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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Kaleidoscope tage 6 New Texas May 1991 Club notes Club luncheon Rosemarie and her mother Nell attend a recent Gay Forties Hostesses presented club an arrangement of Phalaenopsis orchids grown by District Judge Robert Photo by Frances Bridges Republican women Nine members of the Republican Women of New Braunfels attended Legislation Day at the state Capitol May More nan 500 Republican women from across the all dressed in red or white and were by resolution in both the House of Representatives and the A barbecue dinner was held under tents on the lawn of the Capitol and several Republicans from the House and Senate spoke to the Mcllvaine Texas lota Master Members and guests of Texas Iota Master gathered at Northcliffe Coun try Club for a Mothers Day luncheon on May Begonias were given to Bee Agnes Vivian Isabclle Gladys Lottie Willie Mae Alice Doris Lori Beth Gayna Gunny Kir Leda Bobbie Taryn Dalyn Schriewer and Evelyn Committee in charge of arrangements Mary Charlie Mac DcVas Sydonia Rompcl and Kitty Evelyn Schlueter Garden Club Four Seasons Garden Club met on May 8 at the home of Florence Flcs Following a short business meeting retiring President Tracy Klein installed the following Linda president Lucille Dou vice president Mary secretary and Arlenc The clubs 10th anniversary was observed and members and guests enjoyed a salad featuring a birthday cake with 10 The retiring president presented the new officers with baskets of and charter members and retiring officers received gifts of Extension Club Canyon Lake Extension Home makers Club met April 16 at the Fis cher Store School Community Seven members and three visitors were Visitors Mar garette Mary Nell Quartararo and Betty who became a new member at the The topic of the program I thought I died and went to Chocolate presented by two club Mary Poc and Marie They gave the history of demonstrated different ways to make and supplied some of which were Chocolate treats were The next meeting will be May 21 at at the Community Martha program assistant for home Comal County Extension will give the prog Dressing for the Visitors are Gay Forties Members and guests of the Gay Forties Club met May 7 at Lake Breeze Ski Lodge for a luncheon and DearAbby Adoptive parents fight battle of insensitivity DKAli ABBY As 1 ap preciate you often use your column to educate the J felt I had to respond to Proud Parents of a Hitil who insensitive quest ions about their daughter from My husband and are the proud three children from Ko We are both Our two olderchildren happen to be birth They arrived together at the 7 and when our youngest son Although unkind comments have been extremely this question is often heard Are your older children real brother and sis ter The question it makes me want to ask Why is that important to you Many families are formed by birth ours was formed by From the moment we accepted our children as we became their real par ents and they became real brothers and Adoption is the basis for that not blood I think I speak for many other adoptive par Maybe you can think oia better way to say How can we effectively communicate this but im message to wellmeaning people who do not understand what it means to lie a REAL ADOPTIVE PARENT DEAR You said it as well as it can be And to the Are your two older children real brother and sis ter Why is it important to you is the perfect CONFIDENTIAL TO IN Reforms usually come from those who got the short end of the No one with four aces ever asks for a new Want your phone to ring Get Abbys How to Be Popular for people of all To send a business selfaddressed plus check or money order for in Canada to Dear Popularity Box Mount Postage is Spring art show slated The 27th annual Spring An Show vill be blooming once again Memor ial Day weekend in New Sponsoied by the New Braunleb Art ihe show and sale will be in the Civic 380 New May from 10 to 6 and May from 10 to 5 Visitor will find artworks of all acrylic nd cralis ranging from country to and clo ceiainies and home accessories will lc Artists and crafts Club Policies are invited to subinit short news items for the Club Notes which are published each Ihursday in the Herald Ihe information should submitted as soon after the meeting as I o arrange for a photograph of glub call Club representatives may also submit Khoit items to announce neetinys in the Activities column Which runs each Wednesday and Sunday Activities announce merits will include club location and time and a phone men also will be demonstrating their Sale of donated art works in one booth will benefit the New Braunfels Art League building A fundrais er of three donated paintings will also benefit the fund to renovate the down town