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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 19, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                fl HeraldZeitung ft Thursday October Archives Anonymous AA95215 By MICHELLE OATMAN JOHN MOLER Photographer Special to the HeraldZeitung Thanks for calling in and recogniz ing our little HERMANN SONS from last week Bobby Warnecke Jean Wilson and Kathie Lehmann called in to give us great identifications Kneeling in the front are Royce Brown or Stolte and Susie Hovestadt In the back we have left to Jan Jochec Guy Holden Kathy Lehmann Larry Lewis Rita Heimer Matthies Greg Dome and Brenda Malhmstead or Pat Best We didnt do so hot on our OLDIE No one recog nized this goodlooking family Lets try ANOTHER TRIO AA95214 See if this family might be distant relatives of yours out there is bound to know all of these HAND SOME BASKETBALL PLAYERS Lets have everyone call in to name these boys Dont forget to call Just because you think everyone knows doesnt mean everyone will call We are counting on you And to keep the wonderful words of Jane Jackson in our hearts God bless you all KEEP CALL AA95214 Chili cookoff winners The First Commercial Bank chilicooking team captained by Rita Kaufmann won first place in the Showmanship category of the CASIsanctioned Chili CookOff held during the Comal County Fair Team mem bers include from left Rita Kaufmann Kiel Art Cantu Paul Moses Cindy Seidel and Lynn Limmer Winners of the Comal County Fair Chili CookOff sanctioned by the Chili Appreciation Society International Inc were BEST L McAngus New Braunfels Second Anderson New Braunfels Third Williams New Braunfels Commercial Bank Chili New Braunfels Second Mamas Chili New Braunfels Third Amigos New Braunfels Looking Back Comal County Historical Commission Sophienburg Museum and Archives Rosemarie Leissner Gregory Special to the HeraldZeitung 125 years ago 1870 Translators Carl and Ethel Saur An Act was passed by the State Leg islature July 12 1870 It will become law in 60 days It prohibts the carrying of weapons knives pistols guns into public gatherings Churches courts schools dances except by law off icals or where Indians are a danger John F Torrey has constructed a wooden building next to his rebuilt storm damaged rock structure which contains a new sawmill and a gin as well as a cotton press Heinrich Oelkers an early local set tler died last night at his farm on the Guadalupe River two miles below New Braunfels at the age of 67 years F Kreuz sells brick at his kiln for a thousand a hundred 100 years ago 1895 Translator Lot tie Nebergall Miller A busy picture is presented at our market place daily from early morning to evening Wagons loaded high with bales of cotton arrive from all direc tions They are quickly taken care of and our farmers have happy faces because they are getting nine cents a pound for their cotton and sometimes even more As a result they find they can afford to make needed repairs and improvements at their houses and enjoy a more relaxed life A 24 foot roll of wallpaper sells for five cents and up at J Jahn Mr Wm Luersen donated a hog to the Martins Church upOcoming Fair and Mr Aug Startz and Sheriff Halm each gave a sheep Fish chowder is on the Friday lunch menu at Markfelds Garden 75 years ago 1920 Arlene Krueger Seales A Red Cross meeting was held Tues day evening at which the following offi cers were elected Senator Martin Faust Director of Roll Call and Oheim Publicity Chairman It is hoped that every member now enrolled will chip in another dollar and that many new mem bers will be added between now and Armistice Day November 11 One dol lar from each is all that is wanted Mr Carl Kratzenberg the jolly old veteran of Sattler died Tuesday Octo ber 5 in the city hospital here at the age of 83 years and ten months Mr Kratzenberg was bom in Frankfurt on the Main November 19 1836 where he remained through childhood and where he laid the foundation for his excellent education When 16 years of age he entered the well known college at Kassel After his graduation there he came to America in 1860 and in the same year joined the Southern forces in the war between the states and was engaged in many hard fought battles Because of his splendid education he was given an assistant stewardship in an army hospital After 30 years of faithful service he retired and spent the eventide of his long and useful life at Sattler In a few lines written just before his passing he tanked Mr and Mrs Gus Preusser where he spent the last 13 years of his life for so many kindnesses shown him He also asked that the flag that he fol Stammtisch Sexual harassment sexual assault The Comal County Womens Cen ter Laurel Ridge Treatment Center Hill Country Counseling Center and McKenna Hospitals HealthLink will cosponsor a presentation on Sexual Assault from to at the Laurel Ridge Treatment Center on 1293 East Com mon Street in New Braunfels on Thurs day Oct 19 Both mothers and teen age daughters would benefit from this presentation