New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 5, 1987, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 05, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope Thursday, March 5,1987    Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels, Texas    PageTA Newcomers’ officers Officers for the Newcomers' Club were in stalled during a luncheon this week at T Bar M New officers are, from left, Ruth Alford president; Gene Burr, second vicepresident OCRYL CLARK/Staff I Audry George- secretary; and Mildred English, treasurer Marie Dawson, not pie tured, is first vice president Club Notes Company offers selection of goods for bridal gowns I Chi Omega alumnae (IU Omega sorority alumnae met in the home of Stephanie Bergquist Keto a to organize a (Til Omega Al urn nae i Rapter Officer* vkere elected They are Nancy David president Anna Oatre Ray Panheilemc representative Toy a Lindsey rush chairman Stephanie Bergquist secretary treasurer and Montte Porter publicity chairman Interested Chi Omega alumnae may call 625o OI or 62a 7U31 Homemakers Council Comal County Extension Homemakers Council met Ket> 77 Grume (TuT* was hwvtevs (hairman Barbara Timmerman presided Guests were Evelyn Svoboda Colette I a) se and Bernice Th* a rte* Jesse G Gama Sr of Heritage Tours discussed programs available to clubs Teen Connection is having a walk athort Manh a and is looking for sponsors Memtiers were remmdeil Ginza store sells furniture by computer Ii (KNO Al* A department store in Tokyo s Girua in contrast to its clothing t**>ks art and other merchandise sect urns    has no items CMI displav in its furniture depart ment reports MI* VW«**k Instead furniture is sold bv means of a personal computer and optical disk svstem that prints three dimensional images in color on a computer s* rem according to the management information servicer publu at ion Hie images show customers how furniture they select from a video library would l«*»k in various interior settings ira- store s system has :> UUU items of furniture in 3 **> frames of an op tic a1 disk Instore consultants first iii terv tew customers to determine tfieir tastes in furniture styling their prefer ml lifestyle arui the intended place of use VA hen the consultant punches in the customer s wishes t>ut come optical images of furniture and a list of accompany mg information furniture names manufacturer wholesaler sue price available colors delivery weight arui computer code The unusual system has allowed sales to reverse a downhill trend prevalent over the past five years Here’s a tip ... a tax tip. If you"vt* tax (Illest inns, you t an H«*t Ila* answers by calling the IKS Ie Ie lax ser\ ice. a recorded information service tm about !r>0 topics The phone number is in your tax package and teleplume llir,,,",ry RIESE to bring non pensable items for ’lunation to Teen Connex ct ion Homemakers club will have a bazaar April TS at New Braunfels Presbyterian Church CHtowardSt Julie Johnson cxvuntv extension agent said the Youth f air will he March SU and asked for volunteers as food judges c omal County TEHA chairman Mary Poe reminded members of the district meeting in Kerrville at the YO Hilton on Apili 14 Cost will be Pt TS for Iuru he»m registration and insurance Keservattorn, should he mailed to Sarah Pierson council treasurer by March 25 Helen Cherry won the recreation prize The next meeting will be April 24 Mission \ alley Club w ill be hostess Hobbies Unlimifed Hobbies I nj united met Keto 24 in the home of Shannon Thayer lama Davis was co hostess Arlen Pietsch dis. ussnl making money Members learning about flees The Jan 27 meeting was in the home of Sarah Beeves Cindy bicker was co hostess The program was learning to knit Tile next meeting will tie March 24 sam Adams of Country Craftsman will dicukk furniture refinishing The meeting will tie at * ti a rn in Coun try Cl aft Milan on luanda street Ktwanis Club Seven members of the Greater Kandotph -\rea Club and four menders of the Seguin Club were guests ai tile f eb 2»> meeting Of the New Braunfels hiwanis Club at Hungry Hobo restaurant Other visitors were Ken Jahnc ke of I edar l,ake N4is* and Don Edson of Grand Kapids Minn Granville Bolton reported on the fell IM meeting at Et sam Houston officers club for the district gover nor s visit to District 5 The Olmos Club and Greater Randolph Club hosted the v isit La Moyne Davis reminded members for plans to help with the walk athon April 4 Erank Strightoff discussed his recol lect ions of a trip to Iran (>ne of his five daughter- married an Ira man student at Purdue University Both were teaching in Iran The cou pie has since returned to the United States VFW Post 7110 Veterans of Eoreign Wars Post 7110 hosted a party for Boy Scout Troop 757 Keb 23 Hob Smith and Hod ne v Harvz were honored for attaining Eagle Scout rank Jim Thompson scoutmaster was toasted Martin Allen assistant scoutmaster was emcee Larry Kunkel district commissioner was a guest Merit badges arni other awards went to Mark Allen Caleb Coley John Garc ia Jerry Pape GregHaru Kandy Kosen and Daniel Perez Jessie Garcia vice president of the executive board of the district coun Cli was prmcpai speaker George Kirst post commander presented tile Eagle Scouts with EW certificates Eagles Auxiliary The External Order of Eagles Auxiliary met Keb I? lielegates to the state convention in New Braunfels June 17 2»> were elected They are Elizabeth Wohifardt shirlev Jarish Elvina Russell Ruth Hardaway Adeline Row Etta Hanz Melanie Mittendorf Tome Vogel Mary Owens ( arolvn Matykiewicz sue Hemmeyer ami louise Schlater It was also approved to pay the registration fees for past presidents attending the meeting Elorie Busch is the chairman of the senior ritual team with Evelyn Schwab as vice president By DONNA SALYERS Question; I’m planning to sew my daughter’s bridal gown and we’d like a portion of the skirt to be pleated. Can you help me locate a company that can permanently pleat silk? I’ll need (let, unpleated fabric as well as pleated. Answer: One resource handling custom pleating of fabric is Patty's Pincushion. 