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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                Kaleidoscope HuraldZeltunj January 7 Club notes Kiwanis Club The Kiwanis Club held its monthly directors meeting at Monday at Ray and Beverlys The treasurer handed out copies of November and December receipts and with current The secretary presented the December report to Kiwanis In ternational for approval by Copies were also sent to TexasOklahoma District Secretary and to Division 5 Bob Copies of the weekly bulletin from Greater Randolph Area Kiwanis Club were reviewed for and suggestions on President Jack Muehleisen reported on refilling about half of the gum ball At one the ployees reported that they liked the gum balls There were a couple of touching reports on delivering Christmas The directors voted to donate the two copier machines left over from the garage sale to the Salvation Preceptor Rho of Beta Sigma Phi The Preceptor Rho of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met at Violet Voges home It was announced that the sorority would have a Supper Bowl parth at Gene and Deannie Cholletts home on We will have our annual Valentines Day party Ginger Caddell was elected our Valen tine Girl for Carol Schumann won the door Karen Barganier gave a program on She had several quilts that her mother had made in the last few She also had one quilt that her grandmother had She gave a history on In the colonial times a young girl was expected to make 13 quilts before she got Some think this was the beginning of our present day bridal Karen explained to us how to take care of If a quilt is old it should be dry To store a it should be rolled and put into a pillow Even if not used it should be taken out and washed every five A quilt shouldnt be washed more than 2 times a Goodwin Extension The Goodwin Extension Homeakers met 5 in the home of Jerry Evelyn Hazel presented a list of topics from which to choose programs for the A few that were chosen are public speaking fix ahead color and health risk With such a variety of we feel it will be a productive as well as informative Refreshments were served to 14 Lamdi Psi Lamda Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its meeting Monday the home of Cindy The club hosted a Junior Miss sendoff for Barbara who will par ticipate in the Texas Junior Miss program later this Many of the contestants from the New Braunfels Junior Miss were there to wish Barbara good A video of Junior Miss announcing the winners was New Braunfels Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary Grand madame president Bess Linar duzzi visited the FOE auxiliary She flew into San Antonio 4 and was met by a group of auxiliary On she toured the Christian Corral and then lunched at Pats She arrived at the FOE hall at 6 and was welcomed by a lighted sign in her She entered the which was decorated in the theme You Light Up My Supper was served to her and 162 members and The guests were from Spring Canyon Lake and the San Antonio Mayor Stratemann presented her with the Burgermeister the Chamber of Commerce president Robert Orr presented her a She was escorted into the hall by Bernice Madame State She was presented a money corsage and other money from the The Christian Corral played music for her and then presented her with cassette Fourteen candidates were initiated in her Linarduzzi spoke to the The next meeting will be GuadaComa Garden Club The Guada Coma Garden Club met at the home of Doroty Rheinlander for its January Hostesses were Betty Esther Erna Dortha McCracken and Dorothy Bill County Agriculture Ex tension talked about spring pruning of trees and His talk was illustrated with slides that showed the correct and incorrect methods of The Arbor Day observance will be 20 at in front of the miniature train A red oak tree will be planted in memory of Roland Arlene Beut The club will be assisted by the students of New Braunfels Christian Academy at the The New Braunfels Garden Council will sponsor a joint meeting 19 at 10 at the county extension a Master Flower Show will speak on How to Organize a Flower The Paper into Trees project collected pounds of newspaper for Old papers may be dropped off at the Landa Rec Officers for the 198485 year are Peggy Morris 1st vice Carolyn Morrison 2nd vice Toby Lohr Margaret Boetcher Judy Hayden and board mem bers Esther Wise and Marie An auditing committee was also elected Betty Margaret Boetcher and Mary Adel The Februrary meeting will be 14 at the home of Esther Wise at Mission Valley Extension Homemakers Club The Mission Valley Extension Homemakers Club held its first meeting of 1984 at the extension meeting room Due to the absence of president Nora Wit Lottie Kelm presided at the Roll call was name your most successful which is probably on a lot of minds these The monthly programs for 1984 were hostesses were ap and committee reports were Regina McFarland was elected nominee for TEHA delegate to the district meeting in Carrizo Springs on April Hostesses for the afternoon were Annie Gloria Dietz and Normaly See CLUB Page 16 songs fail test of language AP That aint no way to treat the the Society for the Ad vancement of Good English declared upon examining Miller Brewing ads for its Lite So Miller gets SAGEs third annual Dunce Cap of the Year award for proclaiming that Lite beer has less calories than regular If SAGE Lite has fewer The tendency is toward increasingly horrible uses of the lamented Lawrence Casler of president and founder of which announced its dubious honors on Runnersup were Cinemax for proclaiming Were doing movies and Burger King for its And that aint The Nashville Songwriters Association won a runnerup spot for such grammatical crimes as Dont put no headstone on my grave and My heart wont pay me no of That aint no way to treat a JMy Doctor should use her title ICOUIDH4VE ADVERTISED IN THIS SP4CE By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY I have a question about wedding My husband is a as are our daughter and her Should we mention all the doctors I would think Do we use our daughters last or do we use her first name preceded by Or does she have to forego her title My husband doesnt think ifs fair to use the mans title and not the I If we were to used the would it look like a medical convention and Charles Cutwell request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Elizabeth Jane Cutwell and Paul Eric Pillpusher MOTHER OF THE BRIDE DEAR MOTHER All the doctors are entitled to use their And I think they the decision should be left to your DEAR ABBY Im another longtime reader who never thought Id see the day when Id be writing a Dear Abby but here I am because I am in desperate need of your Ill try to make this short I have met and fallen in love with a man who has every quality Ive ever wanted in a I am 35 and he is so we both have been around a The problem he doesnt know how to How can I tell him without hurting his feelings We have so much in common and I know we could have a wonderful We are both sensitive and but when he kisses its like kissing a board Please answer He is a terrific man in every other and if he knew how to hed be per KISSING A BOARD DEAR KISSING Dont worry about hurting his He will forgive you after he becomes an He is obviously keeping his lips so tell him to relax and kiss you gently and Better reverse roles and give him a demon Nobody is a great kisser naturally everyone had to learn from So teach bun DEAR ABBY Last year my daughter was She is not a religious person and neither is Her background is Christian and his is They wanted some kind of church but our minister refused to marry and her fiance couldnt find a rabbi who would marry I know this sounds but its I agonized over it until a friend suggested the Unitarian I called the local and he was delighted to perform the He became ill at the last so a young woman substituted in his She performed an absolutely beautiful It was enchanting She combined the Jewish tradition the groom stomped on the glass and she brought in some of the Christian Many guests said it was the most beautiful wed ding they had ever This idea may be helpful to RANCHO PALOS VERDES DEAR RANCHO Im sure it will Thanks for Every teenager should know the truth about sex and how to be For Abbys send and a stamped 37 self addressed envelope to Teen Box NOW SAVE 20 off of the regular cleaning costs when our professionals clean YOUR CARPET 3 rooms or or YOUR UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE mini sofa and 2 chairs or sofa and love Oiler good thru February 1984 81 West CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE 6291322 WEEKLY MAICO HEARING AID SERVICE CENTER Landa Pharmacy Landa Shopping Center Phone 6257777 Every Saturday Morning 911 By Appointment Saturday Tuesday and Thursday Evenings Courtney will discuss your hearing problemClean and check your your for afl makes of hearing aids Batteries available at aft If you are unable to come cad and Courtney wi go to your James NECESSARY MAICO Hearing Aid Service 207 HILDEBRAIMD San Antonio 8286404 CASH CHECK ONLY EVERYTHING 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