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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 20, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung Q Sunday, April 20,1997 g 5ABluebonnet Music Fest nill be here before you know it This is my last chance before Saturday to carry on about the fantastic Bluebonnet Country Music Fest featuring Clay Blaker at Wursthalle. All proceeds benefit the Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation expansion fund. Starting at noon, there will be barbecue (brisket, chicken and sausage), beer, hot dogs, funnel cake, frozen yogurt, homemade baked goods and lots more. The New Braunfels Junior Chamber of Commerce (Jaycees) will have a booth with something special in the way of food; we just don’t know what it is yet. It may be turkey legs or fajitas, or tacos, or something else just as good. We’ll all find out on that day. Anyway, we appreciate their support and their enthusiasm for our cause. T. K. Schneider will conduct the live auction from I to 2:30 p.m., and that should prove to be very exciting. Some of the items to be auctioned are a mink stole, crystal chandelier, eight-place setting of Royal Doulton China, Victorian gentleman’s chest, electric coping saw, glass-top Duncan Phyfe table, Horsman (1964) black doll, Waterford Crystal biscuit barrel, antique silver coffee and tea set, large Masonic Bible, I I/2-ton Bryan heat pump, opal jewelry, two George Strait embroidered jackets, Hank Aaron autographed baseball, two George Strait autographed pictures and 11 George Strait collector cards. And that’s just the top of the barrel. There are many, many more items: antiques, furniture, dishes, jewelry, gift certificates etc. Come join the bidding fun for some terrific objects. The best German Chocolate Cake contest will be judged between 12:30 and I p.m. with Mayor Jan Kennady, Assistant City Manager Don Ferguson and KNBT 92:1’s own Births ■ Bom to Sabrina Guerrero and Christopher Espinoza of New Braunfels at 3:49 p.m. April 7, 1997, a son, 8 pounds 8 ounces. Grandparents are Raymond and Ferminia Espinoza; Josie and Santiago Guerrero. . ■ Bom to John E. and Terra L. Wilson of McQueeney at 12:45 p.m. April 8, 1997, a son, John Edward Wilson Jr., 8 pounds 5 ounces. Grandparents are Patricia Roth and Edward Toth; Bill Wilson and Pearl Lewis. ■ Bom to Yesenia and Domingo Herrera of New Braunfels April 8, 1997, a daughter, 6 pounds 13 ounces. Welcomed by big sisters Lauren and Katelyne. Grandparents are Teresa and Raynaldo Castillo; Domingo and Gloria Herrera. Marie Dawson Fred Stockwell as judges. Also thanks to KNBT 92.1 Radio New Braunfels for the live coverage of the event from I to 4 p.m. with Chuck and Jodi. Many thanks also to the Herald-Zeitung and TCI Cablevision for their excellent coverage. You are all greatly appreciated. Incidentally, those Grand Champion and Reserve Champion cakes will be auctioned off after the judging. Other wonderful homemade baked goods will be on sale all day until sold out. The doggers and the line dancers will perform from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., and you are invited to line dance along with them, and then to keep on dancing from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. to the Gruene’s Crossing Western Band. All day there will be face painting by Jean Wilson, and the Clown Corps will be entertaining with balloon sculpture. And, in addition to all that, the big attraction is Clay Blaker and the Texas Honky Tonk Band performing for your listening and dancing pleasure from 9 p.m. until midnight. Thanks are in order to the Greatei New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, China-n-Things, Jak’s Food and Beverage, and Countryside Veterinary Clinic for their help in selling tickets for the Clay Blaker dance. Tickets are now on sale also at the Senior Center, $7.50 per person in advance; $8.50 at the door. Thanks also to Al Bickham, Frank Fleischmann, Clifford Wilson and Buzz Mann for doing the cooking. Al Bickham, food chairman, has really worked hard to make this event a success, and we all know by now how great the barbecue is. In fact, he is becoming renowned as a brisket cooker. And, the guys couldn’t do all this cooking without the marvelous oversized smokers lent to us by Hunter Industries, Don Anderson and James Stoelte — thanks to everyone. To those businesses that gave us donations to make this event possible, we are extremely grateful: Carlton Foods Inc., H-E-B, Schwab’s, TCBY, Alliant Food Service, Sysco Food Service, Maters Paper Co. and Star Awards. The overall committee for the Music Fest was chaired by Floyd Ball. Committee members were Al and Minnie Bickham, Dave and Lyra Hochanadel, Rose Hooker, Doris Wells, Margie Johnson, Jackie Scott, Peggy Patterson, Muriel Mooney, Ruthanna Ball, Ramon Chapa, Jim Roe, Paul Hammaker, Arlene Scheer, Mary