New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 27, 2003, Page 5

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung May 27, 2003

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 27, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, May 27, 2003 — Herald-Zeitung — Page SAAround Town Club Notes Photos submitted Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary No. 2999 honored members for their years of continued service with membership pins. Pictured are Rose Jentsch, 20 years; Adelene Row, FOE Auxiliary president, who presented the awards; and Carol Dietel, 50 years. Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary No. 2999 honored member Helen Estes for 50 years of continued service with a membership pin. Presenting the award is Adelene Row, FOE Auxiliary president. Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary No. 2999 presented $500 scholarships to two local high school seniors. Pictured are Brianna Alves, New Braunfels High School; Carolyn Matykiewics, community service chairman; and Jason Bowden, Canyon High School. Student NewsArchives Anonymous Photo submitted The fifth-grade gifted and talented class at Canyon Intermediate has taken to painting chairs for charity. The students, under teacher Tracy Rogers’ direction, have painted eight chairs to be auctioned during the Children’s Museum’s annual Taste of the Town fund-raiser in September. Students had to research artists and their art style before teaming up to decorate the chairs. The “Chairish Arf unit produced chairs depicting the styles of Edgar Degas, Vincent van Gogh, Georgia O’Keeffe, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall, Frida Kahlo, Georges Seurat and Jackson Pollock. AA-03-38 BY BECKY LOMBARDO Special to the Herald Zeitung We had a pretty successful week. We have about 98 percent identified. The “super” students (AA-03-36) are Heidi Pearson, Cecily Delgado, Lauren Doerr, Debbie Valdez, Leslie Bartram and a student whose first name we believe is Amy. If anyone happens to know Amy’s last name or which school these students attended, please give me a call. Student News- The following middle school students were selected as recipients of the Braunfels Foundation Award. The award is funded by the Harry and Christine Dierks’ Memorial Fund. Spring Branch Middle School — eighth-graders Rachel Hall, Ramsay Knox and seventh-graders Joanne Canfiels and James Twing; New Braunfels Middle School — eighth-graders Bryan P. Forester and Rachel E. Williams and seventh-graders AA-03-39 Thank you, Joanna Gomez, for all your help. The board members of the Mid-Texas Symphony Guild, New Braunfels Chapter (AA-03-37) are Bob Lohr, Tbby Ijohr, Bonnie Uhr Denson, unknown, Bobbie Allen, Fred Frueholz, Jim Allen, Jan Estes and Dr. Mignon Butts. Fred Frueholz thinks the unidentified lady and Dr. Butts are from Seguin. Thank you, Joanna Lewis, Helgard Suhr-Hollis, Fred Frueholz and Bobbie Allen for calling in the identifications. I can’t believe it’s graduation time again. The seniors are all getting ready for “life” ahead of them. I am hoping that someone can identify these graduates from years past. (AA-03-38) is from the NBHS 1956 graduating class, and (AA-03-39) is from NBHS 1987. Call me with any information that you might have. As always, keep reading, keep remembering and keep calling. Call us at 830-629-1900 for any identifications or information. Levi G. Lytton and Heather R. Ikels; Canyon Middle School — eighth-graders Rebekah Erin Medford and Andrew Ryan Webb and seventh-graders Robert James DeLong and Kelsey Lynn Hoegenauer. The award consists of a $500 U.S. Savings Bond and a framed certificate. The recipients’ names were added to plaques on display at their respective middle schools. Runners up, Brett T. Finley, TVavis C. Allen, Clair A Studdard , Danielle R. Larivey, Lauren Dunagen, Keegan Bohannon, Victoria Crawford, Sterling Havel, Steven K. Grigsby, Luke E. Penrose, Melanie K. Garrett, Michelle L. Whitley, Zachary Allen Reeh, Nicole Marie Martinez, Timothy Logan Schriewer and Fani Hildegarde Schmidt all received a certificate and a $100 Savings Bond. The selection committee consists of an administrator, a counselor, two teachers and an officer in the school’s PLA Flood of support for wife of husband demanding sex DEAR ABBY: While I appreciated the irony of your response to “Ready and Willing in New York," subtlety may have been lost on him. He’s the man who wants his wife to guarantee that she’ll give him sex three times a week. That poor woman has my sympathy. How could anyone feel romantic — or ready and willing — with a partner who made that kind of demand? The fact that she wants to move to Albany and have her family help care for their four children might be an indication that he’s not helping her enough. Ask any mother: Not getting the assistance or appreciation that you need in raising children is a surefire libido killer. — NOT READY OR WILLING TO PUT UP WITH THAT IN D C. DEAR D.C.: Many readers had strong feelings about that husband and his attitude. Read on: DEAR ABBY: Your answer, “Why limit yourself to three times a week?” was weak. Why didn’t you teU that awful man what a jerk he is for thinking sex with your spouse can be used as a bargaining tool? What kind of person would demand that his wife make love to him like it was nothing more Dear Abby than a contract? Shame on him, and shame on you for not calling him on it! — FURIOUS IN PHOENIX DEAR FURIOUS: What kind of husband would demand sex as a payoff? A turkey in the hay, of course. DEAR ABBY: That wife should counteroffer and tell him his agreement is acceptable under the following terms: I) If the toilet seat is left up, subtract two sex days. 2) If he nags or complains when asked to help around the house, subtract one “encounter” for each complaint. 3) If he starts a project and leaves it unfinished, subtract one more. Sex in marriage should not be about power and control. It should be about intimacy, love and feeling close to your spouse. — VALERIE IN BLOOMINGTON, IND. DEAR VALERIE: You’re right. Many readers pointed out that intimacy in marriage is a result of cooperation, consideration and respect in every aspect of the partnership. (Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Loa Angeles 90069.) 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: May 27, 2003

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