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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 7, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, June 7,1995 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 7Looking Back Comal County Historical Commission Sophienburg Museum and Archives Rosemarie Leissner Gregory Special to the Herald-Zeitung 125 years ago (1870) Translators: Carl and Ethel Sauru NOTICE TO HORSE RAISERS -Coreth’s Farm has male mule (stallions) to sell. F. Moureau, president of the New Braunfels Woolen Manufacturing Co., announces the annual meeting of shareholders for June 227 at 9:A.M. in the company office. C. Waldschmidt, City of New Braunfels Tax Collector, reminds the public that city taxes need to be paid by July 1,1870. IOO years ago (1895) Translator: Lottie Nebergall Millen! During the night of June 3 rogues broke into Papa Seekatz’s shop and stole twelve dollars worth of tobacco and food. The theives broke a shutter and then entered through the window. They must have been very bold fellows because an electric light shines nearby and occupied houses are within sight of the shop. NOTICE - Anyone wanting to have a well dug, see Ottto Vogel. He has worked with his machines for several weeks close to town, where he has had good results FOR SALE - a good fenced-in farm two miles southwest of York’s Creek, three miles from Hunter. Seventy acres cultivated, 60 acres in pasture, all with good fences, plenty water, a well, tank and cistern. A good roomy house, stable, and com house. More information from Oscar Schleyer, Hunter, Comal County, Texas. Thank you notice - We express our appreciation tp all who attended the funeral of our daughter and sister, Emma, and especially do we thank Pastor Muelder and the singing club, Frohsinn. J.E. Stautzenberger and family 75 years ago (1920) Arlene Krueger Seales BASEBALL SUNDAY While Victor Roth, the base ball organizer, was out of town last week, Ed. Staats got busy, sold tickets to insure half the season, organized the team and matched a game with the headquarters team at San Antonio to be played here Sunday afternoon. He pulled all this off in a few hours time and looked after his own business on the side, which is going some...The grounds at the Landa Park have been put in good shape and some snappy games should be given....The line-up for Sunday will be about as follows: Ludwig pitcher, Burke catcher, Hartmann first, Tausch second, Parsons and O'Bahnon third, Tirtze short stop and Feigerle, Schultze and Roth fielders. Come out and give the boys a good start as it takes more than a team to make a good game. June II, p.2 - THE JUNIORS ENTERTAIN. Junior dais of the New Braunfels High School gave a luncheon in honor of Superintendent Holekamp and Miss Toepperwein, Saturday, May 15. The dining room was artistically decorated in pink, baskets of Sweet peas and gladiolas, giving a touch of beauty to the table. A delicious salad course was served, followed by an ice course which carried out the color scheme. During the serving Mr. Holekamp spoke words of appreciation, which were followed by a short talk by Miss Toepperwein. To these Harold Henderson responded in behalf of the Junior Class. Mr. Maars spoke for the High School teachers. Songs by the Junior class, Miss Eikel and Miss Eltha Zipp were enjoyed by all. Misses Thelma Suttle, Janice McKinney, and Frieda Rathmann entertained the guests with declamation and readings which show that the talent of the class is varied and of the highest type. Those that enjoyed this delightful evening were: Miss Toepperwein, Mr. and Mrs. Holekamp, Mr. and Mrs. Sahm, Mr. and Mrs. Maars, Mr. and Mrs. Kee, Mrs. Henderson, Miss Vera Eikel, Miss Elenor Eikel, Thelma Suttle, Alvina Abrahams, Norma Voel-cker, Adeline Kessler, Edna Seekatz, Mayme Kuhfuss, Norma Roessing, Edna Mergele, Ella Haase, Melitta Moeller, Frieda Rathmann, Janice McKinney, Eltha Zipp, Fannie Mae Street, Ruby Hoftmann, Elua Feuge, C. Fischer, II, Welch, B. Herry, H. Henderson, Willie Fischer, James Agel-tree, Albert Schnabel, Otto Locke and Henry Gruene. AProf. and Mrs. Bodo Holekamp left New Braunfels to make their home in Boerne, where Prof. Holekamp has accepted a position as Cashier of a newly organized bank. Prof. Holekamp and wife have made their home in New Braunfels for the past 16 years and their leave taking is greatly regretted by a large host of friends made during their residence