New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 7, 1991, Page 5

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 7, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope Thursday, November 7, 1991_ Herald-Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas    Page    5SHOP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD DILLARD'S AT ROLLING OAKS AND WINDSOR PARK MALLSClub notes DAR chapter Ttic Nov. 4 meeting of the Captain James Jack Chapter of the DAR was held in the New Braunfels Education Center. Ruth Hubbard and Martha Hammond were hostesses. Dclitha Gucnzel, regent, lead the group through the DAR ritual including the opening prayer, pledge to the American and Texas flags and the American’s Creed. The president’s general message, read by Melba Shaw, stressed the need for a rededication to the three DAR vital objectives: historical, educational and patriotic. And that greater service to veterans, helping thousands of citizens who need to become literate, and greater emphasis on the education of the first citizens, the American Indians, are just a few of the things to be emphasized as the organization looks forward to its second century of service to the nation. National Defense Chairwoman Marydean Motz discussed the need to cut federal taxes and excessive government spending and the many problems of government subsidized products. She also invited members to express their views to Congressman Smith on die pending legislation naming English as the official language. The program was presented by Ethel Canion, treasurer. She talked the group through a realistic and significant lour of New Braunels, highlighting the notable historic locations. She shared some interesting sidelights about New Braunfels being the home of America’s largest mountain laurel and a bartender of noble birth who made it possible for the lowliest to be served by a count. She concluded this was an appropriate contribution to a new democracy. Representing the Captain James Jack Chapter of the DAR at a recent luncheon honoring Billy Joe Lovell were Dclitha Gucnzel, regent; Ruth Hubbard, registrar; Mary Colson, New Braunfels Garden Club hostesses during a recent meeting at the home of Kitty Cook were, from left, Delitha Guenzel; Chairwoman Kitty Cook; Cheryl Warnecke; Judy Watson, who presented a program on the Butchart Gardens of Vancouver; and Carolyn Barry. (Photo by Marie Offerman) public relations chairman; and Shirley Flowers, guest. Lovell, a candidate for librarian general of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, vicariously introduced each candidate running on the Blair slate. The luncheon, held at the Fort Sam Houston Officers Club, was also attended by Barbara Harrell, state regent, and numerous Distict VII officers, members and campaign personnel. —Mary Prances Colson Class of *41 reunion The New Braunfels High School graduating class of 1941 celebrated its 50th Reunion Oct. 25 and 26. Friday evening the group attended the homecoming football game and later gathered at the Bavarian Village for a post-game party. Saturday, Charles Bradberry gave the former students a guided tour through their old alma mater on Mill Street. The afternoon was spent at Schwambrug’s Garden renewing old acquaintances and reminiscing. Each of the classmates wore a name tag with their 1941 annual picture on it. There was a memorabilia table for fond memories of yesteryears. The walls were lined with reproductions of pictures from the pages of the 1941 annual. Preceding the banquet, Edmund Seidel showed a film of New Braunfels taken in the early 1940s. Stewart Fischer, class president, introduced class members and asked each to tell about a funny event that he or she had experienced while in school. Eighty-seven classmates and their guests attended the reunion. Stewart Fischer, class president, was in charge of the reunion arrangements. Serving on his committee were: Marie Saduc Jarisch, reservations and publicity; Carolyn Bicscle Ruppcl, secretary and reflection tapes; Josclyn Bicscle Welsch and Roland Welsch, food and entertainment; Frances Voigt Tays, football tickets; Bert and Isabell Day, registration; and Lulu and Santiago Garcia and Melba Meckel Roth, decorations. As a special remembrance, each class member received a memory book containing biographical sketches of their classmates for the last 50 years. — Marie Jarisch XI Alpha Eta Chapter Xi Alpha Eta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its October meeting at the home of Kathy DeBerjeois. The program on CPR and the Heimlich maneuver was arranged by Jan Engel and presented by