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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 8A □ Herald-Zeitung g Thursday, November 28, 1996 Archives Anonymous » MUSEUM archives MONTHS TO PAV •Advarvc«d picture 6P5440W 70-11$-5 •Front surround sound, •Night ViaoniLrenamed Multi-purpose timer veneer top table and 4 windsor back side chai Extra chairs ava liable. arms Hunter green lapp! ilfle patiPsoffi {carafes beautiful solid pine. Includes for, and fuli/queen headboard. (King size avajl&bli^. 92-ML^ hand-pa.nted ceramic pac* deb wow-Watch tov    . weekly coupons 03-301-2    w (AA-96-099) (AA-96-097) (AA-96-100) By MICHELLE OATMAN JOHN MOLER, photographer Special to the Herald-Zeitung This week we wanted to let everyone know about our upcoming events for Christmas. Both of our pictures this week are from St. Nicholas past. Each year on Dec. 5, St. Nicholas visits the homes of children to see if they have been good or not. lf the child has been good, he or she will get a stocking full of treats. lf the child has been bad, he or she gets coal or a potato in their stocking to warn them that they have three weeks to change their ways before Santa Claus comes to see them. (AA-96-099) is a photo that shows the excitement in the children’s eyes when they find out that St. Nicholas (Jack Reinarz) is going to report that they have been good. These children are probably full grown ngw. We would like their names. (AA-96-100) is St. Nicholas (Tobin Hoffmann) nding in our local parade. Letting the children know he will be coming to the Sophienburg MusotSni on Dec. 5 to see the children. We would like the names of .the children in the car driven by John iKarbach. Maybe we can get the names of a few in the background, as I well. If you and your child would like to meet St. Nicholas and see if your child has been good enough for Santa, come to the Sophienburg Museum on Thursday, Dec. 5, at I p.m. or at 7 p.m. and learn the legend of St. Nicholas and meet him! Last week's pictures did not do so well. (AA-96-097) did not get very many names called in. We thank Margaret Parr and Helgard Suhr for giving us a few names. Row I: No. I, Frank Suhr. Row 2: No. 6, Mr. Jung; No. 7, Willie Kuhn; No. 8 Otto Seidel. Row 3: No. 3, Guenther Havekost. If you know any of the men that were not identified, please let us Park Service offers Christmas, Johnson style Join the National Park Service and the Texas State Parks in celebrating a Johnson style Christmas. Step back in time with Christmas melodies from the I920’s during a lamplight tour of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Boyhood Home in Johnson City. Enjoy some warm cider at the dogtrot cabin where Johnson’s grandparents settled and began a cattle droving business. Join the Johnson family in the annual tree-lighting ceremony, then tour the Sauer-Beckmann Farm and the LBJ Ranch decorated in traditional holiday displays. The weekend of Dec. 14 and 15 includes an opportunity to do all three. V In Johnson City from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Dec. 14, Boyhood Home lamplight touts will include live music on the front porch. Inside the home, you will find 1920s Christmas recordings from the Atwater-Kent radio and Santa bidding you “Happy Holidays!” Then board a National Park Service tour bus and travel to the Johnson Settlement. Enjoy an 1867 Christmas visit with the cook at the chuck wagon and a holiday treat at the original Sam Ealy Johnson, Sr. I cabin.    ^ know. Our Confirmation picture (AA-96-098) only had one call, and it was a maybe. Mrs. H. Copplin called to give us the name of Todd Waxier as the fourth person from the left on the front row. We still want other names and a positive identification of the church, St. Paul Lutheran. We also want to invite everyone to the Candlelight Tour from 5 to 8 p.m. Dec. 7. The Sophienburg Museum, Conservation Society and Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture are the hosts for the tour. Tour each of the three museums all decorated for the Christmas season and enjoy a selection of German cookies and punch. Tickets are $3 for adults and children under 18 are free when accompanied by their parents. As always, KEEP READING! ... KEEP REMEMBERING! ... KEEP CALLING!... 629-1900! i ad I f'l *P *5 (AA-96-098) Governments council plans semiannual conference Representatives of the 104-member governments of the Alamo Area Council of Governments will convene for their winter semiannual meeting Dec. I at the Menger Hotel, 204 Alamo Plaza, in San Antonio. The meeting of the area judges begins at 9 a.m., and the meeting of the area members and the board of directors begins at IO a.m. (in Ballrooms B and C). The meeting will be followed by a luncheon at noon (in Ballroom A) and will feature a speech by Paul Roberson, the executive director of the Greater Kelly Development Corp. As executive director of the Greater Kelly Development Corp., Roberson oversees the activities and operations of Kelly Air Force Base. Prior to his work with the GKDC, he served as the director of the city of San Antonio’s Office of Defense Transition, the precursor to the GKDC. Roberson coordinated the activities of the Initial Base Adjustment Strategy Committee, a 167-member citizens committee that developed a strategic plan for the redevelopment of Kelly AFB. The public is invited. 'For reservations, please forward payment of $20 per person to AACOG, 118 Broadway, Suite 400, San Antonio, Texas 78205-1999. The deadline for reservations is 5 p.m. Dec. 5. For more information, call (210) 225-5201, Ext. 104. (Submitted by the Alamo Area Council of Governments) MILLION DOLLAR WEEKEND! £* rrrrTFcrr^. rrf jfTrrffrrrg? 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