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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 2, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                A Sunday April Obituaries Ema Serold King Ema Serold King 87 died March in San Antonio Born in Bui Verde oln Feb she worked as a Secretary for ZizikKearns Funeral Home location on Houston Street for 25 years She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church Mrs King is pre ceded in death by her husband Charles James King Mrs King is survived by her step son Bruce King of El Paso brother Walter Serold and wife Alice of San Antonio sisters Alma Serold of San Antonio and Elva Holzmann and hus band Clarence of New Braunfels four stepgrandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews The family will receive friends at tjie ZizikKearnsRiebeSaunders Funeral Home on Sunday from 3 until 5 Funeral service will be Tuesday April 4 at at the funeral home chapel Dr Steve Rode and Dr Doug Hester officiating Inter ment will follow in Ft Sam Houston National Cemetery Memorial contri butions may be made to Christ Luther fih Church 6720 Broadway San Anto nio TX 78209 Lawrence W Caldwell Lawrence W Caldwell 82 of New Braunfels died Wednesday March 29 1995 at McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr Caldwell was born Sept in Trumbull County Ohio to Clarence Caldwell and Carrie Belle Strickland Caldwell Mr Caldwell married Vivian Smith Caldwell in Ohio on Dec 24 1937 She preceded him in death in 1987 Mr Caldwell retired as a steel before moving to New Braun fgls 17 years ago He is survived by his stepson Robert W Seger three grandchildren Mark Seger and wife Clara Mictiael Seger and wife Dana Michelle Wilson and husband Royce and four greatgrand tihildren Erica Wilson Leslie Wilson Rebecca Seger and Robert Seger I Graveside service will be Monday 3 at 10 at Guadalupe Valley jllemorial Park Rev Harold Boettch officiating Visitation begins Satur ay at 10 and will continue until Monday Memorials may be ade to the charity of ones choice f UTAtf Olga M Krueger Olga M Krueger of New Braun fels passed away at Eden Home on Wednesday March at the age of 89 She was bom Dec 10 1905 in Lockhart to Karl and Minna Hage dorn Anton and married Elmo Krueger on Dec 20 1924 in New Braunfels Her husband preceded her in death on Dec 14 1983 Mrs Krueger was a housewife and a member of St Paul United Church of Christ in Lockhart Survivors include a daughter Elno ra Kraft and her husband Roland of New Braunfels a son Karl William Krueger and his wife Lorene of New Braunfels a sister Minnie Wilson of Lockhart sistersinlaw Frieda Anton of Lockhart Hedwig Krueger of San Antonio and Etelka Krueger Nora Beaver and Norma Krueger all of New Braunfels grandchildren Sharon Kay Halm Martha Lynn Rogers Paul Kraft Karlene Krueger Russel Krueger and Ellen Milam 9 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews Funeral services were held Satur day April 1 1995 at 2 at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with Rev Richard Carse officiating Inter ment followed at Memory Lawn Memorial Park in San Marcos Visitation began at Thurs day and continued until service time on Saturday at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Memorials may be giv en to St Paul United Church of Christ in Lockhart or to Eden Home Inc Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Margarita Zamora Espinoza Margarita Zamora Espinoza of New Braunfels passed away Thursday March 30 1995 at the age of 44 She was bom on July in San Mar cos to Ricardo and Paz Martinez Zamora Sr and married Jose Valdemar Espinoza on April 26 1980 in San Marcos Mrs Espinoza was an occu pational nurse at Mission Valley Mills and a member of the Holy Family Catholic Church She was preceded in death by her father Ricardo Zamora brothers Frank Zamora and Gilbert Zamora and a sister Gloria Zamora Juarez Survivors include her loving hus band Jose Valdemar Espinoza of New Braunfels sons Monclovio Carlos Espinoza and Isaac Espinoza both of New Braunfels stepdaughter Deanna Espinoza of New Braunfels grand children Leslie and Michael Martinez both of New Braunfels mother Paz M Zamora of San Marcos sisters and brothersinlaw Amelia Cortez Mary Z Prado Janie and Pedro De Los San tos Yolanda and Roland Barrientos all of San Marcos and Stella and Rocky Rodriguez of New Braunfels brothers and sisterinlaw Joe and Opal Zamora of Alabama Richard Zamora Jr of Kansas and Fernando Zamora of San Marcos numerous nieces and nephews A Rosary will be recited Sunday April 2 1995 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels at 7 A procession will leave the funer al home Monday April 3 at 9 and arrive at the Holy Family Catholic Church for a funeral Mass which will begin at 10 with the Stan ley Soria officiating Interment will follow at the San Juan Cemetery in Reedville Texas Visitation continues through Mon day morning Memorials may be given to Hospice New Braunfels Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Oracle M Vlllareal Gracie M Villarreal 31 of New Braunfels died March in New Braunfels She was born Aug 1 1963 in Sinton Texas to Jose and Mary Munoz