New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 14, 1996, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 14, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 14, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung □ Sunday, January 14, 1996 □ 9 A Club Notes showed the members and guests the art of tying a holiday bow. Plans for Arbor Day were finalized with Carole Bartram, chairman, and Mildred Hoffmann, co-chairman. The tree to be planted on Feb. 13 at 2 p.m. will be planted in the children’s playground area of the Landa Park Arboretum in memory of Marie Merrifield, a past club member. A history with pictures of past Arbor Day tree plantings will include the tree planting, location and a biography of the person in whose honor or memory the tree was planted, will be a new project of the club. Guests at the meeting were Judy Rath, Barbara Vackar and Joanne Blanchard. Hostess for the Christmas meeting was Dolores Schumann. A door prize, a red poinsettia, was won by Elvira DePasqual and a white Christmas cactus, donated by Mary Adel Schneider, was won by Nancy Krueger. IO years 1986-1996 Thanks. New Braunfels Jar IO great years. CXw 4(H) weddings later, the price is still the sarru. 5 hours of music, complete u-ith all the extras you've rome to expect, for $150 fet us help make your eiwit a success. Trust the experience of Cross J{oads -Stan Elliott - 210-629-241)4 New Braunfels Service League Members of the New Braunfels Service League’s sustainer group gathered at Jenny Bradley’s home for a ‘Taste of Christmas” party and gift collection. Jenny Bradley (left) and Betta Weichsel stop next to the Christmas tree where members placed their many “Fluff Gifts” to be delivered to the Comal County Women’s Center. Wurstfest Association donates to the Emergency Communications Club Lee Wamke, president of the New Braunfels Emergency Communications Club, accepts a check from Wurstfest president Bob Smith in the amount of $9,500. The EOC members volunteer their time during Wurstfest to man restricted parking areas and coordinate traffic control with local authorities in the area immediately surrounding the festival grounds. This year, club members were on duty a total of 1,979 hours. Save 50% and more on AREA RUGS at Rhoads Interiors 625-3477 943 Walnut New Braunfels por ■ TRAVELm New Braunfels Service League President of the New Braunfels Service League Jeannie Mayo accompanied sustainer members of the league as they delivered a load of “Ruff Gifts” collected from members for distribution to the Comal County Women’s Center. Pictured are Jeannie, Jane Isabel, Cora Jane Welsch and Roxolin Krueger with Karen MacDonald, volunteer coordinator at the Women’s Center. Qsrman-Amsrican Society The German American Society met for their monthly meeting and installation of officers for 1996 at the American Legion Home on Coll Street. Jeanette Eike was installing officer. Officers installed were: Florence K. Riedel, president; Marshall Henderson, president-elect; Hildegarde Brueckner, vice president; Verne Schmidt, treasurer, Eileen Antosh, secretary; Helgard Suhr, past president. Following installation, Sieglinde Schoen Smith gave a presentation about Sister Hummel and showed a 20-minute video about the Hummel Museum. Colonial Dames Comal Springs chapter, Colonial Dames XVII Century, donated the book, “To Maryland From Overseas,” by Harry Wright Newman, to the Dit-tlinger Memorial Library in memory of deceased member Gennie V. Stackhouse. Gennie’s colonial ancestor was John Taylor, of Maryland. T he book will be placed in the genealogical research section of the library and will assist people researching early immigrants who came to the colonies from Scotland, Ireland, France, Germany and England and settled in Maryland. Most of the people listed in the volume were political prisoners fleeing England and chose years of servitude in America in lieu of prison. American Legion Unit #179 The American Legion Unit #179 met Jan. 4 for their monthly meeting. President Patsy Vineyard welcomed Lee Courtade and Billie Crumbrine. Comal Garden Club The Comal Garden Club held its annual Christmas luncheon at the historic Waldrip Haus bed and breakfast. The event was hosted by club officers (I to r): Ruby Miller, Marcia Moore, Jean Harris, Barbara Perry and Laura Behrendt. The club designed and prepared decorations for Kirkwood Manor nursing home for the holidays. After the meeting was opened, secre- Guada Coma Garden Club tary Jean Whiteside read the minutes,    The Guada Coma Garden Club met communication and bills. Betty Kreut-ler gave the treasurer’s report. Della Talbott said membership was at 205, 14 short of quota. Girls State chairman, Dorisse Krueger, reported entry for the first recipient needed to be sent in. A monetary gift was given to the DARE program. The unit will sponsor a Junior Miss candidate. Mid-winter conference will be Feb. 1-4 in Austin. Kitty was won by Billie Crumbrine. The Christmas decorations were taken down after the meeting. Next meeting is Feb. I at 7:30 p.m. at the home of the