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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Stammtisch Friday March HeraldZeitung 9 9 Moms and A moms and tots play group a place where moms and preschoolers can interact together and meet new peo ple has formed Meeting place is St Paul Lutheran Church 181 S Santa Clara second floor kindergarten room from II to Bring lunch Group meets every Wednesday Call Jane at 6296325 or Mary at 964 3141 for information Homes tour The New Braunfels Chapter of the MidTexas Symphony Home Tour Committee is finalizing plans for its biannual Tour of Homes in the New Braunfels area Several lovely and unusual homes will be open to the pub lic Saturday April 8 For ticket sales and more information call Pauline Rector at 6292995 or Jan Kytolo at 6290629 Swim lessons The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is now sign ing children and adults up for summer swim lessons The lessons will be scheduled throughout the summer at Landa Park Olympic Pool All classes will be American Red Cross Certified Class sizes are limited and all classes will fill up quickly so now is the time to sign up your children The fee for each session is per person Adult swim lessons also offered For more information on levels class times and dates call or visit the parks office to pick up a program guide Register at the parks office in Landa Park or call 6082160 Junior Lifeguard Camp Registration has begun for Junior Lifeguard Camp conducted by the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department This will be for ages 12 to 15 Fee for the one week sessions are and they are held at Landa Park Session is July 2428 from 10 to 5 This course does not qualify par ticipants to be lifeguards For more information call 6082160 Nursing Scholarship Those currently enrolled or planning to attend a nursing program in the fall of 1995 are encouraged to apply for the Elliot Knox Nursing Scholarship or the Cecelia Springmeyer Nursing Scholarship For scholarship applica tions contact Gwenn Scott at 606 9111 ext 195 Deadline for fall 1995 is April 30 Pap smears Pap smears for women are available the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Comal County Health Department Any woman in need of a routine pap smear who does not require birth con trol may schedule an appointment by telephoning 6205595 These exams I are provided by a nurse practitioner Poor counseling The Comal County Family Womens Center is starting group peer counseling for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault Individu als who have experienced violence in their family or been sexually assaulted in the past are encouraged to use this I opportunity to explore how these events have impacted their lives while I joining with others in the therapeutic process Family violence groups will be held Monday evenings at 6 and Wednesday mornings at 10 am Sexual assault and incest survivor groups will be Tuesdays at 6 and Wednes day mornings at 11 Interested individuals can call Patty Bray at 620 Were Meeting The CornsI County Sheriffs Poses will have Its regular meeting Thursday March 10 at at CC8P meeting room CC8P grounds are located east of IH35 between the Engel Road Exit and Ruekel Road exit The posse Is seeking new mem bers Anyone Interested may attend the meeting The CC8P Is a nonprofit organization promoting horse related functions New Braunfels High School Class of 1942 meets Friday March 10 at Krauses Cafe at For Information call Howard Hufft at 625 3837 Daughtere of the Republic of Texas Ferdi nand Llndhelmer Chapter meet Saturday March 11 at at Forkes Store The speaker will be Jeanette Felger past chapter president and a native of New Braunfels Her topic will be Founding of New Braunfels City Council Agenda Review with District 2 Councllwoman Mary Serold will be held Saturday March 11 and March 25 from 3 to 5 at the Dlttllnger Memorial Library For Information call 8255854 or 6255987 Johann Helnrich Conrad Glenewtnkel Reunion will be held March 12 at The Oak 110B E Gonza les St In Seguln Registration at 11 meal at noon Meal furnished a donation Is requested to coyer expense Please bring a vegetable and dessert Please bring an auction Item The New Braunfels Lioness Club will meet at Ryans on Monday March 13 at 11 Guest speaker will be Dr Randolph K Sanders PhD Physicianassisted support group for patients with a diagnosis of cancer conducted by Peter Berhdt MD will meet Mondays from 9 to 10 at the Laurel Ridge Treatment Center 1293 E Common St starting March 13 For information call 6201055 Captain James Jack Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution will hold its monthly meeting Monday March 13 at at the Education Building 430 W Mill St on the second ftoor Quest speakers will be Corpus Christ authors Bill and Ricky Waldrave on Magnificent Barbar Hostesses Shirley Bryant