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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 28, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 16 O HeraWZeftungO Friday July 28 Stammtisch Taste of the Town The Childrens Museum is planning a Taste of the Town 1995 Food and beverage oriented businesses are invit ed to participate Call 62000939 for information Mystery Romance Adventure It will all be available to you through a great selection of books hardback and paperback at the big annual sale in October Where else can you stock up on great reading for such tiny prices And dont forget about the collectors icomer where you may find some fine older editions Speaking of collecting there will be hundreds of records LPs 45s and 78s Maybe your favorite recording artist like Tony Bennett Bar bra lots of easy listening and beautiful classics See you at the Civic Center in Octo ber Learn about emus The Texas Emu Association Zone One seminar will be held on Saturday July 29 in Kerrville at the YO Ranch Holiday Inn The event will feature an lunch guest speakers and other information An exhibitors room and live emu display will be open to the public free of charge Preregister by falling Millie at 21079247909 or Kathy at 2107923606 Were Meeting The Coma County Genealogy Society will not have a meeting in July The next meeting will be Aug 1 at the North Building The annual reunion of the former students of the Old Guadalupe Valley will be held at the Charlie Wei dner Picnic Grounds in Spring Branch July 30 at 2 Call 904 4526 for information t Descendants of Jacob and Marie Stautzenberger are all invited to Forke Store at Conservation Plaza on Sun day July 30 at 11 until 3 for family reunion Drinks and paper products will be furnished Bring food for your family Host family will be Mr and Mrs Charles Kraft and Mr and Mrs Jackie Kraft Call Jackie at 625 7930 with questions The Eagles Auxiliary will meet Tuesday Aug 1 at Officers to meet at 7 Final reading of the pro posed bylaw change voting to follow The Downtown Association of New Braunfels will meet Aug 1 at 7 for breakfast at Huisache Grill Lt New Braunfels Night New Braunfels Night at the San Antonio Missions will be celebrated on Sunday July 30 Game time is with the Missions taking on the Tulsa Drillers Baseball in the Mis sions beautiful new stadium is a treat and a great family entertainment Take advantage of New Braunfels Night and help support the Childrens Museum in New Braunfels The genera admis sion tickets are available at CMNB or Vivroux Sports Call 6200939 for more information Vacation Bible School Vacation Bible School will be held at the New Braunfels Church of the Nazarene July 31 Aug 4 from to 9 each evening Children from age 3 to 12 are invited to attend Call 6250803 or 6250775 for infor mation or transportation Free Tuesday All kinds of bubble wands and wad ing pools filled with bubble stuff will be ready for bubblemania the days theme Aug 1 at the Childrens Muse um Free First Tuesday Visitors can get their hands on all kinds of bub ble wands and soapy stuff for creating bubbles Design your own bubble wand get inside a bubble put a bubble in a bubble create bubble pictures Call 6200939 for information John Wommack NBPD will present the program Guests are welcome For information call 6251624 The Comal County Genealogy Society will meet Aug 1 at the Victoria Bank and Trust North Building at 1000 N Walnut at The meeting will be a workshop to assist members with their ancestor charts so they can be in the next issue of The Footsteps Pre meeting activity If you want to leam how to find unmarked graves in a cemetery come to the Old Comal Cemetery on Hwy 35 and San Antonio Street at Tuesday Aug 1 The demonstration by Vemon Helmke will last about 45 minutes The group will then go to the regular meeting Guests are welcomed The Comal County Volunteers will elect officers Aug 1 at 7 at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Coop building There will be a Rural Recycling Committee meeting Tuesday Aug 1 at 10 am at the Comal County Cour thouse Annex 150 N Seguin St Suite 306 Public invited Funding workshop The Community Development Advi sory Committee will hold a preappti cation workshop Tuesday Aug 1 at the Municipal Building for all community based 3 organizations inter ested in applying for 1996 Communi ty Development Block Grant funds the workshop will begin at in the large conference room Program guidelines project eligibility require ments and scoring criteria will be reviewed and 1996 applications will be available at that time Thereafter appli cations may be obtained from the Com munity Development Department Municipal Building For information call 6082100 Great pumpkins This year the Comal County Fair will hold its first Giant Pumpkin Con test A prize of will be awarded to the winner Pumpkins must be grown in Comal Hays Guadalupe Bexar Kendall or Blanco counties Interested growers must enter before Aug 1 at the Comal County Extension Office or New Braunfels Feed and Supply Pumpkins can be officially measured and weighed anytime after this dead line New Braunfels Feed and Supply is sponsoring the event For information call Joe G Tay lor at 6203440 Family Outreach Family Outreach volunteer appreci The Mens Garden Club of New Braunfels will meet Thursday Aug 3 at in the Comal County Exten sion Service Office at 132 S Water Lane Mark Ford of Hill Country Nurs ery at Canyon Lake will present a pro gram on Water Gardens Visitors wel come The New Braunfels Polio Sur vivors Support Group