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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 23, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page October APPLAUSE LadieB of the Thistle meet the National Society Ladies of the Thistle met for its reg ular meeting Oct 4 at the San Antonio Country Club The board of directors met at 10 with the new Gov General Delitha Guenzel of New Braunfels presiding Reports were given by First Deputy Gov Vesta Lee and Third Deputy Gov Pat McConneli who reported the yearbooks would go to press soon Many corrections had to be made as there were 15 deaths reported Registrar Virginia Bridge had just approved papers for a new member Jean Fish Treasurer Mari Del Lock wood made her report At 11 the group assem bled Rosemary Sanders gave the invocation Guen zel led the pledges to the and Texas flags and the Americans Creed Members introduced themselves and their guests In the business meeting a new recording secretary was elected Jeanne Morris of Kerrville was elected to replace Nettie Williams who resigned An invitation had been received from JiTdge Ed But ler and his wife Robin to attend a Lineage Society pic nic from noon to 5 Oct 11 at their home in Cross Mountain Ranch Lee introduced Rosemarie Taylor who gave a program on Mary Queen of Scots A gift was presented by Lee Special guests were John Johnson of Kerrville Wan da Perry of New Braunfels David Taylor of San Antonio and Rosemarie and Kirk Gre gory of New Braunfels The next meeting will be April 3 2004 at the San Antonio Country Club It pays to get As Photo submitted It Pays to Get As was launched with the help of from left Bob Wiegand Canyon High principal Susan Jones Smithson Valley High assistant principal Steve Evans World Car Motors general manager Elisa Racanelli New Braunfels High assistant principal and Roland Mena Judson High senior advisor High school seniors can register for a chance to win the car credit each time they have an A or B on their report card The winner will be drawn in June 2004 SVFFA Greenhands Recently approximately 40 Smithson Valley FFA Green hands attended the tradi tional SVFFA Gfeenhand Camp Throughout the day the Greenhands went through four 20minute sessions for the development of leader ship skills communication skills and teamwork building The 200304 Greenhand officers were elected They are Mason Diharee president Ronnie Grutzner vice presi dent Trevor Broyles secre tary Kristin Richter reporter Nathaniel Oku treasurer Kel ly James sentinel Joseph Schreiber student adviser and Sam Owens parliamen tarian DISCOUNT STORAGE 6261545 OFF COUPON New Customers Only Expires Electric Included ALWAYS A DISCOUNT AT DISCOUNT STORAGE ALL SIZES Share Your Favorlte Pet Is your pat the Cumfl Mtfimsefll M6st Unusatl Then dont miss this opportunity to enter your pet in the ind Annual special section for Animal Lovers Prizes will be awarded to the winner and first runnerup of each category All photos will be published on November with a full color centerfold of the winners Mail your entry to the address below or bring your entry along with your photo and to the Classified Department HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa Street New Braunfels TX 78130 830 6259144 November Pets Owners Animal i Tell us a little about your pet Circle each category In which you would like your pet entered Cutest Cat Cutest Kitten Cutest Dog Cutest Puppy Best Dressed Most Unusal Credit Card j Expiration Please circle payment type check Money Order HERALD To place an ad call 6259144 or 18774099860 Fax 6251224 Garage Sales Auctions Estate Sales Lost Found Legal Notices 100150 j Garage Sales 1111 Yard Sales GIRLS Softball team Rummage Sale 12farnily Food idrinks inc 900 Seguin Ave Old Centex OHice Bldg atHwy 81 Sat 85 Rain out day Sun 1372 RIVER ACRES Fri Sat 82 Like new clothes Ig plants much more Moving Out Oct 23 24 25 8AM7PM High Sierra Trophys 921 S Seguin 8306204440 57 Ford Pickup Jet skis Tool box headache rack AntiquesDisplays Car pet Decorator items Crafts Multiple items We are Rain or Shine Frj 83 1945 Squire Palace Heights lawn misc items GAR AGE SALE Fri Sat 160 Mystic Oak Take 46W Right Left Fallen Oak Left 9 Mystic Fridge WOODLAKE Neighborhood Garage Sale Woodlake Subd McQueeney TX SAM YARD SALE Oct 25 8am6pm 361 Purgatory HUGE SALE Antiques showcases stack chairs child desk file cabinet drafting ta bles computers print ers collectibles Fri 8am 1389 Industrial MOVING SALE 3442 Turnabout Cipolo Sat 25 Sun 