New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 11, 1991, Page 7

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 11, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas ScrapbookBeta Sigma Phi’s Friendship Tea    Lions    donation Visiting at a March 17 invitational Friendship Tea, held by the New Braunfels City Council of Beta Sigma Phi at Southbank Recreation center, are    Braunfe|s Lions Club members Gene Burr, left, and Bill Wiley, from left in photo at left Linda Hull, Jean Dorbrandt and Mary Ann Arnold. Enjoying refreshments are, from left in photo at right, Kathy DeBerjeois,    [I® • aJcePt a $500 donation from Christine Brown. The money, Jerri Cook and Tammy Albrecth.    donated in memory of her late husband Dr. Dorris Brown, will be used to support activities at the Lions Camp in Kerrville. Thursday, April 11, 1991 Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Page 7Fair Association officers New Comal County Fair Association officers for 1991 are, from left, Jayne Jochec, treasurer; Les Caffey, vice president; Max Wommack Jr., president; Jan Jochec, vice president; and Lucille Pehl, secretary. Named drovers are Stacy Smith, Grog Kraft, Ronald Meyer, De Ann Bading, George Smith, Cruz Acosta Jr. and Barney Handrick.Daughters of the Republic of Texas Members of the Ferdinand Lindheimer Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas in February met at Church in the Valley at Canyon Lake to hear a program about Jane Long. From left are Edith Mae Johnson, president; Helen Coleman of San Antonio, speaker; and chapter members Antonette Malmstead and Joyce Moore. The March meeting, held at the Forke Store in Conservation Plaza, featured on a program on Landa Park. From left in the photo at right are Linda Barron, Joyce Moore, speaker Lottie Miller, Lee Parker and Mary E.B. Barker. (Photos by Marie Offerman) Join us Saturday, April 13, at 1:00, at Dillard’s Rolling Oaks for a Bridal Affair Join us in the China Department from 1:00-4:00 for this special Bridal Registry event. Wedding cake and refreshments will he provided. Meet representatives from the following companies who will assist you in planning your wedding, reception and more. • A Bit of Britain Limousines • Vanishing Art Ice Sculptures • Dillard's Fine Jewelry • Garden Ridge littery World • The Mustard Seed Tea Room and Restaurant • Comal Flower Shop • Calvin Klein Eternity • St. James Inn • Creative Chocolates • Precious Moments Videography • Riverside Dress and Bridal • Bartending by Brian & Charline • Dillard's Travel • Dillard's Portrait Studio • Sandy’s Sweet Shop This event is open to anyone who is planning a wedding. T here is no fee for attending.Dillard’s PLEAS DO NOT TM, Ii ICE INSIP j t BUILDS ;

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