New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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Tureday ta 7 th# Catholic Duigh-len held « covered dish ami in St Miry’* Hall honoring our prints and deacon and their wive! tony"thankyou” fbr the aovice and guidance they provide. Hie evening begin with Mpgr. BdwatdBily Hying Man, followed by a delicious meal.
Hie Catholic Daughters presented Msgj\ Eugene O’Callaghan with i new holy water sprinkler to replace the IWK*1 uteri old one. beta were Tsoy Burton Sally DeVioey, Vera Riggs and Delores Burch.
Hie regular meeting of SOS Inc. Food Bank board cf directors WH held June 20,1994. Thoae directors present were: Howvd Bottler, Peace Lutheran; Lindel Bittick, Oakwood Baptist; Gladys Biding, Flm Protestant; Angeline Bocgfeld, St Paul Lutheran; Bill Doolittle, First Methodist; Betty Drswe, New Braunfels Presbyterian; Myra Ebert, St*. Peter A Paul Cuholic; Elmo Fischer, Faith United Church of Christ; Inez Fbrtaon, Ste. Peter A Paul Catholic; FtanoM Harmon, Oakwood Baptist; Cad Thurman, First Baptist; Dorothy Weems; Eastside B^Siat; and Elinor Wens, St John’s Episcopal.
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to reconstruct the Eagles Hail diet has deterioissed over die last several years. Adelene Row WH elected SMH Conductor—and alao received "Woman of the Year" Award. Carol Oietels
Activity POOK IOT rKBOn HUIHUI Afret received second place. Sick and Visiting Committee report on Lola Diachinger, Elsie Kneupper, Maxine Fbrst, Lena EUey, Teaks Madomann, Elizabeth Wohlfthrt, Frances Halberdier and Debbie Heater.
the sixth anniversary July 18 horn 10-11 t.m. in the new SOS Inc. Food Bank building at 248 Merriwesther Street
SOS Inc. Food Bank wishes to acknowledge with deep appreciation for May donations dom the following: Tree Tops Restaurant, Postoffice, Popeyes, Texas Warehouse, H.E.B.,
Wuest’s John Deschner, ADM Milling Co., Flat Baptist, St John’s Episcopal, Oakwood Baptist, SM. Peter A Paul Catholic, New Braunfels Presbyterian, First Methodist, Peace Lutheran, St Faut Lutheran, Cron Lutheran.
Bagie Auxiliary, June 1994. Cleo Jones wu instilled u vice president and Bernice Ebensbetger is Outride Guard of the Auxiliary.
The Auxiliary voted to have four birthday parties during the Eagle year and two membership parties, and past presidents to have the Bingo Kitchen every fifth Thursday.
Clare Peterson was appointed as auditor and Bernice Ebensberger as publicity chairman. Seven members were dropped ftom the membership list. Bob Schimi was presented a plaque from Grind Aerie—because of lus participation in the Art Contest sponsored by the Auxiliary. The Fall Leadership Conference will be held In San Antonio in October. Five of the delegates to the Stale Convention gave their reports. The State Project for the lions Children's Camp raised $47,000
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Family Outreach held their monthly boud meeting on June 9. The fbcua of the meeting WH on upcoming fiind-raisng possibilities. Two prospective new board members were introduced. Chad Israel, an aircraft maintenance engineer, and David Friesenhahn, an Assistant County Attorney.
On June 12, Family Outreach volunteers and board members attended a summer social.
On June 15, the nominating committee and planning committee met. Boud members were nominated for officer positions on the board. The nominees will be announced at theQay Forties Chib
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next board meeting. The planning committee discussed the upcoming Annual Board Meeting and ways to get volunteers involved in the meetings VohuHu ^predation idere were also discussed.
The next board meeting is scheduled for August4,1994. Anyone interested in becoming a member it welcomed to attend or call 620-1299.
Friedens Church located in Geronimo, Texre held its annual, major fundraiser for their building fund projects June 18,1994.
The fish fry meal, the craft store, cake sales, children’s fen booths as well as the auction of donated items was extremely successful. The church body wishes to thank those persons both member and non-members who participated in this fund-raiser for their support and hud work. There wu fine food, ftm, laugher intermingled within effective lUnd-raising project.
The fellowship * Friedens fills the air with warmth and good cheer. Thanks be to God and to all the friends of Friedens!
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The Starlight Ballroom Dance Club held their Patriotic Dance on July 9 at the Eagles Hall. Music wu provided by the ’’Utile Fishermen.” Hie hall was decorated with an American flag ; theme.
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Tbs folk) wing companion of rmidmtial rates ohafBsd by 13 Electric Utilities ware compiled from Fatales released by th* Public Utility Commiadm of Texas. The Haunts shown are far 1000 Kwh sod include feel, ead other related ooets. In onto that our customers my m Mrs nwf srisnu ofWBU chaum, we have included thus md tbs order in whicb they repressor.
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