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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas tKaleidoscope Thufsday, February 21, 1991 Herakl-Za/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Page 9 • - ,<• 4| «ft    J Debutante Gina Davis, at left, is escorted through the New Braunfels High School Jr. ROTO Honor Guard by her father, J. Lynn Davis. Above, Kirsten Emily Foerster executes the traditional Texas Bow on stage at the annual Mid-Texas Symphony Debutante Ball while her escort Warren Ferguson, left, and father Gary Foerster look on. Debutantes presented at annual ball Twenty-two senior girls from 'Canyon, New Braunfels, and Smithson Valley high schools made their ■debut during the Mid-Texas Symphony’s “Carousel Waltz” Ball held at the Civic Center Saturday, Feb. 16. * Each debutante was formally presented center stage. Flaked by brightly painted antique carousel horses, each girl executed the traditional Texas Bow to the delight of proud parents, symphony members, and guests. The girls later waltzed first with their fathers and then with their escorts, to the music of the “Theme from Doctor Zhivago.” Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Curt Pfannstiel. The New Braunfels High School Marine Corps Jr. ROTC Honor Guard also participated in the presentation. Responsible for this year’s Symphony debutantes' activities are committee members Melaney Beath, Chairman; Susan Bell, co-chairman; Sharon Bradberry, secretary; Carol Stein, wardrobe coordinator, Patricia Herring, social coordinator, Sharon Knibbe, special events coordinator, .and Stephanie Coley, publicity ; coordinator. The debutantes for the 1990-91 Debutante Tara Lyn Debner asked family friend Larry Herring to be her escort because her father, Maj. R. Cody Debner, is hospital administrator with the 32nd Medical Evacuation Group Serving Operation Desert Storm. Debutante Justine Niccole For-shage walks with father Frank Forshage at the ball. symphony season are: Melissa Dawn Daffin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Daffin, escorted by Dennis Erhardt Lehmann II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Lehmann and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent John; Gina Lynn Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynn Davis, escorted by William Michael Hearn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hearn; Tara Lyn Debner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Cody Debner Jr., escorted by Neil Aaron Campbell; Kimberly Z. Durham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Durham Jr., escorted by Trace Durham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Durham Jr.; Kirsten Emily Foerster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foerster, escorted by Warren Ferguson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ferguson; Justine Niccole Forshage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Forshage, escorted by Lance Wade Massey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Massey; And, Lisa Ann Holden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Holden, escorted by Gregory Glenn Chandler, sot of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chandler; Yvonne Marie Koening, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Koening, escorted by William I sham Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Travis Hamilton; Katherine Kennis Kuehler, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joe Kuehler, escorted by Matthew Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walters; Yvette Eden Lemoine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Lemoine, escorted by Sion Skroder, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Skroder, Sally Elizabeth Norwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Norwood, escorted by Daniel Blecher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Blecher, Marcy Lee Odell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Odell, escorted by Austin Montanio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Montanio; Also, Melissa Renee Putska, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Putska, escorted by Mark Dcels, son of Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth heels; Ann Mjchelle Spitzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Spitzer, escorted by Matthew Wayne Rector, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rector, Candice Leigh Thrift, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynn Thrift, escorted by Matt Slocum, son of Ms. CTL Slocum; Allison Tilly, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Michael L. Tilly, escorted by Brian Edward Sciantarelli; Amy Jo Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wagner, escorted