New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 4, 1995, Page 3

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October 04, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 4, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung □ Wednesday, October 4,1995 J 3Looking Back Comal County Historical Commission Sophienburg Museum and Archives Rosemarie Leissner Gregory 125 years ago (1870) Translators: Carl and Ethel Saur It is announced that Registration of students is scheduled for October 8 from 9 to 12 in the morning at the Academy. Goldbeck, Holtz and H. Seele are member of the Instruction Committee of New Braunfels Academy. • Moureau and Groos assure F.B. (v.) Hoffmann that his cotton ginned by steampower will bring equally as good a selling price as cotton ginned by water or horse-mule power. J. Zoeller has a dance on Sunday. A Target Shoot is scheduled at the Point on Sunday. IOO years ago (1895) Translator: Lottie Nebergall Miller For lease is the right to gather pecans in Landa Park and at the Comal Springs. At the same time I give notice to all who have permission to visit the Park and Springs that their picking any nuts is forbidden. Jos. Landa. Since the beginning of this year Mr. Heinrich Jentsch has killed 30 rattle snakes on his farm located four miles from here, just above Waco Springs. HARVEST FEST - at Ed Rohdes’ Hall on Sunday, October 6. Games for children in the afternoon. At night a dance. A friendly invitation is extended to all. The fruit and candy stand at the Hor-tontown Fair will be managed by A. Glue. No one has offered to build the cake booth, which is sure to have good business results. The Ladies Committee will be in charge of the lemonade stand. 75 years ago (1920) Arlene Krueger Seales Mr. H.D. Gruene, aged 70 years, died in Detroit, Michigan, Sunday, having gone there some months since for treatment. Mr. Gruene was a pioneer of this section, and at the time of his death was extensively engaged in farming and merchandising at Gruene, some three miles from New Braunfels. The body arrived here from Michigan Tuesday evening and burial took place Wednesday afternoon in Comal Cemetery. Surviving are his widow, one son, Ottomar Gruene, two daughters, Mrs. Paula Hampe, and Mr. Ben Ogletree, one sister, Mrs. Johanna Sippel, and eight grandchildren. Last week the Zeitung, the German paper of this city, rounded out the 68th year of its usefulness and this week entered upon volume 69. During these years it has recorded the birth, marriage and death of lots of people and recorded events that have long since passed from the minds of many. During the late war it was indeed Amen can, being one of the very few German publications printed in this country that were allowed to pass through the mails without first a copy being translated and left with the local post master. It is a well patronized, as it should be, clean fair-minded competitor and one that it is a pleasure to have in our midst. Some time Monday night the Pfeuffer store was entered and more than $300 worth of goods stolen. Three men’s suits were taken, as well as razors, knives and a few other articles. An entrance | was gained through an upper window, the putty from one pane being scraped off and by thrusting a hand through and unlocking the window. Before leaving the intruders helped themselves to a lunch of cheese and crackers and other food of like kind. . . .Two young men just before closing time entered the store and bought some $6 worth of overalls and this money was placed in the salesman’s book who made the sale and the • book laid under the counter, the safe being closed on account of the lateness of the hour. This money was taken from • the book by the robbers, this being all the cash get-at-able. It is supposed the • same parties who made these purchases i arc the ones who took the money and the articles missed. The upper story of the building was reached by climbing a tree I that stood near the building and once ! on the roof of the one-story addition it was an easy matter to gain an entrance to ; the main part. An exit was made by unlocking a door to the grocery depart-; -ment This is the third time this store has • -been entered by thieves. The Childs Welfare Club of which Mrs. E.P. Stein is president, was organized in 1911 and has for its aim all that its name implies. It has always held a lively interest in the schools and has proved its helpfulness in many ways, has aided in installing the play grounds apparatus; in domestic science department, Manual training department; the science room with Wireless apparatus ; and in securing the Lyceum Course that • is to be furnished this year, the first number of which was given September 25 and those who heard Mr. Evans «: splendid lecture were given a treat, berth in entertainment and food for thought. 