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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 18, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeituna O Friday October a 3A Stammtisch Pumpkin sale First United Methodist Church is selling pumpkins through Oct 30 The church expects to receive pumpkins and it plans to sell some of them at Gruene Market Days on Saturday Proceeds from the sale benefit the youth summer programs Christmas baiaar The ladies of the Dorcas Guild at Cross Lutheran Church will hold their annual Christmas bazaar from 9 to 2 today and Saturday Christmas gift articles and baked goods will be on display Canyon reunion The Canyon High School Class of 86 is holding its lOthyear reunion in October Activities include attending the homecoming game Friday with a mixer at the Treetops Riverside Grille afterward a picnic at Landa Park from 11 to 3 Saturday and a dinner and dance from 6midnight at Fairgrounds For more information call 1800794 6335 Retired feds The National Association of Retired Federal Employees will meet at at the Comal County Senior Citizen Center on Landa Street All retired federal employees are invited to attend Refreshments will be served Noon Tunes Noon Tunes on the Plaza will be held from noon to today Established New Braunfels favorite Jim Wesolick will be performing mood and country music Living single A seminar on Stress and the Single Lifestyle will be held at 7 today at First United Methodist Church 572 W San Antonio St Dr Nancy Logan will present the seminar which is sponsored by the churchs Singles Ministry Child care will be provided at the church for those attending the seminar Church sale The Bracken United Methodist Church Women will hold a giant rummage sale in the churchs fellowship hall from 8 to noon Saturday The hall is located on FM 2252 off of 35 south of New information or directions call 606 6717 Retiree appreciation Military retirees and their families Friday October 18 ZlON Saturday October 19 DAVE FROM TEXAS FM 306 FM 2673 9643992 Wives FrL Mighty Ducks The Ghost FrL Sot I Sun The Long Kiss Presented in The Chamber JjL Soil Sw CUMMER MAN Silo J are invited to attend the second annual Retiree Appreciation Day on Saturday at Randolph Air Force Base Retirees and their families will be able to register their vehicles get legal assistance update their health care services and survivors benefits and apply for military club memberships and obtain new identification cards For dental exams and Xrays that day call 6521846 for appointments To make an appointment for one of a limited number of eye exams call 9450411 Events begin with coffee and doughnuts at in Hangar No 4 with the Air Education and Training Command Band of the Wests Night Hawk ensemble providing entertainment Opening ceremonies begin at 9 The daylong event also will include displays of Randolph aircraft and firefighting equipment and a military working dog demonstration Guided tours of historic Randolph will be offered every hour between 10 and 1 A retreat ceremony will be held at featuring the Drum and Bugle Corps from Lacklands Basic Military Training Squadron For more information call the retiree activity office at 6526880 Christmas bazaar The Womens Ministries of the First Church of the Nazarene is having a Christmas bazaar and bake sale at 10 Saturday at 1465 Interstate 35 North just across from Canyon High School There will be many items made by the women of the church for selection The bake sales goodies will all be handmade All proceeds go toward the work of the Womens Ministries Rummage sale The Sophienburg Museum and Archives is holding a rummage sale from 10 to 4 Saturday at the Wagenfuehr Home and Barbershop Museum on West San Antonio Street next to the Wuest Super Market The sale will benefit the museum and archives and the New Braunfels Conservation Society To donate items to the sale call Jackie or Dennis Heitkamp at 210 9054590 for pickup or drop them by the Wagenfuehr Museum on Oct 18 MOV ii Library The BulverdePublic will i open its annual library book sale at 9 Saturday and it will continue through the next two weeks New and used books including paperbacks hardbacks reference books and collector books will be available To get to the library drive north of San Antonio on 281 turn west onto FM 1863 go a mile and turn west on Cougar Bend Drive The library is halfway down the block on the right Quilt guild The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild will meet at Saturday at the First Christian Church on Loop 337 Linda Carlson will present a program on Shopping also will be by Thimble Threads Sons of Texas The Prince Carl Solms Chapter Sons of the Republic of Texas will meet at 11 Saturday at the Holiday Inn A luncheon will served at noon Henry Guenzel will speak on the Texas navy Hoedown for kids The Ol Towns Hoedown will be held from 11 to 10 Saturday at Chucks Just BarBQue at the intersection of Highway 2673 and Triple Peak to benefit Project Kids in Safe Activities include live entertainment by Pure a tug of war contest in the mud a horse shoe tournament an auction a square dance sack races a beard contest pie backing and eating husband hollering and watermelon seed spitting To register for contests or to obtain more information call Linda at 9642254 or 9643003 Action center The Canyon Lake Action Center will hold its annual board meeting and directors elections at 2 Saturday The candidates are Bob DuBose Agnes Gelgenmiller Ben Hill Elliott Jacobson Barbara Jalonek and George Page The new board will take office in January Barbara Holden third from left gives some personal Instruction to Klein Opas Brad Herbelln and Hub Greentees Wurstfest members brush up on German Members of Wurstfest Association recently received firsthand instruction in dancing and the German language from organization experts Barbara and Bill Holden taught the polka waltz schottisch and macarena while Benno Engel Dennis Hermes and Bob Goebel had fun with their classes in conversational German The sessions were part of Gemuetlichkeit training members were invited to attend According to Wurstfest President Rusty Brandt the sesssions were scheduled to help members feel relaxed in their role as hosts during the annual Wurstfest A number of members expressed an interest in feeling more comfortable on the dance floor or responding to the German speaking visitor at the gate With so many talented members it was easy to set up the sessions provide instruction and Association a 200plus member have some fun at the same nonprofit organization whose Brandt said purpose is to promote the local Wurstfest takes place annually the economy through tourism and to first week of November and is preserve and promote New produced by the Wurstfest BraunfelsGerman heritage Put some laughter in your life Local author Henry Lanes new humor books YouU Never Get Out of This World Alive and Neighbor The Jokes On Me available at New Braunfels New Book Store Creative Books 373B Landa Shopping Center Join the Fun Factory IN 20 OFF Store Hours 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