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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeHuna n Wednesday October 9 1 QQfi n 7A Personals Jessica Mlttel daughter of Dan and Donna Mittel of Frcdericksburg Texas was crowned Gillespic County Peach Queen June 22 1996 in Stonewall Jessica rode on the Gillespie County float in the Comal County Fair Parade Along with her court rode Lauren Brucks her cousin Jessica is a senior at Frcdericksburg High School Lauren is a third grader at Frazier Elementary Both are granddaughters of Bernard and Helen Brucks of New Braunfels New Braunfels own Joe Morales III is making an impression on hot sauce judges in the local area His tasty salsa won first place on Aug 25 at The Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Contest Again on Sept 21 his salsa took first place in the San Marcos Chilympiad Mr Morales is in the process of bottling his salsa and it will soon be available on store shelves Joe and his wife reside in Austin Mr Morales is the manager of the Italian restaurant Brick Oven North Hills Joe is the son of Joe and Angie Morales of New Braunfels ITT Technical Institute has announced the graduation of Alex C Liesman of New Braunfels after successfully completing an educational program in electronics engineering technology receive his associates degree in the eightquarter program that is designed to help prepare graduates for entrylevel positions in many areas Louis Real II of New Braunfels has enrolled in the electronics engineering technology program He beings the program Dec 2 Terri Hudnell of New Braunfels has enrolled in the computeraided drafting technology program at ITT Technical Institute The sixquarter program which began Sept 9 will help Hudnell toward an entrylevel position in computeraided drafting technology Pictured is Tint Salge receiving the DCA Award from 1996 Chairman of the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies Jim Taylor Tim Salge president and general manager of Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Association of Comal County recently attended the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies 101st annual convention in Toronto Ontario Canada At the Toronto convention Salge was elected to serve asvice chairman of the NAMIC Merit Society Board of Directors The Merit Society is an organization that recognizes professional achievement within the NAMIC membership He also accepted the NAMIC DC Award for the Texas Association of Mutual Insurance Companies The DC Award is a form of recognition by the national association for state associations efforts in furthering the mutual property and casualty insurance industrys views by personal visits with senators and congressmen in the Capital Also attending the convention and representing Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance of Comal County were Darline and Ralph Preiss Celeste Salge Lola Heitkamp and her guest CD or IRA Maturing Learn about a safe investment that beats low bank rates avoids probate state inheritance tax where applicable and current income taxes CALL NOW FOR FREE INFORMATION OR VIDEO CASSETTE TOLL FREE 18005963299 No cost or obligation Gloria ins M82 Kivur Path San Antonio IX 7823O Annabelle Ahrens The National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies NAMIC is the largest property and casualty insurance trade association in the world with some member companies in the Canada and Europe Daniel and Betsy Phillips with Spurs star David Robinson Dan and Susan Phillips attended the David Robinson Foundation Gala and Auction at the Hyatt Hill Country Sept 28 Their children Daniel and Betsy were allowed to meet celebrities at the reception which included David Robinson Meadowlark Lemon Bob Hill Too Tall Jones Everson Walls Sean Elliott Vinnie Del Negro Duane Schensis John Schneider and Red McCombs The gala and auction featured many autographed items such as David Robinsons Olympic apparel and Dream Team memorabilia Each autograph given by Robinson was accompanied by a different Bible verse for each child He shines as an example of a Christian athlete who returns so much to his community Submitted by Susan Phillips Carrie Lynn Maynard daughter of Ray and Beverly Maynard has been selected to represent the Comal County Farm Bureau in the District 10 Miss Texas Farm Bureau contest She is a junior at Smithson High School where she is a member of choir She is also active in 4H Club The district contest will be held at the Lost Valley Resort in Bandera Oct 12 where she will be Carrie L Maynard competing for a scholarship to the college of her choice The winner will compete for a scholarship up to at the State Farm Bureau convention Contestants will be interviewed and judged on appearance poise personality and speech in response to impromptu questions Carried was presented at bond from Comal County Farm Bureau President Melvin Kruesler Landa Jew 78130 or fox hem to 625 9144 Were Meeting The Hill Country Chapter of the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance will hold its October meeting from 3 to 5 Oct 19 in the North