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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Club notesKiwanis Club The Kiwanis Club held its monthly directors meeting at 6:45 a.m. Monday at Ray and Beverly’s Restaurant. The treasurer handed out copies of November and December receipts and disbursements, with current balances. The secretary presented the December report to Kiwanis International for approval by directors. Copies were also sent to Texas-Oklahoma District Secretary and to Division 5 Lt. Gov. Bob Howell. Copies of the weekly bulletin from Greater Randolph Area Kiwanis Club were reviewed for ideas, and suggestions on projects. President Jack Muehleisen reported on refilling about half of the gum ball machines. At one location, the employees reported that they liked the gum balls themselves. There were a couple of touching reports on delivering Christmas baskets. The directors voted to donate the two copier machines left over from the garage sale to the Salvation Army.Preceptor Rho of Beta Sigma Phi The Preceptor Rho of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met at Violet Voges home Monday. It was announced that the sorority would have a Supper Bowl parth at Gene and Deannie Chollett’s home on Jan. 22. We will have our annual Valentine’s Day party Feb. IO. Ginger Cadded was elected our Valentine Girl for 1984. Carol Schumann won the door prize. Karen Barganier gave a program on quilts. She had several quilts that her mother had made in the last few years. She also had one quilt that her grandmother had made. She gave a history on quits. In the colonial times a young girl was expected to make 13 quilts before she got married. Some think this was the beginning of our present day bridal showers. Karen explained to us how to take care of quilts. If a quilt is old it should be dry cleaned. To store a quilt, it should be rolled and put into a pillow case. Even if not used it should be taken out and washed every five years. A quilt shouldn’t be washed more than 2 times a year.Goodwin Extension The Goodwin Extension Homeakers met Jan. 5 in the home of Jerry Klink. Evelyn Hazel presented a list of topics from which to choose programs for the year. A few that were chosen are: public speaking tips, fix ahead meals, color coordination, and health risk appraisal. With such a variety of programs, we feel it will be a productive as well as informative year. Refreshments were served to 14 members.Lamdi Psi Lamda Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its meeting Monday at the home of Cindy Dees. The club hosted a Junior Miss send-off for Barbara May, who will participate in the Texas Junior Miss program later this month. Many of the contestants from the New Braunfels Junior Miss were there to wish Barbara good luck. A video of Junior Miss announcing the winners was shown.New Braunfels Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary Grand madame president Bess Linar-duzzi visited the FOE auxiliary Jan. 5. She flew into San Antonio Jan. 4 and was met by a group of auxiliary members. On Jan. 5, she toured the Christian Corral and then lunched at Pat’s Place. She arrived at the FOE hall at 6 p.m. and was welcomed by a lighted sign in her honor. She entered the hall, which was decorated in the theme “You Light Up My Light.” Supper was served to her and 162 members and guests. The guests were from Blanco, Spring Branch, Canyon Lake and the San Antonio auxliaries. Mayor O.A. “Skip” Stratemann presented her with the Burgermeister award, the Chamber of Commerce president Robert On* presented her a mug. She was escorted into the hall by Bernice Ebensberger, Madame State President. She was presented a money corsage and other money from the auxiliary. The Christian Corral played music for her and then presented her with cassette tapes. Fourteen candidates were initiated in her honor. Linarduzzi spoke to the auxiliary. The next meeting will be Jan. 17.Guada-Coma Garden Club The Guada Coma Garden Club met at the home of Doroty Rheinlander for its January meeting. Hostesses were Betty Richter, Esther Gumper, Erna Parsons, Dortha McCracken and Dorothy Rheinlander. Bill Schumann, County Agriculture Extension Agent, talked about spring pruning of trees and shrubs. His talk was illustrated with slides that showed the correct and incorrect methods of pi uning. The Arbor Day observance will be Jan. 20 at 10:30 a.m. in front of the miniature train station. A red oak tree will be planted in memory of Mrs. Roland (Arlene) Beut-nagel. The club will be assisted by the students of New Braunfels Christian Academy at the ceremony. The New Braunfels Garden Council will sponsor a joint meeting Jan. 19 at IO a.m. at the county extension office. Mrs. W.D. Bar, a Master Flower Show Judge, will speak on “How to Organize a Flower Show.” The “Paper into Trees” project collected 1,436 pounds of newspaper for recycling. Old papers may be dropped off at the luanda Rec Center. Officers for the 1984-85 year are: president, Peggy Morris; 1st vice president. Carolyn Morrison; 2nd vice president, Toby Lohr; secretary, Margaret Boetcher; treasurer, Judy Hayden and board members at-large, Esther Wise and Marie Gibson. An auditing committee was also elected — Betty Richter, Margaret Boetcher and Mary Adel Schneider. The Februrary meeting will be Feb. 14 at the home of Esther Wise at 1:30 p.m.Mission Valley Extension Homemakers Club The Mission Valley Extension Homemakers Club held its first meeting of 1984 at the extension meeting room Jan. 3. Due to the absence of president Nora Wit-tenborn, Lottie Kelm presided at the meeting. Roll call was “name your most successful diet,” which is probably on a lot of minds these days. The monthly programs for 1984 were planned, hostesses were appointed, and committee reports were heard. Regina McFarland was elected nominee for TEHA delegate to the district meeting in Carrizo Springs on April 5. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Annie Beck, Gloria Dietz and Normaly Fish beck. See CLUB NOTES, Page ISBeer, songs fail test of language ROCHESTER, NY. (AP) - That ain’t no way to treat the language, the Society for the Advancement of Good English declared upon examining Miller Brewing Co.’s ads for its Ute beer. So Miller gets SAGE’s third annual Dunce Cap of the Year award for proclaiming that Ute beer has “less calories” than regular beer. (If anything, SAGE says, Ute has “fewer calories.”) “The tendency is toward increasingly horrible uses of the language,” lamented Lawrence easier of Pittsford, president and founder of SAGE, which announced its dubious honors on Wednesday. Runners-up were Cinemax Corp., for proclaiming “We’re doing movies good,” and Burger King Corp. for its kicker, “And that ain’t peanuts.” The Nashville Songwriters Association won a runner-up spot for such grammatical crimes as “Don’t put no headstone on my grave" and “My heart won’t pay me no mind." And, of course, for, “That ain’t no way to treat a lady.” Doctor should use her title ME AVE NC TOBERY IPOUt 0 WAVE ADVEfiTICED IN TMICCPAPEl By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: I have a question about wedding invitations. My husband is a physician, as are our daughter and her fiance. Should we mention all the doctors? (I would think so.) Do we use our daughter’s last name, or do we use her first name only, preceded by “Doctor”? Or does she have to forego her title? (My husband doesn't think ifs fair to use the man’s title and not the woman’s. I agree.) If we were to used the following, would it look like a medical convention? Dr. and Mrs. Charles Cutwell request the honor of your presence at the marriage ai their daughter Dr. Elizabeth Jane Cutwell and Dr. Paul Erie Pillpusher MOTHER OF THE BRIDE DEAR MOTHER: AU the doctors are enUUed to use their titles. Aud I think they should. However, the decision should he left to your daughter. DEAR ABBY: I’m another longtime reader who never thought I’d see the day when I’d be writing a Dear Abby letter, but here I am because I am in desperate need of your advice. I’U try to make this short: I have met and fallen in love with a man who has every quality I’ve ever wanted in a man. I am 35 and he is 42, so we both have been around a while. The problem is, he doesn’t know how to kiss. How can I teU him without hurting his feelings? We have so much in common and I know we could have a wonderful relationship. We are both attractive, sensitive and affectionate, but when he kisses me, it’s Uke kissing a board! Please answer soon. He is a terrific man in every other way, and if he knew how to kiss, he’d be perfect. KISSING A BOARD DEAR KISSING: Don’t worry about hurting his feelings. He wUl forgive you after he becomes an expert. He is obviously keeping his Ups stiff, so tell him to relax and kiss you sofUy, genUy and tenderly. Better yet, reverse roles and give him a demonstration. Nobody is a great kisser naturally — everyone had to learn from someone. So teach him! DEAR ABBY: Last year my daughter was married. She is not a religious person and neither is he. Her background is Christian and his is Jewish. They wanted some kind of church wedding, but our minister refused to marry them, and her fiance couldn’t find a rabbi who would marry them. I know this sounds terrible, but it's true. I agonized over it until a friend suggested the Unitarian Church. I called the local pastor, and he was deUghted to perform the ceremony. He became ill at the last minute, so a young woman substituted in his place. 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