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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung □ Thursday, March 28,1996 □ 3 Archives Anonymous AA-96-026 By MICHELLE OATMAN JOHN MOLER, photographer Special to the Herald-Zeitung March is our series of Weiss photos, and we have had very good responses to all our pictures this month. (AA-96-024), our boy scouts from last week, were identified by Robertta Mueller, Margaret Parr, and Dr. Fred Frueholtz. The photo was taken on the steps of the Seele Parish House. The young men are; first row (1-r) Jack Bergfeild, Othmar Stratemann, Bobby Harry, Nowotney, Edgar Sahm, Benard Schultz. Second row; Rev. Bassler, ?, Claude Platz, ?, Ogden Eikel, Norman Henne, August Geissen. Third row; ?, Carl Marion, Bob Herring, Fred Henne, Harvey Nebergall, Elmo Fisher, ?. “The Aeroplane” (AA-96-025) did not receive a full identification but...Laurie E. Jasinski of San Marcos came in and gave us a full history of the plane and the pilot, Joe Sanders, her grandfather. Joe Sanders served many years in the American Legion, Comal Post 179. He worked as a mechanic at Dittlinger Mills. In 1929 he built an “airplane,” which was equipped with a motor and could be driven under its own power. It could not fly. The plane was used an interesting promotional float for the Legion Post. According to the local Legion Minutes of September 30,1929, plans were made for the Nov. 11 Armistice Day parade. The “aeroplane” was to lead the parade. The plane was covered with wire mesh in order to attach red paper poppies as decorations, after the parade the poppies were sold for a quarter each. As an added incentive to buy, some poppies had hidden one, five, and even IO dollar bills. The money was raised to benefit the American Legion. We must give a big thank you to Laurie Jasinski for the wonderful history on such a great picture! (AA-96-026) is a group in the park. We know this is a hard picture to iden- AA-96-027 Youth ArtBeat *96 set this weekend on Plaza Downtown New Braunfels comes alive with the sights and sounds of ArtBeat ‘96 on Saturday, March 30 from IO a.m. to 2 p.m. This celebration of youth arts is filling downtown businesses with approximately 1,200 student drawings, paintings, sculptures and murals from March 25 to 30. The young artists, parents, friends and art lovers themselves will fill the main plaza on Saturday. 41 Throughout the day, musicians, 'dancers, actors, singers and artists will tfc'demonstrating their skills, lf that wasn’t enough, the Children’s Museum in New Braunfels will have an area set up for kids to stretch their creativity with projects and activities. Also, at the Hummel museum, Hummelfest will be going on. At I p.m., the “Kids as Art” parade leads festival goers around the square and onto the main plaza for the art awards presentations. Kids are encouraged to dress up as famous paintings, artists or turn themselves into pieces of art for the parade. At the very least, they can make an instrument at the Children’s Museum and make a little noise! Jam-packed with arts, activities, food and fun, downtown it thc place to be Saturday, March.30. Children and their families won’t find a better way to be “Alive with Art!” Youth ArtBeat ‘96, a Main Street project for the City of New Braunfels, is sponsored by Texas Commerce Bank Schlitterbahn and Target. VOTERS: Do you live on one of these streets? Please join Mary Lou, family & friends for MUSIC • FUN • FOOD Fri., March 29,5-9 pm at “The Gardens” Hwy 81 (behind Lee's Antiques) Admission: Voter’s Registration or Driver’s License New District 6 Ci*y Council May 4 District 6 Common Sensu Leadership Political ad tor Mary Iou Erben campaign Johnny Biteche, treasurer The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Winner of four 1995 Associated Press Managing Editors Award Concorde from Son Antonio ( (tine bi/ today for package Dr I ads! \    133 Landa Street J Southernwood hardens Native Designs and Consultation • Perennials • Herbs • Native Plants • Aquatic Plants • Antique Roses • Soils & Bark Mulch Bob Fitzsimmons, Proprietor 608-9160 Daily hours: MF 8-5 Sat 8-5 Sun 12-5 L # Laud. CT) br suntan to San Antento\^/ ta Austin 658 Landa Street • New Braunfels ‘Now a in’i Good Cents. Your blueprint for savings. •ATTIC INSULATION Cr VENTILATION •LUGLI EFFICIENT HEAT PUHI MOISTURE INFILTRATION' BARRIER ,Atu/NDOtiS INSULATED DOOR UJALL INSULATION The time to implement energy saving features into your new home is now, before it's built. The way to do that is to build through the Good Cents1M Residential Home Program. Good Cents homes must meet superior standards for energy efficiency, which means you stay comfortable while saving money. Ask your builder about the Good Cents program ana make savings a part of your plans. /Mf Pedernales M mm Electric Cooperative, Inc. Good Cents™ is a trademark of Gulf Power Company. Bringing Eneigy to lite Texas Hill Country tify, but any information we can get on this photo will help our collection. Maybe a name or two, or even what the group is. Our last picture for our Weiss series is (AA-96-027). The New Braunfels Mannerchor of 1935. We heed the names of these fine looking people. We thank each one of you who has called in or come by to help us identify our pictures. Mrs. Helen Hehmsoth came in this week from San Antonio to give us the names of the Orchestra photo last week, a special thank you to her! As    always,    KEEP READING...KEEP REMEMBERING...KEEP CALLING...629-1900. Scouts invited to enter Wurstfest • design contest All Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts in grades six and above in New Braunfels and the surrounding areas are invited to submit their design to grace the Wurstfest Walk 19% medal, sponsored by the New Braunfels Marsch-und Wandergruppe. All entries must be received by April 30 and the winner will be announced in early May. The winning scout will win SKX); $25 will go to the winner's troop and $75 will go to the scout to use in scouting activities. For information, call Susan Tate at 609-4004. 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