New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
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BUNKER HILL1951 class members of NBHS now living outside of Texas are back row, left to right, Raymond Curtis of New Orleans, La.; Hugh Lackey of Ruidosa, N.M.; Adeline Lux Thomas of Cheyenne, Wyo.; Curtis Schwab of Ogden, Utah; front row, Ruth Leifeste Kitchel of Chehalis, Wash.; Florence Bartels Hodges of Milton,
Fla.; and Marilyn Weinaug Martin of Goodland, Kan. (Photo by Marie Offerman)NBHS grads of’51 celebrate reunion
, The New Braunfels High School llass of 1951 held its 40th reunion Sept. 28 at Eagle’s Hall in New
' Eighty classmates and five retired 'teachers attended the reunion, along tivith children, grandchildren, spouses And friends of the classmates.
The fusil was decorated with blue arui while streamers and flowers. Classmates each signed a scroll that was slimed in 1961 at the First reunion and has been signed at reunions ever 'Ii nee.
The group met id 3 p.m. for fellowship, beer, chips and dip. A barbecue supper was served by Anita’s Catering. Anim Hail/ Jaroszewski is a class
Seven graduates attending the reunion live outside of Texas. Ruth Lcifes-fe Kuchel of Chehalis, Wash., was awarded the prize of a gasoline can for traveling the greatest distance — 2,166 miles.
* A drawing for door prizes was held, A large blue and white cake was served, and everyone danced to die sound of B.C. Smith and The Breeze
/ The class of 1951, with 120 graduates, was the last and largest class to graduate from NBHS when it was located at Mill Street. That year, the Unicom football team went to the state semi-finals where they lost to
Wharton, who went on to win the state championship.
Members of the 40th reunion planning committee were: Corinne G. and Gordon Zunker, Marjorie Z. Bode; Bcverlyn A. Voges; Joyce C. Smith; Virginia K. Baker, Karl Zipp; Leora
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K. and Harvey Pape; Elaine Z. Dom-busch; Gladys M. Krause; Charlotte H. Boyd; Gary Pittman; Joy Z. and Charles Schriewer, Carroll Hoffmann; Darvin Dietert; Arlyne B. Braune; Bill Proctor, and Anita Ham Jaroszewski.
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DAVID SULLENS Editor and PublisherNBHS class of 1951 class officers are back row, left to right: Ray Dean Mays of Victoria, Gary Pittman of New Braunfels, Virginia Kuehler Baker of New Braunfels, front, James Cornelius of New Braunfels, Gladys Meckel Krause of New Braunfels and Raymond Curtis of New Orleans. (Photo by Marie Offerman)
IA few of the planning committee for the reunion of the class of 1951 of NBHS left to right, back row, are Kart ,Zipp, Darvin Dietert, Joy Zachary Schriewer, Gordon Zunker, front row, Elaine Zipp Dornbusch, Arlyne ‘.Boenig Braune, Charlotte Holland Boyd and Corinne Gass Zunker. (Photo by Marie Offerman)
Retired teachers at the reunion of the class of 1951, NBHS, standing left to right; John Tays, Robert lays, Robert Dedeke, seated, Betty Balch, (Mrs. John) Tays and William Kolodzie. (Photo by Marie Offerman)
Ruby Bading (left), chairperson of the Young Careerist Committee, presents, on behalf of the New Braunfels Business and Professional Women, the Young Careerist of the Year Award to Kyra Brandt. Brandt owns Comal Flower Shop and is involved in various community activities, the local BPW chapter and Teleflora. (Photo by Karla Wenzel)
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