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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas F Forties Christian Aoadomy fXtt f Button Club Gay Forties members during the meeting this New members from Marian Mary Jo Zipp and Kathleen Thecommittee for the meeting Diane Anna Claire Sharon WallieMundandMary Youth Show donation Darlene New Braunfels Christian Academy direc presents the early bird award to Aaron Moeller and Melissa Gerhardt for turning in the most sponsors for the school jogathon on March Corporate sponsors are Eberhard Lumber and Omas Staff photos by Leslie Kriewaldt and Bill Parker Betty Reinarz shows some of the buttons which may end up in the new exhibit at the New Braunfels Childrens The New Braunfels Area Button Club is cooperating with the museum for the Games and Sports Texas Style Handson button games will be Anyone interested in contributing buttons may drop by Comaltex 457F For more call Betty Reinarz at 6257511 or Melanie Schulze at Gorman Club Jim president of the Comal County Junior Livestock accepted a donation from Curtis president of Guadalupe Valley Telephone MS Support Group The donation was made during a meeting at Smithson Valley High School agricultural Students of the German Club of Smithson Viilley High School performed skits in Ger man for members of the German American Kim Rigdon plays the part of a child to Debbie Copelands father figure Kathy Liggett led the club skits and sing along at the American Legion Club photo policies outlined af the New Support Group honored two at a luncheon week Steak From left gt Missy May Pee Ryder tad Eiy Pirfctr 9f Peed The businesses were fer install ing aids shopping by nindjiippecj Ar Organizations are inyited tg sgfemit news for the ciwb whjgh published thyrsday in the The in formajign shouJd fee mitttd soon the meeting as possible Tp irrsnge fpr a ac call Lifestyles Editor Wanda Lasaler it Club representatives may also submit shojl items to annpynce meetings which will fee published in the Activities Which ryns each Wednes day and
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