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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Stammtisch Craft thow space The Ladies Auxiliary to the VFW Post 7110 is sponsoring an arts and craft show at the VFW Post Home at 600 Peace Avenue on March 5 and 6 from 9 to 5 Post 7110 and auxiliary members reserve table space before Feb 5 Cost is per table plus an item for the raffle After Feb 5 space will be sold to the general public Any kind f handmade arts or crafts bated goods and canning products are eligible Call Janice at 6256143 or 6257502 to reserve space Be a deb The MidTexas Symphony Debu tante Committee is now taking appli cations from young women interested in the debutante program To be eligible the prospective debutante must be a senior attending a Comal County High School the year of her presentation She should be the daugh ter or granddaughter of a Guild mem ber who has been active in the Guild for two years or more A girl whose parent or grandparent does not meet this two year activity requirement may still be considered eligible for the pro gram with an additional contribution Contact Paula Warren at 6294172 Families interested in future debutante programs should become involved in the Symphony Guild this spring Debu tantes serve as hostesses for various symphony and civic events They are presented at the MidTexas Symphony Ball in February of their debutante sea son 20 year reunion If you arc or know of any 1974 NBHS graduates please call with names and addresses Contact Jenan nine Diggers 6250528 or Nancy Classen6252853 Bingo Bingo every Tuesday at 7 Snack bar opens at at the Senior Center 655 Landa Street Everyone welcome State bingo num ber 17423304025 Volunteers needed The Comal County Womens Center is in need of hotline volunteers espe cially to cover the hotline on week ends from 8 to 6 and 6 to 8 The hotline is for women who have been battered abused or sex ually assaulted The hotline is for warded to your home so you are able to volunteer without leaving your home Call Becky Soliss at 6207520 during business hours for information Candidates needed Candidacy forms and petitions for the Texas SilverHaired Legislature are available at the Alamo Area Agency on Aging and the Alamo Area Council of Governments Forms must be returned by Friday Feb 28 Call 2102255201 for more information Arts Center Louis Kerrs oil paintings of land scapes western scenes and seascapes are featured this month at the Arts Cen ter Gallery 646 Walnut Square Oper ated by the New Braunfels Art League the gallery is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 to 5 Tax help AARPTAX AIDE is a volunteer program sponsored by AARP and the Internal Revenue Service to assist the elderly and lowincome taxpayers In 1992 more than Help is free and con fidential Volunteers begin Feb 1 to fill out income tax returns answer ques tions provide forms and more Loca tions will be Dittlinger Memorial Library Senior Citizens Center and Canyon Lake Action Center Training begins Jan 14 and lasts two weeks Anyone interested can call Yvonne Smith at 6293005 Arts and crafts Rolling Oaks Mall will host the Its A Litl Bit Country Arts and Crafts Jan 13 to 16 The show will be at the Rolling Oaks Mall Thursday through Saturday from 10 to 9 and Sunday from noon to 6 The event is free The mall is on Loop 1604 at Nacadoches in San Antonio Blood drives The public is invited to attend these upcoming blood drives in the New Braunfels area Sunday Jan am to 1 at First United Methodist Wesley Hall San Antonio Tuesday Jan 18 from 11 to pjn at Kirkwood Manor parking lot 2590 Loop 337 Tuesday Jan 18 from pm to pjn at Colo nial Manor parking lot 821 Hwy 81 W For information call 1800292 5534 ext 217 Team building The Santa Rosa Wellness Center presents Team Building for Health Care Providers by Cynthia M Bon hamMUler LPC at the Wednesday Jaft Her prJsV said Elliott producer ft Elliott who did the wm honors for last seasons highly successful Name ii Attce and student Depot rnerrt is the shows music director and VicW an experienced front Dallas is chore m cast consists of Jane Baas as es toe All bo with no passes ttdeemablethat night Reservations will be begjri fltog Jan IS from noon to 6 at the new flwmben Tickets go on sale Jan 10 at Things St Classroom across from McKenna Hospital from 1 to 4 Thurs day Jan 13 Call 2106089121 for reservations contact hours approved by TNA Young artists The Mid Texas Symphony will hold its annual Young Artist Competition on Saturday Jan 15 in the Bertha Ayrcs Recital Hall in the Schuech Fine Arts Center in Seguin Public is invited to attend the finals which begin at Six young pianists have regis tered to compete for the cash ward and contract to play with the MidTexas Symphony during the March 27 con cert in Seguin There will be a recep tion from to Spaghetti supper Staples Civic Club annual fund rais er spaghetti supper will be Saturday Jan 15 from 4 to 8 pm at the Sta ples Civic Center Cost is per plate desserts extra Call 5123576422 for information Chill dinner The Marion Volunteer Fire Depart ment will have a chili and stew supper on Saturday Jan 15 Serving starts at at the fire station Red Stocking Revue The Red Stocking Revue is a glitzy extravaganza produced every other year by the dedicated people of New Braunfels to benefit the Community Service Center It is one of the most popular benefits staged in New Braun fels because it gives our citizens an opportunity to showcase their talents and energy We need you Please plan to attend the communitywide kick off on Monday Jan 17 at 7 in the Fellowship Hall of First Methodist Church Anyone interested in per forming