New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 24, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
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The great troths of the Holy Bible, Church membership, attendance and participation,
Patriotism and love of country, Love of home and family,
Dignity and character,
Effective Leadership, and Service to Humanity.
Any girl between the ages of 11 and 20, a friend of a Rainbow girl, with Masonic or Eastern Star recommendation may petition for membership.
New Braunfels Assembly is composed of young ladies from the New Braunfels, Buda, Wimberly, Austin and Lockhart areas. Gills attending the Rainbow Sunday were: Dee Anna Arnold, worthy advisor, Shannon Eastman, Kacci Hutchison, Jennifer Hart, Michelle Hutchison, Lindsey Martin, Bethany Mata and Audestia Patton. Mrs. Susan Patton of Lockhart is the Assembly's Mother Advisor.
New Braunfels Assembly is honored to announce the appointment of Audestia Patton of Lockhart as Grand Religion for the Grand Assembly of Texas. Audestia joined Rainbow in 1989 and has been a very faithful and active member. We know that she will fulfill her obligations to the Grand Assembly beautifully.
If you are interested in Rainbow Girls or would like more information, contact Mrs. Lee Ellis at 606-0774.
istics of the four styles of cooking, and prepared two dishes. Members sampled lemon chicken and fried rice after watching their preparation. FOE member Ritzie Watkins assisted Mrs. Raser. Hattie Felsing was hostess.
Mary Ann Hack, president, presided at the regular business meeting by opening with the club prayer. Roll call was answered with “an unnecessary thing I carry in my purse.”
It was announced that the annual Spring Tour for Comal County FCE clubs will be on May 17. Meet at 9 a.m. and car pool to San Antonio to tour the Institute of Texan Cultures. The cost is $2. Plans are to leave San Antonio by 3 p.m.
Ritzie Watkins gave the council report. She announced that the 70th Anniversary Celebration for Texas Extension Clubs will be held on Tuesday, June 4, at the San Antonio Garden Center, 3310 New Braunfels St in San Antonio.'Registration is from 9 to IO a.m. Cost is $2. Bring a lunch in a decorated box. Boxes will be judged for their creativity.
The next council meeting is scheduled for July 26 at 9:30 a.m. Club members are invited to attend.
Members voted to go to Pat’s Place for lunch as their July activity.
Mary Ann Hack is to attend leader training meeting on "Information My Family Needs to Know” on June 21 at IO am Martha Ellis, program assistant for Family and Consumer Sciences, will provide the information.
Velma Patterson won the attendance prize and Colene Cooper won the game prize. The next meeting will be June 12. Jennie Lee Wimberley will be hostess. A 4-H Style Show is planned as the program for that day.
Call the extension office for information at 620-3440.
speaker. She gave a brief talk on the state convention held in Houston in April.
Special intentions were read by Allene Wofford and a thank you note from the Seaton Home for our donation. It was voted to make a donation to them annually.
Next meeting will be May 21 anda rosary will be recited after the meeting at the grotto.
Frances Marquis won the raffle.
— Virginia Netihoff-C)rtizComal County Family and Community Education Council
The Comal County FCE Council met at the County Extension Office meeting room for their quarterly meet-ing on April 26, 1996, with representatives from all chibs and Pat Rasor, county extension agent, present.
Sarah Pierson, treasurer, submitted reports to date. The audit report done by Ginny Daniel, chairman of Audit Commitlee, was submitted and records were found to be correct
Chairmen for various committees were solicited and those slots were filled for the year. These consisted of chairmen for HistoriaivArchives, Publicity, Parliamentarian, Yearbook, 4-H and Social.
Charlotte Merged, comity TAFCE chairman, reported on foe District IO spring meeting of the Texas Association for Family and Community Education which was held in Fredericksburg. Subjects presented were: Family Choice TV, membership drive, and International Prospective on Changing Households. An interesting “style show” took place during lunch. The meeting being in that part of foe country, everything was peaches, and we loved it
Pat Rasor announced foe Celebration for the 70th Anniversary of Texas Extension Clubs will be Tuesday, June 4, at the San Antonio Garden Center. It will depict the history of Extension Dubs for the past 70 years.
The Comal County FCE Council's spring tour would take place at the Institute for Texan Cultures on May 17 in San Antonio. Those going would meet at the extension office at 9 am and car pool.
We were sad to hear that Joe Taylor, county extension agent, has had a serious medical problem, but is now doing much better. We wish him full recovery soon.
Pat Rasor reported the extension agents’ activities have been very varied since our councfl meeting in January. A few listed are: stress management, parenting skills, nutrition, germs and sanitation, money management, parliamentary procedure, food safety, conflict management, olestra, marbling and many more in order to reach the population in Comal County.
The next FCE Council meeting will be July 26,1996. At that time we will select foe winner for the 4-H scholarship.Rainbow Girts
New Braunfels Assembly #277, International Order of foe Rainbow for Girls, celebrated Rainbow Sunday on April 14,1996, at the Church of Christ in Lockhart. Rainbow Sunday is observed by all Rainbow Girls to celebrate the founding of the organization on April 6,1922. The organization, the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, has as its purpose, ideals and goals the encouragement and teachings of:
A belief in the existence of a supreme being,AM Association foe Luthsram
Local student Kathleen Roach vans recently awarded a four-yoar $6*000 echolershipfrtxn Ald Association for Lutherans (AAL). Kafoleencofnpet-sd against gjoo pilar high school seniors •cross foe United States In what Ie one of the largest competitive scholarship programs of Its kind. Shown receiving her award front AAL District Representative David Lucksmsysr, Kathleen was Joined by hor parents, Dr. and Mrs. EMor broach and Eugene Koenig, president of the local AAL branch. During f 998, Aid Association for Lutherans wM bs awardbtg approximately S4./5 mutton (jousts rn scoot arentps lo recipients mrcugnoui me unmet
Catholic Daughters off tho beautiful. The flowers on Blessed
America! Mother's altar will be from the
I The Catholic Daughters of Americ- Catholic Daughters for Mother's Day.
as beld their April 16 meeting in foe There will be no mother-daughter
Activity Center. Kara Green and Glo- breakfast this year due to too many
ria Overstreet were hostesses. The conflicts.
faceting opened with a prayer by Our CDA coffee pot died and our
Regent KMaeKoegle.lt was followed good member Michelle Bateman
by the minutes and treasurer reports. It donated one to us. Salhe DeViney stst-
was decided the clergy and deacon ed the graduation reception for this
appreciation pot-hick supper would be year’s grads from Sts. Peter and Paul
Ibid in September instead of June. Parish will be May 19 after 11:15 mass
Msgr. Bily will have his anniversary in St Mary’s Hall. All graduates and
reception on June 2 in St Mary’s Hall their families are invited. It was voted
after foe 11:15 mass. This will be a to up our scholarships for each winner
parish function and all the members to $500. This is due to, and a great big
ate to participate. thank you to all the nice parishioners
- On Saturday 17 members and that buy at our bake sales,
friends made a trip to Schulenbeig to We also voted to give $1,000 to our
visit foe painted churches. It was a church building fund. Julia Murrey,
delightful trip and foe churches are our district deputy, was our guestQruana Family and Community Education Club
Smells of sesame oil, soy sauce, spring onions and garlic greeted members of the Greene FCE Club at the May 8 meeting at the Extension Meeting Room. Pat Rasor, county extension agent, presented an entertaining and informative program on The Art of Chinese Cooking. She discussed eight methods of preparation, the character
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