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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8Kaleidoscope Herald-Zeituna. New Braunfels. Texas Thursday, August 6. 1987 Producers invited to Angora goat field day By MIKE BAR BOUR County Extension Aqent Mohair is natural tiber ot exceptional qualities it produces a luxurious fabric that is strong and durable, yet sott, with a unique natural luster It is also a tiber ot high value Good kid hair prices have been up to the $7 per pound range. Prices tor the Angora goats from which mohair is produced have also been very strong recently The Comal County Extension Sec vice is conducting a field day on Angora Goats to help producers take advantage of the current market situation On Aug ll. the field day begins at 9 a rn at Calvin Kraft’s ranch This is the old Duery Fisher ranch and it son EM ATA. 2 miles west of CS 281. toward Kendalia A sign will mark the rock entrance We will grade fleeces on the table, then chute cut a group ot goats prior to shearing The best parasite controls will be discussed in detail Then we will look at marketing and at tempt to foresee what will be happening to mohair supplies and rices in the near future For more information, call the ex tension office at 625-9178. District fashion show sew up several awards \t the recent District 4 ll Fashion Show in Uvalde, each ot the Comal County participants placed in their divisions. In the pre junior group. Him Nixon placed second in the sleepwear and specialty wear category; Lisa Poeck fourth, casual sportswear; April Fey. first, active sportswear; Koryn Wunderlich, fourth, in daytime non tailored, and Sharon Carpenter, tilth, dressy attire Junior par ticipants included Michelle Duncan placing fourth in the sleepwear and specialty wear category Kita Friesenhahn. second, casual sport swear Mystee Wunderlich, second daytime non tailored, and Cody Ellis, tirst. daytime tailored In the senior age group. Karla Friesenhahn placed fourth in active sports and specialty wear and Elizabeth Tschatsciiula placed third in non tailored davvvear Douglas Heilmann center, owner of Ducky s I Shirt Shop, discusses the Dancin in the Dark" and fits $50 contribution With him from left are organizers DeDe Beath Dawn Cool-Jerome Brimmage md Rene Brimmaqe Several students have planned the community project a part-Christian. part radio rock dance on Aug 1J The group expects to secure the fairgrounds for the dance (Photo by Frances Bridges'Dance in dark with new music From 8 p in to midnight on Aug 14 New Braunfels teen agers will have the opportunity to rock to one of New Braunfels finest bands. Kenny and the Craze and enlighten themselves about a new style of rock just as tun as radio rock \t this dance, teen agers will be in troduced to Christian rock such as music by \my Grant The dance has been organized by a group ot local teens and a few churches in New Braunfels These community members are in terested in today s young people and wished to host a chemical free dance to entertain them Individuals or businesses yyho wish to contribute to the tun may send a check to New Braunfels National Bank s Dancin' in the Dark a< count The goal is $800 For more information call DeDe Beath at 629 toto or 625 2721 or Dawn Cook at 625 0184UAM A Bl(> I IMI IN I IX VS Club Notes Minor family reunion The Minor family held its reunion this year w itll more than one hundred in attendance at New Braunfels at a park on the Guadalupe River call u s Campground This was the 20th year to gather tor food, tun and games The menu was planned and prepared by president and vice pres! tent Robert and Darlene Minor of New Brauntels With help from his brother-in-law FC Smith cl Boerne and all of Bob's sisters \iter the judging of (he winners in •ta* dessert contest the family had all kinds of sodas pies cobblers at ow rues and (tinkles to top otf thi> delicious dinner Winner ct the first place dessert was Belinda hall of San Antonio and Marilyn Jones of San \ntoniotook se cond place Games of horseshoes volley flail urds and bout rides were enjoyed \ everyone Horseshoe champs thi year were Hay Wilson of San Antonio and his partner James Adcox of Kearns, I tah Seems as no one could f »eat diem Maybe next year \unt Katherne Minor La Vernia was the senior member and James Cooley of New Braunfels was the youngest to attend For the tirst time in many y ears the family w as able to be with faintly members from Reynoldsburg Ohio Gene and DeDe Gillenwater who traveled the I rthest James \dcox also flew down from Kerns Utah to fie with the family Michael Woltshohl was at home »rom Germany to attend the funeral ot his grandmother Gertrude