New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 29, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas
Party flyers worry high school officials
By DYANNE FRY Staff writer
Plans for a post-Wurst-Bowl bash at a senior student’s house have made waves on both Canyon and New Braunfels campuses, and have reached the ears of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
“I brid (a student) that I was going to call Louis Yeager and give him an invitation. Which I did,” said NBHS principal John Turman, referring to the local commission investigator.
Turman and Will Krieg, associate principal at Canyon, were disturbed to find that flyers announcing the party were being distributed at school. They said “B.Y.O.B.,” as well as mentioning a pool, hot tub, munchies and movies.
“I took up a whole bunch of them,” said Turman. A parent notified him Wednesday that the flyers were being passed around. A copy of a similar flyer found its way to Krieg’s office on Monday. He talked with the students at Ids school who were listed as hostesses.
“I informed them that what they do after school is not really the school’s business, but I didn’t want to see any more of these going around school,” he said. “I haven’t seen any since then.”
Turman took a harder line. The sheet circulated at New Braunfels mentioned a school athlete.
“I got him in here and told him I didn’t think that was befitting of a New Braunfels Unicorn. He agreed with me, and brought me the rest of
(the flyers) he had in his locker,” Turman said.
He added that the athlete told him that he really had nothing to do with the party; that the Canyon girls had just asked him to pass out the invitations. “Then he saw they’d put his name on them,” said the principal.
One of the Canyon students confirmed that, and indicated that the whole issue had been blown out of proportion.
“We didn’t mean anything wrong. We just wanted everybody to get together and have fun,” she said. She said the $1 donation requested had nothing to do with alcohol (something Yeager was concerned about) and that the B.Y.O.B. notation was just to let people know that no alcoholic drinks were to be provided.
“We weren’t going to supply any boose, we don’t have the money for that,” she said. And the NBHS student’s name was included “because he was the only person we really knew over there, and we wanted him to invite the people.”
Now, the Canyon student isn’t sure there’s going to be a party at all. “I think everybody’s so upset... I know I’m not going to go,” she said.
Another student, whose house was the site of the party, said everyone would have to give her their car keys to get onto her property, which has access only through a locked gate. Guests would not be allowed to leave unless they were sober, she said.
She also indicated the scale of the party had gone way past what the planners intended.
CSC classes available
The “I Can” kids and staff of the Community Service Center were very proud to receive the first place trophy for Local Organizetion-Car entry in the 1983 Comal County Fair Parade.
The Center’s bus was decked with the ingredients of a recipe for a happy family and school. The “I Can” kids wore baker’s hats and toted spoons and serving utensils. They were excited about being in the parade, but the special thrill came when the judges presented the youngsters with the trophy.
The September issue of the “Caring Connection”, quarterly newsletter of the Community Service Center, is being mailed this week. If you are not on the mailing list and would like to receive this information bulletin from the center, please contact Linda or Susie at 625-3439 to have your name put on the list
There are still several openings in the evening adult “I Can” class. The
On area screens
Braun tex Theatres, 290 W. San
Antonio — Nightmares (R) and Mr. Mom (PG). Show time 7: SO p.m.
Cinema IAU, Walnut Square — Flashdance < R). Shows at 7 and 9each night. Also Space Hunter (PG). Shows at 7:15 and 9:15 each night. In area clubs
Bavarian Village, 212 W. Austin — Friday and Saturday: The Bavarian Village Band.
Bluebonnet Palace, IH 35 South — Friday: George Strait and Morning. Saturday: Matheny Brothers.
motivation )se lf-esteem class will be on Mondays from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the center. Cost of the course is $15 for the 12-week course and you may register by calling Suzie at 625-3439.
The “I Can” course is a program aimed at healthy attitudes and habits which lead to more purpose and meaning in life. Included in the course is setting and reaching goals, exercising self-discipline, accepting and enjoying responsibility, strengthening relationships with others, and learning to be a happier person. A minimum of IO students is required.
