New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 8, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
6A □ Herald-Zeitung □ Wednesday, October 8,1997We’re Meeting
The New Braunfels Newcomers Club fund-raiser is in progress, with the sale of entertainment coupon books. Save up to 50 percent on dining, travel, movies, sports, amusements, car rental, airline tickets, video rental, river sports and much more. Call 620-0660 or 625-2223.
The Silver Canter dances
The Silver Center will sponsor four country western dances in October. Food is served at 5:30 p.m. and the dance is at 7:30 p.m. Cost is $5. The Texas Connection performs Friday, Texas Top Hands performs Oct. 24 and Native Sons from Sabinal, Texas, performs Oct. 31.
Crime prevention wovtcshop
The New Braunfels Downtown Association will have a workshop in cnme prevention at 6:30 p m. today in Room A/B of the Municipal Building, presented by New Braunfels Police Chief Ray Douglas.
You can’t do everything
The Unitarian Universalists will have their minister. Rev. Les Pugh, conduct the service at 7:30 p.m. today at tin: Faith United Church of Christ, 970 N Loop 337 His sermon is entitled, “You Can't Be/Do F.verything.”
Junior Miss orientation
Junior Miss Orientation will take place at 7 p rn today at OakRun Middle School. All junior girls living rn Comal County are invited to hear about the 1998 Junior Miss Scholarship Program
I he New Braunfels Business and Professional Women meet the
second Wednesday of each month at the Holiday Inn The October meeting will be today, with the social ticginnirig at 6 45 p rn and the dinner meeting at 7 p rn. Distnct 6 director l.ois Henderson will be the featured speaker I or information, call 625-1X47 or 609-9X49
I he New Braunfels Music Study ( liih will meet at 7:30 p rn Thursday at the Seek* Parish House auditorium I he program is entitled, "selections from Musicals and < Iperas."
AAM happy hour *
The Comal County AAM chib will host a happy hour at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Old Icehouse, 1407
W. U.S. 81.
The Comal County Women’s Center is sponsoring a poster contest to educate the community about domestic violence. Participants are to submit a poster to the Comal County Women’s Center by 5 p.m. Friday. For information, call 629-7520.
Triumphant Lutheran Church in Garden Ridge will celebrate its annual Octoberfest Celebration Saturday. It includes an entire day of Oom-pah-pah music, workers in authentic German costumes, sausage on a stick, games for the kids and the best barbecue in Texas.
The arts and crafts fair will be open from IO a.m. to 6 p.m. The Jubilee Polka Band will begin playing at 4 p.m. A brisket meal will be served at 5 p.m. followed by hayrides in the country and a street dance. For information, call (210) 651-9090.
La Mujer Tejana will sponsor its annual health fair from 9 a.m. to I p.m. Saturday at Holy Family Church, 245 S. Hidalgo St. Among the free services offered are: flu shots, vision screening, dental screening, posture analysis, blood pressure reading, blood sugar test, height and weight check, food pyramid and healthful recipes, fitness test and body fat
at the Water Street Oyster Bar, 7500 Broadway at Nacogdoches in San Antonio. The topic will be “Food Mood.” For information, call (210) 653 8668.
The Dreibrodt family will have a reunion at I I a m Sunday at the Veterans of Foreign W ars Post No 3079, 400 S Texas 359 in Mathis Attendees are asked to bnng two of the following salad, vegetable or dessert
The William Hightower Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, and the C aptain James Jack \intiic4M CLI. Forum.Will meet'. Chapter, Daughters of the
American Resolution will have an annual joint picnic at 6 p rn Monday at I anda Park pavilion No 16 Members are asked to bring a covered dish Sian Cunningham of F.dward I) Jones Co. will speak on “W hat s Right with America.”
at 7 pm Thursday at the American
I egion Hall on Coll Street Plans for the annual fund raiser will be finalized .ii the meeting For
information, call 629-2963
< Ipcn to .ill bridge players, the New Braunfels I-Iks will have bridge night .it o 45 p rn I nday A donation of per player is requested Free refreshments will be served between the thud .md fourth rounds
I he ( alison High School C la«s
of 1987 will celebrate a 10-year reunion I ridav and Saturday For information, call 620-4610 or (956)
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I he I erdinand l.indheimer
< hapter of the Daughters of the
Republic of texas will meet at I I *0 a rn Saturday at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church Henry Guerra will be the guest speaker A catered luncheon will be served Call 625-9480
I tie New Braunfels Polio Sui vivois Support Group will meet
at lo a iii Saturday at the Comal
< ountv Senior Citizens Center. Guest speaker, Mary McFadden, will discuss "Health and Nutrition Using Herbs Interested polio survivors, relatives and friends are invited to attend tor more information, call 606-5SS6 or 625-1363.
I he Prince Carl Sol ms Chapter, Sons of the Republic of texas will meet at IO 30 a m Saturday at the Pinto Ranch Grill Richard Kobinett of the Sons of the American Revolution will speak on the SAR essay contest for reservations, call 629-4 397
A panel of health-care prov iders will otter an opportunity for the Diabetes Support (.roup to have “A Casual C onversation about Diabetes with Physicians Assistants” at 2 pm. Sunday in the private dining room at Central Texas Medical Center, 1301 Wonder W orld Drive in San Marcos.
