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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope August New Texas Page Club Notes Coma County Genealogy Society Comal County Genealogy Society met at the Lin dhelmer Home on Ethel Canion told tales and gave the genealogy of Ferdinand Jakob col orful botanist and newspaper editor and In while he was teaching In a school in the school was closed after an uprising and he came to the United States in After adventurous wanderings for nine he was given land on the Comal River for helping Prince Carl zu In when he was 45 years he married and built the log Two of his six children died of cholera in His two Warren and settled in their descendants are named Lowden and Florians descendants are the Schulle family of Louis and the Anna married the year after Lin dheimers death 1879 and lived in the Her children left no Lindheimer collected botanical specimens and was the first to classify most of the Texas native Barney Canion gave a tour of the plants in the yard and a tour of the home which includes many of the Lin dheimer Punch from Black Spanish grapes growing in the yard was Literary Society The Literary Society Is studying writers of short In the meeting at the home of Christine Brown focused on Anton Sally having been in Russian on an extended was able to bring interesting tales of A lunch svas In the meeting was held at the home of Mary Louise Lucille Manning reviewed Die life of John Cheever and his On the club will review the life of led by Sarah TSTA leaders Marily Kolacek and Pat Gajewski of New Braunfels Educators were among a group of Texas educators who gathered in Austin for the Texas State Teachers Associa tion Leadership Conference on July Kolacek is president and Gajewski is presidentelect of the local They joined 500 local and state leaders in the They also attended classes on membership appraisal grievance and media The conference included an over view of education issues in Texas regular and special legislative sessions and TSTAs contribution to the policymaking on the state Mission Valley Extension Homemakers Mission Valley Extension Homemakers Club met 4 at in the extension meeting room with 20 members and six guests Ruby 4H club presented the Pam a member of Cedar Creek 4H told of all the projects she is involved in with She in troduced two boys who are members of the Comal County They presented a short skit on taking care of your Corbln another active club demonstrated with a onedayold baby the care which they require to be Hostesses were Arlene Murray and Lillian For nominating the following members are Lou Helen and Elizabeth The next meeting is 1 at 1 in the extension meeting Eagles Auxiliary The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary met tor a business meeting President Adeline Row presided and Carol Dielel was installed into office of secretary by Row and conductor Elsa Ruth Hardaway gave her report as delegate on the state convention and Bernice Ebensberger gave a full report on the convention and thanked all who helped in so many ways and her report as past president was It was announced that that family night was a success with 101 attending and looking for the next one in Oc Members reported on the District III meeting and said two cars were going to Edna and if anyone wants to contact Bernice Ebensberger or Shirley Can didates were balloted on and will be initiated at the 18 Kiwams When Kiwanians met last Thursday at the Hungry they welcomed a visitor from the Seguin Kiwanis Clif who has visited our club We were reminded that 14 is VJ Day and that we will be putting out the American President Gary Mathis phoned that he svas unexpected ly delayed and wouldnt be able to make the so Orville Gammenlhaler presided and also presented the He was telling us of his work with the Allen Hark He said that it began as part of the business or businesses started by Mossier of Houston and and started primarily as auto financing and financing of mobile This led into insuring them and then in about led into It seemed to change as the economy or as the need or safety Good for nothing of the projects After Mosslers the different companies separated and Allen Parker became primarily an insurance company operating in He told of one of their questions about a Did they have two brothers named Canya Pay and Willya Pay Heres a wooden good for Carroll tells Leroy and Lydia Boenig at the Wurstfest grounds before they board a bus to head to the 1987 Folklife Festival in San Photo by Frances SKATE CENTER SEGUIN OPEN FRI NITE 7 30 1030 BIDG MOW AVAR SAT MITES FOR PRIVATE PARTIES ETC i SKA I ING SKATING RENTAL INFO 372 5000 OLD GRUENE MARKET PLACE I I O IIIIKH Antiques Art Plants Crafts 15th in HKluric irucnr I HuunfrU or info I RAUNTEX TWIN 9O San Antonio 625441 the it Stanley Kubricks 1IUNETA JACKET Daily 14 13 Kosciusko Seguin KG Mall Every Night of the Summer we will be at Gonzales Hermann Sons ThurkdayAuguM 13 Robert Keen Friday Augukt 14 812 Hal Michael Ketchum 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