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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 2, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Looking Back Comal County Historical Commission Sophienburg Museum and Archives Rosemarie Leissner Gregory Special to the Heraltf-Zeitung 125 years ago (1870) Translators: Carl and Ethel Saur Louis Klappenbach has taken a position with the General Land Office. Vorwaerts, a local paper, meets with hard times. The editor and typesetters have not been paid for several months. Joseph Landa, if he can find a partner, will build a cotton gin here soon. The local Maennergesangverein (Men’s Singing Club) celebrated the first anniversary of its founding. In the near future this group, together with the local brass band, will give a concert for the benefit of the hurricane victims. IOO years ago (1895) Translator: Lottie Nebergall Miller Lenzen’s Hall will be heated for all theater presentations. During the night between Sunday and Monday, a strong thunderstorm blew in from the north, and, 8.5 inches of rain fell. So, it can still rain in Texas A bundle containing an overcoat, pants, and shirt was lost on the way from Anhalt to New Braunfels. Whoever finds it is asked to notify either Mr. Chr. Hofheinz in Anhalt or the Zeitung office. Any photograph will be enlarged without charge if you make your purchases at O.H. Deutsch The stork made several secret visits in the last few days and blessed the following families: Wm. Hoeke with a boy,Fritz Hoffmann also with a boy, and Teacher Welch with a girl. 75 years ago (1920) Translator: Dr. Frederick Frueholz, Jr. Cook’s Cough Mixture (is different than other cough medicines). One uses it for La Grippe and dry, hacking coughs. Price 60 cents plus war tax. H.V. Schumann, Druggist, New Braunfels, Texas Offer to buy 2 or 3 Jersey cows, fresh in milk. Price must be reasonable. Write or telephone to C.F. Urban, Plaza Hotel (Telephone 372) Attention, Taxpayer! I will be in my office in the courthouse the entire month of January to accept the assessment for the current year. Respectfully, Alf. R. Rothe, County Assessor. One of my pigs disappeared on Sunday, 28 December. It has an ear marker and weighs about 250 to 300 pounds. The one who returns it will be given a reward. Albert Socfje German Colony “Braunfels”, Coal-huila, Mexico. Until the 1st of January, 1920. some of the first series of 200 irrigated farms, which will be sold at exceptional prices, arc still available. Only 10% down, the rest within IO years at 6% interest. Two crops a year. San Carlos Land Association, 315-317-319 Prudential Building, San Antonio, Texas 50 years ago (1945) Betty Pfeuffer Triesch For the 6th consecutive year, the joint installation of the elected and appointed officers of Herman Sons Lodges in the 13th District was held on Sunday, January 7th, 1945 at Echo Hall. Approximately 300 members took part in the ceremony. Chris Her-ry, 1st Grand Vice President, conducted the installation, assisted by Mrs. Amo Link, member of Albert Kypfer Lodge No. 106, as acting Grand Vice President, and Curt Schmidt of Teutonia Lodge No. 21. August Triesch opened the meeting. Officers of the following Lodges were installed: Teutonia No. 21, Comal No. 45, Albert Kypfer No. 106, Prince Carl No. 127, Twin Sister No. 138, Schuchard No. 181, and Geblrgathal No. 140. Sheriff W. A. (Doc) Scholl has been named an honorary director of the Texas Safety council for 1945. The 2nd infantry Division In Belgium - Doors have been a lot of trouble to /Sgt. Anon G. Cobb of New Braunfels, (143 E. Commerce St). Investigating a pillbox captured by 2nd Infantry Division doughboys, he pushed open a door only to have it swing back on him. Giving it another and harder shove, it still closed on him. Suddenly he detected whispering behind it and decided to dispose of the problem with a white phosphorous grenade. He pulled the pin, dropped it into the half-open doorway among the whispering Germans and started to get out of the pillbox in a hurry. But he couldn’t find the door to get out of the place and the grenade went off while he was still inside with the Germans. He finally groped his way into the air, half-blinded by the fumes of the explosion, followed by two coughing, sneezing Germans. The Germans are now prisoners of war and Cobb is very careful about doors where he goes. 25 years ago (1970) Myra Lee Adams Goff FROM GERMANY- The Rev. Klaus Ritzkopf, 36 an Evangelical minster from Frankfurt, has arrived here for a year of study and visiting. The bachelor minister was pastor of a suburban church six years. He will take two courses at Trinity and be the house guest of the Rev. and Mrs. Richard Kuretsch for the first two months....He arranged the study-trip himself through the United Church of Christ and hopes to visit other ministers. T-BAR-M-About $2,000,000 in new construction is under way at T-Bar-M Tennis and Guest Ranch and they are opening a new club in Dallas as well. Making the trip to