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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 10Ag Herald-Zeitung g Sunday, May 18,1997Club Notes St Anthony K.J.T. A meeting of New Braunfels St. Anthony K.J.T. was held on April 24, 1997 at Ryans Steak House in New Braunfels. The meeting was called to order by Elo J. Goerig, state president and Henry Natardus, director. The 1997 slate of officers were elected. Donald Knippa was elected president, Joseph Friedel, secretary treasurer and Anton Matula, vice president. There were 30 members and guests in attendance. EJ. Goerig, state president gave a very nice presentation of the K.J.T. organization just after a wonderful meal prepared by Ryans Steak House. Several nice door prizes were awarded to lucky winners. Henry Natardus reported on the upcoming event of Family Day which was held on May 4, beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the Live Oak Lake in Live Oak, Texas which is located on Pat Booker Rd., near Universal City, TX. The day consisted of a fishing tournament, horse shoes, washer tossing and crazy hat contest along with hot dogs and hamburgers for the noon meal. The meeting was adjourned with a prayer at 9:30 p.m. Felger’s birthday would be May 19. City Council Report: Jane Reinarz noted that the City Council Treasurer had reported $1, 157.92 in their account. At Founder’s Day dinner, each chapter would be given three to five minutes to introduce their woman of the year and the president’s report. Anyone wishing to help with the set up and decorations should be at T Bar M at 2 p.m. on May 24. The honors will begin promptly at 6:30. There are 93 reservations. It was noted that Texas Iota Master would have three at large members who were previous chapter members in attendance: Marie Jarish, Elinor Wells and Lottie Kelm. The election of officers were held. The officers are: President — to be determined and will be a member of Preceptor Rho. First vice president — Karen Bunnet, Zeta Iota; second vice president — Lisa Hooker, Zeta Iota; treasurer — Amy Bridges, Preceptor Lamda Pi; recording secretary — Christine Ikels, Xi Alpa Eta; corresponding secretary — to be determined — will be a member of Xi Pi Delta; parliamentarian — Ann Kleeman, Iota Master. The program was “How to Handle Minor Emergencies Away from Home” was presented by Elaine Campbell. She brought a bag which held various items to provide help in the case of a clothing “emergency,” such as nail polish (clear), safety pins, tape, Band-Aids, aspirin, small clothes brush, hair spray, eyeglass screwdriver and tiny screws, some “Mad Money” and other items. Each member was presented with a pursesized sewing kit to take home. After the program, hostess Evelyn and her co-hostess, Verna Mae, served a fruit salad, lemonade and Chex mix. The table was beautifully decorated with an embroidered table cloth and fresh garden flowers. Cub Scouts The Sioux District Cub Scout Pinewood Derby was held at the New Braunfels Factory Stores on April 5, 1997. We ran a double elimination race with categories for Tiger Cubs, Wolves, Bears, Webelos and adult/sibling participants. We also judged cars for best paint job, best design, and most unique design. Winners in the Tiger Cubs for best paint were: second place, Kenneth Warnke, P. 106 and first place, Barney Cruz, P. 106. Best design: second place, Barney Cruz, P. 106 Beta Sigma Phi The 62nd meeting of the Texas Iota Master, Beta Sigma Phi, was held at the home of Evelyn Schleuter. The opening ritual was led by President.Ann Kleeman with all members present participating. Roll Call was made with eight present and six absent. Minutes of March meeting were read with the correction of the alternate city council representative to be Willie Mae Coffman rather than Jane Reinarz. Communications    from International: A letter from John J. Ross telling us that we have two members eligible to receive the Golden Circle Award; Willie Mac Coffman and Dorothy Wegner. Other Communications: Announcement of the Volunteers Fest (which had already passed); a brochure from St. Jude’s Ranch for Children telling about their activities; and invitation for the McKenna Rehab Network Center groundbreaking which was held on April 18. City Council w*»enwi¥* reported that the chapter had received only one name of a possible transferee. Since the party lived in the Canyon Lake area, she would pass the name onto City Council. The treasurer’s report was read by Elaine Campbell in the absence of treasurer Sydonia Rompel. Committee reports: Program:    Dorothy    Wegner reported that the May meeting will be held at Jane’s home with the program being the installation of new officers. The meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. and will be a salad supper with each attendee to bring a salad. Social: Team II party invitations were passed out. It was held April 27 at Treetops. Guests were welcome. Elaine, co-chairman reported she would check with Willie Mae, chairman, and then proceed with the arrangements if Willie Mae’s husband’s illness would prevent her participation. Evelyn Schlueter and Vivian Hildebrand complete the committee. Service: Verna Mae Dean passed around a picture of some of the children at the Center receiving the video tapes which the chapter had donated: Publicity: Gladys Smith reported the March meeting write up was in the local paper. Courtesy: In the absence of the chairman, Ann reported Jane’s birthday had been April 9, Willie Mae’s birthday and wedding anniversary were April 19; Jeanette & dc4>L For All Your Body Shop Needs BECKER MOTOR CO 547 S. 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Maplewood St., San Antonio 210-308-8855 • Pax 210-308-0662 and first place, Kenneth Warnke, P. 106. The Tiger Cub race results were: second place, Kenneth Warnke, P. 106 and first place, Barney Cruz, P. 106. The Wolf division had lots of winners also. For best paint; third place, Trevin Stone, P.808; second place, Timothy Hammonds, P. 119; and first place, Stephen Tarver, P. 119. For best design: third place, Richard Locke, P. 174; second place, Stephen Tarver, P. 119; and first place, Stephen Tarver, P. 119. The most unique winners were: third place, Cozmo Brietzke, P.808; second place, Trevin Stone, P.808; and first place, Richard Locke, P. 174. The Wolf car race winners were: third place, Trevin Stone, P.808; second place, Cozmo Brietzke, P.808; and first place, Timothy Hammonds, P. 119. The Bear division best paint job: third place, Jason Seibert, P.297; second place, Eric Weissling, P.381; and first place, Drew Zambetti, P.338. The best design winners were: third place, Phillip Humphrey, P.297; second place, Jarett Carroll, P.297; and first place, Eric Weissling, P.381. For the most unique design: third place, Trey Webb, P. 106; second place, Justin Smith, P.297; and first place, Cory Bellamy II, P. 106. The Bear car race was: third place, Jarett Carroll, P.297; second place, Randy Aubry, P.828; and first place,- Jason Seibert, P.297. The Webelo division winners were best paint: third place, Eric Bellamy II, P. 106; second place, Matthew Hammonds, P. 119; and first place, Caleb Humphrey, P.297. The best design winners: third place, Matthew Hammonds, P. 119; second place, Caleb Humphrey, P.297; and first place, Erie Bellamy II, P. 106. For most unique design: third place, Caleb Humphrey, P.297; second place, Erie Bellamy II, P. 106; and first place, Matthew Hammonds, P. 119. The Webelo race winners were: third place, Caleb Humphrey, P.297; second place, Eric Bellamy II, P. 106; and first place, Matthew Hammonds, P. 119. In the adult/sibling category, best paint: third place, Erie Bellamy, P. 106; second place, Raymond Brietzke, P.808; and first place, Sidney Hammonds, P. 119. For the best design: third place, Harry Renner, P.808; second place, Sidney Hammonds, P. 119; and first place, Raymond Brietzke, P.808. The most unique design winners: third place, Harry Renner, P.808; second place, Sidney Hammonds, P. 119. The overall Sioux District race winners were: third place, Matthew Hammonds, P. 119; second place, Timothy Hammonds, P.119; and GRAND CHAMPION, Eric Bellamy II, P. 106. The races were coordinated by Darrell Hale with help from Scott Swetnam, Erie Bellamy, Barney Cruz, Sidney Hammonds, Harry Rener, Diana Koehler, Jack Tumey, Stella Hale, and an unidentifiable man. We are extremely grateful to the New Braunfels Factory Stores for allowing us to use their facilities for the race. Thanks also go to Block Distributing Company of San Antonio — Steve Baker, representative; Shannon’s Exxon, Seguin; Sczech’s Exxon, Seguin; Becker Motor Company, New Braunfels; McQueeney Downtown Restaurant, Anderson Pecans, Seguin; Shanafelt Sign Services, Seguin; and Darrell Hale for their monetary donations to help curb the cost of the races for the boys. Old cr r^roevicwns /l/lonih Active Times Coming Wednesday, May 28 Many of the subscribers to the Mew Braunfels lierald-Zeitung are Senior Citizens. Therefore, we have designed this special section just for them. Advertising Deadlines May 20 PRE ME MOH!A L DAY MATTRESS BLOWOUT! FINAX. 2 DAYS SUNDAY. MONDAY OHLY! •fe,,    May    18-19 'Myyir additional 10 beoty reduced sale 0% INTEREST FOR 6 MONTHS (WAC + Minimum purchase ol $500) Orthopedic Hotel $40 (win eo pi Reg S79 Sale Price Full eo pc. 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