and Dona Bruns Public invited The Past Presidents of the Eagles Auxiliary will have their next meeting at Krauses Cafe Monday March 13 at 6 Evelyn Peterson Hostess Canyon High School Friends of Education will meet Tuesday March 14 at 7 in the Com mons Ms Penny Cooper school counselor will speak on class choices for 199596 and the new Career Pathways program All parents and stu dents invited refreshments will be served The Green Thumb Garden Club will meet in the home of Gerry Klink 15 Valley View Lane Match 14 at 10 Joe Taylor county extension agent will conduct the program on blooming flowers The Hummel Club local chapter will meet Tuesday March 14 at 7 at the Hummel Muse um For information call Pat 9072118 Guada Coma Garden Club meets March 14 at the home of Melinda Birdsong 393 Elm at 2 Bill Shumann will discuss the 1994 landscaping project at Prince Solms Park La Leche League meets Wednesday March 15 at 10 in the meeting room of NBNB Center North 1000 N Walnut St For information call Dana at 6251240 or Mary at 6092889 Marcia Saunders president of the Texas Feder ation of Republican Women will be guest speaker at the annual membership brunch hosted by the Canyon Lake Republican Women at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Coop Auditorium at 11 am Wednesday March 15 For information call Cassis Lathe at 8992490 The New Braunfels Multiple Sclerosis Support Group will meet one week early on March 16 instead of March 23 at Ryans Restaurant Col Henry Reeves will be quest speaker Call 6255568 for information The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild meets Saturday March 18 at at the New Braun fels Christian Church Fellowship Hall on Loop 337 Membership open to all The Comal County Scottish Rite Club will meet at John Newcombes Tennis Ranch Hwy 46 W March 18 The speaker will be Scott of Austin The social hour will be at dinner at 7 Bring a guest and enjoy an evening out Call Beul Wright at 9643154 or Virgil Gaskins at 6254403 for reservations by March 14 Old Rural Schools of Bexar County of 1880 through 1950 reunion will be Sunday March 19 from 2 to 6 at the Highland Social Club located at 2929 South WW White Road at For information call Lucille Pehl 6254690 New Braunfels Republican Women will meet March 20 at noon at Molly Joes Restaurant Darryl Pool County Chairman of Williamson County will speak on How to be effective in From Round Rock Mr Pool has been involved in politics since 1972 and was the chairman of the 25th Sen atorial District Convention in 1994 The Ladles Auxiliary of the Bracken Volunteer Fire Department will meet to discuss plans for the annual barbecue Tuesday March 21 at at the BVFD Community Hall Salad luncheon after the meeting Thursday March 23 will be the first meeting of the Comal County Dialogue Group sponsored by the American Cancer Society It will be held at In the North building of Victoria Bank and Trust 1000 N Walnut Anyone with cancer and their significant others may attend Call 6295717 or Marian Hicks at 6291763 for information Women In Communications Bring a Friend Night will be Thursday March 23 at at the Schlitterbahn marketing office 3150 IH35 West Sherrie Brammall Schlitterbahns public relations director will speak Charge is Men are welcome too TrlCounty Rural School Reunion will be held March 26 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in New Braunfels Registration from 1 to 2 Dance from 2 to 6 It was voted to have no food American Legion Auxiliary meets on the first Thursday of the month at at the post Home at 41OW Coll St 7520 to set up a pregroup appoint ment There is no fee for services pro vided through the Womens Center The center is in need of donations of postage stamps volunteers threering notebooks digital and infant ther mometers and a new sturdy vacuum Homes needed Area families are needed to provide housing for the many German visitors who will be visiting the city during our Sesquicentennial celebration About 80 people will be arriving Between April 14 and April 23 Con tact Rusty Brandt at 6295924 if you can help capsule As New Braunfels 150th anniver sary approaches in 1995 members of the community are encouraged to begin selecting items to be included in a time capsule which will be buried in com memoration of the Sesquicentennial year Submissions must be of paper origin photographs letters doc uments Submissions must either fit in a 9x12 or envelope Costs for sub mitting envelopes for inclusion in the time capsule are and respec tively Deadline is Sept Sub missions and payments can be made at the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce office 390 S Seguin The capsule will be buried at the Civic Cen ter for 50 years Business counseling The business counselor from UTSAs School of Business is in the Chamber of Commerce office every Tuesday to offer counseling in topics of interest to anyone