Molina She had lived in New Braunfels since 1982 and was former ly of Seguin She was a licensed voca tional nurse at Eden Home She is survived by her husband John Villarreal of New Braunfels mother Mary Guerra of Seguin grandmoth er Isabel Munoz of Phoenix sister Isabel McCune of Seguin half brother Tony Guerra of Seguin and one niece Gabryl McCune of Seguin Memorial service is set for Tues day April 4 1995 10 at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home There will be a memorial visitation starting at 5 Monday and continuing until ser vice time Tuesday Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Heart Association calling for help A call from the Comal County Chapter of the American Heart Asso ciation is just a heartbeat This Tuesday April 4 local volun teers will begin calling area residents asking them for their continuing sup port through a New Braunfels residents can honor someone they help save someone they dont know Its possi of their gift from the the new American Heart Associations Tribute card Tribute cards are thoughtfully sent to friends relatives or colleagues on special occa sions such as an anniversary birthday promotion or graduation Comal County Chapter Treasurer and personincharge of memorials Wib Amacher says Tribute cards are mailed within one working day after we receive an order And you receive a receipt for your taxdeductible gift which remains Financial contributions through AHAs Tribute cards help support new research and educational programs that will help reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and nations No 1 killer Tribute cards can be obtained by calling tollfree 18002428721 AHA requests a minimum donation of for each single Tribute card order The AHA is the largest voluntary health agency in the that works to reduce disability and death from car diovascular diseases and stroke Last year the association spent more than million for research support public and professional education and community programs Celebrate the life of someone you care about by sending an AHA Tribute card on their special occasion Its a gift that offers hope and caring to so many Local News Local News Local News New Braunfels HeraldZeitung at Friday Blues Trippers 812 No Cover 9643992 VI 4 Canyon Lake Saturday Katz Johnson 91 ROCKNROU 20 Years Combined Experience Airlines Cruises Rental Cars Vacation Packages Local Friendly Service 210 6081470 Brtlnd High Sesquicentennial Special off ALL menu items IP Monday pm K 5pm8pm 25 Sun 12 noon Limited Time Only Beverages other discounts excluded Fri Sun Mon Thur IMMOIV WAMIVS MAJOll PAY N E r un 130 330 530 735036 Mon Thur 630 735 836 FriSun Mon Thur Kln79Kd4n Born To Be Wil FriSun 120520830 MonThur 620830 FriSun Mon Thur FriSun IHISIIN IIOIIMAN MonThur IIKNK fin MonThur 630830 FriSun Mon Thur in 2 I i I TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE If s 3 I Pi II ACROSS 1 Ocean vessel 5 Cut in small cubes 10 Make a furrow 14 Scottish lake 15 Bridegrooms attendant 16 Goon horseback 17 Margarine 18 Red Cross founder Barton 19 Tennis pro Nastase 20 Adorned 22 Paid the bill 24 Type of sculpture 25 Commotion 26 Roman orator 29 Roof opening 33 Singer Yoko 34 Jazz pianist Blake 36 Scatter about 37 and rave 39 Outdoor area 41 Ivy League school 42 Celestial messenger 44 Type 46 Pullover 47 Inclinations 49 Passionate 51 Mouse to a cat 52 Green Gables heroine 53 Capital of Alaska 56 Absorbed 60 On top of 61 Island 63 Cover the surface of 64 Yemens port 65 space 66 Pitcher Hershiser 67 Inquisitive 68 Poor 69 Writer Morrison DOWN 1 Untidy person 2 Excavation 3 Frosted 4 The moon personified 5 Easy to do 6 Small island 7 African country 8 Poets always 9 Cold 10 Ranking 11 Graceful rhythm 12 Garfield pooch 13 Tidy the garden 21 Preserve in a way 23 Greases 25 Coil of yarn 26 Shade of pink PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED Double your family funf Enjoy twice the fun and excitement Catch these 2 special events at the Comal County Fairgrounds 4195 1995 United Feature Syndicate 27 Silly 28 Chain dance 29 Locations 30 Fireplace 31 Troy 32 Chirp 35 Loose 38 Threeinch nail 40 Hothouse 43 Italian money unit 45 Sea eagle 48 Nerve cell 50 Tyrant 52 Came to the rescue 53 and Eva Peron 54 Hair style 55 Negative votes 56 on be overly fond of 57 Polynesian food 58 Level 59 Where to buy pastrami 62 Color 410pm Noon10pm UNLIMITED RIDES With wristbandonly when purchased in advance at Wuest Supermarkets SacnPac Stores and Sts Peter and Paul School Save money by buying in FOOD CONCESSIONS MIDWAY GAMES OF CHANCE The cleanest and safest carnival in the United States Sponsored by Sts Peter and Paul Catholic School April 2123 SWAP MEET CAR CORRAL Friday Saturday and Sunday Car Parts and Related Items CAR TRUCK SHOW Sunday only FOOD CONCESSIONS If you love cars this is the place to be Hosted By The New Biaunfels Rotary Club And The New Braunfels Aiea Car Club STUMPED Call for Answers e Touchtone w Rwary Phonw f9004543535 ext code 540 95t per minute CELEBRATE THE SESQUICENTENNIAUCOME TO BOTH THESE EVENTS AT THE COMAL CO FAIRGROUNDS FREE ADMISSION AND PARKING   

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