New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
Friday, March 10, 1995 ■ Herald-Zeituog ■ 9Stammtisch
Moms and tots
A moms and tots play group, a place where moms and pre-schoolers can interact together and meet new people has formed. Meeting place is St. Paul Lutheran Church, 181 S. Santa Clara second floor kindergarten room from ll a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Bring lunch. Group meets every Wednesday. Call Jane at 629-6325 or Mary at 964-3141 for information.
The New Braunfels Chapter of the Mid-Texas Symphony Home Tour Committee is finalizing plans for its bi-annual Tour of Homes in the New Braunfels area. Several lovely and unusual homes will be open to the public Saturday, April 8. For ticket sales and more information, call Pauline Rector at 629-2995 or Jan Kytolo at 629-0629.
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is now signing children and adults up for summer swim lessons. The lessons will be scheduled throughout the summer at Lands Park Olympic Pool. All classes will be American Red Cross Certified. Class sizes are limited and all classes will fill up quickly, so now is the time to sign up your children. The fee for each session is $20 per person. Adult swim lessons also offered. For more information on levels, class times and dates, call or visit the parks office to pick up a program guide. Register at the parks office in Lands Park, or call 608-2160.
Junior Lifeguard Camp
Registration has begun for Junior Lifeguard Camp, conducted by the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department This will be for ages 12 to 15. Fee for the one week sessions are $30 and they are held at Lands Park. Session is July 24-28 from IO arn to 5 p.m. This course does not qualify participants to be lifeguards. For more information, call 608-2160.
Those currently enrolled or planning to attend a nursing program in the fall of 1995 are encouraged to apply for the Elliot Knox Nursing Scholarship or the Cecelia Springmeyer Nursing Scholarship. For scholarehip applications, contact Gwenn Scott at 606-9111, ext. 195. Deadline for fall 1995 is April 30.
Tha Comal County ShartfTa Porn will have Its regular meeting Thursday, March 10 at 7:30 p.m. at CCSP meeting room. CC8P grounds are located east of IH-35 between the Engel Road Exit and Ruekel Road exit. The posse la seeking new members. Anyone interested may attend the meeting. The CCaP is a non-profit organization promoting boree related functions.
New Braunfels High Behoot Claes of 1942
meets Friday, March 10 at Krause’s Cafe at 6:30 p.m. For information, call Howard Hufft, at 625-3637.
Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Ferdinand Undhelmer Chapter, meet Saturday, March 11 at 0:30 arn at Forkes Store. The speaker will be Jeanette Feiger, past chapter president and a native of New Braunfels. Her topic wa be “Founding of New Braunfels: 1845."
City Council Agenda Review, with District 2 Councilwoman Mary SerokJ, win be held Saturday, March 11, and March 25, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Dittiinger Memorial Library. For information, call 625-5864 or 625-5087.
oononn noinncn Conrad unniwinicw reunion will be held March 12 at The Oak, HOBE. Gonzales St. in Seguin. Registration at 11 a.m., meal at noon. Meal furnished, a donation is requested to cover expense. Please bring a vegetable and dessert Please bring an auction Item.
The New Braunfels Lioness Club will meet at Ryan's on Monday, March 13 at 11 arn Guest speaker will be Dr. Randolph K. Sanders, PhD.
Physician esslstsd support group for patients with a diagnosis of cancer, conducted by Peter Bemdt, MD win meet Mondays from 0 a.m. to 10 am at the Laurel Ridge Treatment Center, 1293 E. Common St starting March 13. For information, call 620-1056.
Captain James Jack Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will hold its monthly meeting Monday, Match 13 at 9:30 am. at the Education Budding, 430 W. MHI St. on the second door. Quest speakers wi be Corpus Christi authors Bid and Ricky Wakkave, on ‘Magnificent Barbar
ians.” Hostesses, Shirley Bryant and Dona Bruns. Public invited.
Tha Past Presidents of the Eagles Auxiliary wit have their next meeting at Krauses Cafe Monday, March 13 at 6 p.m. Evelyn Peterson Hostess.
Canyon High Sehool Friends of Education will meet Tuesday, March 14 at 7 p.m. in the Commons. Ms. Penny Cooper, school counselor, will speak on class choices for 1995-96 and the new Career Pathways program. All parents and students invited, refreshments will be served.
The Green Thumb Garden Club will meet in the home of Gerry Wink, 15 Valley View Lane, March 14 at 10 arn Joe Taylor, county extension agent, will conduct the program on blooming flowers.