Room of the Norwest Bank Building Nonmembers are welcome For more information call Johnny at 6060312 The Canyon LakeFischer Club for Family and Community Education will hold its next meeting Oct 15 at the Fischer Store School Community Center Coffee and fellowship will begin at 9 and the meting will begin at Pat Rasor county extension agent will arrange a program on Oriental The meeting is open to everyone For more information call Rose Gandall at 9352901 or the extension office at 6203440 The New Braunfels Area Car Club meets at 7 the last Tuesday of each month at the Norwest Bank Building 1000 Walnut Ave Meetings are open to anyone who has an interest in automobiles 20 years of age or older The New Braunfels Hermann Sons Lodge No 21 will hold a meeting at 3 Sunday at the lodge Members should bring a covered dish Meat will be provided Classmates and spouses of the New Braunfels High School Class of 42 meet at the second Friday of each month at Krauses The class 55th reunion is set for April and 13 The Support Group meets the first and third Wednesdays of each month at the Rock House behind Hospice New Braunfels All those infected by the disease or affected by it are invited For more information call 6060200 The Parent Support Coffee and Talk Group meets at each Tuesday in the library at Carl Schurz Elementary School Everyone who is responsible for raising a child needs a time to visit and discuss kids and the challenges of todays society Relevant films and speakers are a part of each meeting Past presidents of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary No 2999 will meet at 6 Oct 14 at Pats Place Eisa Glenewinkel will be the The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary No 2999 will hold a membership party at Oct 15 Food will be provided All members are invited Bring a prospective member if possible The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary No 2999 will hold a social meeting at Oct 21 Officers meet at 7 The Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary will hold a birthday supper at 7 Oct 28 The cost is per person All members with birthdays in September or October eat free The Ostomy Support Group meets at 3 every third Sunday of the month at Northeast Methodist Hospital formerly Village 12412 Judson Road For more information call 6258697 New Braunfels Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder meets at 7 the third Monday of each month at Oakwood Baptist Church For more information call Karen Owens at 6292033 American Legion Post 35 and Auxiliary meets the second Tuesday of every month at at 4210 482 All veterans invited The Equality of Life self advocacy group for all handicapped people and those who support them in their endeavors to improve their lives meets the third Wednesday of every month at 511 North St Call Julianne at 6257394 for information Compania De Danza Folklorica meets from to every Wednesday Anyone wishing to join can call 6295667 Boys ages 5 and up can join free The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary will have a social meeting at Monday Officers meet at 7 The Book Review Club will meet at 10 Sept 24 at the Senior Citizens Center Coffee at The book Marys Land will be reviewed by John Malcolm The Hill Country Chorus New Braunfels own chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America meets from to every Tuesday at the First Baptist Church Choir Room located at Cross and Santa Clara Street Wed like very much to have you visit with us and if interested join with us to Keep America Singing Overeaters Anonymous New Braunfels Chapter meets at 7 every Monday at the First Church of the Nazarene 1465 135 East No fees New members invited For information call Betty at 6063053 Canyon Lake Masonic Lodge meets the first Thursday of each month A meal at meeting at The lodge is located in Startzville across the street from St Andrew Lutheran Church on FM 2673 Bring your dues card and come to a meeting Call Bud Wright at 9643154 for information Sams Cleaners N 5 Dry cleaned or starch Incoming order of or more in cleaning Two Locations To Serve You MUST PRESENT COUPON WITH INCOMING ORDER 6296296 274 Trade Center 275 LandaSt I I I Carnival Food Booths Exhibits Livestock Much More Wacky Wednesday Carnival Armband Special 28pm Arts Arrival Field Crops 7pm Miss Roundup Contest PRCA Steer Roping Admission I illJlrl i 1 muli I I lii PRCA Rodeo d v gate pail and carnival arm bandl Don Gay All Star Rodeo Co Fantastic Friday 10am Parade Play Day Events Noon Gates Open PRCA Rodeo 8Mid Dance Texas Unlimited School oludtnu idmintd Uj grotmfe Stupendous Saturday 9am Gates Open Best Western Wear Roundup 11 am Pet Show 1pm Fiddlers Contest 5pm Fair Queen Contest Miss Roundup Presentation PRCA Rodeo 9pm1am Dance Tommy Shane Stelner Texas Steam Terrific Thursday 89am Arrival Cut Flowers Arrival Field Crops 3pm Fair Officially Opens Llama Exhibit PRCA Rodeo 8Mid Dance Quarter Moon o c Color TV Night Recycle Aluminum Can Night Significant Sunday Noon Gates Open 2pm Lawnmower Races Bluebonnet Barrel Racing 8Mld Dance David Lee Garza Los Musicales For