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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                PifiiM Newcomers officers Company offers selection of goods for bridal gowns Officers for the Newcomers Club were in stalled during a luncheon this week at TBar New officers from Ruth president Gene second vice president DERYL Photoflrairtwr Audry secretary and Mildred Marie not pic is first vice Club Notes Chi Omega alumnae Chi Omega sorority alumnae met In the home of Stephanie Bergquist 28 to organize a Chi Omega Alumnae Officers were They are Nancy president Anna Qalre Panhellenlc Toya rush chairman Stephanie secretary treasurer and Montle publicity Interested Chi Omega alumnae may call 6250331 or Homemakers Council Comal County Extension Homemakers Council met 27 Gruene Club was Chairman Barbara Ttmmerman presided Guests were Evelyn Colette Love and Jesse Garcia of Heritage Tours discussed programs available to Teen Connection Is having a walk athon March 28 and Is looking for Members were reminded Ginza store sells furniture by computer TOKYO A department store in Tokyos Ginza in contrast to its art and other merchandise sections has no items on display in its furniture depart reports MIS furniture is sold by means of a personal computer and optical disk system that prints three dimensional images in color on a computer according to the management Information services publication The images show customers how furniture they select from a video library would look in various interior settings The stores system has items of furniture frames of an op tical disk instore consultants first in terview customers to determine their tastes In furniture their preferred lifestyle and the intended place of use When the consultant punches in the customers out come optical images of furniture and a list of ac companying information furniture available weight and computer The unusual system has KJ reverse downhuj trend pre valfnji over the past five years to bring nonperisable items for donation to Teen Homemakers club will have a bazaar April 25 at New Braunfels Presbyterian 373 Howard Julie county extension said the Youth Fair will be March 20 and asked for volunteers as food Comal County TEHA chairman Mary Poe reminded members of the district meeting in Kerrvllle at the YO Hilton on April Cost will be for registration and Reservations should be mailed to Sarah council by March Helen Cherry won the recreation The next meeting will be April Mission Valley Club will be Hobbies Unlimited Hobbles Unlimited met 24 In the home of Shannon Lena Davis was Arlen Pletsch discussed making money Members learning about The 27 meeting was In the home of Sarah Cindy Wicker was The program was learning to The next meeting will be March 24 Sam Adams of Country1 Craftsman will dicuss furniture The meeting will be at In Coun try1 Craftsman on Landa Kiwanis Club Seven members of the Greater Randolph Area Club and four members of the Seguin Club were guests at the Feb 26 meeting of the New Braunfels Kiwanis Club at Hungry Hobo Other visitors were Ken Jahncke of Cedar Wise and Don Edson of Grand Minn Granville Bolton reported on the Feb 18 meeting at Ft Sam Houston officers club for the district gover nors visit to District The Olmos Club and Greater Randolph Club hosted the LaMoyne Davis reminded members for plans to help with the walkathon April Frank Strightoff discussed his recollections of a trip to One of his five daughters married an Ira nian student at Purdue Both were teaching in The cou ple has since returned to the United States VFW Post 7110 Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7110 hosted a party for Boy Scout Troop 757 Rob Smith and Rodney Hanz were honored for attaining Eagle Scout Jim was Martin assistant was Larry district was a Merit badges and other awards went to Mark Caleb John Jerry Greg Randy Rosen and Daniel Jessie vice president of the executive board of the district coun was princpal George post presented the Eagle Scouts with VFW Eagles Auxiliary The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary met Feb 17 Delegates to the stale convention in New Braunfels June 1720 were elected They are Elizabeth Shirley Elviria Ruth Adeline Etta Melanie Tonie Mary Carolyn Sue Heinmeyer and Louise It was also approved to pay the registration fees for past presidents attending the Florle Busch is the chairman of the senior ritual team with Evelyn Schwab as vice By DONNASALYERS Question Im planning to sew my daughters bridal gown and wed like portion of the skirt to be Can you help me locate a company that can permanently pleat silk Ill need