NBCA pancake supper The New Braunfels Christian Acad emy will hold the annual pancake super Friday Oct 20 from to in the school gym located at 995 Mission Hills Drive The public is invited to attend Tickets are which entitles the ticket holder to over in door prizes and silent auction items Entertainment will also be provided Call 6296222 for information Pumpkin Patch The McKenna Memorial Hospital Pumpkin Patch is the place to buy your pumpkin Come to the hospitals front lawn 143 Garza between 4 and 7 Friday Oct 20 Proceeds from the pumpkin sales benefit the Elliot Knox Nursing Scholarship Fund This is the only annual fundraiser for the scholarship fund There are more than pumpkins at McKennas Pumpkin Patch Youll also find Halloween goodies face painting and free trick or treat bags Several local doctors will be competing in a pumpkin carving contest from 5 to 6 and the Childrens Hal loween Costume Contest begins at A raffle drawing will be held at 6 Rummage sale The semiannual rummage sale sponsored by the United Methodist Women of Bracken United Methodist Church will be held Saturday Oct 21 from 8 to noon A wide variety of items will be offered for sale at low prices Ail clothing items will be priced at 25 cents each The youth will also have a bake sale Bracken UMC is located one mile northeast of the intersection of FM 2252 and FM 3009 Ladies Elks Klub bridge tournament New Braunfels Elks Ladies Club is having a bridge tournament Saturday Oct 21 at the lodge at 353 S Seguin St Coffee and rolls at Play begins at Lunch is also served For information call 6294100 Wetlands seminar Scott Ogden will be at Schumachers Hill Country Gardens Saturday Oct 21 at 1 for a free seminar on wetlands and a book signing He will explain the importance of wetlands and resi dential use of wetland plants as orna mentals at home including native grasses horsetail hibiscus water iris and more The public is invited Schu machers is located at 588 FM 1863 Call for information Bake sale The New Braunfels Lioness Club will hold its annual bake sale Saturday Oct 21 starting at 8 am in front of the HEB exit come early for the best selec tion All proceeds benefit local charities and the Lions Camp for exceptional children Sausage dinner The Fischer Store School Commu nity Center will hold a sausage dinner Saturday Oct 21 Adults chil dren Go to Highways 32 and 484 and look for the flags and sign Halloween party Solms Bowling Club Halloween Party for members and their guests will begin at on Oct 21 Pre registration is encouraged Attendees are asked to bring a covered dish or dessert Patchwork Promenade A Patchwork Promenade the fourth annual Quilt Show and Raffle will be held for one day only Saturday Oct 21 from 9 to 5 at Canyon Lake Action Center Hwy 2673 in Sat tler across from the Post Office Admission Sponsored y Friends of Tye Preston Memorial Library Fifth District meeting The VFW Post 7110 and Ladies Auxiliary will host the Fifth District Meeting Sunday Oct 22 at the Post Home A social and dance will be held Saturday Oct 21 from 8 to 11 Members with a current dues card are free and nonmembers are Sun day Oct 22 joint session begins at For reservations call Melvin Haas at 6253770 or Janice Quent at 6256143 before Oct 17 Sesquicentennial tea The New Braunfels Republican Women will have a Sesquicentennial tea on Monday Oct 23 at 4 at KueblerWaldrip Haus in the Danville School This special event will feature Iris Schumann speaking on the history of New Braunfels and the Sesquicen tennial The Victorian Society from San Antonio will model attire from the Victorian Era Those who wish are invited to wear antique clothes or spe cial hats of that period A brief business meeting will be conducted Halloween fun Each month the Landa Recreation Center hosts a special childrens hour program This month the theme is Hal loween Fun Join in for an hour of crafts games and story telling Par ticipants must be four or five years old The program will be held Tuesday Oct 24 from to at the Landa Recreation Center Fee is per child Preregistration required Register at the Landa Recreation Cen ter until Oct 21 For information call 6082167 Natures Way Natures Way Creatures of the Night is an educational program about the mysterious creatures you never see during the day It will be held Wednes day Oct 25 from 4 to in Landa Park for ages four to 10 Cost is Register at the parks office until Oct 24 Call 6082160 for informa tion Eden Home Country Store The Eden Home Country Store will be held from 9 to Oct 27 at the Eden Home Friendship Room Proceeds benefit the resident council project a gardening deck off the coffee break room Your donation of baked goods and garage sale items are needed Call 6256291 ext 274 for information lowed be placed at the head of his grave leaves no near relatives but a large circle of friends who will always hold him in kind remembrances Inter ment took place Wednesday October 6 at Sattler Rev G Mornhinweg offici ating The recently completed residence of Emil Fischer and wife is one