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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Kaleidoscope By BOB SAWYER ten can buHd projects with plastic pipe If your kids Ilko Tinker they are going to love building things from PVC plastic I speak as a formerly addicted Tlnkercr who once built so massive ami complex and structure in front of the door to my room that it look my parents several hours to get PVC pipe Is terrific building It requires few tools and fewer Any child old enough to use a hacksaw can build things from it with a little Help and The nexl lime you hear that familiar whine theres nothing to step in with an ex ciling For exlra Ihe stcpbyslep plans of fered include materials PVC techniques and II lustralocl They arc included in Ihe PVC II containing plans for the book bar and pipe are put together to make a bunk bed Club Notes National Guild Piano students of Julie Mlchiepar ticipated in the National Guild of Piano Teachers audilions June 2 at University of Texas at San Receivingcertificates and pins for their performances were Ann Bed daughter of and Don district certificate Angle daughter of and Mike district certificate and Austin son of and Don national Charles High of Houston was the ad Kiwanis During the meeting two weeks ago of Kiwanis Ralph Reed reported on the flag projecl for Memorial He asked directors for approval of purchasing 50 more flags and to stage a campaign for more customers in September and The next interclub visit willbe June 18 to Alamo Club of San An Gary Mathis gave the program on last willand He said that a persons property will be distributed according to state laws of descent and distribution if that per son dies without a He also discussed the pitfalls of a handwrit ten community property versus separate the necessity of proper probate versus non and proper financial plann ing for retirement and Oil Preutlcnburg of Seguin was a guest at the meeting last Following meal at Hungry Hobo the club loured Hadlock and one of four manufacturers in the United Stales of saddle Eagles Auxiliary Fraternal Order of Eagles Aux iliary met June 2 with Adeline Row She announced committee They arc Nell Elsie Kneup Clara cleli quenl Shirley membership rtetty auditor Hannah publicity Virginia reporter Ruby Vera Adelhekl sunshine Elsie Alma Elaine interviewing Theska Theora sick and visiting Elsie Nell Florie Hannah Evelyn grievance Elsa Florie Shirley finance Nell Elvira memorial Jannean Kenem photographer Nancy ways and means Olivia registration Irrria social Elsa quill Jannean Kenem mer Lotiella re enrollment Nancy net gain Shirley Ruth Har Rona decoration and Louise cards and The president will announce more appointments The state convention will be in New Braunfels June 17 through Members are urged to The chapter was draped in the memory of Gertrude The next meeting will be June 16 at Officers will meet at 7 Mission Valley Mission Valley Extension Homemakers Clubmet June 2 in the Extension Office meeting room with 18 Arlene Murray was in charge of the program on She presented a brief look at The next meeting will be the clubs annual July family picnic July 7 at at Margie Hitzfelders Her home is at 2505 FM Each member is asked to bring a covered dish and a lawn Everything else will be The next regular meeting will be 4 at i 45 in Ihe Extension Office meeting The program Class of 1935 New Braunfels High School Class of 1935 had its sixth reunion on June Twentyone of the 49 class members Activities includ ed a tour of the Education Ihe former high school on Mill and dinner al Schwamkrugs Presenling Ihe program were Elinor James Smith and Leonard Meyer although not a class he had attended some of the same An award was presented to Agnes Stratemann for remembering class members with birthday and Christmas cards for Ihe past 52 Class president Edward Pen shorn was also presented a Bcrnice Ebensberger and Pearl presented the memorial service in memory of the 10 members who have Guests included Mildred class sister Lucille whose hus band John was a class member and Ray whose wife Beatrice was a class Another reunion is planned in June Outoftown class members came from Port San An San Houston and Eastern Star New Braunfels Chapter Order of the Eastern Star had its 62nd in stallation of officers at the Masonic Temple June Installing officers were Opal officer Betty assistanl officer Brenda chaplain Glenda marshal Mildred secretary and Alice Lee New officers are Antonette worthy matron James Ellis worthy patron Vivian associale malron John associate patron Louise secretary Anna treasurer Terri conductress Loraine associate con ductress Opal chaplain Olivia marshal Janice organist Marge Adah Karen Ruth Karen Esther Mary Louise Martha Lee Electa Clifton warder and Joe Leclbet CONTINENTAL ANTIQUES HOW NEW TX JUNE 121314 civic CENTER 3W SWjull 50 oil admission with this ad GOOD ALL3PAYS trash bag plant qufekandeasy lounge and pack No 4402 atld send Mail to Makln Things with Box Blxbyi Like the old Tinker PVC joints are made by Inser ting the pipes into proformed Secure per manently with PVC or use Do a dry assembly before securing any to make sure of the Remember that cemented joints will not come so a large project should be built In the room it will The bunks require 100 feet of eight 90 degree 44 eight doubleTs and eight end You will also need two sheets of lnch plywood for the mattress They are attached to the frame with The bed frame consists of four ladderlike sections which are joined by long connecting bars In the final Each ladder section has two vertical legs join ed by horizontal Three of Ihe ladders have four and the one that serves as the actual climbing ladder has two additional Elbow joints at the tops of the ladders provide connec tions for the lop Tjoinls spliced into the legs provide connections for the lower horizontals and for the long connecting bars that join the To assemble a ladder connect the pieces for each vertical leg then insert the horizontals Into one leg and fit the other leg onto the free The lower ends of the ladders arc closed off with end For added you can pour sand into the legs after the caps are glued YOU DONT HAVE TO BUY AN AIR CONDITIONER FROM US TO GET FREE You could wait for i stormy night and take your chances like Ben Or you could have a deluxe Payne air conditioner or heal pump installed between now and August When you well pay you back for your highest monthly electric billof the season after This shockingly generous offer is good only at participating Payne Air Management Engineered to save you 11 jwi put a S15Q Rebate in vour wallet Temp Control Box 1513 Seguin 3796853 Need Some Relief For That Back Pain Ever Been To A Chiropractor CaU The Relief Team S fon nec c flon or of its time you got some relief Professional resultsoriented with no owMVppcfcet We accept what your qualifying groyg ay to or worte payment in fuJ Richardson CMropractic Clinic Soyjn Walnut Walnut Square 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