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Former Stevens School students reunite


Former Stevens School students reunite
Former students of the Stevens School near Floresville enjoy their second annual reunion April 16, (back, from left) Edmund Bauer, Melvin Barthold, Abe Garcia, Roger Mills, Wilfred Lowak, Herman Wolff, Victor Janek, Freddie Janek, Kenneth Boening, E.J. Kasper, Andrew Coldewey, (second row) J.C. Hierholzer, Walter Lowak, Richard Bauer, James Polasek, Janie Kappelman Lanford, Donald Kappelman, Mary Alice Kappelman Owens, Gloria Kappelman Wernli, Lorraine Kappelman Vontur, Dorothy Schneider Wenzel, Ethel Schneider Gressett, (third row) Nina Moran Martinez, Myra Wolff Whitlock, Alfreda Treier Pennington, Carolyn Bauer Hoefelmeyer, Mary Tkadlec Koenning, (front) Ginger Harrell Livingston, Lorrine Schneider Palitza, and Rosie Tkadlec Vasbinder.


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The second annual Stevens School reunion was held on April 16, 2011, in the old Webbville School site, which is now owned by Roger Mills, a former student of Stevens and Webbville schools. . . .

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