New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 14, 1991, Page 7

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March 14, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope Page 7 Thursday, March 14, 1991Herald-Zftoing, New Braunfels, Texas Club notes Scamblin’ for calves As sponsor of the 1991 Calf Scramble Event at the 42nd Annual San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, H-E-B is helping the youth of Texas grow and prosper in their agricultural endeavors. Above, Dustin Riedel was a winner in this event. Congratulating him are, from left, Joe Ernst, Calf Scramble Committee chairman; Renee Wheat, Don McCall and Joe Schreiber, committee members. H rn i I ‘ f a I M 'mr* A aL rn sa Justin Seidel of New Braunfels, third from left, was a winner in the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Calf Scramble. With him are, from left, Scramble Committee Chairman Joe Ernst, David Crumrine, John Padula, and Winford White, scramble committee members. Keith Wiley of Canyon Lake, #1, and John Merritt of San Antonio, #10, were winners in the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Calf Scramble. With them, from left, are scramble committee member Jim Dockery, Charlie Saff of H-E-B, and committee members John Campbell and Virginia McCall. Newcomers The winners of the Newcomers Club's Ladies Bridge Marathon for March are: first place, Lillian Dimick and Jeannine Johnson; second. Royal Case and Vicki Westbrook; third, Beverly Rapier and Irene Stiles. Results from Men's Bridge for March are: first, Barry Brooks; second, John Reisbig; third. Bob Miller, fourth. Pat Ramsey; fifth. Jim Kilkenny. Lands Garden Club The regular monthly meeting of the Landa Garden Club was held March 6, at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mickey Matthews, assisted by Dorothy .Campbell and Kathleen Moeller. Coffee was served, followed by a program titled “Creative floral designs," presented by Nellie Cowan and Charlotte Lyon. The discussion included floral arrangements and accessories, proper containers, and flower show standards and procedures. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Lila Schoenfeld, president. Two new members were introduced: Sally Voges and Julia Domsch. Also in attendance was one guest, Donna Jordan. The next meeting is April IO, when the club will travel to the National Wildlife Research Center in Austin. Information about the Landa Garden Club can be obtained from Cathy Zimmerman at 620-6906. Kiwanis At the March 7 meeting, there was an Inter-Club visit from Olmos Club of San Antonio by Red Halloran, Chuck Wright, Pinky Dill and Lt. Gov. John Powell, who gave the program. Other visitors were Ken Jahncke, Albert E. Hennig, Darran Scnneke, and Dcana Eberhard. J.W. “Bill” Bell gave an update on the March 16 golf tournament, showing the Kiwanis Tournament caps for members and contestants. Ll. Gov. John Powell of Division gave a slide presentation emphasizing “Young Children, Priority One” theme. He showed slides picturing possible stress situations among children, and slides stressing five things to do: first, learn about sita-tions; second, develop a club service project; third, division project; fourth, evaluate the club project; and fifth, report on the project each month to the lieutenant governor. He reminded of the Division Council meeting on March 25. Businesswomen Members from the New Braunfels Business and Professional Women’s Club attended the Texas Federation District Six Spring Roundup March 9 at the Howard Johnson Plaza South in Austin. The event was hosted by the Austin BPW with State President Loretta King attending. Dr. Donnie Wilson, District 6 director, was the recipient of the Indi- New books New Braunfels Republican Women recently donated Millie's Book and An American Life, Ronald Reagan’s biography, to the Dlttlinger Memorial Library in honor of President’s Day. With Library Director Vicki Hocker, at right, is local Republican Women President Linden Anderson. vidual Development and Women of the Year Award. Receiving the Young Careerist Award was Melinda Leggins. Local members