New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 31, 1996, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 31, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 31, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas FINAL WEEKEND! —MIW WW IMI £9 WW IV •22-nutton remote •Smart Sound •Smart Picture • 181 channel capability •Sleep timer Menu display TR2512C Ucb Ut Price $449.99 70-166 4/5 litional cherry el Features tight back with 4 throw pillows. Covered in taupe jacquard fabric. Lack* List Price $999.99 90-095-0 Club Notes Garden Club: Caroline Kilkenny, Nolen, second vice president; Uz Coker, president Jean harris Comal Avenue in New for the ing and luncheon were Helen Lucille Douma and Gene Rush. [The officers for the 1996-97 club ’ were installed. ' Special guests for die luncheon and I dedication were members of the Society, official care-i of the Lindheimer Home. [The chib will meet informally June I at 11:15 at the Pinto Ranch Grill —Sue McFeeleyKAgtos Auxillary I The Eagles Auxiliar business meet-fcig was held Monday, May 6, with 29 members. Five membership applications were voted and accepted— and the candidates were to be initiated Monday, May 20. Report was given by the Rummage Sale Committee stating that after the sale was over, articles left over were donated to the Women’s Shelter, Community Service Center and Senior Cit-v* inerts Center. Reports were made by ; im standing committees, including the ; Bingo Kitchen chairman. Sick and Visiting chairman reported do five members. The Auxiliary voted ; todiave the Mother’s Day Program : Munday, May 27; to send the retiring I president as a delegate to the National Convention in Las Vegas; to purchase * t special pbque to be presented at a later (date by the trustee of 1995-% on " behalf of the Auxiliary. The follow- > ipg officers have been elected fix 1996-97 and will be installed Tuesday, May 28, at 7:30 p.m.: President DeDe Young, Vice President Jo Mutchler, Conductor Barbara Alves, Chaplain Orillian Brietzke, Secretary Carol Dietel, Treasurer Lorene Hollowed Inside Guard Elsa Glenewinkel, Outride Guard Rose Jentsch; Trustees Patsy Shirley, Geo Jones, Shirley Jarisch; Junior Post President Adelene Row, and the honorary office of Auxiliary Mother will be filled by Lorene Hol-lowell. —Bernice Ebensberger, Eagles publicity chairmanDaughters of thv American Revolution The Captain James Jack Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, finished their 1995-% season observing the historical phase of their three-fold purpose. The May meeting was initiated in the elegant ancestral home of the Kar-bachs of New Braunfels. Mary Frances Colson performed her duties as regent for the last time. Dit Justice, vice regent elect, gave the opening prayer. Mary Warren reported on the awards ceremony in which the local chapter participates each year. Vice Regent Melba Shaw (who arranged for the most interesting meeting place) thanked the DAR hostesses: Nancy David, Pat Jensen and Carol Karbach Leissner. They provided luscious refreshments and served them in the gracious manner in keeping with the perfection of the surroundings. Kathleen Kaibnch Kinney, who with her husband. Ben Jack, presently operates the lovely home as a bed and breakfast, gave a short history of thor property. Her parents, Dr. Hyfanar Karbach Sr. and his wife, Katherine, bought the home in 1938. Katherine was a member of the DAR, as is her daughter, Carole Karbach Leissner. Carole, Kathleen and their siblings grew up in the house. Mrs. Kinney said her husband loved the 90-year-old house as much as she did and he had spent many hours in bringing it to its present immaculate condition. She also mentioned that the delicious gourmet coffee we were enjoying was given by Coffee With Enhancements, one of New Braunfels’ newer businesses. At the close of die meeting, a fir too short period was spent on enjoying some of the treasures of the Kar-bachs’ yesteryears. The group then proceeded to the unique Fred Wagenfuehr Museum. This talented gentleman was one of five barbers of the same name drat have served New Braunfels in the past Barney and Ethel Canion were our genial guides for this