The M.I. Hummel Club local chapter will meet Tuesday, March 14 at 7 p.m. at the Hummel Museum. For information, call Pat Bryant at 907-2118.
Guada Coma Garden Club meets March 14 at the home of Melinda Birdsong, 393 Elm, at 2 p.m. Bill Shumann will discuss the 1994 landscaping project at Prince Soims Park.
La Leche League meets Wednesday, March 15 at 10 a.m. in the meeting room of NBNB Center North, 1000 N. Walnut St. For information, call Dana at 625-1240 or Mary at 609-2889.
Marcia Saunders, president of the Texas Federation of Republican Women, will be guest speaker at the annual membership brunch hosted by the Canyon Lake Republican Women at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Co-op Auditorium at 11 am Wednesday, March 15. For information, cad Cassie Lathe at 699-2490.
The New Braunfels Multiple Sclerosis Support Group will meet one week early, on March 16 instead of March 23, at Ryan’s Restaurant. Col. Henry Reeves will be quest speaker. Can 625-5568 for information.
The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild meets Saturday, March 18 at 9:30 am at the New Braunfels Christian Church Fellowship Hall on Loop 337. Membership open to all.
The Comal County Scottish Rite Club will meet at John Newcombe's Tennis Ranch, Hwy. 46 W. March 18. The speaker will be A.W. Scott, of Austin. The social hour will be at 6:30 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. Bring a guest and enjoy an evening out. Call Baul Wright at 964-3154 or Virgil Gaskins at 625-4403 for reservations by March 14.
Old Rural Schools of Bexar County of 1880 through 1950 reunion will be Sunday, March 19 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Highland Social Club, located at 2929 South WW White Road at 2:45 p.m. For information, call Lucille Peril, 625-4690.
New Braunfels Republican Women will meet March 20 at noon at Molly Joe's Restaurant. Darryl Pool, County Chairman of Williamson County, will speak on 'How to be effective in politics.’ From Round Rock, Mr. Pool has been involved in politics since 1972, and was the chairman of the 25th Senatorial District Convention in 1994.
The Ladies Auxillary of the Bracken Volunteer
Fire Department will meet to discuss plans for the annual barbecue Tuesday, March 21 at 9:30 am at the BVFD Community Hall. Salad luncheon after the meeting.
Thursday, March 23, will be the first meeting of the Comal County Dialogue Group sponsored by the American Cancer Society. It will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the North building of Victoria Bank and Trust, 1000 N. Walnut. Anyone with cancer and their significant others may attend. Can 629-5717 or Marian Hicks at 629-1763 for information.
Women In Communications Bring a Friend Night will be Thursday, March 23 at 6:30 pm at the Schlitterbahn marketing office, 3150 IH-35 West. Sherrie Brammall, Schlitterbahn's public relations director will speak. Charge is $5. Men are welcome too.
Tri-County Rural School Reunion will be held March 26 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in New Braunfels. Registration from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Dance from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. It was voted to have no food.
American Legion Auxiliary #179 meets on the
first Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the post Home at 410 W. Coll St.
Boy Scout leaders, Girl Scout leader^, nature center staff, day care staff, etc.
Anyone interested should preregister by March 13 at the parks office located at I IO Golf Course Road. Scatin limited. Call 608-2160 for info hon.
7S20 to set up a pre-group appointment. There is no fee for services provided through the Women's Center.
The center is in need of donations of postage stamps, volunteers, three-ring notebooks, digital and infant thermometers ami a new sturdy vacuum.
Pap smears for women are available the fourth Wednesday of end) month at the Comal County Health Department. Any woman in need of a routine pap smear, who does not require birth control, may schedule an appointment by telephoning 620-5595. These exams are provided by a nurse practitioner.
The Comal County Family Women’s Center is starting group peer counseling for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Individuals who have experienced violence in their family or been sexually assaulted in the past are encouraged to use this opportunity to explore how these events have impacted their lives, while joining with others in the therapeutic process.
Family violence groups will be held Monday evenings at 6 p.m. and Wednesday mornings at IO am Sexual assault and incest survivor groups will be Tuesdays at 6 pm and Wednesday mornings at 11 arn. Interested individuals can call Patty Bray at 620-
Area families are needed to provide housing for the many German visitors who will be visiting the city during our Sesquicentennial celebration. About 80 people will be arriving Between April 14 and April 23. Contact Rusty Brandt at 629-5924 if you can help.