unpieated fabric as well as One resource handling custom pleating of fabric Is Pattys 710 Pitt For a free send a stamped This retailer has a mailorder ser vice for bridal laces and no If you send a picture or sketch of the bridal gown you wish to they will respond with appropriate swatches of pearl and approximate yardage If satin is ap for they will send many satins in various price Charge for swatching service Is As for custom there are five different types of pleats from which to choose box and Some points you will wish to consider Crystal which costs per yard of requires a 1 to 3 That for one yard of pleated you will need three yards of flat Pleats may be on the lengthwise or crosswise depending on the Fabric may or may not be Polyesters pleat very well silk and blends work well pure cottons should be Pleating takes about three weeks or Question Can you tell me how to make continuous bias I know that fabric Is somehow sewn in a cir cle and then cut into one long Answer This is a tremendous timesaver that is easy to do but rather difficult to visualize without the Onethird yard of 45 inch fabric yields a twoinch strip about seven yards in Cut rectangle on straight of Fold one corner to find the true Cut along fold line see diagram Join resulting triangle to opposite end of stitching along the lengthwise and using a 4inch a tp a tax If youve you can get the answers by calling the IRS a recorded information service on Tne ptione Rollos Barbecue Family Pack Special Choice of 1 w Beef 2 Sausage 2 Ribs Meat Includes Sauce 1 Potatoe Salad 1 Pinto Beans 1 Cole Slaw Hamburgers Chopped BBQ Sandwich Special Catering Party Trays 7i 1025 Making continuous bias seam Press open seam see diagram Mark strip cutting lines on wrong side of Take care that the first line is parallel with one of the diagonal bias ends and that lines are equally space see diagram With right sides fold fabric so that straight not diagonal edges are Using a very short stitch and a 4inch seam stitch along straight edge see diagram The fabric is ready to be cut into a single continuous bias Here is how to estimate bias yar dage Multiply the width of the rec tangle minus by the Divide by the bias then convert in ches to For a half yard of 45inch fabric is figured 45 minus 1 equals Fortyfour times 16 equals That number divided by 2 equals 352 inches which equals 9 28 Donna Salyers welcomes fashion and sewing related For a personal be sure to include a stamped Write to Fashion and Sewing Ques Box Ohio RSVP program seeking volunteers There are many nonprofit agen cies and health care facilities that can interesting volunteer for the pro spective Persons who are retired with a few hours a week to donate to the com perhaps the Retired Senior Volunteer sponsored by Texas Lutheran can help find a volunteer position that bests suits the available time and In RSVP can provide mileage and meal reimbursement if community recognition in the form of an annual and volunteer insurance which covers the volunteer while The following are nonprofit agen cies that are looking for volunteer assistance Comal County Sheriffs Office would like to locate a volunteer with clerical skills The volunteer would be assisting in the divi The volunteer would be asked to file and do computer data entry Persons who can type can easi ly learn computer data Lamar School has a need for volunteers to help children in the cafeteria during In volunteers are needed to perform receptionist Volunteers are also needed to work on a onetoone basis with autistic adolescents in a prevocational workshop and func tional living class critical For any of the volunteer the prospec tive volunteer must enjoy helping and watching children grow into semiindependent community New Braunfels Childrens Museum will soon open its doors for its second exhibit entitled Sports and Games Texas This ex hibit is scheduled to open in April and will be open for six Volunteers are needed to assist in all aspects of the exhibit planning including staff ing the distributing publicity fund coordinating exhibits and creating new New Braunfels Housing Authori ty would like to find a volunteer to assist in taking In addi the volunteer would be asked to do light secretarial and receptionist Persons interested in donating ser vices to any of these agencies may contact Iris Comal County RSVP Advisory Council at Leave a phone number and reason for Ted RSVP assistant will return the Take a Peek SWIMSATIONAC SALE ENTIRE STOCK 40 OFF Gatchit Town iVIaui Norf leet Atena T SHIRT 264 San Antonio ail sales final sale at this Ipeation Qnly Hours   

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