50 year* ago (1945) Betty Pfeuffer Triesch In the face of labor shortages affecting •: the nation, Army Engineers reported this week from Washington that they are ready to start work this Fall on rivers, and harbors and flood control project estimated to cost $900,954,965, and over another half-billion slated for next Spring, among which is the dam scheduled to be built across Comal’s upper stretches of the Guadalupe. Meanwhile, farmers and ranchers of this County who stand to lose their lands if the deal goes through were planning a mass meeting for this Sunday to find out how they stand in the situation. The meeting is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday at Sattler (or Hancock in case of inclement weather). Chamber of Commerce officials from New Braunfels are scheduled to attend the meeting, as are members of the Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority. According to the report from Washington, all of the projects have been authorized by Congress and work will begin when the necessary funds are appropriated. Members of the Revocation, Tire and Price Panels of the Comal County War Price & Rationing Board have submitted their resignations effective on October 29, effective date of the closing of the local offices in the Nowotny Building, the Herald learned today....Local members resigning include Jos. E. Abrahams, Walter Zipp and Alton Luckett for the Revocation Board; C.E. Leifeste, C.W. Kramer and Walter Rompel for the Tire Panel; J.H. Schleyer, H.L. Richards and John Ruppel for the Price Panel. Comal Post 179 American Legion Band will lead a delegation of New Braunfels citizens to Fredericksburg on Saturday, October 13, for the Homecoming celebration and parade in honor of Admiral C. W. Nimitz, colorful commander of the South Pacific The Sophienburg Museum Auxiliary will sponsor a clebration commemorating the 100th anniversary on Sunday, October 7. It will also be commemorating the dedication of the Museum which occurred October 8, 1933. The plans for the afternoon consist of open house from 3 to 6 with a short program beginning at 4:30 o’clock. The speakers on the program will be Fred Oheim. with the “Origin of the Sophienburg”, “Highlights of Pioneer Days”, by Oscar Haas; Introductions by Martin Faust; and Presentation of Wine Goblets from the Castle Braunfels by Mrs. J.H. Schleyer. The String Trio will also entertain on the program. Coffee punch and cookies will be served throughout the afternoon. DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASS Jim Goodbread instructor ■ Cl I -'.O' iJ. I’uDio evening^ Saturdays 210-625-0312 BUSINESS WANTED I AM SELLING MY HOUSTON BUSINESS INTERESTS 11/01/95 & DESIRE TO RELOCATE TO THIS AREA. FINANCIAL RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE TO $500,000 CASH DOWN. CONFIDENTIALITY MAINTAINED. CAU MIKE ADEN OFC (7l3)~988-8200 HOME 713-558-7722. bmWm Fri, Mon Thur e.. c. 5:00 7:00    100,3:00 O OO 500 7:00 I Fri, Mon Thur Sat Sun 4:35 7:05 5 CVC AV 9:30    7    05    9    30 [Clueless Sat-Sun sii8 ?=?i 0:15 Devil in a Blue Dress JE Fri, Mon- Sal-Sun Thura. 12:50 5:05 7.20 2:55 5:05 9 35    7 20 9:35j I Michael Myers 5.30 7.30 5 , rn 9:20 0:20 (Tau* ■> 4:30 7:10 0:40 Mon- Sat-Sun. 1:45 4:30 7:10 0:40 Marcus Waldschmidt was bom in New Braunfels January 27, 1898, the son of Fritz and Lina Stein Waldschmidt. His grandparents were among the first settlers. Marc, as he was known by his friends, attended New Braunfels schools and Nixon Clay business College in Austin. He was married July 23, 1930 to Vivian Stellbauer of Houston, and is survived by his widow, by one daughter, Valerie; by two sisters, Hertha Walschmidt and Mrs. George McFarland of Austin; by one brother, Sido Walschmidt and other distant relatives. The pall- bearers were: Otto Rhode, Helmuth Wittenbom, Edgar Oelkers, Herman Schulze, W.H. Vollmar, and Clarence Alfrey. Funeral services were held from the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with burial in the New Braunfels Cemetery. Rev. W.S. Highsmith officiated. Say It With WEIDNER’S FLOWERS Open Beginning October IO Corsages, Gifts, Bouquets, Pot Plants, Cut Flowers, Funeral