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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope Thursday, March 19,1987    Harald-Zattung. New Braunfels. Texas Loading up Sewing camps,contests offered By DONNA SALYERS While you are researching summer camps for your children, you might take a look at adult camps for those who enjoy sewing, embroidery. quilting, etc ('amp is out of the question'1 Then take in a sewing fair or enter a contest Couture Sewing Camp lf a sewing camp situated on the ocean inlet in Carmel. Calif is not enough, they will throw in Clint Eastwood Ok. Clint may not drop by to make your day but at least you will be staying at Eastwood s Mission Ranch and can daydream during a week long session of couture sew mg classes In its sixth \ear and sponsored by The Fabric ( arr camp is in session July lo IT and July 10-20 For more information send a self addressed stamped envelope to The Fabric ( arr ITO State St Iais Altos ('alif 94041 Machine Artists The ninth an nual Sharing Seminar for those in terected in all 'orts of machine work**d art including embroidery quilting applique and lace making Roice Broome is one of the vcunteers he ; ng mod<ties iis*rit utior at The Community Coun . commodities and is set- -helping shou t a Lu; e W. lion a t e A; rt . 1 P* • t Club Notes Xi Alpha Eta Pe .es ai Der'* r; etud rat Te» S Per; ' 62bfe the mr I six prospective members Wi rt rn traduced to til* t: a •itit.fi1' and a. tmh**' of \l Alpha Eta ( ti apt*-: of beta Sigma Cb tho Manb • meeting \ttendllig wert I ami- v Albrecht * attn Pope * ndy lk*e> Mu he!:* Muim ' I via . IU t indy Cullin Patrice Clay Un. r* ad a p«x*?i * biography ot m**mtx*rs written by Film I.aubat h ( attn \n trews followed with a * alen.tar «»! *n *-nl s (Mf leers wert t*le« ted I L«*v .ire I Mira ( row president I Homa l.ehr vice president Melissa Munson recording sri’i et ary Mela’ * «»ake> Ireasuiet tidy lyon Mnitt **>f resptiodmg sec ret aly \i • < M et parhnientattan Ionise Kraft Jam* Kernrnler Jar Wingate ( ’n ( huh represenlativt -• Menders also tis, i plain no Ute I earn 111 bowling party Mart t. . at Mismoi \a lev Bowling! lot Hostesses were Denise Frat Fairlee Clayton arui Martha K •*'! mg Retired Eagles The Retired Fagles \i !i\ .’;»•* I lub met re. entiy ii I ag:* > Mal Memfters "pent tilt .tit*-!! >< :, | . ay I! .g dominoes and cards I tit next meeting wilt tx Apti I - fr*>n. * to I" p rn in I- agio Hall Guada Coma (tUada Coma I * at den * .Ut met Mardi b> in the home of Mat y \ tele Schneider Hoxte'ses were I Sir t ha Mel rat ken t harlotte I i I* st ti arui Mary Kaderll President h 'lh«*i Wise preside-! betty Iriesch discussed wiidflowers w it ti a si ult- presentation Many of the wiidflowers had t>een cataloged tty Ferdinand I.indheimer Joyce Kolod/le of ttie Artxilteum committee reported new note cards with the club s copyrighted logo will son tx* av utlable Nan Evans reported the dianthus in the Arborteiuin have been rcplac eel More clean up work is scheduled Patsy Hetx*e reported on Hie joint garden club meeting •Maintaining Beauty with Growth The garden therapy group under the direction of Melinda Hudson visited Oak Crest Inn to plant cucumbers and tomatoes with the help of residents Toby lwihr gave the details of the annual pilgrimage This year, the visit will be to National Wildflower Research ('enter in Austin in April Five members attended District VII convention in San Antonio The takes place July 26-.ll in Park City. Utah Sponsored by Sew-Art International. this year's schedule offers 12 classes each day, taught by experts such as quilter Georgia Bonesteel Attendants must be certified in machine embroidery For more information. send a large self-addressed. stamped enveloep to Sew-Art International. P O Box 550. Bountiful. Utah 84010 Sewing shows — ‘ Sewing Today Across the USA" travels to 14 cities between now and May 17 Presented by Palmer Pletsch Associates and co-sponsored by The McC all Pattern Co., local retailers in each city will participate in an all-day exhibit from 9 a rn to 6 p m At three different times during each day a IC- hour presentation in eluding a fashion show and seminar will be presented For more informa Hon. see the spring issue of the McCall Pattern Magazine or send a self-addressed stamped envelope to Palmer Pletsch Associates Promotions. 