The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise from Seguin, Texas on December 7, 1988 · Page 11
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December 7, 1988

The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise from Seguin, Texas · Page 11

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The Seguln Gazette-Enterprise - Wednesday, December 7, 1988 - Page'fU Cub Pack 107 reorganizes The Men's Bible Class of Ema- nuePs Lutheran Church announces the reorganization of Seguin's largest Cub Pack of several years ago, Pack 107. Pack 107 has known great days in the past in the Scouting movement, boasting graduates who have gone on to become Eagle Scouts, and community leaders. Nora Naumann, Pack Committee chairwoman, as well as a veteran leader and holder of the prestigious Silver Beaver Cub Pack 106. Together they ha4 Award for "outstanding and dedi- already begun forming a den df cated ^service foboyhood" is behind boys and parents. , ; Naumann says that meetings; aite already set through December and it is hoped larger numbers of boys and parents will get involved. She spoke of the Christmas party and th£ Grand trustee to appear at Hermann Sons party A new fence BUILDING A PICKET fence around the Sebasta- pol House on Zorn Street, which is currently being renovated, are Rey Acevedo and Oscar Acevedo of the Koehler Company. The cost of restoring the historical structure is being paid by the Texas Parks and Wildlife. (Staff photo by Steve Boehm) AACOG's semiannual luncheon is Dec. 14 John F. D'Aprix, chief executive officer and president of the Texas Research and Technology Founda- ;tion, will address representatives of the 90-member governments convening for the winter semiannual luncheon of the Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG) at "12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 14, at the Marriott Rivercenter in downtown San Antonio. D'Aprix came to San Antonio last Spring from University City Science Center of Philadelphia, Pa., with a reputation for innovative thinking 'about the commercial uses for the fruits of basic research. While at the Science Center, the oldest urban- based research park in the nation, D'Aprix developed a strategic plan that led to expanding the center into something far beyond a local resource, demonstrating how a research park could broaden the economic base of an entire region. Also during the luncheon, AACOG executive committee chairwoman Helen Dutmer will address the gathering regarding the program achievements of the agency for 1988. The winter semiannual meeting of the Alamo Area Council of Governments will follow the luncheon at 1:30 p.m. Registration fee for the luncheon is $15 per person. 0 Stephen R. Prewitt of San Antonio, a grand trustee of the Order of the Sons of Hermann in Texas, will represent the Grand Lodge Sunday, Dec. 11, at the annual Christmas party sponsored by the Cibolo Hermann Sons Family Lodge No. 147. Beginning at 3 p.m., the special yuletide event will be held at Goerke's Country Tavern, Lodge president Roe Yochum announced. Prewitt will bring Christmas greetings from the Grand Lodge and make a brief address there concerning activities of the 80,000-member statewide fraternal benefit society whose headquarters are in San Antonio. Chartered in 1896, Cibolo Lodge, which is one of the 160 Hermann Sons lodges in 143 cities and towns across Texas, has 596 adult and the rebuilding effort. She says she has seen "almost 60 Cubs in Pack 107 and over 200 parents and boys attending annual Blue and Gold banquets held in the . , church basement*" She is assisted upcoming Pinewood Derby among by another longtime local volunteer * e activities and the many individu- --- — - al Den and Pack fun and skill meetings each month. ; Guess adds that "leaders are sore> ly needed and training will be prq- vided soon after signing up...unlikp in the past" Parents interested in giving their sons this traditional American experience in Seguin and outlying areas may call Naumann at F.H. "Spunky" Guess, Committee chairman of the United Methodist junior members. Fay Fey of Universal City and president Yochum of Cibolo are the lodge membership representatives. 379-8377, Guess at 379-8981,' en- Stan Wieding of the Men's Bible Class at 379-4011. * I w's Ifre <Time la ^edecorate for Christmas!! UPHOLSTERING AH types of furniture. Large selection of fabric stock. If you appreciate quality work, we do—call us. n; WATERBEDS KC HALL SAT., 9 P.M. T DEC. 10 TIL 1 A.M. exxas B.Y.O.B. • Set-Ups Available For Reservations & Information — 379-0602 201 E. Nolte Olive wood nativity scenes made in Bethlehem. Open Sundays 9:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Open weekdays 10 a.m. • 4:30 p.m. 372-0380 Complete line of t waterbeds and] ' accessories including padded caps, sheets and comforters in stock. MATTRESSES Made to your order or rebuild you old mattress. Locally Chimed df Operated for 32 years. SEGUIN MATTRESS FACTORY UPHOLSTERY AND WATERBEDS 115 S. 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