More Information Call 210 3796382 or 18005807322 Country Store Baby Barnyard Pig Races Register to Win Prizes VFW Post 7110 at 600 Peace St and Ladies Auxiliary meets every second Wednesday at AIAnon meets at 8 every Monday at the 24Hour Club 1142 Eikel St Call 6250057 for information The New Braunfels Kiwanis Club meets at noon every Thursday at Molly Joes Restaurant near the intersection of Highways 81 and 46 Guests are welcome New Braunfels Area Car Club meets the last Tuesday of each month at at the Victoria Bank and Trust Annex building The club recognizes original and modified cars and pickups 20 years and older Visitors are welcome to attend For information contact Bennie Mills at 6205013 Adult Children of Alcoholics a 12Step Support Group meets every Tuesday at 7 at St Johns Episcopal Church 912 Guenther For more information call Connie at 606 0647 New Braunfels Toastmasters International Improve your speaking ability Attend Tuesday meetings at 7 at Summit Center 2405 135 West Call 6294042 for information If you have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis the Society is here to help you Call 1800683 1627 The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild meets the third Saturday of every month at at the New Braunfels Christian Church Fellowship Hall on Loop 337 Membership is open to everyone The Wednesday Quilting Bee meets every Wednesday afternoon from 14 Visitors are welcome American Legion Auxiliary meets on the first Thursday of the month at at the post home at 41OW Coll St Canyon Lake Water Supply Corp regular meeting of the Board of Directors is the second Tuesday of each month at 1 at corporate offices 172 Julius Sattler Alzheimers Support Group meets at 6 every first Thursday of the month at Colonial Manor Care Center 821 Highway 81 West Call 6257526 for information The Hill Country Orchid Socfcty meets at the Senior Citizens Center on Landa Street the second Tuesday of each month at There is a show and tell at each meeting as well as a plant raffle Annual dues are 10 New Braunfels Great Books Discussion Group meets from 2 to 4 on the second and fourth Thursdays each month at Victoria Bank and Trust meeting room Interested people always welcome For information call 6254184 it Alateen meets Mondays from to Alateen meets at Eikel Ave in New Braunfels Alateen is a selfhelp recovery program lor teenagers who are children frienfls or relatives of alcoholics Members help each other and cope with the difficulties of alcoholism even if the alcoholic has not sought help For information call 6204354 t The Comal County Womens Shelter in New Braunfels is offering a new weekly domestic violence support group for family members who have experienced domestic abuse Call the center at 6207520 details and to sign up Alzheimers and Dementia support groups meet on the first Thursday of every month at 6 at 821 Hwy 81 West and on the third Tuesday of every month at 4 at the Senior Center on Landa St Both meetings are free and open to the pubic The meetings often feature special guests and speakers and literature is also available to those in attendance For more information call 6257526 Order of the Eastern Star meets the first Monday of each month at at the Masonic Lodge The Womens Center of Comaj County has a support group called New Beginnings that meers Wednesday evenings from to for victims of domestic violence Child care and counseling for the children are available during group however participants must can prior to group in order to let the staff know how many children will attend TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Sharp flavor 5 Packet of paper 9 Coasted 13 Troopers device 14 Song in an opera 15 Not yours 16 Actress Maureen 17 Bath powder 18 Ecjgshaped 19 Sincere flatterers 21 Standin for a king 23 Mount a gemstone 24 League 25 Chum 26 Body of water 27 Tiny 28 Arrives 30 Sandwich spread for short 33 Anthology 38 Marketplace 40 Stirfry need 41 Net fabric 42 Lumberjack of folklore 45 Ran as dye 46 Romantic appointments 47 Classified 49 Sounds of hesitation 52 Nighlline host Kpppel 53 Kimono sash 54 One Day Time 57 Young cat 59 Spectator 61 Composer Stravinsky 62 By oneself 64 Breakfast item 65 Not any 66 Not working 67 Exclusive group 68 CFLs 69 Meadows 70 Count on DOWN 1 Nevada lake 2 Acclimate 3 a not any 4 Comedienne Allen 5 Tattered 6 Historic periods 7 Feel under the weather 8 Knotting craft 9 Air pollution 10 Exists 11 Silly 12 Rivermouth formation 13 Mythical birds 20 With in Paris 22 Vote in 25 Lively dance 27 Universe PREVIOUS PUZZLE 81996 1996 United Feature Syndicate 28 Gluts 29 Ticket ends 30 Explorers need 31 Turkish title 32 As Like It 34 Had 35 Sick 36 Cheer for the bullfighter 37 Composer Rorem 39 Dwindle 43 Fork for one 44 Captures 48 Calorie counter 49 out using thriftily I 50 Harshness 51 Small rock 53 Reed instruments 54 Be of use to 55 Snappish 56 Johnson of LaughIn 58 Card after deuce 59 Earthen pot 60 Part in a play 63 Lyric poem STUMPED Call for Answers t Touchtone or Rotary 19004543535 ext code 500 95e per minute
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