New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 18, 1997, Page 2

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April 18, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas , . ■ . , Obituaries from Page 1 fcis, and it underwent renovations again in the 50s and 70s. “We've just over collected with all the history we've got,” said Oatman. “This area has such a rich past its bud to house it all in one building.” In 1975, the association began the project of archiving the area's past. Iris Schumann, who has volunteered at the museum and archives for over 20 years, said she was part of that project Schumann said she began volunteering in 1974 when she was a history graduate student at Southwest Texas State University. “At some point along the way, I said to one of die ladies, if you ever have someone interested in wanting to organize an archive, I have an interest in helping with that,” said Schumann. Schumann was eventually taken up on her offer, and in 1982, the Sophienburg Archives was opened on a part-time basis to the public. Today, die archives are located in the old city hall building, and the museum remains in its original building. Oatman said the museum has about IOO exhibits, and the displays change three or four times a year to encourage return trips. Included in the museum displays are a history room, a tools exhibit, the Lands family carriage, and replicas of early businesses. “We received most of the artifacts from the community over the years,” said Oatman. “A lot of the artifacts are given to us through the families when they want to preserve it for the history.” The archives contain a variety of paper, documents, books and photographs. Oatman said the photograph collection alone contains over a million images. Oatman said many of these documents came from families, county records and in-house research. “We’ve actually become known as a German immigration research center,” said Oatman. “Our first query over the internet was a man doing research in Germany. ... Because of the information we found for him, he came here to do research.” “Ninety-nine percent of the staff at the archives is volunteers and that building would not run without the volunteers,” said Oatman. “There’s a lot of competition in town to volunteer, and we’re really going to need to get more people involved in the future to help the current volunteers.” The museum, which is located at 401 W. Coll St., is open IO a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and I to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $1.50 for adults and $0.50 for students. For information, call 629-1572. The Archives, at 200 N. Seguin St., is open from IO a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Admission is $2.50 for adults and $1 for students. 1900. For information, call 629- Graduation from Page 1 a team relay.” A hay ride along the Cibolo Creek, a DJ and a sunrise breakfast campfire will enliven the party as well. Door prizes and lots of food and drink will also be offered. Since its inception seven years ago at CHS, the event has grown tremendously, Allen said. “Each year it has grown bigger and the event has gotten more people involved,” Allen said. “Most people recognize there is a need for kids to have a drug- and alcohol-free party. The only way to afford this event on this level is tor everybody to pull together.” Allen said CHS students and percntt had raised the money for the event by having a nine pin bowling tournament at Freiheit, a powder puff football game, a senior Sadie Hawkins dance, a golf tournament and discount cards for places around town. “Our main fundraiser has been personal bricks that will pave the main areas connecting the school to the new facility which they are building, which is the commons and cafeteria,” Allen said. “We will be taking orders on that by May 15.” People wishing to have their personal inscriptions on the bricks can buy one for $30 or two or more for $25 each. Smithson Valley High School's Project Graduation party will be held at University Bowling in San Antonio on Friday, May 29, Nancy Wagner, Project Graduation chairwoman said. The students will be bussed to the event which will be held from midnight until 6 a.m. “There will be bowling and we will have a casino night,” Wagner