Austin American-Statesman from Austin, Texas on November 22, 1988 · 39
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Austin American-Statesman from Austin, Texas · 39

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Austin American-Statesman D3 Desert sheep set free in modern hunt for wildlife chairman Tuesday, November 22, 1988 Our Kind of Hunting. . .Everybody, it seems, is off hunting. Or, if home, they're cleaning their guns for more action. That's why you're seeing so many gals out with their fellow hunting widows enjoying dinners, movies or charity benefits like last week's Junior League Christmas Affair preview party. And that's where we heard our favorite story of the hunting season to date. From Chuck Nash with wife Elizabeth of San Marcos. Chuck, Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission chairman and son of Charles and Dorothy Nash of Austin, is back from hunting desert sheep in Nevada. And he got 25. Don't ask what the limit is. Because this was a different hunt. Seems Chuck and fellow hunters shot the sheep with a type of tranquilizer gun. Then they hobbled the critters, dragged them to trucks, loaded them on, transported them to an airplane and flew them to West Texas. There they were set free in the Baylor and Van Horn mountains! And Chuck will tell you he preferred this kind of hunt to the bang-bang-it's-dead-hang-its-head -on-your-wall variety. The Big Apple Comes to Austin ... There's a sense of magic and romance about a New York Christmas that's as much a state of mind as a reality. Anybody who has ever ridden in a horse-drawn carriage through a snow-blanketed Central Park, shopped Fifth Avenue bedecked with garlands of evergreens and sipped hot chocolate and nibbled chestnuts watching the skaters at Rockefeller Plaza would have loved the Junior League of Austin's Christmas Affair last week. ' A New York Christmas under chairman Patty Shepherd, wife of David Shepherd, and chair- LAD1E: Howdy Honda is taking care of you MARK YOUR CALENDAR SUNDAY, NOV. 27th, 2 pm 443-4300 ALL FABRIC Kbric 13492 Research I SALE 1 5ft OFF Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30 Thurs. til 7 Sun. 1-5 MCVISA $wM jjmuMp "" "ay i'"'i"'w'iw)ww'gwiMwiii iii)jjniimiiini I Jflllv ill I Parties chairman Terry Matthews, and Junior League president Cindy Christmas Affair a success. ,.,., -.---ra , rrrr-4r-w Auction co-chairman Charlotte Sharp, Affair chairman-elect Lucie Lowrance and Auction co-chairman Patti Obenhaus at the Junior League Christmas Affair last week. man-elect Lucie Lowrance, wife of George Lowrance, brought the feel of the Big Apple to Palmer Auditorium. Preview party goers last Wednesday night including Mayor Lee Cooke and wife Barbara Vackar Cooke, former Mayor Roy Butler and Ann, Jim and Carol Ann Saxton, Mary Lib and Scoop Thornhill and Sitty Wilkes with daughter Sharon, could hop aboard a carriage from Bluebonnet Carriage Co. to ride to their cars ... 1-35 Ben White IN STOCK f V Cottons at 99' yd. Upholstery at '3.00 yd. 6 all J 250-94. ertr 9447 J m wills Staff photos by Lee Kelly Affair chairman Patty Shepherd Kozmetsky worked to make the Sidewalk Santas rang bells, vendors offered hot dogs enjoyed by, among others, Ellie Selig with Marvin . . . The tearoom under chairman Debbie Harmon was dubbed Tavern on the Green with chandeliers and authentic tablecloths from the Tavern ... And "cigarette" girls strolled about the "Rainbow Room" offering candy cigs . . . The auction area under chairmen Patti Obenhaus and Charlotte Sharp was dubbed "Wall Street" and items were di Pill We're Talking I urKey The Magic Time Machine invites served up by those famous Time put the festive in your festivities. Serving our marvelously Magical feast from 10:59 a.m. till 8:01 p.m. Thanksgiving Thursday Turkey, Dressing, Ciblet Cravy, Good enough to drive you crazy. Yams and Cranberries, my, oh my! And topped off with pumpkin pie. Also serving Prime Rib, Shrimp, Chicken and Steaks. Prices are $7. 99-$9.99. Children's plates for $4.95 Reservations taken for your convenience. Call 444-3537 HOLIDAY -flat tt Lean. S?ovd. Siru.th.Ltn. Style Whole Roasted Turkey Cornbread Dressing Giblet Gravy Whole Berry Cranberry Sauce Wheat Rolls or Cornbread 39 95 SERVES 610 For smaller celebrations, ask about sliced turkey packages Sliced Ham, Roast Beef & Pork Roast available for 7. 