here. Prof. Holekamp has been Superintendent of the New Braunfels Public Schools for sixteen years, having only recently resigned to accept the Boerne position. Mrs. Fannie Price of Dilley is the guest of her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Landa. Mrs Price will also visit her nephew, Postmaster and Mrs. J.E. Abrahams, before returning home. Mrs. Ernestine Pantermuehl, nee Heimer, died on Friday, May 14, at Sattler, aged ll years, 2 months and 19 days, after a very brief illness. Decedent was bom at Altenberg, Saxony, and with her parents came to this country in 1852, stopping a few days in Now Braunfels and spending the remainder of her life at Sattler. In 1860 she was married to Fred Pantermuehl, the husband dying in 1904. To them were bom four sons and one daughter. Burial took place at Sattler Saturday, Rev. Momhinweg officating 50 years ago (1945) Betty Pfeuffcr Triesch South and West Texas will represent the nation June 13 when it will pay personal tribute in San Antonio to many of the great American military leaders responsible for victory in Europe... Flying directly from Paris, France, the group of 50 or more fighting men, including eight commanding generals, will be feted with a jubilant home coming pagent starting at 2:00 p.m. The entire day in the famous old city will be dedicated to the returning heroes. Included in the party will be such famous generals as Lieut. Gen. Ira Eaker, Chief of Air Staff at Washington; Lieut. Gen. J.K. Cannon, Commander of the 12th Air Force; Lieut. Gen. Alexander M. Patch, Commander of the Seventh Army, Lieut. Gen. Lucius Truscott, Commander of the Fifth Army; Maj. Gen. H.F. Vandenberg, Commander of the 9th Air Force; Maj. Gen. J.K. Cavin, Commander of the 82nd Airborne Division; Maj. Gen. LD. White, Commander of the Second Armored Division, For Gen. Eaker and Gen. Truscott it will be a real home-coming. Both are native Texans... Tribute to the men who outfought and out-planned the German war machine will be in true carnival spirt. Under the joint-sponsorship of the city and Chamber of Commerce, elaborate plans have been made for the welcoming. The planes carrying the distinguished group arc scheduled to land at 2:00 P.M. Immediately following there will be a parade through a carnival decorated San Antonio business district. Approximately IOO soldiers, recently returned from overseas, will visit New Braunfels and Landa Park for a days outing every Thursday for an indefinte period as a result of arrangements completed between the city and the Special Service office at Ft. Sam Houston Eight Comal County men were accepted in the armed forces through the Comal County Draft Board for the month of May. James Richard Dietz went into the Navy. Accepted by the Lawn and turfgrass workshop scheduled for June 13 A Lawn and Turfgrass workshop is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 13, 1995 at the Comal County Extension meeting room, located at 132 South Water Lane, behind the Sheriffs office off of San Antonio Street. Dr. Richard Duble, Extension turf specialist, will discuss grass varieties and types for lawns, golf courses, and athletic fields in Comal County. Dr. Duble will also discuss watering and fertilizing of lawns and turfgrasses. Dr. Joe Krausz, Extension pathologist, will discuss diseases of turfgrasses, including take all patch, brown patch, and any other disease that might affect your lawn or turf area. Dr. Krausz will also discuss cultural and chemical ways of controlling many of our turf diseases. This workshop is open to the public. Anyone with a lawn, or anyone planning to establish a new lawn, should make this meeting. Football field and golf course groundskeepers are encouraged to attend. This workshop will be good towards 2 CEUs for private and commercial applicators. Spring Garden Show set for Saturday The Men’s Garden Club is once again sponsoring the Annual Spring Garden Show. Gardeners from Comal County are invited to enter the show. There is no entry fee and anyone who gardens vegetables or flowers is eligible to compete. Divisions include: Division I (Open Class)—Anyone and any age in Comal County and just about every category there is; Division ll—Fruits—Class open to anyone and any age and includes berries, peaches, plums, apples, peas, persimmons and grapes; Division III—Cut Flowers—Class open to any age and includes any type, variety or cultivar of flower grown here in Comal