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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 3, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 8A p HeraldZeitung g Sunday August 3 1997 Were Meeting The New Braunfels Polio Survivors Croup will have its next meeting at 10 on Aug 9 at the Coma County Senior Citizens Center Interested polio survivors relatives and friends are invited to attend For more information call Debbie at 6065556 or Raymond at 6251363 Members of Hermann Sons Albert Kypfer Lodge No 106 are reminded of the meeting and social Friday at For the social members are asked to bring a salad For more information call 6583994 At every Wednesday the Herb Club meets at the New Braunfels Senior Citizens Center at 665 Landa St Admission is free There is no age limit The mission of the Herb Club is to help each other take control of his own health through herbal nutrition education Doctors chiropractors herbalists and other types of therapists are guest speakers at these meetings For more information call Mary McFadden Certified Herbalist Consultant at 6255935 New Braunfels Hermann Sons Lodge No 21 will have its meeting Aug 3 at 3 Members should bring sandwiches The Voelkl family reunion will be held on Sunday Aug 3 at Harmonic Hall in Shelby Barbecue will be provided so each family is asked to bring either a vegetable salad or dessert Meal time will be about so come early and allow enough time for visiting A silent auction will again be held Baked goods canned goods needle point or arts and crafts items which anyone is willing to donate will be greatly appreciated The Eagles Aux 2999 will hold a business meeting at Aug 4 Officers meet at 7 All Republicans arc invited to attend a countywide Republican covereddish picnic at 6 Aug 5 in Landa Park pavilions 4 and 5 Susan Weddington acting chairman of the Republican Party of Texas will be the guest speaker A covered dish sufficient to feed a minimum of tour people is the admission price Drinks and papervgoods provided TtitrpicniC is sponsored by the Republican Family Club of Comal County The club will not meet at its usual meting place the New Braunfels Christian Church this month New Braunfels Newcomers Club will meet at at the Senior Citizen Center 655 Landa Street on Aug 5 The program will be on healthy nutrition New residents to the community are welcome to attend our meetings and enjoy the hospitality hour which starts at The Mens Garden Club will meet at Aug 7 at the Agricultural Extension Service meeting room at 132 S Water Lane Doug Miller will discuss Water as our Special Bring items tor sharing The Unitarian LJniversalists will have Kathy Taylor horticulturist and landscape artist speak on her view of spirituality in nature at Aug 9 at the Faith United Church of Christ 970 N Loop 337 The public is invited Descendents of Thomas Schwab horn 1818 Michelsromback Hesse Germany will be holding their 38th annual Schwab Reunion on Aug 10 from 1 1 to 5 at the Hermann Sons Lodge Hall at Highway 90 and Farm Road 725 in Seguin A catered meal will be served beginning at For reservations and more information please contact Lorene at 210 675 0679 or Janice at metro 6095195 in ihe San Antonio area In the New Braunfels and surrounding areas you may call Virginia at 830 6254951 Vivian at 830 6252056 or Ruby at 830 6257202 Those attending are asked to bring a dessert and a bingo or attendance prize All family members and friends are welcome Fugles 2999 Auxiliary past piesidents will meet at 6 Aug 1 I at Kyans Steakhouse Evelyn Schwab will be hostess The New liiaunfels Christian Womens Club will hold its monthly luncheon from 11 to I at ihe New Hiaunfels Holiday Inn Texas newest inductee into the Cowboy Hail of Fame Jackie I lowers Hayden will be at the meeting here will also be a fashion show by Canyon Blues of Sattlttr and by Barbara Mexico of Canyon Lake For information or reservations please call Michele 606 0400 Mary Beth 6089007 or Jan 8992277 Eagles Aux 2999 will have a social meeting at Aug 18 Officers meet at 7 Guest speaker will be Christina Smith from Hospice The Canyon LakeFischer Club for Family and Community Education will meet Aug 19 at the Fischer Store School Community Center Refreshments and fellowship will begin at 9 and the meeting will begin at Marry Lee Bivona will present a program on Ribbons and The meeting is open to everyone For further information please call 8993713 or the county extension office at 1 830 6203440 Canyon Lake Republican Women will have their regular meeting at 10 Aug 20 at the