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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Friday Jan Obituaries Marjorie Karbach I Marjorie Karbach nearly 83 of New Braunfels died peacefully January after a brief nlness She was preceded in death by her parents Frank C and Maud Karbach of New Braunfels her son Robert frank Lowry her husband Rev M Dick Lowry pastor in die Southwest Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church and by her second husband Carl M Stromberger f She was born January 23 1912 in temple Texas and received a Bache lor of Arts degree from Southwestern University in Georgetown and a Mas fers of Christian Education from SMU Dallas Marjorie married Madison Dick Lowry in 1936 and lived as a devoted pastors wife serving Methodist church es in Waco Chatfield Troy Lakeview Rosa Hebbronville Center Point Karbach Goldthwaite Kenedy San Antonio Llano San Angelo Gonzales Hondo Stromberg er Hunt Bulverde and Blanco In many of Jhese cities Marjorie taught in the public school system Fol lowing Rev Lowrys death in 1979 she remained an active leader in the United Methodist Women and was an out Istanding church visitor at New Braunfels First United Jvlethodist Church J While at Eden Home Marjorie served as the official jgreeter of new residents and was president of the Resi dents Council 5 Beloved sister mother and grandmother Marjorie is sur Ivived by her sister Ruth Ellis and husband Bill of New JBraunfels her son Thomas W and wife Alaire along Jwith grandson Michael currently at the University of Texas and grandson Ethan all of Austin Jon wife Anna of Ker rville grandson Madison Matt at the UT Health Science Center and wife Deanna of San Antonio and grandson Taylor at SMU daughter Ruth Ann Biggers and husband Oliver along with grandchildren Gwynna and Oliver II all of Mercer Island Washington and daughter Elizabeth L Minton and husband Gary along with grand children Lowry Jake Karbach all of Dallas A service of celebration and thanksgiving to God for the life of Marjorie Karbach will be held at on Saturday Jan at the First Unit ed Methodist Church in New Braunfels with the Rev Fred Martin officiating The family requests that in lieu of flowers memorials be sent to the M Dick and Marjorie K Lowry Ministerial Fund Perkins School of Theology SMU Dallas TX 75257 Earl S Dietert Earl S Dietert age 78 of New Braunfels died Thursday Jan at the Colonial Manor Care Center He was born Feb 17 1916 in Comal County to Bodo Dietert Sr and Alma Babel Dietert He married Marjorie Rose Dowdy on Oct in Boerne Mrs Dietert died in 1990 Mr Dietert was a retired farmer member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ Fraternal Order of the Eagles and was a lifetime member of the Freiheit Bowling Club Survivors are daughter Roxie Smeal of New Braun fels son Rocky Dieiert and his wife Linda of New Bravm fels sister Alma Nita Pape of Seguin brother Bodo Dietert Jr of New Braunfels four grandchildren Lynn Glen and Tina Smeal of New Braunfels Sandra Taylor and her hus band John of Uvalde Graveside services are Saturday Jan 14th at at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with Rev Richard Carse officiating Visitation continues Friday until Saturday The family appreciates the beauty of flowers but suggests that memorials be made to Hospice New Braunfels or to the Colonial Manor Care Center Annie L Hueter Funeral services for Annie L Hueter will be held Satur day Jan 14 at 10 at Church in the Valley at Canyon Lake Mrs Hueter was a resident of Canyon Lake Visitation will be held at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake today from 3 to 7 Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Helen L Arnold Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels for Helen L Arnold who died at Guadalupe Valley Nursing Center on Jan at the age of 98 She was born on Oct Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Weather data Low 65 High 73 Seele Science Club Low 51 High 72 1 inch of rain David Haynes Solms Pollen Count Cedar heavy Molds 560 moderate Pollen count provided by Dr Frank Hampel Todays weather Tonight clear and cold Low near 40 Light northwest wind Saturday sunny and mild High in the lower 70s Northwest wind near 10 mph Aquifer data Comal River Edwards Aquifer 380 up 25 feet same TRAVEL 1995 Cruise Alaska on Holland America OFF ms Nieuw Amsterdam May 20 June 3 July 29 Aug 17 Sept 9 ms Noordam May 18 June 22 July6 Aug 17 Sept 14 133 Landa Street GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave Albert Haas Albert Abie Haas of New Braunfels passed away Wednesday Jan in San Antonio at the age of 82 He was born December in Flatonia to Frank Paul Haas and Alma Keil Haas and married Caroline Kro nkosky in New Braunfels on Dec Formerly of San Antonio he was a New Braunfels resi dent for the past 11 years During World War II he served in the United States Army Air Corp Mr Haas was a retired restaurant owner and a member of St Paul Lutheran Church and the Elks Lodge of New Braunfels He also loved danc ing and was a member of the Starlite Dance Club Survivors include his wife Caroline Haas of