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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas September Scrapbook New Texas Page 9 Debutante introt Soiree silliness Debutantes of the 19871988 MidTexas Sym from Stephanie Maurisa Wendy Doeppenschmidt arid Heather Way are introduced at a luncheon at Schuetzen Verein Wolfgangs Keller by their Come to the Fair is a scene from the Soiree Hostesses were Mollie Barbara party at the home of Sammi and Bill Lee Satur Ann and Barbara day Lower friends are Bill Carol and Sammi Standing from left are Layton Leissner and Not pictured is Nancy Artistic Outreach New Braunfels Schuetzen Shooting hosted annual barbecue and shoot last From left are Bill Laurence procurement officer Gay secretary and Don former president Wimberiey holds king medals won by the late Richard Weidner in and 1929 oonated by Ema Patty assists student Miguel Garza and son Hosea with air brush in artistic illustrations at Saturdays Artistic Outreach sponsored by New Braunfels Art League at the Arts Center Not shown are Satur days other Elaine Felder and Jenny stained glass and Pat ink and DAR distinguished guest Childrens Museum Republican visitor Ruth regent for Captain James Jack chapter of Daughters of the American visits with Texas Historical Commission chairman and author main speaker at Saturdays DAR The event observ ed the 200th anniversary of the Constitution of the United States at the high school Peter chairman of the board of directors of the New Braunfels Childrens accepts a donation from Wurstfest Association president Clifton The museum is presenting an exhibit 14 in Courtyard Shopping Center Do It My Way Living with Special which focuses on disabilities and special needs of children and Volunteers are still needed to lend a call Susan Gudgell at 6200939 or Jean State Edmund Kuempel and Ann Kuehler visit at Mondays luncheon meeting at the Kuempel spoke on legislative matters at the meeting of New Braunfels Republican Photos by Frances Bridges Club photo policies outlined Organizations are invited to submit news for the Club Notes which are published each Thursday in the The informa tion should be submitted as soon after the meeting as To arrange for a photograph of club call Lifestyles Editor Dana Overstreet at Club representatives may also submit short items to an nounce meetings which will be published in the Activities which runs each Wednesday and
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