2269 Chestnut Suit 289. San Francisco. Calif 94122 Sewing contest for teen ager' The 1987 Sew 'N Show Contest spun sored by The McCall Pattern ( o and Kastman Chemical Products Co is open to sewers 18 years of age and younger Contestants are divided into two age categories: 15 to 18 year sand 14 and under Kntrants must make a garment us mg a current McCall Pattern and a fabric containing at least 5o percent Kodel polyester and submit a p oto of themselves modeling the gar* .**nt along w ith a contest entry Four winners will win an all expense paid trip to two to Hollywood, a wardrobe of McCall designs and a beautv makeover Photographs of the winners will ap pear in Teen Magazine and in Met all Pattern Catalog Kntry form.' are available where Met all patterns unsold. or from home economic*, teachers and 4 H leaders Deadline for entering is May 16 Uuilt contest Garden Bouquet is this year s theme for a quilt bloc-contest sponsored bv Fairfield Pn cessing A grand prize winner a fwd place winners and 20 runners-up will be eh*.sen The winning blocks will be assembled into two Garden Bouquet quit Is These quilts w ill tx? displayed throughout the country, and designers of winning blocks will receive personal recognition The grand pr ize is a $2oo savings bond first prize winners receive a $50 savings bond runners-up receive an assortment of Fairfield products I »r an : y form write to F airfield Processing PO Drawer IPW. Dan burv < our <m;8U Contest closes Julv The vees s ter rific tip comes from NI ilia Weidman of New Braunfels lb* -ubber tip on the end of a toothbrush is perfect for turning color p<> lit -« t, delicate fabrics without poking Hr « ugh a corner " Do ,ou have a terrific sewing tip .ou won! : ike to share Send it to Sewing 'I q.' P O Box 39297. Cincinnati. ' *!.;• 4 J a Selected tips will ap ,>*v r. ’ . nliimn and tipsters will • ce vc c home video of their ’    *    tti** Quick & Kasy Sewing Series * 'Ii I >onna Salvers Mid-Texas Symphony ranks at top Mid Texas symphony ranked ex traordmariiy high in the American Symphony Orchestra League rating standards for the 1988 87 season Placements ti the highest 16 per cent for financial stability and in the highest three percent for organi/a Hor, were announced at the leva' Vssociation of Symphony or ihestras workshop seminar rn Houston March 7 and 8 Kach work'hop was chaired by a management office of the American Symphony orchestra League which i- headquartered rn Washington p( Workshops acre held for con doctors and managers and covered sui h areas as leadership and mot iv a tun. youth programs marketing sue* essful communications guild •J*** ut inn fund raising and music libraries \ Mid Texas Symphony representative attended each of the meetings Attending were Charlotte Abell Ixia rd president Marilyn Sager treasurer Jean Rogers, guild vice president and Dr Fred Frueholz long range planning vice president \ I so participating were Dennis and Jackie Heitkamp W J Rogers Jr and Gayle S rn 11 h symphony manager Texas Art Commission represon tatives explained funding programs for artistic endeavors Major ce? porutions also had representative explain funding procedure' Amora: those were Kxxon Corp Inter Fit'* Bank and Texas ( ommerce Bank Mid Texas symphony t »i tie-r will gives its fifth concert of the season March J1* at 7 p rn Jackson Auditorium at T**xa> '!