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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas loading up Sewing offered B v By DONNASALY6RS While you are researching summer camps for your you might take a took at adult camps for those who enjoy Camp is out of the ques tion Then take in a sewing fair or enter a Couture Sewing Camp If a sew ing camp situated on the ocean inlet in is not they will throw in Clint Clint may not drop by to make your but at least you will be staying at Eastwoods Mission Ranch and can daydream during a sveeklong session of couture sewing In its sixth year and sponsored by The Fabric camp is in session July 1017 and July For more send a stamped envelope to The Fabric 170 State Los Machine Artists The ninth an nual Sharing Seminar for those in terested in all sorts of machine worked art including applique and lacemaking takes place July 2631 in Park Sponsored by SewArt Interna this years schedule offers 12 classes each taught by experts such as quitter Georgia Attendants must be certified in machine For more send a large self stamped enveloep to SewArt Box Utah Sewing shows Sewing Today Across the USA travels to 14 cities between now and May Presented by Associates and cosponsored by The McCall Pattern local retailers in each city will participate in an allday exhibit from At three different times during each a iVi hour presentation in cluding a fashion show and seminar will be For more informa see the spring issue of the Mc Call Pattern Magazine or send a self stamped envelope to Associates Promo 2269 Suit San K 1 Sewing contest for teenagers The 1987 Sew N Show Contest spon sored by f he McCall Pattern and Eastman Chemical Products is open to sewers 18 years of age and Contestants are divided into two age categories 15 to 18 years and 14 and Entrants must make a garment us ing a current McCall Pattern and a fabric containing at least 50 percent Kodel polyester and submit a poto of themselves modeling the along with a contest Four winners will win an all expense paid trip to two to a wardrobe of McCall designs and a beauty Photographs of the winners will ap pear in Teen Magazine and in McCall Pattern Entry forms are available where McCall patterns are or from home economics teachers and 4H Deadline for entering is May Quilt contest Garden Bouquet is this years theme for a quilt block contest sponsored by Fairfield Pro A grand prize 19 firstplace winners and 20 runnerslip will be The winning blocks will be assembled into two Garden Bouquet quills These quilts will be displayed throughout the and designers of winning blocks will receive personal The grand prize is a savings bond first prize winners receive a sav ings bond runnersup receive an assortment of Fairfield For an entry write to Fairfield Drawer Dan Contest closes July This weeks terrific tip comes from Maria Waltman of New Braunfels The rubber tip on the end of a toothbrush is perfect for turning col lar points on delicate fabrics without poking through a Do you have a terrific sewing tip you would like to share Send it to Sewing Box Cincin Ohio Selected tips will ap pear in this column and tipsters will receive Ihe home video of their choice from Ihe Quick Easy Sewing Series with Donna MidTexas Symphony ranks at top Broome is one of the volunteers helping with the com distribution at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Community Council of South Central Texas distributes the Commodities and is seeking Persons interested m helping should call Lupe Reyes at The next distnbu will be April 21 Photo by Deryl Clark MidTexas Symphony ranked ex Iraordinarily high in the American Symphony Orchestra League rating standards for the 198687 Placements in Ihe highest 16 per cent for financial stability and in the highest three percent for organiza tion were announced at the Texas Association of Symphony Or chestras workshop seminar in Houston March 7 and Each workshop was chaired by a management office of the American Symphony Orchestra League which is headquartered in DC NSorkshops were held for con ductors and managers and covered such areas as leadership and motiva youth successful guild fund raising and music libraries A MidTexas Symphony representative attended each of the Attending were Charlotle board president Marilyn treasurer Jean guild vice president and Fred longrange planning vice Also participating were