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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 19, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Scrapbook Hwrald-Zritung Thursday, January 19,1984    7Award recipient William Waring Jr.1 for his dedicated Theater during a board meeting last week. 'creative achievement.' William Waring Jr. was presented an award    Board President Marion 'Cookie' Clark for his dedicated service to Circle Arts    presented the award to Waring for his Phillips, state chairman. Not pictured is chairman of the board Larry Lehr. Below District Manager for Zales Terry Pendergraff, left, and Lois Cagle, manager of the New Braunfels store, present Phillips with a $2,500 check as a state sponsor for the scholarship program. With the Texas Junior Miss pageant due in New Braunfels next week preparati#ns are reaching a fast pace. Above, members of the Texas Junior Board of Directors are, from left, Ted Cook, president; Darryl Haag, treasurer; Carma Neilson, administrative secretary; Howard Athas, secretary; and Larry Members of the Comal County Bar Association had a luncheon meeting last week at the Faust Hotel. Court of Appeals Judge Bob Shannon of San Antonio was guest speaker and is welcomed by Dave Perkins, Bob Carter and Mark Patterson.Club notes. Members of Hermann Sons Lodge 21 in stalled officers recently. From left are Ronald D. Zipp, president; Janice Rauch, vice president; and Virginia Vetter. The officers were installed Jan. 8 in Bulverde. Staff photos by France BridgesYoung Farmers Comal County Young Farmers .ire participating in the 30th annual convention this week in Austin. The convention is observing the 30th year of the organization in Texas. Comal representatives include voting delegates Wayne Dietert and David Wiedenfeld and advisor Wesley Odell. Representatives from ISO chapters will hear speakers discuss agriculture and trade experiences, receive awards and conduct business for the organization. Texas Young Fanners are agriculturists under 36 years of age who operate local organizations with objectives of education, leadership, service and recreation. Members also work to develop their own leadership abilities, provide needed local community services and sponsor recreational activities for the young farm families and others in the community. Local sponsorship is through the agriculture departments of schools. The Comal chapter will have a work night Jan. 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the home of James Stolte Members are reminded to bring their paint brushes.Sons of Revolution A new chapter for the Sons of the American Revolution had its first organizational meeting Jan. ll at the home of Bill Hightower. The SAR is a national historical and patriotic society establishedinlaw. Guests included Carl Turney, SAR state president; Tom Breshehan, state organizing secretary; and Mrs. Lynn Gaas, representing the New Braunfels Daughters of the American Revolution. Those petitioning for the new charter were Bill Hightower, Myles Kuykendall, Clyde Cochran, Richard Clark, John Guenzel, Port Feary, Dr. Robert Morgan, Milo Kearny and Charles Mots. Bill Hightower was elected president and Milo Kearny was elected recording secretary. Further election of officers was postponed until further initiation of members. The chapter was named The William Hightower SAR Chapter of New Braunfels in honor of William Hightower who was a soldier in the American Revolutionary Army. Among the qualifications for membership is proof of being a direct descendant oif an American Revolution patriot. New members are invited and may call Bill Hightower at 625-6110 or Milo Kearny at 625-4731. Those who are accepted as members within this year will become charter members.Music Study Club The New Braunfels Music Study Club, NFMC, TFMC, met Jan. 13 at Seele Parish auditorium with a program observing National Federation of Music Clubs’ Founder’s Day. Dorothy Johnson, president, presented program leader Emogene Grill. The hymn of the month was “Rock of Ages" and the “NFMC Collect” was sung by the club Ensemble Anges Lehmann gave a paper on “Later 19th Century Music.” Glenn F. Green, tenor arui a club scholarship winner, sang “O Mistress Mine" and “Come Away, Death" by Roger Quilter. “Wil Melodies” Op. 59, No. 3 was sung by soprano Susan Ammon, accompanied try pianist Patricia Coffee. Janes Haas, pianist, played Rach-manioff s “Etude-Tableau," Op. 33, No. 7. Gertrude Fischer gave a short history of the club’s affiliation with the Texas and National Federation of Music Hubs. The Club Ensemble closed the program by tinging the Official Benediction af NFMC. Greeters for the evening were Patricia Coffee and Eva Noster.Kiwanis Club The Kiwanis (Tub meeting Monday morning at Ray and Beverly’s Restaurant was devoted to a program on Kiwarus growth and development presented by Jack Muehleisen While asking for ideas and suggestions from members, he stressed the plans for helping Hie handicapped and reaching the underprivileged. He also discussed the plan for getting new members. Ask One. Don Constance and Oscar Cuthbert left early for Bastrop but gave their ideas and comments VFW Auxiliary V.F.W. Auxiliary 7110 met at tile post home Jan. ll. Nora Soechting presided Alice Allen and Ixiretta Baker were voted as new members. It was decided to have a program on boat safety before the March meeting. It was also decided to give a donation to the State Nursing Scholarship. The membership party wilt be Feb. 20 at the post home, with the doors opening at 6 p m. and tile party starting at 6:30 p.m. The program is chaired by Lucille Voges Reserv ations must be made by Feb 15 by calling Virginia Haas at 625-0873, Lucille Voges at 625-2281. Maxine Reinger at 625-3674 A Valentine party for the residents of Oak Crest Nursing Home will be Feb. 13 at 2:45 pm. Anyone interested in helping should call Theska Rust at 629-3107. The next meeting will be Feb. 8 at 7:30 pm at 600 Reave AveClub policies If your club or organization is planning an interesting activity, we invite you to submit a short item for the Activities column which runs each Wednesday and Sunday. Information for the column should be submitted at least a week in advance and include the club name, date and time of the meeting. Bar Association meetingHermann Sons officers ;