New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Thursday, May 2, 1991
Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas
The New Braunfels Newcomers Club will meet May 7 at the Senior Citizens’ Center, 142 Comal St. Coffee will be served at 9:30 a.m. followed by th meeting and program at IO a.m. April Goldsmith will present an update on the Downtown Project. All newcomers to the area are invited.
The club will sponsor a bus trip to Bandera Downs on May 18. The cost of $37 per person will cover transportation, refreshments en route, race admission with reserved seats and a special barbecue after the races. Snack lunch is available at the track or participants may bring a lunch. Departure is at 9 a.m. from Walnut Square. Reservations must be made by May IO with Shirley Kellerman at 629-6916.
A day trip to Austin in planned for June 6 to include a tour of the Governor’s Mansion, Texas State Capitol, O’Henry Home, LBJ Library and Wildflower Research Center. Bus transportation, refreshments and admission fee are included in the $29 charge. Dutch-treat lunch is planned. Departure will be at 8:30 a.m. from Walnut Square: Reservations must be made my May 25 at the same number.
Th Canyon Lake Retired Teachers Association sent two delegates to the Texas Retired Teachers Association for tis 38th Annual Convention April 7-10 in Austin.
The theme of the convention was “Together We Build.’’ Opening remarks were give by Mrs. Janell Harris, president, of Abilene.
Tile Canyon Lake delegates were Mrs. Freddie Hayslip, legislative chairman, and Mrs. Lillie Fairfield, local president. They attended meetings and visited with former teacher friends from across the state. More than 750 teachers made the trip to Austin.
The volunteer service chairman reported a combined 6,774,417 hours were turned in by the teachers at a value of more than $28 million saved by the people of Texas.
Mr. E.L. Galyean, executive director of the Texas Retired Teachers Association, gave highlights on the need to increase membership.
Mr. Mike Lehr, state legislative chairman, gave several reports on progess of bills pertaining to retired teachers. Many delegates visited the capitol and talked with their own senators and representatives on Tuesday.
Mrs. Kate Bell, former state president, gave a report on th Building Fund Trust with about $19,000 col-lectd at the convention. Money is being raised so the retired teachers organization will own its headquarters.
—Lillie Fairfield Service League
The regular monthly meeting of the New Braunfels Service League was held Monday, April 22, at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. President Connie Jurica called this mandatory business meeting to conclude matters from this year and introduce new business for next year.
Peggy Morris introduced new active members Peggy Williams, Marilyn Shepherd, Marty Miller, Gail Grohman, Nancy Bingham, Sue Groff, Ann Bupp, Paula Bredcwater and Janet Brandt. These members have gone through a year of informa
tive introduction to the Service League and are now ready for full membership privileges. Immediately following this group of new members, a new class of provisional was named. They will be honored at a tea Sunday.
Other business conduced included the league’s approval of the annual fundraiser, $5000 Night. Also reported was the success of the Easter Basket Project. Members were encouraged to decide on desired placements for next year. New officers for 1991-92 were nominated and unanimously approved. The new officers will be Tern Brotze, president; Lane Speck, 1st vice president; Patsy Vann, 2nd vice president; Debra Crow, corresponding secretary; Cynthia Temple, recording secretary; Lynctte Chapman, treasurer, Sharon Bradberry, treasurer-elect; Peggy Morris, provisional chairman; and Nancy Bingham, provisional vice-chairman.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary #2999 met April 16 for its regular social meeting. President Lorene Hollowed presided and 39 members were present.
A report was given on the membership party of April 9. Present were 62 members and three prospective members.
Entertainment was by the Canyon High School Balladeers. Evelyn Schwab addressed the question “Who are the Eagles?’’ and told of Eagles achievements since 1898.
Les Thome, president of the Comal County Senior Citizens’ Foundation, and Bob Dingeldein a foundation director, were presented a $1,000 check by Hollowed on behalf of the auxiliary. This was a grant received form the Grand Aerie Fraternal Order of Eagles Golden Eagle Fund.
