Monthly Archives: May 2011

Stories of Lustige Strumpf intrigue, puzzle historians

By Myra Lee Adams Goff Have you ever heard of a place called “der Lustige Strumpf“? In English, it means “the lusty stocking”. Sounds a little suspicious, doesn’t it? Its background and location are a little shady and a little … Continue reading

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New Braunfels newspaper has changed with the times

By Myra Lee Adams Goff When our town was only 7 years old, citizens saw a need for a newspaper. These citizens organized themselves into a company and through public subscription financed what became the second oldest continuous newspaper in … Continue reading

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When the world was changing, but Camp Warnecke wasn’t

By Myra Lee Adams Goff NEW BRAUNFELS – Let’s take a trip to Camp Warnecke. Most of you know where it was, but if you don’t, think of the Schlitterbahn Waterparks property between the San Antonio Street Bridge and the … Continue reading

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