I he Krause and Jonas reunion
will be at IO 30 a rn Sunday at the Hermann bons Hall in Clear Springs Bring a covered dish to share with everyone Tea. punch and coffee will
be [HO VI dei!
I tie ( oaiition of Former Military
Wises is a support group for women who are divorced or about to be Jisorted from their military spouses. I he next meeting is 2 p m Saturday
analysis and early childhood information.
St Andrew Church bazaar
St. Andrew Church in Canyon Lake will have a country bazaar from 9 a m. to 4 p.m. Saturday with an auction beginning at IO a.m. The church is at 7420 Farm-to-Maricet 2673, between FM 3159 and FM 2722, in Canyon Lake. For information, call 899-2273.
Star Foundation car show
A day-time car show to benefit the Reach for a Star Foundation will be from IO a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 12 at the New Braunfels Factory Stores. The New Braunfels Area Car Club will host the show. Exhibitors will be charged a fee of one new, unwrapped Christmas toy to enter. For information, call MAX-FORD.
At its Monday meeting, New Braunfels City Council will consider the appointment of two members to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. These are three-year terms ending Oct. 13, 2000. Applications for the positions are available in the office of the city secretary and must be delivered to the city secretary by noon today.
Christian Woman’s luncheon
The Christian Women’s Club will have a luncheon from 11 a m. to I p rn Tuesday at the Holiday Inn. “Meet Us at the Fair” will be the day’s theme Tickets are $7.50 Reservations are necessary; cancellations are essential, lf not contacted for reservations by Friday, call 608-9007,
Eagles No. 2999 Auxiliary Past Presidents will meet at 6 p rn Monday at the Smokehouse De De Young will be the hostess
I he New Braunfels Lioness Club
will meet at ll a rn Monday at Ryan's Steak House William Phillips, district governor of the Lions ( tubs, will be the honored guest
New Braunfels Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
7110 members will have their annual membership dinner at 6 p rn Monday at the River City Smoked Meat Co. Restaurant. The dinner is tree to all auxiliary members but reservations must be made to Janice Duent at 625-6143 by Thursday All members are encouraged to
620-6194 or 899-2277.
Networking lune foe on
The New Brauinfels Women’s Chamber is beginning monthly informal “Networking Luncheons” on the second Tuesday of each month from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. The group will meet Tuesday at Pinto Ranch Grill, downtown at 190 S. Seguin Ave. Lunch will be a dutch treat, and friends are always welcome.
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Oakwood Women in Ministry invites area women to hear Evelyn Linton’s testimony at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at Oakwood Baptist Church, 2154 Loop 337 North. Linton is the past owner of the notorious Green Gate Club in San Antonio, now a Christian.
The public is invited to hear Bob Offutt, the area’s representative to the state board of education, address the question: “Can you improve the quality of public education?” at 7 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative new
auditorium. For information, call 899-4749.
Taste off tho Town
Taste of the Town, benefiting the Children's Museum in New Braunfels, will take place from 6 to IO p.m. Oct. 16 at the National Guard Armory. 2253 Interstate 35. A $15 ticket entitles adults to sample the fare of the area’s finest restaurants. Tickets for members and groups are $12. Children will have their own Pizza
and Playtime party at the Children’s Museum for $5 each. Call 620-0939.
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A blood drive will be conducted in Marion from 9 a m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 16 in front of the Marion Community Libraiy.
Appointments are not required but recommended. Call 914-2803.
Rising star celebration
A New Braunfels Women’s Chamber “ Rising Star Celebration” will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Oct 16 at Eden Home, 631 Lakeview. Eden: Home has begun a new program called “Eden Alternatives,” which invites pets and children to interact with the residents, enriching their lives.
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I he New Braunfels High School Band Boosters will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the band hall All parents of NBHS band students are encouraged to attend
The Guada Coma Garden Club will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the
Forke Store, Conservation Plaza,
1300 Churchill Drive. Bill Schumann will give the history and habits of the roses in the Dr. Dorris I) Brown Antique Rose Conservatory. Each club member is asked to bring a guest
St. Ann's Christian Mothers of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church will meet at 2 p m. (Jct 16 at the Knights of Columbus Hall Martha Joyce will speak on “Fating Healthy When Fating Out ”
Eagles Auxiliary No. 2999 will have a social meeting at 7.30 p m (X*t. 20 Officers meet at 7.
The Canyon l.ake-Kischer Club for Family and Community Education will meet Get 21 al the Fischer Store School Community Center
Refreshments and fellowship will begin at 9 a rn and the meeting at 9:30 a rn
The program “Clothing and Protection from Pesticides’’ will be
by extension agent Pat Rasor. For
information, call 620-3440.
Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary No. 2999 will have ajoint birthday supper on Oct. 27. It will also be a Halloween costume membership party. September and October birthdays eat free.
The New Braunfels Republican
Women’s Oct. 20 meeting has been rescheduled. The group will meet (Jct. 27 at the Forke Store
The business meeting starts at I I a m., with speaker and program to
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The book, “Oma, Tell Mc about Olden Times,” by Roberta Posey Mueller will be reviewed by Barron
I he Canyon Lake Eastern Star Chapter No. 1103 will have its annual chicken spaghetti dinner and country store from 5 to 8 p m. Nov. 8 at the Canyon Lake Action Center, 1941 Farm-to-Market 2673 in Sattler
Donations for the dinner are $5 per plate for adults and $3 per plate for children 12 years and younger. The dinner will include drink and dessert
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