New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 14, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald-Zeitung g Thursday, November 14, 1996 g 9Archives Anonymous
By MICHELLE OATMAN JOHN MOLER, photographer
Special to the Herald-Zeitung
Wurstfest is over!
We all ate way too much.
Some of us may have drunk too much, as well, but we all had a great time!
Our Wurstfest photo, (AA-96-093), received all the names!
Wallace Oberkampf, Rose Schultz and Gladys Reininger each get a big thank you for giving us the names for the photo.
They are (from left to right) Maurice Wiederstein, J.C. Reagan, Charlie Schwamkrug, Joe Chapman and Dr. Ed Grist.
It's a great picture that now can be entered into our computers and preserved for history!
Along with eating and drinking at Wurstfest, a lot of dancing goes on.
That would not be possible without the bands!
(AA-96-094), the Hi Toppers, was a complete success, as well.
Kart Zipp, Micky Allen, Reggie “Blue” Ludwig, Roy Haag, Terry Krueger, Alton Rahe, Melford Haag and Aubrey Constable were all members of the 1966 band.
We again thank Wallace Oberkampf and Tara Kohlenberg for
helping us name these musicians!
That band did so well we found another one to get named while the iron is hot!
(AA-96-095) is the Twilight' Orchestra of 1959.
We would like these gentlemen’s names and where they are playing.
We have a few ideas, but we would like to make sure we are right before labeling it!
Please let us know if you can name any of these men or even if you attended a dance they played at!
This 1957 picture of pretty girls is (AA-96-096).
The back of the photo is labeled
"party for Matilda Herrera.”
We now want her guests’ names, as well as which one is Matilda.
All of these ladies are now businesswomen and mommies in the area.
Let us know if you recognize any of these “young women.”
We thank you all for your support in our column. If you would like to become part of our organization, come by the Sophienburg Archives.
We are always looking for volunteers, as well as gettying new members of the organization.
For $25 per family a year, your family can join the Sophienburg
Museum and Archives. Be a member of a wonderful group and support New Braunfels history.
You can come and go from the museum and archives as a member. You will receive the Sophienburg’s newsletters and will be invited to the annual barbecue. Stop in or call for more information.
The Sophienburg Museum is located at 401 W. Coll St., or you can call 629-1572. The Sophienburg Archives is located at 200 N. Seguin St., or you can call 629-1900.
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The number is 629-1900!
Program focuses on women, farming
The Women in Agriculture: Business Management Program was developed for farm and ranch wives working on or off the farm, as well as women who run their own farm and ranch business.
Its focus is on helping participants gain a bro. er understanding of the business n. nagement issues involved in running a farm or ranch ope nu. J,..
A few of the topics covered include income tax management, personnel management, estate planning, business transfer issues, commodity marketing and agricultural policy.
The program was divided into three units, each involving two full days of instruction.
The units are designed to be taken in successive years.
The programs will be offered from Jan. 29 to 31 in College Station and from Feb. 19 to 21 in Lubbock.
For more information and a registration form, contact Danny Klinefelter or Tami Tesauro at (409) 845-7171 or write to Women in Agriculture: Business Management Program, Department of Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, Blocker Building Room 458, College Station, Texas 77843-2124.SBA plans briefing on .business loans
The Small Business Administration has scheduled a briefing on the types of loans offered by the federal program to the small business community for ll am. to noon Dec. 4 in Room A527 of the Federal Building, 727 E. Durango, San Antonio. There is no charge or registration.
Why not try something a little different one evening soon?Parks Department plans camping program
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department plans for some educational fun and games from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Dec. 18 in Picnic Area No. 4 at Landa Park when it offers "Introduction to Camping.” The session is the December edition of the department’s Nature’s
The program will offer information on camping, equipment, orienteering skills and etiquette.
It is open to participants of all ages.
Registration for the program must be completed in the Parks and
Recreation Department Office by Dec. 17.
The fee is $4.
For more information on the session or the program, call (210) 608-2160 or visit the Parks and Recreation Department Office in Landa Park.
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