New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 18, 1997, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 10A □ Herald-Zeitung g Thursday, September 18,1997Archives Anonymous Club Notes / For the latest listings in... Real Estate see the Herald-Zeitung Classifieds on Friday and Sunday Recently Moved? Getting Married? New Baby? Give us a callJ □.COME It’s a crime the way some people risk their lives. Mi Pedertuues (kW Electric Cooperative, Inc SAFETY • Smoked Brisket j.RibPyje steaks • Com on the Cob • Baked Potato • Country Fried Potatoes • Baked Sweet Potato • Beef Ribs Tampering with your electric meter is very risky, and the result is often a serious injury or even death, lf that isn’t enough to deter you, consider this fact: stealing electricity is against the law. So if you tamper with your meter for ‘free’ electricity, you could go to jail... or worse. Remember, your electric service should never be a case of your money or your life. Carved Prime Rib Fried Okra Medium Broiled Sirloin Baked Beans Steamed Squash ... and a lot more $11.49 Deep Fried Catfish Peel & Eat Shrimp Fresh Baked Whitefish Breaded Shrimp Stuffed Crab Seafood Pasta Sauteed Scallops Snap & Eat Crab • Frog Legs • Crawfish • Com on the Cob • Beer Battered Rings • Cajun Rice • Shrimp Cocktail ... and a lot more $10.95 DRT The first meeting of 1997-98 year of the Ferdinand Lindheimer Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas was called to order by President Delitha Guenzel at 9:30 a m. Sept. 13 at the Forke Store. Goldie Nowotny gave the invocation. The 1997-99 yearbook, including a list of all members, and new membership cards, were passed out Hostesses for the meeting were chairwoman Mary Reimshiesel, Charlsie Moore, Joyce Haddon, Pat Jackson, Stephanie Anderson, Dons Acker, Jane Brummet. Marilyn Hatchett, Beverlyn Voges, Linda Dietert, Marie Louise Holm, Linda Long, Cynthia Holm Stevens, Anne Carroll, Mary Elizabeth Barker. Sadie Barker, Martha Batchelor and Billie Jo Miller. Fifty-six members were present Rosemarie Gregory introduced members who brought items for “Ancestral Show and Tell.” Edity White, Jean Manus, Mary Ann Anderson, Jan Baertli, Linda Barron, Eleanor Caldeway, Ann Collins. Jeanette Felger, Margo Green. Virginia Hansard, Antonette Malstead, Marydean Mot/, Laverne Pearce, Charlie Moore. Lucille Fischbeck and Judy W'agnon participated. Various items that dated back to the 1800s were shown. At present there are 137 members. Five new members were accepted into the chapter. They were Linda Gaye Terry Bertelsen, Linda Nell Hall Cain, Malone Sheffield Hall Chamberlain, Cynthia Werstcrfer and Jessie McFall Sawyer. Associated members were Margaret Clark and Jackie Wersterfer. Awards were presented to Guenzel, Gregory, White and Barker by Ann Collins from Past President General Mary Katherine Briggs for their state committee work. Members voted on the following prospective members: Victoria Ann Hale Pate, Bebe Leigh Wittig, Christi Leigh Wittig, Lois Newton, Ashley Dean Newton, Pearl Weidner Rahe, Dorothy Maese and Heather Bree her Money is still needed to complete the Texas Pioneer W omen’s statue. The next meeting will be Oct. 11 at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. It will be a $10 catered luncheon. Mail checks to Vemelle Martinez. — Lucille Fischbeck Rip Griffin Travel Center IH35 North @ Conrads Road New Braunfels • (830) 608-9352 By MICHELE OATMAN and JOHN MOLER, photo atHor Special to the Herald-Zeitung We found two unusual photos to be identified this week. (AA-97-067) is a group of men posing behind a stack of tires. Who are they? Why are they standing behind all of those tires? It looks so official! The second picture we chose for this week is a great advertisement photo. This ad is for a beer company, Falstaff. Being that this is a Seidel Studio photo, we thought maybe the ‘"models” in this ad were local men, maybe who worked at the brewery. Help us give some additional information to a photo that needs more to it than just — ‘‘Beer advertisement.” The 1964 Canyon High School group, (AA-97-065), must have had all the students from 1964 move away from our area. We did not have one person ID’ed! Look closely and see if any of these people can be recognized and contacted to help us get their names. The “Eagles” in 1979, (AA-97-066), was fully identified. Fogie No. I on the left is William Willard. Eagle No. 2 on the right is Carl Wayne Donop. We thank Margaret Brazle, Colleen Willard and Carleton Donop for making sure these names will be attached to this picture from now ore The Sophienburg Museum and Archives would like to welcome a new member to our staff Becky Lombardo has joined our happy crew. Becky will be working in our research room, helping patrons with research needs, genealogy, using our newspaper microfilm, our computer indexes, the Internet and much more. Please come by, welcome her and let her or any of our wonderful volunteers help you with any queries that you may have about New Braunfels, Comal County or German immigration. As always, KEEP READING ... KEEP REMEMBERING... KEEP CALLING ... 629-1900 or come by! i    linerriL * aelduob ( *• * • i> •»«    *»*.-• * [tit__i_ ..._____,    i    y    | AA-97-067 AA-97-066 Don't Forget... ..our famous 38 Item Salad Bar with our fresh Homemade Soups, our Bread Bar, and don’t forget about the Potato Bar with lots of fixin's for you to choose from! AA-97-065 ;

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