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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 3, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas MARCIf 1993 HERALDZE1TUNG 5A Looking Back 125 years ago 1868 Translators Carl and Ethal Saur Mannrfastnacrit dance will be held Sunday in the Hartensteins Saengerhalle with music by Babels brass Coffee and cake will be The admis sion price is 25fl per Tietze advertises that he has different sizes of windows 100 years ago 1893 Translator tottte Mlltor Lost a black shoulder shawl with colorful stripes was lost Sat urday night at Lenzens The honest finder is asked to return it to the office of this Receipt I declare herewith that I have received the sum of as insurance on my deceased husband from the New Braunfels Mutual Insurance Soci ety Neu Braunfels Gegenseitin gen Unterstutzen Margareth The selection in white and black dresses for confirmants is now larger than ever Buy them from Weber and Notice I ask all my customers who have outstanding accounts with me to meet their obligations by April Carl Neuse 75 years ago Arlene Krueger Scales Alien enemies were registered in Comal County by postmaster Abrahams dur ing the days from February 4 to 9 last Their agesrange from 16 to 75 A number of them had come to this country in their ear ly childhood and had considered themselves Others had years ago declared their intention to become citizens but had neglected to get their final naturalization A team of 30 heavy army trucks sped through town Monday some of the men on the trucks throwing written notes to the people on the stating that they were going from Camp Travis to Camp at Hous and reminding those who picked up the notes to write let ters to the Lenten brings us into the sign of the masquerade and this is taken advantage of by a world ly This kind of a ball was pulled off Sunday in the York Creek Saengerhall and a rousing suc cess it proved to be in every Among the fifty or more masks we found represented in and singly all imag inable and characters The American the pious the professional the foreign the funny groups representing benev olent Spanish Mata the fierce bull the gen tle peasant the black min objects from all mingled presenting a picture from From this kaleidoscope picture prizes were awarded as follows 1st best and Oscar Miss Leonie Bruno and Ferdinand Schubert 2rd best Merry Maids Eberhard and Miss Augusta Krueger 3rd best ladys Russian Dancer Miss Etta Reeh 4th belt gentss Spanish Matadore Edgar It was quite a solemn event again for New Braunfels and Comal County when last Monday the third and largest increment of young men of the Countys quota as fixed under the first left to join the National 25 were all but two of whom were m town Monday They had a sumptuous their first at government at the Plaza At oclock a public meeting was arranged on the Plaza where the squad had their picture Oheim addressed the recruits in an eloquent speech after which a group of Red Cross in their tidy handed each of the men a comfort Several hundred friends and well wishers gathered at the and depot from where at about the Comal County among rousing cheers from the bystanders entrained for Camp Travis for a vocation so radically different from that of their earlier 50 years ago 1943 Translator Batty Pfsuffsr Trtosch Comal County Judge Klingemann this week an nounced that after the courthouse the County Commission ers Court had resolved priorities relocating the gallons of asphalt necessary to complete the hard surfacing of sev eral roads in the EA Sahm chairman of the spe cial War Bond and Stamp com mittee that sponsored the free Bond dance last Saturday reported to his committee at a meeting this that Bond sales totaled and Stamp sales Sahm extended his thanks to all committee members who helped with the and also to the Garden Gay and Alfred Liebscher and Terry Adams for furnishing and Paul Jahn for hauling the and also to Claude Allan Briggs for free distribution of hand bills advertising the Curt president of the local chapter of announced this week that Biesels professor of History at Texas University will deliver the principal address at the annu al TexasExes banquet at the Hotel Faust on Tuesday at Carl Schurz will meet March at 3 Edwin Harden will give a book The Rhythm Band will also appear on the pro The Lamar will hold the regular meeting at 3 JuluiB Schleyer will be the main and her topic for discus sion will be Juvenile Delinquen cy in Girl Scout Birthday will be observed at this time and Nowotny will speak on the Rosemarie Lehsner Gregory is editor of the Comal County His torical Sophienburg Museum SATELLITE Guaranteed SALES SERVICE 2105230811 ft TEXAS TUTHERAN JLtC O L L E G E Randolph Center 210 6586438 1000 West Court Texu 781SS5999 Associate and Bachelors Degrees Computer Science Management Information Systems Administration Concentration Areas Accounting Finance Management Marketing Degree Programs open to civilians and military Spring Term IV Registration March Wednesday Military ThursdayFriday Open CLASSES BEGIN 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