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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Fall festival time Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels "exas Friday October 16 1987 Page A Neuhausto minister at Living Word Church Living Word Church, 1254 U.S. 81 E will host Bdle Neuhaus at several services next week beginn ing Sunday Neuhaus is the wife of a businessman and the mother of two children She is active in both civic and community affairs and is recogniz ed as one who is dedicated to God and used of Him in healing, deliverance and the needs of the people to be met She has ministered in a number of churches. Aglow, prayer groups, retreats, counseled many people and there is a revelation of the word in her teaching The gifts of the spirit are manifested in her ministry Neuhaus will be at Living Word Sunday at in a rn and 7pm and Monday and Wednesday at 7 30 p rn The public is invited Living Word is across the street from Canyon Middle School H S Billie Neuhaus Pastor and parishioners pitch in to construct pipe organ for church Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church is holding its annual Fall Festival Oct 25 Among the festivities planned is an auction at which time this 1976 Cadillac Seville being guarded by Michael Schaefer Dustin Hungerford and Stephanie Schaeffer will be sold to the highest bidder at 4 p rn A barbecued beef and sausage dinner will be served from 'lam to 6 p rn and other activities feature games and drawings throughout the day Live entertainment will include Mariachi Cardenas and Oma and the Oompahs A plant sale will begin Friday and will run through Sunday at St Mary s Halt Religious articles will be sold Saturday and Sunday after a church services in the Flanagan Center Proceeds from the ‘estival wit help pay for the recent air conditioning o‘ the school (Photo by Frances Bridges' Songwriter Card to perform at Cornerstone Michael i ani will appear in con cert on < k't 29 at 7 Wpm in the t 'or nerstone Church In San Antonio sparrow recording artist < ani has recent!} become well known for his musical tnloge on the life of Jcmjls Christ The three album series Mugs of the incarnation the ministry and the final day s of Jesus The Final VS Ord is the third album in Card s trilogy of th ride and works of Jesus ( hrist that began with Known by the St ars and continued with scandoion With The Final Word the completer i prates a lls :g tapestry of the birth of Christ by (ak mg listeners beyond another account of the Nativity Known by the var wa" atk>ut the pavsrion weeli l ard said \nd then I thought What about the ministry Then the theme of the scandal of Jesus C hrist i ame along anil that wa- Si andoior Naturals the third part of the tri.ogy rn-elks I to deal with the birth but I didrs t w ant a record that people considered just another * brist it .a* album I tx night ahout it and coo shirred the Gospel s approach Matthew and Luke ileal with the Nativity John dtdn t His prologue deals with the Incarnation the Word becoming flesh i dei hied to adopt John s approach la rd said He began to studs the lopi< ami was surprised at what he found I Michael Card realized that the Incarnation was a fundamental truth to the first cen •ary Christians When Haul write" about it in Uhihpptans J *> 11 he is ac quoting a hvmn of that time It *«, —aim Now pewfdt see ft tv fMipmr term to argue afoul When was the last time we worshipped God because of the glory of the Incarnation'’" he asked Vpart from concluding his trilogy the Nashville born 'inger has a more "prs if ii parolee to tw* a calais "t for listeners to turn to their Bibles Briefs Continued bom Pa*# *A number of adult course" also are get ting under way Thursday monung Bible study will be held from J to Th J* a rn In the parish center Babysitting may ta* arranged if there is enough interest A Imn wert (Md TU ami eM. Faith o< Our Katharv wW Se ai ferrii on W«slm*stlay evenings from 7 lo 8 JO p rn The KUI A program is getting under way on Sunday mom ings for those interested in teaming aobut the i at hoi ic faith and consider mg becoming members M.ster Maria Gru/le Will be a guest speaker on < K*t 7 she w ill talk on tin* Appar atturn of May in Mrdjulerjc Yugoslavia All are ut viced Ie the potluck Kipper and pre—ill— tiegmning at 5 JO p rn in St Mirv » hall For more information on any of these programs call Bill Smith at 625 1519 Seguin St will have an ok! fashioned Halloween party for the children of New Braunfels All youngsters under the age of 14 are invited to the first and organizers nape annual. MaHa-wecn party from A JO to 9 p m fVt ll There w ill bt* games and treats for