of the finest here and is practically fireproof in construction It is built of reinforced concrete brick and hollow tile with a tile roof The garage is connected with the house A large veranda extending across the front adds to the attractiveness of the same The house has a large living room across the front and can be entered from the drive on the north side Glass doors are used in the entrances to the dining room and sun porch The living and dining rooms have hardwood floors and cove ceilings A large fireplace with bookcases and writing desks on each side are other features of the living room The kitchen has all The sec ond floor has four large bedrooms clothes lockers tiled bathroom and porch The house is heated by hot air and has a cooling system installed in the basement Alfred Kerry was the con tractor Mrs Carolina Uecker 89 years of age died at the residence of her daugh ter Mrs Louis Hitzfeld seven miles from the Blanco road Sunday night at 10 oclock She was a native of Ger many but had been a resident of Bexar County for 49 years Beside her daugh ter she is survived by one son Carl Uecker of Bulverde 10 grandchildren and four great grandchildren Funeral services will be held from the residence of her daughter this morning at oclock Reverend Knack of the Luther an Church of Fratt officiating Inter ment will be made in the Bulverde Cemetery at 10 oclock under the direc tion of O Riebe Undertaking Company San Antonio Express SO years ago 1945 Betty Pfeuffer Triesch Opening this week was the Eisen berg Furniture Store Ne Braunfels newest business house operation by Jack Eisenberg who has moved to this City from San Antonio where for the past twelve years he had the Grand Rapids and Eisenberg Furniture Stores Associated with him in the enterprise Levenson also a veteran in the furniture the sales department at Eisenbergs will be Mrs Schulz and Miss Dorothy Simon Eisenberg stated that he moved here because the Town is bound to grow and we want to grow with it Dr R Wright and attorney Hilmar A Triesch were named Tuesday by the Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry to receive the honorary degrade of KCCH Knight Comman der of the Court of Honor The New Braunfels Garden Club held the first meeting of its thirteenth year Monday afternoon at the Lutheran Chapel on Santa Clara Street Plants in Early Pharmacy and Folk Medicine was ably covered by Mrs Lehman On Tuesday evening October 9th at oclock The First Evangelical and Reformed Church was the scene of the wedding of Miss Lucille Staats daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Louis Staats and Mr James Edgar Jett son of Mr and Mrs V V Lawrence of Boerne Texas Captain Raymond O Haas is spending a 45 day leave with his parents Mr and Mrs Max H Haas pri or to reassignment with the Air Forces Since going overseas in Feb of this year Raymond has completed 35 mis sions over the Japanese Empire as a B 29 commander the last mission having been made on VJ Day He was based on Saipan in the Marianas and was a member of the 500th Bomb Group Capt Haas has been awarded the DFC the Air Medal with 4 oak leaf clusters and the AsiaticPacific ribbon with 3 campaign stars 25 years ago 1970 Myra Lee Adams Goff Lets Reelect OUR1 CONGRESS MAN FISHER experiencematu rityachievement pd pol by Ray mond Bartram Officers for the New Braunfels FFA have been elected for the 197071 year ending in as president is Jim Arnold Johnny Greene vicepres ident Bobby Pantermuehl secretary Richard Muse treasurer David Arnold reporter and Paul Kraft sentinel Four of the six local youths who jour neyed to San Antonio last Saturday came home with first and second places in the zone competition of the Punt Pass and Kick competition Bruce Weldy second place for 13yearsolds Richard Torres first place for 12year olds Terry Tausch first place for 11 yearolds and Kreg Kennedy second place for eightyearolds Charlie Nowotny is representing Bock Motor the local sponsor of the event spon sored nationally by Ford Motor Co The two first place winners Torres and Tausch will go to Delmar Stadium in Houston Saturday to compete in dis trict competition TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 powder 5 Country westerns Roy 10 Newcastle product 14 Notion 15 Student 16 Fit 17 Contradict 18 Lying down 19 Bread unit 20 Main course 22 Poorest 24 Smidgen 26 Take a at try 27 Last word 31 Recommend 35 Stringed instrument 36 Mai cocktail 37 Gait 38 Torontos prov 39 Nuts 41 Diamond 42 Large bodies of water 44 Turn right 45 Greek cheese 46 Thank you in Montreal 47 Mental 49 Blues singer James 51 Hands width 52 Tengallon hats 56 Baby 60 Zeus wife 61 Proverb 63 Length times width 64 Gate 65 He painted ballet scenes 66 Danger 67 To precisely 68 Coldwater fish 69 Relieve DOWN 1 ones time 2 Capital of Yemen 3 Canvas shelter 4 Country outing 5 Tastes 6 Stray dog 7 my word 8 Best 9 Navy group 10 Degree of worth 11 Woodwind 12 Cry of woe 13 Departed 21 Very long time 23 Scurries 25 Labculture 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