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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 10, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Friday Feb 10 1995HHerald2eitungB 18 Stammtisch Oarage sale tables Rent a table or space for the city Jvide garage sale that the Garden Ridge Area Womens Club will hold Satur day March 18 from 8 to Tables are only 10 for members and for others To make a reser vation call Betty Richter 651 6668 or Fey Harris at 6515201 Valentine fundraiser The Childrens Shelter 7th Annual Valentine Fundraiser is here Have a Valentine delivered in city limits to someone special Only for a bal loon in a candyfilled keepsake basket all tied up with ribbon and a special card Call 6290523 Monday to Fri day 9 to 3 to place your orders Limited number available Vol unteers needed to help with deliveries from 9 to 1 on Valentines Day Call 6290659 if you can donate an hour or two Music Club scholarship Graduating high school seniors who plan music majors in college may apply for the scholarship award ed each year by the New Braunfels Music Study Club Applications are available from the three high school band and choral directors Deadline Feb 11 auditions March 4 at Seele Parish Hall There is a applica tion fee For more information call MelittaFrueh at 6256658 Citywide garage sale The second annual CityWide Garage Sale sponsored by the Chil drens Museum in New Braunfels is sure to be bigger and better than last year Come to buy browse or rent a booth for yourself or your organization Booth rental is for one and for each additional on a first come first served basis The sale date is March 5 from 10 to 4 at the Civic Center Sign up for a booth at The Childrens Museum If you would like to donate goods or volunteer to work call 6200939 College day Southwest Texas State University hosts a College Day Feb 11 to help prospective students become familiar with the university and its programs The event is designed to help high school juniors and seniors and their parents as well as transfer students leam about SWT Activities begin at 9 with checkin at the Evans Audi torium lobby and end with residence hall and campus tours from 2 to Lunch served in Jones Din er for For information call 512 2452340 Valentines ball The Grucne Mansion Inn a gourmet meal and live music by Monty Guitar Tyler are the perfect ingredients for a Valentines Day Ball The sorority Beta Delta Gamma will sponsor the affair Feb 11 to benefit Project KISS Call 8993633 for reservations Tickets and arc tax deductible Rose seminar Members of the San Antonio Rose Society will conduct a very informative Rose Clinic at Schulz Nursery in Mar ion from 10 until noon on Satur day Feb 11 Pruning feeding planti ng and spraying will be covered Admission is free Public invited Chili supper Methodist Church 13th annual chili supper will be Friday Feb 10 from to 8 at 206 Flintstone Mobile Home Estates Startsville Cost is for adults and for kids drinks included Pie and cake avail able Rattler Roast Texas Lutheran College Rattler Roast will be Saturday Feb 11 from 4 to prior to the Texas LutheranSt Marys basketball games Free hot dogs chips cookies and drinks will be available on the lawn between the Jones Physical Education Complex and Blumbcrg Memorial Library of the Texas Lutheran cam pus Love em large The National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance Hill Country Chapter would like to invite all fat people and their admirers to their Valentine dance on Feb 11 1995 The dance starts at and runs until It will be held at VFW Post 9174 2410 Pinn in San Antonio Tickets are available at the door for for chapter members and for nonmembers A live will be provided For more information about NAAFA or the dance call Johnny at 6254782 Arbor Day A Sesquicentennial Arbor Day cel ebration will be held Feb 14 at 2 in the Landa Park Arboretum near Pavilion 7A Three trees will be plant ed Members of all Garden Clubs are invited to attend as is the general pub lic Parent support luncheon The SchertzCiboloUniversal City Student Resource Center has set a spe cial education parent support luncheon meeting Thursday Feb 16 from noon to 1 at Clyde Ford Village 204 Schertz Parkway Schertz Topic will be Alternatives to Physical Punish ment Bring a sack lunch Tea and cookies will be served and a door prize given away Clay Crosse concert Nashville recording artist Clay Crosse will be in concert Friday Feb 17 at 7 at First Protestant Church Tickets arc Limited seating buy your tickets now from the FPC office the Shepherds Shoppc or a designat ed ticket representative Cally 609 7729 for information Rabies clinic A city and county rabies clinic will be held Saturday Feb 18 at the Comal County Fairgrounds Fire Station in Canyon Lake and Fire Station on Oblate Drive Cost will be for a vaccination and for the license Winter Garden A Winter the MidTexas Symphony Ball and debutante presen tation will be held Feb 18 in the New Braunfels Civic Center A cocktail buf fet will be provided by Molly Joes Catering with dancing to the Kcd Par rock Orchestra A limited number of tickets arc available at Accents 173 S Seguin until Feb 15 Ticket price is For information call Barbara Doeppcnschmidt at 8852286 Purple martin seminar A purple martin seminar will be held Saturday Feb 18 at 10 at Schulz Nursery in Marion Admission is free and public is invited A purple martin house will be given away as a door prize Childrens hour Introduce your child to the world of fine art Pantry Beans pasta flour salt water and food coloring will be the ingredients used to create a work of art And best of all your kitchen doesnt have to be turned into an art studio This program is for children ages four and five The program is Tuesday Feb 21 from to at the Landa Recreation Cen ter OJ1 Sponsored by llic The limes Oiiimliiin and The Advisor Children Grandchildren Nieces Nephews and any child special to you Mint was born in 1994 A panel of unhinged judges will pick ho most attractive picture lo be printed on Hie cover of lie tabloid one boy girl mmierup will appear in llic conlcrlold Trophies will he awarded in lie Grand Winner each runnerup Hjihics need not have hecn horn in hisarea llring your favorite childs photo to ho HcraldZcftiing office 707 Landa Monday thru Friday between and or mail coupon below with photo and to he HrrnlclZcifung Dnnvcr 311328 New Urminfcls Texas 768131J328 DKADLINK TO SIJ11M1T PHOTOS and inlormalion Monday February 13 1995 Please make sure your name and phone number are on be back of be photo Yon may pick up your babys picture anytime during office hours after Thursday March 2 1995 At tliis time yon will receive one FRKK copy of Habits on Parade Additional copies will be available at a cost of This years edition will appear in tinHcraldZcilnnj on Sunday February 26 1995 The Canyon Lake TimesCJnardian on Wednesday March I 1995 and the Advisor on Thursday iMarcli 2 1995 If you would like for your business club or o be included in on Parade contact he Retail Advertising 5259144 by Monday February j I Please leave plionc number or address ii will noi lc published so additional information Babys Name Dnlcofnirth Weight at Birth Mom Duds Grandparents Names Place of I3irih length at Horizon Bridges To Tomorrow Coming March 26 1995 Featuring Country Living Sense for Tomorrow Volunteer Spirit An indepth review and a look at the future of New Braunfels Comal County Your Advertising Representative will contact you shortly You must be in this issue
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