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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Scrapbook Page6    Hefald-Zetfung,    New    Braunfels. Texas     Thursday,    January    15,    \    967St. Paul’s Church Women    Guada    Coma    Garden Guada Coma Garden Club members planted a Chinese Pistache Tuesday In Landa Park in memory of the late Emma Neuse. From left are Roma Rheinlaender, Neuse's sister; Elvira DePasqual and Patty Baken nieces; Deanndra Baker, great-niece; and Elvira Richardson. DePasqual and Richardson were co chairmen for the Arbor Day project. Judy Kovacs Long, center, accepts a $500 donation to Hospice New Braunfels from Anges Lehmann, president of the American Lutheran Church Women of St. Paul's, and Angeline Borgfeld, club secretary. The group raised the donation through bake sales and individual contributions. The donation was made Monday during a meeting at St. Paul's activity center.Republican WomenMusic Study Club New Braunfels Music Study Club members    week. With the two college students is pro- heard a program by club scholarship win-    gram chairman Julie Michie, center. The ners Georg ie Tamayo and Mike Michie this    meeting was in Seele Parish House. District Judge Patricia Lykos of Harris County was the guest speaker at the Monday luncheon sponsored by the New Braunfels Republican Women. Above with Lykos, right, are club president Ann Kuehler, left, and retiring president Jan Kennedy. Below, Kennedy presents W.W. Amacher with an appreciation plaque for his contributions to the organization. Decorating committee Members of the decorating committee for the Mid-Texas Symphony Gall gathered this week to go over plans for the Feb. 21 event at the Civic Center. Seated from left are Jena Lee Cook, Yvonne Pipkin, Susan Pooiey and Martha Ward, in the second row are Florence Brennan, Connie Jurica and Maxine Estes, in back are Michael Ann Tingler and Janice Hardeman. For reservations, call S2S-67W. ;