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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 24, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope February 9 Back to nature Wyoming school teaches students about environment Staff photos by Sandra Jackson Library anniversary Friends of Tye Memorial Library in Sattler hosted a reception to mark the librarys sixth anniversary last Harrison who donated the property as a memorial to his is greeted by Librarian Louise and Friends President Nelda irk beatification Frances Bridaes Janice Lee with some help from her son Jack plants one of the 50 trees donated by area businesses and residents to spruce up Comal Oak and Arizona Ash were among the types of trees donated to the New Braunfels Softball Understanding of science critical need in schools NEW YORK AP Many especially girls and are closed out of careers in science even before they reach junior high a leader in the television education field Joan Ganz whose Childrens Television Workshop has created teaching shows such as Sesame Street and The Electric declares that science education continues to be a critical need in She spent two years in obtaining funds for a second set of 321 Contact the science series designed to introduce 8 to12yearolds to science and Most of the money came from the National Science Foundation and the Department of which contributed million each toward the 40 new halfhour shows scheduled for the fall of the original 321 Contact series has started its sixth rerun on the Public Broadcasting Our goal is to catch children even before they encounter much classroom and help them understand its relationship to their everyday Cooney Membership tea Canyon Lake Republican Womens Club held its annual membership tea last Wednesday at Scarborough Church in the Chris Fordyce pours a cup of spiced tea for Polly AP The little school beside the big mountains doesnt teach the three Its mandate is to help people learn what the land was like before there were big or or garbage There is no homework at the Teton Science Drudgery is discovery is Many hours are spent looking for listening to bird learning how to count tree finding the silence of self in the Every year about students attend the nonprofit facility located in the Grand Teton National The pupils range from fifth graders who come for 2Vzday field studies to amateur biologists in their 70s on museumsponsored to Most pay a modest fee to others are on College credit occasionally is awarded for at Now in its 16th the school doesnt preach or lobby for or against or try to influence political It was established so people could study the natural environment of one of the richest ecological systems in the It is not an elitist camp for rich The offsprings of Wyoming oil field Eastern city dwellers and Midwest farmers fill its student Top enrollment is limited to 25 per Theres a teacher for every five The longest session is a six week coed field study program conducted for teenagers every The shortest is a series of outings open to all fifth graders in the Fifteen adult taught by visiting ex are held every Only 16 people are accepted for each But the Teton Science School has no desire to This is an en vironmental education center inside a national says Patricia the program director who holds a bachelors degree in and masters degrees in public health and The main reason people come here is to get in touch with learn about animals and plants and their place in the cycle of Too many students at one time would disrupt that The facility has relied mostly on wordof mouth for and yet its enrollment ap plicants double every Its best ad says comes from former ITS HERE 1 HOUR FILM Processing LANDA FOTO 363 Next to Winns 6255584 Club notes Christian Academy New Braunfels Christian Academy paid tribute to a volunteer at its annual ap preciation dinner last Thursday at the Northcliffe Country Peggy Morris on behalf of the board of directors presented the Outstanding Service Award to Lois music director at the A highly qualified and talented volun Gerhardt gives a great deal to enrich the students attending the Morris Gerhardt has a bachelor of science degree in music education from Abilene Christian College and takes a part in music related activities throughout the com On behalf of the academy Gerhardt and Gail physical education were presented with handmade The students had helped make the New Braunfels Christian Academy is a nonprofit interdenominational elementary school at 576 Comal Pre school through third grade will be offered for the fall Literary Study Club The New Braunfels Literary Study Club met last Thursday at the home of Mary Christine Brown opened the meeting with business Curry then gave a biographical sketch of author Howard Ruth Johnson reviewed Fasts The Immgrants and Lucille Manning discussed his April The club then adjourned to lunch at Earlier the through the cour tesy of Mary Louise the club went to San Antonio to see Shakespeares Mid Summer Nights Dream and King Music Study Club A twopiano program celebrated the 55th anniversary of the New Braunfels Music Study at the home of Gertrude t President Dorothy Johnson welcomed members and followed by Lucy Bartram who reviewed the clubs The opening musical number was Opus 20 by played by Lenora Owens and Helen a twopiano number played by Candyce Lapaglia and Patricia was composed by Howard the soninlaw of and Carlo 1 by DeBussey and Peer Gynt Opus 46 by Grieg was performed by Helen Barbara LaNelle Kearney and Agnes Kenneth sang Non e Wer and I Have Sung My Songs ac companied by Gertrude Liebesfreud by by Marine Edward Von Ritter and Gavotte by by Weir was performed by Roma Binford and Gertrude Following the refreshments were served by hostesses Dorothy John Neville Porter and Lucy Garden Club Council Members of the New Braunfels Council of Garden Clubs met last week with District VII Director Ruth Jenks of San Antonio to finalize plans for the district spring convention here March 29 and The theme will be In Neu Braunfels Sind Die Schonen Blumen In New Braunfels are the Pretty The council is expecting approximately 200 to register for the All local garden club members are encouraged to Softball Association The New Braunfels Softball Association with the help of volunteers and donors have been improving Comal Those donating the many trees planted at the park are Schulz Locke Waynes Landscape and Producers Preusser TriCity General Portland Wicks Kathy Thieleman and New Braunfels Park STATEMENT OF INTENT TO CHANGE RATES General Telephone Company of the South in accordance with the Rules of the Public Utility Commission of hereby gives notice of the Companys intent to implement a new schedule of rates in Texas effective March The proposed changes in rates will affect all customer classes and are designed to increase the Companys gross intrastate revenues by approximately 15 percent A complete set of revised rate schedules has been filed with the Public Utility Commission at and is available for public inspection in each of the Companys Business Offices in the State of A summary of the Companys rale filing has also been sent to the Mayors Office of each affected General Telephone miu JZffy Change of habit needed By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY I need some answers fast because I feel like Im sinking in Im involved with a married We have tried to be truthful from the He has never promised to leave his nor has he told me any of the lies most married men tell their We live one day at a This has been going on for 12 His wife has caught us together but shes never offered to leave knowing he sees me I know he loves but Im no I know he loves So why doesnt he leave one of us alone I am 31 and would like a man to call my but hes got me under his I know I must sound like a mental but Im really a smart Im just not strong enough to make the Can you help me SOUTHERN FOOL DEAR FOOL You Why doesnt he leave one of us alone Why should he Hes been eating the cake and having And should he ever run out of hes got two bakeries going for If you really want a man to call your put as much distance between yourself and this 12year habit as Make a clean Move and leave no forwarding I dont know how far south you are but head north until you reach Happy or Its great for BALI MINI BLINDS OFF Also Available At 30 Discount Window Shades Woven Woods Lined Custom Drapes Blinds OPEN WEEKDAYS SATURDAY 1biPi 943 Walnut New Braunfels
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