New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 4, 1993, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 04, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 4, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1993 HERALD-ZEITUNG 7 Scrapbook Club notea Four Seasons Garden Club Members of the Four Seasons Garden Club plant two Chinquapin Oak trees during its project to landscape the entrance to the Landa Park bathhouse. Later the club will add Asiatic Jasmine trees tothe area. This project is made possible by a grant from New Braunfels Council of Garden Club and funds from the Four Seasons Garden Club's annual fund raiser. Pictured are (back row) Fay George, Mary Ellen Heesche, Tim Dean, park aquatic supervisor;(front row) Lucille Douma, in-coming president; Millie Mader, project chairwoman; Babs Rigby, Alleen Mainline and Gene Rush, current club president. (Photo by Karla Wenzei) Family Outreach of Comal County Volunteers for Family Outreach of Comal County (left to right), Garnet Szurak, Ramona Shafter, Gloria Hughes, Judy Wehe, and Cyndi Foster (kneeling), visit the capital during their recent trip to Austin for Child Advocacy Day. Not shown is Lane Parker, Family Outreach casework manager. TOPS# TX, 1067 TOPS # TX, 1067 members present a style show for other club members and guests. Full Size Fashion at Mill Store Plaza supplied the clothes. Pictured (left to right) are Marie Allman of Full Size Fashions, Janice Vader and Rose Hall, club members, Sharion Chilek of Full Size Fashions, and Virginia Wilson and Mae Haas, club members. GIRL SCOUTS DoriL, mess with Texas. Continued from 6 punishment. After the meeting, constituents met with their representatives at the capitol. Family Outreach Volunteers met with Rep. Edmond Kuemple and with Holly Jackson, administrative aid to Sen. Jeff Wentworth. Canyon Lake Extension Homemakers Club The Canyon Lake Extension Homemakers Club met Jan. 19 at the Fischer Store School Community Center. Club president Marie Burk presided. There were 14 members and four visitors, Betty Griffin, Charlotte Mergen, Anita Cooley and Cynthia Smith, present Jo Landers was hostess for the meeting. Anita Cooley, Valley View Christian Home and Academy, presented the program, The Many Hats that Women Wear” with her sister, Cynthia Smith, assisting. She also gave the background history of the home and told of achievements of some of the children. The Club approved the 1993 goals established by the executive board, the programs for the year, the 1993 budget and the revised by-laws. Plans were made to distribute pamphlets in the community to let our neighbors know about the club and invite them to become members. Jo Landers, chairwoman, reported on the Literacy Committee and submitted a sample of the flyer that has been designed for the Canyon Lake Adult Reading Program. The flyer will be distributed in the community along with the Extension Homemaker^ flyer. Eagles Auxiliar The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary met Jan. 19 for its social meeting. Barbara Alves presided as president. Lone Hollowell was given the final wurstfest. Alves was elected as delegate to the District 111 meeting in Edna Feb. 5 -7. The family night this month will have a puppet show by the Tree of Life and a covered dish supper. The club voted to buy a brick in the memorial walk. Irma Fischer and her group provided refreshments. Jaycees Nil line New Braunfels Jaycees traveled to Austin to participate in the 30th Annual Jaycee Legislative Seminar. The seminar is a mock session of the Texas Legislature in which the Jaycees acted as senators and representatives. Over 250 Jaycees from around the state participated in the event: writing, debating and voting for bills. Often bills passed by the mock legislature preceded passage of similar bills by the real legislature. /a L*f Winter Texans are invited to a "Wurst Dinner" Help us celebrate our 65th anniversary with great food, entertainment, and fellowship at Cross Lutheran Church 169 S. 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