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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 18, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 6A Q Herald-Zeitung p Wednesday, December 18, 1996Looking Back By ROSEMARIE LEISSNER GREGORY Special to the Herald-Zeitung 125 years ago (1871) Translators: Carl and Ethel Saur Members of the Gymnastic Society New Braunfels are to assemble for a meeting on Monday, at Petri’s Hall. F. Hampe, secretary Ch. Bender announces an auction of his farm in 5, IO, and 20-acre lots on January 2, 1872, IO a.m. at the Courthouse. Plot of the tracts can be seen at the Guadalupe Hotel with J.J. Gross. A 150-acre tract on the Cibolo, 18 miles from New Braunfels is for sale with gin house and cotton press. Inquire at Rudolph Heilman’s Store on the Cibolo. I OO years ago (1896) Translator: Lottie Nebergall Miller On Saturday night fifty bicycle riders, women, men, and children, took part in a torch-light parade which was sponsored by the bicycle club. The bicycles, decorated with lanterns formed a long line and soon followed their leader in making crisscross turns as they rode down the street. From a distance the parade looked like a swarm of lightening bugs. All who watched it were entranced by it. Heilig Hotel, across from the passenger depot, is on the European plan with an excellent kitchen, nice rooms, and a large area to display traveling salesmen’s samples to the local merchants. It also has the best in drinks and cigars. The voluntary donations to the organ fund collected at the German Protestant Church concert amounted to $97.10. Donations since then include the ones from Mrs. Theresa Meckel 20 cents, Mrs. Martha Mueller 20 cents, and Marie Shobille 25 cents. A list of these and further donation** swung on the stage of the high school auditorium last week a gift of the Childs Welfare Club. Nothing handsomer could have been designed. Curt Ruederick has bought one of the new Hupmobiles from the Doeppenschmidt Auto Service. Andreas Braune has a new five room cottage and Aug. Dreibrodt a seven room cottage under contract in Comaltown. SER VICE....That Serves and Saves....Announcing a Service Innovation for Dodge Brothers Car Owners....Davis Motor Sales Co. “The House Behind the Car” Where Service is Paramount and Profit a Consequence. 50 years ago (1946): Betty Pfeuffer Triesch Wm. Dierks, Comal County rancher emerged the victor after a bout with Lee G. Carleton, San Antonio printer and Comal land owner, in the District Court Friday after a jury brought in a verdit forcing Carleton to keep gates on a road across his ranch used by Dierks unlocked. Carleton will appeal to the Third Civil Appeals, in Austin attorney H. A. Triesch asserted afternoon. In the suit Dierks charged that Carleton’s locking gates through the Carleton ranch denied his right of way causing an unreasonable inconvenience. A meeting and prayer service for local Episcopalians has been announced for Sunday at 5:00 p.m. in the First Protestant Church at which time a discussion on the establishment of an Episcopalian mission in New Braunfels will be held Bishop Everett Jones of San Antonio, and the Rev. Hugh Palmer, Seguin, will be present...Members and friends of the church have been Mrs. Roye employed city policeman, began work Monday morning following the City Council, approval of his bond, and his taking the oath of office...Luerson will be kept on duty in the downtown area of the city directing traffic and controlling parking, according to Chief of Police Elmo Arnold. Luerson will especially be used to unravel traffic at the intersection of Casten and San Antonio Streets (one of the city’s bad traffic snags) as well as watch double parking that blocks traffic, Arnold continued. Professor Victor Rase, New Braunfels High band director, has added another achievement to his record with the composing of an alma mater for N.B. High School. Both words and music were written by Rase...The alma mater was presented publicly for the first time at the final football game of this season with Seguin. The words: On, New Braunfels Hi we sing to thee of love and loyalty, Our hearts are true with love for you, And loyal we shall be. Our comradeship we’ll ne’re forget. Our joyous days of yore; The blue and white for which we fight, Shall live forever more. Friends of Vera Elizabeth Eikel will be pleased to know that they may now tune in her New York Radio show, “Broadway Talks Back,” on Monday evenings at 9:30 p.m. over Station RMAC, San Antonio...The show covers a discussion of current plays and features prominent actor and actresses. Miss Eikel, a niece of Mrs. Vera Faust and a former resident of this city is writer producer of the show. She is a graduate of New Braunfels High School and began her interest in writing as a reporter on the Herald from where she moved to radio in San Antonio and thence to New York. peofwtri blk* a' waU to see displays of Christmas suggestions shown by our merchants, who suggest it is time to make your gift purchases. 75 years ago (1921). Arkne Rruegcr Seales Camp Wamecke is certainly a busy place, getting in shape to handle the crowds of campers next season. It is located so nicely, being just within the city limits and having the beautiful Comal river running thru its bounds in two different places. At one point it adjoins the city swimming pool and at the other point another larger pool is being planned for the coming season. Mr. Wamecke says that applications for summer camps for the season have already exceeded fifty and he hopes to have enough tent camps erected on the land recently leased from Ed. Simon to accommodate those who come for short periods....The little screened houses which are being erected about the camp are painted white and green and are being beautified with trees and shrubs and thousands of banana trees thrown in for good measure. A large hall 75 x 125 has been added for use when the weather does not permit outdoor amusement, with a good dance floor and piano and a soda fountain. A garage is