Not related. Found a few items with some names from newspaperarchive.com site:
San Antonio Express San Antonio, Texas June 4, 1926 Page 6 Mrs. ANN OBAR Kerrville, June 3: The body of Mrs. ANN OBAR, 90 year old Texas pioneer, who died here at the home of her daughter, Mrs. MARY NEWTON, has been sent to Gonzales for burial. Mrs. Obar was born in North Carolina on Dec. 20, 1836 and moved to Texas during the early days. For 20 years she had been a Kerr County resident.
San Antonio Light San Antonio, Texas
August 28, 1927 Page 10 Girl Winner of Comic Prize Among the names of student who participated in a comic strip coloring contest: VIOLA THUEM of Gonzales.
April 26, 1932 Page 3 In a group picture of Brackenridge high school debate team, the names: GLADYS REID, LEONARD FRANK, MAURINE BROOKS, STANLEY ALFORD and VIOLA THUEM. (there are some other articles about Viola Theum during the high school years in the San Antonio Light newspaper)
May 5, 1936, there is an article about boys from high schools with track lettermen, among them, OSCAR THUEM of Tech..
February 16, 1944 Page 19 Khaki Facts Sgt. GILBERT R. THUEM, whose wife Mrs. ELIZA LOUIS THUEM lives in Johnson City, is with an air service command unit in England. He is a former student of Breckenridge High school.
Then there are some items similar to this: San Antonio Light May 23, 1940 Page 9 5 More Charges Are Filed on 2 Youths Five more joint complaints charging robbery by assault with firearms were filed against OSCAR THUEM, 19 of 1023 Schley Ave. and RALPH EDWARD STROUD, 17, ...
San Antonio Light August 27, 1958 Page 19 Divorces granted: OSCAR THUEM and GLADYS THUEM
October 23, 1966 Page 90 Mr. Bailey to Wed Miss Mitchell The engagement of Miss JENNY SUE MITCHELL of this city to THOMAS WALTER BAILEY, son of Mrs. OSCAR D. THUEM of San Antonio, has been announced...
San Antonio Express San Antonio, Texas March 4, 1971 Page 38 Obits Thuem Mr. GILBERT R. THUEM, 53, died in Galveston, Texas, February 28. Survivors: Mother and step-father Mr. and Mrs. C. P. MACHALEC, brother OSCAR R. THEUM; sister, Mrs. CLAUD J. BONAM, all of San Antonio; several nieces and nephews. Services at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 4, Roy Akers' Funeral Chape; 515 N. Main Ave.; Dr. CLAUDE J. BONAM officiating. Interment at Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery with military honors.
San Antonio Light Jan. 12, 1960 Page 23 End Visit Mr. and Mrs. E. J. FLATLEY returned to their home in Des Moines after a visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. OSCAR D. THUEM.