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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 24, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas La Mujer Tejana anniversary Celebrating its first anniversary last week was La Mujer Tejana which meets the fourth Thursday of each month. One of its goals is to unite the women of the community in a genuine spiritual fellowship. From left are President Anita Stipnieks; guests, Carmen Hernandez, Noelia Davila and Janie Lopez; and Secretary Rachel Herrera.Academy service award The board of New Braunfels Christian Academy presented its annual Outstanding Service Award at an appreciation dinner last Thursday at Northcliffe Country Club. Peggy Morris, left presents the plaque to Lois M. Gerhardt, music director at the school.Leadership changes Comal County Democrats met Tuesday night at First Federal Savings and Loan Association to elect officers. Here, Kathy Photos by Frances Bridges Bock, retiring president, discusses plans with the newly elected president Rosemary Allen.V.F.W. Auxiliary Members of the V.F.W Auxiliary 7110 heard Kennon Garofalo, Hays County Women's Center education coordinator, discuss her work at the meeting last week. From left are Virginia Haas, chairman; Elsie Pfeiffer, District 5 president of Lockhart; Elizabeth Wohlfahrt, auxiliary president; Garofalo; and Clara Pfannstiel, program chairman. Convention plans Staff photo by Cindy RichardsonHistorial Commission tour Representatives of area garden clubs gathered last week at the New Braunfels Council of Garden Clubs meeting to discuss plans for the District VII convention here next month. From left are Elsie DuBois, president of the council; Dr. Dorris Brown, council delegate; and Ruth Jenks, District VII director from San Antonio. Comal County Historical Commission members toured the Gruene Mansion, the Schlichting barn (one of the oldest structures in the area) and the Sadler homestead on Hunter Road Sunday. Gallagher opens the door to show members corncrib unit behind the mansion. ;