Erwin Schuenemann & Clara Lockstedt 001 wedding

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folks have started up their ir* rigation systems, due to the alarmingly dry condition of their forage lands. TEENAGE FUN Nov. 15 was a dual red letter day for Clinton Niemarin, as Mr, and Mrs. George Gilbreath entertained in his honor to mark his 15 birthday. Nov. 17 was the official date. The party was held at the Herman Sons Hall in Geronimo and during the early afternoon hours, most of the guests enjoyed playing volleyball and dancing. At the supper hour every one enjoyed chicken and ham salad sandwiches. Pies and slices of birthday cake added to the festive touch. Coffee and tea completed the supper. Clinton's grandmother, Mrs. Wally Voss, and his great grand parents shared in this joyous occasion. Others present were, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Voss, Mr. and Mrs. .')anley Voss, Sally, Jerry, Cindy, and Danny, Mrs. Viola Schlichtlng, Sherman Schlichting, Joy Dietert, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lehmann, Debra and Dolva, Wm Stanush, and Gregory Lehmann. THE ANNIVERSARY THEME Another golden wedding was marked in Nov. and this celebration was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmor Ploetz, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mollenhauer, sr. Co-hosts were Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Finch, Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Mollenhauer.jr. and A.H. Mollenhauer of Lakewood, Cal. On Nov. 22 another family honored their parents. The hosts on this day were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Schuenemann and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shuenemann, entertaining with afternoon coffee hours for Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schuenemann, the anniversay couple. Relatives and friends, were invited to come to the Laubach social hall at 2 : 30 p.m. and remained to visit and reminisce until the early evening time. Erwin Schuenemann and the former Clara Lockstedt, exchanged their wedding vows on Thanksgiving Day Nov. 24, 1920, at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lockstedt. The Schuenemanns still live in this weir kept family homo. The • marriage was performed at 4 p.m. with the Rev. H.G. Barnofske officiating. The wedding attendants were, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Bohnert of Comfort, Mrs. Bohnert is a niece of the anniversary groom. The Boh- nerts exchanged their wedding vows in Feb. of the same year, and Mr. and Mrs. Schuenemann wore named as the attendants for this ceremony. The celebration was especially sentimental since their son, Clarence, was in Japan on duty with the Armed Forces on their silver anniversary day. The honor couple, their family and guests appreciated the very entertaining and heart warming verbal family sketch presented by their pastor, the Rev. Barney Federwisch. He also led the group during the invocation, A long table covered with a brocaded antique gold cloth was marked with two centerpieces fashioned of bronze mums, A silver coffee service was set at one end and a punch bowl filled with orange punch was at the other end of the festive board. A selection of chicken, ham and cheese sandwiches, mints, chips, and relishes, were placed for the guests to enjoy. This arrangement of anniversary refreshments was centered with a round three tiered, anniversary cake, decorated with two shades of light gold, lemon cream icing, and decorated with sugar spun, yellow- rose buds, A plate of cookies was served for the youngsters to enjoy. The following ladies served as members of the house party; Mrs, Delvin Meyer and Mrs. Gene Wehmeyer served the cof* fee: Mrs, Hilmar Schuenemann and Mrs. Rueben Krueger were busy at the punch bowl, Mrs, Linda Schmidt, Mrs. Johnny Speckmoier and Mrs, Martin Henze kept the sandwich trays filled, and Mrs. David Harborth and Mrs, R.R. Lockstedt sliced and served slices of the golden wedding cake. Miss Carol Meyer and Miss Carol Schuenemann welcomed the guests at the register table. One hundred and eighty guests signed the anniversary book, We know the grandchildren of Mr, and