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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 10 A ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Sunday, March 5,1995 Club Notes Daughters of the American Revolution The Captain James Jack Chapter, Daughters of the Amencan Revolution, held their monthly meeting on Monday, Feb. 13, 1995. Prior to the meeting refreshments were available from a lovely decorated Valentine theme table of which our hostesses can be proud. We are very fortunate that all of our hostesses have such a knack of creativeness and always provide us with their talents, as members in our chapter A great big THANKS to past and future hostesses. The meeting was called to order by Regent Mary Colson, who opened with the DAR ritual. Shirley Flowers, Chapter Chaplain, gave the invocation to which all members responded as part of the ritual. Our new member, Wanda Perry, led us in the Pledge of Allegiance to the U.S. Flag and to the Texas Flag. The American Creed was recited by all members as well. Business as usual was earned out and Chapter Chairmen gave reports on their respective duties. The Sesquicentennial Parade was discussed and we voted on the type of entry we would have. Bonnie Tetrault is our Parade Chairman. Dit Justiss spoke about the Outreach Program and read an article from the Jan. issue of the DAR magazine, which was very enlightening. She also brought a lap quilt she had made and was donating in support of and on behalf of Capt. James Jack Chapter. DAR, to Colonial Manor Nursing Home r Mary Warren, National Defense Cjhairman read an article to us from the Reb. issue of the National Defender entitled “UN. To Rock the Cradle,” by Arnold Beichman. It states: “A United States Treaty, ‘Convention on the (fights of a Child, ’ is on its way to ratification—48 senators have signed on as sponsors—unless it is stopped dead rn its tracks ‘ “.And why should it be stopped dead in its tracks? Because if this treaty is Ratified it would give the United Nations power over parent-child rela-•onships to a degree yet unheard of it the field of human rights. It is one fling to act out of concern for the rights ff adults when oppressed by dictatorial regimes Gross vtoianons of human »ghts are easy to expose “But for the United Nan ems to move fttc a domain of the greatest sensitiv-iy. parent-child relationships, a field in Which there are huge differences of Culture, history, custom, convention, fad in or among nations and peoples, is open the door to a surge in left-iib-fral bureaucratic power over Amencan parents. Regardless of all the lofty Assurances being advanced that the JJ.N. Treaty will benefit children World-wide. Congress should reject it as an unwarranted interference with American society. "National Security Advisor Anthony We’re Meeting ! New Braunfels Hermann Sons lodge •21 will meet March 5 at 3 p.m at the lodge hall Meat will be furnished And members bnng covered dish f I The Comal County Panhellenlc inn hold its annual meeting on Sunray. March 5 at 2 pm, 410 Lakeview, New Brauntels This meeting will be in Conjunction with the Sorority Rush Infor-friation Party for College Bound Students Annual dues are now being eof {acted For information, call Peggy Mortis at 625-9638 ! The New Braunfels Optimist Club M meet Monday, March 6 at 6:30 p m. pi Moly Joe s A surprise proyam is planned ' The Comal County Junior Live-took Show Association will meet ay, March 6 at the Smithson Val-High School Ag Science Building ie Ribbon Gala Planning Meeting at fe:30 p m and general meeting at 7:30 p m. This is the last meeting before show time ti New Braunfels Firs Department ^Auxiliary business and social meet-j at Fire Station #2 on Loop 337 at 7 rn Monday, March 6 The Order of the Eastern Star iptar #771 will have its regular VFW Post 71 IO Auxiliary The VFW Post 7110 Ladies' Auxiliary ware proud to present James and Ardis Ledbetter with a 1995 Patriotic Citizen Award for flying their national flag for many years. Pictured are: Auxiliary President Janice Quant, Ardis Ledbetter, Jamas Ledbetter, and Americanism Chairman Evelyn Kneupper. Lake, who favors ratification of the U N. compact, said in a speech to the Council on Foreign Relations that there are two kinds of governments in the world, the free societies, ‘guided by openness, responsive government and moderation (and) those animated by isolation, repression and extremism.’ The ‘out there’, he said, also consists of rogue states, extreme nationalist or tnbalist regimes. Shirley Flowers introduced the program which included an 18 minute video entitled “The Foundation of Amencan Government,” narrated by David Barton The following information is on the back of the jacket “David Barton is founder of Wall Builders, an organization dedicated to the restoration and rebuilding of the values on which America is built and which in recent years have been seriously attacked and undermined. ' We have all heard so many times about the separation of church and state. I suggest those who might be interested read a copy of the Constitution. You might be >urpnsed as to what our Founding Fathers actually put in the Constitution. Rata Sigma Phi The Texas Laureate L psiloti chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi met in Marv Ann Arnold’s home tor the Februarv meeting. Evelyn Hunsberger received her ritual of Laureate degree; Carol Shorn for the Silver Circle degree. Everyone brought food tor the Food Bank. Carol Schuman reported on Founders Dav which will be lieid this year at the Civic Center on April 27 Dinner will cost Sh IM) each. Sue Jo Bearnghi has rhe program in March which will be in Genieve Tart s home Carol Sc horn won the door prize The Team ll party was held Feb 17 in the home of Buleah Dicus. The theme was the “Infernal Revenue Service.” The party started at 6:00 p.m. monthly meeting Tuesday, March 7 at 7 a.m. at the Faust Hotel where there will be a breakfast buffet in the Abbey private dxxng room. The program, Traffic and Signage in Downtown New Braunfels, will be presented by David Kopp, resident engineer at the Texas Department of T ransportation AM members and prospective members invited The Fraternal Order of Eaglet •2999 Auxiliary By-Law Committee will have the first reading. March 7, on changing the day of the meetings from Tuesdays to Mondays Second rearing, March 21st and third reading Apnl 4. New Braunfels German-American Society will meet at 7 p m Tuesday, March 7, at the Bavarian Village Restaurant, 212 W Austin St. Dr. Ted Gish, professor of German at the University of Houston will be guest speaker. New members always welcome. Door prizes wiH be awarded The Eagle Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m. Officers at 7 p m AH members urged to attend as there wil be a decussion of a change to the by laws and delegates to the state convention in Waco in June will be elected Flag presentation Seale Elementary School was presented with a national flag by VFW Post 7110 Ladles’ Auxillary. The Daughters of the Republic of Texas also presented a Texas flag for the outside flagpole and 25 classroom size Texas flags. Members from both organizations ware proud to participate In the ceremony and salute the new flags ae they were raised for the first time. and stew and cornbread were served. The members played bingo only it was called TAXES and the prizes were a can of Spam, a can of pork-n-beans and a lottery ticket. All that attended had a good time. Retired Eagles Activities Club The Retired Eagles Activities Club met at Eagles Hall on Feb. 19 with 54 members and I guest present. It was reported at the meeting that in the month of February there were no ill members, 5 members had birthdays and I couple had an anniversary. For club entertainment the members played cards, dominoes or other games. We also had a guessing game as to how much camis was rn ajar Elvua Russell came the closest and w as the winner. The next meeting will be on March 19, 2:00-6 OO p rn at Eagles Hall. Members are to bnng sandwiches and those that have a birthday or anniversary in March are to bnng a cake or cookies. NA e had two hearts of candy and they were won by Eller Zercher and Woburn Strempel. Hope to see all at the next meeting Albert RypIbr Lodge #106 A joyous group of 300 people attended the 100th anniversary of the Albert Kyptcr Lodge 41 Ob in Clear Spnng vin Feb. 5 at the Socngcrhailc. Many in attendance were descendants of the charter members or past officer. of the lodge or of the two lodges that merged with the Albert Kypfer Lixige As one entered the hall, one saw reflections of past years The entrance featured a histoncal display with the background being the flag of 1912. Many pictures, newspaper clippings and regalia of the lodge’s past activities were displayed as well as the last min utes written in German script in 1939 by Edwin Gold. Vignettes tracing the history of the Lodge highlighted the centennial celebration. Written and narrated by Linda Wunderlich, the remembrance was entitled “Daydreams and Memories” and included a stage background depicting a scene from an old lodge picture of the Schuenemann’s Hall in 1894 which is now the Clear Spring Catfish Restaurant. Props included a picture of the late Pastor Albeit Kypfer for whom the Lodge was named, a buggy, a stained glass window with the inscription “St. Martin’s Church,” a skat table and potbellied stove. Wooden potbellied stoves, constructed and minted bv Rudv and Doris Schriever, were the centerpieces on each of the 26 tables representing the mode of heating at the time of the Lodge’s beginning. Master of Ceremonies was Lodge President Chester Pehl. The Pledge of Allegiance was sung by James Boemg and the flag bearers were Kyle Faust and Josh Salge. Dorothy Kypfer, Constable. and Helen Kypfer Zipp sang "My God and I” as Rev. Albert Kypfer, portrayed by Curt J. Saur, walked across a replica of the prairie surrounding St. Martin's Church where he served as pastor for 35 years. History continued with notes from the original minutes of Dec 24. 