New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
8 A □ Herald-Zeitung J Sunday, March 10, 1996Club Notes
New Gay 40s Club members: Caryl Ani B Nevitt, Sarah Shea and Phyllis Offerman.
Rose Marie Zipp, Michele
February Party Chairman Cathy Taylor and committee Nancy Classen, Kay Reneau, Toby Lohr, Cathy Taylor, Anna Clare Ray, Frances Peston, Francis Lewis and Uz Norwood.
Gay 40s Club
Newly elected members of the Gay 40s Club were honored with a Welcome New Members dinner at the Gruene Mansion Restaurant on Feb. 19. Greeting the guests at the door on their arrival were the following new members and their spouses: Rose Marie and Dr. Glenn Roy Zipp, Michele and George Nevitt, Sarah and Barry Shea, Phyllis and Don Offerman, and Caryl Ann Baker.
. Dinner guests were seated at individual tables that were cantered with hurricane lamps and potted cyclamen. The cyclamen were later awarded as attendance prizes.
Social Chairman for the dinner was Cathy Taylor. Her committee included Toby Lohr, Frances Lewis, Liz Norwood, Anna Clare Ray, Nancy Classen, Kay Reneau, and Frances Pre
One hundred forty seven club members, husbands and escorts and guests attended the party. Guests included Marilyn Hatchett, Wm. Borchers and Dolly Altgelt.
The Social Meeting of the Eagles Auxiliary was held Monday, Feb. 19 with 30 members present. Michael Tengler and Olivia (Benni) Waterbury were initiated into membership in honor of National Presidents’ Day. Correspondence read by Secretary Carol Dietel was: A thank you from the Rosa Hansmann Family for a memorial; More information on the Leadership Conference in Dallas; a letter from of group of 4-H clubs and request for donations to another individual who wants to attend an out of state meeting.
Sunshine Chairman Florie Bunch stated that a memorial for Marcia Hudson’s mother had been sent to the Alzheimer Association in San Antonio. Naomi Zimmerman’s family received a memorial to the cancer fund and that food had been taken to the family of Hilda Zimmermann the day of Hilda’s funeral. Sick and Visiting Chairman reported on: Alice Schom, Beatrice Coleman and Vivian Dietert. Bingo Kitchen reports were given by Sue Heinemeyer and Bernice Ebensberger. More information was given on the rescheduled District 3 meeting.
The Auxiliary voted to send Ade-lene Row as a delegate to the leadership conference in Dallas and to submit a letter of recommendation to the nominating committee of the state auxiliary asking that Adelene Row would be considered as a state officer.
- Bernice Ebensberger
The 7th North American International Skat Players Association Championship Tournament was completed on Feb. 11 at Goerke’s #1 near Marion with 120 participants, including players from Germany (5), Canada (59), and a number of the United States (56).
Top results were:
First - Erwin Hengst of Hamilton,
Second - Bert Penszendorfer of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Third - Uwe GrothKoph of Hal-stenbek, Germany.
Thanks to Werner and Freddie Goerke, Holiday, Rodeway and Oak Wood Inns, Smoke House and Huisache Grill for helping to make our visitors feel welcome.
The distances traveled to this tournament are evidence of how fantastic a game skat is. All those with any interest in skat are invited to come to the regular Saturday game at the American Legion in Seguin or the Tuesday game at the Senior citizen Center in New Braunfels. Both start at I p.m.
Also, anyone wanting more information on skat can now find it on the information super highway at: WORLD Wide Web Skat page at -HTTP://126.96.36.199
If you would like local information (including beginner instructions, call: Jim Leissner at 379-2955 or James Stolte at 625-7295.
— James C. Leissner
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #7110
A Patriotic Citizens Award was presented to George Bunting, an Air Force retiree, by Carolyn Matykiewicz, Americanism Chairman to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #7110 Auxiliary. The award is given in appreciation for his unsolicited patriotic service to the community through his daily display of our national flag.
Beta Sigma Phi
On Feb. 12, the 52nd meeting of Texas iota Master Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was held at the home of Sydo-nia Rompel.
The president, Ann Kleeman read various communications, once regarding the entry of recipes to two new cookbooks, and Vice-President Willie Mae Coffman read a letter regarding the recent establishment of the first BSP chapter on a college campus, University of Southern Colorado in Pueblo.
Among other reports Ann Kleeman confirmed that enough tickets had been sold for the Sweetheart dance, Ann Attended as the ‘Valentine Girl’ from the chapter. Also Glenni Kirchhof, courtesy chairman, presented Ann with a heart-shaped box of chocolates as the 1996 Valentine Girl of Texas lota Master Chapter.
The program was presented by Ann Kleeman, a slide presentation of her July 1995 trip to Vienna and Salzburg Austria, and other places associated with music in the area. It was a very delightfully entertaining and educational program.
Then refreshments of cheesecake.
Veterans of Foreign Wars #7110
The Veterans of Foreign Wars #7110 Auxiliary presented a Patriotic Citizens Award to Colleen Rivas with daughter Erin, given in appreciation for unsolicited patriotic service to the community through their daily display of our national flag. Rivas accepting the award from Carolyn Matykiewicz, Americanism Chairman and President Janice Quent.
coffee and lemonade was served by Sydonia Rompel and her co-hostess Jeanette Felger.
SOS Food Bank
The SOS Inc. Food Bank directors met for their regular monthly meeting Feb. 19, at 248 Merriweather. Directors present were: Gladys Barding, First Protestant UCC; Angeline Borgfeld, St. Paul Lutheran; Lindel Bittock, Oakwood Baptist; Dorothy Weems, Eastside Baptist; Dail Wells, St. John’s Episcopal; Inez Fortson, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic; Martin and Olga Huber, Cross Lutheran; Howard Beutler, Peace Lutheran; Rev. Ken Peters Melba Wetz, and Betty Drawe, New Braunfels Presbyterian.
The food bank is deeply indebted to the Breakfast Lions Souper Bowl Sunday drive chaired by Richard Martin to benefit the food bank. The drive was a huge success exceeding $4,000. The directors voted to pass the unexpected benefit to the needy of Comal County. Additional foods including eggs, canned milk, fresh meat and personal items clients are unable to purchase with food stamps will be given.
The statistical report logged 5,693 pounds of food given to 192 families
(564 individuals) in January. A total of 124 volunteers worked 415 hours the same month.
Karin Gray, Job Service Representative from Texas Employment Commission will bring information and suggestions to the March board of directors meeting.
The board is very grateful to Larry Kellerman for helping with setting up the computer. Recently Chad Sibley has been working with the computer information also. The program should be completed soon.
The food bank will be closed Good Friday, April 5.
In addition to Souper bowl Sunday donations, SOS Inc. Food Bank is grateful for donations of food in January from the following: Oakwood Baptist, Church of the Nazarene, St. Paul Lutheran, First Baptist, Methodist Youth, New Braunfels Presbyterian, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic, Faith UCC, ADM Milling Co., New Braunfels Christian Academy, National Honor Society, Girl Scouts, Eina O’leary Estate, Bob McPherson, and Anonymous.
- Betty Drawe
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