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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope Thursday September 24. 1987 Club NotesCross Lutheran Guild plans Christmas bazaar Preceptor Rho Preceptor Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Sept. 14 in the home of Jimmie Becker Co-hostesses were Marian Cobb and Nadya Lehmann President Rosemary Alien conducted the pledge ritual for Jimmie Becker and Marian Cobb. The program. ‘ Our Constitution,” was presented by Annette Brannan It was announced that Tricia Saur would be our candidate in the Comal County Fair Queen contest The next out-to-lunch will be Oct I at Wolfgang's. On Sept. 20, the chapter attended a pirate's party at the Southbank Community Center Hostesses were Annette Brannan. Lenor Courtright. Marian Cobb Ginger Caddell and Diane Martin New Braunfels Council of Garden Clubs New Braunfels Council of Garden Clubs met Sept 16 at the Landa Park office meeting room Representatives of five garden clubs were present. Council is investigating a beautification project at a city street that is an entry point into town Arlene Sedgwick of Four Seasons reminded members to turn in their nominations for the Civic Beautification Award for a New Braunfels business Landmark Square is the current holder of the plaque that is presented each fall for landscaping Jan Kennady of Comal Garden Club met with a representative of the Conservation Society to discuss the feasibility of the council being responsible for refurbishing the Jahn House at Conservation Plaza The house would then serve as a meeting place for the council and member garden clubs The adopt-a-highwav is also being considered as a council project The Texas Department of Highways notified council that a group must follow several guidelines to qualify for the project. Council voted to submit an application to sponsor a highway This fall, the council will again have a booth at the New Braunfels lot during Wurstfest Apple cider, baked goods and gardening books will be sold Each member club will operate the booth one day Men s Garden Club will assemble and disassemble the booth eacy day Canyon Lake Extension Homemakers Julie Johnson county extension agent, presented the program to the Canyon Lake Extension Homemakers on Sept 15 ’ Fiber in Foods’ was the topic which gave members the opportunity to learn which foods contained fiber and how important it was in a balanced diet The club activities support the community and as the result of the flea market at Eagles Hall, a sum of $83 65 w as made to add to the project monies Records become a problem for all clubs The club voted to pur chase a storage cabinet and a fireproof box for the storage of its permanent records Refreshments of pigs in a blanket, asparagus roll-ups. fruit, and cheese were served by the hostesses. Helen Records and Evelyn Svoboda The next meeting will be at 9 30 a m Get 20 at the Fischer Store School Community Center The program will be a speaker from Teen Connection Comal County Medical Society Auxiliary The Comal County Medical Society Auxiliary met Sept 17 in the home of Sarah Reeves The program on Com-Fund was presented by Connie Worley President Mary Owens called for committee reports — Gayle Hampel will order additional color ing books and colors for children in McKenna Memorial Hospital who are scheduled for surgery The special coloring books present a positive approach to hospitals and surgical procedures. Anna Lee Hicks will distribute Christmas cards next month to be sold by members to benefit the Emergency Relief Fund and the Physician's Benevolent Fund. Isabel Campos and Rae Ann Boeder reported that 60 local children have received school supplies to date from the 'Teach the Children” project An additional $100 was allocated for this project from the Medical Auxiliary budget Yearbooks were distributed by Sarah Owens, vice president The bylaws were approved as presented in the yearbook Julie Ousley and Paula Leverett will supply materials in October to make bibs for the new babies born at McKenna during the Christmas season .Margaret Ann Bird. Sarah Reeves and Gayle Hampel will spearhead the November Bake Sale for the Scholar ship Fund Mary Owens invited member s to encourage participation in the Children's Museum presentation on the handicapped, beginning Oct » Discussion was held concerning the feasibility of conducting a spring rummage sale to assist the Children's Shelter All members were encouraged to attend Circle Arts Theatre production of Baby on Sept 24 to benefit Hospice