New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 13, 1985, Page 9

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June 13, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope Herald-Zeitung Thursday, June 13, 1985    9 Club notes.Adventurers-Pathfinders The Adventurers-Pathfinders Club recently went on a one-mile hike and found and identified 22 kinds of Texas wildflowers and IO kinds of wild life. The club is for youngsters ages 6 through 12. The club meets at the Seventh-day Adventist Church, 2990 W. San Antonio St. each Tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. Camping trips, nature hikes and other activities are planned. Subjects stressed are reverence for God, love of the country and fellowmen, nature, physical education outdoor activities and crafts. Anyone interested in joining may call Mrs. Perdue after 6 p.m. at 629-6849.Kiwanis Club The rains last week threatened to cut attendance at the Kiwanis Club meetingl at the Faust Hotel. Half of the members arrived shortly after the beginning of the meeting. Vice president Bae Ebert presided. After the regular meeting, the monthly board of directors meeting was started. Copies of the treasurer’s report and the secretary’s report to international and district offices were approved. Jack Muehleisen reported on the gum ball project. Attention was called to the Texas-Oklahoma District convention in Corpus Christi Aug. 14 through l/.Soefje family reunion The 21st annual Heinrich Soefje family reunion was June 2 at A.C. Kruesler campgrounds near Clear Springs with 79 descendants attending. Presiding were Harold J. Soefje of Cameron, chairman; Laverne Soefje of Cameron, secretary-treasurer; adn Mary Burris of Leesville, historian. A brief memorial service was led by Cleburne Soefje. Elsie Wilson of New Mexico, granddaughter of the late William Soefje was remembered. Awards were: youngest — Maegen Julia Soefje, 8-month-old daughter of Waymond and Nancy Krueger of New Braunfels; oldest — Hertha Behrendt, 91, of Seguin; newlyweds — Stanley and Mary Burris of Leesville; longest married — Erwin and linda Soefje of I^eesville; and traveled farthest — Dolores French of Albuquerque, N.M. Walter and Barbara Krueger were host and hostess. New officers are Carol Ann Hermes of New Braunfels, chairman, and Dennis Hermes of New Braunfels, secretary-treasurer.Student recital Twenty-five students of Mrs. Dale Wilson presented a recital June 2 at the Wilson home. In addition to solos, there were several student duets, trios, and quartettes for piano, as well as three concerto movements by Beth Dierksen, Cara Nowotny and Becky Orr. Youngsters taking part in the recital were lisa Buford, Jessica Burtch, Amy Cook, Rosette Delton, Shauna Ewald, Faith and Ginger Freiling, Tim and Matthew Grice, Shannon Hennessey, Kathryn Kawazoe, Angela Miranda, Susan Oliver, David Orr, Wendy Orr, liz Podgursky, Melissa Pustka, Amanda Rayburn, Jessica Schlender, Julie Taylor and Greg and Stacey Zipp. School honor rolls. Bulverde Middle 6th grade Distinguished:    Brietta    Cun ningham, Jody l,andry, Matthew McKnight, John Marquis, Patrick Murphy, Theresa Novak, Jennifer Ricks, Jerry Trevino, Michael Wirta and Robyn Wunderlich. Honor: Dan Allen, Jason Blackburn, Caryn Brantley, April Chapman, Jennifer DeHay, Greg Groenke, Diana Hilbig, Rachael Hill, Randy lawrence, Miki O’Brien, Amy Postell, Stacie Schaeferkoeter, Johanna Stahl, Billy Tomes, Shelby Tye and Donna Williams. 7 th grade Distinguished: Katherine Allen, Michelle Cyr, Will Fry, Amanda Goolsby, Audrey Hilbig, Katherine Kramm, Janice Krizek, Kerry ILangdon, Charlotte Saur, Brad Sitton and Michele Triska. Honor:    Frank Acosta, Kristy Altmeyer, Michelle Barr, Jackie Bius, Deanna Boyd, I^aNessa Byrd, Holly Countryman, Richard Fossum, Jason Gallas, Jimmy Herbert, Lynn Hitchcock, Sidney Hons, Ann Kiesling, Mitzi Kossa, Derick Kuyrkendall, Jennifer Little, Tammy Maywald, Heather Murphy, Mike Neal, Bluzette Phillips, Chris Robbins, Greg Umphrey and Greg Woodruff. 