26 81 Lots of stuff BRAND NEW Western clothing sales man samples household goods 1191 Guadalupe in Saltier Qct 24th 85 Oct 25th 85 1695 Dustin Cade S Walnut to County Line turn right on Pehmeyer Antiques collectibles toys clothes etc Fri Sat SUPER iALJS Fri Sat 81 Rain or shine covered 2 waterbeds antique sewing machine housewares tools lots of books movies misc NO Sales before 8AM 465 MAGAZINE Schopl uniforms lots of misc 8am3pm family womens clothing shoes house hold collectibles furn MOVING SALE Everything priced to sell Too many items to mention Frl Oct 24 2118 Hidden Meadow At North Park Meadow till Rain or shine 236 WINDSOR Steel Desks other of fice antiques mens clothes sz 3XXX shoes Christmas decor much more Frl 95 Sat 102 GRUENE CROSSING Sat Oct 25 8am2pm 886 Spyglass Decorative personal household items 4FAMILY Garage Sale Fri 1409 Oleander Dr clothes toys wares MOVING SALE 1009 Stonewall Sat Oct 25 93 No early birds Household ilGYARPSAlE Thur 1192 W Mill Off Walnut The HeraldZeitung publisher of the HeraldZeitung and the UPstream reserves the right to correctlyclassify and edit all copy or reject or cancel any advertisement at any time Acceptance of any ad Is subject to credit approval supervisory acceptance The HeraldZeitung shall not be financially liable for errors omissions or the failure to publish any ad for any reason APPROPRIATE ABBREVIATIONSONLY CHECK YOUR AD THE FIRST DAY It runs for errors Liability of errors shall notexceed the cost of the space containing the eror MULTIFAMILY SALE clothes kitchen more 446 Walnut Heights Frl Sat HUGE 200 SALE Toys household cloth ing more 100s of items under The Family Exchange 664 S Seguin 6295437 LIVING ESTATE SALi 25th 93 Multiple household items 301 S Second Stock dale Cash Sales Only ESTATE SALi 321 Prince Sat 25th Only 85 clothes tools yard tools toys books morel Rain or Shinel A ta my husband pn our tenth anniversary With all my low Estella THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE COMAL COUNTY WA TER RECREATIONAL DISTRICT HAS CALLED A MEETING OF THE PROPERTY OWNERS TO BE HELD AT THE ISLAND AT 10 AM ON NOVEM BER NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF PROPOSED TEXAS HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTS Sealed proposals for highway improvement contracts will be re ceived by the Texas Department of Trans portation TxDOT until the date s shown be low and then publicly read NTENANCE CON TRACT S San Antonio Contract 610443001 for CLEANING AND SEALING CRACKS in BEXAR County will be opened on November 19 2003 at pm at the District Office for an estimate of Plans and specifica tions are available for inspection along with bidding proposals and applications for the TxpOT Prequalified Contractors list at the applicable State Offices listed below Bidders must submit prequalification informatipn to TxDOT at least 10 days prior to the bid date to be eligi ble to bidon a project Prequalification materi ESTATE SALE Sat to SM 109 E Twgjbmwd New 9wflfels TX from JQPp 337 torn goto Gfl to wst wra figfet owe TswgjbwejwS Sectional Pwtette Ctaws Day Bed RedweK Cfessjts Sleeper I Twin Kwg Sjze Bs4Jewfky Cbsst OJB iyerSwy QJfe PruwsPrieatal Csfeet Beddwg Uaens JewelryKitchea Jcems iojMrifeoJW Ums Iteros als may be requested from the State Office listed below Plans for the above are available from TxDOTs website at and from reproduction panies at the expense of the contractor NPOM1238 State Office Division 200 E Riverside Dr Austin Texas 78704 Office s San Antonio District District Engineer 4615NWLoop410 San Antonio Texas 782290928 Minimum wage rates are set out in bidding documents and the rates will be part of the contract TXDOT en sures that bidders will not be discriminated against on the grounds of cace color sex or national origin IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STATE AS THE TEXAS ABANDONED MO TQR VEHICLE ACT THiFOLLQWINS VEHICLES WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE AT THE FQL LOWING LOCATION DATE AND TIME Location Zamoras Wrecker Service 2174 Spur New Braunfels Texas 78130 Date Friday Time AM 1993 Mazda 4 door 1YVGE22B9P5133633 1979Oldsmobile2 door 3M47F9R434136 19790ldsmobile4 3L69Y9X162459 Huge istete Sate Furniture Walnut PR suite 50s wrought Iron tub chairs IcjscieajncMrs Hunzinger lollipop chair Wing enure Wrought iron PA lurn coffee table Custom bedroom wlte Small Orientel screen lamp i lujllsw Mart pwrieh Blue Danube SwMlfy Oct to tro
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