in business or con sidering starting a business Topics cover financing personnel business planning taxes expansion and many others The service is free and confi dential Appointments may be made by calling 6252385 Free Immunizations The Women Infants and Children program at 11551 N Walnut is giving immunizations free to participants as well as new applicants Clinic hours are Monday from 8 to 7 Tues day through Thursday from 8 to and Friday from 8 to Walkins welcome Thrift shop specials Teen Connection Thrift Shop will hold a special sale from March 4 to 11 The sale will have all clothing at or less housewares are 50 percent off and more The thrift shop benefits the community by providing low cost reusable items to all and is the main fundraiser for the Teen Connection Youth ArtBeat awards Rain could not dampen the enthusi asm and fun of Youth ArtBeat 95 A wonderful crowd came to the Kids as Art Parade and many enjoyed the good food and fun before the rains came around noon The Awards Ceremony has been rescheduled for 11 Saturday March 11 at the Plaza Gazebo In case of rain the ceremony will move to the Hummel Museum The Peoples Choice and the Art Leagues Winners will be announced Tshirts designed by Rachel Shipley will be sold for with the proceeds benefiting the Art Leagues Scholarship Fund For infor mation call 6082100 White Cane Day Members of the New Braunfels Noon Lions Club are having their White Cane Day Saturday March 11 Thirtyfive percent of the money col lected goes to the Lions Eye Bank in Austin and 65 percent stays in New Braunfels so that 40 to 50 children can receive eye exams and glasses So please donate when you see the Noon Lions members wearing their yellow vests asking for donations Old eye glasses will also be accepted Job fair New Braunfels Breakfast Lions Club will host its second annual Sum mer Youth Job Fair Saturday March 11 The location will be in Wesley Hall First United Methodist Church 527 West San Antonio St All area high school and college students ages 15 and above are invited Employers interested in participating call Preston Kennedy at 6200241 or Mac McDon ald at 6299109 Herb expert Area herb expert Ruth Abel will be at Schulz Nursery in Marion from 10 to 11 Saturday March 11 She will address the many ways in which herbs can enhance eveiyday life Admission free Public invited Paper drive Parent Boosters of Boy Scouts Troop 387 will hold a paper drive March 11 from 9 to 4 in the HEB park ing lot Bring newspapers magazines phone books and catalogs For pickup call Tammy at 6091204 or Hope at 3036610 Food and prizes Kraft Mobiletel is celebrating six years in business Saturday March 11 from 10 to 3 Go to the show room 679 S Seguin and enjoy food and if you are lucky a gift Kite workshop A Kite making workshop will be held at the playscapc in San Marcos from 1 to 3 March 11 Make a kite for the upcoming Kite Festival in San Marcos in April Call Bonnie at 5127547773 for more information Another workshop will be held March 18 at the San Marcos Library from 1 to 3 and a final workshop will be at the Playscape from 1 to 3 March 25 Project WILD The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will offer a Project WILD Workshop for adult youth leaders and teachers The work shop will be held Tuesday March 14 from 9 to 4 in Landa Park at the Recreation Center Project WILD is a wildliferelated supplemental program consisting of a set of activities designed to develop awareness knowledge and skill related to the interrelationship of humans to their environment Participants will receive a copy of the new revised Project WILD Activ ity Guide for K to 12 grade levels They may also obtain six hours of TEEAC credit The workshop is recommended to any interested adults youth leaders teachers camp counselors 4H leaders Boy Scout leaders Girl Scout leaden nature center staff day care staff etc Anyone interested should nrcrcgisHJr by March 13 at the parks office lock ed at 110 Golf Course Road Scatinujs limited Call 6082160 for infomijj tion Book sorting The next Friends of Dittlingc Library book sorting will be held Tucs day March 14 from t at the new sorting location 193 W San Antonio corner of Sai Antonio and Castcll All citizens arc invited to join thi energetic all volunteer group Cal 6256483 for details Bake sale The NBU Employee Activitic Organization will sponsor a bake sal to benefit the March of Dimes Thurs day March 16 A table will be set up it the lobby at the Main Office on th Plaza Youth fair The Comal County Youth Home making and Art Fair will be held Fri day March 17 at the Comal Count Fair Grounds Doors open to the pub lie at noon Baked goods and craft will be for sale at to 5 Line auction at 6 for all the gran and reserve champion goods Everyon please come out and support the youn people of our community Veterans Day Out The George A Garcia VFW memo rial Post