New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 15, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
Now Braunfels High School asst of 1966 will hold a reunion June 7 and 8. For information, call Michelle Sim-monds-Tysdal at 608-0305 or Mike and Ten Sides-Sullivan at 606-0147.
VFW Post 7110 will celebrate its 50th anniversary Saturday, May 18 with a dinner and dance at the Post Home. Doors WHI open at 2 p.m. The program WHI begin at 2:30 p.m., followed by installation of Post and Auxiliary officers. AH members and spouses ara invited. Please call Bob Quent, post commander, or Janice Quent, auxiliary president, at 625-6143 for tinner reservations on or before May 14.
In lieu of their regular meeting, the Canyon Lake Republican Women will tour the Capitol and Governor's Mansion on May 15. The next regular meeting will be June 19 at 10 arn at CLAC. There will be a program on Americanism.
Unltarlan/Universalists will meet J Wednesday, May 15 at 7:30 pm at the [ United Church of Christ, 970 N. Loop L- 337. Public invited. Topic: “What Do We Believe.*
The Canyon Lake Community Youth Recreation Center board win hold a public meeting to discuss the project at 7 p.m., May 16 at the VFW HaH in Settler.
St Ann’s Christian Mothers Altar Society of Sis. Peter and Paul Cathole Church will hold its meeting May 16 at 2 pm aft the Knights of Columbus HaH. The program wit be The Angel of God singing group, (children’s group from • ^ the school), direct by Debbie Niland.
Garden Ridge Area Republican
Women win hold a business meeting and luncheon May 17 at 11 am at «?the Northcliffe Country Club. John " Knaggs, author and political consultant, win be guest speaker. Call 651-5375 before May 15 if you want to attend.
The National Association of Retired Federal Employees will hold its next meeting at 9:30 am, Friday, May 17 at the Senior Citizen’s Center i Landa Street Refreshments win be Program will be presented >y Mrs. Nuhn, on the Habitat For f Humanity program.
new Braunfels myn ocnooi wises 1943 WHI meet at Ryan's Family May 18 at 11:30 am for For information, call Rudy at
The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild WHI meet Saturday, May 18, aft 9:30 am at the First Christian Church on Loop 337. The program WHI be given by Dixie Haywood, "Ifs Not a Quilt TH Ifs Quilted.’ Public invited.
The annual Masonic Oak Pilgrimage and Picnic win be Sunday, May 19 at the Masonic Oak Park in Brazoria, Texas. For information and directions, call James Chambers at (409) 265-3322.
New Braunfels Republican Women will meet at noon Monday, May 20 at Capparelli’s Restaurant. Speaker wi be James Whitworth, candidate for state senator. Guests are welcome.
The Eagles Auxillary win have its
social meeting, Monday, May 20 at 7:30 pm Officers to meet at 7 pm. Mothers Day program. Bernice Ebens-berger, hostess.
American Association of Retired
People meet May 21 at the Senior Center, 655 Landa St Meetings start at 9:30 arn Refreshments wi be served at 9 a.m. Members with a birthday this month bring cookies. Reservations for a catered meal must be made by May 18 by calling 225-2223 or 625-7600.
The Canyon Lake-Flscher Club for Family and Community Education WHI meet May 21 at the Fischer Store School Community Center, with refreshments and felowship beginning at 9 am., and the meeting beginning aft 9:30 am. The program wi be ’Property Rights’ conducted by Rose Gandall. The meeting is opened to everyone. For information, caH Rose Gandall at 935-2909.
Redwood Cemafts^f Hairs WHI moot May 25 at the cemetery. Dedication of the historical marker wM be at noon. Barbecue plates $4.75 win be served with a meeting afterwards. Contact Norman Gus Fischbeck at 620-0296 for information.
The Book Review Club wi meet Tuesday, May 28 at 10 am. at the Senior Center. The review wiR be given by Peggy Edwards of the book WM Rogers Rode the Range by Margaret SheHabarger AxteH.