8th grade Distinguished: Tammie Barnes, Derek Bell, Rene Callahan, Ruth Cardenas, Shawn Hafey-Francke, David Hall, Wayne Hilbig, Shawn Hollis, Joanna Jilek, Amie Moch, Melissa Ramsey, Kelly Smith, PaulAuction to aid Connection Tschoepe, Kimberlie Tuttle, Wendy Watson and Linda Williams. Honor: Jenny Anderson, Susan Bench, Scott Campbell, Nelda Casas, Jeanette Dickson, Kelly Dowe, David Ducote, Penni Eyman, Jody Falkenberg, Diane Gonzales, Kimberly Keene, Todd Lundgren, Rhonda Lux, Hugh Lynch, Crystal Ohlenburger, Christi Prather, Ulah Rodriguez, Julie Roy, Deleyce Saur, Deanna Schroeder, Christy Steubing, Jennifer Stuart, Kristin Szafraniec and Vickie Williams. Special Distinguished: J.C. Evans, 8th grade. Honor: Terri Dewitz, 8th grade; Tommy Milburn, 8th grade; Virginia Sparks, 8th grade; and Cindy Young, 8th grade. Bidding for items will help Teen Connection at the first-of-a-kind auction at the Civic Center at I p.m. July 21. Teen Connection is a foster home and alternative school and is an emergency shelter for girls who are in need of an alternate living situation because of severe family problems. Teen Connection offers individual and family counseling for girls IO toDear Abby 17 years old. Since the center opened almost two years ago, the staff and volunteers have offered love, understanding and moral support to more than 150 girls and their families. Donations for the auction have been coming in from local businesses including Tri County Office Equipment, lack's Furniture, Discount Furniture, Lowe’s, Gibson’s, Nancy’s Custom Interiors, Heart of Country Antiques, 14 Plus, New Braunfels Antiques, Beauty Supplies and Such, Images, The Ivobby, Advanced Satellite, Jim’s Video, La Mansion Del Norte, Total Fitness, and Dream Travel. Some of the items are $400 off a Carribean Cruise for two, a television satellite    dish,    video-cassette recorder, sofa,    recliner, and typewriter, and a rug. Persons wishing to donate to Teen Connection can call 629-6571 Letters Find Swifter Route To Abby When Mailed Direct DEAR ABBY Why is it so hard to get a letter to you? Once in a blue moon I Hee your address when you advertise a booklet on how to have a lovely wedding or what every teenager ought to know about sex and drugs. But is that the same address a person should use to send in a problem? Does all your mail go to the same place? If I want a personal reply, what address should I use? If I want my question answered in your column, where should I send it? Must I sign my name if I want my letter answered in your column? I think you should print this information because a lot of other people might also like to know FAITHFUL READER DEAR READER: Space does not permit me to publish every letter I receive, but you do not have to sign your name in order to have your letter answered in the column. However, if you want a personal reply, you must include a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Some editors prefer that all Dear Abby mail he addressed to their newspaper, after which it is forwarded to me unopened. Since this obviously delays delivery, I recommend that readers who want a speedier reply write: Dear Abby, P.O. Box 38923, Hollywood, ( alif. 90038. DEAR ABBY For six months I have been deeply in love with a woman, and she with me We've made some long range tentative plans and were building a great relationship until I learned that ‘•he still has a key to her former boy friend’s apartment I told her that I did not feel comfortable knowing that she has this one remaining tie to him but she assured me that she loved me has no use for this man s key, and would return it to him as soon as possible. Twice I asked her if she had returned the key, and both times she said she had tried but he refuged to accept it, saying he wants her to have it in case she wants to return to him Should I ask her a third time if she was successful in getting him to accept the key? NOT OK IN OKLAHOMA DEAR NOT OK: Don’t ask her. 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