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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Scrapbook February 1991 New Texas Appreciation and support Comal County Mothers Club held an Aggie Dad Appreciation Banquet Kerry a junior yell leader from Texas was the He talked about traditions at and led the group in yell prac The group gathered for a photograph to be included in cards that are being sent to as many Aggies involved in Desert Storm as New Braunfels Middle School sixth graders also have included letters to the Aggies with messages such as sorry Im a Longhorn fan instead of an Photo by Karla Wenzel Aggie Moms district meeting The Comal County Texas University Mothers Club will host the 24th annual meeting of District Federation of Texas University Mothers Clubs March This years events will be held at Bavarian Village Restaurant and Registration is at 9 with getacquainted hour to along with a short business meeting and enter tainment by Ed and German A German lunch will be served by Aggie Dads cost is Local pres ident is GayLynn and event Chairman is Karon All local Aggie Moms are invited call 6259609 or Photo by Karla Wenzal Eagles Auxiliary donates kitchen money Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary recently donated money chairman of Community Service and Youth Guidance Katie Hospice New Braunfels director and above Hoi raised in the kitchen on Bingo nights to several Above present a check for to Esther shelter director lowell and Glenewinkel present to Les president of the Auxiliary President Lorene and Elsa above Hollowell and Glenewinkel present a check for to Comal County Senior Citizens Photos by Karla Wenzel RURAL ELECTRIC YOUTH TOUR 1990 Youth Tourwinners left to right Dana Kim Brandi Sabrina Bridgette Sharon Dan Kitdel and Dave Ferguson Attention Teenagers Win a Trip to Deadline March 4 Enter the 1991 Youth Tour essay contest imd you could win a 13day trip to June Join hundreds of young people from across the tour historic sites and congressmen and senators meet other winners from 33 states on Rural Electric Youth To you must he between the ages of 1419 and your parents or legal guardians must be members of Its an opportunity youll never forgetRural Electric Youth For entry call Pedernales Electric at Pedernales Electric Johnson Canyon Cedar Dripping Lake Travis and Marble Honoring a friend or loved American Heart one has never boon Association sales clearances ADDITIONAL REDUCTIONS save Starts Tomorrow Fabulous buys on fall and winter fashions for everyone in the family Shop now for the best selection ealls
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