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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 19, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, Feb. 19,1995 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 9 AClub Notes Gruenn Family and Community Education Club The Gruene Family Community and Education Club met Feb. 8 at 2:00 p.m. in the Extension Meeting Room with Mary Klobedan serving as hostess. President Andra Johnson conducted the meeting assisted by Vice President Ritzie Watkins. The program was on Health Concerns and opened with an “Eat Smart” quiz. The group was then presented with information concerning healthful eating and cooking, how to recognize a heart attack and a stroke, and tips for their prevention. Hand-outs, “A Patient’s Bill of Rights” and "A Summary of the Medical Fields,” were given to the group and each member was given a medical record book to be filled out and used for future reference. Club business included finalizing plans for the district meeting to be held by Comal County clubs on March 20 at the Civic Center. Scarves made from a print material depicting a Texas motif, will be worn by the host clubs and were sewn by members who recently attended a workshop. The game prize was won by Ritzie Watkins and the door prize was won by Mary Ann Hack. The next meeting will be March 8 in the Extension Meeting Room with Mae Russell serving as hostess. The program, on irradiation, will be given by Patricia Rasor, County Agent. Any person wishing to be a part of the club is welcome. Call Andra at 620-7807 for information. Four Soasons Garden Club The Four Seasons Garden Club held their February meeting at the home of Sue Zuzek with Flo Malone and Katie Sponenberg as co-hostesses. After refreshments, during which the members started the bidding in the silent auction, the business meeting was held. Twenty-one members were present. Members were reminded of the February 14 Arbor Day program to be held in the park at 2:00 p.m. It is sponsored by the Guada Coma Garden Club. The civic project at the Women’s Shelter was discussed as was the parade float the Garden Clubs will be involved in. A few of the members shared specimens of their favorite plants before the final bidding on the auction. Eagles Auxillary On Monday, Feb. 6, the Eagles Auxiliary met with 27 members present. The Sick and Visiting Committee reported on Erna Freitag, Frieda Borgfeld, Dorothy Laubach, Myrtle Bauerechlag, Carol Sauer, Irene Ferege, Rosa Hansmann, Hattie Felsing, Milda Schlameus, Weola Staats, Norma Schwab, Olivia Schom and Alice Johnson. Quilting chairman Martha Rahe reported that a lot of quilting was on schedule and urged more participation from interested members. The Auxiliary voted to order new Rules and Regulations books and to have the trustees purchase a new electric knife for the kitchen. Members to be dropped from the roster are Lottie Henke, Elaine Simon and Sharon Wheeler The report from the District 3 meeting in Corpus Christi Feb. 3-5 is that the New Braunfels Auxiliary will have 3 district officers who will be lastalled in May for the year 1995-96. They include Shirley Jansch, Vice President, Lorene Hollowed Treasurer; and Barbara Alves, trustee. New Braunfels Aene and Auxiliary will host District 3 Feb. 2-4,19%. The membership party is being planned for Tuesday, April 11 To the family of Teska Markmann, a member of long-standing who died on Jan. 28, the Auxiliary extends its heartfelt sympathy. The Charter was draped in her memory Secretary Carol Dietel urged all members to check their dues receipts. All dues are payable by Jan. I and become delinquent on Feb. 15. If not paid by May 15, members will be dropped from the roster. One application for membership was received and a letter from St. Chairman, Dorothy Anderson from High Sky Children’s Ranch. The next meeting will be held Mon-| day, Feb. 20 at 7:30 p m , with officers I meeting at 7:00 p.m. The State Leadership Conference I will be held in Pans, Texas March 10-[12, 1995. tan of tho Ropubllc of roxoo The Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Ferdinand Lindheimer Chap-r, met at Forke Store on Jan 14 Rev. Ken Peters spoke to a crowd of 63 jmbers and guests on the "Religious ifc in Texas When It Was a Repub-Rev. Peters is the pastor at New fels Presbytenan Church He was in Gorma, Texas and grew up in is Cove where he graduated high school. He received his BA Mary Owens, Kitchen and Games Night Chairperson, thanked all who worked in these money-making programs saying they enable us to carry out the many projects we sponsor in the community. Della Talbott made a motion that we send a monetary gift to Joe Anthony Aguirre, a 5 year old local boy who was badly burned recently. He will be in the Brooke Army Medical Center for 3 months. The motion passed. The meeting adjourned. The next meeting will be on March 2, at 7:30 