•    ' 'ego it. Seguin Guest •? In b.-    :    ne lay I lean of Austin •    ■    .lib local trombonist Randy Kohlenberg I eke , v available at the door '    ?: nbony office in Jackson .    :    * and Shanoah 1 • ; el >« g un Tickets are also i <? * .it Klauses B<x»k Store ;    M    a - ic i md Music Haul in New Braunfels Inner turmoil focus of new Greeley novel club rise\**d t !*• ? place tor year ts**>k \rt**.t Dav •*■* i ipi**«.k public) tv press thm>x a:, t a horticultural citatum witti I * point' The club .ONO ret eived cert it a-ates tot Iona A Winning voutt p*»'t**f' sponsored by ’ti* . .ut w* « '.ns«*t v at ton Mv A tew Glass A Patricia Morris ( .as*. B Mal ga:*’ M aim se* cmd pla« •• ( ass t Angela Mkel third place ('lass . Tina Fscobldo bono tai a* men: tor (* t Jean W.HKisv mw. first plat ** ( lass \ Heather Barker ( Ut" B Mane setbert ('tass t John Nicholson (Tass D Juan A elo/ smokey the Beal first plat e Class A I turn s as A? ter son * ass I > scott Farts state convent on will tx April 28 29 iii Austin T ivira D« Pasqual reported a Golden Rain 11 **«* has f*een planted next to tile Pat k- iiifice ut memory of Aln i scht ieael Melinda Hudson* won the d*x>r prize of vt sh a rn roc k plant Preceptor Rho Preceptoi KImi I h.tptet cif Bet a sigma Phi met March « with hostesses IH*anie ( tiollet Jo William son and ( virlene T metier Barly Allison chairman of the Child AS elf are Board was guest speak?! A donation was presented to the board ti» help finance an emergency ''belter for children A brune Ii is planned for prospec live mollifier' March 21 in tile home til ( bar letie F is bet Beta Sigma Phi Founder si lay will tx* April 28 Gruene Homemakers Twelve mein tiers attended the March meeting of Gruene Tx tension Homemakers (Tub in the Kxtenston nits*!mg I.Him ALO* Russell was a guest Debbie Williford ( ounty Fxten sum progiam assistant presented a progi ani on tibet in biod PlvOis were made for the' bazaar ill 2 * iii New Braunfels Presbyterian ( bul ch The hours will BEDDINGS’ CLUB NOTES’ Call WANDA LASATER Lifestyles Editor at 625 «U5 Your daily hometown newspaper is the H»r«ld-Zti‘un$ tx* .« rn to p rn A salad luncheon yi ll tx* S2 p«*r person Mats Klot-edam* host?" Tor** laxitx*tter will tx* hostess m April Pres lent A el ma Patterson presented * Ma Mae /.us (.lag and Bet • v Thompson w ith plants for their bir Hulas s Kiwams Club Kiwanis * iut» board of directors met Ix*t*»i** ’ta* regular meeting last I burs !.jy I he treasurer s and sc retarv > reports were distributed and approved Minutes were als** ap proved "IX iti<intl leave of al sence wa' granh-d fo! I v»ul Hardee for medical reasons Rav Ktx*rt rejmrttxl on the v an arui .ft I >aii»» Neill redried on other donation projects LaMovne Davis reminded members of the Aalk atturn April 4 Granville Bolton repoited on Hie inter clut* visits to B«x*me and Kerrville Paul Hardee reported on hearing screening test for May arid was authorized lo pro cc*ed w it ii plans The regular meeting included th** iwo visitors from the mirth as well as Ut (.DV Roger Hill who was making ins milt nil visit With him were Michael Lutz and Michael Hippo of the (Minos c'tub Alan Trolling**! of Active Security Designs presented th* program and preventing homes from burglars He distributed vt residential security survey tor member to use in deciding thebes! way to prevent a burglary /’.