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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas FREE CONTINUED FROM Page 1A fun for only be working the Little League booth because my sons are in it and our church youth group is doing the Connec tions Henk said shes been com ing to Wurstfest for 39 years and planned a orderly route through the concession What she couldnt she planned to take home with her in a paper tote I know exactly what I want after all these she I start at one end and work my way Last but not I get a good potato Abernethy said he is also a Wurstfest but didnt have an exact schedule in MANDY More important than a The three HeraldZeitung participants Celeste Mike Abernethy and he was checking Wanda Henk were fans of the potato pancake while other purchases rang prices to find the best ing wurst in tachen and beer to the always popular sausage on a some things could not be bargained Its all about the potato but I have to start with a cold he I have to cleanse my palate Wurstfest Henk and Salge skipped the beer booth and went straight to a favorite treat wurst in a sausage in a pita with sauer The sticker price for wurst in tachen is but since Salges husband worked the she saved some money with a price of Sauerkraut is an acquired she Some sauerkraut is real really sour but this is good sauer Abernethy said sauerkraut was one of the things he would simply not he was willing to fork over cash for the kartof fel or potato pan The Bracken Volunteer Fire Departments booth offered the spuds at two for or two pancakes and a sausage for I think we all agree that this is the best deal Abernethy Salge agreed that there was EVENTS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A SophienburgNew Braunfels Archives Museum of History 10 Braunfels Art League Gallery 10 Art Stein Parade Sneak Braunfels Art League Gallery 10 Braunfels Art League Gallery something special about the kartoffel You cant get them any other she Henk and Abernethy got pancakes and while Salge skipped the Henk also picked up a sausage on a stick and shared her potato pancakes with an inquisitive Wurstfest visitor in another concession By this her bag was getting full with Wurstfest Kaffee Plaza 14 Heritage ofTexas Handmade Furniture 25 of Ferdinand Lindheimer Home 59 Box Braunfels Art League Gallery 510 Kunsthalle Arts Recreation Center adjacent to Wurstfest Gate OldTime Melodrama StarWurstVCircle Arts TheatreLeague Gallery November 2005 HERALDZEITUNO Page 9A I bring the bag so I can save some food to eat at she But not the pan I have to eat them Salge and Henk each purchased a pork chop on a stick and beverage for and At this Henk was out of but dipped into her own pocket for some fresh potato how used his price comparison skills to find a cheaper pork chop across the He purchased his pork for making the others jealous of his sav Ive still got lots of mon he Can I borrow some Henk I bet youre going to use it for You never Aber nethy I might just surprise you and get a funnel Now that they were on the subject of Salge picked up a fried cheesecake and bread Abernethy felt he could do better with his money and headed to the Naeglin Bakery where he bought an apple ginger bread man and zimt fladen I have enough left for a Abernethy counting his remaining who had to return to her sta tion at the Little League said she thought about buying a chicken but planned to spend her last on potato You can really buy a lot of food for she Enough to feed for Water board approves sale From Staff Reports CANYON LAKE The board of directors of the Canyon Lake Water Supply canvassed voting results from Saturdays balloting on whether to sell the nonprofit utility to a California Board Secretary Bill Holmes reported at Wednesdays reg ular trustee meeting that 952 votes were cast in favor of the sale to San Jose Water Holmes reported 296 votes against the The margin in favor was percent to In percent of CLWSC mem bers cast CLWSC spokesman Robert Case said the number of votes cast surpassed the utilitys quo rum of 10 percent of The official number of votes in favor exceeded the required twothirds of those which was required for the sale to The under which SJW will set up a Texas corporation mat will own requires the firm to assume and retire million in pay out million to members and set up an eightmember board of directors that will include three members of the current The sale is expected to take six months to a year to com It must be approved by Texas Weve Expanded 3 Buildings FULL of antiques and collectibles Holiday Sale ALL Furniture and glassware 20 off through December 17th 10am 6pm 12 am 6 pm 1305 San Antonio New TX 78130 6267744 SHOTGUN WILLES Lawn and Garden Equipment Repair 168 Nacogdoches New Braunfels 8306268874 2108270272 I Offering residential and commercial repair WE WILL BE CLOSED ON 24 24 HAVE A FABULOUS THANKSGIVING COVERING SONGS FROM METAL BANDS SUCH AS METALLICA PANTERA KILLSWITCH A5ILAYDYINC cVMORE NOVEMBER FRIDAY FREE CONCERT COMAL Qnt36 VEHICLE ACCESSORIES iM TRUCK AO AND RtCCWl WITH League of Women Voters Comal Area Invites you to the annual fund raising auction on November 15 at the Forke General The League of Women Voters Texas Education Fund publishes Voters Guides for state and federal Through the Guides the League provides an opportunity for every candidate to inform the voters of their positions on the issues of the The auction raises funds to support this important educational Auctioneer Comal County Sheriff Bob Holder Items Donated include Bob Holder Cowboy Hat Budweiser Camp Chair Comal Creek Wine and Hors douvres for 10 Gift Certificate Onion Grill Gift Certificate Pottery Mortar and Pestle Housedeaning Service and Ink Drawing of the Comal County Courthouse from Local Collectors Jewelry cheese and dessert will be The auction starts at at the Forke Store on Conservation 1300 Church Hill Northwest of Goodwin Primary School off Loop Everyone is Come join ic bid in the and meet members o your League of Women COMAL COUNTY KA1HGHOUNOS EXHIBIT th ft FREE PARKING FREE ADMISSION TEXAS CINEMA CIINLJVIA Kxperlenee The DiJJcrwcfl MARKETPLACE 12 651 BUSINESS IH35N 830 625 4400 INTERNET TICKETING AVAILABLEII 4ZATHURA PG DERAILED R R 4THE WEATHER MAN R LITTLE G R LEGEND OF ZORRO PG SAW 2 R PRIME PG13 DREAMER PG FOG PG13 WALLACE GROMIT G No Pass Supersavers No early shows HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE NOWI STARTS 18th SMASH HIT
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