Lowrie, Marie Dawson, Gladys Battling and Lonnie Carpenter. Many thanks to all these people, especially Floyd Ball who has worked so hard, and to Dave Hochanadel for appearing in our television commercial. Dave is such a ham. Last, but definitely not least, are the many volunteers who signed up to work the f6od line, the auction floor, the bake sale and the gates. What a dedicated bunch of people we have here at the Center. Volunteerism is definitely the name of the game in New Braunfels, as witnessed by last weekend’s VolunteerFest. It is especially so at the Senior Center, where more than 250 volunteers each month work collectively roughly 3,000 hours. If you don’t come to Wursthalle Saturday, beginning at noon, you are going to miss a great day with lots of good, good dancing and fellowship. Don’t disappoint us; we need you. Now, some special thanks to , I \ ff 4 =3, Her,. businesses and organizations that have contributed to the Expansion Fund as a result of our current drive. I will begin listing them each week and plan to list a number of individuals also who have contributed $1,000 or more. For this week, we are proud to report that the Downtown Rotary Club donated $6,000 to our cause. It certainly has lived up to its motto, “Service above Self.” Thanks also to the Noon Lions Club members, who showed they cared by contributing $1,000. Thanks to Zoeller Funeral Home for pledging $6,000, and again to Don Maxwell, who made a $1,000 donation. Also, at this time, thanks are in order for those contributing materials or labor and a listing of thosewill be presented when all the information is in. That’s the New Braunfels community spirit at work. Thanks to all. (Marie Dawson writes a weekly column for the Herald-Zeitung on matters of interest to senior citizens.) Dr. Wes Stamps Chiropractor B Natural Health through Chiropractic I 625 601 I158 N. Un ion St. ■ Born to Daryl and Diana Friesenhahn of Cibolo at 5:39 a.m. April 9, 1997, a daughter, Danielle Marie Friesenhahn, 7 pounds 9 ounces. Grandparents are Burton and Roberta Koeher; Norvin and Mary Friesenhahn. ■ Bom to Devin and Page Brown of New Braunfels at 1:03 p.pi. April 9, 1997, a daughter, 6 pounds I ounce. Grandparents are Pat and Becky Moore, Anne and Paul Schattenberg; Kurt and Karen Brown and Virginia Haywood. ■ Bom to Patrick and Guadalupe Henke of Marion at 2:01 p.m. April 9, 1997, a son, 6 pounds I ounce. Grandparents are Eugenia Ortiz and the late Alberto Ortiz; Richard ll. Henke and the late Dorothy R. Henke. ■ Bom to David and Fauna Jara of VISTA \    V VILLAGE    A f^\ RESIDENTS V v >    ' f SUPPORT Jan Kotylo 9 CITY COUNCIL ~ DISTRICT 4 ^    "    I    *    i    )/ % - V 4‘Vt igd'Rei —^ \^    / itirement Community - 264 Loma Vista, New Braunfels, T New Braunfels at 5:50 p.m. April IO, 1997, a son, 8 pounds 7 ounces. Grandparents are David and Jomitida Jara. ■ Born to Natasha and Richard Burgess at 9:58 p m. April IO, 1997, a son, 7 pounds 15 ounces. Grandparenfcnre Stewart and Ann Turman; Richard and Loretta Burgess. STOMP out childhood disease & KICK up your heels at Schlitterbahn! FREE Immunization Clinic-Saturday, April 26-10 a.m.-l p.m. Schlitterbahn Waterpark’s Rapids Pavilion-New Braunfels FREE SCHLITTERBAHN ADMISSION TICKET for each child age 3 to 17 immunized during the clinic or FREE admission ticket for adult who brings a child age 2 or under for immunization! PLUS CERTIFICATE FOR A FREE JR. SUNDAE AT DENNY’S for each child immunized! • Free admission certificates good through June 30.1997 • Each did must be accompanied by a parent or guardian _•Children    should    eat    before    being    immunized    •    Bring    immunization record HOW: The Texas Department of Health and sponsoring public health offices will provide registered nurses to administer needed vaccinations to children through age 17. Children must be accompanied by parent or guardian and an immunization record must be presented. Children should eat breakfast before coming for an immunization. Each child who is immunized during the clinic will receive free admission to the waterpark that day, or a certificate good for a free admission any time until June 30, 1997. Since infants arc admitted free at Schlitterbahn, the adult who brings a child age two or under for a shot will receive a free admission certificate to the park. Each child immunized will also receive a certificate good for a free Jr. Sundae at area Denny’s restaurants. The Free Immunization Clinic is sponsored in part by Schlitterbahn, Denny’s, and the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung ■MW. •rn* mm men Really Free Checking Save money by checking with us! • No Minimum Balance No Monthly Fees • Dividends Earned Daily on Every Dollar • Overdraft Protection Available ii (.(impale inn checking accoil it I loam oilier. 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