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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Scrapbook : Page*      Herald-ZWfung,    New    Braunfels,    Texas     Thursday.    February    26,1887Teachers off the Year Library donation New Braunfels (SD hosted a reception last week for its Teachers of the Year. Receiving their jackets during ceremonies at the LSSLIK KRICWALDT/Staff Photographer Education Center are, from left, Wilford Schlather, 1985*86; Carol DeHaven, 198485; and Johnnie Hauk, 1986 87. Concrete planters were donated to Dittlinger Memorial Library by the National Association of Retired Federal Employees Chapter 666 and M-Bank. From left are Vicki Hocker, bill PA It KER/Staff Photographer library director; R. Roland Boenig, chapter president; Dan Dietert of M-Bank; W.B. Amacher, chapter member; and Emil Moore, chapter member. Celebrity luncheon Local celebrities donned aprons and turned on the charm Friday to coax donations from luncheon guests for the Leukemia Society of America. County Judge Fred Clark serves DARYL CLARK/Staff RRalaypmr Commissioner Jumbo Evans. The tips for the 'waiters4 and 'waitresses' will help fund the research efforts of the leukemia society. American Legion American Legion Post 643 of Canyon Lake donated 1500 to revamp the photo copy machine at Teen Connection. Post Commander Jim Wagner and Teen Connection LESLIE KRIC WALDT/Staff director Nancy Ney check out the machine. Post chaplain Clyde Jacobs who has taught at Teen Connection suggested the donation. Museum exhibit A new exhibit is ready at the Sophienburg    and Helen Schoolcraft, right. The women Memorial Museum thanks to the efforts of    donated the costumes which are displayed. Alva Rahe, left, Ellen Steubing Calmbach ;