inc iiuMiiwti ana Saint Josephs members planning activities Bible classes will ta* held every Wednesday at 7 p rn Glass*-" will t*e led by Woody McAllister Fiver}one is welcome ami if rides are needed call Woody at the church 6£>4JCflu or OFSI4 “It $ an approach for people uhow ant to learn more about the Incama lion like I do It s to get people to ask questions like What are the implied lions of the Inclination for us as Christians' W hat did Jesus say about It' Hou did it affect His earthly ministry The album isn t suppose to be a definitive answer but an oportunity to begin searching for the answer Se what could have become a typical» hristmas album has become much mon* What I rn trying to ac complish is to renew the significance of the Incarnation as a key element of helping us understand the nature of Christ an object of adoration and pratv Card said This is not unusual for Card who considers himself more Biblically oriented than musically oriented All of his songs from I Have Decid-rd and El Shaddai to God s Own Fool reflec t the depth of his study while retaining hts appeal He has a In BtNtea! ^studies vet communicates un a practical way My biggest goal is to write songs that are heipfu. to people in their walk ami devotion he said I share songs about things that I ve discovered help me and I hop** will help others day mornings at 9 k) a rn and Tues day evenings at 7 m pm A student may attend the session most conv e ment Ho 4M M—um were Ort 4-6 There w ill be child care for each ses sion Charge for th** course is $4 (tot Usa* oi Job deals w uh human m/B&hmC and our questions ahout it VfcgrtatlK innocent suffer' How can a good God allow such suffering Is there hope ' Any interested person is im lied to attend The classes will he held in the assembly room in the office building FORT WORTH AP - For the last three years the priest and con gregation at St Michael s Episcopal Church have been building music They have been stringing wire drilling holes and mov ing scaffolding as they assemble a pipe organ Most of the work on the organ is done and within a year installation of the organ > pipes should be com plete The Rev William Hi inger the church s rector and the lirector of the organ project said [ ;rts of the organ came from Kentucky Pennsylvania Kansas and Germany He said some of the pipes from Germany date to the 17th century A pipe organ is an incredibly com piex and beautiful instrument,' he said There is nothing else like it in the world Rismger who traveled throughout the United States and Canada building pipe organs before beeom mg a priest in the early 196os said their sound quality is superior to that of the elec tronic variety The pipe organ can generate sounds so loud that they can almost drive people from the church or they can be barely audible he said Risinger said he developed a fascination for organs when he was grow mg up rn Arkansas When I wa." a small boy my mom would take me to all of the organ recitals My mother had a great love for the arts ” he said Rismger said that before he was old enough to start school he had a dream to play a pipe organ W hen he started high school he became an ap prentice to an organ builder near hi" hometown training he has used in his project at St Michael s The pastor and volunteers working on ’he project call themselves the Genesius Guild rn honor of St Genesius. who is the patron saint of organ builders, he said “It is a rarity to see an entire con gregation get involved in a project like this ' he said Risinger started the project three years ago after contacting friends who build organs We have an amazing network of organ builders out there he said “They told me I could have the part" I needed absolutely tree if I came and got them.’' He said no money from the parish operating budget went toward building the organ, which is insured for $70.OOO He said church member" and people throughout the United States offered to buy different pieces and pipes for the instrument Even though work is not finished on the organ. Risinger said. Hie church organist has started playing it during morning worship service" Martha Kirkpatrick who is the organist for St Michael " said she has little experience playing a pipe organ Ms Kirkpatrick a school teacher said "he is enthusiastic but somewhat frightened of playing the pipe organ “The organ is such a massive instrument and I'm still learning and experimenting with all of the "ound capabilities she "aid Before St Michael s installed the pipe organ the church used an electronic organ Ms Kirkpatrick said She said an electronic organ s speakers emit sharp piercing sounds compared with soft mellow tones