Dennis and Jackie Rogers and Gayle symphony Texas Art Commission represen tatives explained funding programs for artistic Major cor porations also had representatives explain funding procedures Among those were Exxon Corp InterFirst Bank and Texas Commerce Bank MidTexas Symphony Orchestra will gives its fifth concert of the season March 29 at in Jackson Auditorium at Texas Lutheran College in Guest conductor will be Jay Dean of Guest soloist will be local trombonist Randy Tickets are available at the at the symphony office in Jackson Auditorium and Shanoah Gallery in Tickets are also available at Krauses Book Rogers Music and Music Haul in New Braunfels Inner turmoil focus of new Greeley novel Club Notes Xi Alpha Eta Six prospective members were in troduced to the traditions and ac ItviUes ol Xi Alpha Kla Chapter of Bela Sigma 1hi at the March 1C meelmg Attending were Tammy Cathy Cmdy Dees Michelle Mullms Debbie Bell and Cindy Pullm Patrice Clayton read a poetic biography of members written by Ellen Laubach Cathy Andrews followed with a calendar ol events Officers were elected They are Debra Crow president Donna Lehr vice Melissa Stunson recording secretary Melanie Jaylsnn Smith cor responding secretary Anne Miller parliamentarian Demse Kraft Janie Hemmler Jan Cit Council representatives Members also discussed plans for the Team 111 bowling party March in Mission Valley Bowling Club Hostesses were Demse Krat Clayton and Marsha Kiesl Eagles The Retired Kagles Acliv ities Club inet recently in Kagles Hall spent the afternoon playing dominoes and cards The next meeting will be April lu from 5 to lu p ni in Eagles Hall Guada Coma Guada Coma Garden Club met March lu m the home of Mary Adele Schneider Hostesses were Dorlha Charlotle Triesch and Mary Kaderli President Kslher Wise presided Belly Triesch discussed wildflowers with a slide presentalion Man of the wildflowers had been cataloged by Ferdinand Undheimer Joyce Kolodzie of the Arborteum reported new note cards with the clubs copyrighted logo will soon be available Nan Evans reported Ihe dianihus in ihe Arborleium have been replac edMore cleanup work is scheduled Patsy Bebee reported on Ihe joint garden club meeting Maintaining with Growth Tfce garden therapy group under hj direcUpn ol Melinda Qate Crest im to and club received first place or year Arbor publici ty press book and a horticultural citation with points The club also received certificates for dona lions to Wild Basin W ildirness World Gardening Winning voulh posters sponsored bv the club were Conservation Mv lass A Iatricm Morris Class B Margaret Morris second place Class C Angela Kikel third place Class C 1 nut Kscobido honorable mention Class C Jean scolt Uvsl first place Class A Heather Barker Clas Marie SeitKrl Class C John Nicholson Class I Juan Smokev the Bear first Class A Thomas Anderson Class D Scott Fans Stale convention will be April in Austin Klvira IHIasqual reported a Golden Rain Tree has been planted next to Ihe Parks office in memory of Alice Schnevur Melinda Birdsong won the door prize of a shamrock plant Preceptor Rho Preceptor Sigma Phi Rho Chapter met March of y Beta with hostesses Deanie Chollet Jo William son and Carlene Fischer Ham Allison chairman of the Child Welfare Board was guest speaker A donation vv as presented to the board to help finance an emergency shelter for children A brunch is planned for prospec tive members March Ji in the home of Charlene Fischer Beta Sigma Phi Founders Das will be April 2B Homemakers Twelve members attended the March meeting of Gruene Extension Club in the Exlension meeting room Mae Russell was a guest Debbie County Exlen sion program presented a program on fiber in food Plans were made for the bazaar April 25 m New Braunfels Presbylerian The hours will be lu a m to f A salad luncheon w ill be S2 per person Mary Klobedans was hostess Lor raine Ledbeller will be hostess in April President Velma Patterson presented Ola Mae Zuschlag and Bet ty Thompson with plants for their bir thdays Kiwanis Club Kivvams Club board of directors met before the regular meeting last Thursdav The treasurers and scretarv s reports were distributed and approved Minutes were also ap proved sixmonth leave of absence was granted for Paul Hardee for medical reasons Kbert reported on the van and lift Dan ONeill reported on other donation projects LaMoyne Davis reminded members of