New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 3, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
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Photo submitted by Delitha Guenzel Elano Scardino, senior state chairwoman for Awards and Presentations, Children of the American Revolution; Mrs. Pamela Wright, senior state president, CAR; Sarah-Elise Dunklin, state president of the Texas Society, CAR; and Rachel Lynn Edwards, Austin, Texas, member of the Paul Acker Society, CAR of New Braunfels. These ladies represented the Texas Society, CAR, at the Daughters of the American Revolution workshop held in Austin recently. The local chapter CAR is sponsored by the Capt. James Jack Chapter, DAR. Mrs. Delitha Guenzel is the senior president of the Peter Acker Society. For information about joining the local CAR chapter, please call 625-4931.
All planning has been completed Col. (retired) Wallace D. Barr. She is
6-foot floral design exhibited in Dallas at the spring convention of National Council in May 1995. th# arrangement is a reproduction of tho winning exhibit at the 1994 Chelsea Rower Show in London,
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The directors noted from the September statistical report the results from the food drive: 5,376 pounds of food and and $1,861.04 donated. In September 200 families (690 individuals) received 6,039 pounds of food and the food bank bought $2,216.97* of meat, eggs, oleo and staples, in the past IO years the food bank has helped 1,500 people. This number includes heads of households and dependents.
The food bank will be closed Nov. 28 and 29 for Thanksgiving holidays.
The annual Crop Walk will be held Nov. 24 beginning and ending from the New Braunfels Piesbyterian Church.
The food bank deeply appreciates donations in September ffbtn Eastside Baptist, Peace Lutheran and its youth group, Faith Lutheran, First United Methodist, Oakwood Baptist, First Baptist and their Friendship Class, Men’s Bible Class, Share and Care Class, and Hannah Class; New Braunfels Presbyterian and its youth group; Sts Peter & Paul Catholic, St. Paul Lutheran, Cross Lutheran, First Protestant, Herb Schneider, Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary 2999, Lloyd and Doris Westervelt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waite, Chapman family, Xi Alpha Eta, Head Start, ADM Milling Co., Chuck’s Transport Inc., New Braunfels New Comers, Mr. Dougles, the Horans, the Shacklefords, St. John’s
Episcopal and Anonymous.
The Comal County FCE Association met at 9:30 a.m. on Oct. 11 at the County Extension Office. Eight members and Extension Agent Pat Rasor were present.
New officers installed at the Oct. 25 Friendship Day are Chairman Marie Burk, Vice Chairman Marlin McFarland, Secretary Bertie Lovcall, Treasurer Sarah Pierson, Parliamentarian Clarine!! Hahn, Historian Rose Gandall, Publicity Chairman Bertie Loveall.
Charlotte Mergen reported on the state meeting held in Tyler. She submitted the new state bylaws, hence the new name for the organization.
The members voted to award a
$500 to Michelle Boos. Devin Cobb was the recipient of this year's annual scholarship of $750.
Pat Rasor gave a comprehensive report on all the activities of the county agents. She reported that Joe Taylor, County Extension agent -agriculture, had moved to San Antonio. He will be missed in Comal County.
The association received an invitation to attend the Bexar County Mini Convention Jan. 28, 1997, to be held at the Chapel Hill Methodist Church in San Antonio.
for the ensuing year, and we are looking forward to many enjoyable and informative meetings and other events during the next year.
Mary Louise Barr, International Flower Show judge and instructor in floral design for National Council of State Garden Clubs, was honored in Dallas Oct. 15 as Garden Club Woman of the Year. Barr has been a member of the Comal Garden Club since 1976, when she moved to Canyon Lake, after her marriage to
International Public Relations chairman of National Council of State Garden Clubs, the largest garden club organization in the world, with more than 250,000 members in the 50 states, and 200,000 international affiliates from Latin America, Canada, the Bahamas, Europe, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Kenya.
She travels continually to demonstrate and teach floral design in the United States and Latin
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New Braunfels Optimist Club President Debbie Griffin welcomes Ysldro “Y” Villarreal, South Central Texas district governor (left) and William Tague of Leicester, N.C., vice president, Optimist International, at the recent District meeting at the Holiday Inn. One hundred sixty-one Optimists attended.
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Senator Judith Zaffirini is endorsed for re-election by countless individuals and professional associations and the media throughout Senatorial District 21, with more being announced every day. Now, Senator Judith Zaffirini is asking for the most important endorsement — your vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 5.
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America and recently in England, where she gave demonstrations to three flower clubs on “Creative Designs with Emphasis on Color.” Two of the programs were held at the famous Wisley Gardens of the Royal Horticultural Society, using some of their beautiful plant material, including tritomas and spectacular colorful dahlias. She exhibited twice at the Chelsea Flower Show in London, winning the gold medal and Best in Show, and silver medal.
As Barr is bilingual, all her flower
show school courses in Latin America to teach members to become floral show judges are in Spanish.
Latin America has many garden clubs with dedicated members who stage spectacular flower shows to educate people on new growing methods and how to use their plant material in design. Youth groups are encouraged, with members teaching the children the basics of gardening, flower arranging and protection of the environment.
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