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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES FOREVER Hometown Join Walk-A-Thon for Teen Connection By ROSEMARIE GREGORY Feb. 21 was the first gala presentation of beautiful and talented young women of the New Braunfels area. Mid-Texas Symphony Debutantes made their debuts in sparkling white ball gowns before 400 well-wishers at the Mid-Texas Symphony Ball in the Civic Center sponsored by the New Braunfels Chapter of the Mid Texas Symphony Guild. Those presented were Suzanne Carterette Bock, daughter of Bennie and Kathy Bock II, Julianne Fundis Bremer, daughter of Curtis and Edna Bremer; Rheagan Dawn Brown, daughter of Dwain and Merle Brown, DeLynn Davidek. daughter of Tommy and Johnnie Mae Davidek; Sandra Jane Fey, daughter of Fred and Roselyn Fey; LaRae Carol Fischer, daughter of Ed and Vel Fischer; Merrie Alena Fox, daughter of Michael and Pat Fox; Melissa Carmen Garza, daughter of Steve and Julie Heynis, Stacy Elaine Goodbread, daughter of James and Stephanie Goodbread, Sunni Bene Johnson, daughter of Wayne and Susan Pooley, Kathryn Elizabeth Kyle, daughter of Betty Kyle. Suzette Lea Linke. daughter of Olin and Gala Linke. Danielle Kay Ott, daughter of Arlon and De Ann Ott, Renee Jane Preiss, daughter of Merlene Peters; Alicia Ann Stein, daughter of Earl and Carol Stein; and Heather DeLaine Woods, daughter of David and Fred-dee Carr While the Moonlight Express played a medley of tunes from "My Fair Lady,” the evening’s theme, each deb on cue from master of ceremonies Ray Schoch began her walk to the stage on the arm of her father or presenter On stage, she was joined by her escort and did the full court bow — the forehead to the floor curtsy for which Texas debs are known Following the debutantes' opening waltz with their fathers, all guests were invited to join in the dancing. A dramatic arrangment of heavily silver-glittered cylinders holding votives in crystal containers, swags of tulle, ropes of pearls, white gloves and top hats centered white-clothed tables. The evening's theme was further interpreted with life-size silhouettes of 1890s ladies and gentlemen dressed in their finest White pillars topped with fem added to the decor In the lobby, along with mannequins in period dress was a white gazebo used as a backdrop for photographs Much credit for the flawless evening goes to the Mid-Texas Symphony Guild, New Braunfels Chapter with Dorothy Mercer, president; Mary Ellen Landry, vice president, Bobbie Allen, secretary. Jimmie Allen, treasurer; Jan Ken-nady, publicity; Ken Daniels, advertising, Michael Ann Tengler, telephone; and the Chapter’s Symphony Debutante Committee with Kathy Cook, chairman, Lynda Brodtmann, Jan Kotylo and Cindy Wicker Also, accolades to the Symphony Ball Committee with Dorothy Mercer and Jean Rogers, ball chairmen. Janice Hardeman, decorations, Jan Kennady and Mary Ellen Landry, tickets, Bill Haas and Chris Dees, lighting, Jerry and Sandy Goode, dance choreographers; Jane Haas, program choreographers and committee members. Sharon Bradberry, Jena Lea Cook. Maxine Estes. Kathy Dierksen. Connie Jurica, Maria Leach, Jim Mercer. Yvonne Pipkin. Susan Pooley. Suzanne Rogers, Joan Sciantarelli, Will Stauffer. Belgard Suhr, Michael Ann Tengler, Vicki Walker, Martha Ward and Jan Wright. And as the song goes, it did seem everyone danced all night. It was that kind of perfect evening A before the ball reception was held in honor of the 1987 Mid-Texas Symphony Debutantes at the home of Jack and Robbie Bombers with Marsha and Robert Orr co-hosting the event The Debs lined the Bombers’ graceful stairway for a group photograph which will be on display at the Hotel Faust. Another lovely event this past week end was the champagne reception and showing of sculpture by Ann Armstrong sponsored by MBank and the Medical Auxiliary with Gayle Hampel, president; Mary Owens, president-elect; Frances Soechting, treasurer; and Isabel Campos, secretary; to benefit the Emergency Children’s Shelter. The Sculpture portraits are on display in the MBank lobby and third floor through the week. A portion of all sales goes to the Shelter. ****** Robert Nowotny’s Cinema Ventures’ production of “Billy Galvin” starring Karl Malden and Lenny Von Dohlen will open Feb. 27 in San Antonio at the Fox Theater, Central Park Mall. Robert and his wife, Linda have attended openings of the film all week in Houston and are pleased with the reviews They were particularly pleased with the reviews from the Los Angeles Critic’s opening which referred to “Billy Galvin” as a gem of a movie with a straightforward style that shines with emotional honesty. The success of “Billy Galvin" has been a long-worked dream for Robert. He is now looking at scripts for Cinema Ventures next project and the excitment begins all over again because nothing beats doing what you love! The New Braunfels Republican Women gathered for a tour of the new Courthouse Annex Feb. 16. County Clerk Rosie Bosenbury conducted the tour and gave explanations of the various areas The group then went to lunch at the Western Steer with a business meeting following. Ann Kuehler is president of the organization Jean Rogers is vice president and in charge of programs. The New Braunfels Garden Council-sponsored open forum/challenge “Maintain Beauty with Growth” was well received the evening of Feb. 18 Moderated by Jan Kennady, the panel of Joe Michie. Tom Purdum. David Whatley. Bill Schumann and Bernie Boa met was presented questions to address for IO minutes each The audience in turn responded with written questions to individual panel members The panelists each had two minutes to respond It was an informative time The request that the New Bmantels Garden Council present a forum on a yearly basts as a public service was heard frequently during intermission and following the dose of the discussion. Several newcomers to our area attending were Lucille and Frank Do rems Frank was formerly with Shell Oil They've bought Jack Ohlrich's home on Ridge Another newcomer attending was Mike Ezer Mike is with Dean Word and a more enthusiastic supporter of our community would be hard to find Also, a welcome sight were candidates for City Council in the audience They were Doug Miller and Dennis Kaderli A 25 mile Walk-a-Thon is scheduled for March 26. with registration from 7-8 a m at the Schlitterbahn to benefit Teen Connection programs of alternative school, foster group home and counseling service. Those entering may walk, run or bike all or part of the distance. Pledges can be obtained from friends, family, co-workers or businesses for each mile completed. Businesses and organizations can sponsor their own representative or pledge a dollar amount for a registrant the Teen Connection chooses. Those already involved are Jaycees. 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