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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 19, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas October 2001 Page 7A AROUND TOWN Contact Features Kditor Hetty Taylor at 625 DEAR ABBY Wifes outbursts of temper escalate to physical assault DEAR ABBY My is normally a very caring but she has a volatile When she loses she slams Even as a Delia had a reputa tion for being a But shes no longer a little Were both over Recently her temper has escalated to hitting in addi tion to verbal While I was driving dur ing our I made the mistake of laughing at something Delia considered In full view of our children in the she hauled off and hit me across the This was no love tap my jaw was stiff the entire next Even more now that the vacation is over and she has cooled she sees no need to She claims I deserved I have my but vio lent behavior is not one of Ive suggested anger management to Delia she even went for a few sessions but now How can we help her to change NEVER BEEN HIT BEFORE IN TINSEL TOWN DEAR NEVER BEEN HIT BEFORE whether verbal or physi cannot be Your wifes outofcon trol anger must be har nessed she V inflicts serious injury on Everyone feels angry at some It can be triggered by many including feeling fearful and Many people have never learned to express that anger in acceptable Explain to Delia that the challenge is not to deny her but to understand what is making her angry and to express it in ways that will be more effec tive and There are more proven methods for cop ing with anger without lashing out or hurting those around I have incorporated some of them in my The Anger in All of and How to Deal With To order a copy of this send a self addressed plus check or money order for funds to Dear Abby Anger Box Mount IL 61054 Postage is includ ed in the Club Notes Photo submitted Many local volunteers and members attended the 31st Biennial convention of the National Federation of Republican Women which recently took place in San Shown are Barbara Bucky Marian Nancy Barker and Helga few of the many New Braunfels volunteers involved in the Photo submitted Alternate Delegate Nancy Barker and Primary Delegate Ruth Pharis from the New Braunfels Republican Women recently attended the 31st Biennial Convention of the National Federation of Republican Women in San Photo submitted Texas Commissioner of Agriculture Susan Combs was wel comed by the New Braunfels Republican Women and their many guests at the September Combs addressed the problems that Texas ranching and farming face as a result of the 11 She was welcomed by NBRW President Ruth and Vice President and Program Chairman Sami Join us online at FRI8PM OCT1QTH ROCKABILLY SAT 9PM OCT20TH COUNTRY 3 i FRI 8PM OCT26TH AMERICANA Off HWY46E New Braunfels 8306254255 Dance 1UII Friday LARRY JOE TAYLOR Saturday Night TWO TONS OF STEEL CD RELEASE PARTV COMING 25 MERLE HAGGARD Liw Texas Music Ewry Siuunlay Sunday Afternoon ADVANCE TICKETS Tickets online unil or mil 606128I SBHCIOL The Conial Springs Colonial Dames of theXVIIth Century met for its regular meeting 25 in the library of the Education Center on Mill Refreshments were served by Hostess Marylynne Haney of San In the absence of President Fairy Past President Wanda Perry She thanked the Hostess and welcomed guests Muriel Jackson from Wimberley and Mary Colantoni of New Chaplain Lois Wyatt of San Marcos gave the invo Pledge to the Flags and the Americans Creed was repeated in Minutes of the March 27 meeting were read and Treasurer Delitha Guenzel gave Treasurers Marydean Motz gave the National Defense In report of officers and committees it was noted that Vesta Lee has four Coats of Arms and has researched and proven 19 ancestors for Colonial Members were urged to bring cancelled stamps to send to Veterans Vice President