New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 3, 1996, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 03, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 3, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 8A O Herald-Zeitung O Sunday, November 3,1996Club Notes Pictured are Frances Marquis, director of the Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture, Sally Erlman, guest speaker on English white ironstone, and Sara Hayfield, program chairwoman of the docents. The docents of the Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture met Sept. 30 at the Holiday Inn to participate in a training session on English white ironstone. Sally S. Erdman from Denton presented an informative program using some examples from her 1,000-piece collection of white ironstone to show the different styles and patterns of that 19th century china. Mrs. Erdman, assisted by her husband, Howard Erdman, showed a video on the history of making white ironstone, tracing the art from its beginning to the present time. All the information presented to the docents will be useful in giving tours to visitors because the museum has one of the largest white ironstone collections in Texas. The Preceptor Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Carol Martin on Oct. 14; Nadya Lehmann served as co-hostess. Kathy Fischer gave a slide presentation on the Children’s Shelter and expressed special appreciation to the local Target store for its contribution of clothing items for the shelter. Jody Reddell gave the City Council report. The fall social will be a scavenger hunt, followed by dinner at Joan Blankenbccker’s home. Hostesses include Kay Franklin, Joan, Jan Engel, Laverne Johnson, Cheryl McDougald, Jody Reddell, Connie Stott and hee Tucker. pix - Picture is Mary Louise Barr, Garden Club Woman of the Year, with her 6-foot floral design exhibited in Dallas at the spring convention of National Council in May 1995. the arrangement is a reproduction of the winning exhibit at the 1994 Chelsea Flower Show in London. The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary 2999 met for their social meeting Oct. 21 with 22 members present. Initiation was held for Melva Schaefer in honor of Wurstfest chairmen and workers. One application was read for a new member. A petition was signed to restore the Vema Funke column to the Eagle Magazine. Sick and Visiting chairman reported on sick members Alice Seeliger, Lillian Heideman, Mary Louise Spears and Earlene Janssen. Sunshine chairman reported food trays were made for the families of Howard Schaefer and Roy Haecker. It was voted to send $200 to both the Golden Eagle Fund and Alzheimer’s Fund. The purchase of a new carpet for the Wurstfest booth was approved. Lori Hollowcll will furnish a shuttle for Wurstfest workers. Please call her to make arrangements. A social with ice cream sodas followed the meeting. St. Ann's Christian Mother’s Society of Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church held its monthly meeting at 2 p.m. Oct. 17 at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Barbara Chichester, new member, along with 46 regular members, was in attendance. Evelyn Tait, program chairman, introduced the guest speaker, Carol Belton. Carol is retired vice president of Tenneco Oil in Houston. He has been on the State Republican Executive Committee for IO years and was Republican precinct chairman in Houston for 14 years. Carol gave a wonderful, nonpartisan speech. He shared a story of how his wife, Gerry, became involved in politics. Her relatives were German people in Germany and Carol asked them how Hitler had gotten so powerful and taken over these very nice people. How did it happen? Their reply was, “the people did nothing.” We cannot sit by and “do nothing.” It is a duty and a privilege to