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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 20, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                Stammtisch Voice of America The Voice of Democracy program sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars offers scholarships to local teen agers Contestants make an audio tape on a theme chosen each year Wilbur Wieding at 6296522 or Noreen Sippel at 6065302 for informaiion on how to enter Deadline to enter is Nov Make Halloween special You can help make trickortreat wonderful for the small children at the Comal County Womens Center The center is asking for donations of cos tumes masks candy and pumpkins Call 6207520 The families at the cen ter are also in need of mattresses and household items like dishes cookware and furniture Please help if you are able Contact 6207520 Share the Warmth NBU is starting its annual Share the Warmth project helping residents donate warm winter clothes to others who need them Take any jacket sweater or coat to any local cleaner Coats will be cleaned and collected by NBU Those in need may pick up coats at Wesley Hall at First United Methodist Church on Nov 1 8 from 1 to 4 Hummel LookAlike Contest The fifth annual Hummel Look Alike Contest will be held Saturday Nov 4 at 10 on the front steps of the Hummel Museum 199 Main Plaza Contestants are judged on their likeness to a Hummel figurine The contest is limited to children from two to 10 years of age There will be two categories in this years contest Single Figurine and Group Figurine Entry fee is per child with all proceeds benefiting the Hummel Museum The deadline for entries is Friday Oct 27 For infor mation call Martha Hoevel at 629 3479 Help haunted house The Jaycees will have a haunted house and carnival Oct 28 29 and 3 1 to benefit the Toys for Tots They need Halloween decorations black lights witches pot costumes and more The items will be returned if you want them back They also need help for the haunted house and carnival Call G wenn Scott after 6 at 60609 1 1 i i v Orange Bowlbound Seven New Braunfels High School girls have been invited to perform dur ing the halftime spectacular at the Orange Bowl on New Years Day in Miami Florida They are raising mon ey to make the sixday trip The girls and their parents are sponsoring a car wash rummage sale and bake sale from 8 to 3 Saturday Oct 21 in the parking lot behind Texas Com merce Bank at West San Antonio Street If you have any items to donate to the rummage or bake sale or if you wish to make a cash donation to the trip fund call Jesse Carrillo at 6291485 Sharon Hall at 609271 1 or Dixie Pace at 6096676 African Extravaganza The Black Heritage Society now has tickets on sale for for its African Extravaganza Style Show and Dance to be held Oct 28 at the American Legion hall at 7 Tickets on sale at Bay seas the Chamber of Commerce or any member of the Black Heritage Society Door prizes For information call Nathan Millett at Wursfest tickets Advance tickets for Wurstfest are on sale through Thursday Nov 2 Tickets are in advance or at the gate Children 12 and under admitted free There is no additional charge to enter the Wursthalle For information call 6259 167 Get in on Wassailfest The third annual Wassailfest will be held in the downtown area on Dec 7 from 6 to 9 Several busi nesses will be open with most offering wassail and specials on merchandise Entertainment of all kinds will be scat tered throughout the area The enter tainment committee is in the process of contacting groups to entertain part or all of the evening If you have an enter tainment group and would be interest ed in participating in this festive event call Pam at 6295924 or Bonnie at 6257738 Garage sale River Bend Homeowners Assn will have its community fall garage sale Sat Oct 28 starting at 8 am Clean out your closets and join in Charge of for each table There will also be a food booth Call 6205629 or 6251755 to reserve tables Service League fundraiser Tickets for the New Braunfels Ser vice League Night ftmdraiser are now op sale The event will be held HeraldZeitung g Friday October on Wednesday Nov 15 at Oruene Hall For more information and tickets call 6292493 NBCA pancake supper The New Braunfels Christian Acad emy will hold the super Friday Oct 20 from to in the school gym located at 995 Mission Hills Drive The public is invited to attend Tickets are which entitles the ticket holder to over in door prizes and silent auction items Entertainment will also be provided Call 6296222 for information Pumpkin Patch The McKenna Memorial Hospital Pumpkin Patch is the place to buy your pumpkin Come to the hospitals front lawn 143 Garza between 4 and 7 