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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 5, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Club notes Lake Homemakers The Canyon Lake Extension Homemakers Club met Nov. 19 at the Fischer Store School Community Center. Fifteen members were present, and a new member, Mary Lee Bivona, was enrolled at the meeting. Eleanor Woodcock and Carol Prestenbach were hostesses for the meeting. They had a decorated table depicting the autumn theme and served refreshments carrying out the theme. The program for the day was “Cooking with Herbs,” presented by Mary Poe and Bertie Loveall. There was a basket of a variety of herbs on display, and members were invited to examine them by pinching, smelling and tasting. Several herb books were displayed. Foods that had been prepared with herbs were presented and members sampled each dish. During the business meeting, plans were finalized for the bake sale cm Nov. 22. The Christmas party was planned. The family affair will consist of a covered dish meal and entertainment at the Fischer Store School Community Center on the evening of Dec. 14. Marie Burk reported on the Texas Extension Homemakers Association annual meeting held in Austin in September. Her report pertained to the affiliation of the local, county, district, state, national and world organizations of Extension Homemakers. The next meeting of the Canyon Lake Extension Homemakers Club will be Jan. 21 at the Fischer Store Community Center at 9:30 a.m. Plans will be made for the new year. The meeting is open to the public. — Bertie Loveall Texas lota Texas Iou Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its monthly meeting on Nov. ll in the home of Evelyn Schlueter with 16 members present. The 1992 Beu Sigma Phi Texas State Convention will be held in McAllen June 26, 27 and 28. The theme will be “Border Sights and Tropic Nights.” Elinor Wells, chairwoman of the Fall Luncheon Committee, reminded members that the Fall Luncheon will be held in the home of Dorothy Wegner at noon Nov. 23. The Christmas Party will be in the home of Bobby Whites on Dec. 9. Christmas Party Committee members Ann Kleeman, Bobby Whites, Evelyn Schlueter, Charlie Mae DeVassie and Mary Lazarine will be in charge of arrangements. There will be Beu Buddy gift exchanges, and members should take a gift for their guest. Service Committee Member Lottie Kelm reported 23 Christmas stockings are ready to be given to Christmas Week babies born at McKenna Memorial Hospital and one New Year’s Baby stocking to be given also. By secret ballot, Dorothy Wegner was selected to be the Chapter's Valentine Girl. Each member brought canned food and staples to the meeting to be given to the Food Pantry for the Thanksgiving Project. Evelyn Schlueter presented a program titled, “A Time F6r U*H to test everyone’* memory. Refreshments of apple pie, hot apple cider punch and nuts were served by hostesses Ann Kleeman and Mary Lazarine. — Jane Reinarz Colonial Dames The Comal Springs chapter of the National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century met recently at Victoria Bank & Trust for the last meeting of the year. Mrs. William V. Porter, chapter member, gave an interesting and informative program on her ancestor. William White, who came to America aboard the Mayflower in 1620. “He was one of 41 Pilgrims aboard the Mayflower who set up their government by a written compact; the first charter of a government of the people, by the people and for the people known to history before landing at Plymouth," Porter said. “The Mayflower Compact was signed Nov ll, 1620, at Cape Cod by men who believed that God created all men equal. They had been persecuted and often imprisoned when they broke away from the Church of England because of their beliefs. Here was the birth of popular constitutional liberty, foreshadowing our Declaration of Independence and our American Constitution, which guarantees Freedom to all of us today," said Porter, dressed in colonial costume. She presented each member present with five kernels of parched corn to commemorate the hardships of the men who signed the Mayflower Compact. Fifteen of the men brought their wives. A child was bom soon after landing at Plymouth to Mr. and Mrs. William White, the first white child bom in the Colonies. Mrs. Kirkham, club president, urged officers and chairwomen to turn in annual reports before Jan. I. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert D. Lozo and Mrs. Robert J. Moore, who served refreshments and decorated the table with a Thanksgiving theme. —Jewel W. Kirkham Homemakers Council The Comal County Extension Homemakers Council met Friday, Nov. 22 at the Extension Meeting Room, with Chairwoman Clarine!! Hahn presiding. Ten members were present, and all clubs were represented. The Council expressed appreciation for the JOth anniversary booklet “Thanks For the Memories” compiled by Mary Klobedans as the Gruene Club’s contribution to the anniversary celebration. The booklet gave the history of Home Demonstration-Extension Homemaker work on the county level as well as each existing club. The article in the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung by Velma Patterson of the 50th anniversary event will be sent, with accompanying pictures, to the Texas Extension Homemakers Association Messenger magazine by Pat Rasor, extension agent. Treasurer Sarah Pierson reported that 11 Extension Homemaker cookbooks were donated to the 4-H Foods Show for prizes. She also reported that 1,000 more Extension Homemaker cookbooks are available at the County Extension Office. A tri-county leadership training meeting is scheduled for Jan. 17 at the Bavarian Village. Counties involved are Hays. Guadalupe and Comal. Bertie Loveall is to head the committee, composed of a representative from each club in the county along with those of the other two counties, to plan details of the training meeting. Presidents reports were given. Canyon Lake Club has three new members. This club has grown from 12 to 20 members this year. Fischer Club also has three new members. They reported that their meetings will be held at the Canyon Lake Action Center next year. Rasor reported that club yearbooks for next year are almost completed and will be distributed at the January. meetings. She said 41 county agents in the state were lost as a result of the Senate Bill I. No agents were lost in this county, but three agent positions in the district will not be filled. 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