p.m. The Herald-Zeitung welcomes news about your club. Send submissions to: Herald-Zeitung Club Notes 707 Landa St. DRT meeting: Sheila Kimple, Geraldine Evane, Cynthia Taylor, Gladys Love, Ken Peters, Denise Jacob, Cynthia Stevens, and Marie Holm $ . if. » r* *4 -H*    * fir Ar ll DRT meeting: Ken Peters, Goldie Nowotny, Marie Boothe, Lisa Nowotny, Lee Spencer, and Judy Wagnon at Southwestern University in 1967, and his MA and PhD from the University of Texas-Austin in 1968 and 1975, respectively. Before entering Austin Seminary, he taught history at Texas A&M University. Upon graduation from seminary in 1985, Rev. Peters accepted the pastorate of the First Presbytenan Church in Dalhart. In the summer of 1989 he was called to the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. Not only a histonan and pastor, Rev. Peters is knowledgeable in the arts. He plays piano and wntes plays for his church, many of which have been performed. He also enjoys astronomy as a hobby. Near and dear to his heart is his family. Rev. Peters is mamed to Marilyn Williams Peters. They have two children. John is a freshman at Schreiner College in Kerrville and Meredith is a 7th grader enrolled at New Braunfels Middle School. Hostess Chairman was Goldie Nowotny and co-hostesses were Jan Bell, Patti Glass. Marion Taylor, Betsy Boyd. Geraldine Evans, Cynthia Larson. Lee Spencer, Lisa Nowotny, Judy Wagnon, Mane Boothe, Sheila Kimple, Mane Holm, Cynthia Stevens, Cynthia Taylor, Melissa Wagnon. Gladys Love, Denise Jacob, and Linda Long. American Legion Auxiliary The Amencan Legion Auxiliary met on Feb. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Post Home, 410 Coll Street. President Patsy Vineyard opened the meeting according to ritual. Chaplain Marie Agee led the group in the opening prayer. Chaplain Agee and President Vineyard also draped the Charter in memory of our beloved Helen Arnold, a W'orld War I widow, recently deceased. Memorials were given to "Women in the Military Service” memorial for Edna Clark and to the Texas Auxiliary Emergency Fund for Helen Arnold. Treasurer Betty Kruetler gave the financial report. Della Talbott, Membership Chairperson, reported that members were still needed to fill our quota. A Convention Call letter from Kathy Jackson, District 14 President, was read. The convention will be in Bishop on March 25 and 26. Patsy Vineyard and Emma Jean Grabill were elected as delegates. For more information call Patsy Vineyard. Dorothy Ballentine, co-chairpersor. of the “Girls State Program,’ announced that the Auxiliary wil’ sponsor a young woman from this community. Several other organizations in the community will join the program. Legislative Chairperson Doris Brown reported that the veterans groups voiced their outrage in the controversy over the Enola Gay program named the "Last Act.” One statement at the exhibit was, “For most Americans it was a war of vengeance. For most Japanese, it was a war to defend their unique culture against Western imperialism.” This statement has since been removed from the exhibit. Emma Jean Grabill, liaison officer, reported that the Post has called a kickoff meeting on Feb. 13 to plan the chili cook-off. Minor repairs around the Post were also discussed. She announced that plans were made for the Post birthday party which will be held March 12 at 6:00 p.m. The ladies were asked to bring covered dishes. Sammy Kail, immediate past president of Distnct 14, reported that funds were needed in the state auxiliary emer gency funds. A bakeless bake sale will be held and proceeds will go to that fund. Thank-you cards were read from: the Veterans Hospital in Kerrville, for gifts sent during the Chnstmas season; Jamie Pantermuehl, for funds that allowed her to go to the Citrus Bowl for the New Year’s Day program; and from the local Children’s Shelter, for the Chnstmas toys. Ardith Mueller, Community Activities Chairperson, thanked all who brought food for the local food bank. 1994 Dodge 3/4 Ton 4X4 White 6 Cyl. Cummins Diesel, A.Trans, Laramie SLT Decor, Tilt, Cruise, cassette, P.Windows, Locks,Tubular Step, Bedlinen 19,000 Miles A Real Work Horse FEATJRED]THiS^ EEK v i I I r t 1989 Honda Civic 4 Dr. Maroon 4 Cyl., A.Trani, A/C, P.Steering, Brike*, Cai* ceti Gnat family Car 1992 Chev. 1/2 Ton P/U White 6 Cyl., A.Tnm, AZC, P.Steering, Brakes, Cassatts, Alum. Wheels, Great Work Track 1988 Mercury Tracer Station Wagon Tan 4 CyL, A. Tran*, A/C, P.Staaring, Brike*, Casaetu Transportation Special 1994 Dodge Intrepid 4 Dr. Emerald Green V6, A.Trans, AZC, Tilt, Cruise, Cassette, P.Seat, Windows, Locks, You Have To Drive This One 1992 Olds Cutlass Cierra 4 Dr. Red 4 CyL, A.Trana. AZC, P. Steering, Brike*, Tilt, Cruise, Stereo, P. Window*, Locks Low Miles A Clean 1991 Ford F150 Super Cab Blue/White VS, A.Trans, Lariat XLT Tilt, Cruise, Cassette, P. 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