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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Scrapbook HeraldZeitung June Historical Commission Newcomers meeting New members of the Comal County Historical Commission were introduced Thursday at Dittlinger Memorial Above from left are Dottie Ann Carmen Butts and Anita below from are Henry assistant chairman Ruth secretarytreasurer and Rosie Retiring chairman is Frances The group is planning an unveiling of a Texas Historical medallion and plaque at Honey Creek Newcomers Club met last week at the Senior Citizens New members of the group from John Cleary of Dime Madelyne and John Keyser of Houston and Lucille and Bailey Palmer of New Braunfeis ui ich of American Association of University Women met for a membership breakfast Saturday at the Faust Members talk with Rosemarie Taylor of San Antonio before the From left are Agnes president Taylor Katie Gordon and Patsy breakfast Jaycees donation New Braunfeis Jaycees spent almost a year raising funds to bolster the annual July 4 fireworks display in Landa The group presented its check to the city From left are Pete past president DERYL Darryl president Mark project chairman and Mayor Barbara The additional funds will be used to choreograph the fireworks to Post band reunion 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 Members of American Legion Post 179 band gathered for a reunion Sunday at Bavarian The band was formed in 1928 and disbanded in Trying on uniforms from Walton Walter Harry Sandy Bruno Howard Dail Wells and Elmo Staff photos by Frances Bridges
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