by aint Barren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Barrett; Aimee Audrey Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Watson, escorted by Jason Russell Boss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Boss; Christine Marie Wenzel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wenzel; escorted by Ralph Ben Miller QI, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ben Miller II; Tara Lynne Williford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cary Williford, escorted by Keegan Koy Armke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Armke; Robyn Kay Wunderlich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Wunderlich, escorted by Justin Jay Jonas, son of Mr. Elroy Jonas and Ms. Joy Jonas; Elizabeth Lillian Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Young Jr., escorted by Matthew Carroll Forrester, son of Mr. Tom Forrester and Ms. Mary Lillian Chappell. Additional escorts for the evening were Chad Jason Knibbe and Kristopher Kennis Kuehler. The young ladies, their escorts, and families will long remember the evening's balls as the climax of wonderful debutante year. Dear Abby Son’s Memories of Mother Are Not Clouded With Guilt Club notes DEAR ABBY: Quite some time 4go, you published a letter from someone who had lost his mother or Cather and had failed to communicate his love to them. Then it was too tate. I want you to know that I benetted from that letter and your response. Recently, I lost my mother. She was only 69 and died of a heart attack. She was such a sweetheart. Thanks to you, my sadness was not due to guilt, because for the last IO or 12 years of her life I telephoned her regularly, wrote letters from time to time and remembered her on special occasions. I also visited her every three months although it was a 13-hour drive. On those occasions we had so many laughs and such a good time. While I feel that I would have tried to be a good son, your column reminded me that we are on this Earth such a short time, and after someone dies, it’s too late to say, “I love you.” Thank you. If you want to use this letter, you may use my name. THOMAS T. MENEAR, ATLANTA DEAR MR. MENEAR: The letter that made a difference in your life is one that has been clipped and carried in more wallets than any other. And here it is: DEAR ABBY: I am the most brokenhearted person in the world. I could always find the time to go everywhere else, but never time to visit Mom and Dad. They sat at home and loved me just the same. It’s too late now to give them those few hours of happiness I was too selfish and busy to give. Now when I go to their graves and see the green grass above them, I wonder if God will ever forgive me for the heartaches I must have caused them while they were alive. I pray to God that those who still have their parents to visit, do so, and show their love and respect while there is still time, for it’s later than you think. TOO LATE DEAR ABBY: I just learned that the son of some good friends of ours committed suicide. They live in a distant city, but we have had a long- BARGAIN MATIN! I S 4 JO 10 5 TO DAU V time close friendship. We want to write them a letter of condolence, but are not sure whether we should mention the cause of their son’s death or not. Please advise us. LONGTIME FRIENDS DEAR FRIENDS: To quote from my booklet, “How to Write Letters for All Occasions”: “It isn't necessary to mention the cause of death. Many people ignore a death by suicide because they don’t know what to say. Express your sorrow just as if the person had died of natural causes.” Retired Eagles The Retired Eagles Activities Club met Fob. 8 at Eagles Hall with 63 members. Etta Hanz and Hannah Rowald are on the sick committee; let them know of any members who are sick or in the hospital. The members played dominoes, cards and bunco after the meal, and had a guessing game of candy in a jar, which was won by Raymond Voges. The next meeting is March 17 from 2 to 6 p.m. and members are to bring sandwiches. Those with March birthdays or anniversaries are to bring cake or cookies. Laureate Upsilon The Laureate Upsilon Chainer of Beta Sigma Phi met Feb. ll at the home of Genevieve Tart. It was announced the sorority would sponsor Jennifer Evans for “Young Woman of the Year.” There will be a citywide “Rush Tea” March 17 at Southbank from 2 to 4 p.m. The sorority decided to give SICO to the Senior Citizens Center. Genevieve Tart gave the program on “What kinds of personality gifts are there?” The door prize was won by Lcnore Courtright. Texas lota Master Texas Iota Master met in the home of Marie Jarisch for its February meeting. Louie Miller and Evelyn Schluctcr were co-hostesses. Texas Iota Master, along with Laureate