will meet at 10 Saturday Aug 5 at the Comal County Senior Center Several polio survivors in the New Braunfels area have formed this new support group for polio survivors who are suffering the debilitating late effects of polio Inter ested polio survivors relatives and friends are invited to attend For infor mation call Debbie at 6065556 Rena at 6204473 or Raymond at 6251363 Enjoy the Summer Jet Skis Wave Runner Waterfront Rentals n Lake Dunlap IH 35 3 miles East Hwy 46 Camp Willow Rd New Braunfels FREE Grease Job or Tire Rotation with Wheel large trucks may be more expires 81595 with coupon New Braunfels Frame Alignment 1396 W San Antonio New Braunfels 6290142 AS YOU MAY KNOW the airlines have imposed a cap on commis sions paid to travel agencies forcing the travel agency community to reassess how they conduct business Customerdriven agencies such as Rennert intent on providing the highest levels of service must now con sider service fees to maintain the scope and quality of services we pro vide While airlines have decreased commissions Rennert will not decrease service Therefore we must adapt to changing market condi tions and implement a fair and equitable fee system for all our clients The travel industry is in a constant state of flux airfares increase and decrease at an alarming rate air carriers schedules change at a moments notice Partnering with a prepared and qualified agency is imperative Our counselors provide incredible value the objectivity these professionals offer and the informed recommendations they pro vide set Rennert apart Over the years the travel industry will continue to change rapidly In terms of expertise technology and stability Rennert is best positioned to help clients make informed decisions regarding travel Your loyalty has been the foundation of our long histo ry and your business is valued immensely I trust you will find our fee system reasonable and fair and that our travel partnership will continue for many years to Michael Sauder CTC President 6156966 Metro 6061J09 ation dinner and installation of Offi cers will be held at Gruene Mansion Inn Restaurant Thursday Aug 3 at 7 RSVP by Aug 1 to 6201299 First aid CPU course Your local Red Cross Chapter will offer a First course on Aug 1 and 3 from 6 to 9 in the Comal Tax Appraisal meeting room at 178 East Mill For more information call 6061999 from 10 to 2 Rummage sale Sts Peter and Paul Schools Annual Summer Rummage Sale will be held Friday Aug 4 and Saturday Aug 5 The sale will be held from 8 to 6 Friday and 8 to 3 Sat urday The sale will be held in St Marys Hall on the Sts Peter and Paul Church grounds on West Bridge St The sale will be held both upstairs and down stairs in the hall building For information call 6251729 dur ing the day Sausage supper Marion Volunteer Fire Department annual sausage supper will be held Sunday Aug 6 from to 9 Large plate small plate Raffle games refreshments auc tion Proceeds go to purchase protective fire gear for members For informa tion call Roger Scheffel at 9142141 Line dancing Country line dance classes for begin ning and intermediate dancers at the Senior Citizens Center in New Braun fels will resume August 7 Beginner classes will be held each Monday from 5 to 6 and intermediates between 6 and 7 The dances are free but dancers donate each class to the Senior Citizens Center for use of the facility HOPE workshop Hispanic Organization for Public Education will offer a workshop fea turing guest speaker Dr Sonny Barrera of SWTSU multicultural Student Affairs Topic will be Importance of Higher The meeting will be at 7 Mon day Aug 7 at the NBNB Center on Walnut Avenue next to Victoria Bank and For information call Sylvia at 6299213 or Romina at 6066257 Aggie fish fry The 1995 Aggie Fish Fry will be Friday Aug 11 at at Landa Park Pavilions 4 and 5 The program includes recognition of Comal County Class of 1999 guest speaker Toby Boenig the 199596 student body president election of officers and a scholarship fundraiser All current and form Aggies their families and friends are invited to attend All incoming freshmen are invited as guests of the club For reser vations or information call 6200704 Doug Doug is currently serving as the Healing School Director for Kenneth Hagin Ministries in Tulsa Oklahoma He teaches the principles of faith and healing and will minister to the sick Wyatt Brown teaches Gods Word in practical application He and his wife are currently pastoring Grace Christian Church in Greenville South Carolina Wyatt has a captivating approach to sharing the gospel Campmeeting 95 Sunday July 30 AM PM MondayFriday July 31 August 4 AM PM CHILDREN Dean Hawk has a fun and humorous style of delivering Gods Word to minister to the needs and issues of todays youth Dennis Steeger is Youth Pastor at Grace Outreach Center in Piano Texas and an annual speaker at the Texas Youth Summer Camp Daniel Wennekamp is the Childrens pastor at Church on the Move in Denver Colorado Daniels forte is in puppetry and has won two national championships for his puppetry Daniel and his wife Trudy will minister to children through object lessons stories comedy and puppetry to give a refreshing view of the Gospel of Jesus Christ Tree of Life Fellowship 652 Loop 337 New Braunfels 6256375 NAUTHO Trim Contemporary Loose Pillow Back or Traditional COMFORT 115 volts bbK tr onscreen display S399 4 fe Features left arm recliner armless section wedge and right arm full sleeper Upholstered in beige velvet Reg 91092 OUTRAGEOUS PRICES 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