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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 3, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday May P HcraidZeitung 7 Competition heated at chili cookoff By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer HeraldZeltung photo by JOHN HUSETH Pets of the Week Those three kittens a domestic shorthair and two are eight weeks old and rody for adoption at tht Society shelter on Kuehler Avenue In New Braunfela Call 6295287 for Information on thtM or any of ifl onlmals at the shelter Local chili enthusiasts stirred their way through heated competition Sun day at the American Legion Post 179 second annual Chili Cookoff Twentytwo teams competed for top honors in the contest which was held on the post grounds Jim Pickett Second Vice Comman der said the event is the main fundrais er for the organization which sponsors college scholarships for local high school seniors and sends high school juniors to Boys State each year among other civic endeavors The event included mostly local and area teams not statewide entrants as in other sanctioned chili events some thing Pickett wants to keep It want to keep it for said Pickett who plans to hold the event each March or April It was another successful year I want to bring it Taking top honors among the 22 entries was the Freiheit Country store team with owner Rosie Haas and team captain Roger Mulhollan The Goedrich family team of Craig Martha and Sarah placed second while Garland Nolan and Jack Smith of the American Legion are shown with Roala Haas and Roger Mulhollan of the Freiheit Country Store the team that won first place I nthe chill without beans category Stammtisch rchestra forming Hie Childrens Museum Television vohestra is now forming If you lite to be a part of the sound learn call Denise at 210497 for more information The Strand owner goes to the World Hair Show farmers banquet I onial County Young Farmers wauls Banquet will be held Wcdnes day May 4 at area 16 in Landa Park Visitation will be from 6 to 7 You must call 6291000 by i hursday April 28 to make reserva linos This is important if you want to kmteers needed he Comal County Womens Cen is in need of people interested in hotline volunteers The hot inc is forwarded to your home so nm are able to volunteer without leav your home The hotline is for omen who have been battered imsed or sexually assaulted Call KndaPreiss at 6207520 ve theater flic STAGE production Its Later iiin You Think a comedy by Jean muilh will be performed at Krause 1300 Bulverde Road through v 7 For ticket and dinner informa 4382339 By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer Not many people would travel to another continent to cut and style hair but Biljy Turner Turner owner of The Strand salon in New Braunfels recently traveled to London to participate in the World Hair Show Turner was a member of the Altieri Power Hair team which was the only team invited to the hair show Four people were on the team Three of those were members of the Altieri family Turner was the fourth team member Turner said the team was worried at first that the English would not like the show since it used more of a hip hop rock theme It was questionable whether or not they would get into our show since it was a hiphop said Turner People like Sasoon and Toni Guy are reserved and laid back We predicted that they wouldnt get into it Actually they loved it We were the first team ever to go to London and do the World Hair he said The World Hair Show also includes Silly Turner Rlccardo Altieri Catherine Altieri and Tony Altieri are back from London the World Hair Olympics and the World Hair Championship The Altieri team did not pariticipate in the com petitions but instead concentrated on the educational portion of the show He said the team was invited to the event because of its reputation They invited us because of the work we do and the recognition we have in Peace a New Zealander a free lecture about his with angels how to fol v Yearns and planning your v ai your angels He is an artist IKINV living in New Braun in kciute will be at Dittlinger Library at May 3 r information call 18003368008 s idge luncheon Newcomers Club Ladies Bridge uncheon and awards will be held at 30 Wednesday May 4 at uodlancls Country Club For reser tions and information call Helen at 6207749 nior citizen picnic I he annual Older Americans senior picnic is being celebrated Fri May 6 at Landa Park areas 11 111A Hie picnic is hosted by the Com i iky Council of South Central Texas ing Program Food is being fur hcd by the Nutrition Site Games activities are being planned from i in to 3 tud drive blood dri vc is being planned from MI to 6 May 9 for the benefit m Bluntzer It will be held at the oifices at 205 N Seguin Call 625 to schedule a time Ask for Deb WiHiams Walkins are also wel sior Auxiliary Program IcKenna Memorial Hospital Aux iy is sponsoring a new group of ui Auxiliary for students ages 14 to provides an opportunity to learn ut and develop some talents and is in the health care field while ng service to the community An ration program will be presented lilay May 14 at 1 in the Hos afeteria Applications are avail i the Hospital Social Service Room 106 6259 111 ext 355 Appli hould be made before the ori irogratn McKenna volunteers honored at banquet Dr Jim Kern and Virginia Booth share a moment fol lowing Kerns presentation at the banquet Leonel Guqjardo and the MGs Colli sion Repair team finished third Chili with beans category winners were VFW Post 11050 and the Womens Auxiliary with team captain the said Turner They had heard of the work we do here and the type of show Our show is totally different than what anyone else he said The team has already been invited to the next World Hair Show which will be held in one and one half years in Tokyo or Atlanta Robert Cruz assistant Val Valdez and Maryann Cruz For the second con secutive year Gordon Brown and John Baas won showmanship honors with Dantes Inferno T JVSAVINGS UaBONDS The Marketplace 100 100 Automobiles 100 Joan Relnarz and Lucille Jetl An annual Volunteer Appreciation Banquet recogniz ing the McKenna Memorial Hospital Volunteers was held on April 19 at the New Braunfels Civic Center Over 200 volunteers and their guests attended The guest Photos bv DAN DAVIS Volunters Fern Rooker Virginia Booth Pearl Marlon and Carl Marlon enjoy the dinner speaker was Dr Jim Kern a nationallyrespected speaker who provided an extremely moving and emotional pre sentation on the importance of nurturing relationships par ticularly with our own children Dinner hour entertainment was provided by the piano mastery of Ms Sherry Sjulson RN The Rev E H Gumper delivered the invocation Door prizes were contributed by Adobe Care Clear Springs Restaurant Lubys Cafeteria New Braunfels Smokehouse Pats Place and Treetops on the River McKenna Mr Johnny Johnson shared with the volunteers the numerous accomplishments and goals of the hospital in his State of the Hospital Address Mrs Nell Morton hospital auxiliary president and Ms Margie Council chairperson of McKennas Red Cross Hospital Volunteers each spoke on the milestones of their hospital volunteer organizations Tim Brierty summed up the feelings held by the McKen na staff by saying We are very grateful to our Auxiliary and Red Cross volunteers for the countless hours they donate at the hospital each and every day of the year So many procedures from Admitting to XRay would be dif ficult to manage without their 72 SATELLITE SEBRING PLUS OBO ALSO Chrysler Newport 6257954 78 CHEVY LUV PICKUP litre 4 standard cassette looks runs great 6206948 3727449 days Tonl 84 Olds SIERRA 4 dean good oond 6201564 85 BUICK REGAL 2dr Good Cond OBO UnldenSate lite System OBO 210 86 HONDA CRX hiway miles Excel lent cond 6089319 87 FORD TEMPO Looks good Runs ok 4 dr Has crkd exh manlld Tired of repair work Sell cheap Call 87 Honda Accord LXI 3 std trans miles very clean 2103799367 88 CIVIC WAGON Blue 5 4 WD cass 6060157 90 BUICK REATTA Conv Coupe low per fect Red tan top leather 1 of only neg 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