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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 11, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas CHeraldZeitung O Sunday February page 1B People Andrea Michelle Johnson Brand Lynn Chapman Alison Claire Damarodas daughter of Mr Mrs Floyd Chapman daughter of Mr Mrs Robert escorted by Brandon Gold Damarados son of Mr and Mrs Dana Gold escorted by Kelly Garza son of Mr Mrs Peter Garza Shawn Elyse Lindsey Amy Jo Rector Carolyn Frances Melick daughter of Mrs Paula Bredewater daughter of Mr Mrs Ken Rector daughter lf Mr Mrs Gary Johnson daughter of Mr Mrs Carlos Melick Mr Gil Lindsey escorted by Klint Kingsbury son of Mr Mrs Tim Kingsbury escorted by Steven Rodriguez son of Mr Mrs Robert Rodriguez escorted by Tan Byerley son of Mrj Mrs William Byerley escorted by Austin Miller son of Mr Mrs Don Miller Kelly Rae McKean daughter of Mr Mrs Charles McKean escorted by Bradley Clark son of Mr Mrs Jerry Lee Clark Kimberly Michele Engler daughter of Mr Mrs Kyle Engler escorted by Jason Hahn Son of Mr Mrs David Hahn Jana Lynn Martin daughter of Rev Mrs Fred Martin escorted by Grant Hill son of Mr Mrs Johnny Hill Kristina Elaine Guillicn daughter of Mr Mrs Atanacio C Guillen escorted by Christopher Easley son of Mr Mrs Tom Easley Gloria Angelica Cantu daughter of Mr Mrs Jamie Cantu escorted by Frank Mitchell son of Mr Mrs Robert Mitchell Emily Elizabeth McGuffey daughter of Mr Mrs Clay McGuffey escorted by Luke Burke son of Dr Mrs George Burke Devin Lea Cobb daughter of Mr Mrs Patrick Cobb escorted by Nicholas Ploch son of Mr Mrs Greg Ploch On the evening of Feb 17 at the New Braunfels Civic Center the MidTexas Symphony debu tantes will be formally introduced Presented by their fathers the young ladies will accomplish the traditional Texas Bow and dance the first waltz of the evening with their fathers After this perfunctory dance the debutantes will dance away the rest of the evening with their handsome escorts The theme of the MidTexas Symphony Ball for this year will be the Jewel Ball with richly colored decorations comple menting the beautifullydressed debutantes their handsomelytuxedoed escorts and the for mallyattired guests The evening ends a whirlwind of activity for the MidTexas Symphony debutantes Since for mally accepting an invitation to be a debutante last April the young ladies have attended con certs teas luncheons workshops and parties in anticipation of their formal debut on Feb 17 The MidTexas Symphony sponsors these young ladies in a deliberate attempt to nurture a love and appreciation for classical music which hopefully will continue as these young ladies mature With this purpose as a guide many peo ple strive to make the MidTexas Symphony Debutante Ball a successful finale to a busy year for the members and supporters of the MidTexas Symphony Koryn Fay Wunderlich daughter of Mr Mrs Ronald Wunderlich escorted by Nathan Sloan son of Mr Mrs Larry Sloan Leigh Nevitt Eldred daughter of Ms Lynn Eldred escorted by Dustin Savage son of Mr Mrs Robert Savage Melissa Anne Grein daughter of Mr Mrs James Grein escorted by Adam Goode son of Mr Mrs Jerry L Goode Tiffany Nicole Brandt daughter of Mr Mrs Donald Brandt escorted by Donald Brandt son of Mr Mrs Donald Brandt Patricia Renee Morris daughter of Mr Mrs Marvin Morris escorted by Graham Ketchum son of Mr Mrs Hal Ketchum Rhiannon Nicole Schindler daughtei of Mr Mrs Marc Rhodes escorted by James Heyden son of Mrs Richard Heyden Virginia Joele Marie Barranco daughter of Mr Mrs Ben Barranco escorted by Brette Parrish son of Mr Mrs Daniel Parrish Sabrina Elizabeth McDonald daughter of Mr Mrs Michael McDonald escorted by Richard McDonald son of Mr Mrs Richard McDonald Elizabeth Anne Weisman daughtei of Mr Mrs John Weisman escorted by Jerry Van Noy son of N r Eric Van Noy and Mrs Marian 1aynter
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