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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday July 17 Club Notes Catholic Daughters CommtttM members that purchased a holy water sprinkler for Mgr OCallaghan Tarry Burto Sally DeViney Vera Rlgga and Daloraa Burch Catholic Daughters Tuesday June 7 the Cathdic Daugh ters held a covered dish meal in St Marys Hall honoring our priests and deacons and their wives to say thank you for the service and guidance they provide The evening began with Msgr Edward Bily saying Mass followed by a delicious meal The Catholic Daughters presented Msgr Eugene OCallaghan with a new holy water sprinkler to replace the much used old one Committee mem bers were Terry Burto Sally DeViney Vera Riggs and Delores Burch SOS Food Bank The regular meeting of SOS Inc Food Bank board of directors was held June Those directors present were Howard Beutler Peace Luther an Lindel Bittick Oakwood Baptist Gladys Bailing First Protestant Ange line Borgfeld St Paul Lutheran Bill Doolittle First Methodist Betty Drawe New Braunfels Presbyterian Myra Ebert Sts Peter Paul Catholic Elmo Fischer Faith United Church of Christ Inez Fortson Sts Peter Paul Catholic Frances Harmon Oakwood Baptist Carl Thurman First Baptist Dorothy Weems Eastside Baptist and Elinor Wells St Johns Episcopal SOS Inc Food Bank is planning a coffee to honor the volunteers and interested citizens of New Braunfels on I Our new Turkey Monterrey Melt isthebestintoivn Lunch MonSat Catholic Daughters Regent Sally DeViney presents Mgr Eugene OCallaghan with a new holy water container the sixth anniversary July 18 from 10 11 in the new SOS Inc Food Bank building at 248 Merriweather Street SOS Inc Food Bank wishes to acknowledge with deep appreciation for May donations from the follow ing Tree Tops Restaurant Post Office Popeyes Texas Warehouse GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave Inside The Book Trader 185S SeguinAve New Braunfels 6295044 You CANT SHELTER KIDS FROM LIFE BUT YOU CAN SHELTER THEM FROM THE SUN CALL FOR A FREE BROCHURE 18003225454 DAILY LOTTING TruAto SdmntMfftr EJ Doily 730 ED 1240 500 QUTF1ELD DAILY OCNNII HOPMK JL W9LF NICHOLSON PFEIFFER EJ BIOWMV IS THE DAILY I fTcTTI BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS DAILY jMnrw pi 0 Academy CHIISERI CHEESERI 2 Ptaaa Loaded VPUh Cheese 4 2 Toppings KEJJIJ 2 Pizzas wkh Pepperool More of What You Wantu Guaranteed PEMERONI 2 Ptzzis Leaded With Neuiy 100 Pieces of Pepperool SUPREi SUPREJ NEW BRAUNFELS Antonio Walnut 8207171 SEQUIN Comer of Court 4 Moss 3794191 Gay Forties Club for Gay Forties Club Junt party at Inn Ruth Fischer Woodward Anny Kslshelmer and Lewis Wuests John Deschner ADM Milling Fitst Baptist St Johns Episcopal Oakwood Baptist Sts Peter Paul Catholic New Braunfels Presbyterian First Methodist Peace Lutheran St Paul Lutheran Cross Lutheran Auxiliary Eagle Auxiliary June 1994 Cleo Jones was installed as vice president and Bernice Ebensberger as Outside Guard of the Auxiliary The Auxiliary voted to have four birthday parties during the Eagle year and two membership parties and past presidents to have the Bingo Kitchen every fifth Thursday Clare Peterson was appointed as auditor and Bernice Ebensberger as publicity chairman Seven members were dropped from the membership list Bob Schima was presented a plaque from Grand of his participation in the Art Contest sponsored by the Auxiliary The Fall Leadership Conference will be held in San Antonio in October Five of the delegates to the State Convention gave their reports The State Project for the Lions Childrens Camp raised to reconstruct the Eagles Trail that has deteriorated over the last several years Adelene Row was elected State Con ductor and also received Woman of the Year Award Carol Oietels Activity Book for President Barbara Alves received second place Sick and Visiting Committee report on Lola Dischinger Elsie Kneupper Maxine Furst Lena Elley Teska Marksmann Elizabeth Wohlfahrt Frances Hal berdier and Debbie Hester Family Outreach Family Outreach held their monthly board meeting on June 9 The focus of the meeting was on upcoming fund raising possibilities Two prospective new board members were introduced Chad Israel an aircraft maintenance engineer and David Friesenhahn an Assistant County Attorney On June 12 Family Outreach vol unteers and board members attended a summer social On June 15 the nominating com mittee and planning committee met Board members were nominated for officer positions on the board The nominees will be announced at the Gay Forties Club Hostesses Lorene Rledel Marie Jarlsch and Tamrny Pfeutfer at the Gay Forties Club party at Gruene Inn next board meeting The planning committee discussed the upcoming Annual Board Meeting and ways to get volunteers involved in the meet ings Volunteer appreciation ideas were also discussed The next board meeting is sched uled for August Anyone inter ested in becoming a member is wel comed to attend or call 6201299 Friedens Church Friedens Church located in Geroni mo Texas held its annual major fund raiser for their building fund projects June The fish fry meal the craft store cake sales childrens fun booths as well as the auction of donated items was extremely successful The church body wishes to thank those persons both member and nonmembers who participated in this fundraiser for their support and hard work There was fine food fun laughter intermingled with an effective fundraising project The fellowship at Friedens fills the air with warmth and good cheer Thanks be to God and to all the friends of Friedens Gay Forties Club Dr James Lewis welcomes mem bers Madelyn Harris and Ruth Doeppenschmldt to the Gay Forties Party at the Gruene Inn Starlight Ballroom Dance Club The Starlight Ballroom Dance Club held their Patriotic Dance on July 9 at the Eagles Hall Music was provided by the Little The hall was decorated with an American flag i theme The Best Pizza In Fast Feast Buffet Dinner Pasta Salad liar Dessert We love parties Coll to reserve one of our three party rooms Three Giant Screen TYs The intimate Family Fnn Ilace Now lecturing Hie laiest greatest iainily games JOTTf K K KKlO Sattifand WE DEI Pizza Subs Salads SpaGutii Diinks and Dutch Apple Treat 6255165 Wnlnut Square Center 11135 al Avc Ncxv Druiutfcls How NBU Residential Rates Compare With Those of Other Utilities The following comparison of residential rates charged by 13 Electric Utilities were compiled from statistics released by the Public Utility Commission of Texas The amounts shown are for 1000 Kwh and include fuel and other related costs In order that our customers may make comparisons of NBU charges we have included them and the order in which they represent i JUNE 4BalliiM 41 New Braunfels Utilities Southwestern Public Service City Public Service Board Bluebonnet Electric Coop GVEC G2 All Electric Rate City of Austin Pedemales Electric Coop GVEC Gl ResidentialFarm Rate Gulf States Utilities West Texas Utilities Texas 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