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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 25, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 10 A ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Wednesday, Jan. 25, 1995Stammtisch Music Club scholarship Graduating high school seniors who plan music majors in college may apply for the $500 scholarship awarded each year by the New Braunfels Music Study Club. Applications are available from the three high school band and choral directors. Deadline, Feb. 11, auditions March 4 at Seele Parish Hall. There is a $2.50 application fee. For more information, call Melitta Frueh at 625-6658. Symphony bell The Debutante Committee of the New Braunfels] chapter of the Mid-Texas Symphony Guild met recently to finalize plans for the Symphony Ball and Debutante Presentation to be held Feb. 18 in the New Braunfels Civic Center. This year’s theme, A Winter Garden, will be used to present the 18 debutantes, with entertainment by the Red Parrock Orchestra. A cocktail buffet will be catered by Molly Joe’s Catenng. For more information, call Barbara Doeppcnschmidt at 885-2286. Debutant* applications The New Braunfels chapter of the Mid-Texas Symphony Guild is now accepting applications for the 1995-96 debutante program. Applicants should currently be high school juniors at an area school. Deadline is Jan. 31. The program gives young women at opportunity to participate in the arts and community service through direct involvement in the Mid-Texas Symphony and its Guild. They usher at symphony concerts, participate in other serv ice programs, and are honored at the annual Symphony Ball. For membership information or application forms, contact Carolyn Monson at 629-7303 or Paula Warren at 606-2600. HummslMarkt registration Craftsmen, artisans and collectors are invited to reserve space for Hum-melMarkt, to be held along with Hum-melFest *95. HummelMarkt will be open May 19,20, and 21 in Wursthalle at Landa Park. Hours will be IO a.m. to 6 p.m. on Fnday and Saturday (May 19 and 20) and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 21. Booth rental is $ 150 and v endors keep all their profits. Interested vendors can call 625-5636 for information. HummelMarkt is not limited to Hummel collectibles, but to anyone who would like to sell their creations or merchandise. Business counseling The business counselor from UTS A’s School of Business is in the Chamber of Commerce office every Tuesday to offer counseling in topics of interest to anyone in business or considering starting a business. Topics cover financing, personnel, business planning, taxes, expansion and many others. The service is free and confidential. Appointments may be made by calling 625-2385. Legion dance The American Legion H U. Wood Post 145 will host a dance on the 28th. Come and enjoy ballroom dancing featuring Leroy Grohman For reservations call 379-1079 or 379-6709. Chili and stew The Marion Volunteer Fire Department will hold its annual All You Can hat chili and stew supper Saturday, Jan. 28, starting at 4:30 p m. Cost is $5 for adults and $3.50 for children. To go pints will cost $2 and quarts will cost $4 There will be beef, port, antelope, venison, javcima and wild hog chili, as well as Firehouse Stew. There will also be tortillas, beans, coffee, tea and free blood pressure testing. Greyhound Adoption Retired racers will be available for adoption at A Pet City, 850 Hwy 81 W Jan 28 from 10 a rn to I p m Retired greyhounds make wonderful pets. They are housebroken and adapt quickly to home life and to other pets (even cats.) Greyhounds do not need a huge area to live in. At the track they are kept in crates and turned out four times a day. They are notorious couch potatoes. For more information call Pat Massey at 303-2229 or Gale Hicks at 379-3734. Adopt a retired racer and make a fast friend. Revival set Harmony Baptist Church will conduct a two-day revival with Mark Cole Jan 28 at 7 pm and Jan 29 at II am. Everyone is invited. Call 629-1324 for information. Blood drive First Protestant Church is sponsoring a Community Blood Drive Sunday, Jan. 29 in the Family Life Center The South Texas Blood and Tissue Center will accept donors from 8:30 a m until 12:30 p m For information, call 609-7729. Super Sunday barbecue Hie Guadalupe County Child Pro tective Services Board will hold its third annual Super Bowl Sunday Drive-Through Barbecue Sunday Jan. 29 