As New Braunfels' 150th anniversary approaches in 1995, members of the community are encouraged to begin selecting items to be included in a time capsule, which will be buried in commemoration of tire Sesquicentennial year. Submissions must be of paper origin, i.e.... photographs, letters, documents. Submissions must either fit in a 9x12 or #10 envelope. Costs for submitting envelopes for inclusion in the time capsule are $10 and $5 respectively. Deadline is Sept. 1,1995. Submissions and payments can be made at the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce office, 390 S. Seguin. The capsule will be buried at the Civic Center for 50 years.
The business counselor from UTSA'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 con
sidering 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.
The Women Infants and Children program at 11551 N. Walnut is giving immunizations free to participants as well as new applicants. Clinic hours are Monday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Walk-ins welcome.
Thrift shop spoelals
Teen Connection Thrift Shop will hold a special sale from March 4 to 11. The sale will have all clothing at $3 or less, housewares are 50 percent off, and more. The thrift shop benefits the community by providing low cost, reusable items to all, and is the main fund-raiser for the Teen Connection.
Youth Art Boat awards
Rain could not dampen the enthusiasm and fun of Youth ArtBeat ‘95. A wonderful crowd came to the Kids as Art Parade and many enjoyed the good food and fun before the rains came around noon.
The Awards Ceremony has been rescheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, March 11 at the Plaza Gazebo. In case of rain the ceremony will move to the Hummel Museum. The People's Choice and the Art League's Winners will be announced. T-shirts designed by Rachel Shipley will be sold for $10, with the proceeds benefiting the Art League’s Scholarship Fund. For infor
mation, call 608-2100.
Whits Cans Day
Members of the New Braunfels Noon Lions Club arc having their White Canc Day Saturday, March 11. Thirty-five percent of the money collected goes to the Lions Eye Bank in Austin and 65 percent stays in New Braunfels so that 40 to 50 children can receive eye exams and glasses. So please donate when you see the Noon Lions members wearing their yellow vests, asking for donations. Old eye glasses will also be accepted.
I “he New Braunfels Breakfast Lions Club will host its second annual Summer Youth Job Fair Saturday, March 11. The location will be in Wesley Hall, First United Methodist Church, 527 West San Antonio St. All area high school and college students, ages 15 and above are invited. Employers interested in participating call Preston Kennedy at 620-0241 or Mac McDonald at 629-9109.
Area herb expert, Ruth Abel, will be at Schulz Nursery in Marion from IO a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday, March 11. She will address the many ways in which herbs can enhance everyday life. Admission free. Public invited.
Parent Boosters of Boy Scouts Troop 387 will hold a paper drive March 11 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the HEB parking lot. Bring newspapers, magazines, phone books and catalogs. For pickup, call Tammy at 609-1204, or Hope at
Food and prizes
Kraft Mobiletel is celebrating six years in business Saturday, March 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Go to the showroom, 679 S. Seguin and enjoy food and, if you are lucky, a gift.
A Kite making workshop will be held at the playscape in San Marcos from I p.m. to 3 p.m. March 11. Make a kite for the upcoming Kite Festival in San Marcos in Apnl. Call Bonnie at 512-754-7773 for more information. Another workshop will be held March 18 at the San Marcos Library from I p.m. to 3 p.m. and a final workshop will be at the Playscape from I p.m. to 3 p.m. March 25.
The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will offer a Project WILD Workshop for adult youth leaders and teachers. The workshop will be held Tuesday, March 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Lands Park at the Recreation Center.
Project WILD is a wildlife-related supplemental program consisting of a set of activities designed to develop awareness, knowledge and skill related to the interrelationship of humans to their environment.
Participants will receive a copy of the new revised Project WILD Activity Guide for K to 12 grade levels. They may also obtain six hours of TEEAC credit.
The workshop is recommended to any interested adults, youth leaders, teachers, camp counselors, 4-H leaders,
The next Friends of Dittlingc Library book sorting will be held Tues day, March 14 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the new sorting location, 193 W. San Antonio, comer of San Antonio and Casten.
All citizens arc invited to join thii energetic, all volunteer group. Cal 625-6483 for details.
The NBU Employee Activities Organization will sponsor a bake sal? to benefit the March of Dimes Thursj day, March 16. A table will be set up itj the lobby at the Main Office on the Plaza. I-
The Comal County Youth Home making and Art Fair will be held Fri day, March 17 at the Comal Count} Fair Grounds. Doors open to the pub lie at noon. Baked goods and craft: will be for sale at 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m Line auction at 6 p.m. for all the grant and reserve champion goods. Everyon* please come out and support the younj people of our community.
