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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 24, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Meraia-z.eituny u vtpui loouay, ny»■■Personals ■ New Braunfels Christian Academy won three out of four gold medals at the recently held Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Regional Science Fair in San Antonio. Eight winners from the local science fair competed with area schools in Life Science and Physical Science categories. Julie Sones won with her exhibit, “The Reaction of Tooth Enamel to Different Substances;” Jeff Lutz won with Battle of the Batteries;” and Ben Engel was a winner with his exhibit, “Pollution of Wetlands.” ■ Two New Braunfels residents are members of the 1995-96 Concert Band at Texas Lutheran College. The students are Christopher D. Gold, a junior business administration major and Steven T. Fox, a freshman biology major at Texas Lutheran. The 53-member band, including stu-; dents from seven states, is directed by I Douglas Bakenhus, assistant profes-! sor of music at Texas Lutheran. ! The band recently completed an instate spring tour which concluded with a home conceit at the college’s Jackson Auditorium. The band plays an extended tour through the southeastern United States in spring 1997. ■ Virginia Beckett O’Gorman was honored during the New Orleans Mardi Gras as one of the six maids of the Krewe of Endymion, the largest parading organization of Mardi Gras. On Saturday night before Fat Tuesday, theLooking Back Comal County Historical Commission Sophienburg Museum and Archives Rosemarie Leissrier Gregory' Special to the Herald-Zeitung 125 years ago (1871) Translator: and Ethel Saur The water crossing (ford) on the tope River at New Braunfels is Mice again passable without danger for carriages and riders. Otto Simon, Heinrich Seekatz, Julius lalm, and C. Wenzel left with the lustin mailman to visit different places the United States to broaden their siness scope. At die meeting of the New Braunfels tics Society the policies and louies of the new Fire Brigade were ^proposed and accepted. Different jobs i .were designated and a list was made of [•needed equipment. Ferdinand Lind-heimer and Hermann Seele were select-j ed as officers of the New Brigade. LottieN"Millef° Adolph Heme, Max Eikel, Emil Fischer, and Adolf Schneider will attend a school at Poughkeepsie, ’ York, to further improve their skills in managing their business-The young men wit leave on Friday. The school picnic will take place on May 3 at Landa Park The Texas Rifle Club met April 18-19 at Green Valley. As early as Friday some of the out of town rifle men arrived, and on Saturday more came from near and far and settled down on the festival grounds. Saturday morning began the pot shooting contests, which lasted until sundown, ^rize shooting also took place on Saturday. Refreshments were served in die shade of trees on the grounds to families and friends of the shooting participants. ‘ The improvement of streets in New Braunfels is making good progress under die supervision of Carl Roeper, Councilman. 75 years ago (1921): Aliene Krueger £eales During the month of April our community has something to look forward o, which not many towns of our size lave the privilege to enjoy, a Chau-auqua week.....The program this year is an exceptionally good one, and all sommittees are already busily at work lo make it a success... As can be seen in he advertisements, season tickets will yt sold for $2.72, which admits the Krewe staged its annual parade through the streets of New Orleans with a theme of “The Master Story Tellers.” The Krewe ended its parade with an extravaganza party at the Superdome, where it was entertained by a series of music entertainers, including Donna Summer and “Kool and the Gang.” The parade was led by the Krewe’s honored guests, Jonathon Silverman, star of “The Single Guy,” and Daphnie Zuniga, star of “Melrose Place.” In the tradition of the Krewe of Endymion, each Maid was beautifully costumed with an elaborate headdress to carry out the theme of the parade. Miss O’Gorman portrayed the character, “Scheherazade” from Antoine Gal-lard’s legendary “Arabian Nights.” Miss O’Gorman is a student at Randolph Macon Women’s College. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith O’Gorman of San Antonio and the granddaughter of Mrs. Virginia Law, also of San Antonio, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy O’Gorman of New Braunfels. ■ The Becker CPA Review Course is proud to announce that the following New Braunfels students passed the Nov. 1995 CPA examination, whose results were recently released: James L. Callahan, Victoria Ann Schamaun and Heather Jeanette Murphy. The National CPA Examination is a two-day exam administered every May and November by the State Board of Accountancy. More than 70,000 can tk. SPECIALITY BOUTIQUE Brian Smith, flanked by Boy Scout Troop 163, Joyce Kolodzie and Dolores Schumann, Guada Coma Garden Club Arboretum Co-chairmen. didates sat for the last exam; generally only about 20 percent of those taking the exam pass. ■ Brian Smith, member of Boy Scout Troop 163 and son of Bill and Claire Smith, has his sights on the Eagle Scout Award. The Troop is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council #4183. While Smith was a sophomore at Canyon High School in 1994, he inquired at the Parks and Recreation office whether the department needed someone to do a project which would qualify for the Eagle Scout Award. David Whatley, the parks director