New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
Friday. Feb. 18.1994 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 9
Club NotesCatholic Daughters off tho Americas
Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Rev. Herbert Scholar $2058 met Jan. 18 at St. Mary's Hall. Hostesses were Mary Ann Van Horn and Frances Marquis.
The raffle was won by VerNdl Martinez. Gloria Vondran was introduced as a new prospective member.
Mrs. Sieglinde Smith, director of Hummel Museum gave a most interesting program.
The regular business meeting was opened by Regent Sally DeViney. Special intention prayers were offered by our members. Thank-you cards were read. Allene Wofford reported that the Christmas dinner was well attended and great Am. Gloria Hughes and VerNell Martinez will chair the graduation reception. Delores Burch gave a report on the sale of the Advent Wreaths and thanked all those who helped. All the wreaths were sold.
Dorothy Matchekgave several suggestion for money raising ideas. Ratty Koegle reported our donation to the Youth Ministry and also our donation of a much needed step ladder to them.Colonial Domes
The Comal Springs Chapter af Colonial Dames XVIIth Century met on Jan. 25. Hostesses were Hazel Mullens and Marydean Motz. Chaplain Gladys Hightower opened the meeting with prayer after which the chapter repeated the ritual led by President Vesta Lee.
Guests at the meeting included Gen-nie Statehouse, Marian Meeks, Casey Della Corte and Lillian Lucas. Sarah Hill was welcomed as a new member.
Plans for the New Braunfels Sesquicentennial project were discussed. Delegates for state and national conventions were elected.
Helen Stern's National Defense report concerned problems with NATO.
Historical Washington, a slide presentation and talk given by Ruth Hubbard, covered the early history of the city. Facts about the monuments and slides of the important buildings, including the Kennedy Center and the National Cathedral.
Ray Ebert (bin president of the New Braunfels Klwanb Club, along with the treasurer, Frank atrelghtoff (right), presents a $200 donation to Jackie Vann of Comal County Child Advocacy. Child Advocacy la a nonprofit organization that looks after the righto and weN being of children caught up In court battles and helps prevent children from becoming Innocent victims of our Judicial system. The main priority of Klwanis dubs world wide Is to help amal! children to have the kind of IHS to which they are entitled.
Congratulations to Billy Prtnty of New Braunfels, winner of a three minute shopping spree at HJLB. sponsored by tho Parent Booster Club of Boy Scout Troop 387.
are Sharon Neuhaus, Cash Hermes and Maybell Wittig.
The Ait League is 30 yean old and was established with the object of promoting interest and knowledge of ait and providing at least two ait shows a year. Meetings with artists demonstrating in the various media are held monthly, except December, on die third Tuesday at the Arts Center, 646 Walnut Square.
The Art League is renovating a downtown building at 239 W. San Antonio St to be used as gallery, classrooms, meeting room, offices and library. Work continues as money is available.American Legion
The Guadalupe Valley American Legion Auxillary #35 recently precented chela Intervention brochuree to Canyon Middle School. Pictured are (t-r) Joan P. Helmke, preeldent of Unit #35; Cindy Rotzler, counselor; and Ginny Garcia, aeoretary.
New Braunfels Art League
New officers and chairmen of the New Braunfels Art League have assumed their duties for the new year.
Elaine Felder continues as president; Sarah Wetz is vice president; Dottie
Bagley, treasurer, Florence Brownfield, treasurer, Pat Deltz, publicity; Wands McNeill, membership; Colleen McCalla Mann, parliamentarian; Gerald Walter, librarian; Georgic Bush, gallery; Helen Masek, business hanging schedule; and hospitality chairmenBagios
The Fraternal Order of Eagles #2999 Auxiliary met Feb. I for a business meeting with 11 officers and 14 past presidents present. President Barbara Alves opened the meeting after opening ritual. Committee reports were given: Elsa Glenewinkle and Oar Doep-penschmidt—Sick A Visiting; Nell Groos—Delinquent; Martha Rahe— Quilting; Shirty Jan ach—Membership; Trustee—Sue Heinemeyer, Treasurer—Adelene Row; Secretary Carol Dictel gave Auditor & Wurstfest.
President Alves appointed Lore Hol-lowell chairperson for Home Town Art Contest. Adlene Row is candidate for State Officer. Delegates for State
raining the bird sanctuary A Kirkwood Manor, a club project The meeting was held in the home of Sarah ivtttfhtmft* Assisting as hostesses were Jan Kennedy and EdieGre-«ay. I
Convention—Barbara Alves, Adelene Row, Shirley Jarisch, Sue Hdnimeyer, Bernice Ebensberger, Carol Diclel, and Elsa Glen winkle. Alternates—Lore Hollowed and Orillion Brietzke. Dales to remember. Feb. 15—Birthday Supper, bring a covered dish; March 11-13 Leadership Conference at Wichita Falls; Rummage Sale March 19, bring items to hall by March 18. Meeting closed to meet again Feb. 15.Comal Cardon Club
Bill Schumann, retired county agent of Comal County, was guest speaker a a meeting of Comal Garden Club Thursday morning, Feb. 3.
His topic was Preparation for Spring Planting. He spoke of the importance of cleaning the garden area before plant growth starts. Pull weeds, get rid of dead wood in rose bushes, and divide some of the perennials to make more room for growth were some of his suggestions. An active question and answer period followed his talk.
A brief Garden Comer study of the gladiola was given by Lottie Miller.
Marilyn Edwards accepted the appointment by Ruth Hubbard, president, of stepping into the position of vice president.
Dorothy Timmerman was welcomed as a new member.
Barbara Perry and Gladys Hightower are in charge for February of main-
Starllglit Ballroom Banco Club
The New Braunfels Starlight room Dance Cub celebrated anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 13, with a gala dance and New Braunfels Civic Center Haag and his tarnished the anniversary dance.
Current members and guests too-* ored the drat board of officers and tho original charter members of die club.. Of the original IOO couples who! became charter members in 1984,27 are still active in the dance dub. Rep? resenting the first Board of Officers aa the tenth anniversary celebration were: Norris Flodine, first president; Mr. and' Mn. Nolan Nolan Thibodaux, first; vice presidents; Mrs. Elvira Hitsfelder; who, along with her husband Henry; (deceased) were the first treasurers;; Jean Flodine, the first secretary; Mr.! and Mrs. Henry Bellville, first advt-! son; and Roy Haag, the first muse! coordinator.
Committee members in charge of planning for this anniversary celebre^ don were* Ens Sado, chairperson; Reaa LaGarde, member. Ginger Abbot,! member, Susan Hall, member, Mildred Powers, member, and Eleanor Gillespie, member.
Current officers of the Starlight Dance Club are: Ray and Susan Hall, presidents; B. J. and Resa LaGarde, first vice presidents; Tommy and Rifftmr Gillespie, sooood vice presidents; Jean Flodine, secretary; Bill and Ginger Abbot, treasurers; and Mary
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