New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 19, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
6 AB Herald-Zeitung■ Sunday, Feb. 19,1996
Defensive Drivina Class
Charlie Rose, Jim Goodbread & GII Lindsy
February 21 & 23 6:30pm - 9:30pm Henne Hardware (upstairs)
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Introducing New Colonel’s Crispy Strips.NBISD
HOT, GOURMET PIZZA, or your favorite pizza. with fresh, homemade dough, smothered in our famous sauce. rich with thick Lorn aloes and 12 herbs and spices. Topped with fresh vegeubles-never canned or frozen-plus gourmet quality meal loppings and 100% real smoked provolone cheese!
GARDEN KRESH SALAD with all fresh ingredients!
STEAMING PASTA with Mr
Gatti's secret recipe sauces!
SWEET DESSERT PIZZAS;
including our famous Dutch Apple
and Very Cherry toppings!
Walnut Square Center Walnut Avenue at IH-35 New Braunfels 625-5185
Authors visit Memorial Elementary for an evening of ‘Reading Under the Stars9
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NBHS has hoop dreams against the Cowboys
Word processing and water color classes are about to begin and they offer students a range of class dates.
On Monday, Feb. 27, Lorena Henk will begin teaching “Word Perfect 5.1.” The class will meet on Mondays and Thursdays from 7-9 p.m. at New Braunfels High School in Room C-54. Students will learn how to create, format and edit documents. Tuition is $50 with a $35 lab and materials fee. The instructor will teach the class only if a minimum of 12 students sign up so call now to reserve your place in the class.
‘‘Intro lo Word Perfect 6.0,” taught by Paulette Kelly, begins April 4 and continues through May 3 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Class meets from 7-9p.m. in RoomC-55of New Braunfels -High School. Whether you are learning Word Perfect for the first lime or if you want to upgrade programs, the class includes novice and intermediate level lessons. No more than 18 'students will he accepted and a minium * of 12 students is necessary to offer the class. Tuition is $50 with a $25 lab and materials fee. Students are required to preregister and pay a $25 deposit on the class.
From March 2 to April 13, Sarah ‘ Welz will teach the technique of waler color. Meeting on Thursday from 6:30-'9 p.m., class gets underway in the ' VEH basement classroom of The Education Center, 430 W. Mill Street. The 'class is $76 for tuition and supplies. A supply list will he furnished at registration, Preregistration is required; a minimum of six students is needed to 'offer the course
For more information or to register, call New Braunfels ISD Community Education at 620-6200
All Chicken Breast, Cooked the Colonel’s Way.
Introducing new Colonel’s Colonel’s" Crispy Strips served Crispy Strips. Delicious, all-breast with white gravy and a biscuit. So meat on the inside with a crispy try something new. Something breading on the outside. And for different. Something crunchy. New just $2.79, you can try four of the Colonel’sM Crispy Strips.
The Colonel s' way is still the best way.
Available only at participating KFC restaurants for a limited time only Tax not included
NBISD photos by LESLIE KRIEWALDT
Nationally known author and illustrator team Janice and Tom; Shefelman visited Memorial Elementary school recently to talk about their six books and the writing process. To a crowded library full of children and parents, Janice explained how aha developed! story ideas, while Tom showed how his sketches become book illustrations. While they talked to one grade at a time, the other grade was in the school gym “camping out” under the stars.' Second and third graders, dressed in their pajamas, read with their parents and teddy bears and snuggled with pillows In! sleeping bags. School librarian Ginn! Smith organized the sue-: cessful night of reading and learning. At far left, Janice and Tom Shefelman autograph a book for Alysia Koepp. At left, a couple of giggling young readers share a book. Above, Scott Ogden and his daughter, Maggie, view slides of Tom’s work while other youngs stars watch with them.
Sure, they’ve won the Super Bowl a few times, but how do the Dallas Cowboys stack up against the New Braunfels High School faculty in basketball?
They and the public will find out Monday, March 20 at 7 p.m. in the Unicom Gym.
The benefit basketball game is organized by the NBHS Student Council. Offered through the "Score Points Against Drugs" program, the game promises to be a fun contest to watch.
Tickets go on sale Wednesday,
March I at the high school at 8 a.m. The $ 15 ticket buys you an ‘‘up close and personal" look at the Cowboys on the court..
Four “marquee players” are promised to be among the Cowboys temporarily trading in the pigskin for a roundball.
A 15-minute autograph signing session is scheduled during the half-time break.
Among the players on the faculty team are coaches Cliff Wilkins, Victor Sierra, Noel Hansen, Larry Schulte
and Bruce McConaghy.
The Benefit Basketball Magazine, to be published for the game, is still seeking sponsors. By purchasing an ad, local sponsors also receive a Benefit Basketball poster for display in their businesses, free game tickets, autographed team poster and sweepstakes entries.
Ads range from $50 for a business card-size ad to $350 for a full-page ad.
For more information, call Student Council Sponsor David Simmons at 625-6271.
NBHS band looking
The weather may be bouncing from winter to spring but you don’t have to wait to see robins to begin your spring cleaning.
The New Braunfels High School Unicorn Band is holding a garage sale Saturday, March 4 at the NBHS Band Hall from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
The Band Boosters are accepting items for sale and can even pick up your goodies and give you a receipt for tax
I Community Ed I offers computer,
I water color
for garage sale items
purposes. Furniture, as well as other treasures, are eagerly sought. So, clean out that garage and give the folks at the band hall a call at 625-3800 (leave a message if no one answers), or call Booster Rosa Ramirez at 625-4133.
And now that you have all this room, stop by the band hall March 4 and see what bargains you can find.
Proceeds from the sale go to band scholarships and student trip expenses.