said. “At the same complex is the Crystal Ice Palace, which has two ice rinks. We will arrange for the students to have broom ball (a form of hockey) in one and the other for ice skating.” The casino area will have a blackjack table and roulette wheel tables. Food and a DJ will also be provided The play money students win from the casino can be used to buy prizes that will be auctioned off at the end of the night. The party will end with a breakfast buffet. “It is real important to offer kids a last chance to be together before they go their separate ways and to provide them with a safe alcohol free party and have a lot of fun,” Wagner said. Luby’s Cafeteria in New Braunfels helped by donating a percentage of its profits to all three schools Project Graduation parties. For more information on contributing to the Project Graduation parties contact Reneau (625-7612), Allen (625-2016) and Wagner before 4:30 p.m. (904-7273). Gilbert A. Muenchow Gilbert A. Muenchow, a lifelong resident of San Antonio, Texas, passed away at the age of 80 years at home. He was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 8541 and Moose Lodge No. 744. He retired from Lackland Air Force Base with 35 years service in Civil Engineering and served in World War II in the Navy. He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Hattie T. Muenchow; stepchildren, John Polan. Robert Schcel, Darline Preiss; brothers Helmuth Muenchow and Udo Muenchow; numerous nieces, nephews and a host of friends. Funersl services were Tuesday, April 13, at Mission Park Funeral Chapels South with burial at San Jose Burial Park. Mission Park, San Antonio Allen Ray Tschoepe Allen Ray Tschoepe of Seguin passed away Thursday, April 17, 1997, at the age of 60 years. He is survived by wife of 40 years, Barbara Tschoepe of Seguin; daughter Tina Van Booven and husband Steve of Seguin; sdns Stephen and Dougals, both of Seguin; grandchildren Ashley, Tyler and Logan Van Booven of Seguin; father Bernard Twchoepe and wife Vendee of New Braunfels; sister Janet England and husband Charles of Seguin; mother-in-law Mildred Blay of Seguin; half-brother Russell Tschoepe of New Braunfels and half-sister Debbie Tschoepe of New Braunfels. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Saturday, April 19, 1997, at Goetz Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Stanley Sultemeier officiating. Interment will be in the San Geronimo Cemetery under the direction of Goetz Funeral Home. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. Friday, April 18, 1997, at Goetz Funeral Home. Goetz Funeral Home, Seguin Michael Fresrie Funeral arrangements are complete at Zoeller Funeral Home for Michael Fressie, who passed away in Indianapolis, Ind., on April 15, 1997, at the age of 94 years. Visitation will begin at 5 p.m. Friday with a rosary to be recited in the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel at 7 p.m. A mass of celebration will be conducted at IO a.m. Saturday, April 19, 1997, at the Sts, Peter and Paul Catholic Church Mfh Interment to follow in the Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. her loving husband, Alan K. Sheldon of Cibolo, Texas; one son, Alan K. Sheldon Jr. and wife Gwen; mother Lorena Drury; four sisters, Louise Werner, Josephine Gertenbach, Florence Steele and Cordelia Richardson and one brother, James Drury. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, April 18, 1997, at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. The family has requested that memorial contributions be made to the American Cancer Society or to Hospice New Braunfels. r* &4EN6ERH4LLE Friday Ajkdox, Shuffleboard, & pool saturday Private Party EVERY SUNDAY “BRET GRAHAM” Country-No Cover COOK-OUT 625-HALL 286 Saengerhalle Rd., N.B. Spring Allergies Do you COUGH with your SPRING ALLERGIES? You may be eligible to participate in a research study using an investigational medication. Ages 12 & above needed. POLLENS ALERT! 