The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 5, 1951 · Page 72
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 72

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KAREN AND KATHERINE NEUNABER . . . baby not too young for lea party NEUNABERS Min ister 's Fam ilv L ives »/ On Weekly Budget Plan Corpus Christ! CALLER-TIMES. Sun., Aug. 5. 1951 7-C THE REV. AND MRS. H. F. NEUNABER, KAREX AND KATHERINE . . . time out from rhurch activities, household chores KAREX. 5. HELPS WITH DISHES busy day includes domestic, social duties ,Spend Weekend Here , Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Auwers of j , Roby. Texas, formerly of Corpus ' \ Christi, and their two children. Linda and Carolyn, are visiting; friends here this weekend. BX. JELLKN *OHMIDT ! While, a profession is usually d o j fined as m occupation not of a commercial, mechanical or agri- cu'.tural nature, it has come In have still another meaning for its; members. And that is compensation not always commensurate with decree of service'. Of, the professions most erf t e n ! ramed, the calling of a minister"' Is a typical example. There may' he other compensations, but one! need is common, and that is toi take care of expenses as t h e y ' arise, with littte or no regard f o r j the future. · ' The Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Ncu-j naber and dauRhte.rs, Karen Ruth.! ·Vi, and Katherine, 14 months,! have found this particularly true! of the Lutheran church. For w i t h ; a traditional policy which does n o t j make the tithe or pledq?. com-: pulsory. together with t h e f a c t ! that jn the church's early stage, i the clergy was salaried by t h e ! state, a Lutheran minister depends; only upon the. ability and the willingness of his mem'.-jers to pay. ! Compensations i Compensations for the pastor of. Trinity Lutheran Church and h i s i wife include a tax-free widencc, P,I: 2214 David, a ear almost com-i plfitely paid for by the congi-cga- i tion with $50 cxpnnf* . allowance. | upkeep of their five-room house,! and the church's contribution to j synod's fund for retired ministers, j their wives and dependents. , "This business of a budget is! no good," Mrs. Neunaber exclaims. Sh« continued that on account of Irregularity of expenditures and additional income jn the form of gifts, her family must take care of Incidentals as they come up. Because their congregation i s self-sustaining, the Neunabers , receive a regular semi-m o n t h i y salary with periodical voluntary raises. Gifts from their families ftnd the congregation at Christmas .and other occasions help to supplement tiiis income. Showers For instance, before. Mrs. Neiuia- ber left with the children for a vacation at her home in Missouri, the women of the church gave her a nylon shower and coffee. A baby shower for Kathy took care of her clothing needs for a year. Shoes are usually bought with cash gifts from the grandparents.. ' When the Neunabers" returned from their vacation, they found -their entire home redecorated in Mrs Neunaber's chosen c o l o r scheme. The house itself was furnished gradually, and the family Is looMrig forward to the end \of the year, when, both their, new electric refrigerator and a mortgage loan, on the car will be paid for.-.' . ' : · ' . ';·.'·'· .. At their original pastorate i n Freeport, Mr. Neunaber conducted services in the family .living, room, so that Mrs. Neunaber has only recently covered new living room furniture'. .She washes three times a week in her conventional tyjw washer and does all of the housework, which includes some sewing' for herself and the chil- · Yard work is her ho")by, she Kays, so she find;-, that easily cared f f while the children are playing outdoors. .-V boy "from across" the street" cuts th« lawn. Baby Sitting Baby sitting problems arc solved by taking the children to church and. when Mrs. 'Neunaber has to bo away, helpful neighbors and yiujijr pirl from the church with whom they trade favors. Karen, almost six and scheduled to enter the first grade in the w l l , is helpful with chores, d r v i n e dishes, setting- the table and helping around the house. Mr. Neunaber laughs at the mention of a savings account, but adds that they carry education:!! policies- on the children and l i f e and polio insurance policies on the whole family. In sp !e of n heavy schedule, diversified e n t e r t a i n m e n t includes movies, which the f a m i l y enjoys together, and playing on church s o f t h a l l t e a m s for men and worn- en. Mrs. Neunaber attends showers and club meetings with members and belongs to the Lutheran Women's Missionary League and Uie sewing circle of th« local church. She taught Sunday school befoiy Ksithy \vas born, Registered Xiirse ' A registered nurse by profession, Mrs. Ncunaljcr does not economize when it comers to the family's supply of proteins, fresh vegetables r I produce. She markets, in large quantities, buying only seasonable goods, and cooks in exact amounts to avoid leftovers. "\Vlnjn we do have leftovers, they have to be. eaten.' 1 Mr. Neunaber asserts. Powdered milk is used for economy and case in storing. In addition, the family has four quarts of wjiolc milk delivered twice a v eok and. .six quarts on weekends. T h e refrigerator compartment holds a week's supply of meat, which Mrs. Neunaber serves everv d .y. A minister's; salary dries not a l low much catering "to the sweet tooth, hut homemade ice cream, cookies and cupcakes for the children, f r u i t and occasional watermelon are the usual treats. 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