of New Braunfels Literary Society The New Braunfels Literary Society met Sept IT at the home of Ruth Johnson who read a poetic tribute to Helen Stainer Rice Madie Bode reviewed the life of John Steinbeck with a look back at several of his short stories The previous month, the club had met at Lakebreeze >ki Lodge with LaNelle Kearney as hostess for the lunch ;>uruh Pierson gave her interpretation of several of J I) Salinger s stories Parents of Twins The New Braunfels \rea Parents of Twins. Etc held its meeting Sept IO at 7 p rn with president Diane Ranly opening the meeting Janet Yoges, treasurer went over the pro posed budget for the coming year It was recommended and approved that the club obtain a post office box so it can have a permanent address It was also proposed and approved to have an audit bv two non check signing people old or new Darlene Hartman demonstrated take decorating and refreshments were served Retired Eagles The Retired Eagles Activities Club met recently at Eagles Hall Members spent the afternoon playing dominoes cards and singing songs State Rep Edmund Kueinpel gave a talk on various subjects I he next meeting will be Get 9 from 5 to IU p rn at the Eagles Hall Xi Alpha Eta The Xi Alpha Eta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Sept 14 at the home of Janet Allen the meeting was held outside on the deck Red and blue decorations were used signifying the beginning of the new school year and football season The program was presented by Janet Allen and Tammy Albrecht Co-hostesses were Albrecht and Janie Remmler After a brief meeting and discussion on the outcome of the Labor Day Funnel Cake booth. Beta Buddies were thanked The drawing was won by Gaylyrin Smith The next meeting will be Oct 12 at the home of Tammy Albrecht Xi Pi Delta XI Pi Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Judy Wilks on Sept 14 It was announced that Debra Buck would represent the chapter in the Fair Queen's Contest and that the service committee wold hold a breakfast with Santa to benefit the Children's Emergency Shelter Linda Hull presented the program. ••What's in a Name” and everyone present was allowed time to defend their chosen names One guest was introduced, refreshments were served and members were reminded of the Xi Pi Delta garage sale on Oct 3 at Kathy Simmons home. 129 Fredericksburg Eagles Auxiliary THe Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary met for a social meeting ^ept 15 with president Adeline Row presiding There was initiation of andidates Frances Harmon and Vickie Smith by Senior Ritual Team Bernie** Ebensberger, president Orllian Bnetzke chaplain Evelyn Schwab, vice president Adeline Row, junior past president. and Elsie DuBois. conductor Row gave her report as delegate to the Southwest Regional Conference it was announced that the Leadership Conference will be held in Bay City Get 2-4 Shirley Jarisch and Nell Gross tied for the most members for the month there was a toss and Shirley won the trophy There will be a memt*»rship party Get 13 at Eagles Hall with a 'Upper and then fun time .AU should come in a Halloween costume there w ill tie a prize for the best Shirley J arish was chairman for the social and her committee Anyone who would like to work at the county fair may call chairman Carol Dieter Gertrude Schwarloze Shirley Jarisch or Elsa Glenewmkel The meeting cloned to meet again Get 6 at 7 30 p rn Officers meet at 7 p rn Lioness Club The New Braunfels Lioness Club met Thursday evening at Western Steer for its regular meeting Peggy Edwards. Amy G Gorman, Dora Weller and Besa l^agarde were accepted as new members The members made fall table decorations for Oak Crest Nursing Center Several members of the Lioness Club are helping with the Eye Screening program at the elementary schools Ten Lioness members attended the zone meeting Noon Lions Lion Jim VS ashtmm and club presi dent John Turman presented plaques to 14 volunteer medical personnel who assisted Lions Club members in conducting Diabetes and Health Screening clinics during the past year Plaques were presented to volunteers from tile Texas State Public Health Nurses rn Seguin plus nuts**' from Wimberly Home Health Care Glasrock Home Health Care Girting Home Health Care and volunteer nurses from the First Methodist Church I'he Diabetes Screening Clinic sponsored ny Noon Lions Club members includes tests to determine high and low blood sugar levels Additional tests are also conducted when fully qualified medical person nel are present at the clinic These additional