The San Antonio Chapter of the National Scoliosis Foundation wiH meet Tuesday, May 28 at Preecotfs Orthotics at 6715 San Pedro at 7:30 p.m. CaH Chris at 696-2459 for infor-
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Looking for a lift
Carmen Flores, secretary to the counselors at New Braunfels Middle School, has a daughter who has been accepted to the International School of the Americas next fall. Liliana has been chosen as one of only 330 students in the San Antonio area for this challenging high school .The school is housed on the Robert E- Lee High School campus.
Carmen is looking for transportation for Liliana, who is too young to drive. Classes are Monday through Friday, so Carmen needs to arrange rides either to the school or to a bus pick-up point on Walzem Road. Call Carmen at 625-4344 if you can help.
Congressman Lamar Smith has invited area high school students interested in attending one of the United States military academies to apply for nominations through his office. The application period will continue through mid-November. Applications are available through the Congressman's San Antonio office at I IOO RE. Loop 410, Suite 640, San Antonio, Texas, 78209. The telephone number is (210)821-5024.
Free financial counseling
Consumer Credit Counseling Service, a non-profit organization, has an office in New Braunfels to serve area residents. CCCS offers free, confidential financial counseling to help solve credit or debt problems or just to provide information about managing money and credit wisely. To learn more about Consumer Credit Counseling Service or to schedule an appointment, call 1-800-410-2227.
Road to Recovery
The road to Recovery is an American Cancer Society Volunteer Drive Program. Volunteer Drivers take cancer patients for their treatments locally and to San Antonio. The program covers Comal County. To become a volunteer chive, call Bob Peterson at 625-3252.
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is accepting registration for its summer tennis program. Session I will meet every Monday morning from June 3 to July I. Classes meet from 9 a.m. to IO am. at the Prince Solms Tennis Courts. Thfc '1 ; /oimii /ynfcaf! -
Noted artlet Karl Schulz will bo in Now BrounfWo Saturday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m. at tho Family Ufa Canter of First Protectant Church. The public la invited to thin Outdoor Gallery of Art recaption to loam more about the project The Family Lite Center la at Con and Seguin Ave.
class is open to youths age IO and oil er. Fee is $25 per participant. For it oration, call 608-2167.
Red Stocking revue
The Community Service again producing the Red Stocks Revue as a major fund-raiser, formances will be on June 21,
23 at die New Braunfels Civic The community is invited to Director’s party Monday, I pm at the historic Forke Store/ Conservation Plaza on Churchill S^et- At the parly, the director will gi/a gen-
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The lost presses of the American Railroad willi the topic of a talk by Larry Maxw. one of the last officials of the pate passenger train, at the Marionfommunity Library Friday, May | from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.
The Broken Players of the Bracken Christiapchool in Bulverde are presenting the Case of the Disappearing Youthjnoir,” Friday, May 17 at 7 p.m. TH play, an audience-participa-tion fnody, written by Tom and Cele/ Letehwoith, promises fund for the pole family. Tickets are $3 for $2 for middle and high school and $1 for children under 12. die school at 438-3211 for ticket Bracken Christian School at 670 Old Boerne Road in
Subway will have a two-day ‘Buy get one for 99 cents’ event Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18. A portion of total sales for these two days will be donated to the Children’s Miracle Network Telethon.
Trai of homaa
Join the Friends of Tye Preston Memorial Library for the annual Trail of Homes in Canyon Lake. The days of the show are Saturday, May 18 and Sunday May 19 from I p.m. to 5 p.m.
eral overview of die show i are interested in performir the chance to sign up.
For information, cal Melaney Beath at 620-3( Bissett at 629-0262.
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Saturday, May 18, is the Bradzoil Lube-a-thon, benefiting the American Cancer Society. Have your car’s oil and filter changed, fluids and tires checked, windshields washed, and interior vacuumed all for $25, and within
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