Vesta Lee introduced the Rosemarie DAR Regent of OlShavano Chapter in San She gave a most interesting program on Three Great Colonial The next meeting will be The program Quaker History and Customs will be presented by Annetta Guests are Descendants of Samuel Freidrich Andreas and Dorthea Elizabeth Dewitz Erxleben attended the first family reunion at the Albert Kypfer Hermann Sons Lodge located in Clear Texas on May Memorabilia and deli cious food was enjoyed and shared by all that Door prizes were won by Erna Erxleben Koepp and Ashley Gifts CAJUN FESTIVAL CAJUN FRENCH MUSIC ASSN SAN ANTONIO CHAPTER were also awarded for those attending in the following categories Oldest Man Walter Halm Oldest Woman Helga Pankau Youngest Ashley McClintoch Longest Married Walter and Verda Lee Pantermuehl 56 years rum MUStCt im iv Turn JFOOOf OCT 20 11 AM11 PM THREE CAJUN BANDS RODNEY THIBODEAUX GULF COAST PLAYBOYS SWAMP ANGELS SETUPS BYOB 12 FREE BIO WOODEN DANCE FLOOR MARTINEZ 7791 ST HEDWIG RD FM 1346 FM 1346 at FM 1516 21O G8431 89 IMP RH ROCK GLOW FRI 8 SflT MITES 12 oo OCTOBER SPECIAL 2HRS OF BOWLING BOWLING SHOE RENTAL 1 LG PIZZA OF YOUR CHOICE 1 PITCHER OF SODA to 6 SUNDAYS Noon 8 PM MON thru THURS Noon 8 PM FRI SAT Noon PM PARAMOUNT BOWL 1202 HUISACHE 8306256263 Shortest Married and Jerome 3 years Longest Drive to Attend Reunion Weldon and Mary Ellen Erxleben of Schmidt Plans are being made for another reunion in and comments and sugges tions are Call 830 830 964 3930 or 830 arket lace HONE STAB THEATRE typtrience The Diffemctl Times Good Oct 19th Ocl 25th 1651 Business IH 35 Daily 836 6254400 I Mo Shoin MonFrl 19 25 WALNUT 6 H 35 K WALNUT 6400 From Hell I ID REQUIRED FOR THIS SNOW Riding in Cars With Boys I Last Castle ID REQUIRED FOR THIS SHOW AH Dm Tuwdwl JEEPER8 CREEPERS R All Dm TuMdayl JOY RIDE JR AN Day TUMdiy Bandits Max Keebles Big Move ID REQUIRED FOR THIS SHOW D z u a ONLY SERENDIPITY PQ13 iRTS IN ATLANTIS PQ13 No showi Dont Say A Word H ALL ROCKING LOVE SEATS aAUL 8TADIUMII Zoolander Q Hardball The Glass House Qj I The Musketeer ID REQUIRED FOR THIS SHOW st i ji SERENDIPITY PQ131 ZOOiANDER PQ131 JOY RIDE Rl BANDITS PQ131 PONT SAY A WORD R HEARTS IN ATLANTIS IPQ13J ONLY CORKY ROMANO PG131 12 J8 IRON MONKEY PQ13 TRAINING DAY Rl tTHE LAST CASTLE Rl RIDING IN CARS PQ13 FROM HELL Rl No tarty Mon Frl v 2001 TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Obscure 5 Raise 9 Arrived 13 Similar 14 Dwlghts rival 16 Bankrupt 17 Sign of the future 18 Yogurt choice 19 Con 20 Foundation 21 Swamp 22 Banged up 24 Wildebeests 26 Writer Morrison 27 Difficult time 30 Chandler genre 34 Wildflower 35 Tresses 36 Bog 37 JFK info 38 Pours 39 Auto 40 Singer Turner 42 Social insects 43 Verse makers 45 Tiny bubbles 47 Command 48 Snow boots 49 Paper toy 50 Rice alternative 53 Dawn goddess 54 Tardy 58 Gance or Ferrara 59 Violet start 61 Leave out 62 Fish organ 63 More rational 64 Dainty pastry 65 Electric fish 66 Ladys title 67 Mets home PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED DOWN Scifi with The Type of bean Hawaiian strings Breaks a promise Largish amount 6 Is between jobs 7 Custard 8 martial art 9 Skull 10 Family member 11 Small amount 12 Writer Bagnold 15 Not alfresco 23 Terminate 25 Opposing vole 26 Adds water 27 Golden Boy playwright 28 Math term 29 Prince Williams mom 30 Postpones action 31 More pleasant 101901 Unnuct Fuuluru Synilicnlu 32 Teed off 33 Concise 35 Rounds of applause 38 Disorderly and noisy 41 Dismays 43 Furry companion 44 Leopard cousins 46 Was on a jury 47 Deprive of weapons 49 Asian country 50 Magazine part 51 NYC theater award 52 Confide in 53 Longactive volcano 55 Calcutta nanny 56 Poop out 57 Blues singer James 60 Floe hastily STUMPED Call for Answers lough lonuoi Phonus 95t poi minute 19003709800 code 500
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