Minor in New Brauntels She never missed a reunion Next year *> reunion will be held June 18 at the same place New of deers elected for 1988 reunion are Bill and Marilyn Strickland ot Schertz as president and vice presi dent and Nell Mayfield as secretary Eden Association I he Eden Association held its third quarterly board of directors meeting rn the Frienship Room of Eden Home on Jul\ 22 Gene Dietert vice prest SKATE CENTER - SEGUIN OPEN FRI NITE; 7:30 10:30 BLDG NOW AVAIL SAT NITES FOR PRIVATE PARTIES. ETC ! (SKATING OR NON SKATING) RENTAL INFO: 372 ZEI EL FIESTA Sat., Aug 8*91 MAJIC Pm* v.iU* if f eh iff 9 p n $7 Fri , Aug 14 • 8 12 MET ALIS CONCERTI Sat., Aug 15*9 1 ROBERTO PULIDO Y LOS CLASICOS IRK IPU, Pm* sa!** or I it 21 *) ladies i1 9 ;    $7 735 1.1 10, SMuln 173 0161, 379 4554 dent presided In the absence of president Elmer Brot/e Kenneth Triesch ga\ e the invocat ion Various committee reports were given l he treasury report continues to show growth with the Bind balance at June to being $ In view of the capital lurid drive of Eden Home no membership drive was undei taken by the association in 1987 However the membership continues to remain steady there being a total of 52’ at the end ot June ut that number 126 are lite members Debbie Uuensmann recently employed as director of development was introduced to the hoard She will tie engaged in meet inc with church and other group** ami individuals concerning lurid develop merit and planned giving Flans tor the annual meeting to be field Get '28 were discussed and a nominating committee appointee name a slate to till three directors vacancies at the end ct tin** year iii i >clobei Proxy cards will fie mailed to members to record their vote fir nominate a person of then K iwanis At the July 46 meeting Ktv welcomed Danny Zoeller wf the program on pre need < arrangement ot tuner al (let; spoke of Hie sale ut such poll insurance salesmen and advised riot fie fie in a flurry but to study the plan and to cheek with the funeral home that would ti** honoring the pohvy contract, so that there would fie no misunderstanding go oi veals later There are so many ty pes of caskets and different cemeteries might b oe deferent requirements as to conc ietc liners The cost ot the casket (fie out -adc < out airier til** cemeterv lot opening and ( losing of tho clave ar** usually not included Zoeller stressed that any burial in st ructions ho some place other than in your will tor they would probably not be looked .it until the wit was read or probated and also that safety deposit boxes are not accessible on sunday s or holidays He st fessed that you discuss tho* with you! children tor if you wished to he cremated there could tie one or more sons ot daughters who would strenuously ob ject Mid remembei Blat ll is the children who v n *•<* ’ailing tho**** permits not you Daniel O’Neill subn resignation as of Julv B browsing through the shops and members watched the candle making process Lucille Marino gel arranged tor the trip whic h was en omit the Fischer store tty ( entei I tie pro [ it and given by one u information call Eagles Auxiliar y ck VLanda Coiffures T FROSTING N BLE ACHFS Proudly announces the Opening of The Hair Studio a Umse\ Salon Featuring a complete line of MATRIX ROUX REDKIN >» " ■■ 35. OO PF RMS IO 00 * U •oil pleted out* year ut p • I if fitful Canyon Lake Extension Homemakers Eleven member** ut hi- < ancor Lake Extension Homemakers * mf and six guest s motor ed to Fredericksburg lot tti* Julv annual social cv out A lunch was serve! I ‘each! t ee I ea Kook foil tour of historic homes th, b**d and breakfast ac com Some of tile flumes v ism* Hoerstet Home. >oii \nt< Home i > ast chaus sc tour Chemist Loft Guest \part their fieri) garden von Id ti** CO Seguin Elks Lodge : 331 Fariy Bod lane In the ne*, editor Saturday, August 8rh Public Invited • 8 00 I 2 OO Leroy (’Tollman H ) OH. For reservations call 37V 501 5 Thursday August 6 7 30 I I 30 Christine Albert K Champ Mood f dday August 7 8-12 David Hailey Saturday August 89 1 Clav Hlaker & The Texas Honky Tonk Band Sunday August 9 5 9 Hutch Hancot k Tuesday August I I 7 30 I I 30 Hubert Keen Wednesday August I 2 7 30 I I 30 David Hailey 625-0142 1410 Hwy 81 f > MANICURES 5.50 620-0506 Lone Star Theatres Nu I OO shoe** on Wed ( in#tn* S only j warner I New Braaafeb DMM Cinema 5 ■ San Marcos 353 35551 I f 'wm !>• iS I I MI I 70 V 10 ^ \ th .ll Ii if, c * ow . OO ; 2 To. RBBBCBP -,.. ....... H ____ os ins sos JJWfb . . OS. os ' Hi . MU I LAX tem ........V, "" '. ArxmSD HAMA : DRAGNET Revenge <»f The Nerds II " JAWS MW « • MU •wit'-.‘sh J oo . 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