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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Kaleidoscope Ftbngy 1991 New Texas Club notes Debutante Gina at is escorted through the New Braunfels High School ROTC Honor Guard by her Lynn Kirsten Emily Foerster exe cutes the traditional Texas Bow on stage at the annual MidTexas Symphony Debutante Ball while her escort Warren and father Gary Foerster look Debutantes presented at annual ball Twentytwo senior girls from New and Smith son Valley high schools made their debut during the MidTexas Sym phonys Carousel Waltz Ball held at the Civic Center Each debutante was formally pre sentcd center Flaked by bright ly painted antique carousel each girl executed the traditional Tex Bow to the delight of proud symphony and The girls later waltzed first their fathers and then with their to the music of the Theme from Doctor Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Out The New Eaunfels High School Marine Corps ROTC Hon or Guard also participated in the Responsible for this years Sym phony debutantes activities are com mittee members Melaney Chairman Susan cochairman secretary Carol wardrobe Patricia social Sharon special events coordinator and Stephanie publicity 1 The debutantes for the 199091 Debutante Tara Lyn Debner asked family friend Larry Herring to be her escort because her Cody is hospital administrator with the 32nd Medical Evacuation Group serving Operation Desert Debutante Justine Niccole For shage walks with father Frank Forshage at the symphony season are Melissa Dawn daughter of and William escorted by Dennis Erhardt Lehmann son of and Dennis Leh mann and and Vincent John Gina Lynn daughter of and Lynn escorted by Wil liam Michael son of and Jesse Hearn Tara Lyn daughter of and Cody Debner escorted by Neil Aaron Campbell Kimberly daughter of and Marshall Durham escorted by Trace Dur son of and Marshall Durham Kirsten Emily daughter of and Gary Foer escorted by Warren son of and Jerry Ferguson Justine Niccole daughter of and Frank escorted by Lance Wade son of and Roy Massey Lisa Ann daughter of and William escorted by Gregory Glenn son of and Jerry Chandler Yvonne Marie daughter of and Marvin escorted by William Isham son of and Travis Hamilton Katherine Kennis daughter of and Joe escorted by Matthew son of and Charles Walters Yvette Eden daughter of and Gaston escorted by Sion son of and John Skroder Sally Elizabeth daughter of and Paul Nor escorted by Daniel son of and Kurt Blecher Marcy Lee daughter of and Wesley escorted by Aus tin son of and Paul Montanio Melissa Renee daughter of and Marvin escorted by Mark son of and Kenneth Dcels Ann Michelle daughter of and Gary escorted by Matth ew Wayne son of and Dick Candice Leigh daughter of and Robert Lynn escorted by Matt son of Slocum Allison daughter of and Michael escorted by Brian Edward Sciantarelli Amy Jo daughter of and Stephen escorted by Clint son of and Arnold Barrett Aimee Audrey daughter of and Scott Wat daughter of and Scott escorted by Jason Russell son of and Russell Boss Christine Marie daughter of and Larry Wen zel escorted by Ralph Ben Miller son of and Ralph Ben Miller II Tara Lynne daughter of and Gary escorted by Keegan Koy son of and Ken Armke Robyn Kay daughter of and Ronnie escorted by Jus tin Jay son of Elroy Jonas and Joy Jonas Elizabeth Lillian daughter of and Wil liam Young escorted by Matth ew Carroll son of Tom Forrester and Mary Lillian Additional escorts for the evening were Chad Jason Knibbe and Kristo pher Kennis The young their and families will long remember the even ings balls as the climax of wonderful debutante Dear Abby Sons Memories of Mother Are Not Clouded With Guilt DEAR ABBY Quite some time you published a letter from someone who had lost his mother or father and had failed to communi cate his love to Then it was too I want you to know that I bene fited from that letter and your re I lost my She was only 69 and died of a heart She was such a Thanks to my sadness was not due to because for the last 10 or 12 years of her life I telephoned her wrote letters from time to ttfme and remembered her on special I also visited her every three months although it was a 13 hour On those occasions we had so many laughs and such a good While I feel that I would have tried to be a good your column reminded me that we are on this Earth such a short and after someone its too late to love Thank j If you want to use this may use my THOMAS ATLANTA DEAR MENEAR The let ter that made a difference in your1 life is one that has been clipped and carried in more wallets than any And here it is DEAR ABBY I am the most bro kenhearted person in the I could always find the time to go everywhere but never time to visit Mom and They sat at home and loved me just the Its too late now to give them those few hours of happiness I was too selfish and busy to Now when I go to their graves and see the green grass above I wonder if God will ever forgive me for the heartaches I must have caused them while they were I pray to