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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday March A A Obituaries Leona Jackson Lcona Jackson of New Braunfels died Friday March at McKen na Memorial Hospital at the age of 79 She was born Dec 17 1915 in Boonesville Texas to Will and Ora Mac Morris Womack She married Cliff Jackson Sept in Corpus Christi She lived in New Braunfels since 1945 She was a homemaker and belonged to First Baptist Church She was a member of the Business and Profes sional Womens Club of New Braun fcls She was the citycounty health director in New Braunfels for 10 years She and her husband Cliff owned the Plaza Coffee shop in New braunfcls in the late 1940s She and her husband also began the Ditch Witch of South Texas in 1966 and retired in 1974 She is survived by her husband Cliff Jackson of New Braunfels daughters JoAnne Orcnder and husband Wayne of New Braunfels and Betty Chew and her husband Dick brothers Loyd Womack of Lake Jackson Texas Don Womack of New Braunfels and Womack of Chico Texas five grand children and nine greatgrandchildren She was preceded in death by a sis ter Claudia Handy Funeral service will be at 11 Monday March at First Baptist Church with Dr Gordon Graham and Rev Bill Arnold officiating Burial will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Visitation will begin at 8 Sun day and continue until Mon day at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Memorials may be given to Eden Home Inc or to the First Baptist Church Building Fund Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Anna L Meyer Anna L Meyer of New Braunfels died at her home March 3 1995 at the age of 70 years She was born Jan 2 1925 in Nazareth PA She lived in New Braunfels for 26 years and was a former resident of Beeville Texas She was a member of Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church Survivors include husband William K Meyer of New Braunfels daughters Susann D Scotti of New Braunfels and JoAnn C Odenwelder Hughes of Austin sons William A Meyer of New Braunfels and Kenneth C Odenwelder of New Braunfels sister Josie Bassett of Windgap PA brother Alex Com pany of Nazareth PA and grandchil dren Chad and Brandy Odenwelder of Pineville SC Eric and Dustin Graves of New Braunfels and Earl Bassett of Nazareth Funeral service will be at 10 Tuesday March 7 at Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Msgr Edward Bily officiating Entombment to follow at Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery Mausoleum A Rosary will be recited Monday at 7 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Visitation will begin at 5 Monday and continue until Tuesday Memorial contributions may be made to HospiceNew Braunfels Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Genevieve Powell Jackson Adams Gcncvicvc Powell Jackson Adams passed away at the Eden Home Thurs day March 2 1995 at the age of 84 She was a long time resident of New Braunfcls and a member of the First United Methodist Church and The Eagles Auxiliary of which she served as an Inside Guard She had many friends here and loved all her activities She is survived by a daughter Mrs Weldon Wersterfer and a son Donald Jackson three grandchildren Robert Jackson and his wife Dawn Cathy Wersterfer and Cindy Wersterfer and two greatgrandchildren Heyden jack son and Connor Wersterfer A grand child Sandra Jackson preceded her in death She is also survived by a sister Mrs Geraldine Zawalski of Shreve port LA Services will be Monday march 6 at 2 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with interment at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Pallbearers will be jack Borchers Reagan Rodney Reagan Hugo Nowotny Charles Schriewer and Ray mond Staats Memorials may be given to the Alzheimers Foundation The First United Methodist Church to Eden Home or to the charity of ones choice Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Lula Theresa Schwab Martinez Lula Theresa Schwab Martinez age 71 of New Braunfels died Saturday March 4 1995 at her residence She was born April 13 1923 in New Ulm Texas to McDaniel and Ada Ehlert McDaniel She married Earhart Schwab in 1940 He preceded her in death in 1984 She married Victor Mar tinez in 1987 She was a housewife and a member of the Catholic Church Survivors are her husband Victor Martinez daughters Margaret Nelson of Kalkasha Michigan Martha Nick el of College Station Martha Coiro of Tulsa Oklahoma Marcy Morris and Marilyn Neuse both of New Braunfels Monica Leal of Con verse and a stepdaughter Vicky Carrillo of New Braunfels sons Andrew Schwab of New Braunfels Joe Schwab of Fort Worth TX Alphonse Schwab of Marion