Funeral Info for Bernie Marquardt Wilde

On Monday afternoon, Bernie passed away.

Funeral arrangements:

Monday 9/27/21

St. John’s Lutheran Church Arnold
3517 Jeffco Boulevard
Arnold, MO 63010
636-464-0096

Visitation 9-11am
Service 11:00am
Interment to follow

https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/berniemarquardtwilde
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Sad News

For the family and friends of AHS and the Museum, Bernie Wilde is a key player. Bernie and Roy were at the car show just weeks ago and LOVED that so many people were able to participate!

Unfortunately, things are not going well for Bernie, and she is back in the hospital.

If you would like to see more info, please reference her Caring Bridge site and/or her Facebook page. We are trying to keep the info up to date there.

https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/berniemarquardtwilde

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Car Show…. coming up August 14th!!!

We hope you can join us.

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May 1 Celebration

On May 1, the AHS Museum had a lovely celebration of the birthday of Louisa Frederitzi Cody and our grand re-opening.

Pictured: Left side is Diane Scherer Schmitt and right side is Lynn Donnelly with Cody look-alike, Bob Flamm, of the Arnold Historical Society.

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MAY 1 – Louisa Frederitzi Cody Birthday Celebration & AHS Museum Re-opening

Relatives and friends of Louisa Frederitzi Cody will gather at the Arnold Historical Museum on Saturday May 1 at 1 pm to hang a banner celebrating Louisa Frederitzi Cody’s birthday on May 27.

Rain date will be Saturday, May 8.

May 1 is also the re-opening day for the AHS Museum.

During May there will be a display of all items collected by Buffalo Bill Cody look-alike, Bob Flamm.

Visitors are encouraged to stop by and see the collection.

Louisa was born in Arnold on May 27, 1844 in a home on Frederitzi Lane which is next to the museum. Her family were founding members of Immaculate Conception Church where she was baptized. Louisa met and married Buffalo Bill Cody on March 6, 1866.

Many of Louisa’s relatives are buried in Historic Richardson Cemetery located ½ mile west of Vogel Road on Richardson Road.

The Arnold Historical Society also maintains the cemetery.

We hope you will come by to join us!

Please remember to wear a mask.

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Reopening May 1 !

The Arnold Historical Society members met March 8 to make plans for reopening and make decisions for future meetings and events. Our next newsletter will provide that and lots of other news.

Hot news

The AHS Museum will be open Saturdays Only

12-4pm

after May 1st

Please wear a mask!

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Activity Suspended

Unfortunately, the pandemic and COVID are now impacting the museum.

The Arnold Historical Society is suspending all meetings until Feb. 8, 2021. 

The Annual Meeting that is always held in November will be held Sunday afternoon, March 7, 2021. 

All fundraising projects are also on hold until 2021.

The museum will remain closed unless an appointment is set up to tour the museum. Otherwise, it will remain closed until Spring 2021 to prevent having to disinfect the many items stored there.

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Change in AHS Museum Hours

For the foreseeable future, the AHS Museum will be open on Saturdays by appointment only.

Please contact Bernie Wilde at 636-375-1106 to schedule your visit. Please give us 1 day notice for your visit.

Masks will be mandatory within the museum to protect everyone, and to avoid having to do a massive cleaning of the artifacts.

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SUCCESS!!! The 2020 Car Show was AMAZING!

With an overcast sky and low humidity, 70 cars came to the Arnold Historical Society show on Saturday, Aug. 8, held at the Arnold VFW Post 2593. The cars were all socially-distances with a space between them and the drivers all wearing masks.

Cars of all ages and models included a 1926 Ford Model T, a ’64 Chevy Corvette, and ’66 Dodge Charger, ’67 Ford Mustang, a 1980 Datsun, a 2015 Mercedes Benz and all makes and models in between. We even a silver ’81 Delorian DMC12.

We had a state rep visit the show: Dan Shaul, as well as two councilmen: E. J. Fleischman and Tim Seidenstricker.

The Car Club trophy went to the Coachmens’ Club.

Participants’ Choice was won by Don Berry with his ’64 Ford Galaxy.

Best of Show went to Chuck O’ Dell with his 1965 Chevy Chevelle.

The weather was awesome, the group had a fantastic time, and we got everyone out before the rains came.

Stay tuned in 2021 for news of next summer’s event!

Check out all the fun photos!

Aug 24: I was able to add the photo of the DeLorean that was at our show. Scroll through the gallery to find it!

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2020 Car Show Updates

Check out all of the NEW info about the 2020 Car Show!

Click HERE!

Roy Wilde sat in a 1923 Ford, Model T Roadster owned by Jason Schiwitz.
The car is five years older than Roy.

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