God that those who still have their parents to do and show their love and respect while there is still for its later than you TOO LATE DEAR ABBY I just learned that the son of some good friends of ours committed They live in a distant but we have had a long BARGAIN MATINEtS TO 5 30 DAILY time close We want to write them a letter of but are not sure whether we should mention the cause of their sons death or Please advise LONGTIME FRIENDS DEAR FRIENDS To quote from my How to Write Letters for All It isnt necessary to mention the cause of Many people ignore a death by suicide because they dont know what to Express your sorrow just as if the person had died of natural WALNUT 6 6296400 Discmint liu 00 I hi rpl Nolril WITHOUT TMI VMtftlrt nroi WEEKDAYS Kevin COSTNCR WEEKDAYS WEEKDAYS WEEKDAYS 9aS WEEKDAYS 520 NOTHING BUT TROUBLE SUM WEEKDAYS r Times good thru 22191 Retired Eagles The Retired Eagles Activities Club met 8 at Eagles Hall with 63 Etta Hanz and Hannah Rowald are on the sick committee let them know of any members who are sick or in the The members played cards and bunco after the and had a guessing game of candy in a which was won by Raymond The next meeting is March 17 from 2 to 6 and members are to bring Those with March birthdays or anniversaries are to bring cake or Laureate Upsllon The Laureate Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met 11 at the home of Gcnevieve It was announced the sorority sponsor Jennifer Evans for Young Woman of the There will be a cilywide Rush Tea March 17 at Southbank from 2 to 4 The sorority decided to give to the Senior Citizens Gcnevieve Tart gave the program on What kinds of personality gifts are there The door prize was won by Lcnore Texas lota Master Texas Iota Master met in the home of Marie Jarisch for its February Lottie Miller and Evelyn Schluctcr were Texas Iota along with Laureate will sponsor Jennifer Evans in the Young Woman of the Year Members voted to make a donation to the Senior Citizens Center and were reminded of the Rush Party sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi City Chapter Valentine Sweetheart Jane Reinarz was presented a box of Marie Jarisch gave the The Magic of Newcomers Bridge The winners of the Newcomers Clubs Ladies Bridge Marathon for February are first Lillian Dimick and Jeannine Johnson sec Betty Kearns and Betty Painter Geneva Detty and Shirley Results for the Mens Bridge for February Fred Wagner sec Barry Brooks Roland Boenig Bill Klink and Mission Valley Homemakers Mission Valley Home makers had a covereddish luncheon 6 at the extension meeting room to celebrate their 50th They honored the charter members and the first Loreeh Rus sell She organized the club on with eight members She gave demonstrations in thehome on frame garden wool Their slogan was Eat it wear it make it or do The club has grown to 36 Wilma Hcisc was in charge of the Members brought articles they had made over the years like cro cheting with string from feed smocked hammered The Rola brought all the old yearbooks so members enjoyed Preceptor Rho The Valentine meeting of Preceptor Rho 11 at the home of Linda The discussion topics were the Valentine dance on 9 and the upcoming spring rush on March 17 from 2 to 4 at South Each members was requested to bring someone as a possible The Team II and in party will be held 22 at the STAGE theater in Patrice Clayton gave the program on art and Nadya Lehmann thanked everyone for the silver heart pin and earring given to her in honor of her being cho sen Valentine Members attired in Valentine colors enchanged Beta Buddy gifts and enjoyed heart shaped sandwiches and VFW Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veter ans of Foreign Wars Post 7110 met for their regular meeting 13 fol lowing a Safety Program on drug UPHOLSTERY CLEANING TERRYS CLEANING SERVICES 6291322 Serving fie WCoimfy Knt Sltitt 1972 Schvjorzenegger is WOK WHOS HIKING TOO Robert ipoke on the DARE program he teaches to area fifth Safe City Commission Director Mike Grist also ROTC Marine Cadet Chris Krueger and Sumner spoke on the ROTC program at Fifth District Auxiliary President Martha Ellis was escorted in by the Color Legislative Chairman Lora Bradley asked all to write their Congressman for more fairness on the Disabled Veterans Ameri canism Chairman Janice Quent gave a report on the March 2 Auxiliary voted to have participant ribbons for all students participating in the Sup port the Troops poster contest for kindergarten through fifth Monetary gifts were given to the Girl Humane Opera tion and Disaster The Auxiliary was reminded to have teddy bears ready for judging at the April District 5 meeting in The Salad Supper is March SKATf U r F m rji i i SAT A FAH V American Legion Hall Seguin Guests Are Welcome 23 Tommie Vaneh For Reservations Call 3798878 i x February 22 Candee Gordon Land February 23 Damara Smith Coming Soon March 23 Aaron Tippin FajHn By or by ttw NOW OPEN SUNDAY 281 approximately 5 miles north of 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