Veterans Day Out
The George A. Garcia VFW memo* rial Post #11050, with its Ladies Aux* diary and the Military Order of the Cootie, Pup Tent #14 with its Ladiel Auxiliary are sponsoring a Veterans Day Out March 18. Location is ttyc Texas Army National Guard Armoijy commencing at IO a.m. and ending at 2 p.m.
The program is intended to provide veterans who are patients in Audfe Murphy Veterans Hospital under ttye Extended Care Therapy Center unit unforgettable day in their honor. < The veterans, with some assistance, will participate in a variety of games, magician will provide entertainment and the program will conclude wi live music. Local people interested i veterans affairs are encouraged to st by the armory and talk to the patient and to welcome them to the Ne Braunfels area. Any questions can go $) Marvin L. Brown at 609-2565.
They creep, they crawl, they bit^, and some are pests and some delight Young naturalists will get firsthand experience in the field of entomology at the Parks and Recreation Nature's Way: Creepy Crawlies.
This program is for children agqs five to 13 years old. The program Is Tuesday, March 21 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Landa Park picnic area #4.
Fee is $3 per child. Pre-registration required and will be taken at the parks office on Golf Course Road until March 20. For information, call 608-2160.
“How Does Your Garden Grow?" will introduce your child to the wonders of gardening with a story and hands-on activities for pre-schoolers.
Program is for ages four and five, Tuesday, March 21, from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Landa Recreation Center. Fee is $3 per child. Pre-registratiqn required and will be taken at the Landa Recreation Center until March 17. For information, call 608-2167.
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Call Betty 625-3451. Phone application* accepted
'74 Volvo 245 DL Wagon, AT, AM/FM, nice looking, reliable safe transportation. $1295. 899-4392.
76 Chevy Nows
Standard, 6 cyi., ha* new clutch, new trani., good cond., asking $900. Call 625-0427,
■76 Mercedes 2400. 4 dr., AT. AC. AM/FM, 2 owner auto, 30+mpg, very nice. $2995. 699-4392.
Convertible. Red. very dean, $2750. $20-1820 or 303-3135
11 BMW 320I, sunroof, 4 ap , very nice, licensed/ Inspected $2295.699-4392.
Van 1969 Ford Van, 1978 21 It. Stare raft Boat w/Johnson 85h.p.78,16 ft. Fiberglass boat. Mud lei a* 606-0632
1983 Mszds 626
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'70 Dodge Colt
Run* good, $1000 606-0612
'60 Toyota Corrolls
one owner, excellent condition, Grandma'* car. $4000. 625-463$ betorn 9pm.
*92 Isuzu Rodeo
4WD, 5-sp, 30k ml., cue-torn wheel! 4 tlrei, grill
fiuard 6 light rack, alarm, mmac. Asking $17,500. Cell Vince 629-6040
Corone DX 67,000 miles, extra dean $6250.6291492 after 6:00 p.m.
99 Nissan Maxims
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'90 Subaru Justy 4 wheel drive, 5 ap., low miles, runt great, $4000. Cell 609-5119.
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Part* For 1976 Ford Ranchero. Motor A trens. for 1963 Ford F100. 629-4694
Pens cars, 3 cars, 1 PU, all diesel 210/936-4032.
Want to sell
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'66 Ford Fairlana
SOO 289 Automatic, custom paint & rims, 2 dr. $1300. 625-1911 or 629-3947.
Good cond. 115k mils* $7900 Ask for Dave at 625-6943, days or 964-2456, nights/wknds.
1/2 ton pickup, 350, V8, Auto., Extended Cab, Long Bad, full badiner, sleet. windows, door locks, tinted windows, oversized tool box, headache rack, gSII guard, new tire*, new brakes, tail gats lock, spars tire locka, lots of TLO. NON-SMOKER. $12,000 629-3207 .
'91 Ford Ranger
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'84 Toyota Previa 7 pass. van, AT, AC. sunroof, Ilks new $2595 899-4392.
Van, ext. cab. front/rear air, power., good cond. $10,000. 620-7777 or 808-9100.
Bronze w/tan interior, power sun roof, powsr windows/ door locks, grill guard, new tires, Ilks new condition. $10,750,620-7614.
Very dean. 5 sp , tit!, cruise, baa liner, AM/FM cass., 48k, good gas mileage 210-620-5951 after 5pm.
1/2 ton PU w/ camper shell. 6 cyi., 3 sp std. trine , 60k actual miles $3000 560-1507, after 6pm
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Ski Boat 150 h p. Johneon motor, trolling motor, 2 dept finders, AM/FM cess, Magnum trailer, well cered for and maintained. $7,500 219 899 2610 or 625-6476
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