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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment January 1991 New Texas Page 5 Activities Comul Garden Club will meet 10 at in the home of Ann 566 Kcrlick The prog is by Shirlcc Bour Texas Certified Nursery Comal County Genealogy Society will mod 8 at 7 in the meet ing room of the Diltlingcr Memorial April Goldsmith will speak on the new plans for Downtown New All visitors arc New Braunfels Hermann Sons Lodge 21 will meet 6 at 3 at the lodge Meat will be furnished and members arc asked to bring a covered American Legion Comal Post 179 will meet 3 at 4120 The executive committee meets at 7 and the regular meeting begins at 8 Unit 179 Auxiliary meets at New Braunfels Newcomers Club will celebrate the new year with a cov ered dish Mexican dinner 15 at at the Senior Citizens Cen 142 Following there will be a short business meeting and All members are urged to attend and bring a There will be no other meetings or activities until the regular business and program meeting The Comal Springs Col onial Dames XVII will meet 8 at at Victoria Bank and Trust on North Walnut Delegates will be elected to the 53rd Texas Annual March in The chapter now has 21 members and plans for charter ing will be Great Books will meet at 2 3 at the Dittlinger Memorial Library to discuss In a Post Culture by George DearAbby Aerie and Auxiliary officers of the Fraternal Order of Eagles will have a joint meeting 7 at 6 Captain James Jack Chapter of National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution will meet 7 at in Victoria Bank and Snydcr 1000 The program will be a business meet ing for members Hostesses will be Shirley Bryant and Martha There will be no meeting of the Comal County Genealogy Society on the first Tuesday of the New Year New Years The society will 8 at 7 at the Dittlinger Memorial Library on Magazine All meetings arc open to the public and guests are Cub Scout Pack Canyon is off to a great start this year with 35 boys and their parents partici pating in the On boys will race in the Pinewood Derby boys will race in cars they make Annual Blue and Gold Ban quet for Scouts and their The Cub Scout program is for boys in grades 1 through Boy Scouts is for grades 6 and Anyone interested in joining may call Jim Clifton at 9354409 or Peggy Dubuque at For information about Boy Scouts or Cub call Bill Phillips at National Association of Retired Federal Chapter invites federal federal spouses and federal workers with 5 years of vested services to join For call Overeaters Anonymous meets Monday and Thursday at 7 at McKenna Memorial For more call 6252127 or The minds eye New Years Absolutions gaining popularity By FAITH Charter Real Outreach Most people choose this time of year to make promises to themselves in the form of New Years Resolu Whether it be to lose stop go to or spend more time with most resolu tions seem to center on what we need to correct in our This can often be a setup for in that most resolutions are broken within the first two weeks while positive change is what if this year you were to come at it from a different angle Instead of deciding what you have to how about giving yourself per mission to do a little worse For most of us lead hectic filled from sunrise to sunset with commitment and a New Years Resolution can often seem like the straw that broke the camels Perhaps this is why we break our because there simply isnt enough energy left at the bottom of our cups for self New Years Absolutions are an What would you be willing to stop doing in 1991 that is supposed to be good for you Let us assume for that you arc one of the mil lions of working women who care for a children and a marriage Is it any wonder that you cant find 45 minutes to go to the gym and lose that extra 20 pounds A New Years Absolution would work like this In I will no longer make homemade cookies for Cub I will guiltlessly buy the most outrageously awful boxed cookies I can Arc you beginning to sec the logic Let me give another Perhaps you arc one of those responsible fathers who took up coaching soccer so you and your son could share quality even though you both seem to hate and it means that every Saturday between now and your retirement will be spent on that dusty field with angry parents yelling at your Perhaps your Absolution could be I will no longer volunteer to coach I will fully sup port my son or daughter in dropping in we will only have quality time together by talking or going for an ice cream cone In planning your