New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 16, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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TFRW. In addition to her present position as TFRW executive director, she is president of the Capital Area Council and vice president of the Hill Country RW Club. Land will present an update on the March 20 TFRW Legislative Day in Austin.
The public is invited to attend. For further information call 625-8807,
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 163 of New
Braunfels is asking for donations of clothing. A variety of men’s, women’s, boys’, girls’ and children’s clothing will be accepted. The clothing will in turn be given to the Disabled American Veterans Thrift Shop in San Antonio. The thrift shop was burned to the ground last month.
The organization helps the homeless veterans and the disabled veterans and their families with clothing throughout the year.
Clothing can be brought to the home of disabled veteran Manuel Camareno from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today, 1594 Amy Ave. Chapter 163 has appointed Camareno as a special project coordinator. Those needing transportation can call 629*2963. Veterans will be on hand to accept clothing.
The American Legion Unit 179
met March 6 at the Post Home, with President Betty Kruetler presiding. The charter was draped for Clara Pfannsteil and Rota Meckel. Mary Guzman, VA&R chairman, asked for clothing and magazines for veterans. Committee reports were given by Patsy Vineyard, Dorothy Ballentine, Flo Hoffmann, June Wieland and Mary Kail. Emma Jean Crabill, legislative and national security chairman, reported there is a low blood supply, if you can give, please do. The Junior Girls are making Poppy Posters for the Post and are practicing posting the colors. Dorisse Krueger asked for funds for Girls State citizens for March 15 and April I. Jasmine Owens has been accepted as a Girls State citizen. The scholarship committee is Ballentine, Hoffmann and Lori Bradley. President Kruetler is the Auxiliary’s candidate for “member of the year" Her name will be forwarded to the Department. District 14 Convention April 12 and 13 in Seguin delegates are Kruetler, Vineyard, Gu/man, Mary Owens and Mona Vermillion. Monetary gifts were sent to Bed-Load and Project Graduation. The Chili Cook-off and Craft Show April 16 will have a shuttle bus, sponsored by Rockin’ R, running to and from Krause’s parking lot, free of charge, to the cook-off.
The American Legion Auxiliary does outstanding services for the good of veterans and their families. Be a Name Dropper join the Unit and help with its good-will projects.
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Front left, Mary Kaderll, Iran* Bower* and France* Tay* work at the Lion*** Oarage Sale.
Both the director of communications for the Republican Party of Texas, Lester Van Pelt III and the executive director of the Texas Federation of Republican Women, Rebecca Land, will be guests of the New Braunfels Republican Women on Monday at Molly Joe’s Restaurant. Hospitality begins at 11:30 a m., luncheon and meeting at noon.
Van Pelt has been an active Republican volunteer since his teenage years in Midland, Texas. He continued participation during his undergraduate and law study year at The University of Texas, attending the 1976 Republican National Convention as an alternate delegate. Van Pelt has been involved in the Republican Party of Travis, Navarro, Hays and Smith counties. Prior to joining the Republican Party of lcxas, Lester Van Pelt was an attomey/mediatpr in Tyler, Texas.
Rebecca Land received her political science degree from St. Edward’s University in Austin in MHH. She is a former intern for
Mr*. Vernon Stray stand* In front of a picture of her husband, Vernon Stray. The Comal County Genealogy Society held an opart house bom I to 6 p.m. March 4 at the Sophienburg Archives for the dedication of a
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Sera Aronson, who attends Azlon Seay Intermediate School, receive* the Department of Texas American Legion Auxiliary Award. Aronson wrote the winning eeeay for the ALA Amertcaniem fifth-grade competition. Presenting the award is Joan P. Hetmke, secretary of the local Guadalupe Valley Unit No. 36 ALA.
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Mayor Jan Kennedy stoned, read and oreeented a oroclemetlon declaring February American History Month In New Braunfels Fab. IO. Ethel Canion, a Daughter of the American Revolution and member of the local Captain James Jack Chapter, proudly accepts the official document
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