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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 4, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 6 HERALD-ZEITUNG THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1993 Art league officers Officers for the New Braunfels Art League begin a new year. Pictured are (seated left to right) Dottle Bagley, secretary;Elaine Felder, president; and Sarah Wetz, vice president. Standing (left to right) are Helen Masek, hanging chairwoman; Florence Brownfield, treasurer; Jack Price, librarian; Wanda McNeill, membership; and Pat Deltz, publicity chairwoman. Not pictured are Georgic Bush, gallery chairwoman; and Gene Conand, parliamentarian. (Photo by Karla Wenzel) Running club officers The 1993 Officers of the New Braunfels Running Club are (left to right) Fernando Gutierrez, director-at - ’ large;Diane Pepin, treasurer; Carol Fiore, secretary; Ralph Monsivais, vice president; and Susan Phillips, president. They were elected at the Jan. 27 meeting. The dub members chose June 5 for the Three Parks I Run and the Oct. 30 for the Wurst Five-Miler.Club notes Adult Educators The Texas Assedation for Literacy and Adult Education and the Texas Council for Adult Education Cooperative Directors held a joint meeting Jan. ll at the Doubletree Hotel in Austin, TX. John Bredes, TCAECD president, and Bonnie Webb, TALAE president, conducted the meeting. Plans were made to sponsor a legislative breakfast Feb. 17, celebrating 50 years of GED. Time and place to be announced later. Educators discussed the annual TALAE Conference, to be held Feb. 18 - 20 at the Doubletree Hotel in Austin, and final plans were made. The TALAE Conference will consist of workshops, training sessions, and exhibits relating to adult education. TALAE is a statewide organization consisting of adult education students, teachers, -and administrators. There are presently 4,000 members active in this organization. German Folkdancere New Braunfels German Folk-dancers recently welcomed Joe and Leah Huth and their two children, Chn say and Steven, as the newest members of the organiza tion. Tfiey moved to Comal County from the Castroville area. Their experience there with the Alsatian Dancers of Texas has allowed them to learn enough German dances to participate with the local dance club. Mrs. Huth, Chrissy and Steven presented their premier performances at the Texas Citrus Fiesta in Mission last weekend. Other group members traveling to the event included Russell and Sharon Stevens, Bill and Martha Stahl and Robert and Beulah Dicus. The Texas Citrus Fiesta has been held annually for the past 56 years to promote die citrus industry of the lower Rio Grande Valley. Participation is Valley-wide as each community selects an outstanding young woman to represent them as Ductless in the quest for the title of Queen Citrianna. To assist her in her reign the title of King Citrus is bestowed on a man who has made an outstanding contribution to the local citrus industry. Coincidentally, this year’s King Citrus, Mr. Wayne Showers of Mission, was a childhood acquaintance of Mrs. Dicus and an A&M classmate of Mr. Stahl. The local dancers were among the over 100,000 persons who viewed the "Parade of Oranges” on Saturday morning. The theme for the Fiesta was "Crown Jewels of Texas.” A grand-niece of Mrs. Dicus received the first place trophy in the Primary Division with her portrayal of Mrs. John Conway, one of the founders of the city of Mission. The New Braunfels German Folkdancers presented four exhibitions featuring traditional dances for the "Fun Fest” portion of the festival on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Captain James Jack Chapter The Captain James Jack Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met Feb. I in the Mill Street Education Center. Regent Peggy Edwards presided. Following the opening ritual; Edwards welcomed five guests, Mary Vernon, Kathleen Alexander, Mary Bonnet, Lemmie Tiller, and Bayonne Gowan, regent of her Tioga County, New York Chapter. She read the President General’s message. Ruth Johnson gave the National Defense Message entitled 9    9    3    YOUTH TOURWanted: Capital ideas. Put your capital ideas to paper and you could be one of six youths to win a trip to Washington, D.C., next summer. Enter our Rural Electric Youth Tour essay contest and have a chance to win an all-expense-paid trip to our nation’s capital. The contest is open to students, ages 14 to 19, whose parents or legal guardians are PEC members. Essays must be submitted with an official entry form available from any PEC office. You’ll receive a gift just for entering. For more information on essay theme and length, call (210) 868-4913. Deadline for entry is March 8,1993.BB Pedemales Johnson City, Bertram, Canyon Lake. Cedar Part, Dripping Spring!, Kyle-Buda. Uke Creek, Lakeway and Marble Falls. "Ethics without Virtue." Nancy Waite, Secretary, read a letter from Canelle Berger, President Sophienburg Archives, expressing appreciation for the gift of the DAR 1979-1991 scrapbook. Ruth Hubbard, registrar, announced that Eunice Barrows, also a guest at the meeting, had submitted her application for membership to NS DAR .Hubbard also read the "Constitution Minute.” Delitha Guenzel reported two more prospective members for the Children of the American Revolution. Henry Guenzel, in his program, Thunder on the Gulf” introduced some innovative thoughts on what might have been had certain historical events taken the slightest different turn. One example was the presence of a heavy fog when Washington crossed the Delaware. Had the fog not concealed the crossing and had George Washington been captured, there would be no DAR. He also covered significant facts on the 1835 Texas Navy and the true first battle of the Texas Revolution. Child advocacy day On Jan. 27, volunteers for Family Outreach of Comal County joined organizations from across Texas as thfcy converged on the capitol for Child Advocacy Day. The goal of the conference was to regain decreases in the state budget. The co—ordinates of the event were encouraged by the gathering of over 1,000 concerned citizens at the Radisson Hotel in Austin. Child Advocacy Day was organized by the CARE Coalition, The Child Abuse Prevention Network and the Texas Coalition for the Prevention of Child Abuse. Phil Strickland, Chairman of the CARE Coalition, called the meeting to order. The first speaker was Jim Mickelson, from the Children at Risk Program in Houston. He spoke on "Communicating With Your Legislator” wherein he stressed the power of the advocates to make a difference. A panel of speakers, made up of people concerned about the welfare of children, spoke on The Needs of Children in Texas.” The Keynote Speaker was David Lloyd, director of the National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect in Washington, D.C. The conference closed with small groups gathering together to discuss child abuse related issues, such as prevention, runaways, mental Health, family violence,child care and corporal See Club notes page 7 )?'> ti Valentine Love Lines To Susan, You'll always be my Valentine. Tom $5.00 Roses are red, Violets are blue, I'm so glad I married you/ Love, Jane$9.00 Includes Valentine Border Make Someone Smile. Come By TodayHerald-Zeitung 707 Londa St.or call 625-9144 peadline February ll, 1993 3:00 p.m. Q. ;