New Years it is essential that you look for those activities that you cram into an already busy that arc not gratifying or fulfilling to your or your but are supposed to be good or They often include the things we feel we should do to be successful work It may be something such as giving up waxing your car and deciding to let the Glee Club do it for or something more such as In will no longer feel guil ty about not losing 10 I give myself permission to keep my extra 10 pounds for one more I would assert that this permission to give up perfectionism could serve to lift the weight that may other wise hold you back from doing things that could really make a Who what might happen if you have quality time with your kid off the soccer field You might accidentally get to know each DEAR ABBY I recently saw a letter in your column signed Lone some my longtime companion and I take ex ception to the term caretaker when its used to identify one who looks after the daily needs of The term caregiver seems kinder and much more loving and I have a terminal and my longtime companion has now become my very loving He does not take he After what do caretakers ac tually do Trim your shrubs Paint your house Fix your faucet They maintain objects or or look after Regardless of how the dictionary defines I would like to see the word caregiver used when re ferring to one who lovingly cares for you can do a great deal toward making people aware of the difference and set a precedent for GARY IN CACTUSLAND DEAR GARY Thank you for pointing out the important dif ference between caregiving and I learned something DEAR ABBY I was told that you had a letter in your column about a dog that served as the ring bearer at a formal church I cant believe a clergyman would allow a dog to take part in a marriage cere Say it isnt DOUBTING THOMAS DEAR THOMAS It is indeed Caretakers Are for Trees Caregivers Are for People When I received that had my so I called the bride in who confirmed that her fe male had served as the ring bearer at her She said the rings had been placed in a beautifully decorated The dog held the handle of the basket in her teeth and was trained to trot down the aisle on Now isnt that a pip Or a pup DEAR ABBY I know this ques tion has been the subject for debate for a long but Im interested in knowing how you would answer When a child goes which factor do you think is more respon sible heredity or environment CURIOUS IN DEAR CURIOUS Id say its But one thing is The parents will be blamed for Elsiea Tours 6O5 Gloria Drive TA 781 512 3794257 19 All Travelers Luncheon Scguin Legion Hall 101 1991 Tours Call for reserva tion 11 14 Special Las Vegas 6 sea ts 1 eft 23 Laredo Fun La Posada Hotel 1720 Beautiful Spring Natchez Lots of 4 WiUflower Tour 2125 Big Bend Area Fort Del Rio May 1018 New Tulip Time Dutch Amish Lots more Also Great train cruise Special Hawaii July 2331 Happy New See you in 1991 Gay Forties Gay Forties Club held its Christmas party at the Civic Center last In the top photo are hosts and hostes seated from Bill Bill Bob Ed Nolte and Merrill Schumann and standing from Joyce Chairman Bonnie Gae Nancy Jack Cheryl Iris Toby Robert and Dorothy At Mariolivie and Marie Jarsich hold the iridescent cellophane angels given as Photos by Marie Offerman hieart Fight it with a i the American Heart THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION MEMORIAL American Heart Association This space provided as a public BABIES PARADE Sponsored by the CSHOST PAfWCK Of Ml WHOOH SWATO KEVIN COSTMER 1Kb THUR 71Q THUR Who Does He Think Ht Is I I BONFIRE OFTHK VANITIES PAUIHOGAN MOR IttiUlTIMAYEHuNUH S Schwarzenegger is MOR THUR Trip M9 13 Remember the special times of this first year By including your babys and any child special to you that was born in 1990 A panel of unbiased judges will pick the most attractive picture to be printed on the cover of the one boy girl runnerup will appear in the Tro phies will be awarded to the Grand Prize Winner each Babies need not have been born in this Bring your favorite childs photo to the Herald Zeitung 707 Landa Monday thru Friday between and or mail coupon below with photo and to the Drawer New Texas DEADLINE TO SUBMIT PHOTOS and information is January You may pick up your babys picture anytime during office hours after February At this time you will receive one FREE copy of Babies on Addi tional cooies will be available at a cost of This years edition will appear in the HeraldZeitung on February If 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