15 a free seminar on recent tax law changes affecting contributions to nonprofit organizations will be held at the Senior Center Frederick R Matthews and Associates CPAs will explain new record keeping rcqircmcnts for chari table contributions as well as other changes related to charitable giving All administrators of nonprofit orga that receive charitable dona tions are encouraged to attend Please call 6257759 to reserve a scat Keep the fire How To Keep the Fire Alive by Harry A Croft MD will be presented Monday Nov 15 at the New Braunfcls Civic Center at 7 The program is free but seating is limited Call 210 6089121 for reservations The pro gram is for couples to learn ways to keep the romance alive and a marriage exciting Croft is a psychiatrist in pri Were Meeting American Legion Comal Post meets Thursday Nov 4 at 410 West Coll Street The executive committee meets at 7 and regular meeting starts at 8 Unit 179 Auxiliary meets at Habitat for Humanity will meet at Thursday Nov 4 at Dittlinger Memo rial Library Anyone interested in elimi nating poverty housing in Comal County is invited To apply for a house call 625 7005 Members of the Hermann Sons Albert Kypfer Lodge are reminded of the meeting and social on Friday Nov 5 at 7 The lodge will furnish ham and mem bers are to bring a covered dish The Symphony Guild will hold its next meeting Monday Nov 8 from to 1 at Victorial Bank 1000 N Wal nut Members can bring their brown bag lunches The New Braunfels Lioness club meets Nov 8 at 11 am at Ryans Steak House Lions Club District Governor Dr Bill Daniles will be guest speaker all members should attend The Green Thumb Garden Club will meet Nov 9 at 10 in the home of Jan Mcllvaine Wanda Mcneil will be in charge of a silent auction The Exxon Devils Backbon Annui tants Club will meet Wdncsday Nov 10 at the North Clifie Country Club Fellow ship at 11 to noon Luncheon and news from the 1 louston office will follow at noon Call 6200754 or 5128473462 The local chapter of Home Economists In Home and Community will meet Thursday Nov 11 at at La Scala located at 2177 Military Highway vatc practice and director of Commu nity Education for Villa Rosa Hospital Service League event The New Braunfcls Service League will sponsor the fifth annual Night charity fundraiser Wed Nov 17 at Gruenc Hall tickets to the event may be purchased through any service league member Call Cynthia Temple at 6296002 for information Aggie barbecue Saturday Nov 20 the Comal Coun ty Aggies will prepare for the annual Turkey day matchup between the Aggies and the Texas Longhorns of The festivitcs will begin at 5 at Canyon Park Group Shelter located 17 miles from New Braunfcls out Highway 306 to Canyon Lake at Hancock Barbecue will be served at and the bonfire will start at down by the lake Cost is S5 for adults for children 10 and under All Aggies spouses and friends of arc welcome Call Keith Wingatc at 6290212 or Bruce Hurley at 9642652 by Nov 16 for reserva tions Gigcm High school reunion Attention all 1984 New Braunfcls High School graduates A 10year reunion is being planned and your help is needed Please contact Tammy Shearer Pfcuftcr at 6253733 or Stoncy Williams at 6297381 to give them an up to date address on yourself and any one else you may know of Help a child Comal County Child Advocacy Inc is in need of volunteers Volunteers arc specially trained court appointed advocates assigned by district judges to be a voice in court for abused and neglected children A training session is planned for October Call Jackie Vanh at 6205536 D I V O R C E New Location at 203 S Seguin St New Braunfels ESTHER J SEIDEL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Former Assistant Criminal District and County Attorney 203 S Seguin St New Braunfels 6296627 Licensed In FEDERAL STATE COURTS not certified by TX Board ot Legal Specialization CRIMINAL CASES Lori Boll will speak on 1 lome Impressions Call 4960344 for membership informa tion Coalition of Former Military Wives meets Sunday Nov 14 at Shoneys Airport j Restaurant MaKzberger and Loop 410 Holly Minnis will speak on women in depression Call 6538668 The Canyon LakeFischer Family and Community Eduction Club will meet Nov 16 at the Fischer Store School Com munity Center at The program Defensive Driving will be given by Beverly Thompson and Charlotte Mergen This is a short leader training program not for Slate Defensive Driving The meeting is open to the public Call 9352176 or 9352005 for information The Irish Cultural Society of San Antonio meets Nov 21 in Blessed Sacra ment Parish 1 lull 600 Oblate San Antonio Business meeting 7 program at Call 2103428667 How confident are you Do butteflies attack your stomach whenever you are asked to speak before a group Can you express your ideas confidently Do you have the nerve to ask your boss for a Whether you are speaking to one or one thousand a Toastmasters Club can help you speak clearly and confidently At home or on the job Toastmasters will provide you 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