Upsilon, will sponsor Jennifer Evans in the Young Woman of the Year program. Members voted to make a donation to the Senior Citizens Center and were reminded of the Rush Party sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi City County. Chapter Valentine Sweetheart Jane Reinarz was presented a box of candy. Marie Jarisch gave the program, “The Magic of Travel.” Newcomers Bridge The winners of the Newcomers Gub’s Ladies Bridge Marathon for February are: first place, Lillian Dimick and Jeannine Johnson; second, Betty Keams and Betty Painter; third, Geneva Detty and Shirley Konze. Results for the Men's Bridge for February: first. Fred Wagner, second, Barry Brooks; third, Roland Boenig; fourth, Bill Kl ink; and fifth. Paul Obis. Mission Valley Homemakers Mission Valley Extension Homemakers lad a covered-dish luncheon Feb. 6 at the extension meeting room to celebrate their SOth anniversary. They honored the charter members and the first agent, Mrs. Loreen Russell Ludwig. She organized the club on Feb. 5, 1941, with eight members present. She gave demonstrations in thehome on canning, frame gardening, wool washing, etc. Their slogan Schwarzenegger is frMftiCOS Ha Mon. • Frl. 7:00 9:15 Sat. - Sun. 2:00 4:15 7:00 9:15 I al Ill'll n/inftMifl LOOK WHO’S LUKING TOO WALNUT 6 629-6400 Discount L).»y I ut scluy SZ OU I st cpl .IS \<>tt ti • • • - i • m rn • tt t & HOME^AlDNe A I AMM* Cm* IMI______ SAT. ■ SUN.    WEEKDAYS 1:1# 3:10 5:10 7:10 0:10    0:10    7:10    0:10 KSS KEVIN COSTNER SAT. • SUN. WEEKDAYS    ,J'. 1:11 430 7:40    4:30    7:45 SAT. - SUN    WEEKDAYS 130 JKX) IOO 7:00 030 •*• 7*0 030 SAT. SUN.    WEEKDAYS 12:45 24« 0:10 7:24 5:35 5:10 735 5:35 SXI. . MIN.    WEEKDAYS 1:20 330 530 730 5:20    5    20    7    30    5    20 NOTHING BUT TROUBLE (unit. SAT. SUN.    WEEKDAYS 12:40 2 40 130 7:11 5:30 530 7:1« 4:30 Times good thru Thurs. 2-21-91 was “Eat it up, wear it out, make it do, ordo without.” The club has grown to 36 members. Wilma Heise was in charge of the program. Members brought articles they had made over the years like crocheting with string from feed sacks, smocked aprons, hammered trays, flowers, hats, etc. The historian, Rola Meckel, brought all the old yearbooks so members enjoyed reminiscing. Preceptor Rho The Valentine meeting of Preceptor Rho was'held Feb. 11 at the home of Linda Pinson. The discussion topics were the Valentine dance on Feb. 9 and the upcoming spring rush on March 17 from 2 to 4 pm. at Southbank. Each members was requested to bring someone as a possible rushee. The Team Q and IQ party will be held Feb. 22 at the STAGE theater in Bulverde. Patrice Dayton gave the program on art and self-expression. Nadya Lehmann thanked everyone for the silver heart pin and earring given to her in honor of her being chosen Valentine sweetheart. Members attired in Valentine colors enchanged Beta Buddy gifts and enjoyed heart-shaped sandwiches and cake. VFW Auxillary The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7110 met for their regular meeting Feb. 13 following a Safety Program on drug UPHOLSTERY CLEANING ^ TERRY* CLEANING c,n SERVICES 629-1322 Storing th* Wi Ctnnty Arts Smet WI abuse. Cape. Robert Owens spoke on the DARE program he teaches to area fifth graders. Safe Qty Commission Director Mike Grist also attended. ROTC Marine Cadet Chris Krueger and Mr. Sumner spoke on the ROTC program at NBHS. Fifth District Auxiliary President Martha Ellis was escorted in by the Color Guard. Legislative Chairman Lora Bradley asked all to write their Congressman for more fairness on the Disabled Veterans benefits. Americanism Chairman Janice Quem gave a report on the March 2 rally. Auxiliary voted to have participant ribbons for all students participating in the “Support the Troops" poster contest for kindergarten through fifth grade. Monetary gifts were given to the Girl Scouts, Humane Society. Operation Hometown, and Disaster fund. The Auxiliary was reminded to have teddy bears ready for judging at the April District 5 meeting in Gonzales. The Salad Supper is Much 11. wpht; ;: .w :: .... Palace rn Friday, February 22 9:00 - 1:00 Candee & Gordon Land Saturday, February 23 9:00 - 2:00 Damara Smith Coming Soon Saturday, March 23 Aaron Mon. • Frl. 7KW 9:15 Sat • Sun. 2:00 4:15 7:00 9:15 £3 I Restaurant Di1N0i| llWjfi v NOW OPEN SUNDAY Mon. Sun. 8:30 a m. - 9:00 Hwy. 281 N. approximately 5 miles north of 1604 Loft dining available 438-2526 Dove thru Buy Any Bar-B-Q Plate At Regular Price Get Next Smaller Plate at Half Price With Ad/Limit I lo a Customer GARRETT'S Steak Halide Formerly Western Steer All - U- Can - Eat Friday— 4:30-10 PM Catfish-Popcorn Shrimp-Clams Clam-Chowder    . Salad Bar    9 Dessert 4 99 ISSI IH 38 No. Daily Lunch Specials 620-0313 ;