New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
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Friday, August 16, 1991
Unicorns barbecue Aug. 29
The New Braunfels Unicom All Sports Booster Club is holding its annual Meet the Unicorns barbecue Aug. 29 at 6 p.m.
Tickets will be available at the gate, and they are $4 per person. Booster club members will also be selling the tickets in advance.
The Aug. 29 barbecue will also features athletes of the fall sports programs at New Braunfels, with football, volleyball and cross country athletes being honored.
Everyone is invited to attend the barbecue and meet the Unicom athletes.
Bowling league to meet
The Comal Ladies Monday Afternoon Bowling League is having an organizational meeting to plan for the upcoming season.
The meeting, during which members and newcomers can discuss matters pertaining to the Fall League, will be held at I p.m. on Aug. 19 at the Comal Bowl.
All members of the league or anyone interested in joining are urged to attend the Monday meeting.
For more information about the Monday Afternoon League, call secretary Maxine Reiningcr at 625-3674. The fall league will begin bowling on Aug. 26.
Softball meeting Monday
There will be an organizational meeting for managers and general members of the New Braunfels jdult softball league on Aug. 19.
The meeting will be at the Miller Wholesale Beers conference room at 7 pjn., and will involve planning for the upcoming fall season.
Flag football registration
The New Braunfels Youth Flag Football League registration will be held on Aug. 24 and Aug. 31 from 9 un. until noon at the Victoria Bank and Trust building on Walnut Avenue.
Children in the first through sixth grades arc eligible. Grades 1-2 will be in Division I, Grades 3-4 will be in Division 2. and Grades 5-6 will play in Division 3. A SI5 registration fee is required.
Ranger tickets now on sale
Season tickets for the Smithson Valley football season are on sale now at the high school.
Sales will run from approximately 9 a m. until 3 p m. at the Smithson Valley from office.
The tickets will remain available until Smithson Valley’s home opener, which is Sept 20 against Leander Last year's season-ticket holders will have the option to renew their same seats at any time when tickets arc on sale
The Rangers, who played six home games last season, only have four this
Smithson Valley hosts Leander
Sept. 20 and San Antonio Cole on Sept. 27 in non-district contests.
In District 26-4A play, the Rangers will play home games against Lockhart on Oct. 18 and Canyon on Nov. I.
CHS season tickets on sale
Canyon High School football tickets for fans who do not have season tickets are currently on sale.
The tickets will be available at the Canyon High School office from 8:30 a.m. until noon and from 1:30-4 p.m.
The Cougars open the 1991 varsity season at home against Leander on Sept. 6. Other non-district home games will be on Sept. 20 against Boerne and Oct. 4 against Randolph.
The Cougars host Gem ens on Oct. 17 and end the regular season with a home game against Bastrop on Nov. 8.
Unicorn ticket Information
New Braunfels High School football tickets will be on sale to the general public beginning Monday and continuing through Friday.
Tickets will be on sale between 8:30 a.m. and noon, and from 1-3 pan. Please bring the name, address and phone number of each ticket holder.
Unicom home games this year are against Kerrville Tivy (9/13), Ge-mens (9/20), San Marcos (10/11), East Central (10/25) and Seguin (11/8).
Meet the Rangers Aug. 21
Smithson Valley will also hold its annual Meet the Athletes night on Aug. 21, the first day of school. Members of the football, volleyball and cross country teams will be honored at this program.
The event is sponsored by the Smithson Valley Booster Club, and the public is invited to attend.
NBTA hosts doubles event
The New Braunfels Tennis Association is holding a doubles tournament on Saturday starling at 8 a.m. at the New Braunfels High School courts.
Anyone 13 years old or older may enter. The tournament will be structured based on the participants’ relative level of skill and experience, with both male and female divisions.
The entry fee is $5 per person, plus one can of tennis bal Is per team.
The deadline to enter is 7 p.m. on Friday. To register, call David Perkins at 625-8672 or Sally Forney at 629-6659.
McKenna starts volleyball
McKenna Memorial Hospital is starting a volleyball league this fall, and is extending an invitation to anyone who wishes to participate.
It will be a co-ed. B team volleyball league, with games to be played weekly
The games arc scheduled for Mondays ai 6 p m . starting on Sept. 9 and continuing through Oct. 21. The site for all games is the courts on the hospital grounds
Registration forms can be picked
Fall sign-up underway at Solms bowling club
The fall league sign-up period is currently underway at ihc Solms Bowling Club. with the 9-ptn league likely to start in the neat few weeks The deadline to register is Aug. 23. and anyone interested in playing this (all should sign the hook ai the Solms Bowling Ooh The league needs bow ten and anyone who wants to play is encouraged lo do so There is no cost
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The league will probably sun approximately a week after the signing deadline, after the teams are selected The selection process will begin after Aug. 26. at which time the current league completes play.