Canyon Lake Action Center County Clerk Joy Streater will be the guest speaker explaining state election laws and party rules Visitors are welcome The Cancer Dialogue Support Group meets every third Thursday of each month from to 8 at The Medical Team office Executive Plaza Building RandolphBrooks Credit 555 Interstate 35 West This is a change from the previous location at Hospice Rock House The meeting is open to anyone who would like to share concerns and information with each other For more information call 6298181 or 18001008 Comal County Rails to Trails meets at 10 the Saturday of every month The community group envisions making a scenic trail through New Braunfels Meetings are at the Eden Home 631 Lakeview in the Friendship Room Call 6292130 or 6204519 for information meetings are conducted at 1M2 Eikel St at the following times noon and 8 through Friday 8 Saturday 11 and 8 Sunday Call 625 0057 for information Overeaters Anonymous meets at 7 every Monday at the First Church of the Nazarene 1465 Interstate 35 East Call 6063053 for information Graduates of the 1942 class of New Braunfels High School will meet the second Friday of each month at at the Tree Tops Riverside Grille for dinner and fellowship All classmates and spouses are encouraged to attend The Literature Club meets from 7 to 9 on the first and third Thursdays of the month The group welcomes literature enthusiasts to read and discuss contemporary authors Call 6430062 for information The Comal County Womens Center offers the following groups on an ongoing basis Letting Go is a support group for women whose lives have been affected by violence and abuse of a physical emotional or sexual nature who are striving for self understanding life enhancement daily coping strategies and stress management skills It meets at 6 Mondays HEART Help End Abuilve Relationship Tendencies is a 12 step recovery program for physically or emotionally abused or formerly abused women It meets at noon on Tuesdays Working the Steps will be presented once a month as a supplemental study and discussion of the 12 steps and their application in our daily lives It meets at 5 the fourth Thursday of each month An Adults Molested As Children support group is offered for survivors of childhood sexual abuse who desire to deal with their past pain and leam how to better the quality of their lives today It meets at 7 Monday For information about these groups or services call 6207520 Weekly gatherings of Christian 12Step Study provide fellowship and Bible study based on the 12step model of recovery from a Christian perspective Open to the community the gathering meets on Sundays from to at First United Methodist Church For more information call 6200253 Smokefree Bingo can be played in Seguin Mondays at Hermann Sons on Highway 90 Wednesdays at the Knights of Columbus Hall near Starcke Park Thursdays at Seguin Elks Lodge on Early Bird Lane Thursdays at McQueeney Lions Hall on FarmtoMarket 78 Fridays and Sundays at American Legion on Kingsbury Street and 7 Wednesdays and Saturdays at McQueeney Veterans of Foreign Wars on Gallagher Road Bingo can be played in New Braunfels Mondays at the Knights of Columbus Hall 111 Landa Tuesdays at the Holy Family Church 245 S Hidalgo 7 Wednesdays at the American Legion Post 179 Academy Avenue and West Coll Street 7 Thursdays at the Fraternal Order of Eagles 257 E South 7 Friday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 71VO 600 Peace Ave Btngo hosted by the American Legion Post No 35 can be played at 7 Saturdays at the Comal County Sportsman Club 252 S Kowald Lane pmeros IBarber has moved We look forward to seeing you again and thanks for your business vote for Bill Biggadifce NBISD District 4 Early voting is July 21August 5at the courthouse and NBISD Education Office Election Day is August 9 at Lunar Elementary Our Children Their Future Pd Pol Ad Bill Biddadike Campaign Bill Cauanannh Trpa 8RO Fnrinn rir NowRraunfole TYTdion SAVE 205066 at LACKS OPEN SUNDAY I WO Money Down NO Interest NO Payments til Nov 97 Buy with no interest no and no payments until November 1997 Minimum purchase ol Subject to credit approval and does not apply to Finance charges will accrue beginning October f but will be deductedlFcontract is paid in full on or 30 Lamp 97 020 6 Railroad Clock Mirror 971509 5f5 x 710 Red Rug s 889 1 Cocktail and Two End Tables 944020 Futon Bunk Bed si45io Royce Home Theatre Wall System 3 PC Oak Home Theatre Center 95 553 Cherry Writing Table vo 2 PC Sectional by 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