New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 8, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald-Zeitung O Friday, September 8 ,1995 □ 3
By JANE JACKSON JOHN MOLER, photographer
Special to the Herald-Zeitung
Mercy! We have had lots of activity related to past weeks’ photographs...we even have our readers trained to save their newspapers.
Florie Busch paid us a visit. Eagles scrapbook in hand. We now have a complete ID on AA-95-198, EAGLES AUXILIARY—1962. Seems that Florie was president of the organization that year. You all know Florie...she has sold tickets to you at the Brauntex theater for over 41 years. Our hats off to you, Florie!
Several calls came in from the “mamas” of the DANCING DOLLS, AA-95-201. Claudinc Mulhem, Jackie Wcrsterfer, and Jean Sacco provided us with the following information. The photograph is of cither the Hermann Sons or the Joan Slocum dancing class. However, Jean Sacco says that 1962 was before the Joan Slocum era. Anyone know?
AA-95-201, DANCING DOLLS are: (front row I to r) Susie Hovestadt, Marsha Botchers, Lee Ann Kanz, Suzanne Sacco, Cynthia Wcrsterfer, Becky Hovestadt (?), or Terri Bucche; (back row) Roberta Startz, (?), Sally Startz, Dana Ulbricht, Cense Krause,
(?) Jonas. Corrections requested, please. AA-95-202, DISTINGUISHED ELKS—1968, is a photograph from the Seidel collection. Help us to put the names of these fine-looking gentlemen into our files.
AA-95-203, COWBOY AND SHEIK, we thought was most interesting.
We weren’t sure whether this was a piano-playing mummy or a sheik. It would be interesting to know what this
shot is all about. Can you enlighten
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Lighten’ Up Nile
Lighten' Up Nite at First Protestant Church is the theme for this Saturday night’s Country Gospel Service. Held in the Family Life Center at 6 p.m.,
(iruene’s Crossing blue grass band will perform light, fun-paced music, Pastor Rich Carse’s inspirational thoughts will be about “Lighten’ Up and Worship,” and a “light meal for a little money” will be served.
Supper reservations are preferred by Friday at 5 p.m. Call 609-7729. Everyone is invited. Come as you are. FPC is located one block from the downtown Plaza on the comer of Seguin and Coll streets.
The Guadalupe County Genealogical Society will present a genealogy workshop “Conducting Family History Research in the United States” with speaker Juanita Buck Dodgen Saturday’, Oct. 14 at ST. Andrews Episcopal Church in Seguin. The program starts at 8:30 a m. and runs through 4 p.m. For information, call Laura Ford at 210-372-4281 or Ed Schramm Jr. at 210-379-5488. Registration forms are available at the Sophienburg Archives and the Dittlinger Library.
Gruene Eyed Chili Kick-Off the first annual chili cook-off to benefit the United Way of Comal County will be field at Rockin ‘R’ in Gruene Oct. 7. Judging will be at 4 p.m. CASI rules. Entry fee is $j 10 and $3 to get on grounds. For more information call Russell at 629-2305. Entry deadline is IO a.m. Oct. 7.
Enter the Fair Parade
The Comal County Fair Parade Committee is now taking entries for the Fair Parade to be held Friday, Sept. 29 at IO a.m. The deadline for entries is 8 p.m. Sept. 11. You may contact the fair office at 625-1505. Entries are accepted from local organizations, school organizations, visiting festivals and fairs, Sesquicentennial related, bands and marching units. There is a $25 entry fee for commercial entries only.
Arts and crafts
Arts and crafts, garage sale and bake sale — all arts and crafts vendors are invited to the third annual Elks Sweetheart benefit sale. Individuals are invited to join in with their own garage sale. All that is asked is that you make a donation of $10 for each table you use. any table you use past two will be for a $5 donation. There will be baked goods for sale. This will all be under one roof. The New Braunfels "Elks Lodge, 353 S. Seguin. Sept. 23. It •will start at 8 a m. For more information call 620-5917, 625-3120 or 629-0070.
Taste of the Town
Plans are speeding along for the Children’s Museum in New Braunfels’ annual event, The Taste of the Town, which is scheduled for (Jct. 12. -Several local restaurants already have committed to the event, including the Huisache Gnll and Granzin’s Barbecue and almost a dozen more have plans to attend.
The Taste of the Town is the muse-- urn’s biggest annual event, with pro-
* ceeds going to keep the region’s oldest ^children’s museum going and grow-
* ing for another year.
Restaurants and caterers interested in , taking part in Taste of the Town, and
there is no cost for participants this year - can call the museum at 629-0939. The deadline is Sept. 15.
Trade show tickets on sale
Tickets for the Chamber’s Business Trade Show to be held Sept. 12 and 13 are on sale at the chamber office or from any member of the Trade Show’ committee. This is the seventh year for the show . There are 66 booths, with more than 60 exhibitors showcasing their products and or services. Many door prizes will be given, with a tnp for two to Las Vegas as the grand prize. The Sneak Preview on Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. is a ‘gala-like’ affair featuring exhibit previews, show-type entertainment, cocktails and hors d’ocu-vres. The show on Wednesday includes drawings at noon for five Texas Get-Away Trips with live entertainment and complimentary happy h*uir from 5:50 p.m. to closing.'
Thinking of starting a business?