buildings purchased last The donated paintings include a blue bonnet oil viy Mary a snowscene watcicolor painting by Grant Lathe and a Mexican dancers print by the late Dale will be given arid a personally framed Dai hart Windberg print will be given at the close of the Admission is TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR WEIGHT Permanent Weight control Through Hypnotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming CALL FOR FREE INFO LONNIE SHOEMAKER Certified Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner 6291008 New Braunfels Find out mi If Beltone Can Help You Hear Better f SpetiaC Sate OFF 245 Landa 6201114 all regularly priced merchandise JHiursday Friday Willfe Town W Tfavel III Landa Plaza Shopping Center 6354318 fashion honoring Models were all members of the They were Lilla Alfrcy and JoAnn Iris Schu Jcaninc Biggcrs and Kay Anita Cook and Cookie Ruth Docppcnschmidt and Joan Marie Jarisch and Jeanic Nina Ouinn and Melissa Marian Benson of The Collection provided colorful scarfs as favors for the members and guests attending the Members of the social com mittee Jean chair person and Marian Emmie Kathleen Roxolin Patsy Wingfield and Sam Wollmcrs Ladies Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veter ans of Foreign Wars to Post met May 9 at the Post Home with President Marie Heaton Phyliss Pict reported Poppy Days will be May She gave the 5th Dis trict report and presented the Poppy Teddy Bear to the Police Department to use with child abuse Ameri canism Chairman Janice Qucnt reported on the Loyalty Day project and the Fourth of July Teacher of the Year Chairman Dor othy Ballentine asked for a monetary gift to be sent to each library of the 10 local The Auxiliary will sponsor a girl for Comal County Fair Installation of new officers will be May reservations Delegates for the state convention in June in Dallas were After the meeting there was an ice cream Matykiewicz KiwanisClub Kiwanis Club met recently with Ray Ebert sitting in for President who is not back from A letter naming Kourtney Goerges as New Braunfels Young Woman of the Year was read and held for Discussion was on Biathlon and and the Ion will be A golf tourna ment to be held in the Fall and Jamcfc Edwards and LaMoync Davis will bfe in At the regular meeting at noon on which was thi annual officers for the next beginning were Motion to change board meetings to on the second Thursday of each month was approved unanim David Schocnvogcl gave the telling of the starling of the1 small railroad in Landa when it was a steam and how It changed with the Coffcy Newcomers Club The Newcomers Club met May 7 with President Jean Cooney presid An update on the New Braunfels Downtown Project was given by April downtown 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 scats and a special barbecue after the Snack lunch is available at the track or participants may bring a Departure is 9 from Walnut English Sorority meeting Texas Preceptor Lambda Pi held their model meeting April 8 at the home of Sue Jo Boatright with Mar cie Hclmke serving as cohostess Guests Kathy Jean Karen Sheila Bonnie Beverly Willman and Jcanette The prog ram was presented by Marcie Helmke and Carolyn They had members play a game of Pictionary with Beta Sigma Phi Jean Dorbandt won the door The next meeting will be May 13 at the home of Mary Ann Jo Boatright jewelry 6ale through Graduation 10 off fossil watches 2O off all 5old jewelry 130 Seguin 6251536 Public Notice Southwestern Bell Telephone Company has filed an application with the Public Utility Commission of Texas to add a new optional service called MaxiMizer 800 Service5 Common Line 800 MaxiMizer 800 Line 800 Service provides for the termination of 800 Service calls to a customers local exchange line instead of a dedicated facility such as a WATS access This service is primarily for small and medium businesses that expect a large percentage of their 800 Service calls to be intraLATA in This service will utilize the new 800 data base network comprised of a National Service Management System data base and the common channel signaling system network utilizing the Signaling System SS7 The proposed monthly charge for MaxiMizer 800 is for each 800 telephone plus an hourly rate of for the first ten hours and for each hour over the ten In a service establish ment fee of is Persons who wish to comment on this application should notify the commission by June Requests for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of 7800 Shoal Creek Suite Texas or you may call the Public Utility Commission Public Information Office at 512 4580256 or 512 teletypewriter for the Please refer to this matter in all correspondence as Docket Southwestern Bell Telephone   

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