New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 9, 1995, Page 10

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung July 9, 1995

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 10AD Herald-Zeitungo Sunday, July9,1995The good times roll at Gay Forties Club barbecue and bam dance pigs thirteen hours before serving time. Following dinner, the bam resounded with the dance rhythm of the “Fire on the Mountain doggers” from San Antonio. Dona Bruns introduced the group, which has performed internationally. Committee Chairperson was Ruth Doeppenschmidt, who was assisted by her family members, Joan Reeh (daughter), Barbara Doeppenschmidt (daughter-in-law), Michele Kelly (granddaughter), Vivian Sahm (sister-in-law) and other club members Mar garet Ann Bird, Mary Virginia Brinkley, Dona Bruns, Nancy Chafin and Ruth Heitkamp. Spouses who assisted in serving were Carl Doeppenschmidt (Ruth’s son), Bob Reeh (Ruth’s son-in-law), Tom Kelly (Ruth’s grandson-in-law), Gary Bird, Bill Brinkley, Leo Chafin and C. W. Heitkamp. Guests for the evening were Carol Ann Baker, Beth and Paul Bomke, Holly and Brian Childs, Vicki and Ron Hamel, Taylor Lee, T. I. and Patsy Long, Jane and Lou Raeke and Tina and Wes Stoddard. Hostesses for the Gay Forties Club Barbecue and Bam Dance at the Doeppenschmidt Ranch on June 11th are left to right (seated) Joan Reeh, Ruth Doeppenschmidt (Chairperson) and Margaret Ann Bird. Standing, left to right are Dona Bruns, Mary Virginia Brinkley, Ruth Heitkamp, Barbara Doeppenschmidt, Michele Kelly, Nancy Chafin and Vivian Sahm. Working on the final preparations for the fresh fruit salad are left to right Nancy Chafin. Vivian Sahm and Ruth HeitkamD. Photos by MARIE OFFERMAN Ruth Doeppenschmidt watches as Tom Kelly, left and Carl Doeppenschmidt, center, cut the barbecued pork. By ANN BURRUS and MARIE OFFERMAN Special to the Herald-Zeitung On Sunday evening, June lith, members and guests of the Gay Forties Club gathered at the Doeppenschmidt Ranch for “Barbecue and a Barn Dance.” Upon entering the bam, each participant was presented a red, white and blue bandana. The bandanas with a Texas design were presented to the ladies and those with flag designs to the men. The tables were covered with blue and white checked cloths and centered with miniature bales of hay which were adorned with wild flowers. The bam was decorated with other Texas and antique memorabilia. After the social hour, a barbecue dinner was served, which was prepared by members of the committee and their spouses. The menu consisted of barbecued pork, Barbara Doeppenschmidt with a bowl of potato salad. beans, potato salad, pickles, onions, fresh fruit salad, garlic bread and Texas chocolate sheet cake. Carl Doeppenschmidt started barbecuing the two Military Notes ■ Army Cadet Nathan P. Janysek has graduated from the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y., and was commissioned a second lieutenant after receiving a bachelor of science degree. The graduation ceremonies culminated a rigorous training program that emphasized physical fitness, military customs and courtesies, familiarization with West Point’s honor code, leadership, duty, marksmanship, mountaineering, and training in nuclear, biological and chemical warfare. The lieutenant is scheduled for assignment to the Military Intelligence Officer Basic Course, Fort Huachuca, Ariz. Janysek is the son of Alfred J. and Eve N. Janysek, of New Braunfels. He is a 1988 graduate of Health Careers High School in San Antonio. ■ Navy Seaman Naomi P. Murrell, a 1993 graduate of Smithson Valley High School, Spring Branch, recently returned to Norfolk, Va. from a six-month overseas deployment to the Mediterranean Sea with the destroyer tender USS Shenandoah. Munell was one of 1,528 sailors aboard the ship who completed the 11,000-mile voyage which began in late November. Murrell's ship served as a floating repair facility for forward deployed U.S. Navy surface ships. During the deployment, Murrell and fellow shipmates used a wide assortment of high-tech skills to repair electronic equipment, rewind electric motors, and weld exotic metals. Murrell’s ship also is equipped with machine shops and even has a foundry for making parts. Murrell’s ship repaired 17 ships that were berthed alongside or at anchor dunng the top. Fly-away teams from USS Shenandoah also repaired several ships moored in other countries as well. During the deployment, crew members also participated in a mock civilian evacuation exercise, in which Shenandoah sailors volunteered to be rescued. While spending 48 days at sea, Murrell also visited Crete, Cyprus, Israel, Italy, Sardinia, Sicily, and Spain. During a tour to Rome, Shenandoah crew members attended a Papal Audience at St. Peter’s Basilica. Another highlight occurred when about a dozen crew members were baptized in the Jordan River during a port visit to Haifa, Israel. Murrell joined the Navy in Sept. 1993. ■ Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Robert N. Johnson, son of Nancy W. Johnson, of New Braunfels, is halfway through a 6-month overseas deployment to the Persian Gulf aboard the guided missile frigate USS McClusky. Johnson is one of 300 sailors aboard the ship who departed Yokosuka, Japan in Feb. for the 6-month assignment with the Middle East Force. Johnson has been operating in the Persian Gulf helping conduct maritime interceptions of merchant ships suspected of violat ing the international embargo against Iraq. Johnson and fellow shipmates have been questioning and searching ships in international waters suspected of smuggling prohibited materials to and from Iraq in violation of the agreement. Johnson is also participating in several multinational exercises with forces from Great Britain, Kuwait and Thailand. In the Persian Gulf, Johnson’s ship trained firing its large and small caliber guns at targets and conducting choke point operations. In an area where more than half the world’s oil is transported by merchant ships through narrow choke points such as the Strait of Hormuz, ships like Johnson’s play an invaluable role in providing security and stability to the region. Equipped with sophisticated radar, sonar and weapons systems, Johnson’s ship can combat submarines, ships and aircraft. Johnson’s ship represented the U.S. at the International Defense Exhibition in the United Arab Emirate (UAE) in which the U.S. Ambassador to the UAE and Secretary of Defense William Perry visited the ship. While spending most of the deployment at sea, Johnson has also visited Kuwait, Singapore, and Thailand. The 1984 graduate of Berkiner High School in Richardson, Texas joined the Navy in Sept. 1987. T^i^oUowin^ompansoTonosidentian^erdiargedTyT4T!ecCn?™™" utilities were compiled from statistics released by the Public Utility Commission of Texas. The amounts shown are for 1000 kWh and include fuel and other related costs. In order that New Braunfels Utilities residential customers may compare their rates to other utilities, we have listed them with their ranking. Name of Utility 1000 Kilowatt Hours R a 12 Months R D k Ending a n lr June, 1995 I June I Billing u 1995 n It 8 New Braunfels Utilities (I) 722.70 (I) 61.76 Southwestern Public Service Amarillo area (2) 751.48 (2) 65.29 City Public Service Board San Antonio area (3) 754.29 (3) 66.81 Bluebonnet Electric Co-op Giddings (4) 816.78 (4) 69.80 City of Austin (5) 841.73 (6) 76.00 GVEC (G-2, All electric rate) Gonzales (6) 854.84 (5) 72.07 GVEC (G-l, Residential-Farm Rate) Gonzales (7) 902.00 (7) 76.00 Gulf States Utilities Beaumont (8) 932.22 (9) 77.91 Pedemales Electric Co-op Johnson City (9) 932.84 (8) 76.36 West Texas Utilities Abilene arca (IO) 946.35 (IO) 83.21 Texas Utilities Electric Co. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: July 9, 1995

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