New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
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Page 7Club NotesComal County Genealogy Society
Comal County Genealogy Society met at the I.in dhetmer Home on Aug 4 Kthel Canion told tales and gave the genealogy of Ferdinand Jakob Lindheimer col orful botanist and newspaper editor and publisher In I KW. while lie was teaching in a school in Germany the school was closed after an uprising and he came to tile I mted States in I HJJ
After adventurous wanderings tor nine years he aas given land on the Comal River for helping Prince Carl zu Solms Braunfels In 184b. when he was i.> years old he married and built the log house Two of his six c hildren died of cholera in infancy His two sons Warren and Eugene settled in Pflugerville their descendants are named I .ow den and Boy nton Florian s descendants are the schulle family ot st I am is and the \l\isets Anna married the year lite; Im dhetmer s death I HTV* and lived in the home Her children left no (lest endants landheimer collected botanical spec im et > and wa 'be first to classify most of the Texas native i ana Barney Canion gave a tour of the plants in tin* y ar I and a tour of the home which includes many of tin Pin dhetmer possessions
Punch from Black Spanish grapes growing in die yard
was servalLiterary Society
The Literary Society is studying writers ai "h* r ’ stories In June the meeting at the home ot Christi!)* Brown focused on \nton Chekhov hr Sally Brunner having tH*en in Russian on an extended ‘ >ur was at ie !■ tiring interesting tales of Chekhov A luru h was s«-iv< ,j In Juts the metring w as held at the h **r . • N! v : .
Koch Lucille Manning reviewed the it* c John • beeve: and his work on Vug JU. the club w si »*v >*w *:. e or JI) Salingei led try sarah PiersonTST A leaders
Manly kolacek and Pat uajewsk -Educator" were among a group ot lex.i gathered in Vustm (or the l exas Stat* I * Hon leadership Conference on July . president and (iajewsk1 is president* group I h**v joined kin lo* a1 and state workshop I hey als** attended classes recruitment appraisal pulley grsev at
New Braunfels educators who uhers A'sK'ia
2~ Kolacek is st of the local leaders in th* >r. membership
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and media relations The conference included an over view of education issues in Texas regular and special legislative sessions and TST As contribution to the policy making on the state levelMission Valley Extension Homemakers
Mission V alley Extension Homemakers Club met Aug A at I 4f> pm in the extension meeting room with 2" members and six guests present Ruby Bretzke \ ll club representative, presented the piogram
Pam Ledbetter a member of Cedar Creek \ ll Club told of all the projects she is involved in with 4 ll she in traduced two boy" who ar* members of the Comal County club They presented a short "kit on taking care of your clothes Corbin Kmessier another active club member demonstrated with .i one alay old baby pig the can* w Inch they require to be healthy
Hostesses w**i* Arlene Murray and Lillian Soechting For nominating committee the following members are U»u \eu"t* Helen Kantz and Elizabeth Staff The next meeting is Sept I at I 45 p rn in the extension meeting roomEagles Auxiliary
The f raternal Ouler of Eagles Auxiliary met tor a business meeting Vug 4 President Vdeline Row presided and Carol I betel was installed into office of secretary by Row and conductor Elsa (iienewinkel Ruth Hardaway gave her report as delegate on the state convention and Bernice Ebensberger gave a full report on the convention and thanked all who helped in so many way" and her report as past president w as ac cepted
It was unnoun* ***1 that that family night was a success with bd attend)! g and looking for the next one in <>c tob* M* nJKT" Ped <>’ the I Astrict 111 meeting and san! ’.ad car we:*- i»oing I Ina and if anyone wants to go, contact Berm*** Et*enslKTger or Shirley Jarisch ( an didates were balloted on and will t>** initialed at the Aug 18 meeting K i w a rn s
When ktwaryans met last Thursday at th** Hungry Motto, they welcomed a visitor from th*- Seguin Kiwani" (.Jut) Rev Cid Freudenberg who has visited our club Indole VV** wei* r**r mded tP.it Vug .4 > V J Day and that we w ill U- putting out th*1 American f lag"
Park Company He said that it began as part of the business or businesses started by Mr Mossier of Houston and Miami, and started primarily as auto financing and financing of mobile homes This led into insuring them
and then in about d.c led into banking It seemed to change as the economy changed or as the need or safetyGood for nothing
of the projects changed After Mr Mossier s death the different companies separated and Alien Parker became primarily an insurance company operating in Texas H«* told of one of their questions about a client Hid thev have two brothers named Canva Pay and VS diva Pav
It t tx* able to make th*' meeting "* let presided and also presented the dMng U" of hi" work with the Allen
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