inspiring adventure. It was revealed that Fred Wagenfuehr had spent only one night out of New Braunfels in his entire life. He did, however, travel to many foreign and distant lands through his friends and his own research. He was an accomplished artist, involved in many facets of this avocation. It would seem that his collections were so extensive they could not be frilly appreciated in one visit Before the Daughters closed the books on the 1995-% season, they enjoyed a congenial meal at the Gruene Mansion Inn. — Mary Frances Colson, regentAmerican Legion The American Legion Unit 179 met May 2 for their monthly meeting. President Patsy Vineyard opened the meeting and called for committee reports. Secretary Jean Whiteside, Treasurer Betty Kruetler and Cheer Chairman Myrtle Nolte gave their reports. Della Talbott, first vice president, reported membership at 220 and repented on the District 14 Meeting at Cuero. June Weiland reported on the Past President Parly and a plaque will be purchased for the PPP. Their next meeting will be at Capparelli’s July 2. Poppy Chairman Dorothy Ballantine said fee Pictured nt the historic Masonic Grand Lodge of Texas cornerstone leveling for the Cornel Independent School District ave (L-R), front row: Very L McKlbbin, R.W. District Deputy Grand Master (39A), San Antonio; Awol Willingham, R.W. Grand Treasurer of the Grand Lodge of Texas; John E. (Jack) Kelly, R.W. Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Texas; Harry G. Cunningham (Most Worshipful Grand Master Pro Temp) R.W. Senior Warden of the Grand Lodge of Texaa; bock row: Dan IC. Krueger, President, GSD Board of Trustees; Dr. Jerry Ma|or, GSD Superintendent; E. Dole Judge, R.W. Grand Pursuviant of the Grand Lodge of Texas; and Frank Tamsett, Worshipful Grand Junior Deacon of the Grand Lodge of Texas. GSD Photo Workers Party will be May 26 from 4 to 6 pm Dorisse Krueger, Girls State chairman, said the Girls State and Boys State Orientation will be May 6. Four citizens through the Auxiliary have been accepted. Second Vice President Flo Hoffiirann reported a coffee pot has been donated by Linda Haberman for the kitchen. Hie Auxiliary’s Scholarship recipients are Brooke Fell and Talena Rasmussen from New Braunfels High School. Junior member Jennifer Owens, New Braunfels High School, was fee recipient of the Sammy Kail Memorial Scholarship. The nominating committee reported on the nominees for the 1996-97 year. Tickets were purchased for fee Department’s Ways and Means. Dorothy Ballerine won the kitty. President Vineyard closed the meeting to meet again June 6 at 7:30 pm The July meeting will be July 9 on account of July 4 following tm the first Thursday.Masonic Lodge The Masonic Grand Lodge of Texas conducted the historic ceremonial leveling (or laying) of cornerstones for three new Comal Independent School District schools: Mountain Valley Intermediate School, Canyon Intermediate School, and Adon R. Seay Intermediate School. This was an historical occasion because it was the first time that fee Masonic Grand Lodge of Texas leveled more than one cornerstone and the first time that the Masons have leveled a cornerstone in fee Comal ISD. Several of next year’s fifth and snrih grade Mountain Valley Intermediate School students and approximately 40 Masons were present at the dedication ceremonies. Many Texas schools have cornerstones leveled by the Masons. The tradition, in part, stems from the role of Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar. Lamar became the first elected vice-president of fee Texas Republic in 1836, and was inaugurated as the second president of the Texas nation in 1838. Lamar, a Mason, is known as fee “Father of Education in Texas” due to his role in securing legislation which, in 1839, set aside land for public schools and two universities. Construction of the three new GSD intermediate schools was approved by voters in fee 1994 school bond issue. (The Herald-Zeitung wants news about your club. Submit items to: Herald-Zeitung Club Notes 707 Landa St. New Braunfels, TX 78130 Or fax to: 625-1224. Allow up to three weeks for publication.) 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