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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 20, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                Deaths Dorothy Lois Reed Graveside services for Dorothy Lois Reed of 104 Glenbrook will be held 11 Wednesday at Hose Hill Burial Park ih Port Worth with the Claude Freeze died at McKenna Memorial The daughter of Gilbert Lawrence and Leona nee Fox she was born in She worked as a pharmaceutical clerk until she Reed has been a resident of New Braunfels for only 5 She was affiliated with the Baptist Survivors include a Sylvia Ball of Floresville two Marvin Reed of Groesbeck and David Reed of Royce City three Wanda Nita Crozier and Lorraine all of Fort Worth a brother Clyde Scoggin of Fort Worth nine grandchildren and one great Lula Dawson Services were today at 1 in Waco for Lula who died 18 at McKenna Memorial Arrangements were under the direction of Wilkerson and Hatch ih Waco and Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New She is survived by two Bill Dawson of Seguin and Jim Dawson of San Antonio seven grandchildren and 10 Dawson was preceded in death by her William and Marie Sylvia Meckel Services were today at 2 at Zoeller Funeral Home for Sylvia of 811 Oasis who died 18 at Southwest Methodist Hospital in San Burial was in Mountain Valley The Friedrich Rest Meckel was born in Guadalupe County to Alwin and Frieda Adams She married Fritz Meckel 1927 in New He died in The long time resident of Comal County was a nurses She is survived by two Betty Witt and Sandra both of New Braunfels Stanley Meckel of New Braunfels six grandchildren and one Henry Almaraz Henry Almaraz of Bfox died 19 at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Services will be Wednesday at 2 at Josephs Catholic Church with Bernard Mullaney Burial will be in Josephs Catholic Arrangements are under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Almaraz was born July 1902 in He married Conchita Villa in December 1943 and had lived in New Braunfels since He was a retired tailor for Frost Brothers in Corpus Christi and a member of Josephs Catholic He is survived by his Con chita Almarz of Corpus Christi Rosie Hamlet of Nora Atchley of Teague and Clara Cardenas of Me Allen Henry Almaraz of Corpus Christi and Louis Almaraz of Oklahoma City Constanza Aranda of Mexico and Juana Castaneda of Nuevo Mexico Angel Almaraz of Mexico and nine Frieda Link Eickenroht Frieda Link died 16 at Eden Home for the Services were 19 at First Protestant United Church of Christ with the Linwood Kennedy Burial was in Lone Oak Eickenroht was born 1893 in Guadalupe County to Fritz and Christina Glenewinkel She married Albert Eickenroht March 1942 at Friedens United Church of He djed in She lived in Clear Springs before moving to New 42 years The r was a member of First United Church of Clear Spring Hirnwiy ami She is survived fcy a Olivia Reininger of San Ella Elmer of New praunfels ojur gran4pihjyiJren two great graAdchildren and three stepgreat Memorials may be made to Protestant United Church of Eden Home for tfc or the 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WHITS COST CUTTER LOW PRICES PLUS DOUBLE MANUFACTURERS COUPONS Chamber to handle porthole paperwork By PATRICIA Y2NAGAKING Wire editor The Chamber of Commerce will write to the Texas Water Com mission to get permits to close the portholes of two dams in the The Chamber heard a report last month which stated that closing the portholes would add at least 184 million acre feet of water to the Edwards Delbert chairman of the Natural Resources told chamber directors Monday that County Judge Fred Clark requested that the chamber take care of the paperwork to get the portholes The county commissioners voted last month to close the por tholes in dams 3 and which are located on Blieders Creek Dam and the EikelBlank Although Chamber President Robert Orr and Chamber Executive Vice President Tom Purdum said that the chambers staff was stret ched they agreed that closing the portholes was too important an issue to Purdum said the project was too important to let go and added that the chamber will put other projects on the back burner until the permits are Chamber members asked George why the county had not approved closing the portholes on dams 1 and especially since dam the Schuetz has a potential to allow 92 million acre feet of water into the aquifer recharge George reported that the landowners at those sites wanted compensation because the extra water would affect their Three advance to state choir Three of the 25 middle school and high school Comal ISD vocalists who performed in the AllRegion Choir concerts last weekend in San Antonio will advance to area state Charles Surface and Jennifer both of Smithson Valley High and Teresa Moehrig of Canyon High have earned the right to advance to AllState area auditions in Corpus Christi in Others who performed with the All Region Choir were David Laura Highland and Paul all of SVHS and Jerry Albert Natal and Patrick all of Ninth graders who performed in the freshmen treble choir were Pam Liliana Lynda Dierks and Belinda all of Canyon Middle School students who performed with the AllRegion middle school choir were Karen Larry Daniel David Joey Stephanie Ray Conni Julio Elaine Trisha Reeder and Kim Gibbs named to allstate orchestra Susan a senior at Smithson Valley High has been selected as first chair fljite player for the AllState She also played first chair in the AllRegion which per formed in concert last week in San The AllState group will perform in concert on at the Convention Center in San Gibbs is a piccolo player in the SVHS Ranger Band and a member of the San Antonio Youth SPECIAL DETAILS IN STORl 100s Success for thf borrowing Information   

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