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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Kaleidoscope New texas thufsdayr August Producers invited to Angora goat field day ByMfkEBARBOUR County Extension Agent Mohair is natural fiber of excep tional it produces a lux urious fabric that is strong and yet with a unique natural It is also a fiber of high Good kid hair prices have been up to the per pound Prices for the Angora goats from which mohair is produced have also been very strong The Comal County Extension Ser vice is conducting a field day on Angora Goats to help producers take advantage of the current market On the field day begins at 9 at Calvin Krafts This is the old Duery Fisher ranch and its on FM miles west of US toward A sign will mark the rock We will grade fleeces on the then chute cut a group of goats prior to The best parasite con trols will be discussed in Then we will look at marketing and at tempt to foresee what will be happen ing to mohair supplies and rices in the near For more call the ex tension office at District fashion show sew up several awards At the recent District 4H Fashion Show in each of the Comal County participants placed in their In the prejunior Kim Nixon placed second in the sleepwear and specialty wear category Lisa casual sportswear April active sportswear Koryn in daytime non tailored and Sharon dressy Junior Club Notes ticipants included Michelle Duncan placing fourth in the sleepwear and specialty wear category Rita casual sport swear Mystee daytime nontailored and Cody daytime In the senior age Karla Friesenhahn placed fourth in active sports and specialty wear and Elizabeth Tschatschula placed third in non tailored Douglas owner ot Duckys f Shirt discusses the Dancin in the Dark and his With him from left are organizers DeDe Dawn Jerome Brimmage and Rene Several students have planned the community a partradio rock dance on The group expects to secure the fairgrounds for the Photo by Frances Dance in dark with new music From 8 to midnight on New Braunfels teenagers will have the opportunity to rock to one of New Braunfels fittest Kenny and the and enlighten themselves about a new style of rock just as fun as radio At this teenagers will be in troduced to Christian such as music by Amy The dance has been organized by a group of local teens and a few churches in New These community members are In terested in todays young people and wished to host a chemicaltree dance to entertain Individuals or businesses who wish to contribute to the fun may send a check to New Braunfels National Banks Dancin1 in the Dark ac The goal Is For more call DeDe Beath at 6293016 or 5252721 or Dawn Cook at HAVEA BIG TIME IN TEXAS Minor family reunion The Minor family held its reunion this year with more than one hundred in attendance at New Braunfels at a park on the Guadalupe River call ACS This was the 20th year to gather for fun and The menu was planned and prepared by president and vice presi dent Robert and Darlene Minor of New With help from his brotherinlaw Smith of Boerne and all of Bobs After the judging of the winners in the dessert the family had all kinds of brownies and cookies to top off this delicious Winner of the first place dessert was Belinda hall of San Antonio and Marilyn Jones of San Antonio took se cond Games of and boat rides were enjoyed by Horseshoe champs this year were Ray Wilson of San Antonio and his partner James Adcox of Seems as no one could beat Maybe next Aunt Katherne Minor La Vernia was the senior member and James Cooley of New Braunfels was the youngest to For the first time in many the family was able to be with family members from Ohio Gene and DeDe who traveled the James Adcox also flew down from to be with the Michael Wolfshohl was at home from Germany to attend the funeral of his grandmother Gertrude Minor in New She never missed a Next years reunion will be held June 18 at the same New of ficers elected for 1988 reunion are Bill and Marilyn Strickland of Schertz as president and vice presi dent and Nell Mayfield as Eden Association The Eden Association held its third quarterly board of directors meeting in the Frienship Room of Eden Home on July Gene vice presi SKATE CENTER SEGUIN OPEN FBI NITE 30 1030 BL DU NOW AVAIl bAT NITtS HHIVAIt HAH I It b t I L IbKAl INU JNON RENTAL INFO 3725000 EL FIESTA 8 1 91 MAJIC Presale or before 9 14 81 MSTALIS CONCERTl 15 1 91 RQBfRTOPUUPQ FREE LPs to first 200 Presale or before 9 presided in the absence of president Elmer Kenneth Triesch gave the Various committee reports were The treasury report continues to show growth with the fund balance at June HO being In view of the capital fund drive of Eden no membership drive was under taken by the association in the membership continues to remain there being a total of 52i at the end of Of that 126 are life Debbie recently employed as director of develop was introduced to the She will be engaged in meeting with church and other groups and in dividuals concerning fund develop ment and planned Plans for the annual meeting to be held 28 were discussed and a nominating committee appointed to name a slate to fill three directors vacancies at the end of this year in Proxy cards will bemailed to members to record their vote or nominate a person of their Kiwanis At the July HO Kiwanians welcomed Danny who gave the program on preneed or pre arrangement of funeral He spoke of the sale of such policies by insurance salesmen and advised not be be in a but to study the plan and to check with the funeral home that would be honoring the policy so that there would be no misunderstanding 20 or io years There are so many types of caskets and different cemeteries might have different requirements as to concrete The cost of the the out side the cemetery opening and closing of the grave are usually not Zoeller stressed that any burial in structions be some place other than in your will for they would probably not be looked at until the will was read or probated and also that safety deposit boxes are not accessible on Sundays or He stressed that you discuss this with your children for if you wished to be cremated there could be one or more sons or daughters who would strenuously ob And remember that it is the children who will be signing those not Daniel ONeill submitted his resignation as of July U He joined the club on July and com pleted one year of perfect attendance on July Canyon Lake Extension Homemakers Eleven members ol the Canyon Lake Extension Homemakers Club and six guests motored to Fredericksburg fur the July annual social A lunch was served as the Peachtree Tea Room followed by a tour of historic homes that are now bedandbreakfast accommodations Some of the homes visited were the Hoerster San Antonio Street Gastehaus Schmidt and the Chemist Loft Guest Apartments with their herb trip would IKcomplete without browsing through the shops and members watched the candle making process Lucille Marburger arranged for the which was en joyed by The next meeting will be at 18 at the Fischer Store School Community The pro gram will be on HI and given by one ot the clubs For call Sue membership chair man Eagles Auxiliary Fraternal Order of Kaglcs Aux iliary met for a social meeting July 21 Two candidates were initiated in to the auxiliary Helen Grandslaff and Janice Quent They were in itiated in honor of charter members Be mice Linda Mela Olivia Huby Clara Doep Florie Ruth VYH and Elks Lodge 1331 Eorly Bird Lane in the new edition August 8th Public Invited Leroy Grohman For reservations call 3795015 Dally Dally All Son On 12 00 Afternoon Bargain Price August 7th to Nashville Sounds August 8th to Clifton Jansky We Mixed Get it off your chest in the Opinions Page in the HwraldZritung Thursday August 6 Christine Albert ft Chimp Hood Friday August 7 812 DavldHalley Clay Blaker The Texas Honky Tonk Bind Sunday August 9 59 Butch Hancock Tuesday Auguii 11 Robert Keen Wednesday August DavldHalley 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