at that time, directed him to Dolores Schumann, Guada Coma Garden Club Arboretum co-chairman, who was writ ing a brochure and growing guide for the Landa Park Arboretum. Schumann was looking for someone to do the word processing. The garden club’s budget for the new brochure did not contain money to have it done professionally. When Smith contacted Schumann, she said she really did not know what to think. Here was this young man, who could not drive a car, volunteering his time and his scout troop to do the work. The brochure was a $13,500 project and the visions of the brochure were likened to a printed book. Schumann showed Smith the format she wanted and gave him a tree text and Smith went home. The next day, Smith returned with a perfect format. Schumann knew she had the right Coleman Associates congratulate the following employees for 135 dedicated years of combined perfect attendance: Shawn Benbrook, Jim Boenlg, Tom Brace, Joe Brewer, Barry Brittain, T.C. Bryant, Jesse Caballero, Cesar Cantu, Manton Cantu Sr., Tito Cantu, Daniel Castano, Mary Castano, Raymond Castillo, Russell Cobb, Aeric CogdiU, Tucker Cuellar, Keith Delchman, Steve Derrick, Roes Espinosa, Chester Freeman Jr., Gilbert Garza, Howard Gleslck, Ramiro Gomez, Ted Haueesler, Steve Haxton, Ton! Hernandez, Chris Johnson, Ken Jonee, Chuck Klusmeyer, Mark Kneese, Ron Lange, Lanare! Lehmann, Kart Magana, Robert Martinez, Ann Medina, Mike Plckslman, Joe Reeves, Tom Richardson, Craig Schulle, Rosetta Scrutchin, Henry Silva, Dove Simon, Rick Skruhak, Rusty Smith, Penny Solis, Ken Speck, Dora Tovar, Jerry Techoepe, Carol Voges, Ray Wehmeyer, James Wledenfeid, Dennis Wolldng, and Karen Young. holder to every entertainment. Figuring the cost of the single admission tickets to all entertainments the amount vould run up to over $8.00....There are a few men and women in this town who have worked hard every year to get Chautauqua here, without any reward whatever for their work but the satisfaction thatthey are helping the community by bringing talent here, that only people in big cities have an opportunity to hear and see...A certain sum has to be guaranteed to bring Chautauqua to our town which the subscribers have to bring up by selling tickets, or they have to pay a deficit, and we can help to easily get this sum together by buying season tickets from the committee, as every cent taken in at the gates goes to the Chautauqua people besides the guaranteed sum, so let us all get behind the committee and buy our season tickets from them, or this may be our last Chautauqua. The fine grapefruit served every awrmngantiK breakfast tables at the Plaza Hotel is grown in Texas. In fact everything one needs to eat or wear can be grown in this grand old state of ours. Landa Park will again be opened to die public next Sunday, this announcement will bring joy to the hearts of thousands who visit us every year and will be here again in even greater numbers. It is to be regretted that a place to house them - a hotel of not less than one hundred rooms - could not have been erected before the season opened, but come on, everybody, and you can have the best the town affords, which, as it is, is above the average. 50 years ago (1946): Betty Pfeuffer Triesch Chief Baldwin Parker, son of the famous Quanah Parker, and his tribe of Comanche Indians from Cache, Oklahoma, will be in New Braunfels for the Centennial Celebration, May IO, 11 and 12, it was announced this week by the Centennial Committee....The tribe will arrive here about May 9, and will pitch camp in Landa Park where they will live in teepees in regular Indian fashion....Arrangements for their appearance here were completed last week and it is interesting to note that they have asked that a real good beef be furnished them as the Indians still like their raw beef....The Comanche will appear on programs here and participate the great Centennial parade on May 12 in full regalia. During their appearances and performance they will wear buckskin shirts and legging, buckskin dresses, beaded moccasins, fine feathered war dancing costumes, colored blankets, etc. Featuring their performance will be the Comanche War Dance and other tribal rites. Their program includes a speech on the life of Cynthia Ann Parker, the white girl who was captured and reared by the Indians, and her famous son, Quanah Parker. Indian sign talk a demonstration of weaving and arrow making, singing of Indian songs and portrayal of various war dances....With the tribe will be Cynthia Ann Parker, descendant and namesake of one of the most romantic figures in Indian History. The story of the white girl who was captured by the Comanches and returned to marry into the tribe after a thrilling rescue, is well know. The little girl who now bears her name is a great grand daughter of the original Cynthia Ann....Cynthia Ann Parker the first was a Texan and was captured by the Indians in what is now Limestone County, in 1836, Texas Independence year, and was taken from the tribe in 1860. She died in 1864 in Anderson County, Texas where she was buried. E.P. Nowotny, prominent young local business man and civic leader, was named Post Commander of Comal Post 179, the American Legion, at the annual election of officers held at Echo Hall Wednesday night in what turned out to be nearly a clean sweep ticket for World War ll veterans....Nowotny is a past president and Deputy District Governor of the Lions Club, past president of the Lions Club, past president of the local Jaycees, Past Master of New Braunfels Lodge A.F. A. M, and