95 per pound Candied yams, mashed potatoes, vegetables & sauces available at 10 discount when purchased wfeasls UPSTAIRS STORE MUSEUM BANQUET HALL AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE PARTIES Lee Kelly vided into blue-chip and preferred Btocks. By the way, that Koslow's Furs shopping spree valued at $6,000 went to Jim and Pat Chapin for $2,600. And can you call this, tongue-in-cheek of course, insider trading?: That Stripling-Blake Lumber Co. Inc. lifesized playhouse valued at $3,500 was bought for $2,500 by the company's Alec and Amanda Beck! And if you like the decorations of trees, garlands, poinsettias and Old World ornaments, you can buy 'em. That is, if they haven't sold already. Check it out from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at League headquarters in Parkcrest Square. The Junior League under president Cindy Kozmetsky, wife of Greg Kozmetsky, expects to clear more than $300,000 that's earmarked for its community service projects that include the Huntington Art Gallery and the Mary Lee Foundation. The annual event officially (at least in our mind) kicks off the Austin holiday shopping season. And Wednesday folks including Cathy and Curt Johnson (they're back from Hong Kong shoppping) and Nancy and Spencer Scott (Nancy and daughter Debbie Scott are back from Fifth Avenue shopping on a Texas Commerce-sponsored trip) had first shot at merchandise offered by 104 merchants from around the country. Prices ranged from 50 cents for trinkets to $10,000-and-up mink coats and precious jewelry. We especially enjoyed plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Ersek's care you to share Thanksgiving, with us Machine crazies and guaranteed to Magic Time Machine The Happiest of Timet & Good Food all the Time 600 E. Rvierside Between IH-35 & S. Congress FEASTS 79 95 SERVES n-w ful examination of Bremen's Import Co. items. Bob discovered some antique-looking books that were actually hiding spots for valuables! The preview party under its chairman Terry Matthews brought out a combination of society types including George and Sara May Meriwether, Hallie Heyer, Emily Lake and Lana Wilson and the largest contingent of Yuppie Austin we've seen at re THANKSGIVING; BRUNCH AT THE RADISSON PLAZA HOTEL Enjoy the splendid Thanksgiving spread at the ., Radisson Plaza Hotel in the Atrium Cafe on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, from 11 am to 3 pm. Our Brunch will include traditional Thanksgiving fare like roast turkey ; with cornbread dressing, giblct gravy, country potatoes, - cranberry rice, waldorf salad, pumpkin pie and much more. We will also serve fresh salads, fresh fruits of the season, smoked ham, eggs benedict, bacon, sausage, fresh vegetables, apple and cherry pies, mousse and cobblers. As always, we will serve freshly-baked, . homemade breads - hot from the oven. $2495 $1395 for adults for senior citizens children under 13 FREE Call for reservations 476-3700 Radisson Plaza Hotel .1 L7 At Austin Centre 700 San Jacinto Complimentary Parking nrm run is mmmmmmt ft. tall. VViWVi Larger SCANDINAVIAN FIR NORFOLK ISLAND PINE THE LIVING CHRISTMAS TREE AChriitmai "Llt8-lik" Artificial Tree with over 1,000 tipi and hinged conitructlon tor ailer shaping 1 assembly. Complete with Hand. 10 year manufacturer warranty. 69.99 value. i,. Traamon tor interior jLt decorating. Enjoy H Overall pole. NOW RYE GRASS SEED Have a green lawn all winter. Reg. 59$. 1 1 44 ib. ii Limit 50 lbs. (Coupon good thru 112388) 1 1 Store Hours: Mon. North Austin 454-5759 8808 Research Blvd. South Austin 892-0141 4434 Frontier Trail Cedar Park 331-9510 1900 South Bell Blvd. . M JVt.' ,1' I 4988 HT12 cent parties. No type casting by name here, thank you. About 1,800 people had reservations, we're told. And we lost count of the compliments about caterer Don Strange's scrumptious fried oysters, steamship round, paBta, crepes, et cetera. , Lee Kelly puts the spotlight on people every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Write to her at the American-Statesman, P.O. Box 670, Austin 78767. $795 Children under 5 At Austin Centre JUST ARRIVED! FRESH CUT! SCOTCH PINE CHRISTMAS TREES Full, beautiful, long lasting, All American Favorite. 57 ft. tall. Wolfe has one P ea. FLOCKED SCOTCH PINES Fresh Cull Enjoy a glistening "snow-covered" Christmas tree in your home this year. Complete with stand and bagged for vniir rnnuanianrs RR Compare at 00 9 9 sizes available ea. I Poinsettias t Decorate your Thankiglv-B ' ing table with beautiful 1 Poineettiat. 3 to S bright B red bloomt per pot . H 599 I "Tne Hawaiian Chriatmai Tree." 36" tall. 10" Reg. 19.99 88 POTTING SOIL II miAwu jubi ngni. Largo u id. i aacK. neg. i.a. afaf I Limit 5 (Coupon good thru 1123ee) 1 1 - Sat. 9-6 Sun. 10-6 ea. 'r4T Hrg !8 ID - B - 451-7201 la imp

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