County; Division IV—Potted Plants—Open to any age and includes any potted plant that is presently grown and owned by the exhibitor; Division V—Children’s Garden—All youngsters less than 19 years of age are eligible to compete. Dr. Jerry Parsons is our judge and will be here after the judging for comments and suggestions. The show is set for Saturday, June IO, 1995 at the Comal County Extension office. We will receive entries from 8 to IO a.m. Judging will be from IO to ll a.m. Viewing and comments by Dr. Jerry Parsons will be from 11 a.m. to I p.m. If you are interested in exhibiting in the Spring Garden Show, call the Extension office at 620-3440 for more information. Specific rules and guidelines for each vegetable are also available. The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung: Winner of five 1994 Associated Press Managing Editor Awards, more than any other newspaper in its class. Winner of Highest Honors from the Texas Press Association 1994 Better Newspapers Contest. Par-Tee Center Beginner & Intermediate Grojip Golf Lessons Starting Week of June 12 MEN - Monday 4 Wednesday Evenings, 7 to 8 p.m. LADIES - Tuesday & Thursday Evenings, 7 to 8 p.m. Series ol Six lessons (3 Weeks) Cost-$48 tar Whole Series or $10 Per Lesson Price Indudes Range Bells end Clubs for Lessons. army were Preston Wm. A. Staats, Virgil Lee Startz, Jos. Wm. Nixon, Douglas Nils Swanson. Randolph Hilmar Triesch, Jack Elliott Darling and David Meckel. Funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon, May 31, for Mr. Herman Vogcs, who died on May 30, at the age of 75 years. The deceased had been suffering from partial blindness for about 8 years. He suffered a “stroke” in December, 1941. The deceased was born at Bulverde on March 2, 1870, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Voges. On July 30, 1935 he was married to Miss Bertha Hofheinz, which union was blessed with 4 children. Of these I son died at the age#of 5 years. The deceased operated a mercantile business at Bulverde for five years following his marriage. After selling the business he purchased the Camp Bulbs Ranch which he operated for about 40 years. In 1941 Mr. and Mrs Vogcs moved to New Braunfels, where they resided until the death of Mr. Voges. Surviving arc the widow, I son, Bruno Voges of Bulverde; 2 daughters, Mrs. Alvin Gass of Spring Branch and Mrs. Adolph Brchm of Converse; 2 brothers, Messrs. August Vogcs of Bulverde and Walter Vogcs of San Antonio; 3 sisters, Mrs August Wehe of Bulverde, Mrs. Emilie Bands of New Braunfels and Mrs. E. Layer of Poteet; 2 sons-in-law, I daughter-in-law; 4 grandchildren and other more distant relatives. Services were held from the Docppenschmidt Funeral Home with Pastors Edwin H. Berger and G. Momhingwcg officiating. Burial was in the Comal Cemetery. The following served as pallbearers; Messrs. Harry Wehe, Arnold, Herbert; Jerome and Raymond Voges, and Paul Biclstcin. 25 years ago (1970) Myra Lee Adams Gof High School delegates to the American Legion Boys State at the University of Texas June 6-13 arc Barry Buskc, Thomas Clendennen, Steve Ebcrhard, Rodney Schlathcr, William Nolte, and Alfonso Soliz Twirlers at New Braunfels Junior High for the 1970-71 school year arc Jayne Jochcc; Glynis Kirchof, head twirler; Beth Ferguson, Ellen Nohm, and Debbie Ohlrich Helen Schrciwcr, Diana Socchting, and Lois Saur member of the Canyon High School May graduating class, were honored by their mothers, Mrs Egon Schriewcr Jr., Mrs. Henry Soechting, and Mrs. Curt J. Saur, at a Party Monday afternoon, May 25, in the Balcony Room of New Braunfels Smokehouse. Unicom Baseball Coach Ray Kart, a professional baseball player who was a catcher on the World Championship 1954 New York Giants team, has been named head baseball coach and assis- . tant football coach at Texas Lutheran College. The announcement was made Wednesday by Dr. Joe K. Menn, president....Kart, who coached his 1970 Unicom squad to a co-championship of District 28-AAAA, succeeds Carlton “Buzzy” Keller, who resigned after coaching here for 11 years. The Unicorns went on to defeat John Jay of San Antonio in the playoffs, but lost to Austin McCallum in bi-district play, two games to one. For more infonnation or to sign up call 303-GOLF (303-4653) - Individual Lessons Also Available -Lighted Driving Range Open Until IO p.m. Every Night - Par Tee 9-Hole Golf Course Open from 8 arn. to Dark Everyday - Junior Clinic - Dates to be determined Cill Jerry Gninef for More Information. 