If you want to start a business or even are just thinking about it. then a start-up onentation might just be w hat you need. The session will provide you with basic start up information, including Small Business Development Center checklist for going into business, start-up financing and SBA loan application procedures, and an overview of the business plan outline. To register, call the New’ Braunfels Chamber of Commerce at 625-2385.
Curious? Need to know?
Be sure to check out the reference section at the book sale in October. W'ith the other hundreds of hoods about business, finance, law. history, nature, religion, text and teaching aids, you can bet you will find the answers.
The Friends of the Library will till the Civic Center with thousands of donated books for your information and enjoyment. The sale will be held for dtwo days and one late night so everbody will have a chance to buy
hoods at a great savings. Watch the Herald-Zeitung for times and dates.
Water Babies Swim School annual fund-raiser will be Saturday, Sept. 9 at 9:30 a m. until dark at Pecan Gap Ranch on FM 482 next to St. Joseph Chapel. Garage sale, food, plants, pony rides, and baked goods vendors and consignments wanted. For information. call 629-4894. All proceeds go to fund annual sw im meet in September.
The Parks and Recreation Department is offering a Nature’s Way: Junior Orienteering program Saturday, Sept. 9 from 9 a m. to 10:30 a m. in Landa Park at the Landa Lake gazebo. Fee is $3 per person. Ages eight to 17 welcome. Preregister before Sept. 8 at the Park* office during business hours. Call 608-2160 for information.
Rick Perry to speak
Texas Agriculture Commissioner Rick Perry will speak on property rights and other topics Monday. Sept. 18 at Gruene Hall. Hospitality hour at 6 p.m., barbecue dinner at 7 p.m. Tickets $ 12.50. Reservations must be made by
Sept. IO. Call 625-4691 or 625-6119.
Hispanic Organization for Public Education presents workshop on How to Apply for College Scholarships with guest speaker Cynthia Ruiz Mckee. Parents, children K-12, college and non-traditional students invited. Workshop to be held Monday, Sept. 11 fat 7 p.m. at Lone Star Cafeteria, 144 N. Hidalgo St. Call Sylvia at 625-9213 for information.
The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering a course in Basic Dog Obedience taught by Stephanie Heinrich. The class will meet for eight weeks beginning Sept. ll. Classes will meet Monday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Landa Recreation Center. The fee for this course is $40. For information regarding registration call 608-2167.
The Friends of the Library will hold a book sorting every Tuesday morning at 8 a m., starting Sept. 12 through the end of the month at Moyer Park on 81
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The truth Tram tunisM
Larry Hutton is a truly anointed preacher and teacher of the Word of God ministering in demonstration of the Spirit and of Power. Known for the clear and simple way he delivers God's Word, many people are not only receiving the blessings of God in their lives, but learning how to hold fast to them as well. Rev. Lorry Hutton
Sunday 8:30 & 10:30 AM & 7:00 PM Monday - Wednesday 7:00 PM
Tree of Life Fellowship
652 ixiop 337 • Nt*\v Braunfels 625-6375
Barbecue chicken plates
George A. Garcia VFW Memonal Post # 11050 is holding its annual barbecue chicken plate fund-raiser Saturday. Sept. 16 at the Texas Army National Guard Armory from noon to 3 p.m. Tickets are being sold by Post and Auxiliary members. Plates may be purchased on the premises on the day of the event also. The Ladies Auxiliary will also be holding a bake sale.
Red Cross orientation
Volunteers are needed at McKenna Memonal Hospital and at the four nursing homes. An onentation is set at 9 a m. Saturday, Sept. 16 at McKenna Hospital. Anyone interested, call Lola Behrens at 625-9764.
George A. Garcia VFW Memonal Post 11050 is holding its annual barbecue ftind-raiser Saturday, Sept. 16 at the Texas National Guard Armory. Plate with tnmmings, $4. Cakes, cookies and more for sale.
Preserve Lake Dunlap
Sept. 16 at 6 p.m. Riverbend Park will be the site of the Preserve Lake Dunlap Fundraising Gala. An $8 ticket for adults, $5 for seniors and children will gain admittance and a barbecue
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Featured will be an evening of entertainment by the Revival Brothers Band, door prizes, silent auction, raffles and more. Special attraction will be a mul-tiple-act water-ski show. For tickets, call Bob Peters at 609-1441 or go by Dave’s Exxon at 920 IH-35 West behind the new HEB in New Braun-fcls. (Send items to:
Herald-Zeitung Stammtisch 707 Landa St New Braunfels, TX 7X130 Or fax to 625-9144 All one week for publication J
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TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND PARTIES:
BRAUNTEX MATERIALS INC. has made application with the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission tor renewal of Air Quality Permit No. 6296A for an Aggregate Screening Plant in New Braunfels, Comal County, Taxaa. The location of the existing facility is 1504 Wald Road. Additional information concerning this application is contained in the public notice section of this newspaper This notice is to be published on Sept. 7 and 8,1995.
SOMETHING NEW IS COOKING IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
Little League will Conduct 1996 Season Board Officer Election
Monday, 11th September 1995 6:30 pm 3rd Floor Courthouse Annex
Bring Your Talents & Energy and Join a Stable, Growing Volunteer Organization that's Dedicated to Our Baseball Youth (Young & Old) of New Braunfels
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