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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas rift nr» () fUn CARPET Berber* 'Limited to Stock 099 W sqyd 386 VV. San Antonio 625-3477 New Braunfels Masonic Lodge NO. 1109 A.F. A A M will host all living past masters of New Braunfels Masonic Lodge and past masters of other Masonic lodges residing in the area at a Past Masters’ Dinner and Ceremony. The dinner will be at 6 p.m. Brother Elliott Knox, a past master of New Braunfels Masonic Lodge No. 1009 in 1948 and 1949 and a long-time civic leader and worker in New Braunfels, will be presented with his 60-year service award, having been a member since 1938. Knox will also receive his endowed Greater Life UPC conducts revival through Sunday membership certificate. He was raised as a Master Mason Jan. 17, 1938. Knox graduated from Roby High School in 1930 and Texas Technological College in 1935. In addition to being mayor of New Braunfels, he has served as president of the board of trustees of McKenna Memorial Hospital, Comal County Industrial Authority, Braunfels Foundation Trust and as vice president of the Alamo Area Council of Boy Scouts. He is a member of the Baptist Church and has served on the board of Baptist Memorial Hospital. Dittlinger Memorial Library and as a director of the Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority. His numerous honors also include the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce president’s award and the Bcsserung award. (Submitted by Masonic Lodge So. im AF. & AM) INTESTATE MOBIL Lots Available SUO MO. BECKER MOTOR CO. S^.7 S Seguin Mew Qiaunfcls 606 U6J GRUENE MUSIC FEST FU IBAY, OCT. IO Onions NsH i 5:30 p.m. Premier Party — hors d’ouvres, Miller beer, silent auction (private) 6 to 8 p.m. Jazz by 1997 Grammy nominee Charlie Wood and Third Stream 8:30 to midnight Premier Party continues with Johnny Dee and the Rocket 88’s (public), admissioh $10 (booking by McVay Talent Agency) SATURDAY, OCT. 11 - On—na Hall 1 p.m. Dan McCoy and Friends 5:30 p.m. Matt Toon and the Big Deals 7:30 p.m. Sisters Morales 9:30 p.m. Clay Blaker and the Texas Honky Tonk Band Bssr Pardon 1 to 9 p.m. Food Booths SUNDAY, OOT. 12 HUI annual Ow—na Music Fast Omar— Hall 1 pm. Jay Erie and Blieders Creek 3 p.m. The Big Ash Band with Jimmy Ash and Friends 4:45 p.m. Ponty Bone and the Squeezetones 7 p.m. Wimberly Volunteer Fire Ants with Special Guests 9 p.m. Ray Wylie Hubberd Baar OavOan Slags noon to be announced 2:15 p.m. Braden and Johnson 4 p.m. Whoosits Bigpile Goodtime Garbage Band 6 p.m. Terri Hendrix On—na Matt Bar noon to be announced 2:15 p.m. Al Barlow 4 p.m. Michael O’Connor and JB Braden 6 p.m. Erik Moil OHal MHI Ma ado wa Tam: “TI— Ibm in Gruel—* noon Jamamacs 3 p.m. Jimmy Spacek 4:30 p.m. Jamamacs 5:30 p.m. Mason Ruffner Bookings provided by Gaynes Productions Gruene Music Fest 97 benefits United Way of Comal County Photo submMBd Clay Blatter and the Texas Honky Tonk Band play al 9:30 p.m. Oct 11 at Gruene Had. Photo submitted Crowds flock to the 1996 Gruene Music Fest in seerch of music, food and good times. 'The Blues in Gruene9 adds new dimension to music fest Centex [•]s^jj}$e hairiest value everyday! YOUR OFFICE SUPERSTORE MO-South Seguin Avo. (byth »<und<i 1—111 fin 3979 >-w_LSSSLj _;_Herald-Zeitung    O Thursday, September 18,1997 a 7A Guadalupe overflows with good times at Gruene Music Fest Make a note of it — Gruene Hall on Columbus Day weekend 1997, Oct. IO to 12. (Submitted bv Gruene Music Fest '97> .*** f •iJ'# • BF v a I    »    /*    f I Ray Wylie Hubberd plays at 9 p.m. Od 12 at Groans Had. Photo submitted Masonic Lodge to honor local Past Master Elliott Knox Greater Life United Pentecostal Church and Pastor Jack Dool invite one and all to attend revival services through Sunday at 134 Enchantment Lane, off of Farm-to-Market 725. Tonight through Sunday the Rev. and Mrs. Michael Zeigler of Jackson, Miss., will minister in revival services. They will ba conducted at 7:30 p.m. Today through Saturday and at IO a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday. All who attend will enjoy the Zeiglers’ preaching and WW For further information, call 609-132S. (Submitted by Greater Life Pentecostal Church) Reading matters a bviousiy if you can’t read, you can’t function in today’s society. I get a lot of information from trade magazines about the bowling industry that I couldn’t get elsewhere. Even if it was on the Internet, I’d still have to read it. ” — Oms Sttuufc New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung September is National Literacy Month Make a note of it. Gruene Hall, Texas’ oldest dance hall, will host the 11th annual Gruene Music Fest *97 on Columbus Day weekend, Oct. IQ, 11 and 12. For the past IO years, I this unique event of muMC food and I fun has benefited the efforts of the United Way of Comal County. Musical notes abound to accompany a chorus of laughter and well wishing as families gather together to enjoy the fall season near the Guadalupe River in New Braunfels at Historic Gruene. “One of a kind” may best describe this musical weekend filled with local and regional artists who will entertain {young and old alike with their talents for the benefit of United Way of Comal County. Multiple stages, indoors and outdoors, including a new "The Blues in Gruene” tent, provide continuous entertainment throughout the weekend of Oct. IO to 12. Food booths, children’s attractions and the unique charm of Gruene will all add luster to the legendary Gruene Hall. “We’ll be there ...” is the Gruene Music Fest’s continuous theme of support for the United W ay, and music fest organizers extend an invitation to all those who enjoy live music to “be there” to celebrate the spirit of goodwill in a setting like no other anywhere else. 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