the walk athon April 4 Granville Bolton reported on the interclub visits to Boerne and Kerrville Paul Hardee reported on a hearing screening test for May and was authorized to pro ceed with plans The regular meeting included the two visitors from the north as well as Lt Gov Roger Hill who was making his official visit With him were Michael Lutz and Michael Dippo of the Olmos Club Alan Trollmger of Active Security Designs presented the program and preventing homes from burglars He distributed a residential security surve for member to use in deciding the best way to prevent a burglary Patience Of a By Andrew 446 It all started the day Red Kane was hit by a cosmic baseball Perfectly sane one he became perfectly crazy the On ly he didnt know And neither did his family and Not until later Kanes journey from sanity to in sanity and back again is told in Patience of a the latest novel by Andrew M As with some of Greeleys previous the story is set in Chicago and involves some of the members of the Ryan including Father Blackie The main character is Red a Pulitzer Prizewinning newspaper columnist who works in Kane is an Irish with a wife and three children At the same time he was whacked by the cosmic baseball Kane and his wife had just been to Mass They were crossing a street when a limousine careened past forc ing Kane to jump out of the path of the speeding car In that Kane is transformed He gives up smoking and He begins to pay more attention to his wite and He works harder at his just because Kane is transformed doesnt mean the rest of the world is willing to go along vuth Nor does it mean Kane is invinci although he thinks he is Although there is a religious theme and some steamy sex scenes that readers of previous novels have come to the main focus of the novel is on Kanes and his determination to expose an underground figures in volvement in the murder o a young woman Kane struggles to gather the facts and then sell the to his but not fully that his actions endanger tin lives of his family Patience of a Saint is livelv and wellpaced Greeley does a good job of capturing the turmoil of a man in a midlife determined to change his ways before its too late Carol D egan Associated F ress Museum preparing new exhibit The New Braunfels Museum has found a new for its next exhibit Sports and Texas Style openings April 7 The museum is located in the Courtyard Shopping Center txtnnd Arh s f rexcited about this new location because it is much larger than the other said Melanie museum board I Inwill allow us to add to the ourselves The exhibit u a floped by the Austin Children s Museum ni course this means more are needed to prepare and stat the she Persons interested in helping are asked to call Susan Gudgell at The museum is also lo ng for Intuitions ol office pii s such a a file answering telephones vacuum cleaners and cleaning Basic blue jeans now an expression of art By The Associated Press Looking for a somewhat different kind of arlislic expression How about wearable arr The canvas can be as close as Ihe seal of your pants According to some representalives of Ihe denim ihere is a resurgence in Ihe popularity ot decorating basic blue Wouldbe artists are using rhinestones and fealhers and patches of fabric lo creale some of the more im aginative works of fashion sell expression Top fashion designers and artists including Yves St Hermes and Andy recent turned out denim originals that were auclioned off at an AIDS benelit in New York Among the oneof akind creations were elegant evening looks vuth SIM pearls tur suede and leather floral appliques and quilted Mlk linings denim can be seen on urban streets college prime tune television shows and even among the fashionforward sjvs Chnston fine fun jewelry you to Uteslyles Lohjr gave the details ol Uxe Sl pjjgrmageThis thjj wJJ be to NaMflM WWflww Research jp April Ftort atjiendj yil to sm 40KWJ9 10 75 off Want to learn how to Paint No talent required ART CLASSES Day and Nights Only for 5 classes Next Beginner Classes Start Monday Night March 23rd Tuesday Morning March 3ist Childrens Classes age 842 Only for 4 classes Starts Saturday March 21st Fee Supplies Extra Came in and register We have a great selection of unfinished pattern oKs and paints Plus country gifts 2f Discount on Ceramcoat Acrylic paints6ur THE EMPORIUM Sboppiiige a   

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