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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope May 1991 New Texas Page 7 Club notes Newcomers Club The New Braunfels Newcomers Club will meet May 7 at the Senior Citizens 142 Comal Cof fee will be served at fol lowed by th meeting and program at 10 April Goldsmith will present an update on the Downtown All newcomers to the area are The club will sponsor a bus trip to Bandcra Downs on May The cost of per person will cover transpor refreshments en race admission with reserved seats and a special barbecue after the Snack lunch is available at the track or participants may bring a Departure is at 9 from Walnut Reservations must be made by May 10 with Shirley Kellerman at A day trip to Austin in planned for June 6 to include a tour of the Gover nors Texas State 0Henry LBJ Library and Wildflower Research Bus refreshments and admission fee are included in the Dutchtreat lunch is Departure will be at from Walnut Square Reservations must be made my May 25 at the same English Retired Teachers Th Canyon Lake Retired Teachers Association sent two delegates to the Texas Retired Teachers Association for Us 38th Annual Convention April 710 in The theme of the convention was Together We Opening remarks were give by Janell Har of The Canyon Lake delegates were Freddie legislative and Lillie local They attended meet ings and visited with former teacher friends from across the More than 750 teachers made the trip to The volunteer service chairman reported a combined hours were turned in by the teachers at a val ue of more than million saved by the people of executive direc tor of the Texas Retired Teachers gave highlights on the need to increase Mike state legislative gave several reports on progess of bills pertaining to retired Many delegates visited the capitol and talked with their own senators and representatives on Kate former state presi gave a report on th Building Fund Trust with about col lectd at the Money is being raised so the retired teachers organization will own its Fairfield Service League The regular monthly meeting of the New Braunfels Service League was held April at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Presi dent Connie Jurica called this mandat ory business meeting to conclude matters from this year and introduce new business for next Peggy Morris introduced new active members Peggy Marilyn Marty Gail Nancy Sue Ann Paula Bredewater and Janet These members have gone through a year of informa tive introduction to the Service League and are now ready for full membership Immediately following this group of new a new class of provisional was They will be honored at a tea Other business conduced included the leagues approval of the annual Also reported was the success of the Easter Basket Members were encouraged to decide on desired placements for next New offic ers for 199192 were nominated and unanimously The new officers will be Terri presi dent Lane 1st vice president Patsy 2nd vice president Debra corresponding secretary Cynthia recording secretary Lynctte Sharon treasurerelect Peggy provisional chairman and Nancy provisional vice Vann Eagles Auxiliary The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary met April 16 for its regular social President Lorene Hollowell presided and 39 members were A report was given on the member ship party of April Present were 62 members and three prospective Entertainment was by the Canyon High School Evelyn Schwab addressed the question Who are the Eagles and told of Eagles achievements since Les president of the Comal County Senior Citizens and Bob Dingeldein a foundation were presented a check by Hollowell on behalf of the This was a grant received form the Grand Aerie Fraternal Order of Eagles Golden Eagle Sick and Visiting Committee reported four members contacted since the meeting of April Carol Deitel read a thank you note form the Eden Home for the birthday party given residents on April The auxiliary voted to cancel its June 18 meeting and instead meet two Tuesdays in a June 4 and June Recommended for possible awards at the state convention were woman of the Bernice Ebensber Evelyn Schwab and Shirley Recom mendations also will be sent from all auxiliaries in the state to the commit tee chairmen in each Adelene state was honored by the auxiliary and pre sented a corsage and and best wishes expressed to her that she con tinue up the ladder of the state Nominated for 199192 slate of officers Lorene retiring president will automatically take the office of Past Madam President Betty Solomon vice presi Barbara Alves Melva Kuchne Hannah Rowald Carol Dietel Melanie Miltcndorf inside Dee Dee Young outside Elsa Glenewinkel Shirley Jar Bernice Sue Adelene Row and Sue Hcinneyer and for the honorary offices of auxiliary Toni Vogel and Melva Kueh Election will be from 6 to Appointed tellers were Elsie Evelyn Peterson and Elizabeth Ebensberger AARP When the New Braunfels American Association of Retired Persons met for the April Herb Skoog presented a film on New England fall There were 94 sev eral visitors and a new member In the absence of president Ella vicepresident Evaline Krue ger Oscar Coppel gave the invocation and led the pledge to the Myra read the minutes and Raymond trea gave his The chapter donated toward drugfree Project Myra Ullrich volunteered to be cupcake There will be an area AARP Spring GetTogether at the Lone Star Bre wery in San Antonio May Lunch will be served from to 1 and tickets are Anyone interested in attending may make reservations at the Senior Citizens Center so tickets can be ordered Fri State if you need a ride or can offer to take Community service chairman Ruby Altwein reproted 45 bibs for rest home patients have been turned In honor of Mothers Day there will be a catered lunch at the May 8 meet Cost of the meal is and reser vations must be made by Friday by coming to the center to purchase April birthdays were recognized and May birthdays reminded to bring cookies to the next Visitors are Krueger in at Ellas Emporium rattan leather handbags Ellas is across from the Bushwacker in downtown Open daily 1O6 Saturday Closed Tuesdays6292039 ELECT DON CRAIGHEAD CISD BOARD OF TRUSTEES Paid Political Scott Watson Treasurer Midsummer Nights Dream Puck Kent Davidson laughs with glee as Queen Titania Carisa Miller under the spell of midsummer madness swoons over Bottom Mary who has been turned into a The scene is from an adaptation of Shakespeares A Midsummer Nights being performed by The Inner the touring youth company of Circle Arts The which lasts about an will be presented at the theater in Landa Park at 8 Friday and The ticket price funds the theaters annual Photo by Erik Karlsson Perfect pout linked to lipstick NEW YORK AP The key to the perfect pouty mouth fashionable women want today is how the lipstick is Bobbi makeup artist for some real beauties as well as ordinary uses a pointed lip brush to apply lipstick evenly and to the full extent of the she outlines lips top and bottom with a lip pencil in the same color as the She says lining the bottom lip really makes the lips look who gives makeup lessons at Bergdorf Goodman on Fifth Avenue on says to be sure to use the lip liner after the lipstick to get a clean finish and correct the shape if you have To start in the comer and do the top then the bottom Open mouth wide to get into the For a flawless blot lipstick on tissue to absorb excess For luscious choose a lighter rather than darker Dark colors naturally Brown making lips look Light colors emphasize the i i Remember Horn This Mothers Day tell your Mom how much she truly means to you with a Special Mothers Day Greeting and dont forget those Motherinlaws and Grandmothers Happy Mothers Day Chris Sherry 1X1 You are still the Grandma to Beth 1X2 You touch our hearts in a special Kelly Pat You have always been Uwrc for us through thick and Your understanding and willingness through the years makes you stand out as the best Mom We love Sandy Craig 2X2 Come by or call our offices today reserve your Deadline May 1991 All ads have to be paid for in advance 707 Landa New Braunfels 6259144 New Braunfels HeraldZtituitg
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