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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope B April New texas Club Notes Akira Endo will be guest conductor Symphony to perform The final concert of the 198687 Mid Texas Symphony season has been moved to the Civic Center The con cert was scheduled at New Braunfels High School Standard Casualty Co of New Braunfels is sponsoring the sixth con cert o the season May 3 at p m Akira Endo who appeared in the symphonys first series concert in September will be guest conductor Guest soloists will be eight members of the MidTexas Sym phony board of directors in Klne Kleine Kitchen Musik by Ctilts The program includes familiar pieces such as Von Suppes Light Club photo policies Organizations are invited to submit news for the Club Notes which are published each Thursday in the Herald The in formation should be sub mitted as soon after the meeting as possible To arrange for a photograph of club ac call Lifestyles Editor Wanda Lasater at 625 Club representatives may also submit short items to announce meetings which will be published in the Activities which runs each Wednes day and Sunday HOil COOKTOP Model JF676 Intel changeable pluy m modules 8 and 6 suitjte units gull module and nun stick griddle module down diall vent sysltfin to clean giease collei lion Cavalry Tchaikovskys March Slav and Offenbachs Galte Parislenne with its Can Can Dance Tickets are on sale at Krause Rogers Music Co and Music Haul On Uie day of the concert after tickets will be available at the Civic Center Eagles Auxiliary The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary met for a social April Adeline Row Officers were They are Adeline Evelyn president Elsa conductor Elaine Simon and Janet vice presi dent Orillian chaplain Carol secretary MelanleMlt treasurer Lola out side guard Sue outside guard Elizabeth Maxlne Elsie Kneupper and Virginia trustee and Melanle Mitten Melitta Virginia Thiele and Tonle auxiliary Elections will be by written ballot on May 5 from 6 to The charter was draped for three Homemakers Council Comal County Extension Homemakers Council met April 14 at the extension meeting Bar bara Tlmmermann The 4H Scholarship Committee has selected Kristee Wunderlich as recipient of the scholarship from the seven Extension Homemaker She is a member of Gruene Kuntry 4H Club TEHA county chairman Mary Poe reported on the district meeting April 14 in There were 230 members including 28 from Comal The nominating comittee presented the slate of officers for 1988 They are Barbara Timmer chairman Helen vice chairman Mary secretary and Hazel A meeting is set for April 30 for pro spective The meeting will begin at 7 in Seele Elementary School Clubs are open to all interested homemakers regardless of religion or national Jenny Lee WSmberley and Lois Hagar won recreation New Braunfels Garden Forty members and guest of New Braunfels Garden Club traveled to Independence and Chappell Hill on April Melani Bayless of Washington County Chamber of Commerce led the tour of Breham which included two private homes and the Glddings Wilkln owned by the Heritage After lunch at the Bluebonnet Hills the group toured the Bluebonnet the Monastery of Clare Miniature Horse Ranch and the Anti que Rose The tour ended at Blue Bell Marie Offerman made ar rangements for the tour through the wildflower and Lost Pines Literary Study New Braunfels Literary Study Club met in the home of Mary Mary Louise Koch presented the pro gram on poets and Her library contains more than She developed an early love of poetry while living on a dairy This led to a 50year career teaching She discussed such poets as Robert Edwin Ogden Willa Lahgston John Phyllis Samuel Gwen Froshli and Whitney Mon KiwanisClub Visitors Jeff Harmon and Billey Wiley were guests at the April 23 meeting of the Kiwanis Club at Hungry Hobo Wiley presented the program on humor and said A merry heart doeth After telling several Wiley said jokes or humor can be divided into several classifica tions nonsensical and pursuit of He closed with a joke about no respect for with reference to a mixup on Granville Bolton said he had to call off the planned interclub visit to Car rizo Springs and Uvalde because no other members would brave the ear ly morning Parents of Twins Members of New Braunfels Area Parents of Twins attended the meeting of Texas Mothers of Multiples in Corpus Christl April 9 through The local group won second place for its display of childrens pictures arranged in a seashore Local members attending the meeting Chris Micaela Carol Diane John and Carol Polly Darlene Connie Neuse and Janet DAVID MAY covers City Hall and Comal County daily in the HvraldZritung Gail Rhine wishes to thank all her tnany friends that expressed concern love during her recent The kindness of and cards were greatly Thank you also to Bell and the staff at McKenna Memorial Hospital Maggies Garden for Children Licensed Kindergarten Daycare Register now for Summer Fall classes Large supervised 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