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Plates can be bought at the K.C. Hall, 1015 South Guadalupe St. in Seguin, or at the Schertz Community Center in Schertz. Proceeds go to the emergency needs of abused, abandoned and neglected children in Guadalupe County. Training conference Child Protective Services and the Alamo Area Council of Governments will sponsor an accredited training conference ‘The Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorders: Practical Techniques,’ from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3 at the Ruth Taylor Concert Hall on the Trinity University campus, 715 Stadium Drive, San Antonio. Registration fee - $35. Call Judith Werking at 225-5201 for information. Paper drive Parent Boosters of Boy Scouts Troop 387 are holding a paper drive. Newspaper, oid phone books, catalogs and magazines may be dropped off Saturday, Feb. 4 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the HEB parking lot. For pick up call Tammy at 609-1204 or 620-7230. Cinderella performance The Missoula Children’s Theatre will perform Cinderella Saturday, Feb. 4 at the New Braunfels Civic Center at 1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. Children $5, adults $8. Tickets available at the Children’s Museum. Proceeds benefit the Children’s Museum, and the New Braunfels Art League scholarship fund. Call Jean Wilson at 609-0454 for information. Clown Corps Victoria Bank and Trust will sponsor the Free First Tuesday in February at the Children’s Museum. The Clown Corps will be on hand to entertain, demonstrate marionettes and make balloon sculptures. The Clown Corps will perform at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Feb. 7 at no charge. Queen of Hearts The Junior Class of New Braunfels High School is accepting Queen of Hearts Parent Cake Donations and any donations by Feb. 8. Please send to: Mrs. Karen Rayburn at New Braunfels High School, 2551 Loop 337 N. New Braunfels, TX 78130. ‘Rumors’ benefit Circle Arts Theater has announced that its Feb. 9 performance of the Neil Simon comedy ‘Rumors’ will be a benefit for the Comal Area Provisional League of Women Voters. The performance begins at 8 p.m. Tickets available from league members for $10. No discounts or passes will be accepted for this performance. For information, call Darlene Hicks at 629-5167. Aquatic program Physical Therapy Unlimited, Comal County Senior Citizens Center, and the South Central Texas Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation will co-sponsor an “Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program.” Classes begin February 13, 1995, at the Senior Citizens Center and will run for 5 weeks. The cost of the class is $20.00. Anyone interested must pre-register by calling Physical Therapy Unlimited at 625-7300. fjjh 'Deborafi Stokes, INTERNAL MEDICINE_ iVeir Patients Welcome Medicare Assignment Accepted iVo Ilejerrtil Accessary Office Hours: Mon - Fri Sara - 5pm (210) 629-2040 SHB JU Problems with your so-called "Bargain" Glasses? Let the Eyeglass Experts Service Your Glasses Today! era Creative Eyewear 844 N. Walnut New Braunfels 625-9770 DENTURES CE TUE 9€s 1. The PALATELESS UPPER DENTURE BENEFITS A. NO MORE GAGGING B. ENJOY THE TASTE OF FOOD AGAIN C. NO MORE USING GLUE 2. THE SNAP-ON LOWER DENTURE BENEFITS A. ALLOWS FOR BETTER SPEAKING ABILITY B. INCREASE CHEWING POWER C. 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Court Seguin, Texas 78155 Medicaid, Medicare Assignment Accepted Blue Cross • Blue Shield Provider New Patients Welcome Office Hours: 8 a m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Fnday Wttlri# 401-4401 January SpeciaC Liberty Street BBQ Buy I Bar-b-que Sandwich _ Sc Get One Free (includes brisket, sausage, park, honi, or turkey sandwiches) Open 11 am Daily • Orders To Go 629-1671 Liberty & North Street Now Accepting HU W Herald-Heitung if Spring ^Fashion ll % rn H #UIDE Phis is a which will very special broadsheet be published in the Herald-Zeitung, Advisor and Canyon Lake Times-Guardian. This is a guide to upcoming fashion trends as perceived by local fashion merchandisers. By advertising in the special section you will reach over 27,000 readers, which means traffic in your business to show off the latest fashions you offer. Your sales representative will contact you soon! "Let Your Fashion Show” Deadline: February 20th Published: Herald-Zeitung February 26th, Canyon Lake Times-Guardian & The Advisor February 28th. ;