710 Smithfield. Pittsburgh. Pa., 15219. For a free brochure, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope This retailer has a mail-order service for bridal fabrics, laces and notions If you send a picture or sketch of the bridal gown you wish to create, they will respond with appropriate swatches of fabrics, laces, buttons pearl trims, etc and approximate yardage estimates lf satin is appropriate. for example, they will send many satins in various price ranges Charge for swatching service is $6 50 As for custom pleating, there are five different types of pleats from which to choose crystal, mushroom. knife, box and sunburst Some points you will wish to consider Crystal pleating, which costs $4 per yard of fabric, requires a I to 3 ratio That is for one yard of pleated fabric, you will need three yards of flat fabnc Pleats may be on the lengthwise or crosswise grain depending on the faonc Fabric may or may not be pre hemmed Polyesters pleat very well silk and blends work well. pure cottons should be avoided Pleating takes about three weeks or less Question Can you tell me how to make continuous bias stnps I know that fabric is somehow sewn in a circle and then cut into one long strip Answer This is a tremendous timesaver that is easy to do but rather difficult to visualize without the diagrams One third yard of 45-mch fabric yields a two-inch strip about seven yards in length Cut rectangle on straight of grain Fold one comer to find the true bats Cut along fold line (see diagram Ii Join resulting triangle to opposite end of rectangle stitching along the lengthwise grain and using a inch There are many non profit agencies and health care facilities that can interesting volunteer for the pm spectre volunteer Persons who are retired with a few hours a week to donate to the com mumty perhaps the Retired Senior Volunteer Program sponsored by Texas Lutheran College can help find a volunteer position that bests suits the av ailable time and talent In addition RS VP can provide mileage and meal reimbursement if requested community recognition in the form of an annual dinner and volunteer insurance which covers the volunteer while working ITw* following are non profit agen vies that are looking for volunteer assistance Comal County Sheriff s Office would like to locate a volunteer with clerical skills The volunteer would seam allowance Press open seam see diagram 21 Mark stnp cutting lines on wrong side of fabnc Take care that the first line is parallel with one of the diagonal bias* ends and that lines are equally space1 see diagram 3 > With right sides together fold fabnc so that straight i not diagonal > edges are even Using a very short stitch and a ‘4 inch seam allowance stitch along straight edge (see diagram 4 >. The fabnc is ready to be cut into a single continuous bias strip Here is how to estimate bias yar- be assisting in the warrant civil division The volunteer would be asked to type file and do computer data entry work Persons who can type can easily learn computer data entry Lamar School has a need for volunteers to help children in the cafeteria during lunch In addition, volunteers are needed to perform receptionist duties Volunteers are also needed to work on a one-to-one basis with autistic adolescents in a pre vocational workshop and functional living class 11 e critical skills woodworking crafts, cooking housekeeping For any of the volunteer assignments the prospective volunteer must enjoy helping and watching children grow into 'etui independent community members New Braunfels Children s Museum will soon open its doors for dage Multiply the width of the rectangle minus I. by the depth Divide by the bias width, then convert inches to yards For example, a half-yard of 45-inch fabnc is figured 45 minus I equals 44 Forty-four times 16 equals 704 That number divided by 2 equals 352 inches which equals 9 yards. 28 inches Donna Salyers welcomes fashion and sewing related questions For a personal reply, be sure to include a self-addressed, stamped envelope Write to Fashion and Sewing Questions PO Box 39397. Cincinnati Ohio 45239 volunteers its second exhibit entitled "Sports and Games Texas Style ” This exhibit is scheduled to open in April and will be open for six weeks Volunteers are needed to assist in all aspects of the exhibit planning including staffing the exhibit, distributing publicity matenals. fund raising, coordinating exhibits and creating new activities — New Braunfels Housing Authority would like to find a volunteer to assist in taking applications in addition. the volunteer wo .it. e asked to do light secretarial a.d receptionist work Persons interested in donating services to any of these agencies may contact Iris Bowden Comal County HSVP Adv isory Council chairman at 625-6941 Leave a name, phone number and reason for calling Ted Wolber RSVP assistant director will return the call *1    1    1 lTTT    IJ JI Rollo’s Barbecue I* *1    j *1 Family Pack Special $8,951* I* Choice of 1 Meat    Includes Sauce V/2 lb Beef    1    pt    Potatoe Salad 2 lb Sausage    1    pt.    Pinto Beans 2 !b Ribs    1    pt.    Cole Slaw Hamburgers $1.45 Chopped BBQ Sandwich Special 4/$1 OO Catering & Party Trays 7I9 Hwy. 46 So. _629-1625 s p R I N G B R E A K Take aPeek... 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