under construction, a Japanese pavilion about completed, some twenty summer cottages nearly completed, and hundreds of rustic chairs and benches are being placed. The enlarged camp will be divided into three sections, the first being the old camp which was so popular the past summer, and running up to the public road, then a section extending from the road to the banks of the Comal and a third section across the Comal which will be devoted to tent camps. Comal Sanitarium has recently installed the latest and largest X-Ray machine made, the New Improved Snook. The writer examined the first machine out and at that time it was almost impossible to believe that the bones in the human body could be seen by use of a mechanical instrument. The machine at the Comal Samtanum cames a voltage of 25,000 and we saw it throw a spark twelve inches long and Dr. Bergfeld states that it will do even better at times, but that was plenty as it makes a noise like a Gatling gun when only extended to that length ...The instrument with its equipment for treating cancer and other ailments heretofore believed incurable, occupies two full rooms in the sanitarium and Dr. Bergfeld took a special course which enables him to get the full results for which the machine was designed. It is also used for photographic work to ascertain interior secrets of the body and being more powerful and flexible than any machine previously made, it gives clear pictures of the most minute particle which with former machines were more or less a matter of guess work. A beautiful new drop curtain was g, wit Q*JW will play host TO MUSIC newly JrONCERfS Commencing on FLEXIBLE SPENDING USE IT OR LOSE IT! If you have money in your medical savings account, you will lose it if you don’t use it by the end of the year. Eyeglasses are a medical expense. CTS Creative Eyewear SII N W';i I lint New Braunfels 625-9770 I Tltis liofidaij MdMii, qiite a (lift fluff ie iff lie eiijcijed •    and lite (tex! day I and lite uexf . . . e ti Mitaeiiidirit Ic. lite Herald-Zeitung 625-9144 eg Enjoy the holidays in YOUR new home... HILLTOP HOMES I OO models to choose from. You’ll enjoy: NO hassle pricing Friendly salespeople Award winning service New Braunfels    Seguin 800-815-0331    800-292-1345    go SU? Sunday, December 15, the Oasis Dinner Club on the Highway will open its doors every Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock to lovers of fine music in this locality, according to proprietor James Daniels....Contact is being made, he said, with music study clubs and other musical organizations to hold recitals and concerts of classical and semiclassical music for hour-long programs, he concluded....Mrs. George Brauckmuller, president of the Music Study Club, stated that her organization intended to see that the proposed program will be a success. The officers and executive committee of Junior and Senior High School were honored with a luncheon on November 27 at the Homemaking Cottage of New Braunfels High School....The table was decorated with a beautiful arrangement of chrysanthemums. Guests were served creamed turkey, buffet style. Entertainment was rendered by Miss Betty Simon who sang several songs. Those present included last year’s President, Miss Peggy Ludwig, and this year’s officers of Senior High, Misses Patsy Carmody, Barbara Jo Francis, Grace Triesch, Jerry Haas, Rose Marie Leissner, Myrtle Backhaus, and Nelvia Rowald. Members of Jr. High present were Misses Jo Ann Ehlers, Martha Jo Baetge, Myra Lee Adams, Mitzi Nuhn, Roxolin Bose and Betty Ann Timmermann. The executive committee included Misses Imogene Henne, Janelle Williams, Jane Warwick, Caroline Stollewerk and Alice Maroney. 25 years ago (1971) Myra Lee Adams Goff Four high school students were named Teen-Ager of the Month for December in the Grand Lodge, Order of Elks. Teen-Ager recognition program sponsored by the New Braunfels Elks Lodge 2279....Selected from Canyon High School were Florence Marie Voges, a senior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Voges of Star Route 2, and Ronald Wayne Rruegcr, a senior, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rermit Rrueger of © CIRCLE C MARKETING A I nil Sci \ im Internet ( (insulting ( nmp<in\ We provide Web & graphics design, Internet advertising, computer-based training and a number of other support sendees. For more information, Call 629-1567 or Toll Fret 1-888-629-1573 Route 2, Box 394 Selected form New Braunfels High School were Deborah Doan Richardson, a senior, daughter of Maj. Gen. (ret.) and Mrs. Walter B. Richardson of 72 Guada-Coma Circle, and James Patrick McLeilan, a senior, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. McLeilan of 1010 Cross St. Leroy Friesenhahn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Friesenhahn of Route I, is a member of the 1971©72 Golden Wave Band at Baylor University....A freshman engineering major at Baylor, Friesenhahn is one of 150 members composing the marching band. Rrueger Chevrolet, Inc. is happy to announce that ALONZO SOLIZ is now associated with them as a Sales Representative. Miss Frances Alexander, author of ORPHANS OF THE GUADALUPE, was honored at a meet-the-author tea Nov. 30 in the Guadalupe River home of Mrs. Herbert Acker Jr. which was the orphanage of the early New Braunfels settlement. Great snacks I the Ladies’ Auxillary! Every Wed Night al 6 OO. Public Invited Lie. »i7404836i77 American Legion Post 179 410 W. Coll, New Braunfels _(AerOM from the library) • 625-0179 Fvery Friday Night In The Lounge - Don Maynard PAID ANNUALLY FIRST PROTESTANT CHURCH 15 YEAR BONDS ADDITIONAL TERMS AND RATES AVAILABLE CALL 609-7729 For Offering Memorandum write or call: Business Administrator, First Protestant Church - 172 W. Coll St. New Braunfels, TX 78130 210-609-7729 FAX 210-609-1661 This announcement is neither an offer to scil nor a solicitation of an offer to buy these securities. The Offering Memorandum will only be made available to Texas residents. 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