New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 7, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
Pl ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Wednesday, June 7,1995
ByJANEJACKSON JOHN MOLER, photographer
Special to the Herald-Zeitung
Rosalie Simon is, one of our dedi-■Pted computer entry volunteers. She nas asked that we try to get an identity of this picture she brought us, THE [HUNTER, AA-95-178. She was won-| dering if this might be the gentleman I (Mr. Fredericks) who hunted and painted his accomplishments...you may (remember that some time ago we Hpoke about his “shooting two deer J with one shot (?)” on several occasions. Anyone verify this?
AA-95-179, NEW BRAUNFELS TIGER BASEBALL TEAM—MAY 8, 1938 needs names for these handsome faces. Help us out...it’s a great picture.
w AA-95-176, COMAL ELEMENTARY GRADUATION CLASS OF ll961, was partially identified (our good riend Bill Sevier must be on vaca-on). Donna Schmidt called in to give the following: (Front row, I to r) elrose Saunders, Shirley Tschoepe, Arlene Hildebrand, Katie Batey, Gloria KJaemer, (?) Gooden; (Middle row) Victor Moellering, Elizabeth Vorden-baum, Jan Garrett, Larry Wesch, Tom , Moos, (?); (Back row) Richard Mofifitt, *4?) Saenz, Clint Stapleton, (?), (?).
Ema Schwab was first to call in .about AA-95-177 PAUL BARSCH’S ; TWILIGHT ORCHESTRA. She said she didn’t know all of them, but here is vVhat she had for us: (Front row, I to r)
. Robert Govier Jr. (sax), (?), (?); (Sec-, rind row) (?), Max Richter (from I Seguin, trumpet), (?) Deduce (clar-\ inet); (Back row) Jesse Wurzlow ! (Juba), and Paul Barsch Sr. (drums).
; We will appreciate your calling with names to fill our blanks. We usually
* acquire a little history about our orches-
* tras. How about calling us at 629-1900. r It’s never too late. We love you for it.
KEEP READING...KEEP REMEMBERING KEEP CALL-
* ING. We have had a special request for photographs of the Hummel Bakery. If anyone has any and would allow us to make copies of them, or even if you would like to donate them to us for safekeeping, we will be most appreciative. Hugs for all. We also would like to ask for donations of candid shots of various organizational
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really GOOD pictures to add to our Sophienburg Museum and the Sesquicentennial Collection. Visit the Archives.
f CCSCT thanks Bartholomew and Tamayo Lf or help with new Head Start Center
County Treasurer Bart Bartholomew and former City Manager Hector Tamayo were honored by the Community Council of South Central Texas at the recent ribbon cutting and open house of Comal Head Start Site IV.
CCSCT Executive Director Louis R. Ramirez Sr. awarded Bartholomew and Tamayo plaques of appreciation for their time and help in aiding CCSCT in obtaining its newest Head Start Center, 1023 W. Bridge St.
According to Ramirez, "Over two years of special efforts culminated in the opening of Comal Head Start Site IV, which is the first Head Start facility owned by CCSCT."
Since the national program started in 1965, facilities for Head Start Centers
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meets Thursday, June 8 at 3 p.m. at the Comal County Senior Center, 655 Landa, or contact Jan Harrison, 629-SI 81 for information.
The Joseph Acker Chapter #382 ““United States Daughters of 1812 will meet Thursday, June 8 a 9:30 a.m. in the home of Organizing President •j-irDelitha Guenzel. This will be a planning ^meeting. Prospective members are ^Invited to attend. Please call for directions - 625-4931.
The Monthly meeting and dinner for ^Mthe 1942 Class of New Braunfels !Hlgh School will be Friday, June 9 at Rrauses Cafe. All classmates are .^encouraged to attend and enjoy an Evening of fellowship. For information, *tall Jim Rheinlender at 625-5445.
Members of Hermann Sons Albert Kypfer Lodge #106 will hold their pic-Sunday, June 11 at the Lodge Hall. ‘Doors open at noon and the meal will ^ be served at 1 p.m. The lodge will furnish meat and members are asked to I ft I bong a covered dish and dessert. They 'iriialso shouuld bring a prize for the H'n* games.
The Joseph Helm Family Reunion
,fi*will be held at Schwamkrugs Party ■House Sunday, June 11 from 3 p.m. to h * *7 p.m. All descendants are asked to '^attend. Call 625-3766.
. Coalition of Former Military Wives
remeets at 2 p.m. June 11 at Shoneys j,0. Airport Restaurant at Loop 410 and ^ld Jones Maltzberger.
— . Guadalupe Valley American viH Legion Post 35 meets Tuesday June -en 13 at 4210 FM 482 in Solms. Regular tyn Post and Auxiliary meeting begins at -ft>< 7;30 p m Elections will be held. Call
have been either rented, shared with other agencies, or were used in a collaborative effort with churches and schools. Ramirez explained "In early 1993, federal legislation was passed allowing Head Start agencies to request approval to purchase their own facilities for Head Start Centers."
The lengthy process to purchase facilities includes locating suitable property, developing a business proposal that shows the cost and benefit of buying as compared to renting, and developing renovation plans.
After acceptance of the proposal by the Dept, of Health and Human Services, the Head Start agency must apply for Expansion and Renovation funds.
625-5535 for information.
The Past Presidents of the Eagles Auxiliary will meet at Laurel Plaza Monday, June 12 at 6 p.m. Installation of new officers. Evelyn Schwab and Lorene Hollowell chairmen.
The next regular meeting of the Friends of Dittlinger Library will be held Thursday, June 15 at 7 p.m. at the library, 373 Magazine St. Current and
TThe county treasurer, Bart Bartholomew, and former city manager, Hector Tamayo, received plaques of appreciation for their assistance in obtaining the center. Shown are the county commissioner, Christina Zamora; Head Start program director, Ramona Reyes; Comal County center director, Delia Gomez; Head Start office manager, Brigitte Schaefer; CCSCT board member, Hortensia Hernandez; CCSCT administrative assistant, Marcella Woods; Bartholomew; Tamayo; and CCSCT executive director, Louis R. Ramirez Sr.
new men .bere are welcome. Plans for the October Book Sale will be discussed. Book sorting will be June 13 at 8:30 a m. at Moyer Park on Highway 81 E.
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The Eagles Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, June 21 at 7:30 p.m. Officers to meet at 7 p.m. The Hall is not available Tuesday, June 20, so the meeting is on Wednesday.
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