1 lull Xlkl\'\ S k 11 I ll-slllO I KOA I .lh U ^ 1111 • I M I \ Mt. I,iii \| I» 'IIH, ii Illy OI XI I IIM) PA I ll NI S I* XII) I I' I () SI 20' Central Texas Health Research New Braunfels, TX 629-9036 / METRO: 609-0900 IESHA W. JONAS Candidate For School Board Trustee District 5, Comal Independent School District 1*1 rn* s£ Served CISD 1968-1983 * New Braunfels Police Department -Officer, 1972-1978 Constable, Pct. #3,1981-1984 u Lifelong resident, Comal County if, A proven civic and community leader if A proven businessman * Above all, a devoted family man Lester W. Jonas is husband to Dannette Tucker-Jonas and father to three daughters: Kasey K. Tucker, age 21, M. Joanna Tucker, age 18, and Whitney R. Jonas, age 6. Just as he is dedicated to working and caring for his own family, Lester will provide capable and caring leadership for your children, the children of Comal I.S.D. YOUR VOICE IS YOUR VOTE!” Paid lor by the Committee to Elect Leeter W. dona*, District 5 School Board Truetee, Cornel County Talk jLsfvn zr FUNERAL HOME Elrine Fischer Funeral arrangments are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Elrine Fischer, who passed away at her residence in Guadalupe County on Thursday, April 17, 1997, at the age of 89 years. 'Ml jLsfun •3rd generation of 6t/fdtp Sovlcs FUNERAL HOME Edmund Schievelbein Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Edmund Schievelbein, who passed away Friday, April 18, 1997, at the Colonial Manor Care Center at the age of 87 years. jLSFUN 'cr -Jrd Qtntrthor el Family Sendee’ FUNERAL HOME Katherine Sheldon Funeral arrangments are complete at Zoeller Funeral Home for Katherine Sheldon, who passed away in New Braunfels April 16, 1997, at the age of 66 years. Survivors include lf    Icbm’ Oldest Dsmcs lls! _ Friday, April 18 Marcia Ball   — ■ ■ Saturday Night April 19 Chrl* Wall Sunday, April 20 Bill & Bonnie Hearne Advance Ticket Information: Little Feat April 24 BR5-49    May 9 Asleep at Ute Wheel May IO For Information Cull 606-12HI (.ll I KOOKS AV All AKI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 IU 35 and Walnut Ave. Hmm good 4/18 tim 4/24 TurThufi Anaconda    agr*    is PG-13    MW*    5:007:15 _LIS Liar Lim TusThurs 5:15-7:20 PC-13 I Ffi Mon 1:15 315-5:151 7 20-920 The Saint VII Val gillnet PG -13 I Tuejhyri frijjgn 4 35 7 00 12 45 4 35 9 30    7    OO    9    30, WASHINGTON (AP) — Three years into the North American Free Trade Agreement, U.S. farmers and agribusiness are exporting record levels of goods to Mexico and Canada, a top Agriculture Department official told Congress on Thursday. While it’s too soon to grade the pact’s overall impact on agriculture, said the head of USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service, the early indicators have been promising. That said, department officials and lawmakers noted that sticking points remain between the three trading partners — among them Canada’s 300 percent tariffs on U.S. dairy and poultry products and Mexican delays in processing U.S. grains and livestock. And, remaining agricultural tariffs won’t be fully phased out until 2008. “If we measure progress by the issues still on the table, we have a long way to go under NAFTA,” Foreign Agricultural Service chief August Schumacher Jr. told the House general farm commodities subcommittee. “But if we measure progress by the issues that are resolved, by the growth in access, growth in sales, particularly growth in the market share ... by these measures NAFTA is broadly working.” NB New Braunfels ME Minor Emergency Open ‘til 9 p.m. and Saturdays! Hours: Monday-Friday 10a.m. to 9p.m. Saturday 10a.m. to 5 609-3413    226    N.    Union FUNERAL HOME Texas House OKs second mortgage AUSTIN (AP) — Texans could take out a second mortgage on their homes for almost anything they want under a proposal OK’d by the House Financial Institutions Committee. A similar measure already has passed the Senate. “For the first time in the history of Texas we will have the same rights as other Americans to use our own property as we see fit for financial planning,” said Rep. Debra Danburg. ilatoartanMIasc ftegtaurant aith pi cr gar ten Authentic German and American Food A Atmosphere *Entertainment for the Whole Family" April Specials Friday Evening 5p.m. - 8 p.m. A Sunday 12 noon -2 p.m. ROAST HLIT DINN L K S5.95 -OR-Take Outs Welcomed 625-0815 SMOKED SAUSA! JE RINNE It ST). 95 <, ■ I..in pi I..i. ■ I ' III! kl III! Ii, I ( .1,1 I. , Ii ,11- \ I), --rf, l>ll Kl.AIM IIN LM KIM MNM HNI Sot. 12th. Seven Dutchmen Orchestra (7:30 -11:30)    , Sun. 13th. 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