New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 16, 1991, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 16, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Scrapbook Participating in a recent voice recital at St. John’s Episcopal Church in New Braunfels were. Paul Padilla backing up, from left in left photo Katherine Tucker, Eliza Goode, Laura Haass and Tahnika Gerard. Also on the program were Susie Hermes, seated, and from left in right photo Courtney Hermes, April Houk and Lisa Tschoepe. All are students of MaryBeth Smith. (Photos by Karla Wenzel) Herald-Ze/fung New Braunfels Texas ’age 7 Mothers and daughters of Gay Forties Club members were guests at a recent Ski Lodge luncheon in McQueeney Hostesses were, standing from left, Pat Wingfield, Sammie Lee Marian Benson and Kathleen Krueger, and in front, chairman Jean Pfeuffer anc Emmie Ikeis. (Photo Dy Frances Bridges) Voice studio recital Thursday, May 16, 1991 Gay Forties luncheon Attorneys Speak deadline to mail in legal questions is Wednesday, May 22nd. Qualified legal professionals will answer your questions anonymously. Any legal question pertaining to * Litigation * Tax Law ‘ Wills & Probate * Family Law * Heal Estate * Criminal Law * Civil LawSend your question in today! ISSUE DATE: Tuesday lune Questions must be received by Wednesday. May 22nd Mail to: the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung c/o the Attorneys Speak P.O. Box 211328 New Braunfels, lx. 78130Attorneys Speak Question Form Mail to: I he New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung c/o I he Attorneys Speak P.O. Box 311328 New Braunfels, lx. 78130ISII*ede males I.Ut Int t tnt/tti aint, ha jujuist MI t tty, IU ill.till, 4 .til,iiii I ,iki I til.!! I1,ilk. I Jii|»|iiii|! S|Uln>ts k)U Hint.i I .iii Iiavis .un! M.ul>k I .ill'Here s something to keep you cool this summer. J UM a Hick ul tile* wnsi can l»c*l|> you keep cool tins summer. When you turn youi thermostat to /K or higher, you won I have lo sweat it out when lite electricity hills arrive. When you use tans you ll he able lo set the temperature even highei anti still lee I inst as comlm table. Kcmcmbcr, a small change on )oui ihermostal can equal lug change in you* poc ket Lions award At the recent Lions 2-S3 District Convention held at the Civic Center in New Braunfels, Lenore Courtright, president of New Braunfels Lioness Club, was presented the district’s Appreciation Award by Lions Governor G W McComco. The award is given for service to bonism and to the community. Symphony’s season finale At its season-ending concert in New Braunfels, the Mid-Texas Symphony took on Boston Pops flavor witn checned taoieciotns and complimentary popcorn and champagne Honored tor 10 years of support were Dr Larry and Jo Ann Arnot Presenting a plaque to tnem s Betty iou Rushing, symphony association president (Photos by Karla Wenzei) ;

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