New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 16, 1991, Page 6

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May 16, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope Page 6 Herald Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, May 16, 1991 I • Club notes Club luncheon Rose'^ar ■** Gregory, left and her mother Nell Leissner, attend a recent Gay Forties luncheon. Hostesses presented Mrs Gregory, club president, an arrangement of Phalaenopsts orchids grown by District Judge Robed Pfeuffer (Photo by Frances Bridges) Republican women Nine members of the Republican ■Women of Ne* Braunfels attended “Legislation Da>“ at the state Capitol May 2 More than 500 Republican women from across the state, all dressed in red or red, white and blue, were recognized bs resolution in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. A barbecue dinner was held under tents on the lawn of the Capitol and several Republicans from the House and Senate spoke to the group —Jan McllvaineTexas lota Master Members and guests of Texas Iota Master gathered at Northcliffe Country Club for a Mother’s Day luncheon on May ll. Begonias were given to Bec Schccl, Agnes Drinkhaus, Vivian Hildebrand, Isabelle McShaffry, Gladys Smith, Louie Kronkosky, Willie Mac Coffman, Alice Zunkcr, Doris Brandt, Loh La/annc, Beth Collins, Gayna Holden, Gunny Kir-chhof, Lcda Pctrosky, Bobbie Whites, Taryn Schricwcr, Dalyn Schricwcr and Evelyn Schluctcr, Committee in charge of arrangements included, Mary Lazarinc, Charlie Mac DcVas-sie, Sydonia Rompcl and Kitty Huffl. — Evelyn SchlueierGarden Club Four Seasons Garden Club met on May 8 at the home of Florence Flcs-cher. Following a short business meeting retiring President Tracy Klein installed the following officers, Linda Carden, president; Lucille Dou-ma, vice president; Mary Burdinc, secretary; and Arlene Sedgwick, treasurer. The club’s 10th anniversary was observed and members and guests enjoyed a salad luncheon, featuring a birthday cake with IO candles. The retiring president presented the new officers with baskets of herbs, and charter members and retiring officers received gifts of flowers. — Lylas FossExtension Club Canyon Lake Extension Homemakers Club met April 16 at the Fischer Store School Community Center. Seven members and three visitors were present. Visitors were. Margaret Lcibc, Mary Nell Quartararo and Betty Culton, who became a new member at the meeting. The topic of the program was, “I thought I died and went to Chocolate” presented by two club members. Mary Poe and Marie Burk. They gave the history of chocolate, demonstrated different ways to make candy, and supplied recipes, some of which were low-calone. Chocolate treats were served. The next meeting will be May 21 at 9.30 a.m. at the Community Center. Martha Ellis, program assistant for home economics, Comal County Extension Service, will give the program, ‘‘Dressing for the 90s ” Visitors arc invited.Gay Forties Members and guests of the Gay Forties Club met May 7 at Lake Breeze Ski Lodge for a luncheon andDear Abby Adoptiv e parents fight battle of insensitivity th* -Pn ho PUI itn Lh** Ko (fur irth r at our Although unkind ■on I run ca.sian i en to be I Loge tin I, when comments have been extremely rare this question molten heard “Are your older children ‘real brother and sister0' The question it makes me want to ask is. “Why is that important to you?” Many families are formed by birth, ours was formed by adoption From the moment we accepted our children as ours, we became their real parents arid they l>ecame real brothers and sisters Adoption is th*' basis for that reality, not blood ties I think I speak for many other adoptive pat eats Maybe you can think of a better way to say it How can we effectively communicate this simple, but important, message to well-meaning people who do not understand what it means to Im- a ... “KHAL” ADOPTIVE PARENT DEAR “REAL”: You said it as well as it can bi- said. And to the question, “Arc your two older children ‘real’ brother and sister?” — “Why is it important to you?” is the perfect response. CONFIDENTIAL TO .J.«J.CL IN KLKiKNTi.ORK.: Reforms usually come from those who got the short end of the stick. No one with four aces ever asks for a new deal. Want your phone to ring? (in Abby'* booklet, “How to He Popular'*-' for people of all aget, To order , oend a long, busmen* size, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for £1.05 ($4.50 in ( anada I lo Hear Abby, Popularity Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, 111 (HUM. (Postage is included.Spring art show slated Kilt b tai Un field in May 2* Sunday p.m typ at ic put pm W 11 annual Spring An Show Liming (Mice again Mentor .