Mrs. Shuen- emann will treasure the mementos of this anniversary occasion, The anniversary bride chose a soft navy blue dress and accent' ed it with a gold toned, cytnbi* dum orchid. The daughters-in- law wore bronze, daisy, chrysanthemum corsages and the members of the hcuseparty, also wore bronze chrysanthemum corsages trimmed in gold, The guests came from Woodsboro, Three Rivers, Nordhiem, Karnes City, San Antonio, Comfort, Austin, Rosenberg, Seguin, and New Braunfels. DEER HUNTERS Your scribes have not had reports from all the deer hunters, but we did learn that Rodney Galle bagged a 10 pointer, weighing 130 pounds when dressed, He shot his trophy on the Galle landholdings in the Yorks creek area on Nov. 16. His wife and parents, lent a helping hand during the sausage making process. Another very young nimrod has experienced the thrill ot tind- ing and shooting his first deer. He is Terry, the oldest son of Don and Lenore Mergele of Padre Island, and grandson of Mrs. Lois Mergele and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Henze. tta is 8 years old and hunts on the Frost ranch near Uvalde. Terry's father shot an unusually heavy 8 point deer the next day. VISITORS IN TEXAS Mrs. Norman Waite, took time to welcome Col. and Mrs. Robert Huling, of Elkhorn, Wisconsin. The Hulings are friends of Norman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eton Waite. They were here to attend a convention of Retired Army Colonel's held in San Antonio last: week. IN MEMORIAN The family, relatives and friends, mourn the passing of Mrs. August Schultz of Seguin. Funeral services were conducted for her on Oct. 11, at Goetz Memorial Chapel, with interment in the Guadalupe Valley cemetery, more The deceased was the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Galle, sr., and was born on May 1, 1906 in the Galle community. She is survived by her daughters and son, Gloria Weh- gneer and her husband George of Colorado Springs, Allan Ray Schultz of Seguin, Shirley and f her husband Larry GunckeL Larry is presently stationed in Thailand. Twelve grandchildren also cherish her memory. Other, survivors are her mother, Mrs. Anna Galle, her sisters and brothers, Mrs. Irma Hensley, and her husband Al, Fritz Galle, Jr. and his wife Nelrose, Ruby and her husband Lee Bretzke, of New Braunfels, Mrs. Edna Brietzke of San Antonio. The Rev. Heineke of Emanuels Lutheran Church officiated. The pallbearers were Raymond Brietzke, Dave and Mike Bretzke, Rodney Galle and Aug. "Stumpf" Plan- nstiel. CONGREGATION REMEMBERS The congregation of Friedens United Church of Christ, with the pastor, the Rev. Barney Federwisch, revered the memory of its member* that passed away during 1969-1970 church year, and those for whom the Rev, Federwiich conducted the funeral services. A white carnation was placed on the altar in each ones honor by members of the confirmation class. The list is headed by Herbert H.C. Schriewer. born on Jan. 10. 1899, and died Dec, 22, 1969, Interred on Lone Oak Cemetery, Ronnie Schriewer placed flower, Hugo Bartoske- witz was born on May 29, 1902 and died December 23, 1969, interred on Guadalupe Valley Cemotery. Cheryl Engler placed flower, Herman C, Heinemoyer was born on February 21, 1893, and died on January 8, 1970 with interment on Lone Oak Cemotery, Gail Helnemeyer placed the flower, Benno Mueller was born on June 2, 1907, and died on Feb, 4, 1970, with interment on Comal Cemetery, Larry Herrmann placed the flower, Mrs, Hertha Boenig was born on Dec. 4, 1896, died on Feb. 27, 1970, and interred on the Lone Oak Cemetery. Larry Kraft placed the flower, Walter A, Erxleben was born Oct. 21, 1885 and oiled on April 26, 1970. His flower was placed by Connie Schneider, Egon Braune was born Sept, 23,1906, died May 15, )970, with interment on the Zorn Cemetery, Scott Ptoet? placed the flower. Arthur A. Rose was born on Jan, 80,1887 and passed away on July 7, 1970 and was interred on the Lone Oak Cemetery, Jeffrey Felling p&c*

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  1. The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise,
  2. 26 Nov 1970, Thu,
  3. Page 9

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