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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas HeralcKtituitg May 9 rapbook Scouting awards Good Samaritans Eagle awards were presented to two scouts last week in ceremonies at the Scout From Helen Donop pins her son Neal Donop while Joel Guajardo is pinned by his mother Chelo Scout Master Rochette Reinarz holds the banner for Troop 133 sponsored by First Protestant Donop and Guajardo are the 60th and 61 st scouts to become Eagles under Reinarz Museum opening The Breustedt house was dedicated Saturday as the Texas Museum of Handmade Furniture by the Heritage Society of New is Edward Dedeke of New Braunfels with a picture of Caroline Dauer and Johann Andreas The original owners of the home were the greatgrandparents of Edward and Dorothy At Jason Kirk Fiala tries out the baby bed in the home donated by Bill and Nan With him is his Kathy Gregory daughter of Kirk and Rose Marie Gregory of New Club photos policies If your club or organization is planning an interesting the HeraldZeitung invites you to submit a short item for the Activities column which is published each Wednesday and Organizations may also submit short reports after meetings for Club Notes which are printed in each Thursdays To arrange for a photograph for which also appears each call Kaleidoscope Editor Wanda Lasater at Community Service Center hosted the fourth annual Good Samaritan Award luncheon last week at Eagles From left are Good Samaritan Award winners for community Earl Schloermer and Frank with Jan president of the and Robert president of the Fraternal Order of Dedeke received an ap preciation plaque for the use of Eagles Sons of American Revolution The William Hightower Chapter Sons of the American Revolution installed officers last week at a banquet at the Faust From are Richard registrar Bill president Andrew chaplain William Texas Society SAR president and installing officer Miles president and Mike Cantu Not pictured is Charles vice Grand opening Bluebonnet celebrated its grand opening last week with a reception at the business on Seguin General Manager Dennis holds the door for Bennie The automobile dealership was formerly owned by Bocks Staff photos by Frances Bridges
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