New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 11, 1991, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 11, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 11, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas tKaleidoscope Thursday, April ll, 1991    Herald-Ze/fung,    New    Braunfels,    Texas    Page    5 Club notesExtension focus Bridge winners New Braunfels Newcomers Club Women’s Bridge Marathon winners for April were: Elaine Fohsle and Sue Zuzcck received first place; Ruth Alford and Marge Garrott, second place; and Teresa Hamon and Vivian Langlois, third place. New Braunfels Newcomers Club Men’s Bridge winners were: John Kcnagy, first; Bob Miller, second; Roycc Broome, third; Roland Bocnig, fourth; and Paul Ohls, fifth. Monthly meeting The Auxiliary to the American Legion Post #179 met April 4 for its monthly meeting with President Dorothy Ballcntine presiding. President Ballcntine and Chaplain Marie Agee draped the charter in memory of Leona M. Barton. A monetary gift was sent to the Past Presidents Nursing Scholarship Fund. Girls State Chairman Dorisse Krueger reported that six New Braunfels girls will be going to Girls State this year. Members of the scholarship committee are: Della Talbott, chairman; president Ballcntine, Lori Bradley, Marie Heaton and Carolyn Matykicwicz. Elaine Gaskins, senior vice president, gave the convention report. Monetary gifts were rom to Project Graduation and Jennifer L. Evans. The nominating committee members elected were: Della Tai xnt, Ardith Mueller and Mary Owens. They will report back at the June meeting. The 3rd Division Convention will be at Eagle Pass June 8-9. War slides shown At the Kiwanis Club April 4 meeting Ken Jahnckc said that he would be returning to West Bend, Wis. Visitor? at the meeting were: Joseph Subcrg from Santa Rosa, Calif., Phillip Carroll, Bill Fulton, George R. Becker, Jill Edwards and Maj. Rudy Puriftcate Group effort pray that the families who lost their loved ones, the families whose loved ones are returning and our brave men and women who fought so that ‘Old Glory’ may continue to fly high over our nation.” Edwards is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Edwards and is in Saudia Arabia. President Claribel Rutherford closed the ceremony with a prayer. Officers elected New officers of the New Braunfels Elks Lodge #2279 were installed March 21 by officers of the Seguin Lodge #1229. The new officers took over April I. Officers installed were: Tiler Ron Johnson, Leading Knight Art Bar-bicrs, Exalted Ruler Dave Owens, Loyal Knight Gene Golden, Trustee Wallace Johnson, Esquire Robert Cole, Treasurer Doug Miller, Secretary Steve Schumann, Chaplain Sam Ccronic, Inner Guard Gene Wichins-ki, Lecturing Knight Jack Kcrrick and Organist H.M. DeVassie. Booster shots for savings can serve as fun projects for whole family Members of the New Braufels Business & Professional Women’s Club colledted $700 from a March 17 walk-a-thon to benefit the M.D. Anderson State Project. Among participants were, standing from left, Stella Schaefer, co-chairman Dolores Smith, Helen Thompson, Peg-    Plljh Pflll ClP V gy Hooper, co-chairman Ann Bartholomew, Leonard Prell, Jeanette    ^ I MU I UL IL, I co Prell and, seated, Brenda Sullivan. (Photo by Karla Wenzel) of the HQ-90th U.S. Reserve Command. Purificatc presented a slide show of Desert Storm activities in the Persian Gulf. He first gave background information dealing with the Crusades, the Ottoman Empire and Muslim conflicts. He talked of the problems U.S. troops faced. He said the sand was as fine as talcum powder and a little sweat made a mess of your face and clothing. Tree dedication Comal Garden Club celebrated Arbor Day April 4 with the planting of a Fan-Tex ash tree al Canyon Middle School. Guests for the day were Sue Lutrcll and Joan Simmons. Chairman Chan Otis opened the ceremony with a dedication of the tree. “Today we dedicate the bec in honor of Mark Edwards and in honor and memory of our men and women who fought in Saudia Arabia,” he said. “As the tree stands tall and strong, let us Organizations are invited to submit short news items for the Club Notes which are published each Thursday in the Herald-Zeitung. The information should be submitted as soon after the meeting as possible To arrange for a photograph of club activities, call 625 9144. Club representatives may also submit short items to announce meetings in the Activities column which runs each Wed nesday and Sunday. By PATRICIA ANDERSON RASOR County Extension Agent Every savings account can stand a boost now and then, especially in difficult economic times. Families can increase a feeling of financial security by adding to their savings. Money is often hard to come by. How do you find “extra” money for savings? Listed below arc some shortterm ideas to help your family add to savings: • Stage a family fund-raising contest. Specify a short time (maybe a week or so) during which each family member will contribute to savings. The one who contributes the most wins a prize. Choose a prize without cost or you will defeat your purpose. The prize might be something like getting to pick supper menus for a week, skipping family chores or being allowed extra telephone or television time. Everyone in the family can contribute. Children can earn money by taking by taking care of neighborhood pets, doing yard work, starting a neighborhood newsletter or holding a car wash. The entire family can participate in collecting recyclable materials or contributing items to a garage sale. Children and adults can make crafts and sell them on consignment at craft shops. Short-term jobs may be available through temporary employment agencies. • Reduce unnecessary expenses for a limited time. For example, go without soft drinks for two weeks, contributing the amount you normally would have spent to your savings account; or cut back on entertainment costs, long-distance phone calls and hobbies for a specified time and contribute all savings to the account. • Plan menus for a “recession week” of meals. Sec how little you can spend on meals while keeping nutritional value high. Nutritious and filling meals can be made using low cost foods such as beans, rice and seasonal vegetables. Bread can be bought at thrift stores for lower prices. Food made from scratch usually costs less than convenience foods. Shopping the sales, buying generic brands and using coupons can lower costs even more. If done for short, specified lengths of time, these activities can be approached as family projects rather than deprivation. Meanwhile, make sure all savings are deposited in your savings accout. You will be surprised how much it grows! Patricia Anderun! Kasur ic a Com ai County Kxtauiun Agent with the Texas Agricultural Extension Office. o co LANDA • • rH STATION rH 629-3311 > Saturday 9-1 £ No Cover B.C. Smith jp & ID Paul McLaughlin I/) Sunday 5-9 Z No Cover w B.C. Smith Cl. & O Richard Blue Bonnet Palace Friday, April 12 9:00-1:00 Joy Erie Saturday, April 13 9:00 - 2:00 Candee & Gordon Land & The Goolaks TOT* * nnMnamnv SKATE CENTER - SEGUIN FRI. NITE 7 30-10 30 SAT. 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Mfa RT AN ■    IHI tin SAT SUH 200 4:30 7 OO 0 30 WEEKDAYS 4JO 700 OJO SECRETARY’S DAY IS APRIL 24th Behind every great boss is a great secretary! For all the little things she does, and all the big ones too, send a special message her way that says “I appreciate you” in the Herald-Zeitung. Along with that message, a rose will be delivered to her (during working hours) on that special day. Published: April 24th Deadline: April 19th Call: Karen, Sharon or Corbe for more information 625-9144 j£Ltterald-2eitung - ...... ■—mill Maybe you wanted a sauna. If you don’t want to sweat it out this summer, there are things you can do now to help keep your cool. Turn your air conditioner off to clean or replace the air filter and to check fan belts for wear. With the unit on, inspect the cooling coil and vents for leaks or damage. Clear away any gras> or debris from around the unit so the air can How freely. And arrange for a seasonal check by a professional service company. 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