in the show serving on a com mittee or helping in any capacity is invited Creepy Crawlies Young naturalists will get first hand experience in the field of entomology at the Parks and Recreation Depart ments Natures Way Creepy Crawlies program for ages five to 13 The pro gram is Monday Jan 17 from 4 to at Picnic Area in Landa Park Fee is per person Proregis tration before Jan 14 is required at the Parks office at 110 Golf Course Road Call 6082160 for information Genealogy workshop The Captain James Jack Chapter NSDAR will sponsor a genealogy workshop at the Dittlinger Library Jan 20 from 1 to 3 Conducting the meeting are Ruth Hubbard Regis trar and Fair Bell Edwards Research Chairman Public invited No charge Search for significance Search For Significance Class will start Jan 20 through March 10 Thurs day evenings from 7 to 8 at 974 N Loop 337 Book costs No child care provided For informa tion call 6096205 Mexican fiesta The New Braunfels Newcomers Annual Mexican fiesta potluck supper and silent auction will be held Thurs day Jan 20 at at the Senior Citizens Center All members are requested to bring a covered dish for the supper and an item for the silent auction Suggestions include ceram ics paintings arts and crafts Jewelry baked goods and candy and useful household Items There will be mari achl entertainment providing all with a very special festive evening of good food and fun Ail area newcomers and guests are welcome Theatre classes Theatre arts classes based on an eight week semester plus one week rehearsal and recital will begin Mon day Jan 31 Prices range from to with a discount for STAGE sea son ticket holders Registration will be held Jan 22 and 23 Shannon Knibbe a professional model and winner of the 1991 MotherDaughter Pageant will conduct classes for the Wining Com bination Workshop focusing on build ing confidence poise posture appear ance and persona grooming For infor mation on classes call the STAGE Theatre 1300 Bulverde Road at 438 2339 Dinner with the arts Make plans to spend an exciting evening with the Greater New Braun fels Arts Council Sunday Jaa 23 at the New Braunfels Civic Center for the 14th Annual Dinner with the Arts Doors open at 5 Dinner served from 6 to Performances and awards begin at 7 Tickets available at ChinanThings in the Lan cia Shopping Center the New Braun fels Art Gallery in Walnut Square through Arts Council board members or call 6256570 Tickets must be pur chased by Jan 15 Chamber banquet Tickets are on sale for the Cham ber of Commerce 75th annual meeting and banquet to be held at 7 Friday Jan 28 at the Civic Center Tickets may be purchased from any Blue Coat or Board Director or at the Chamber office 390 S Seguin Masken Ball The New Braunfels Fraternal Order of Eagles will host its annual Masken Ball Jan 29 1994 The event grew from a German Catholic tradition cel ebrating the coming of Lent It is also known as Mardi Gras Fasching Car nival and other names depending on your heritage This is celebrated all over the world where Christianity is present The Eagles Masken Ball will be held at Eagles Hall 257 E South St from 8 to midnight The costume judging will be from 8 to 9 with awards to the winners Admis sion is per person or if in a cos tume Call 6257243 for information CHRONIC ASTHMA SUFFERERS You may be eligible for an Asthma Research Study Lab Testing Physician Monitoring and Lung Function Testing provided at no charge You will be compensated up to for your participation CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 6299036 v WEST HAVEN Brett Alley ACADEMY OF KARATE Certified Instructor ACHIEVEMENT CENTERS Introductory Special for 3 Lessons and Free Uniform Defense Adult and Children Classes Daily 242 81 Behind Diamond Rite Beverly B Nuckols Dorothy N Overman Now accepting new patients Complete family care Obstetrics Infants Children Adult Medical Problems 189 E Austin 6290066 Complete FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE for the Entire Family OmniFlus Universal Life and Annuities and IRAs Highly Competitive Interest For more InfornunUon phone or write to our local representative THOMAS 0 SCHAFFER District Deputy Rl 4 Dox 3740 Canyon Lake TX 78133 Phone ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA 200lGlh Rook Island Illinois 612018645 Insurance Since COMPLKTK KYK CARK Dr Mark G Carolan Therapeutic Optometrist Edward R Rashid Ophthalmologist Robert H Poirier Ophthalmologist 1099 N Walnut New Braunfels Now accepting New Patients for Adult Childrens Vision Care Contact Lenses Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Diseases Cataract Glaucoma and Corneal Conditions For an appointment call 6206151 Saturday Appointments Available LIFELINE Emergency Response System Vi price off installation through January 31 1994 LIFELINE You ve got it friend McKenna Care Home Health 6297568 BABY SALE Buy 2 and save Layette gowns 2 for Reg each Polyester gowns in stripes dots and prints for newborns Hooded towels receiving blankets 2 for Reg each Stripes dots and prints in cotton Cotton tees 2 pkgs for Reg pkg In stripes dots and prints for 0 to 6 months Two tees per package Layette bodysuits 2 for Reg each Cotton bodysuits in stripes dots and prints Newborns to 6 months Cotton washcloths 2 pkgs for Reg pkg Find an assortment of stripes dots and prints Two per package Bibs for baby 2 for Reg to each Novelty styles and colors Booties for baby 2 pr for Reg to pr Newborns to 9 months Save 30 on newborns and Infants playwear Find a large selection of terrific styles in assorted colors Sizes 324 months Reg to now to Childrens Department BE ALLS
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