New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 18, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
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SUNDAY!Mairs set to take baton in role as music director of Mid-Texas Symphony
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The orchestra will also perform Tchaikowsky’s “Symphony No. 4, F Minor.”
Cannon is the principal trumpet for the Mid-Texas Symphony, while Gignac is second trumpet.
Norton regularly performs with the Mid-Texas Symphony, and Inglis is the principal flutist for the Mid-Texas Symphony.
Tickets for the concert are $9 for adults, $8 for senior citizens and college students and $3 for other students.
They will be available at the door the day of the concert.
Season tickets will also be available at the door.
The season ticket package includes tickets for a special concert Nov. 17 marking the 10th anniversary of the opening of Jackson Auditorium on the campus of Texas Lutheran University.
The concert will feature world renowned pianist Barry Douglas with Akira Endo conducting.
For more information, call ,629-0336.
(Submitted by the Mid-Texas Symphony)
Sunday’s Mid-Texas Symphony conceit at 4 p.m. in the Civic Center will mark the debut of David Mairs as music director of the Mid-Texas Symphony.
Mairs will be at the baton as the symphony opens its 19th season with a concert featuring four of the symphony’s own players.
Frank and Bobbye Streightoff, residents of New Braunfels and strong supporters of the arts in the community, will sponsor this concert.
Streightoff serves the Mid-Texas Symphony as vice president of bylaws.
He has sponsored Mid-Texas Symphony concerts each year for the past several years.
Mairs is also resident conductor of the San Antonio Symphony.
He conducted the Mid-Texas Symphony’s holiday concert in Jackson Auditorium last December.
The concert will feature Robert Cannon and Andrew Gignac in Vivaldi’s “Concerto for Two Trumpets, P. 75, C Major.”
Harpist Shana Norton and flutist Adrienne Inglis will be featured in Mozart’s “Concerto for Flute and
By MICHELLE OATMAN JOHN MOLER, photographer Special to the Herald-Zeitung
I knew that we could get a perfect score last week!
We had a great response to both pictures!
(AA-96-085) is a true local hero.
Raymond Froelich was the first Comal County resident to be killed in World War II.
He was stationed on the USS Houston, which went down in Pearl Harbor.
We have a wonderful collection of his records at the Archives; now his photo that was identified can be placed there, as well.
Thank you to Vivian Hildebrand, Audrey Jonas Dean, Marcus Wenzel, Richard Ohm, Mike Pinemann, Julia Soefge and Jaylene Siebert.
Our smiling lady, (AA-96-086), is Clara Bartels.
Think back ... she was an elementary school teacher.
This photo was taken sometime in the late 1920s or early 1930s.
We thank Dorothy Schubert and two of our professional identifiers, Mary Adel and Howard Schneider.
With the World Series here, I thought we needed a local baseball photo in the column.
I found a good one, and it doesn’t have a name on it.
All we know about (AA-96-087) is that it was taken (rn June 1,1947, and the name of the team is the Cardinals.
Let’s rally together and see whether we can put names on each team member, including that adorable bet boy!
What a cute group of Girl Scouts!
(AA-96-088) is a local 1947 troop.
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We recognize one lady in the back as Lottie Miller.
We need the rest of this pretty group identified.
We know most of these girls are probably now leaders of the community and may even lead their own troop now.
Get together and reminisce, and call the names of this troop in._
Braunfels. See the House that Jack Built, Planters Mill, Menelovitz Department Store, Faust Library, The Brewery and Speakeasy and much more that came about in the 1930s.
As always ... KEEP READING!... KEEP REMEMBERING! ...KEEP CALLING! ... 629-1900! or come by 200 N. Seguin Ave.
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It runs during Wurstfest at the Civic Center.
This year’s theme is “The Thirties: Winds of Change.” Mark your calendars for Nov. I to IO and take a stroll down the 1930s version of New
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