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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 23, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas November 2001 HKUALnZKlTUNG Page 7A AROUND TOWN Contact Features lulitor Betty Taylor at 625 DEAR ABBY Thoughtful gifts for seniors are those that last all year long DEAR ABBY Its the time of year to consider what to buy people for Christinas As a senior who also is I would like you to know about one of the nicest gifts I ever Last my neighbors presented me with a calen They told me to circle one day each month when they could take me out to I selected the They pick me up and take me to a nice restaurant I could never I greatly enjoy their Each time I get into their car even hi July I wish them a Merry SENIOR IN RICHMOND OHIO DEAR SENIOR What a terrific It seems no sooner are the dishes put away from Thanksgiving dinner than its time to start Christmas and Hanukkah And that means its time to publish my list of gift ideas for senior if you plan on sending holiday first let me tell you what NOT to Forget the aftershave and dusting powders unless you havfrfirst checked to see if they are wel1 Scents arehighly distinctive no pun and not every perfume works on every Never give a pet to anyone unless you are absolutely certain the person wants one and is able to properly care for Do not give wine or liquor to people unless youre sure they confec tions and fruitcakes make beautiful gifts for folks who arent count ing but have compassion for those who and dont lead them into With the price of gro ceries going through the many people on fixed incomes would appreciate a gift basket of How about small cans of tuna and chicken Also include assorted fla vored instant herbal soup mixes and Gift certificates are always welcome for gro mani dry restaurant the ater videos and department And dont forget prepaid longdistance calling Not all seniors so bus passes and coupons for senior transportation or taxis are always Largeprint calendars with family marked and personal ized with family photos make useful as do largeprint address books with information transferred from the recipients Payment of utilities for a month or two can be sent directly to the utility then let the recipients know they have extra money to spend as they A cordless phone or answering machine is a handy Club Notes Members of the New Braunfels Garden Club met in the Carriage Haus of the Karbach Haus Bed and Breakfast for lunch and the installation of after the 200th Birthday Celebration of Ferdinand Seated left to right are Dolores program chairman for the Garden Club Lindheimer and Ethel and Barney Standing is Dorothy New Braunfels Garden Club pres Photo submitted Officers of District 10 of the Zonta Club sit next to the display of flags that repre sent countries that have Zonta a total of 72 Photo submitted Receiving awards for the New Braunfels Zonta Club are from Dee New Braunfels Club Maggie McGee of interna tional governor and Mary Frances District 10 Photo submitted win Joanna president of the Zonta Club of New delivers the wel come address to the Amelia Earhart a Zonta tradition at all district confer Photo submitted The Zonta Club of New Braunfels was represented by Joanna president Judy vice president Jane Lackey and Celia Valentine at the District 10 Conference 1820 in League District 10 is composed of five states New Oklahoma and Charted June Zonta Club of New Braunfels is the newest club in the Competing against 28 the New Braunfels Club came away with three There were five categories Public Relations and The New Braunfels Clubs awards were Public Service and Zontas mission is to improve the status of women Membership is comprised of women business managers and professionals in decisionmaking capaci Membership is by invi tation There are more than members represented by 72 For call Celia Valentine at 620 SCOTT MELOTT SAT 9PM DEC 1ST AMERICANA FRI8PM NOV30TH AMERICANA GREAT SAT 9PM DEC 8TH COUNTRY 28 CROSS CANADIAN RAGWEED SAENGERHALLE Off HWY46E New Braunfels 99RS1 8306254255 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Scarlet 5 Meads Island 6 Fish net 7 Woodworking tool 8 Brief farewells 9 Skelchiesl 10 Box 11 Mellower 12 Brash 14 Baby soother 20 Luxurious 22 Out of the wind Greysloke Tarzan 26 boss 27 On available 28 Division word 30 Webbing 32 Borodin prince 11 23 01 2001 UnltocI Fouturo 33 up fill the tank 34 Patricks domain 35 Brawl 38 Milky gemstono 40 Treasury 42 Trellis 43 Sumptuous 45 Reed instrument 46 Clear up 49 Rouses 50 Limber 51 Less cooked 53 Friend 54 Oneedged sword 55 Warehouse pallet 57 for over50s 59 Nuns apparel 60 In classifieds 61 Goon horseback 64 STUMPED Call lor Answers touchHum Rolaiy Phones 19sc poi minuiu 19003709800 code 500
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