1894, the day the men gathered at Schuenemann's Halle to organize the Lodge, give it a name and elect officers Skits were performed depicting more of the Lodge’s history and activities. Several members of the Hermann Sons School of Dance in New Braunfels performed parts of their routines. A memonal service was held for all of the departed members Leroy Muehlstein, Grand President of the Hermann Sons Lodges of Texas, addressed the gathcnng and presented Mission Valley Family and Community Education Club meets March 7 al the Extension Meeting Room. Mrs Eva Pfeiffer will be hostess Th# Comal County Genealogy Society meets March 7 at the Victoria Bank and Trust North Building at 7:30 p m Speaker Prolessor Theodore Gist, prolessor of German at tie University of Houston He will talk about the Diary of Pnnce Sahm The Footsteps' publication will be passed out to members The public is invited to attend the meeting. The Society is planning a walking group of the ‘First Founders' in the April 22 parade lf your family was in the first group to come to New Braunfels, come to this meeting or register at the Sophienburg Archives New Braunfels Business and Professional Women meet Wednesday, March 8 at Holiday Inn at 6:45 p m Dinner at 7 p.m., followed by the program presented by Ginny Hensz, entitled ‘Our Constitution." Winners of the scholarship fund-raiser will be announced. For information, eau Elaine Wells at 625-2947 or Ruby Badmg at 625-7511. Bereavement Support Group meets Thursday, March 9 at 3 p m at Leroy Muehlstein presents a 100-year plaque to Chester Pehl, president of Albert Kypfer Hermann Sons Lodge #106. the Lodge with a plaque to be displayed in the Lodge Hall honoring the 100th anniversary. Ed Kuempel, State Representative, also addressed the crowd and acknowledged the fraternalism the Lodge members have shown in this area. Floral arrangements were given to Mrs. Ethel Koester, whose late husband served as the Lodge’s supervisor for many years, and to Mrs. Leroy Muehlstein, wife of the Grand President. Albert and Willie Kypfer, grandsons of the late Pastor Albert Kypfer, were also recognized. The wooden potbellied stove replicas were given away as door prizes. A social hour and catered meal followed. The present Lodge Hall is located in Clear Spring in the old Clear Spring School which was purchased by the Lodge in 1943. Current officers include ! President Chester Pehl; Vice President ‘ Tim Salge; Corresponding Secretary Wallie Schneider; Financial Secretary-Treasurer Raymond Salge; Past President Bodo Dieted; Trustees Molly and -Oran Koepp and Ben Schneider; * Finance Committee, Linda Wunderlich. Nelrose Koepp and Nancy Bnnkkoeter; Guide Doris Schreyer; Inner Directors Celeste Salge and,Lor-na Boenig; and Cheer Committee, Vivian Dieted and Alice Schaefer. HAIRCUTS $8.00 with our "New Concepts" Stylists Appointments not necessary. Tuesday-Friday OPEN til 7pm frxtfS:    625-8080 ISSI N. Walnut #SS • New Braunfels. TX 78130 It's YouelMoney! the Comal County Senior Center. 655 Lands St Contact Jan Harrison at 629-8181 for information Caregiver Support Group meets Wednesday. March 8, 3 p.m. at the Comal County Senior Center, 655 Lands St Cal Jan Harrison at 629-8181 for information. New Braunfels High School Class of 1942 meets Friday, March 10 at Krause s Cafe at 6:30 p.m. For information, cal Howard Hufft, at 625-3837. Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Ferdinand Undheimer Chapter, meet Saturday, March 11 at 9:30 a m. at Forkes Store. The speaker will be Jeanette Felger, past chapter president and a native of New Braunfels. Her topic will be “Founding of New Braunfels: 1845“ Send meeting notices to: Herald-Zeitung meetings 707 Lands St Ne* Braunfels. TX 78130 Settler (210) 964-3579 H&R BLOCK New Braunfels (210) 625-3810 .Masonic HaH at 1157 W. San Antonio •it. Sister Faye Long of the Reflection •Picture Book Committee will give the Jfnendship Proyam :• • J Downtown Association of New ^Braunfels will hold its next regular True-Trac Alignment Services, Inc is pleased to announce the opening of our new facility at 2010 IH-10 West in Seguin. We offer: • State of the Art Laser Technology with our Bee-Line Alignment Equipment •Tire trueing and balancing * •Complete truck-trailer repair specializing in suspension repair and the elimination of irregular tire wear. TRUE-TRAC ALIGNMENT SERVICES. INC, _______, | New I JjjL Braunfels Psychic TAROT CATV) READINGS MARRIAGE • BURNESS • LORE AFFAIRS HEALTH • FMANCIM. RR0RJM8 SSK 60*9102 taut mass msw aa ai ami s OPEN ALL DAY OIA AAI AHIA 1<oci‘U:d Next SATURDAY rh to Kwald Tractor WINTER REVIVAL '95 ^ytark&danette fuzee Mark Brazee is a gifted teacher of God s Word focusing on principles of faith and healing. Janet is an anointed minister in song with two music albums released. Sunday March 5, 7:00 P.M. Monday - Friday March 6-10 10:00 A.M. & 7:00 P.M. Nursery for ages 0-3 provided at all services ^    sptaimi mutic Ay S&uvtdCZnn 7** tk &Um« Zmrlje fHumtiion %umit* featuring a menagerie of 'One of a Kind' characters in a western panorama, generating enthusiasm in learning God's Word Tree of Life Fellowship 652 North Loop 337 • New Braunfels (210) 625-6375 imfene JVllion ;