*beme oz .I saint By Andrew Greeley AA armer 44*-Pages $18 95 It all started the day Red Kane wa' hit by a “cosmic baseball bat Perfectly 'ane one moment he !x*c ame perfectly ctazy the next On v ta* didn t know it And neither did hi' family and friends Not until later Kane » journey from 'unity to in Svinitv and flack again is told in PuDeme of a saint the latest novel t v Andrew M Greeley A'with sonnet Greeley ' previous novels the 'tory is M*t in (Imago and involve' some ot the mendx*rs of the Ryan family including h ather blae ku* Ry an I he main character is Red Kane a middleaged Pulitzer Prizewinning new sp a per columnist who work' rn (hic ago Kane i' an Irish t at hoi ic with a w ife and thr*x* children A’ the same tune he wa' whacked tiy the cosmic baseball bat Katie and til' ah** had just tx*eti to Mass I hey were cro'sing a street when a .in ousin** careened past them torc mg Kane to jump out of th** path of the speeding i ar In that second Kane is transformed He give' up 'milking and drinking He tx gms ’n pay more attention to his vc ie md family He work' harder a’ his an However just because Kau* :*• transformed doesn t mean the r**'t ut the world is willing to go along with it Nor d*x*' it mean Kane is *,. • bit* althougt he thinks he !' Although there is a re! gin :    • r. and some steamy 'ex seen**' hat readers of previous Greeley novels have come to expect the main i<* us of the novel i' on Kane s self reform and his determina'im expose vin underground figur* » volvement in the murder ot . . g woman Kane strugg*e> ti gaff:* v tacts and then '**11 ’he 'to** ’    I..' editors knowing but not fin v < mg that his actions endanger th* live' ol his family /’anent** •>/ a 'aw! nv**. well paced Greeley does a go- of of capturing the turmoil of a : .e ■ mid lite crisis determined to hung* his way s bt*fore it stoo at*- Caroi D eq»n Associated » revs Museum preparing new exhibit lh* *• Braudels ('hildren’s nu ' found a new home ts ’ exhibit Sports and i. :*■' Tex.*' Style- opening April 7 ’hi UM im is located in the * t Shopping Center \i * ' restaurant *    :tc-: about this new •    .us**    ’ - much larger ’ta* *.Hi**! • .fie said Melanie sh.* i'** ii?! b. ar I member - a .'to add to the i* • ITI** exhibit I"    * ttie Austin • ‘ .I*.*! - Museum' '* ’ta' means more *    •** :<* : to prepare *c*xh:* it 'tie said a* ' 'ted in helping Misan (.udgell at * u:    O', n* ug tor ’i • su > such *    s    aples. file s m mg machine '.iii , ’    *    p.:int vacuum . f' .a. i t*‘vining supplies Basic blue jeans now an expression of art B» The Associated Press booking for a somewhat different kind of artistic expression'’ How about wearable art The canvas can tx* as dose as the seat of your pants According to some representative' of the denim industry there i' a resurgence in the popularity ut decorat mg basic blue jeans Would be artists are using rhinestones and appliques bleach paint feathers arni patches of tahrn to create some of the more im aginative works of fashion sell expression Top fashion designers and artists p* including A v**' st    I aurent    m Hermes and Andy AA arhol    recent *    ju ’• turned out denim originals    that w* n    >*■* auctioned oft at an Allis    bene* t rn    it! New York    prim* Among the one of vt kind crea! -    *    v**i were elegant evening looks a if a- sn* I* .,11*1 leather trim. ti :iOivo appliques and *i:k linings * I* ii, - an tv** seen on • - • <    •    i. i«*gc campuses *• television shows and maim tti* fashion forward t sav- (.'hriston fine * in ii fun jewelry IJnvLtei you to our czShrLng-^ideujaCli Sat* lO% -75% off all jai,'i.l\y J^atuxdag, cliaxch 130 S. Siwuin    in un * 5:UU 625-1536 Want to learn /iou to Paint? f No talent required (...KesultsGuaranteed! ’ ’ i FOLK ART CLASSES Day and Nights Only $20* for 5 classes Next Beginner ( lasses Start: Monday Niqht March 23rd Tuesday Morning March 31st Children's C lasses (age 8-1 2) Only S12* foi 4 classes Starts Saturday March 21st •Class Fee Supplies F*t. a Come in and register early- We have a great selection ot -nt mso. pattern books and paints Plus ounti * u 25°o Discount ott Ceramcoat Acrylic paints Our price SI 29. THE EMPORIUM 629 4143 I nurtvdrd Shopping C enter ;