vote. It is so important for all of us to exercise this right. It’s our own fault if we do not know enough about the various candidates. Seek out the information and vote. Carol gave the qualifications to vote. He stated some big differences between the two parties. Take your time; there are people there who will assist you to make the voting easier. Frances Halbadier has cards for $5 each. These are spiritual remembrances for birthdays, marriage, sympathy, anniversary, birth, recovery, graduation, etc. The cards are from the Assumption Seminary in San Antonio. Those who are interested can call Frances at 625-4442. Veronica Erben explained that the purpose of the evergreen wreath is an old tradition for a fond farewell to a member of our organization who passes away. Camelita Horan read an article from the San Antonio newspaper, “Country can’t afford second Clinton term.” An excerpt from the article says, “The only question we have to answer to ourselves, our children and our grandchildren is: Can we afford four more years of this? I think not,” written by Tom Shumaker. Our next meeting will be noon Nov. 21 at the Knights of Columbus Hall. It will be the Thanksgiving covered dish luncheon. The club will furnish the turkey, dressing and gravy, and Dorothy Moose will be in ESCORTED TOURS INCREDIBLE JOURNEYS,INC. I A TEXAS BASED COMPANY Wonderland of Lights Dec. 4-7 Dickens on the Strand Dec. 6-8 Branson Christmas Shows Dec. 12-16 New Orleans Christmas Dec. 16-20 Caribbean Christmas Cruise Dec. 22-29 Tournament of Roses Parade Dec. 29-Jan. 2 Australia/New Zealand April 10-29, 1997 , . . .......... CALL l-80gt777-S092 }t (Sasebo Collection Phyllis Schertz German/Bavarian Boutique • Ladies • Mens • Childrens Clothing Gifts/Steins/Jewelry New Braunfels • 609-0749 Located in the Clothes Tree • 453 W. San Antonio Street V • Which Texas Judge was rated "Best-Qualified” by an overwhelming 89% in this year's official State Bar Poll? “/ have been honored to serve on the Court of Appeals. My commitment to the people of Texas is the same now as it has always been: to exercise fairness, integrity, and strict independence on the Court. I hope you will cast your vote for me on November 5.” Judge Jimmy Carroll Chief Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals That's because Judge Carroll BELIEVES IN: •A TOUGH, NO-NONSENSE APPROACH TO DANGEROUS CRIMINALS •Upholding the highest ethical STANDARDS AT ALL TIMES Judge Carroll’s name will appear in the middle of your ballot, immediately after your state representative candidates. J lid tie Jiminy AN OUTSTANDING TEXAS JUDGE! charge of this. Members are asked to provide the other dishes. If you would like, bring the recipe for the dish you provide. Msgr. (^’Callaghan spoke briefly and was pleased to announce that a detailed brochure is being prepared, with a cost breakdown of everything, for the new addition to church and school. This brochure will provide a complete list of items so people can have the opportunity to be benefactors for some of these items if they so desire. He is elicited, and things are looking very positive, with good comments coming in. Your thoughts or comments are welcome by the building committee. Msgr. (^’Callaghan closed the meeting with a prayer. S.O.S. Inc. Food Bank Board of Directors met Oct. 21 at 248 Merriweather for their regular monthly IO a.m. meeting. Directors present were Gladys Bartling, First Protestant; Bill Doolittle, First United Methodist; Sanford and Emma Crabill, Eastside Baptist; Inez Fortson, Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic; Melba Wetz and Betty Drawe, New Braunfels Presbyterian; Jim Saegert, Peace Lutheran; Lindel Bittick and Frances Harmon-Baird, Oakwood Baptist; Martin and Olga Huber, Cross Lutheran; Dail Wells, St. John’s Episcopal; Bonnie Collins, St. Paul