•rend in New Braunfels* by Pie New now aik ne Cd Sri M. a.m. from hraunlelt* J kale will bt lier, 3K0 S 5, *J I Ut CUI*, j 6 p.m and lf) a.m lo 5 if x.s ULf\ ut ewelry Ar11si>, and era! I men also will be demonstrating their work. Sale of donated an works in one booth will benefit die New Braunfels An League building fund A fundrais cr of Unix donated paintings will also benefit die lurid to renovate ilk- downtown buildings purchased last year 'Hic donated paintings include a blue-bonnet oil pandit, by Mary Zirkel, a snowaccnc watt*color panning by Grant Lada and a Mexican dancers print by die tau- Dale Wilson. Deorpnzeg will be given hourly, and a personally signed, framed Dal flan Windberg print will be given ai die close of die show Admission is free Club bolides Organizations ant invited lo submit st xxi fifers items tor trie Club tholes Kitted are published eaon thursday in pie H&wkJ /.eitung If ie information sr*ojk3 be submitted as soon atter the peeling as possible lo alange tor a prtbtograpf of ciub activities, oak 625 9144 Club representatives may disc Submit stMjfl derris to anriourice meetings in the Activities column IMuch fur is ench Wednesday and {sunday Activities announce merits av ii include club name location arid time o* rneettr*g arid H iii <s yr ffiPrSpeciaC Safe *0% OFF all regularly pricwJ incri’haudibc Wcdiu wlay, 'Unuse]ay & Friday Millis Town ’IV Iravcl T'usliivms I .mull* Pinza Shopping (cuter o&Mug i« fashion show, honoring mothers. Models were all mother/daughter members of the club. They were Lilia Alfrey and JoAnn Bedford, Iris Schumann, Jcaninc Biggers and Kay Rcncau, Anita Cook and Cookie Clark, Ruth Doeppenschmidt and Joan Rech, Marie Jarisch and Jcanic Koepp, Nina Guinn and Melissa Gleason. Marian Benson of The Collection provided colorful scarfs as favors for the members and guests attending the luncheon. Members of the social committee include, Jean Pfeuffer, chairperson and Marian Benson, Emmie Ikcls, Kathleen Krueger, Roxolin Krueger, Patsy Wingfield and Sam-mic Lee.— Esia Wollmcrs Ladies Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars to Post #7110 met May 9 at the Post Home with President Marie Heaton presiding. Phyliss Piet reported Poppy Days will be May 24-25. She gave the 5th District report and presented the Poppy Teddy Bear to the Police Department to use with child abuse cases. Americanism Chairman Janice Quem reported on the Loyally Day project and the Fourth of July celebration. Teacher of the Year Chairman Dorothy Bal lent inc asked for a monetary gift to be sent to each library of the IO local schools. The Auxiliary will sponsor a girl for Comal County Fair Queen. Installation of new officers will be May 19, reservations needed. Delegates for the state convention in June in Dallas were elected. After the meeting there was an ice cream social. — Carolyn MatykiewiczKiwanis Club Kiwanis Club met recently with Ray Ebert presiding, sitting in for President Bell, who is not back from Hawaii. A letter naming Kourtney Gocrgcs as New Braunfels Young Woman of the Year w as read and held for consideration. Discussion was on Biathlon and Triathlon, and the Biathlon will be cancelled. A golf tournament to be held in the Fall and James Edwards and LaMoyne Davis will be in charge. At the regular meeting at noon on Thursday, which was the annual meeting, officers for the next year, beginning Oct. I, were elected. Motion to change board meetings to 11:30 a.m. on the second Thursday of each month was approved unanimously. David Schoenvogel gave the program, telling of the starting of the small railroad in Landa Park, when it was a steam engine, and how it changed with the years. —JA. Coffey Newcomers Club The Newcomers Club met May 7 with President Jean Cooney presiding. An update on the New Braunfels Downtown Project was given by April Coldsmith, downtown coordinator. The club will sponsor a bus trip to Bandera Downs on May 18. The cost of $39 per person will cover transportation, refreshments en route, race admission with reserved scats and a special barbecue after the races. Snack lunch is available at the track or participants may bring a lunch. Departure is 9 a m. from Walnut Square. —Mildred English Sorority meeting Texas Preceptor Lambda Pi held their model meeting April 8 at tho home of Sue Jo Boatright with Mart cie Hclmkc serving as co-hostess. Guests were, Kathy Faulkner, Jean Dorbandt, Karen Mitchell, Sheila Boatright, Bonnie Griffith, Beverly Wiliman and Jeanette Prell. The program was presented by Marcic Hclmkc and Carolyn Johnson. They had the members play a game of Pictionary. with Beta Sigma Phi traditions. Jean Dorbandt won the door prize, The next meeting will be May 13 at the home of Mary Ann Arnold, —Sue Jo Boatright \ 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 629-1008    New    Braunfels 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 Service*'" Common Line 800 Service. MaxiMizer 800 Service*"" Common Line 800 Service provides tor the termination ot 800 Service calls to a customer s local exchange line instead of a dedicated facility such as a WATS access line This service is primarily tor small and medium businesses that expect a large percentage of their 800 Service calls to be iritral ATA in nature J Ins 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 #7 (SS7) protocol the proposed monthly charge for MaxiMizer 800 Service*"' is $10 OO tor each 800 telephone number, plus att hourly rate of $13 SO tor the first ten hours and $12.00 for each hour over the ten hours In addition, a service establish merit lee of $65.00 is proposed. Persons who wish to comment on tilts application should notify ttie commission by June 1, 1991. Requests tor further information should be mailed to tile Public Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Sltoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757, or you may call the Public Utility Commission Public Information Office at (512) 458 0256 or (512) 458 0221, teletypewriter for the deaf Please refer to this matter in all correspondence as Docket No. 10131. @ Southwestern Bell Telephone find Out FREE lf Beltane Can Help You Hear Better Ae/Ohms * 245 Landa 620-1114 (Sale through Graduation 10% ofT fossil watches 20% of! all gold jewcliy 130 S. Seguin_625-1536 ;

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