Designs, 1153 Lee Street-Phone 461 SECOND TO NONE! Southern Select Beer....U.R. Heilman, 476 N. Market St. COME BY AND SIGN UP FOR The New Maytag and Thor Washing Machines Just received shipments of both lines. KNEUPER BROS. MUSIC STOREfiN BENDIX automatic HOME LAUNDRY Richards & Krueger Lumber, 674 S.Seguin St. - Phone 131 “Everything to Build Anything” 25 years ago (1970) Myra Lee Adams Goff The Revelers elected Bob Pfeuffer president at a business meeting of the club September 13 at the Fred Willard home. Also elected are Jerry Faust, vicepresident; Mrs. Fritz Scheffel Jr., secretary; Rick Reed, treasurer, Mrs. Joe Miller, historian; and Jack Kyle, parliamentarian. New members are ftie Jim Bates and Bill Lees. Refreshments during the evening were furnished by the out-going officers. The annual New Braunfels Schuet-zenverein prize shoot was held Sunday, Sept. 13, at the club range on Bulverde Road. The high score for rest shooting uemna/n, ^/oava^tan [yooufauie dxtclieb    "tiUolAimp    •. Phyllis Schertz, Owner Lee’s Antique Mall (210)629-7919 125 Hwy 81 New Braunfels, TX ca/l 606-0U71 Tues. - Sat. 10-5 Sun. Noon - 5 3-12 ’-ysszz. Chaparral Cmtrf Oui Bring This Reduced Price Coupon and Come On Out P Play The FINEST GREENS IN TEXAS! $13°°* - Weekdays (Reg. Price $18.50 plus tax) $9900* - Weekends & Holidays (Reg. Price $23.50 plu(s tax) •Plus Tax. Coupon Not Valid For Toumamont. Proper Attire Must Be Worn MUST CAU FOR TEE TIME New Self Cart Fleet! Membership Available 300 Chaparral Dr. 1 -800-707-1313 Offer Expires 10-31-95 Lhapai Seguin, TX 78155 (210) 379-6314 NB WATERFORD Burning Displays Large Selections Complete Fireplace Dept. Gas Log Sets • Glass Doors Tool Sets • Gifts PATIO HAUS 625-0221 3207 IH 35 SOUTH • EXIT 184 GII I BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 629-6400 111 35 and Walnut Ave. JOHN W.P. HORAN, M.D. is pleased to announce the opening of his practice in General Orthopaedic Surgery with particular interest in: joint replacement disorders of the hands and feet arthoscopic surgery 189 E. Austin St. New Braunfels, Texas (210) 629-0002 BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W. San Antonio $1.50 ALL SHOWS $ I 50 Beautiful Wurstfest Dresses Also New Shipment of New Braunfels Historic Afghans Brandywine Street Scenes of Grata* ft Sea Aatonlo St Collectable Rallies (Hand carved Wooden Faces) if was achieved by Milton Uecker with a total of248 of a possible 250. Ed Bach-le took second place with a total of247. High score in offhand shooting was taken by Skip Bartram with 117 of 125....Bartram also won the Harold Adams Memorial Trophy for the second year in a row with an aggregate score of 777 on 35 shots offhand. Twenty of these 35 shots were from the Sattler medal Shoot held earlier this summer, plus five shots at each of three other prize shoots. The last of these three shoots was the New Braunfels Schuet-zenverein....Bob Pfueffer took second place on the offhand aggregate scoring with a total of 775 and Don Rahe finished third with a score of ll I. The pretty brunette, Gale Helmcamp, was crowned Comal County fair Queen in a ceremony Sept. 23 at the fair. First runner-up, was Suzy Hovestadt, and Sharon Kuehler was second runner-up. Cathy Grass, 1969 Fair Queen, crowned the title-winner. Gal, 16, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Helmcamp and is a junior at New Braunfels High School. She was sponsored by New Braunfels Lodge, Sons of Hermann. Suzy is the daughter of Mrs. Claudine Hovestadt and William Hovestandt Jr., and Sharon’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Erhard Kuehler. Both girls are 17 and seniors at New Braunfels High School. Trohpy winners for best costumes at the Comal County Fair’s opening Night in Old-New Braunfels were, Mrs. H W. Dietz, of Mission Valley, best woman’s costume; James Rheinlaender, best man’s and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rahe, best couple. Best waltzers were Mr. and Mrs. Elburn Kanz. □he family of Jose. G. Rodriguez would like to express their sincere thanks to our friends and relatives for their expression of sympathy, flowers, food, prayers cmd monetary gifts. God bless you, _The    Rodriguez    Family lr I I I I GRAND OPENING The Swiss Chalet Restaurant cordially invites you and your guest to enjoy one COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH OR DINNER when a second lunch or dinner of equal or greater value is purchased. 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