Lutheran; and Frances Turn to Club Notes, Page 9A The Deals are Better at Becker 1994 Plymouth Acclaim 4 Door, 4 Cyl, A/Trans, A/C, Tilt Cruise, AM/FM Cass Stereo, P/Locks White 1995 Ram 3500 15 Passenger Wagon Dual A/C, SLT, P/Windows, P/Locks, 360 V8, A/Trans, AM/FM Cass Radio Several to Choose From! 1990 Jeep Cherokee 4 Door, 6 Cyl, A/Trans, A/C, Cassette, Fog Lights, Luggage, Tilt White 1995 Mazda B3000 Cab Plus V6, 5 Spd, AZC, Airbag, Bedlinen Alum Wheels, Cassette White 9,100 Miles TopQuotity Top Quality USED CARS 1992 Ford F150 Custom 6 Cyl, 5 Speed, A/C, Tilt, Cruise, Cassette, Styled Steel Wheels, Dual Tanks, Short Bed 62,5000 Miles White ecker Motor Company Used Cars. 1991 OMC Suburban V8, A/Trans, Sunscreen, Dual A/C, Tilt, Cruise, Cassette, Running Boards 65,500 Miles Light Blue 1995 Chrysler Lebaron GTC Convertible 2 Door, A/Trans, AZC, Tilt, Cruise, P/Windows, P/Locks, Defroster, Infinity Cassette, Leather Interior Black with Tan Top Becker Motor Company 547 S. Seguin New Brim ii IV Is, Tx 606-3463 I-X00-87M-2621 19% Neon Highline 4 Cyl, 4 Door, A/Trans, A/C, Stereo, Defroster, Dual Airbags 12,000 Miles Green 1992 Oldsmobile Regency Elite 4 Door, V6, A/Trans, Tilt, ’mise, P/Windows, P/Locks ’ast Aluminum Wheels, A/C 51,750 Miles Dark Blue 1993 Ford Aerostar V6, Dual A/C, A/Trans, Cruise, Tilt, Cassette, Sunscreen, I Passenger, Luggage Rack Green 19% Dodge Stratus 4 Cyl, 4 Door,P/Locks, A/Trans, AJC, Tilt, Cruise, Cassette, P/Windows, Fold Down Rear Seatback White J *    Tem jAiaud nmmni NEW BRAUNFELS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY THANK YOU SPONSORS FOR A SUCCESSFUL SPAGHETTI SUPPER ll CASH DONATIONS: Becker Motor'Co., Norwest Bank, Longhorn Propane, Texas Homeplace Mortgage 9 FOOD & SERVICE DONORS: J's Boathouse Restaurant, Pizza Hut, Diamond-Rite Products Co., HEB, Ryan's Family Steakhouse, Domino's Pizza, New Braunfels Smokehouse, Mr. Gatti's, Bella Cucina SILENT AUCTION DONORS: Miscellaneous Steel Industries, Schlitterbahn, Ernesto's Jewelry Factory, Shay's Hair Studio, Johnson Furniture Co./lnnerworks, Retreat Salon, China & Things, J-K Jewelers, Pfaltzgraff, Rockin' "R" River Rides, True Value Hardware, Guadalupe Smoked Meat, Accents, Barkel, Inc., Blue Skies, Karen Watkins, Linda McMillan, Terry Mayer, Marcia Johnson Longaberger Consultant, J & R Gymnastics, Kim Thigpen, Kirkwood Portrait Gallery, Westhaven Academy of Karate, Chuckwagon Enterprises, Mission Valley Textiles, Forget-Me-Not River Inn, The Collection, The Cottage, Fitz & Floyd, Maxwell Chevrolet-Geo, Rhoads Interiors, Oneida, Front Porch Antiques, Country Line Fashions, Hoffmann Floors, Live Oak Homes, Acco Feeds, KGNB/KNBT Radio, Texas State Optical, Sheila Orr, Tara Beauchamp, Barbara Wilson, J. C. & Vivian Reagan, Reagan Wilson, Russ McDonald DOOR PRIZE DONORS: Tex-All Boat Co., Luby's Cafeteria, Granzin's Meat Market, Comprehensive Fitness, First Commercial Bank, Bradzoil Ten-Minute Change, Blinders Hair Salon, Librado's Mexican Food Restaurant, Artesia Water, Becker Motor Co., Oma's Haus Restaurant, Treetops Riverside Grille, Gristmill Restaurant, Goodyear Auto Service Center, John's Warehouse, Rennert Travel, Texas Commerce Bank, San Marcos Skate Center, Quick Align, Bluebonnet Motors, Tom & Sylvia Phipps, Popeye's, Naegelln's Bakery, Comal Flower Shop, Bug-a-Meister, John Minatrea, Back to Nature, Canyon Animal Clinic OTHER DONORS:    y Colortyme, Target, Wal-Mart, Live Oak Homes, High-Brehm Hats, Lenise's Floral Creations, Land-Tex Title Co., Hoffmann Financial Services, Texas Electric, Dairy Queen, Sonic, McDonald's, Whataburger, Wendy's, Little Cesser's, Prime Source, Coleman, Coca-Cola, Tree of Life Fellowship, St. John's Episcopal Church, First Baptist Church, Simply Nails, Sheep Shop, Bradzoil Ten-Minute Change, Garden Ridge Pottery, Papa John's Pizza ;