New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 30, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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Parks to offer Deutsche tour
The Parks and Recreation, Department is offering the Deutsche (German) Historical Tour of Landa Park for all ages at 9 and 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Friday. The park ranger will lead a hike through Landa Park, covering historical markers in the park.
Much of the history of New
Braunfels, including the Landa family and Wurstfest, is covered. Pre-registration is required at the parks office, 110 Golf Course Road. The fee is $ I per person. Meet at the gazebo behind the parks office. For information, call 608-2160.
(Submitted by the Parks and Recreation Department)
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By MICHELLE OATMAN and JOHN MOLER, photo editor
Special to the Herald-Zeitung
The Cross Lutheran Church photo (AA-97-077) is of a 1968 Confirmation Class. In the front is Tyre Koenig, Rosie Hansmann, Judy Schwab, Robert Fischer, Cindy Scruggs, Kevin Johnson and Robert Strange. In the back row, are Larry Tausch, Donald Bischop, Rev. Tschatschula, Ronald Waltersberger and Bridget Herrmann. We thank Wallace Oberkampf, Penny Rhoads, Doris Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eickenhorst and Judy Noland.
(AA-97-078) is Bertha Albrecht people “elbow deep” in getting
on her 98th birthday. She had 103! Roger Nuhn gave us this identification of his grandmother. We thank him for making sure we got her name. She is a real doll.
This time of year all of us are working hard and getting things ready for Wurstfest time. I know many organizations are preparing the food for hundreds to enjoy. The ladies at Conservation have been cooking and getting ready for their part in the Heritage Exhibit. They provide all of that wonderful German taste that is sold in the lobby.
In hearing and seeing all of these
ready, (AA-97-079) seemed to be a perfect picture! This lady is mixing the cole slaw for a very large group! Who is she and what is she getting ready for?
Halloween is this Friday, and we had to find a spooky picture to run this week. (AA-97-080) is a ghost and two witches boiling their brew for Halloween. We would like to know the names of these two witches and their “invisible” friend.
With all of the fun at the Wurstfest grounds, don't forget another tradition of the Heritage Exhibit. This year’s theme is
“Spreadin’ the News.” It runs the same dates as Wurstfest, from IO a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday through Nov. 9. You can learn about the ways of communications from the past to the present. See through the many wonderful exhibits, the many ways we have learned to get our points across and have a voice in our changing world. Tickets will be S3 for adults, SO cents for children 6 to 12 and children 6 and younger are free.
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The Captain James Jack Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, met on Sept 8. Members met at the Education Building on Mill Street after attending the funeral for Henry Guenzel.
The DAR ritual, including an opening prayer by Chaplain Vesta Lee and salute to the American flag; the American's Creed and the Preamble of the Constitution were led by Regent Mary Warren.
The daughters heard a challenge delivered by Peggy Edwards, National Defense Chairman, to promote patriotism, especially in the schools. Plans to participate in the Comal County Fair Parade were
discussed. It was suggested by Peggy Edwards that if anyone wished to give a memorial in honor of Henry Guenzel that the local DAR Scholarship Fund would be a good choice.
Guests Lauva Currier, Laura Berndt and Susan Smith were introduced by Fairy Edwards and welcomed by the members. Registrar Edwards also announced that the local chapter membership had reached a total of 94.
Regent Warren announced the next meeting would be the DAR/SAR joint picnic in the park. Everyone was to bring a covered dish and meet Oct. 13 at Pavilion 16. The regent also thanked hostesses
Betty Bowman and Ruth Johnson for their delicious refreshments and hospitality.
Musoum of Toxas Hondvnodo Fumtturo Docents
The docents of the Museum of Texas Handamde Furniture and guests recently traveled to Austin to visit three historical sites. Beginning with a luncheon at Green Pastures Restuarant, the group had guided tours at the French Legation and the Governor's Mansion. Arrangments were made by Margo Green assisted by Francis Marquis, museum director. Thirty-four people enjoyed the outing.
— Ann Kleeman
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