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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Now Texas November 14 1991 Pages Club notes DearAbby Preceptor Rho Chapter The October meeting of the Precep tor Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was held at the home of Charlene Fis Cohostesses were Janie Rcmmler and Connie An interesting Palmi stry The Art of Reading was presented by Janie Remmler and Con nie Members enjoyed a Halloween The next meeting will be at the home of Jean Dorbandt 11 at Members arc to donate canned goods for the Food Bank and a book for the Reynolds Eagles Auxiliary The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary had a business meeting Betty presided with nine officers Balloting was held on two candi who will be initiated at a later It was reported that five members were in the and all were The nursing home reported they would visit the mem bers on They visited 24 and gave each a cupcake for It was voted on to have the Christ mas Party 17 with officers as Exchange of gifts of or more will be held for those wishing to The joint Christmas Party with the Aerie will be Members are reminded to send in the reservation forms in the November DeeDee Young is Carol Dietel attended the Girl Scout function and got a certificate for the donation the auxiliary gave and also thanked the 4H youth for the style show at the membership The Aerie officers and wives are invited for the State Presidents visit 19 at Rowold Newcomers Club The November meeting of the New Braunfels Newcomers Club was held in the new Senior Citizens Center on Landa President Jean Cooney opened with the club prayer and pledge to the Announcements were made that the November trip to Lost Maples has been but members are urged to visit the Heritage Exhibit at the Civic Plans for the Christmas Dinner Dance to be held 10 at the American Legion Hall were dis The charge will be per person with food by Clear Springs Catering and music Jor dancing The Seven The next meeting will be followed by a Mexican Fiesta and Bingo fund raiser at the Senior Citi zens Center on President Cooney read an inspiring Worried wife asks man to slow down for health Noon Lions Club from Johnny Dave Paul Hammaker and Robert West begin to regret entering a jalapenoeating contest during a recent peom titled Precious Present before introducing the guest Eli zabeth daughter of Manard and Susan who presented an interest ing slide show and talk about her recent trip to sponsored by the Texas Conference of She was impressed by the Russian peoples desire for religious freedom and their pleasure in receiving gifts of Bibles from the young people from the United Newcomers Club Marathon Bridge winners for November are Mary Fleener and Allyne Liz Purcell and Lucille Taliaferro and Jean Cooney and Neva Newcomers Men Bridge winners for November are Paul Ohls Bink Goodrich John Kenagy Charlie Mayes and Roland Johnson and Audrey George Kiwanls Club Susan Milton from Hospice was the guest speaker at the 7 She informed the group of the many ways Hospice helps the Their job is to assist individuals with acceptance of dying physically and They address fears and anxiety in the individuals and their The Hospice also guides the terminally ill through the choices they have in such as living She also of the Ffor of their The Kiwanis group discussed the flag Ray Ebert and Ralph Reed have completed installation of new flags to replace old and torn Any resident interested in a flag for their yard on holidays or for more information about the Kiwanis Club should contact Angelia Beene at 6292265 or Bill Bell at Beene Schaefer reunion Approximately 369 descendants and guests of the Carl and Elisabeth Schaefer family were in attendance for the llth reunion of the Schaefer family at the Sangerhalle The Emil Hierholzer of Kil gore gave the grace at the noon and Hierholzer of Fioresville was the master of A memorial service was held for the following from the Johann Carl Schaefer family Danny Micah Luke David and Daniel James Elsie Engelmann and Ida Ritterman from the Phillip Schaefer family Edwin Max Weber and Roland Behrent from the Friedrich Schaefer family Michael Long and Hadie Noll Ketch urn and from the Annie Sophia Mutschler The following were recognized oldest female Caroline 94 oldest man William 86 youngest boy Howard 3 youngest girl Sara 6 longest married and Howard 54 years shortest married and Billy nine years coming the longest dis tance and Chuck Walth Birdsong Texas Laureate Upsllon Texas Laureate Upsilon Sorority of Beta Sigma Phi met 11 at the home of Jean Linda Dictert received the ritual of Jewels and was welcomed into the The Christmas Party will be held at the Smokehouse at on members will go to Diane Martins for coffee and dessert and to exchange Christmas The Annual Garage Sale will be from 8 until noon 16 at Deanie Cholletts Workers are asked to be there at Everyone was asked to bring food for the food bank to the Janu ary After the meeting the members made napkin rings for the hospital to use during the Thanksgiving and Christmas Prochazka American Legion Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary to the Ameri can Unit met 7 with Delia calling the meeting to Ardith community service encouraged all to fly their flags on Veterans Dorisse Krue girl state reported that Girl State Citizen Denise Cordova made Whos Who in High A resolution was read to endorse Sammy 14th District vice presi for 199294 14th District presi Barbara 14th District endorsed for 3rdDivi sion president at the Bishop A Toy Shower will be held at the December meeting for the Childrens Emergency All members are asked to bring a Activities 14 Mens Garden Club of New Braunfels is scheduled to meet at at the Victoria Bank and Trust North 1000 Walnut Bob Webster of the San Antonio Orchid Society will present a program on growing Visitors will be Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 at 1142 Call 6204354 or Parenting program Parents Posi tive Practical Approach to Children begins at 7 at Teen 1414 San Antonio The prog ram is open to single church and other Call Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie conducts Bingo at 7 at the Eagles 257 South New Braunfels Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quar tet Singing in America meets at at First Baptist Visitors Knights of Columbus business meeting at at the council Comal County Community Band rehearses at at the Canyon High School band Call 6258081 or CoDependents Anonymous of Canyon Lake will meet at 8 at Andrews Lutheran Church activity Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 at 361 San Antonio on the second Call 6204354 or 15 National Association of Retired Federal Employees Chapter 666 will meet at at the Senior Citi zens 665 for a program on the Retired Senior Volunteer Prog ram community service Vis itors are t New Braunfels Woodcarvers meets from at the new Senior Citizens 655 Landa Call VFW Post Peace is the place for bingo at 7 Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 and at 1142 Call 6204354 or AlAnon meets at 1142 Eikel at 7 Call 6204354 or New Braunfels CoDependents Anonymous meets at 8 at 894 Loop 337 North at Garden Park Cen Call 6252125 or Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 at 361 San Antonio on the second Call 6204354 or 16 The CISD Tax Payers Association invites concerned taxpayers in the Comal Independent School District to a meeting scheduled for 2 in the Sattler VFW located on FM2673 and River The topic of the meeting will be obtaining signatures for the groups petition for an election to allow registered CISD voters to vote for or against a property tax roll For more call 6203032 and leave a Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 at 1142 Call 6204354 or Parenting Parents Positive Practical Approach to Child ren begins at at Teen Con 1414 San Antonio The program is open to single church and other organiza Call Comal County Satellite Support Group dedicated to human growth meets at at the Oaraa Street across from McKenna Memorial Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 at 361 San Antonio on the second Call 6204354 or Sunday 17 Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 11 and 8 at 1142 Womens group meets at 4 Call 6204354 or New Braunfels Elks Lodge sponsors a dance at the lodge at 353 Seguin from 610 Spring Branch Sons of Hermann will meet at for a regular meeting and election of Stew DEAR ABBY My husband un derwent multiple bypass surgery a year and hes rapidly falling back into his old habits of working too long and too Im afraid he is soon going to be back to the state of health he was in when he got that heart He is in his late 60s and is still a He is holding down two fulltime jobs being the perfec tionist he he tries to excel at Forget He has a stationary bicycle at the foot of his bed that hes had for two and its as good as The reason Im writing is that some of my friends have told me that you had a poem in your column titled Slow Me and I would like to get a copy so I can have it blown up and framed and hung over his He has promised that if I get it for he will read it every day and try to slow Please SKEETER11 IN SOUTH CAROLINA DEAR The poem was written by Wilferd and I hope your hus band can slow down long enough to read And here it is SLOW ME LORD Slow me Lord Ease the pounding of my heart By the quieting of my Steady my harried pace With a vision of the eternal reach of Give Amidst the confusions of my The calmness of the everlast ing Break the tensions of my nerves With the soothing music of the sighing streams That live in my Help me to know The magical resoring power of Teach me the art Of taking minute vacations of slowing down to look at a flower To chat with an old friend or to make a new one To pat a stray dog To watch a spider build a web To smile at a child Or to read a few lines from a good Remind me each day That the race is not always to the swift That there is more to life than increasing its Let me look upward Into the branches of the tow ering oak And know that it grew slowly and Slow me And inspire me to send my roots deep Into the soil of lifes enduring values That I may grow toward the stars Of my greater Oratorical contest is open to students New Braunfelsarea high school students have been invited by Ameri can Legion Comal Post 179 to compete for college scholarships in the annual National Oratorical Con said Hugh project For more call the post at the New Braunfels High School office at Talbott at 6251472 or Chairman Cecil Konkel at District competition is scheduled for 11 in Students will present 810 minutes of prepared ora tion On the Constitution and the duties of citizens to the Lordy Lordy LOOK Whos Happy Birthday Ingrid Love Helen will be served after the Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 at San Antonio on the second Call 6204354 or 18 New Braunfels Republican Womens Club is scheduled to meet at at the Victoria Bank and Trust North 1000 Walnut for a general business meeting and a report on the state Republican Womens New Braunfels CoDependents Anonymous meets at noon at 894 Loop 337 North at Garden Park Cen Call 6252125 or Cancer Support Group meets from at Victoria Bank and Trust North 1000 Walnut Call Susan Hilton at Overeaten Anonymous meets at 7 at McKenna Memorial Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 at 1142 Call 6204354 or AIAnon meets at 1142 Eikel at 8 Call 6204354 or Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 at 361 San Antonio on the second Call 6204354 or 19 New Braunfels Garden Club is scheduled to meet at 2 in the home of Becky 19 Minion The Comal Flower Shop will preient a program on holiday Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxili ary it scheduled to meet at 6 at Eaglet Hall for a birthday nipper hon oring State Madam President Helen Waxier and all members with days In October and Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 at 1142 Call 6204354 or American Association of Retired Persons meets at the Senior Citizens 655 Coffee and refreshments at 9 Regular meet ing at TODAYS ENERGY EFFICIENT HOMES In sign language this means lower electric Good Cents homes are built for energy efficiency from the 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