Sick and Visiting Committee reported four members contacted since the meeting of April 2. Carol Dcitel read a “thank you” note form the Eden Home for the birthday party given residents on April 5.
The auxiliary voted to cancel its June 18 meeting and instead meet two Tuesdays in a row, June 4 and June ll. Recommended for possible awards at the state convention were woman of the year, Bernice Ebensberger, membership, Evelyn Schwab; and special, Shirley Jarisch. Recommendations also will be sent from ad auxiliaries in the state to the committee chairmen in each category.
Adclcne Row, state trustee, was
honored by the auxiliary and presented a corsage and gift, and best wishes expressed to her that she continue up the ladder of the state auxiliary.
Nominated for 1991-92 slate of officers: Lorene Hollowed, retiring president will automatically take the office of Jr. Past Madam President; president, Betty Solomon; vice president, Barbara Alves; chaplain, Melva Kuchne; conductor, Hannah Rowald; secretary, Carol Dictcl; treasurer, Melanie Mittendorf; inside guard, Dee Dee Young; outside guard, Elsa Glenewinkel; trustees. Shirley Jarisch, Bernice Ebensberger, Sue Davis, Adelene Row and Sue Hcinneyer; and for the honorary offices of auxiliary mother, Toni Vogel and Melva Kuchne. Election will be from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Appointed tellers were Elsie Kneupper, Evelyn Peterson and Elizabeth Wohlfahrt.
When the New Braunfels American Association of Retired Persons met for the April meeting, Herb Skoog presented a film on New England fad foliage. There were 94 members, several visitors and a new member present.
In the absence of president Ella Capers, vice-president Evaline Krueger preside. Oscar Coppcl gave the invocation and led the pledge to the flag. Myra Ullrich, secretary, read the minutes and Raymond Vogcs, treasurer, gave his report.
The chapter donated $50 toward drug-free Project Graduation. Myra Ullrich volunteered to be cupcake chairman.
There will be an arca AA RP Spring Get-Together at the Lone Star Brewery in San Antonio May 14. Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to I p.m. and tickets are $6.50. Anyone interested in attending may make reservations at the Senior Citizens Center so tickets can be ordered Friday. State if you need a ride or can offer to take someone.
Community service chairman Ruby Altwein reprotcd 45 bibs for rest home patients have been turned in.
In honor of Mother’s Day there will be a catered lunch al the May 8 meeting. Cost of the meal is $5 and reservations must be made by Friday by coming to the center to purchase tickets.
April birthdays were recognized and May birthdays reminded to bring cookies to the next meeting. Visitors are welcome.
—£ valine Krueger
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Midsummer Night’s Dream
Puck (Kent Davidson) laughs with glee as Queen Titania (Carisa Miller) under the spell of midsummer madness swoons over Bottom (Mary Paynes), who has been turned into a donkey. The scene is from an adaptation of Shakespeare’s comedy, A Midsummer Night's Dream, being performed by The Inner Circle, the touring youth company of Circle Arts Theatre. The show, which lasts about an hour, will be presented at the theater in Landa Park at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The $3 ticket price funds the theater's annual scholarships. (Photo by Erik Karlsson)
Perfect pout linked to lipstick
NEW YORK (AP) — The key to the perfect pouty mouth fashionable women want today is how the lipstick is applied.
Bobbi Brown, makeup artist for some real beauties as well as ordinary folk, uses a pointed lip brush to apply lipstick evenly and to the full extent of the lips. Then, she outlines lips — top
and bottom — with a lip pencil in the same color as the lipstick.
She says lining the bottom lip really makes the lips look pouty.
Brown, who gives makeup lessons at Bergdorf Goodman on Fifth Avenue on Saturdays, says to be sure to use the lip liner after the lipstick to get a clean finish and correct the shape if you have to.
To line, start in the comer and do the top lip, then the bottom lip. Open mouth wide to get into the comers For a flawless finish, blot lipstick on tissue to absorb excess moisture.
For full, luscious lips, choose a lighter rather than darker lipstick. Dark colors naturally recede. Brown says, making lips look smaller. Light colors emphasize the lips.
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