Friday Oct 20 Proceeds from the pumpkin sales benefit the Elliot Knox Nursing Scholarship Fund This is the only annual fundraiser for the scholarship fund There are more than pumpkins at McKennas Pumpkin Patch Youll also find Halloween goodies face painting and free trick or treat bags Several local doctors will be competing in a pumpkin carving contest from 5 to 6 and the Childrens Hal loween Costume Contest begins at A raffle drawing will be held at 6 Rummage sale The semiannual rummage sale sponsored by the United Methodist 7 CALVARY Church and Academy Independent Fundamental Evangelistic Sunday School Sun Worship Wednesday Curriculum School Grades Kl 2 MonFrlday 8am3pm 2386 W San Antonio St New Brauntels Tel 6290049 Call Home Women of Bracken United Methodist Church will be held Saturday Oct 21 from 8 to noon A wide variety of items will be offered for sale at low prices All clothing items will be priced at 25 cents each The youth will also have a bake sale Bracken UMC is located one mile northeast of the intersection of FM 2252 and FM 3009 Ladies Elks Klub bridge New Braunfels Elks Ladies Club is having a bridge tournament Saturday Oct 21 at the lodge at 353 S Seguin St Coffee and rolls at Play begins at Lunch is also served For information call 6294100 Wetlands seminar Scott Ogden will be at Schumachers Hill Country Gardens Saturday Oct 21 at 1 for a free seminar on wetlands and a book signing He will explain the importance of wetlands and resi dential use of wetland plants as orna mentals at home including native grasses horsetail hibiscus water iris and more The public is invited Schu machers is located at 588 FM 1863 Call 6205149 for information Market days Old Gruene Market Days will be held Oct 21 and 22 with more than 100 Texas artists and craftsmen on the grounds of the Adobe Verde in Gruene Bake sale The New Braunfels Lioness Club will hold its annual bake sale Saturday Oct 21 starting at 8 in front of the HEB exit come early for he best selec tion All proceeds benefitlocal charities and the Lions Camp for exceptional children Sausage dinner The Fischer Store School Commu nity Center will hold a sausage dinner Saturday Oct 21 Adults chil dren Go to Highways 32 and 484 and look for the flags and sign Halloween party Solms Bowling Club Halloween Party for members and their guests will begin at on Oct 21 Pre registration is encouraged Attendees are asked to bring a covered dish or dessert Patchwork Promenade A Patchwork Promenade the fourth annual Quilt Show and Raffle will be held for one day only Saturday Oct 21 from 9 to 5 at Canyon Lake Action Center Hwy 2673 in Sat tler across from the Post Office Admission Sponsored y Friends of Tye Preston Memorial Library Tenor sings The Department of Music at South west Texas State university will present tenor Julio Julian Jr in a voice recital as part of the Guest Artist series at 4 in the Music Building Recital Hall There is no admission fee required for this event but donations will be accept ed to benefit the Music Scholarship fund For mote information call 512 2452651 Sesquicentennial tea The New Braunfels Republican Women will tave a Sesquicentennial tea on Mondily Oct 23 at 4 at Defensive Driving Classes V Ticket Dismissal V Incuraiice Discount Classes available Tues Thurs Sat M6tMMtoSt NewBraunfob KueblerWaldrip Haus in the Danville School This special event will feature Iris Schumann speaking on the history of New Braunfels and the Sesquicen tennial The Victorian Society from San Antonio will model attire from the Victorian Era Those who wish are invited to wear antique clothes or spe cial hats of that period A brief business meeting will be conducted TOur Qnfy i WOOD STOVE CENTER OF SEGUIN Sale In Progress FrMUtociturf AuttMftedDMler 1877 122345 Rl TX78155 SEASONAL HCWSEASONAL HOURS NB MXII The O 4CES Patio Cantma Drive Thru Saturday Oct 21DIONYSUS Our New Address 1660 Loop 337 620RAFT Tiitelm tAe SttvtA How Time Flies Happy u Victor Mom Family 48 Books to choose from Rhoads Interiors 943 N Walnut Ave 6253477 ATTENTION STUDENT PILOTS Pass Your Private Pilot Written5 Southern Wings a New Braunfels based Flight Training Center is now offering a 35Hour Formal Evening Private Pilot Ground School starting Oct 24th Cost plus tax All materials includ ed Remember the better prepared you are the better pilot youll be For reservations call Metro 2106064141 Saturday Only NEW FALL REDUCTIONS TAKE AN EXTRA ALL ALREADYREDUCED MERCHANDISE THROUGHOUT THE STORE Misses Juniors Intimate Apparel Special Sizes Accessories Shoes Children Men Interim markdowns have been taken Styles sizes and colors vary by store Excludes Fine Jewelry BEALLS   

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