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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Scrapbook Texas AuguSf Dooents Readyto retire Examining a new exhibit at the Sophienburg Memorial Museum from docents Al Liz Lottie and Helen LVN teacher who is exhibit Sausage making devices were shown at a recent do cent information Fred above holds his cake with Douglas Valetta Irma Grouchy and Jo Pietsch at a reception Friday at McKenna Memorial Frueholz was honored at the party marking his retire ment after 34 years in He said he will now take college study photography and have time to enjoy all the activities he has At Assistant Administrator Mary Faria pins a boutonniere on Frueholz Portrait debut Gratia retired as an instructor of licensed vocational nurses at the school of vocation nurses She was honored at a reception at McKenna Memorial Hospitals Wurst Folkliffe fun Helmuth and Doris Salge in Wurstfest attire are ready to the bus ride to San Antonio to attend Folklife All members of the Wurstfest Association and their wives enjoy the annual event as a special entertainment for the classroom among former students and LVN school from Jean Emil Annette and Jo Ann Photos by Frances Bridges Sherry marketing director for the Hotel with Jean Rogers and Kathy MidTexas Symphony New Braunfels chapter members admire a portrait of the Symphony debutantes presented to the Faust staff honored Symphony members with a tea Sunday Rose tea Gay Forties CJyb admire a silver rose arrangement at the rose tea at the home of Roxolin second from With her are Cora Jane Myra Lee and Jo Ann
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