produced by a pipe organ Sat Davis who helped do electrical work on the pipe organ said he >pent four months connecting wire" to v arums parts of the instrument “It was hard work but I enjoyed it I rn used to this kind of thing I work od in the engineering department at Western Electric and AT&T for yea’t-and years." he said Davis 86 is t- • ■ oldest member or St Michael s church The organ has 730 pipes Some arc designed to sound like trumpet" F'rench horns stringed instrument and flutes Most of the pipes are metal, but 61 are wood All of the flute sounds come from wooden pipes. Risinger said An organ pipe produces sour.r, when an electric blower pushed air through the bottom of the pipes His inger said The air reaches a metir hp in the pipe which causes the pipe to resonate Tuning the instrument is painstak mg as it must be adjusted to the acoustics of the church W hen we got started with our pro ject our building did not have good acoustics We had carpeting and carpeting is bad for a church because it destroys hymn singing Churches have to end up spend thousands dollars on a public address systen Risinger said The congregation took carpeting out of the church removed acoustic ceiling tiles • People though we were < because we would always around the building hands and shouting t acoustics were going t organ, he said Overall. Risinger said he is in-pressed with the congregation s wil mgness to help with the project 7f sr ** the and mazy walk clapping rn see what ti be like for th*- Count Opas Entry Blank Nam*_ Address City _ Phone State Halloween party saint Joseph* Church. 446 N First United hosting study of Book of Job Rev Harold Ztrkel will lead an eight week study of the Book of Job al F irst I nited Methodist Church 572 W Nan Antonio The classes, will be on sunday evening* at 6 p rn Mon Th* Total Number of Opas appearing in the Herald-Ze/fung from Sunday, October ll, 1987 through Friday, October 16, 1987 is._ 1 The Count Th* Opas Contest anM start ne* each Sunday and run through Fnday of each week from no* through Nuttiest The dates on the 3rd Meet are October 11 1917 through October 16 1987 2 Opas ani be placed throughout the newspaper tor you to tmd and count each day 3 Be careful to count OMIT the Opas you see that have a copy ot a newspaper rn his outstretched hand 4 In each day s newspaper you wilt find an advertisement tor your convenience to place the number of Opas you count in that day s Thoughtful jr. Ar J Lens rat ion kmmtty OamrnJnp" bis I anda FUNEMrWME: MINA    <yz Thoughtful planning, to benefit those vve serve, produced our handsome, IO, 000-square* “    toot    facility    and encouraged our successful growth Located ai his I anda out of "mainstream traffic, Zingier Funeral I tome presents to the community crisply-manicured lawns and hedges. . .and generous parking areas. Its lovely chapel can seal as many as 225 people has been more   „     staff    of    people, ducting five competent, caring funeral directors. 5 friday ot each week you win tmd an advertisement auth an entry bunt fth out the entry blank or a reasonable facsimile) and place the number ot Opas you counted in the newspaper tor the whole week rn the appropriate bunk 6 Mad the entry bunk to Count The Opas Contest Herald Zeitung 707 landa Street New Br aunt els Ti 78130 Or bring by the Herald Zeitung office at 707 Landa Street Hew Braunfels 7 Entry bunks must be received rn the Herald/erfunf office by 5 OO p rn Tuesday October ?0 1987 8 The 3rd drawing will uke place at 5 30 p rn Tuesday October 20 1987 9 The first entry bunk drawn with the correct number of Opas for the week Witt receive J25 OO rn addition to the tickets coasters and bumper shekel ft the winner is a current (pard up} subscriber to the Herald Zeitung we will double the prize money $50 OO 10 H there are no entry bunks with the correct number ot Opas tor the week a drawing mil be made horn the group with the closest number lo being correct 11 The winner w* be notified Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning It the winner cannot be contacted by noon on Wednesday another entry ml be drawn 12 The winner s name and picture wtU appear rn the tohowirg Thursday s Herald Zeitung The award presentation* will be nude by an Opa or Wursttest board member 13 Employees of the Herald Zeitung and thew immediate families are not eligible to participate in the Count The Opas Contest lu o*« se**« uie*** aa* * a* *«e«h w w* wmhiwm a iv* ma* «< im * Mw*** lf you are not a current (paid up) subscriber to the Herald-Zeitung there Is still time — start your subscription and double the prise money! 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