New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 11, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas
a HERALD-OTTUNG THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ll, 1993
- TIm winners of tilt Newcomers
Club Marathon ment Fetx 3 tit #11
and Beverly Rapier, #8 • June Arlitt and Iva Leich and #15 -Louise Stott and Jean Gross.
The Margaret Howell Davis Chapter #2418 of the United Daunters cf the Confederacy met for its regular meeting Jan. 26 in the home of Mrs. Margaret Carter in Round Rock for a covered dish luncheon. Mr. Jo Magness, pres* ident, presided. Sharon Hardin showed a video of the organization's Memorial Building in Richmond, Va., including interior cmd exterior scenes and scenes of Robert E. Lee Camp No. I and Memorial Park. The building is open to the public.
Mea Defitha Gunsel, thirdvice president in charge < rf Children af the Confederacy, urged all members to enroll their grandchildren. Mrs. Guensel also reported on her attendance at Confederate Heroes Dsy, held in the Bishop Chapel at Camp Mabry. A reception in the Camp Mabry Museum followed the program.
George A. Garcia Memorial Post #11050 and Ladies Auxiliary #11050 visited the second graders and Mr. Olstad’s third
grade class at Vincent Patlan Ele-mentaiy School in Seguin Feb. I. Alfred Kramer of the post and Tina Medina of the auxiliary talked to the children about veterans and the idea of how and why wa have veterans. They talked about their pride in being free and American. Kramer took his infantiy book, which is 50 years old. He told the children of being kept in a shack for 5 days without being fed when he was a prisoner of war during World War H. He was held captive 90 days.
The students are making valentine cards which will be delivered to veterans just before Valentine’s Day.
The Comal County Democrats met Jan. 26. New officers Cheryl Scott, president; Atanacio Campos, rice president; Gloria Sasher, secretary; and Charles Moor, treasurer, were introduced and unanimously approved. A video presentation of Gov. Ann Richard’s press conference announcing her choice, Bob Krueger, as interim U. S. Senator was shown. The organization resolved to work for Sen. Krueger’s election in May.
At the Feb. 4 Kiwanis Club meeting, the club welcomed five visitors from the Greater Randolph Brooks Kiwanis Club and guest speaker Connie Cone. Cone
spoke to the group about Communities in Schools, a drop-out prevention program involving at-risk children and their families. The program provides soda) services, parental help, specialized counseling, agency referral and a sperial enrichment program. The club discussed hosting the Division Five Picnic and Flag project Derisions will be made at the next meeting. Anyone interested in Kiwanis, please call Jim Edwards at 620-1188 or Angelia Beene at 629-2265.
American Legion Unit #179 met Feb. 4 with President Mary Owens presiding. Membership is at 86 percent. Committee reports were given. Girl State Citizen for the auxiliary is junior member Christy McDougald. Scholarship committee members are Sammy Kail, chairwoman, Della Talbott, Lori Bradley and Owens. Liaison Officer Emma Jean Grabill reported on the Chili Cook-off March 28. Kail, 14th District president, reported district is 87 percent Constitution, By-Law and Standing Rule committee members Dorisse Krueger, Patsy Vineyard and Betty Kruetler read their recommendations. Myrtle Nolte will be chairwoman for the Eden Nursing Home Birthday Party for July. The District 14 convention will be in Corpus Christi April 4-5.
Thursday, Fab. 11
• The New Braunfels Music Study Club meets at 7:30 p.m. in the Seale Parish House Auditorium. The program will be "We Celebrate American Music" with MeHtta Freuh as narrator. The South Texas Sound and ce Community Band will perform. Tile pubbcia invited.
• Comal Independent School Diatrict Superintendent Joe Rogers has scheduled a meeting with parents of students who attend school in the hill country
area on at 6:30 p.m. at Mountain Valley Elementary School. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss possible changes in attendance zone line for the 1993-94 school year.
• Knights of Columbus business meeting af 7:30 p.m. at the council hall
• The New Braunfels Newcomers Club it sponsoring the Sweetheart Ball at the Senior Citizen Center. Included will be a dinner at 6 p.m. and dancing from 7 to IO p.m.
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Mary Cole, on behalf of the Bks Ladies Klub, presents a check to Victor Garcia, Children’s Shelter.
Photo by Linda Bed
Special Keepsake Edition First Annual Quinceanera Tabloid Coming
Sunday, February 21,1993
If you turned 15 years old in 1992 and had a Quinceanera, here is your opportunity to let everyone know when, where, and your birthdate.
For only $12.50 you get a 4" x 3" ad that has your picture and all the information about your Quinceaflera.
This keepsake edition will publish in the New Braunfels Herald on Sunday, February 21,1993.
Deadline will be Monday, February 15,1993 at 5:00 p.m. Submit photo and information below to the Herald office at 707 Landa St. Ask for Don, Janice, or Corbie.
Call 625-9144 for information.
Because of the great demand for this special edition we have changed the deadline and publishing date so everyone may have an opportunity to participate and submit their photos.
Please make a note of the new dates.
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