with its Ladies iliary and the Military Order of tho Cootie Pup Tent with its Auxiliary are sponsoring a Veterarjs Day Out March 18 Location is trje Texas Army National Guard Armorjy commencing at 10 and ending at 2 The program is intended to provicte veterans who are patients in Audi Murphy Veterans Hospital under the Extended Care Therapy Center unit a i unforgettable day in their honor The veterans with some will participate in a variety of games i magician will provide entertainmer t and the program will conclude wit i live music Local people interested i i veterans affairs are encouraged to sto by the armory and talk to the patien s and to welcome them to the New Braunfels area Any questions can go 13 Marvin L Brown at 6092565 Natures Way They creep they crawl they biti and some are pests and some delight Young naturalists will get firsthand experience in the field of entomologV at the Parks and Recreation Nature fs Way Creepy Crawlies j This program is for children agejs five to 13 years old The program is Tuesday March 21 from 4 to in the Landa Park picnijc area j Fee is per child Preregistratioh required and will be taken at the office on Golf Course Road untjl March 20 For information call 608 2160 i j Childrens Hour j How Does Your Garden Grow1 will introduce your child to the won ders of gardening with a story and handson activities for preschoolers Program is for ages four and Tuesday March 21 from tp at the Landa Recreation Cen ter Fee is per child Preregistratioh required and will be taken at the Lan da Recreation Center until March if For information call 6082167 j 6259144 The Marketplace 6259144 100 Automobiles 100 Automobiles 100 Automobiles 100 Automobiles 100 Automobiles 105 105 135 Fani 100 Automobiles AUTO LORNS Auto Dealer will arrange low cost financing even if youve been turned down elsewhere Loan Available for Bankrupt bad credit no credit Call Betty 6253451 Phone accepted 74 Volvo 245 DL Wagon AT nice looking reliable safe transportation 8994302 76 Chevy Nova Standard 6 cyl has new clutch new good asking Call 6250427 76 Mercedes 240D 4 AT AC 2 owner auto very nice 77R5 Convertible Red very clean 6201820 or 3033135 81 BMW 320I sunroof 4 very nice In spected 1982 Volkswagen Van1969 Ford Van 1978 21 ft Starcraft Boat 85 ft Fiberglass boat Must sell all 6060832 1983 Mazda 626 LX loaded cold runs great OBO 625 2583 eves 6081921 1089 Caprice ClaMlo 2 dr Sport OBO BUI Hill Auto 6804886 or after 6080748 1087 Cavalier SUtionwafon MonemlMl OBO Bill Hill Auto 6304886 or after 6080748 78 Dodge Colt Runs good 6060812 89 Toyota Corrolla one owner excellent condi tion Grandmas car 6254638 before 9pm 92 Isuzu Rodeo 4WD 30k cus tom wheels tires grill guard light rack alarm fmmac Asking Call Vlnce 6296040 1990 Toyota Corolla OX miles extra dean after 85 Nissan Maxima Bad Credit No Credit I Can Sell You A Car Call Jim Stephens at 5303080 or pager 5069343 90 Subaru Justy 4 wheel drive 5 low miles runs great Call LINCOLN 83 MARK VI Loaded all power clean runs great good condition Single owner OBO 8997127 48 Mercedes Parts Models 180 thru 450 SEL Call or Fax Parts For 1976 Ford Ranchero Motor trans for 1963 Ford F100 6294894 VW Rabbit Parts cars 3 cars 1 PU all dlesel Want to sell your car Call our Classi fied Dept for help 6259144 66 Ford Fairlane Automatic custom paint rims 2 dr 6251911 or 6293947 105 89 Suburban Good cond 115k miles Ask for Dave at 625 6943 days or 9642456 91 GMC ton pickup 350 V8 Extended Cab Long Bed full bedliner elect windows door locks tinted windows oversized tool box headache rack guard new tires new brakes tall gate lock spare tire locks lots of TLC NONSMOKER 6293207 91 Ford Ranger XLT Super Cab PU new camper shell Dark blue sliver 66k miles auto air 6 cyl Below bookl 210 9057246 84 Toyota Prevla 7 pass van AT AC sunroof like new 92 Ford Aerostar Van ext cab air good cond 6207777 or 6089100 1989 RANGE ROVER Bronze interior power sun roof power door locks grill guard new tires like new condition 6207614 93F150 Very clean 5 titi cruise bed liner 48k good gas mileage 210 6205951 after 5pm 78 Dodge ton PU camper shell 6 3 sp std 60k actual miles 560 1507 after 6pm 120 Boats Supplies 91 Cajun Bass Ski Boat 150 Johnson motor trolling motor 2 dept finders cass Mag num trailer well cared for and maintained 210 8992610 or 6256476 92 Johnson alum boat gaiv trailer Call 6253196 after 6pm 2 2 3 Structural Tubing and Si ch er Rod Other sizes ail able SA Pipe and Suf 2105901291 Grain Drill 12 Disk Planter Call 825 5617 for more Inforrnatl n 200 Help WanU d Administrative for professional office Reqi red skills 50 wpm typing let word iro cessing bookkeeping 10 key filing general ol ice procedures Must er joy working with the public Nonsmoking atmosphere All applicants will be given a skills test call 6066659 for appointment
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