tests include skin tests for the tuberculosis, anemia, blood pressure, tetanus shots and high risk profiles Screening clinics will continue to be scheduled throughout the coming year at various organizations in New Braunfels Lion Gene Burr. who will serve as diabetes screening chair man this year, reports that the first clinic is scheduled for Sept 25 at Symons Corp on Loop 337 If your organization wants to schedule one of these free clinics, call Lion Gene Bums at 625-8868 for an appointment Kiwanians When Kiwanians met Sept 17 at the Hungry Hobo, they welcomed division five. Lt Gov designate Doug Weart from the Greaater Ran dolph Area Kiwams Club Doug was making his first official contact visit with our club He w ill be back Sept 28 for the installation banquet After reports on the flag project bv Ralph Reed and Gary Mathis the program was presented by Frank Streightoff telling of his visit in 1978 to Iran to visit his daughter who had married an Iranian while he was in the I S during their college years He said the fact that Russia influent ed the northern part of Iran while the U S influenced the southern part made a perfect setting for eontrover sv Thus Khomeni versus the Shah in the 1970s was almost a continuation of the conflict between Shutes and Sums, which had t*een going on for I iou years Russia armed the Iraqis in the 1970s to fight the Iranians and now the C S is arming the Iraqis He passed around an old printed book of the Kubiyat of Omar Khyam and showed a prayer rug which he had succeeded in bringing out of Iran with the help of embassy personnel He told of the chaotic traffic citing an instance of six people on one motorcycle No on** asked which was the best travel agency to use for a visit to iran FUR MIS \ )Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. reat Savings Storewide Infants & Children fort Save 15 - 25% Save 25% Save 15% Infant Boy A Girl Playwear by Buster Brown A others Sizes 3-24 mos On famous maker playwear Girls 2-4T 4-6x 7-14 Boys 2-4T, 4-7 Denim A Bandana Overall Sets Sizes 12-18-24 mos 2-4T Toddler Garter Layette Items Fashion Socks in all Sizes Infant Accessories at inTfinio. ouys ana urns Courtyard Shopping Center The K.I.D. Company “great clothes for great kids" MC/Visa / Discover The ladies of the Dorcas Guild of Cross Lutheran Church is busy planning and organizing the sixth annual Texas Christmas Bazaar to be held Oct 9 and IO at the Cross Lutheran activity center The guild will be selling handmade craft items. Christmas decorations for the home and tree. baby gifts, quilts, afghans, homemade canned and baked goodies and desserts by the piece. tea and coffee Also, from ll a rn to I p rn on both days, chili by the cup com bread, and taco salad will be sold The Bazaar will be open Oct 9 from ll a rn to I p rn and Get IO from 9 a rn to 3 p rn The activity center is at 169 S Hickory one block off South San Antonio Street Bazaar chairmen are Claudette Dohertv and Terri Massman Studio 7 to host cholesterol test Studio 7. 1492 CS 81 W , is hosting a Cholesterol Screening on Sept 28 Owner Elizabeth Holland said the Lipid Center from Humana Metropolitan Hospital will conduct the screenings which produce a total cholesterol count The screenings consist of a fmger-stick test, blood pressure test and a questionnaire The hospital will use the results as part of research on cholesterol in the San Antonio area Cost is $5 and the test takes approx imately five minutes The tests will be administered from 8 a rn to 5 p rn Sept 28 Marie’s Kitchen Pasta Salad features vinegar dressing By MARIE OFFERMANN Wednesday s recipe for Betty Wort s Pasta salad incorrectly said the dressing called for a half cup of sugar That would have made an in teresting dish but her recipe actual Iv calls for a half cup of v inegar in the dressing Here s the entire Pasta Salad rectpe printed again PASTA SALAD 12 ounce curly pasta cooked I large    28 ounce can stewed tomatoes chaped and drained I small 2*« ounce can silted or chopped ripe olives 1 bunc h green onions chopped .to cup parmesan cheese Mix ail ingredients together and pour the dressing mixture over all This salad is best tf prepared the day before servtng It keeps well Serves 12 to 15 DRESSING 2 packages dry Italian satad dressing mix ; cup vinegar 2 tbsp waler 2 3rd cup oil Mix ail ingredients together and shake well ENjut over pasta mixture ik FALL SUPER STYLE Pf RFKTX KAT *7?9 / lr* rn 'lie CLASSIC 99 MATTI KAT L_JL£3 * ttfV)9 *ULForrtf Xfr* *ELpJ'?" 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