TX Gre gory Schwab of Natalia TX Stepson Victor Martinez of New Braun fels brother Calvin McDaniel ofCibo lo TX 25 grandchildren and a spe cial friend Ethel Dupas She was preceded in death by a son Matthew Schwab and a daughter Maria Schwab A rosary will be recited Tuesday March 7 at 7 at the Zoeller Funer al Home Chapel Funeral services arc Wednesday March 8 at 10 at the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Msgr Eugene OCallaghan offi ciating Interment to follow in the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Ceme tery Visitation begins after 5 Sun day and continues until Wednesday at the funeral home Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels Ultima IPs sixpiece gift Book of Beauty Volume II is yours free with any Ultima II purchase of or more Main characters The Nakeds Eye Color two shades of Super Luscious Lipstick a 5oz Smart Move a Head Over Heels Fragrance sample and Palsies Mascara in Blackest Black Copies limited one to a customer please while supplies last Cosmetics BEALLS June Huntley June Huntley formerly June lee of Canyon Lake Texas died Thursday March at Metropolitan Hospi tal in San Antonio at the age of 69 Mrs Huntley was born Nov 13 1925 to Claud Cleveland Box and Dorothy Bales Box in Quanah Texas Having lived in New Braun fels for many years and raising her family she met and married Don Hunt ley in 1983 She was a retired teachers aid from Cpmal Independent School District For over 20 years she was pianist for the Canyon High School and Canyon Middle School choirs She and Mr Huntley were avid ham operators their call letters being KB5CUR and KB5CUQ She was affectionately known as Mumbles over the air waves Mrs Huntley is survived by her hus band Don Huntley of Canyon Lake Texas two daughters Nancy C Williamson of California Cindy L Yeargan of New Braunfcls two step daughters Donalyn Bonn of San Anto nio Dcbra Treat of Schertz three sons Robert C Lee of Houston James F and Reid A Lee of New Braunfcls seventeen grandchildren and one great grandchild three nieces and one nephew Funeral services will be Monday march 6 at Zoeiler Funeral Home at with Rev Lew Wade offici ating Visitation begins Saturday at and continues until service time Monday Memorials may be made to the charity of ones choice Obituary policy The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung publishes death notices under the following guide lines A charge of per column inch for all obituaries with full information including brief information regarding persons life and accomplishments surviving family members etc Death notices which contain only the name of the deceased time of death and information about services is published at no All obituaries must be submitted for publication through a funeral home Herald26itung charges are normally billed by the respective funeral home Deadlines for obituaries are weekdays and 4 Saturdays for Sunday For more information contact city editor Roger Croteau at 6259144 or Metro 6060846 Mary F Johnson Mary F Johnson of New Braunfcls died Monday Feb 27 1995 at San Antonio Regional Hospital at the age of 82 Mrs Johnson was born in Rockdalc Texas March 14 1912 to Robert Emerson Thweatt and Ailcnc Williams Thwcatt In 1931 she married Mannon A Johnson who preceded her in death in 1976 in San Antonio She is survived by one son Al John son and wife Frances of California four grandchildren Allen Johnson of Houston Andy Johnson Susan John son Anne Johnson all of California four greatgrandchildren Tara John son Joshua Johnson Rachel Johnson and Garet Johnson Funeral services will be Monday March 6 at Zoeller Funeral Home at 10 with Rev Fred Martin offici ating Interment will follow at Fort Sam Houston national Cemetery Vis itation begins Sunday at 10 and will continue until service time Mon day Memorials may be made to Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital PO Box 58 Gonzalcs TX 78629 IKMl I UMOI wiT Frederick C DAlbini Jr Frederick C DAlbini of Salina Kansas passed away at his residencebaa on March 1 1995 at the age of Funeral services will be held at the no First United Methodist Church in Sali na on Saturday March at I The family suggests that memorials may be given to the Ronald McDonald Houses of Wichita Kansas or to the American Heart Association Ryan Mortuary Salina KS I insh gni ssiri Southwestern Bell Is Offering 21st Century AGAIN mmm Southwestern Bell Telephone Is Making Big Promises To Keep Its Monopoly Five years ago Southwestern Bell made a deal with Ihe Texas Public Utility Commission the PUC would postpone rate hearings and loosen regulation if Bell would upgrade 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