New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
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t'4St. Jude’s Ranch for Children to raise funds with gourmet dinner at Gruene Mansion
Friends of the Ranch will hold its "Gourmet on the Guadalupe" fundraiser dinner at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at The Restaurant at Gruene Mansion Inn.
Friends of the Ranch is a recently formed service auxiliary whose purpose is to help promote awareness for St. Jude’s Ranch for Children near Bulverde. The funds from the dinner will go towards helping the children at the ranch. St. Jude’s is a nonprofit, nonsectarian, residential facility for children ages 13-17 who for whatever reasons can’t remain with their families.
"The event is going to be hosted by The Restaurant at Gruene Mansion Inn," Friends of the Ranch member Dee Anderson said. "The restaurant has been very helpful towards us. The restaurant has provided the menu, the setting up of die tables and the decor. The menu will be a true gourmet dinner."
The menu will consist of grilled chicken with herbs of provence or steamship round (tenderloin), vegeta
bles, salad, roasted potatoes, bread and pesto, bread pudding with caramel pecan sauce, glass of wine with dinner, coffee and tea. A cash bar will be provided.
Leslie Spinels and her brother Dennis, owners of The Restaurant at Gruene Mansion Inn, are happy to be hosting the Friends of the Ranch din-
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"We believe this is a good cause that will help a lot of people," Leslie Spinelli said. "The kids are definitely are future, if no one else will support them, who will?”ObituariesQranvlte Atef! Bolt on
Granville Allen Bolton died April 27,1996, at the age of 84 years and 27 days, at Eden Home, where he had been a resident for five years. Granville was bom April I, 1912, in Milam County. He is survived by his wife, Helen Bolton, daughter Peggy Lee, son James Allen Bolton and wife Un-da; step-daughter Janet Scudder and husband Carl; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, and numerous relatives and friends.
Granville graduated in 1930 from Sharp High School in Buckholts, Texas. He and Helen were married in 1948 at Bethany Church in San Antonio. Granville retired at the age of 65 years from Continental Tramways where he was employed with the Tour Division of Continental Trail ways for 30 years.
Granville and Helen moved to Eden Village Inc. in Nov. 1984. He had been a member of Faith United Church of Christ since 1984.
He was a member of the Albert Delange Masonic Lodge in Houston,
the Arabia Temple Shrined, and the Houston Scottish Rite.
Memorial services will be held Monday, April 29,1995, ll am, at Faith U.C.C. located at 970 Loop 337.
In lieu of flowers, gifts may be given to Eden Home of Faith U.C.C.Helen Beoofds
Helen Records of Fischer, Text, died Friday, April 26, 1996, at Fischer at the age of 58. She was bom Sept. 6, 1937, in Junction, Texas, to George Leslie Hight and Pauline (Brady) Hight She married Paul Records April 13, 1957, in Tucumcari, N.M. Mrs. Records was a rancher and a homemaker. She was affiliated with the Methodist Church. As a child, Mrs. Records was a member of the Rainbow Club. Later in her adult years she was on the Fischer Store School Community Center Board of Directors; Officer of the Home Demonstration Club.
She is survived by her husband, Paul Records of Canyon Lake; father George Leslie Hight of Tucumcari, New Mexico; daughters Katherine von-
Rosenberg and husband Clyde of Georgetown, and Jayne Macke and husband Joe of Canyon Lake; son James Records and wife Cheryl of Austin; sisters Doris Collier and husband Malcolm of Baltimore, Md., and Joan Grahn and husband Bill of Colorado Springs, Colo.; brothers G. L. Hight and wife Dahlia of Lockney, Texas, Paul Hight and wife Doris of Tucumcari, New Mexico, and Gerald Hight and wife Usa of Tucumcari; and seven grandchildren. Mn. Records was preceded in death by her mother, Pauline Hight Funeral service will be Tuesday, April 30,1996, at 2 p.m. at Doeppen-schnridt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake with the Rev. Clyde Poldrake officiating. Burial will be at the Fiacher Cemetery in Fischer. Visitation will begin Monday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake from 4 to 8 pm and will continue Tuesday from noon until service time. Memorials amy be sent to Horace New Braunfels.
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