New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas
wednesday; MARCH IO, 109s herald-zeitung b-aLooking Back
; 125 yMra ago (1868)
Translator: Owl and Ethal Bauar F. Moureau at pratident and O. Weber at treasurer of the New Braunfels Manufacturing Company remind all stockholders that the eight 10% payment is due on March 20. The final payment is due May I.
F.D. Faville has an auction of various dry goods, etc. every Saturday at IO A.M. in J.H. Petros , house on Seguin Street J. Hallam is the auctionator.
To the Fanner of Comal, Hayes, and Guadalupe Counties — We buy all products of the land, such as cotton, com, hides, wool, butter, and eggs for the highest market price. Our large warehouses are located directly along the 1G&N Railroad tracks for convenient handling of all the products you will bring us. Our new wagon platform scales are close to the warehouse. Our fair service is guaranteed. Respectfully, Ed. Gruene & Co.
showing new methods of faod conservation from Mr. Hoover's department....The musical feature of the Chautauqua this year will be Thaviou’s Exposition sand — the great musical organization that both opened and closed the San Francisco Exposition.
coincident Maigateth's natal day came together with her parents Mr. andMrs. R.B. Richter's 15th
A. Kissam was selected for the position of English teacher by the Trustees of New Braunfels Academy from three women and ten men applicants.
IOO years ago (1893)
Translator: Lottie Miller
WARNING-As I have planted pecan trees on part of my land, I am requesting my neighbors to be aware that in the Alture they are to keep their pigs away from my land. Otherwise I will lawfully prosecute each one. Heinrich Bender, Spring Branch.
Wanted — a good cook and a nurse for the nursery. No. 318 Main Avenue San Antonio. J.E. Fraser.
Standard cultivators as well as hand planters for com and cotton are sold at the lowest prices by Peter Faust & Co.
. 75 years ago (1918)
Translator: Arlene Krueger Seales In regard to the Chautauqua to be held here from April 22 to 28, patriotism will be the keynote of the 1918 program. We will have three government-accredited lecturers, one reporting conditions in the war zone, one our home war problems and a demonstrator
Little Margareth Richter recently celebrated her 4th birthday, having invited a number of her little friends to add to the pleasures of the day. Games, refreshments, etc. were enjoyed by the little folks to their hearts content Those present were Meli-ta and Henrietta Gruene, Emil Heinen, Roy Nebeigall, Frances Voight, Helen Nehls, Adeline Beckmann, Margareth Scholl, Clinton NaegeHn, Mabel Windwe-hen, Jack Scholl, Esther Wagen-fiiehr, Roberta Posey, Bruebert Hampe, Frank Altgelt, Frances Rose, Marcus Fuchs, Emma Flumeyer, Aubrey Sands, William Kessler, Adolf Henna. As a happy
60 years ago (1943)
Translator: Betty Pfeuffer Trleech A Victory Garden for every American home is a flood sign for us and a bad sign for the Axis according to Loreen Russell, county home demonstration agent...."With rationing of processed fruits and vegetables everyone has felt the need to do something It is never too late to plant some kind of vegetable garden” said Russell.
Fred Harrison announced that the women employed in the shipping room of the New Braunfels Textile Mill have volunteered to fill one table every Wednesday night at the Red Cross surgical
dressing room. Harrison said that Benny Schriewer, foreman of the finishing room at the mill, had notified him that the women in that department had also volunteered to fill one table every Wednesday night....Mrs. Gilbert Reinarz, chairman of surgical dressmn for the Red Cross has stressed the urgent need by file Army for these dressings.
County Judge B.W. Klinfleman announced this week that ne has appointed Clarence Haag to collect an the 12 gauge shot guns that Comal Comity owners will sen to the govemment^.The guns wfll be used for guarding purpose and for training...Haag made his store, the Western Auto Association, headquarters Air the collec
tion. He said the government will pay 42.50 for an automatic or a pump in good condition to $30 for a double barrel.
Edward P. Nolte, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Nolte, 212
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