McAllen Feb. 13-14 for the Chamber of Commerce to inspect tourist clubs operation will be Bob Henry, chairman and Camp Landa owner; Clarence Kirk, retired major and C of C military bason; Raymond Bartram, attorney and a Camp War-necke owner; R. V. Derrick, city manager; and Tom Purdum, C of C exec, secretary. Mrs. Kenneth McCracken, Mrs. Frank Higgins, Mrs. E. Ogden Eikel, and Mrs. Olivia Waterbury entertained with a luncheon and pottery shower at Scrivener’s Tea Room in San Antonio Saturday, January 24, honoring Miss Sue Robbins, bride-elect of LTJG. Mike Norris. The board of directors of the Eden Home for the Aged was host for the annual employee appreciation dinner Monday night, January 26, at the New Braunfels Junior High Cafeteria....Members of the board are the Rev. Bruno Schroeder of Burton, Rev. William C. Royster, Mrs. Leon Eberhardt, Harrison Preston, Rev. Frank Horak of Clifton, B.E. Schulze of Corpus Christi, Rev. C.J. Freuden-berg and E.A. Stautzenberger of Seguin, and F.J. Aragon of Cypress, Bruce Woodward, president of the board, was not present. Ex-officio members are the Rev. Carl Burkle of Austin, Rev. Richard Kuretsch, Kenneth Triesch, and Bernhard Harst. Murray Ferguson was elected president of the Comal County Fair Association last Wednesday following the annual stockholder’s meeting of that organization....Named first vice-president is Col. J.L. “Jumbo” Evans. Reelected secretary/treasurer was Martin Dean Jr...Re-elected to three-year terms as directors were: Dr. L.G. Lehman, Clinton Ludwig, Eugene Moeller, Claude Scruggs, Kenneth Fiedler, Glyn Goff, Ferguson, and Dean. The statewide competition to name the Texas Junior Miss will begin Sunday afternoon when the 29 contestants arrive for registration at Gourmet Inn. New Braunfels Jaycees, sponsor the annual event. Experienced Restaurant Manager Join our rapidly growing company. Call 1-800-880-3996 For Application or FAX Resume 1-210-833-5208 SOE Archives Anonymous Barnes SSart ayy JIC. 20 Practice of Family Medicine 11 years experience Accepting New Patients Participating provider for BC/BS Par Plan, McKenna Health Plan, and Medicare. Staff Privileges at McKenna Hospital Phone 620-0956 4S7 Land*, New Braunfels, Tx J) Eagles Hall - New Braunfels BINGO -Thurs. - 7pm V*. Saturday, February 18th    * featuring Midnight Flyers 8:30 -12:30 Call for Reservations: 625-7243 or 625-1116 sr limo a. yr Weddings. Anntvtnants and Reunions us-Tao IT’S YOURMONEY! AA-95-144 By JANE JACKSON JOHN MOLER, photographer Special to the Heraid-Zeitung If we could express our feelings of sadness when we find unidentified photographs as appealing as this week's Sweetheart Reflections, AA-95-144. We find that this is one of those wonderful photos done by Seidel Studio back in May of I960. She is such a beautiful little girl. Please help us to give her a name. AA-95-145 is of the New Braunfels High School Unicorn Dance Band from April of 1960. Can’t you just 'compose' your own memories of those sixties' sounds that must have come from the instruments played by these very talented musicians. Give us your input... and don't wait for someone else to call. We were informed that some of our readers do not want their names mentioned in the paper. This is just our way of saying 'thank you.' However, we will oblige ... just request that we don't mention you. Your knowledge is invaluable to us, and we would not want to scare you oft Our Centennial Float 1946 figures, (AA-95-142), still need names. Keep reading, keep remembering, keep calling 629-1900. You are missing a wonderul experience if you don't pay a visit to the Sophienburg Museum, 401 W. Coll, and the Sophienburg Archives, 200 N. Seguin. lid U.S. GOVE RN MF NT IKf AA-95-143 Declaring cats can be called for VJWJ m MSD JljlkL A 3T XI B Si SI e NJ Mi W A NS Mi SU ft Si M Vs? SS SI B ‘ Ie nj m » im, si st) R rn. sn*! asfast-ii •Mi VI    W    Nj    Mi iii St*. 4 SattlBf (210) 964-3579 New Braunfels (210) 625-3810 Is it really okay to declaw a cat? There are several good reasons for having your cat’s front claws removed and ruined sofas is one of them It’s easy to find a more serious debate as to whether rear claws should be removed, but if it’s done, make sure your cat is never left unprotected outdoors. As far as front claws are concerned, many cat owners have learned the hard way that housecoats sharpen their claws on upholstered furniture and drapes as they mark their territories. Removal of front claws also helps avoid scratches for members of the family, particularly children. Just remember that a cat’s real defenses are its teeth and rear claws. When a cat is really threatened, it grabs its enemy with its teeth uiid uses its back claws to rake over the enemy. Also, it’s interesting to note that a cat can climb almost as well without its front claws as it can with them. Contact your veterinarian to get further information on declawing your cat. (This article provided by the Comal County Veterinary Association ) NC* NT?** V<*S S't ► I ;