attending were Delores Smith, Nancy Peevyhouse, Sarah Thompson, Virginia Rauch, Brenda Sullivan, and Maria Horecka. American Legion Auxillary The Ladies Auxiliary to the American Legion Post 179 met for its March meeting with President Dorothy Bal-lentine presiding. The charter was draped for Oma L. Parsons, and a monetary gift was sent to the Nursing Scholarship Fund. Girls State Chairman Dorisse Krueger reported three more candidates had sponsors and will be registered by April I. Sammy Kail reported on the Troop Support Rally. The poster had 450 students participating from kindergarten to fifth graders. Monetary gifts were sent to the Cancer Fund and Kerrville VA Hospital. The 77th Legion Birthday celebration is March 17 at the Post Home. Ladies, bring a covered dish. On April 6, there will be a benefit dance at the Post Home for “Family Outreach” with Paul Elder’s band playing from 8 p.m. to midnight. Third Division Conferemce is June 8-9 in Eagle Pass. Texas Exes The Comal County Texas Exes met at the New Braunfels Elks Lodge March 9 to celebrate Texas Independence Day. Jayne Jochec presided at the meeting and welcomed guests. Barry Moore gave the invocation before dinner was served. Longhorn Singers, under the direction of Robert Galvan, provided the evening’s entertainment. The choir’s performance included patriotic contemporary music, as well as Texas favorites. Rusty Brandt presented nominees in attendnce for the Texas Teacher Excellence Award sponsored by the University of Texas. Local teachers nominated were Mary Jo Dry, Canyon High School; and Nancy Iragorri, Smithson Valley High School. Nancy Kocurek, staff representative from the Texas Exes Alumni Association in Austin, presented Don Ennis with a Texas flag flown over the state capitol on Independence Day. Ennis won the Spirit of Texas award in the “Orange” You Glad You’re From Texas contest. Anne Buck reported on membership in the alumni association; Kathy Dicrksen discussed the local scholarship program. Cindy Rheinlander gave the treasurer’s report. President Jochec reported on the club’s activities for the past year. In addition to the summer picnic that honored the past year’s scholarship recipients, the local organization sponsored a scholar open house for three high schools for prospective students interested in attending UT. The club also met during the fall at the Longhorn Grill for Thirsty Thursdays with Coach Roy Kohemoore. A pregame party for the A&M game also was held at the Alumni Center in Austin. New officers elected for 1991-1992 are President John Dierksen, Vice President Cindy Rheinlander, and Treasurer Rusty Brandt. John Dierksen presented out-going president Jayne Jochec with a plaque for this past year’s service to the Comal County Texas Exes. The fundraising activities for scholarships were held. The evening ended with Bill Kolodzie leading members in singing ‘The Eyes of Texas.” Texas lota Master Texas Iota Master Chapter held its march meeting in the home of Mary Lazarine. Willie Mac Coffman and Vivian Hildebrand served as cohostess. Glenny Kirchoff was in charge of the program. She introduced April Dear Abby Motorists who toss their trash leave lasting mark We re Fighting For Your Lite. DHAR ABBY: I live on a well-traveled road, and you would be amazed at how much garbage people throw out of their car windows. I wonder what they think happens to all that stuff? We pick up the trash from our yard, and the amount of plastic, glass, metal and paper we collect is unbelievable. Please ask your readers to keep some kind of sturdy bag or container in their vehicles for their trash, and empty it in an appropriate receptacle when they reach their destination. It takes so little effort to keep our countryside clean. GEORGE MI ELU HAMP, ONTARIO, CANADA DEAR MR. MILLICHAMP: Thanks for a timely reminder. Two years ago I published an item that received high marks from schoolteachers in the USA and Canada. It was suggested that I publish it at least once a year. And here it is: DEAR ABBY: I saw this interesting bit of information in an office of one of our national parks last summer. I think it should have been handed to everyone who entered the park. Perhaps if people knew how long it takes for some of’the “litter” to decompose, they would think twice before tossing any kind of litter out of their car windows. THE TIME IT TAKES LITTER TO DECOMPOSE: Paper.....................2    to    5    months Orange peels.................6    months Milk cartons.....................5    years Filter-tip cigarette butts............. ...............................IO    to 12 years Plastic bags...........IO to 20 years Leather shoes 25 to 40 years Nylon cloth............30 to 40 years Plastic containers . 