president, Dolores Schumann, on Dec. 12. Lenise Brown, owner of Lenise’s Floral Creations, SAVE on airline tickets. (MT. TODAY TOR DETAILS 15 Doctor’s discovery may end obesity HILTON HEAD, S C. - A doctor has discovered that an ingredient found in a small fruit grown in Asia, combined with an ingredient praised by the U.S. Department of Agriculture can help cause significant weight loss. In a study published in a prestigious American medical journal, Dr. Anthony A. Conte, M D. reported that the formula, now called Bio-Max .KWK), caused patients to lose more than twice as much weight as a control group on the same fat reduced diet Neither group was instructed to de crease the amount of food they ate or to increase their exercise levels. An ai tide published in\hc American Journal of Clinical Nutrition confirms that you don't have to reduce the amount of food you eat to lose weight, provided that you limit the tat. Scientists suggest that the mechanism behind the weight reduction includes decreasing sugar cravings and interruption of the "Krebs Cycle ", an important step in the body's tat storage process. "The best part ot this .unique discovery is that it is not a drug, but a safe dietary food supplement" says Dr. Conte. The Asian fruit, called garcmia, is similar to citrus fruit found in the United States with one big exception— it may help some people fight obesity! While Dr. Conte's study may be preliminary, the exclusive North American distributor, Phillips Gulf Corp., is calling the Bio-Max 3000 supplement "Nature's Ideal Diet Aid." According to a spokesperson tor the company, Bio-Max 3000 is now available on a limited basis through pharmacies and nutrition stores or call I-800-729-8446.© i ws Ptviups Gulf Coto Bio-Max 3000 is available locally at: CITY PHARMACY 386 Landa St. Now Braunfels 625-4711 133 Landa Street Jz ini Author's Noir: This stulcmcnt lots not liven a hulled by lite FDA. Itio-Mux .11)00 is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent liny disease. I    sterna    inCoiA Wall to wall Shop now for best selection i£.AjcCC44 OFF MENS SHIRTS... SUITS... SWEATERS... LADIES DRESSES ••• SPORTSWEAR... BLOUSES... Don t miss this opportunity to really save! fvoUtt* I    T[en» JdaAotru 625-3241 204 W. San Antonio Downtown New Braunfels The New Braunfels Service League would like to thank the following businesses and individuals who contributed to $5000 Night, which was held November 15, 1995. Your support helped make the annual event an evening to remember! $5,000 NIGHT PRIZE CONTRIBUTORS Mary Jany Nalley Lenise’s Floral Creations Created Gruene Hall Texas Commerce Bank Bank of America Pete Jurica Antik Haus Comet Cleaners McCoy’s Faust Hotel Hunter Junction Gruene Mansion Inn Simply Nails Best Wishes Hallmark Rockin’ R River Rides Patty Scheel Bradzoil Quick Lube Johnson Furniture/Innerworks Granzin’s Meat Market Merle Norman Pfaltzgraf Outlet Store Comal True Value Hardware Quick Align Pennysaver Schlotzky’s Blinders Salon Subway Sandwiches Tis The Season Jim’s Video Newk’s Tennis Ranch Dr. Larry Graham Centex Office Supply Westhaven Academy of Karate Guadalupe Smoked Meat Company Frances Soechting The Retreat Schlitterbahn Waterpark Plaza Diner Comal Pawn Body Designer Naeglin’s Bakery Gruene Mansion Inn Restaurant Gruene Marketplatz TJ’s Burgers Kristi’s Hallmark Accents Shay’s Hair Salon The William Edge Salon TCBY Bikes and Boards China Kitchen Ernesto’s Fine Jewelry Mail it Plus The Polished Woman T Bar M TSO Paula’s Nails Landa Pharmacy Felger and Friends Old San Fransisco Steak House Radio Shack Dave’s Cleaners For Goodness Sake CiCi’s Pizza Long Horn Grill Landmark Coffee Norwest Bank * Tip Top Cleaners Donut Palace Victoria Bank and Trust Comal Flower Shop Vollbrecht’s Pharmacy Huisache Grill From Here and There Smiling Eyes Photography • Clear River Pecan Co. Opa’s Haus We B Tan Debonair $1.25 Cleaners Margie Ryan Del Marquette Reno The Plant Haus Beall’s Diamond Rite Cotton Eyed Joe Renate’s Grooming Lone Star Country Goods Grist Mill The Hunting Camp Olga Wilson Landa Car Wash Ella’s Emporium Hun/. Decorating Sundance Golf BG Florals Schwab’s Sausage and BBQ Clear Springs Restaurant Hobby Lobby Creekview Veterinary Clinic First State Bank Form You 3 Cactus Flower Buck Pottery Adobe Cafe New Braunfels Smokehouse Chma-n-Thmgs The Collection Blockbuster Video Pewter-n-More Makin’ Waves Hair Station MF Handworks Jane Felts Mauldin Royal Doulton Moe and Joe Schwab Beauty Supply Haus Palace Heights Bushwacker Bette Spain The Athletic Club Adobe Verde Bug Ace Artistic Custom Framing Odorless Cleaners Gruene Outfitters Carla Shipley Bitter and Sweet Catering Sundance Inn Flores Tamales Seguin Peggy Richardson at Classically Mark ’s Cookies png rn ’ ) ,*■..... Love, Grandma & Grandpa MUM SEAFOOD1 SUNDAY Seafood Platter or All-U-Can Eat JSM loafotd Platter ptak.* l!25 Call 629-3311 For Pick-up Window I ll/ IVoiKil Shrimp............ I 2 Bl.vt kl m il ( 11 f,>li Plat Ut.. H I i ijiK Shrimp Party Platier 12 S I ;

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