New Braun fels a daughter Barbara Murdock and husband David of 4 Grand Prairie a son Albert John Haas Jr and wife Jane of Boeme two grandchildren David Murdock Jr and Jennifer Murdock of Grand Prairie and three brothers Edmund Haas of Del Rio Clifton Haas and Leroy Haas both of Seguin Funeral services will be held Saturday Jan 14 1995 at at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with inter ment to follow at Sunset Memorial Park The Rev Charles de Haven will be officiating Visitation will begin at noon Friday and continue until service time on Saturday The family suggests that in lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to St Paul Lutheran Church Eden Home or to the charity of ones choice Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home and Bud Light presents Hat Trick Saturday January 14th Canyon Lake OPEN TIL 9643992 Hwy 306 FM2673 FREE HAMBURGER dd n cMra liMsr til regular iimln To Cu orders r SAT SUN MON IB wra fUE WED THUR DUMflER 250 junfile Book FRI TUE WED THUR SAT SUN MON TUE WED THUR SATSUNMON FRI TUE WED THUR KNIG HTiKi SAT SUN MON DEMON Drop ZoneDAILY Showing Only nn FRI TUE WED Til I I SAT SUN MON Culkin Disclosure DAILY 1 Michael Dimglas Showing Only Demi Mixire 9A5 i BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W Sad Antonio ALL SHOWS r FROZEN Daily Til RITAS Collision on Loop 337 sends one local man to McKenna Memorial Hospital ENTERTAINMENT Tuesday Monty Tyler Thursday Terri Hendrix Saturday Tim Mitchuin NO COVER By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer A collison in town early yesterday J morning sent one man to McKenna Hospital The accident occurred at approxi mately at the 900 block of Loop 337 According to reports a 1983 Jeep driven by a James Lindon of San Anto nio was headed north on the loop and apparently ran a red light A white Datsun driven by Ralph Wall of New Braunfels was headed inbound toward town with the green light and hit the Jeep said Officer Jesse Villarreal of the New Braunfels Police Department Witnesses confirmed the events said the officer The four occupants of the Jeep rang ing in age from 17 to 21 were thrown from the vehicle Gary Byrd of Bulverde the only Comal County resident was taken to McKenna Hospital where he was in stable condition Thursday afternoon said hospital officials The others were not seriously injured according to reports Officer Villarreal said none of the occupants were wearing seat belts SAT SUN MON FRI TUE WED THUR 500 SAT SUN MON FRI TUE WED THUR J fei Bowling Its the thing to do Daily a game with this ad Comal Bowl 6256263 expires 3195 TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE Lotto jackpot now worth million No tickets bought correctly matched all six numbers drawn Wednesday night for the twiceweekly Lotto Texas game state lottery officials said The jackpot was worth mil lion Lottery officials estimate the jack pot for Saturday nights game will be million Clarification The HeraldZeitung published in its Sunday Jan edition that Ben ny Cruz Carreon was arrested on drug charges on Saturday Jan 7 Instead Carreon was indicted and a warrant was issued for his arrest on Saturday Jan 7 He was arrested on Tuesday Jan 10 II The O 4CES Patio Cantina Now Twice The Size We have expanded A added Pool Darts Thursday Jan 12 JULES GLIESCHE Friday Jan 13QUARTER MOON Saturday Jan 14 REVIVAL BROTHERS Now Thur Frl Sat Happy Hour 49 All day Sunday River Rd 30 Open till 2am if 620RAFT Jan 15 no cover MCCOY For Information CaU 6061281 Seafood buffet We now offer a larger variety on our delicious allyoucan eat seafood buffet each Friday 640pm Adults Seniors Children 12 under 155 Hwy 46 S t New Braunfels 6259200 Union Avenue rgunftk 6200271 ACROSS 1 Connors or Ditka 5 Breeze 10 Eves garden 14 Poems 15 Scoundrel 16 Only 17 Playground apparatus 19 Wooden pins 20 Secret 21 Vessel with a spout 23 Troops 25 Glove 26 Hens families 27 Made sure of 30 Barnyard animals 31 Colorful language 33 Mongers tent 35 Loose robe 36 Type of natural resource 37 Gunk 38 Eat out 40 Smallest amount 42 Left 43 Soil enricher 45 Expresses ones views 47 Prickly seeds 48 Unfolded as a flower 49 Warsaws country 52 Felt sore 53 Australian birds 54 Put side by side 59 Hunting dogs for short 60 Cove 61 Garden intruder 62 Deuces successor 63 Bumps into 64 Mineral in seawater DOWN 1 Dads companion 2 Wedding promise 3 Barbies boyfriend 4 Some Arctic dwellers 5 Lack of moisture 6 Pajamas partners 7 Seaweed product 8 Mink or sable 9 Trying out 10 Understanding 11 diving 12 Therefore 13 Birds home 18 Oklahoma city 22 And so on abbr 23 Type of numeral 24 Cheese for PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 11395 1995 Uniled Feature Syndicate grating 25 Back to the salt 26 Type of nail 27 Gemstone weight 28 Oregon city 29 Talked on and on 32 Loamy soil 34 Small children 39 Diplomats base 40 Joseph Conrad novel 41 Formal attire for men 42 Portholes 44 Wordplay 46 Chirp 48 Vocal group 49 Skin 50 Poet Khayyam 51 Oil job 52 Wheel part 55 One in Paris 56 Body of water 57 Electric 58 Insecticide STUMPED Call for Answers 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