2765 Hwy. 46 N. Seguin Enhance the Beauty and Value of Your Home with Professional Tree Care Trimming Removal 6116- THEE (8733) T. MARTIN TREE EXPERTS Dreams Come True with our Honeymoon Registry V 133 Landa Street J (Creative Hats 1112 N. Walnut 629-6671 Welcomes Hairstylists Shelley Schulle, Vickie Rivera (Back For Summer) and Denise Farias (Nail Tech) Fiberglass, Silk & Acrylic Nails Summer Specials <'v 9:00 - 6:00 Thurs 9:00 - 7:00 Sat 9:00 - 2:00 «J FABULOUS ON PREMISES DON’ T MISS Astate Auction f!!« ~    ~    ACTION! IN NEW BRAUNFELS, TX Friday, June 9, 5:00 p.m. • Saturday, June IO, 10:00 a.m. Sunday, June 11, 1:00 p.m. • Monday, June 12, lf Necessary PRE VIEW 2 HOURS PRIOR TO EACH SALE This is an Exceptional 3+ Day Auction with Something for Everyone. House Full of Antiques • Collectables • Home Furnishings • Rugs • Paintings • Crystal • Bronzes • Fine Jewelry • Gold Coins • Guns • Indian Art and Jewelry • Vehicles • Guitars • More REAL ESTATE: Built for Franz Moureau, a German consul, in 1854. This 5280 sq.ft. house in historic Downtown area of New Braunfels, TX, will be offered at 2:00 p.m. Sunday. KMM HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SALE: Benjamin West Oil, “Sacrifice of Manoah", 18th Century • Van Monfoort Oil, Also Known as Blacktandt ‘‘Adoration of the Shepherds", 18th Century • E. Aizlein 19th Century Original Bronze • 18th Century Empire Curio Cabinet • 19th Century King Bedroom Set • 19th Century French 6-pc Parlor Set • Rare Crank Up Table Top Organ d. 1887 • Diamond Solitaires to 3 orts • Platinum & Diamond Antique Pendant • Genuine 4.5 ort Russian Alexandrite • Over 50 Pieces of Antique Cut Glass • Huge Austrian "Straus" Chandelier • 19th Century Russian Icon Faberge School • German 19th Century Bronze Mantel Clock • New Army Colt -1888 D.A. 38 • Life Size Bronze Lady w/ Cupid AUTOMOBILES: 1964 Mercedes 220 SE Convertible 3.5 V-8 Show Room Condition • 1991 Ford F-250 Pickup, Loaded. PARTIAL LISTING: indian : Ari & Artifacts Historical 4 Contemporary over 100 Museum Quality Arrow Heads Includes Agate Basin, Hardin, Turkey Tail, Cupp, Etc., Beaded Moccasins, Navajo Pottery, Jewelry Including Heavy Concho Belts 4 Massive Silver Bracelets: Kachina Dolls. RUGS: Handmade 4 Handled Oriental Including Antique, Semi-Antique, Like New 4 New. Hartz, Bokara, Bahuchi, Kashan, Isphahan, etc. PAINTINGS: Collection of Old Masters, 17th-18th-19th Century Paintings, Such as Giovanni Lan Franco, “The Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes," School of Caiavaggio 4 etc. Some Newer Oil Paintings in Carved Gold Frames. Western and Other Prints 4 More RUSSIAN: 17-18-19th Century Icons, Artifacts, Lacquer Boxes, Porcelain 4 More. BRONZES: Western After Death Castings by F Remington & C.M. Russell such as “Coming Thru the Rye". “Stage Coach", “Buffalo", etc. Big Collection of Art Deco and Classic Bronzes. Life Size Pair of Bronze Lions. JEWELRY: Rings, Necklaces, Watches, Pendants in 14-18K Mountings. Diamond Cluster Rings to 4 crts; Diamond Emerald & Ruby Dinner Rings; 1-2-3 crt Tennis Bracelets, 18K 4 SS Rolex; 14K Lady’s Dress Rolex w/2 crt Diamond Basel. Collection of Estate Jewelry, Gem Stones 4 More. Over 200 Lots of Jewelry. LAMPS: Art Glass, Reverse Painted, Crystal Chandeliers, Etc. FURNITURE: Triple Pedestal Conference Table w/8 Chippendale Chairs; Piano; Bureau Bookcase; King Rococo Bed w/ Matching Nightstands 4 Dresser; Mahogany Carved Console w/ Mirror; Big Angel Face Gold Gilded Mirror; Stools; Curio Cabinets; Chippendale Writing Table; French Sofa 4 Chairs; Hall Tree; Marble Top Inlay Bombays; Marble Top Inlaid Desk; Tea Tables; One of a Kind Carved 8 Dining Table w/ 8 Chairs; Tall Victorian High Back Bed; c. 1911 American Kitchen Cabinet; 1900s Oak Buffet, Etc. GUNS: Old Hammer-Type Double Barrel, Old Marlin Pump 20 4 Other Shotguns 4 Rifles. GUITARS: By Martin, Gibson, Peavey, Amps. SMALLS: Cut Glass. Tea Sets. Christian Dior Porcelain, Pattern Glass, Many More Items Too Numerous to Mention. DON'T MISS THIS AUCTION! AUCTION SITE PHONE: (210) 608-1148 Directions: 190 S. Seguin Ave., New Braunfels, TX (IH-35 EXIT #187 SEGUIN AVE.) Announcements at auction supercede all previous announcements Michael Tsybulnik Auctioneer Texas Lie# 11717 TERMS: Cash. Good Check. V/MC, AMEX. Disc 10% Buyers Premium 2% CashDiscount ;

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