There are still plenty of dolls at the Commemtiy Service Center waiting for someone to pick them up and give them a facelift and a new set of clothes. Please come by the Center at 202 E. South and pick up several of the dolls and give a hand with this community project. The dolls will be distributed at Christmas through the “Toys for Tots" program.
Crystal Chandelier, Loop 337 — Friday: Sundown. Saturday: Texas Rose.
Gnteae Hall — Friday and Saturday: Possum Gap.
Heidelberg Halle. IH 35 North -Friday: Joey Pierce A the Starfire Band. Saturday: Roadside Revue.
Texas Dance Hall, US. 281 South — Friday: Texas Black Jack. Saturday . Clay Blaker & the Texas Honky Tonk Band.
Wagon Wheel. FM 306 at Sattler -Saturday, 9-1: Bubba Littrell.
Wolf gang’s Keller, 295 E. San Antonio — Bill Knight at the piano.
Calendar of Events
Utilities: 4:38 p.m.
today, Utilities board room, Main Plaza.
New Braaafels ISD: 7:30 tonight, New Braunfels High School Library.
New Braaafels Stogies Clab: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, 511 North St. Gerasaa Americas
Society: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and
Saturday, St. Paul
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BY STELLA WILDER THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29
Bom today, you will find even in your youth that an emotional balance is imperative to your success — even on an everyday basis. Inclined to be temperamental and futher inclined to show your responses, holding back nothing of either your positive or your negative reactions, you may for some years lead an up-and-down personal life that sees friendships made and broken at a great rate. Time teaches you the lesson of self control; whether or not you always act accordingly is up to you I
Women born on this date are fully capable of a domestic and a commercial career. However, they will very probably prefer home making to policy making. Men born today are much the same way in terms of emotional attachments, preferring family to all else.
Also born on this date are: Greer Garaon, actress; Stanley Kramer, director; Robert Clive, statemsan, empire builder.
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ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Overindulgence both on your part and on another’s part in your behalf may spoil a good thing for you now.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Be careful not to demand from another the kind of behavior you would not ask of yourself. Be consistent
GEMINI (May 21-Juoe 20) — The plainer of speech you are, the clearer you will be to those anxious to learn — and back your point.
CANCER (June 21-JuIy 22) - Gratifying results of yesterday’s labor encourages you to try again Some things are easier now!
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Convince by verbal feats of strength, not by physical force or an emotional outburst. The p.m. hours are good.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 221 This is a transition time for Virgo. Don’t rush the future, but don't cling to the past. I jet things go!
Jacqueline Gale Carpenter
The Rev. Kenneth King conducted graveside services for Jacqueline Gale Carpenter at 2 p.m. today in the Mountain Valley Cemetery. Ms. Carpenter died Wednesday, Sept. 28, at McKenna Memorial Hospital, at the age of 59. She was a resident of Eden Heights apartments, and had lived in New Braunfels since 1978 She was born in Oklahoma on Aug 18, 1924, the daughter of Elton James and Daisy Myrtle (Steadman) Carpenter. She was a Methodist
Survivors include a sister, Ramona DeWinters of Canyon I .ake.
Sandra lone Mitchell
Sandra Ione Mitchell, 43, died Sept. 28 She was born Oct 12, 1939, and was a resident of New Braunfels Services will be at 2 p.m Friday at Pennington Memorial Chapel in San Marcos. Burial will be at Memory I,awn Cemetery
She is survived by her husband, Don Gordon Mitchell of New Braunfels; mother, Eva Stephenson of New Braunfels; son. Marshall Wayne Mitchell of Hobbs, N M ; daughter, Gayle Ann Jacobs of Angleton; brothers, Ronald Stephenson of Hobbs, N M , Dr Jack Stephenson of San Marcos, and Joe Smith of Washington, D.C.; and two grandchildren.
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