has been prominently identified with the civic and commercial life of the city most of his life. He entered the service in 1942 and was returned to inactive duty late in 1945....Other officers named are Mark Fuchs, vice-commander, Jon Eikel, adjutant, Albert Hoffmann, service officer, E.H. West, chaplain. Frank De Pasqual was named to a seven year term on the Legion Home Board of Trustees. The Executive Board includes Henry Specht, Julius Schwandt, Melvin Rust, Willard Hill retiring nost commander. Ed. et, twUJUlc tenty tntety Tb&flhMoad TftotAe*'* ^ • Sunday,    J2 Smith and Otto Schulz....The new officers will be installed at the May I meeting of the post. Dallas, Texas In line with its policy of “home” directorship for the Katy Railroad and its subsidiaries. A. Lieb-scher, president Dittlinger Mills, New Braunfels was named to the Board of Directors of the Missouri Kansas, Texas Railroad Company of Texas at a meeting of stockholders here today. R.J. Morfa, chairman of the board of the parent Katy was elected chairman of the Texas Company board. Austin, Texas...Six hundred and forty-two students in the College of Arts and Science at the University of Texas made the honor roll for the winter semester, Dean H.T. Parlin announced this week...ln the construction of this list account was taken both of the quantity and of the quality of work accomplished by the student as shown by reports of the instructor. The students are divided into flyft^oups. with Summa Cum Laude ranking first, the other sections in order are Cum Laude Ampla et Magna, Magna Cum Laude, Ampla Cum Laude and Cum Laude. Included from New Braunfels arc Summa Cum Laude, Frederick person for die job and her earlier doubt that he could do it was eliminated. Smith recruited 13 of his troop members to help him to do the word processing. The scouts contributed 59.12 hours at a price of $5 an hour, which made a nice contribution of $296 toward the project. The brochure was completed in 1995. Schumann and Joyce Kolodzie, cochairmen of the Arboretum Committee, presented each scout a brochure and praised them for the excellent work at a recent scout meeting. Beaty; Cum Laude Ampla et Magna, Marian Schumann; Ampla Cum Laude, Frederick Frueholz, Jr. 25 years ago (1971) Myra Lee Adams Goff The New Braunfels Junior High school eighth grade Colts took first place in the La Grange track meet...Two school records were broken during the meet, with Jaime Hernandez putting all four of his shot put throws past the old mark. Hernandez raised the record to 48’ I 1/2”....Hector Aguirre broke the second record of the day, when he shaved six tenths of a second off the old 66O0yard run, setting the new mark at 1:33.0. The old time had been set in 1966....The pole vault, for the third week in a row, surprised Coach Bob Pacharzina. Billy Arnold cleared 9’ 6" to place second. Last week Jerry Schmid took one of die top spots in the event, while the week before it was Brian Goebel...”! have no idea who is going to do what from week to week.” Pacharzina said. “I am very pleased that it is getting done. ’Terry Cross is coming along real well in his pole vaulting, and he will be pressing for a place on the district Leader Elroy Friesenhahn said he was impressed with die brochure and the work the scouts did. His vision of an Eagle Scout Award will be his reward of a project which will help thousands of people to learn about the 57 trees in a 72-page brochure for the Landa Park Arboretum. It is die “Harry Landa Self-Guiding Tree Trail and Growing Guide.” Smith was recognized by the New Braunfels City Council and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board for his leadership. team.” Pacharzina said. “At the first of the year we had no one that could clear 7' 6” and now we have for vaulters at 9’ and two others who are over 8”....Included in the trackmen placing in the La Grange meet were: Shot put: Jamine Hernandez, first Charles Gillis, third Discus: Charles Gillis, Discus: Charles Gillis, third High jump: Mark Mendez, third Steve Schwarz, fourth Pole vault: Billy Arnold, second 440-yard relay team, second: Jerry Schmid, Larry Ball, Billy Arnold, Mark Mendez, 660-yard dash: Hector Aguirre, first Rudy Flores, third Mike McCartney, fifth 60-yard high hurdles: Mark Mendez, third 100-yard dash: Larry ball, fifth 440-yard dash: Robert Jennings, fifth 100-yard low hurdles: Billy Arnold, fifth 1320 relay team, third: Jerry Schmid, Robert Gooden, Jim Ayala, Billy Arnold. The engagement of Miss Dianna Faye Erben to Gerald Lee Kramer, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kramer, is announced by Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland W. Erben of Saltier...The couple is planning a late summer wedding in First Protestant United Church of Christ in New Braunfels. LORA customers conserved enough electricity through LORA programs in 18 months to power Fredericksburg and Giddings for a year. MAKI A MUMiNCI River Rend Ballroom & Lounge Bathos* Mob app Mxintabfcj 230 jCoiuqe Mob ^wdwabty 58 Catt Belk Im debib al    *» 625-1755 or 606-7391 qfrmt Experience TIS TOE SEASON Open ell year Shop <¥CyiJg downtown ^Irat 266 ET* 8*n Antonio St.The Deals are Better at Becker1993 Dodge Grand Caravan SE V6, Dual A/C. AM/FM Radio, Tilt, Cruise, 7 Passenger, P/Windows, P/Locks Miles 1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE V6, Sunscreen, 7 Passenger. A/C, P/Windows, P/Locks, Tib. Cruise Blue 68,000 Miles 1991 Ford F250 XL Super Cab V8, A/C, Till, Cruise. 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