50 to 80 years Aluminum 90 to IOO years Plastic foam....................NEVER Litter cleanup in our national parks alone costs taxpayers $15 million per year! Abby, I hope you think this is worth space in your widely read column. ELAINE I). BAUM, HOUSTON DEAR MS. BAUM: It is. And thank you for a worthwhile addition to this space. mwtm JOHNNY DEPP in edward 5G550RHAND5 Mon. • Frl. 7:00 8:10 Sat. • Sun. 2:00 4:10 7KH) 9:10 Ult rt mixmxiiIX MILKMAIDS CHER BOS HOSKINS WINONA AVDER DEAR ABBY: My friend and I are having a little dispute. When are you categorized as a teen-ager? DISPUTING IN CALIFORNIA DEAR DISPUTING: When a person celebrates his/her 13th birthday, he/she can be categorized as a teen-ager. One is no longer a teen at age 20. By popular rtH|UtM>l, Abby •burrs morr of her favorite prize winning, eaay-to-prepare recipe*. To order, send a long, bu«ine»»-aise, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for 93.85 i $4.50 in Canada) to: More Favorite Recipes by Dear Abby, P.O. Boa 447. Mount Morris, IU. 61054. (Postage is included.! it American Heart Association KC HALL - SEGUIN Mon. • Frl. 7:00 9:10 Sat. • Sun. 2:00 4:10 7.-00 9:10 Blue Bonnet Palace Frl., Mar. IS; V p.m.-1 u.ni. Damaru Smith Sat., Mar. 16; V p.iii. -2 a.iii. CkfasfiviCCe Sounds Sat., Mar. 23; 9 p.m.-2 a in. Aaron Tippin Saturday, March 16    9:00    -1:00 ^ Clay Blatter j The Texas Honky-Tonk Band Goldsmith, Downtown Project director, who showed slides and explained some of the plans for downtown New Braunfels. The Laureate Degree was bestowed on Dorothy Wegner and Jeanette Felgcr. Officers for the 1991-1992 year were elected: President Dorothy Wegner, Vice President Willie Mae Coffe-man, Recording Secretary Sydonia Rompel, Corresponding Secretary Marie Jarisch, ami Treasurer Evelyn Schlueter. Preceptor Rho Preceptor Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met March 11 at the home of Joan Blankenbecker. With spring in the air, the program was all about plants. County Extension Agent Joe Taylor discussed how to raise healthy houseplants. Following the program, he was presented with a pot of pink petunias. Members will be busy with many activities approaching in the next two months. The Spring Rush Tea is March 17 at Southbank. The chapter’s model meeting and evening brunch April 15 at the home of Jimmie Becker. Members made plans for the chapter’s participation in Kindermasken and Founder’s Day. Members voted on new officers who will be installed at the May meeting. Laureate Upsilon The Laureate Upsilon Sorority of Beta Sigma Phi met March 11 in the home of Ginger Caddell. New officers are President Beulah Dicus, Vice President Diane Martin, Secretary Jean Prochazka, Treasurer Myra Jo Kincaid. Lenore Courtright and Anna Bell Anderson will be on the City Council with Deanie Chollett as alternate. The rest of the year’s activities were planned. The April meeting will be at the home of Anna Bell Anderson April 9; Founder’s Day is April 30 at Elks Lodge at 6:30 p.m; the May meeting will be at Diane Martin’s at 6:30 p.m. with each person to bring a salad. There will be a Mother’s Day Breakfast at the home of Jean Prochazka May 11 at 9:30 a.m. for members and their guests. “TOV" rte Cotmtrf* Best tofvrf. Yogurt Floats 994 208 N. Loop 337 •25-1313 SKATE CENTER - SEGUIN I HI NITE 7 TO-10 30 SAT AT T I 40-3 30 SAT NITE 7 30-IG 3w PAR T V INFO 3/9 3/ i i W BARGAIN ........ matinees WALNUT 6 rr\:z TTO IO SIO V lu.-d-y ■>.) 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