New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 19, 1987, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 19, 1987

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Issue date: Thursday, February 19, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Club news, photo pol ides outlined Organizations are invited to submit news for the Club Notes which are published each Thursday in the Harald-Zeitung. The information should be submitted as soon after the meeting as possible. To arrange for a photograph of club activities, call Lifestyles Editor Wanda Lasater at 625*9144. Club representatives may also submit short items to announce meetings which will be published in the Activities which runs each Wednesday and Sunday. Page 6Scrapbook Herald-Ze/ft/np. New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, February 19,1987Reception plans Art League s of the Comal County Medical iety Auxiliary and Child Welfare Board are preparing for a champagne reception I; Feb. 22 Sculpture by Anne Armstrong will be £ shown and benefits will go to the Children's *• S LESLIE KR IE WALDT/Staff Photographs Shelter. From left are Margaret Ann Bird of the auxiliary, Vicki Hollmig of the welfare board, and Sarah Reeves of the medical aux iliary. Officers for the New Braunfels Art League were installed recently. From left are Elaine Felder, treasurer; Jena Lea Cook, vice presi- Capt. James Jack FRANCES BRIDGES/Staft Photographer dent; Jane Graves, secretary; and Claudine Mulhern, president. The group meets each month in the Art Center, 646 Walnut Square. Life members •ILL FARKER/Staff PHT—her test winners Brian Thomas Jackson, first; Mark Ikels and Allison Tidy, second, Diana Simon, 1986 Challenge Outstanding American History Student, Justin Done, third; and Jeff Hammond, honorable men tion. * * Past presidents of the Comal County J Sheriff s Posse were presented life member $ ship plaques recently. From left are H.E. / Easy' Hall, president 1968 and 1987; Edward < Badouh, 1959, 1960, Howard Ludwig, 1963; it«H Willie Fischbeck, 1964; Werner Kiesling, 1974; Jerry Reeder, 1976, and Bob Voss, 1980, 1981. Other past presidents will receive pla* ques in March. Ferdinand Lindheimer Essay contest winners were guests for the meeting of the Capt. James Jack Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution. Above, from left, are Julianne Bremer; Laura Mathis, Good Citizenship Award; Tim Zipp; and Roxolin Krueger, Good Citizen chairman. Below, from left, are essay con*J* r ' ,    -ayflh*S' J The Ferdinand Lindheimer Chapter of I Daughters of the Republic of Texas met Saturday in the home of Marie Offerman. Guest speaker was Steve Beck, curator of the DERVL CLAR K/f toff FR—jrBpRgr Alamo. Looking over some of the artifacts are, from left, Offerman; Jeanette Felger, hostess; Beck; Mattie Howard, hostess; and Ed Gearke, assistant curator. ;

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