New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
Thursday. September 24 1987 Hera\d-Zeitung New Braunfels. Texas Page 9
Debutantes of the 1987 <988 M d Texas Sym phony from left Ste; * -r n ¥? Maur-sa Young, Wendy Doepp^ns * ’ it ar- • He \V er .‘.ay are introduc*-3 at - r J > • : .
Wolfgang s Keller by their mothers
Hostesses were Mollie Young Barbara Way.
Ar- ii*'1 P ebara Doeppenschmsdt
Come to the Fair is a scene 'rom the Soiree carty at the home of Samrm and Bi _ee S -tu’ • day evening. Lower fr ends are Bill Lee Cai
Leissner and Samrm Lee Standing from left sre Layton Leissner and S D. David, hostess
Not pictured is Nancy DavidDebutante intros
Soiree sillinessSchuetzen Verein
New B'aun'eis Schuetzen Verem Shooting
Club hosted annual barbecue and prize shoot last Sunday From left are B s Wimberley president tau'*-' e Wei jner procurement officer Gay Wimberley secretary
DAR distinguished guest Children’s Museum Republican visitor
md Do* Flab*1 former president 1949-1954
W * bef , hoi is - ng medals won by the late
Richard Wetdner in 1922 1923. and 1929
donated by Erns Rohde
Patty Smithers right assists student M gue Garza and son Hosea with air brusr »r artist- • illustrations at Saturday s Art she Outreach sponsored by New Braunfels Aft League at
the Arts Center Gallery. Not shown are Saturday s other teachers Elaine Felder and Jenny
Whitley stained g!ass and Pat Deitz. ink and
Peter Olsen, chairman of the board of directors of the New
Braunfels Children s Museum, accepts a $250 donation from Wurstfest Association president Clifton Brandt The museum is presenting an exhibit Oct. 6-Nov 14 in Courtyard Shopping Center titled, * Do It My Way: Living with Special Needs which focuses on disabilities and special needs of children and adults Volunteers are still needed to "lend a hand, call Susan Gudgell at 620-0939 or 625-2038
Jean Rogers left State Rep Edmund Kuempel and Ann
Kuehier visit at Monday s luncheon meeting at the Sizzler Kuempel spoke on legislative matters at the meeting of New
Braunfels Republican Women
Ruth Hubbard regent for Captain James Jack chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution visits with Texas Historical Commission chairman and author T R Fehrenbach, main speaker at Saturday s DAR luncheon The event observ od the ?00th anniversary of the Constitution of the United States at tho high school cafetorium
Photos by Frances BridgesClub news, photo policies outlined
Organizations are invited to submit news tor the Club Notes which are published each Thursday in the Herald Zeituiig. The mforma hon should be submitted as soon after the meeting as possible.
To arrange for a photograph
of club activities, call Lifestyles Editor Dana Overstreet at 625-9144 Club representatives may also submit short items to announce meetings which will be published in the Activities which runs each Wednesday and Sunday.