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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 28, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday Feb HeraldZeitung 21 Contestants give it their all at New Braunfels Junior Miss Program April Rhelnlaender goes alrborn during her talent entry of Friday nights competition Emily McGuffey performs a ballet dance as her talent entry during Friday nights competition From left Katie Faust Lisa Poeck Clarissa Terry Laura Rogers Shawna Llndsey and April Rhelnlaender per form a physical fitness routine Casey Kneupper performs a dance Friday night STATION FULL BAR OPEN SUNDAYS FREE CATFISH DINNER With piffbhase of regular catfish dinner or of f single order Expires March Vanessa Sepulveda displays presence and composure at Friday nights competition Elizabeth Weisman Natalie Lane Anneke Kuehler Audrey Krueger Misty Freeman and Vanessa Sepulveda during Friday nights competi tion Photos by Michael Darnall FROZEN RITAS Dally Til Jaegerschnitzel Special mushrooms potato stir fry veggie NO COVER ENTERTAINMENT Tuesday Midnight Sky Thursday Dan McCoy Saturday Craze Obituary Gerald M Holzmann Sr Gerald Maurice Holzmann born in San Antonio on April died at McKenna Hospital on Saturday Feb 25 1995 after an extended ill ness Mr Holzmann began a career in railroading in San Antonio in 1925 as a messenger for the old international and great Northern Railroad vhich lat er became the Missouri Pacific Rail road and is todays Union Pacific Rail jroad He progressed through various positions in the railroads operating department including having worked in Palestine Kingsville Freeport and Mart Texas DeQuincy and Monroe Louisiana and Kansas City Missouri he became general manager of Jhe railroads northern lines ending Ills career as general manager of the southern lines in Houston In March 1974 after almost 50 years of service with the railroad Mr Holzmann and his wife Bemell retired in New Braun fels where he was active in the Knights of Columbus rising to the position of Grand Knight and was also President of the New Braunfels Optimist Club He is survived by his wife of 65 years Bernell son Gerald M Jr and wife Mary Ann of New Braun fels son Thomas A and wife Kay of San Antonio grandchildren Carrie Kraft and husband Jeff Kim Schom and husband Scott Debbie Parke and husband David Todd and Tim Holz mann greatgrandchildren Magan Sam and Paige Kraft and Ryan Parke also one brother Herbert P Holzmann of San Antonio A rosary was recited Monday evening at Docppenschmidt Funeral Home Funeral mass will be celebrated Tuesday Feb 28 1995 at at Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Msgr Edward Bily celebrant Entombment will follow at Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery Imme diately following the burial service a reception for friends and family will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall in New Braunfels The family has requested anyone wishing to send a memorial contribu tion may send them to the Sts Peter and Paul School Trust Fund Doeppenschmidt Funderal Home Deborah Stokes MJD 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