New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 20, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas
Page 8A — Herald-Zeitung — Friday, July 20, 2001Club Notes
The New Braunfels Retired Teachers Association enjoyed some wonderful music provided by Frederick Hozdorf, a Danish exchange student here in New Braunfels.
New Braunfels Retired Teachers Association newly installed officers for 2001-2002 are: from right: Anita Stipnieks, president; Lucille Neuse, vice president; Ann Kleeman, secretary; and Pauline Reynolds, treasurer.
New Braunfels Retired Teachers Association presented scholarships of $200 each to six students who plan to enter the teaching profession: (from left) Marie Polka (SV), Natalie Walther (NB), Christi Janoe (CHS), Andrea Weldy (NB), Claire Lindley (CHS), Anne Jenkins (SV, not shown).
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By making a minimum $1,000 contribution to Rotary International, Rotarian Berry Moore honors his wife, Judy, with a Paul Harris Fellow presented by New Braunfels Rotary Club President Rita Kaufmann.
The Joseph Acker Chapter No. 382 of the Texas Society, United States Daughters of 1812, met for its regular meeting April 24 at 9:30 a.m. in the Educational Building on Mill Street.
Hostess Mary Colson served delicious refreshments.
President Ann Collins presided at the meeting. Pledges to the U.S. Flag, Texas Flag, 1812 Flag and American s Creed were repeated in unison. Invocation was given by Vesta Lee. Helen Decker was welcomed as a guest, and Tommie Stulting of Waelder was welcomed as a new member.
Minutes were read and approved, and the treasurer s report was filed.
Fourth VP National Delitha Guenzel gave a report on Associate Council, held April 5-8 in Washington, D.C., at Hotel Washington. She was accompanied by her granddaughter, Rose Bethancourt of San Marcos, who Paged at the council. They were privileged to attend a performance of ‘Tall Grass” at the Ford Theatre the night
of their arrival.
Bethancourt sang the “National Anthem” at the Banquet of State Presidents, Past and Present, of which Guenzel is president. Texas was represented by 16 ladies representing seven chapters. They won only six awards this year.
At the memorial service held at the Grace Reformed Church, deceased members of the organization were remembered. Bethancourt sang “Amazing Grace” in memory of Hon.V.P.Nat. Mary Fay of the Tait Chapter in Houston.
The tea which followed the service at headquarters was hosted by Georgia.
The program was presented by Vesta Lee. “The Art of Quilling” was taught to the ladies present. Lee furnished supplies and brought a framed example of quilling that her daughter had made for her. Everyone took a small project home.
Chaplain Lee gave the benediction.
CoUins thanked hostess Colson.
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Braunfels Rotary, presents $1,000 to coach and Rotarian Bud Dallmann for New
Braunfels Swim Club.
Linda Dieted and Julie Swift accept a contribution for fundraising events from Rita Kaufmann, president of New Braunfels Rotary Club.
By making a minimum $1,000 contribution to Rotary International, Rotarian Bob Stahlrnan honors his wife, Betty, with a Paul Harris Fellow presented by New Braunfels Rotary Club President Rita Kaufmann.
Rotary International Exchange Students Manuela Leemann (seated) and Maureen Herzig, both from Switzerland, present their club’s banner to Kathy Meurin, Rotary District 5840 exchange student representative and New Braunfels Rotary Club President Rita Kaufmann.
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Members of the Texas lota Master presented a gift certificate to St. Jude’s. From left are Willie Mae Coffman; Mike Countryman from St. Jude’s Children Ranch; and Ida Pittman.
Members and guests, totaling 107, of The Gay Forties Clubs attended the “Out of Africa” Coffee which took place June 14 in Landa Haus. The African motif included items brought back from Africa by former Ambassador to Burundi and Botswana Bob Krueger and his family. Kathleen Krueger was the guest speaker, giving personal observations of life in Africa. Upon entering Landa Haus attendees viewed videos made in Africa and the sounds of African
music filled the rooms. Guests included Sarabeth Guinn, Alissa Hollmig, Summer Scheel and Amanda Schneider; also Mitzi Dreher of Austin, Judy Morton of San Antonio,
Ellen Orr of Dallas, Wendy Vadachkaria of San Antonio and Patsy Long of Seguin. Co-chairpersons of the event were Tricia Albrecht and Tracie Guinn, assisted by their committee which included Nina Guinn, Marsha Orr, Dana Riedel and Jana Tavarez.
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New Braunfels Rotary Club members Delray York (left) and Pete Hendricks (right) receive “Sparkplug of the Quarter* awards for their work to form the Canyon Lake Rotary Club. York and Hendricks thank Rotary Exchange Student Frederick Hozdorf for the dinner music he performed at the Canyon Lake Rotary installation banquet.
By making a minimum $1,000 contribution to Rotary International, Rotarian Ray Smith is presented with a Paul Harris Fellow by New Braunfels Rotary Club President Rita Kaufmann.