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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 12 B □ Herald-Zeitung EJ Sunday, September 10 ,1995Personals ■ Award-winning speaker Merle Kaderli will compete in the Toastmasters Humorous Speech Contest on Thursday, Sept. 14, 1995. The contest, which is free and open to the public, begins at 7 p.m. at Sematech in Austin. Kaderli, a charter member of the San Marcos Toastmasters Club, won first place in the San Marcos competition last month. Her category was “Table Topics,” in which competitors speak extemporaneously for two minutes. ■ Shannon Prevo, of Marion, a senior in electrical engineering at Texas A&M University, was among 33 undergraduates selected recently to present findings from a summer of research carried out through the Dwight Look College of Engineering at TAMU and the Texas Engineering Experiment Station (TEES). TEES is an engineering research agency of the TAMU system. Prevo, a graduate of Judson High School, won a competitive grant awarded by the General Electric Foundation’s Faculty of the Future program and assisted on a project conducted by a faculty researcher. She was then required to prepare a multimedia presentation of findings similar to those given at professional conferences. Her presentation was “Switched Capacitor Filter Design and Analysis.” ■ Kristin Plaehn, of Seguin, has been appointed registrar at Texas Lutheran College. As registrar, Plaehn manages student records, coordinates registration for each semester, and schedules classroom assignments and courses. She also oversees the registration process and programs at Texas Lutheran’s Randolph AFB cen Plaehn SOMETHING NEW IS COOKING IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. $4.99 $5.99 MUNCHIES Buffalo Chicken Wings Spicy wings with celery sticks & bleu cheese dressing. Quesadillas Two cheeses, bacon, tomatoes, onions & jalapehos grilled between tortillas with guacamole, sour cream & salsa. Mozzarella Sticks Mozzarella deep-tried with our marinara sauce. Supreme Nae ho* Crispy tortilla chips with chili, Cheddar, jalapehos, lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream & fresh guacamole. Combos Salad & Steamed Vegetables Plate $5.79 Our dinner salad or small Caesar salad followed by a plate of fresh steamed broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, new potatoes & zucchini. Soup & Salad Combo    $4.69 Our soup of the day with a dinner salad or small Caesar salad. Chili & Half Sandwich    $5.29 A mildly spicy mix of ground beef & sauteed onions topped with Cheddar & jalapehos, served with your choice of a half Club Sub or a half Chicken Walnut Salad Sandwich. Soup 6 Half Sandwich    $5.29 Our soup of the day & your choice of a half Club Sub or a half Chicken Walnut Salad sandwich. Salad & Half Sandwich    $5.29 Our dinner salad or small Caesar salad with your choice of a half Club Sub or a half Chicken Walnut Salad sandwich. Sandwiches Applebee s House Sirloin    $6.99 A 9-oz. choice sirloin steak served with your choice of potato & vegetable. Smothered with sauteed onions, mushrooms & green peppers. $9.49 Rtbiet Platter    $6.99 Over a pound of slow hickory-roasted rib tips in our spicy Bar-B-Que sauce served with French fries & cole slaw. Steak or Chicken Fajitas    $6.29 Strips of marinated steak or chicken breast char-broiled & served on a sizzling platter with sauteed onions & green peppers, fresh guacamole, Pico de gallo & sour cream with soft hot flour tortillas served on the side. Chicken Fingers Platter    $7.29 A hearty portion of breaded chicken tenderloins, fried & served with French fries, cole slaw & honey mustard sauce. Smothered Chicken    $7.99 Our char-broiled, marinated chicken breast topped with Monterey Jack, sauteed mushrooms, green peppers & onions. Without cheese, mushrooms, green peppers & onions.    $7.29 Broiled Cajun Trout    $7.29 A char-broiled filet of Rainbow trout seasoned with Cajun spices & served with your choice of potato & vegetable. $5.59 Bacon Cheese Chicken Grill A marinated, char-broiled chicken breast with bacon strips & Monterey Jack on a multi-grain bun with lettuce, tomato & onion. Without bacon & cheese.    $4.99 Club House Grille    $5.49 Applebee s signature hot club sandwich with warm sliced ham & turkey. Cheddar, tomatoes, mayonnaise & Bar-B-Que sauce on thick-sliced grilled French bread. Served with a side of cole slaw. Gyro Sandwich    $4.69 Thin slices of Gyro beef grilled with sauteed onions & rolled in Pita bread with shredded lettuce & tomatoes. PhMly Cheese Steak    $5.29 Thinly sliced roast beef with grilled mushrooms, green peppers, onions & melted Provolone on a toasted hoagie roll. purgers Our Hamburgers are made from 100% ground beef, char-broiled and served on a fresh bun with shredded lettuce, tomato, red onion, a pickle spear. Add fries to any burger: $.99 Appleby Burger    $4.99 Double-decker quarter pound patties, grilled with two cheeses, sauteed onions, lettuce, tomato & creamy mustard sauce on a toasted hoagie roll. Basic Burger    $3.99 Cheese Burger    $4.29 The Basic topped with American cheese. Bacon Cheese Burger    $4.99 The Basic topped with bacon & Monterey Jack. t&UldjT OPEN SEPT. 19 995 IH-35 North Phone: 629-7808 $6.49 Low-Fat Blackened Chicken Salad Our new non-fat Honey Mustard dressing & non-fat Cheddar/Mozzarella blend give this Blackened Chicken Salaa the same great taste as our original & less than 5 grams of fat. Low-Fat Lemon Chicken Pasta Thin slices of grilled lemon-marintaed chicken breast, fresh cauliflower, broccoli, carrots & zucchini over angel hair pasta tossed with a light lemon herb sauce. Just 12 fat grams. Low-Fat Veggie Quesadilla Fresh mushrooms, red peppers, onion, broccoli & carrots smothered in fat-free Jack & Cheddar cheeses & sandwiched between two wheat tortillas. Served with fat-free sour cream & shredded lettuce. Only 8 grams of fat. Low-Fat & Fabulous Brown!# Sundae    $3.29 Too good to be true! Your favorite dessert in a low-fat version. A brownie wedge with fat-free frozen vanilla yogurt & non-fat hot fudge make it all happen with only 2 grams of fat. $6.99 $4.59 Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad    $5.99 The classic combination of crisp romaine, garlic croutons & fresh grated Parmesan, all tossed in a tangy Caesar dressing. Topped with a char-broiled chicken breast. Classic Caesar without chicken.    $4.59 Fried Chicken Salad ,    $5.99 Bite-sized chicken fingers on a bed of salad greens surrounded by Cheddar, diced tomatoes & eggs. Great with honey mustard dressing. Served with garlic bread. Blackened Chicken Salad    $5.99 A spicy combination of blackened chicken breast on a bed of mixed greens with eggs, tomatoes & Cheddar served with hot bacon mustard dressing & garlic bread. Oriental Chicken Salad    $5.99 Crisp Oriental greens topped with chunks of crunchy Chicken Fingers, toasted almonds & crispy rice noodles tossed in a light Oriental vinaigrette. Riblet Basket A hearty portion of slow hickory-roasted rib tips basted in our spicy Bar-B-Que sauce & served with fries, Chicken Fingers Basket Breaded chicken tenderloins, fried & served with French fries & honey mustard sauce. Riblet 6 Chicken Fingers Basket $6.49 $5.79 Fajita Quesadillas Your choice of our famous beef or chicken fajita meat folded into crisp cheese, tomato & bacon quesadillas. Served with guacamole, sour cream & picante sauce. $6.49 $5.99 Desserts Fudge Brownie Sundae A big, thick fudge brownie with a scoop of rich vanilla ice cream topped with hot fudge sauce. $2.99 Apple Honey Cobbler Ala Mode $2.99 Apples, cinnamon, raisins & spices baked with a streusel pastry, topped with vanilla ice cream & honey sauce. A Menu prices subject to change • Limited menu items shown. • Most items available for take-out. THINGS ARE REALLY COOKING AT Neighborhood Grill & Bar ter and Guadalupe Valley Hospital center. Plaehn first joined the faculty as an instructor of political science in 1987. From 1989-94, she was a foreign service officer with the U.S. Information Agency in Frankfurt, Germany. She returned to Texas Lutheran as an instructor of political science in the fall of 1994. Along with her duties as registrar, she continues to teach one class each semester. She holds a BA degree from Texas Lutheran and a MA degree from the University of Denver. She is a member of the Texas Association of Admissions Officers and Registrars and the American Association of College Registrars. Plaehn and her husband, John Maxwell, have one daughter, Natasha Maxwell. They are members of Faith Lutheran Church in Seguin. ing. The award is presented to one junior faculty member and one senior staff member. Augustin, who has been a teacher at SWT since 1978, was presented with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching in the associate/full professor rank. The selection is made by a committee composed of faculty, staff and community members. With this honor, Augustin became the first teacher in the history of SWT to win all three major teaching awards granted by the institution. In 1983, he was selected by the student body as the Outstanding Educator. In 1994, the SWT Alumni Association presented him with their Teaching Award of Honor. Dr. Augustin and his wife, Rebecca, a teacher at Seele Elementary School, are active in the educational community in New Braunfels and frequently present workshops and lectures on Arab and Islamic culture. Dr. Jerome Supple and Dr. Byron Augustin. ■ Byron Augustin, a New Braunfels    ing award. President Jerome Supple resident, recently received Southwest    presented the award at the opening Texas State University’s highest teach-    convocation of this year’s faculty meet- ;

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