Darren Smith. Plans were made for the Wurstfcsi Arts and Crafts Show food booth. Items for sale include popcorn and frozen yogurt. The group also donated candy to Colonial Manor for their trick-or-treat night. Martha Ellis was co-hostess for the evening. The September meeting was held in the home of Karen Stolte, and Tammy Albrecht served as co-hostess. The program, “Family: Rewards Harvested from Family Life," was given by Karen Stolte and Lisa Roberts. After an entertaining multiple choice quiz, everyone enjoyed looking at wedding albums. —J an Engel Music Club The 31 st Annual Fall Conference of District 9, Texas Federation of Music Clubs, National Federation of Music Cubs, was held at the Bastrop Opera House on Oct. 26. New Braunfels Music Club members attending the conference were Gertrude Fischer, Melitta Frueh, Jo Ann Lemmon and Ann Kleeman. | Presiding at the meeting was District 9 President Mrs. Joseph P. Brevier of Austin. —Ann Kleeman VFW Auxillary The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veter-, ans of Foreign Wars to Post 7110 attended the District 5 meeting iq< Wimberly Oct. 27. Post Commander Leo Maiers and. Auxiliary President Lorane Pevler of Post 6441 opened the meeting. Jean-nine C. Pool, mayor of the city of. Woodcreek, gave the welcoming. G ucst speaker was Stanley Cole. Greetings for the department were given by Donald L. Harwood, department senior vice-commander. A * memorial service was held before lunch. The auxiliary met at 1:30 p.m. for their business meeting with Anita • Fey, fifth district president. Phyliss Piet from Post 8800, Starkville, was installed as conductress. Lucille * Wohlfarth from Post #8315, Schertz, • was installed as a color guard. Irene Henzie, senior vice-president of Post 8456, Geronimo, reported on the Voice of Democracy contest and the state president’s special project. the Lions Camp for Crippled Children at Kerrville. — Carolyn Matykiewicz Activities Thursday, Nov. 7 • Dr. James Chambers, renowned Alzheimer’s researcher, will discuss the latest research on the disease (rom 7-8:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizens Center, 655 Landa St., with the Alzheimer's Support Group as part of a guest speaker series during National Alzheimer’s Month. For more information, call Judy Turner, 625-2068. Admission is free and open to the public. • American Legion Comal Post No. 179 meets at 410 W. Coll St. The executive committee meets at 7 p.m. and die regular meeting begin at 8 pm. The Auxiliary’s meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 p.m. at 1142 Eikel. Call 620-4354 or 625-0057. • New Braudels Noon Lions Club will meet at noon at Eagles Hall. • Great Books Club meets at 2 p.m. at the Diulinger Memorial Library. ITie group will discuss pages 555-608 of "The Practical Cogitator." Visitors welcome. • Parenting program Parents Positive Practical Approach to Children begins at 7 p.m. at Teen Connection, 1414 W. San Antonio St. The program is open to couples, single parents, church and other organizations. Call 629-6571. • Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #2999 conducts Bingo at 7 pin. at the Eagles Hall, 257 E. South St. • New Braunfels Elks Lodge K2279 meets at the lodge at 353 S. Seguin Ave. at 8 p m. Trustees meet at 7 p.m. • Car Club Enthusiasts will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Victoria Bank and Trust North Building, 1000 N. Walnut Ave. For information call 629-4328. • New Braunfels Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Fruouragemenl of Barbershop Quat let Singing in America meets at 7:30 p m. at First Baptist Church. Visitors welcome. • Comal County Community Band rehearses al 7:30 p.m. at the Canyon High School band hall. Call 625-8081 or 512/885-7674. • Co-Dependents Anonymous of Canyon Lake will meet at 8 pm. at St. Andrews Lutheran Church activity center. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 pm. at 361 W. San Antonio St. on the second floor. Call 620-4354 or 625-0057. • VFW Post 7110, 600 Peace Ave., is the place for bingo at 7 pm. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon, 8 pm. and 10:30 p.m. at 1142 Eikel. Call 620-4354 or 625-0057. • Al-Anon meets at 1142 Eikel at 7 pm. Call 620-4354 or 625-0057. Lordy, Lordy Irma's Turning Forty Today! Love Hon, Josh & Andy —r r a    mr+*iax    . ttwtwtt ist Kit? German Bavarian Clothing for Men, Women & Children Lederhosen, dirndls, lacy pettipants plus, plus, plus. The response to our classified ad has been timcndous. We regret that we have not been able to contact each of you. 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