For more information, call Robert Lehmann ai 625-1216 or the Solms Bowling Club at 625-9801.
Elks compete in scramble
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Warning first place in the scramble was the learn of Glenn Case. Jim Hays, Sarah Dclashmuu laid Jim Bo. ham
In second place was Ed Jones. Velma Fairchild, and Lloyd and Irene Taylor
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up at the hospital pharmacy from Rcnce Herfunh or Brenda Martin, at 625-9111 extension 184, or Tim Briony in administration, extension 386. Entry fee is $10 per team.
Spots open for Rowdies
The San Antonio Rowdies, a soccer team which features several New Braunfels players, is'holding tryouts in August.
The team has played in tournaments all over Texas, traditionally enjoying a high level of success.
Boys bom between Aug. I, 1977 and July 31, 1978 who are interested in trying out for the Rowdies should contact Mark Knell at 492-9294, Coach Mike Hawker at 657-6220 or Robert Rodriguez at 625-7300 or 629-3379.
Clinic for women golfers
The Landa Park Golf Course has scheduled a clinic for women golfers Sept. 16-20 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the golf course.
Call 625-3225 for more information.
Bass tourney Oct. 19
The Comal County Bass masters are sponsoring an open bass tournament Oct. 19 on Canyon Lake, starting what the club hopes will become an annual event.
The entry fee is $30 per person, with an optional $5 to enter a big bass pot with 80 percent payback.
The Comal County Bassmasters are a local fishing group affiliated with the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society and Texas B.A.S.S. Federation Clubs.
Entry packets for the October tournament are currently available, with
rules and entry forms included. Packets can be found at Holiday Marine, Coleman Electric or Marine Concepts locally or at Anchor Marine in San Antonio.
For additional information, contact club president Ricky Roberts at 629-5921 or tournament director David Bufkin at 342-0967.
Water Works offered
Water Works exercise classes arc scheduled at the Landa Park Olympic Pool from 7-8 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays and from 9-10 a.m. on Saturdays.
The class, offered through the Parks and Recreation Department, is led by Candace Wells, who is in her eighth year as instructor. Call 625-4416 for more information. Roadrunner events In GR
The Randolph Roadrunners will be holding some of their October events in Garden Ridge.
The running club will feature two volksmarches — walks of IO and 13 kilometers — and a 25-kilomt ervol-ksbike on the weekend of Oct. -6.
Participants can start between 7 a.m. and noon, with the events closing at 3 p.m. each day. Preregistration deadline is Oct. I.
All three of the events will start and finish at the Garden Ridge Taco Co., at the intersection of FM 2252 (Nacogdoches Road) and FM 3009 (Natural Bridge Caverns Road). That intersection is 1.8 miles north of Interstate 35 on FM 3009.
For more information, contact Dick Toth at 659-3913 or Del Campbell at 657-2133 after 6 p.m.
1973 Buick LeSabre, excellent condition. $795 OO, Call 629-5326.
1979 Fiat Convertible Spider 2000 5 spd.,& looks & runs good. $1,500. Great Buy, 620-4543.
1983 Buick Park Avenue, AC, ps, pb, am/Im stereo, loaded, $1950 OBO 625-4252.
For sale ‘72 Toronado, good condition, loaded $750. 629-5816._
Low Monthly Auto Insurance. Call 625-3000.
'79 Chevrolet Station wagon, automatic, A/C, am/ tm cassette, 629-9117, (713)667-1553._
1987 Dodge Daytona Turbo, 5 speed, AC, t-tops, PW, $4000 nag. (512)438-2306.
1987 Mercury Sable LS, V-6, loaded, well maintained, garage kept. $6950, 629-7655.
'70 Maverick, runs well, mechanically sound, $550. 620-7776._
'76 Monte Carlo, fresh engine, needs work, $450
79 Buick Century Station wagon, good tires, runs good. $1,095 or best offer.
'85 Chrysler 5th Avenue, sedan, loaded, leather seats, excellent condition, $3495 OBO; '73 18ft Winebego $4850. 512-899-2947 after 5pm.
Batteries starting at $18 exchange. Wanted: Cars & Trucks COMAL AUTO SALVAGE 629 6965.
By owner 1989 Subaru GL, 4 dr. AZC, auto, loaded, 30,000 miles $6,500. 625-3619.
For sale- 1969 Hyundai $7,000. 1991 T-Bird $14,000. After 6pm, 512 629-4444.
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