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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                g 0 Tuesday February Obituaries t Shirley Hassell Pry Mrs Shirley Hassell Fry of Canyon Lake died Sunday Feb 18 at the Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital in San Antonio at the age of 60 She was bom in the Bowman Community near Hubbard Texas on May She was raised in Hubbard where she worked for Gady Blount Variety Store and First State Bank of Hubbard before her marriage to William W Bill Fry She lived in the Canyon Lake area for the past 23 years where she and her husband owned and operated an art and frame gallery in New Braunfels and San Antonio Fry was a member of the Baptist religion Fry is survived by her husband William W Bill Fry of Canyon Lake bother Owen Ray Sonny Hassell of Bellmead sisters Venita McCarley of Round Rock Christine Hull of Richland Geraldine Neal of Mount Calm Vivian Wines of Irene and Betty Nolentubby of Daisy Okala homa She is preceded in death by her parents Vernon and Marie Johansen Hassell Funeral services will be held at 2 on Tuesday Feb 29 1996 at the Wade Funeral Home in Hubbard with Rev Ricky Woodall officiating Inter ment will be at Fairview Cemetery in Hubbard Her nephews will serve as pallbearers The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 Ella Mae Chelf Ella Mae Chelf of New Braunfels died at McKenna Memorial Hospital on Feb 18 1996 at the age of 55 She was born in Yorktown Texas on August 16 1940 to Raymond Saun ders and Martha Leona Machost and was a homemaker Chelf is survived by her mother Martha Leona Saunders of New Braunfels daughters Kadidra Mills and husband Charles of New Braunfels Shelly VanHeel of Universal City Starlina Nicholson and husband Frank of Schertz RhondaWaters of New Braunfels Frances Post and husband Patrick of New Braunfels and Peggy Castillo and husband Richard of New Braunfels sons Steve Chelf of New Braunfels and Henry Chelf and wife Christina of New Braunfels sisters Joyce Garrison and husband Jerry of Iowa and Nell Rose Rustand and hus band Jim of Canyon Lake brothers Raymond Lee Saunders of New Braunfels Lawrence Saunders and wife Pat of New Braunfels Larry Richard Saunders and wife Shirley of Dallas Gilbert Saunders of New Braunfels and Milton Saunders of New Braun fels half brother Marvin Saunders of Houston and 20 grandchildren Funeral services will be on Wednes day Feb at 2 at the New Braunfels Christian Church with the Rev RickBartlett officiating Visitation will begin Tuesday 1 to 9 Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Priscilla Rae Miller Priscilla Rae Miller of New Braun fels died on Sunday Feb at Kirkwood Manor at the age of 82 Services will be Tuesday Feb 20 1996 at 10 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with Rev Dr Gordon Graham officiating A private inter ment will be held at Stockdale City Cemetery There will be no visitation at the funeral home Memorial contributions may be made to the Arthritis Foundation or to HospiceNew Braunfels Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Bertha Donop Mrs Bertha Donop 99 died Mon day February 12 1996 in a New Braunfels Nursing Home Funeral services will be at Wednesday February 21 in the First United Methodist Church in Mason with Pastor Donald Duncan of the Tree of Life Fellowship officiating and Clay Hall pastor of the First United Methodist Church in Mason assisting Burial will be held in the Gooch Ceme tery in Mason under the direction of Mason Funeral Home Mrs Donop was bom November 22 1896 in Schertz Texas She was mar ried to Charlie Donop November 25 1920 at Schertz She was a Methodist and had been a long time resident of Mason County She was preceded in death by her husband September 28 1984 a daugh ter Beatrice Schlots June 11 1983 and a grandson Carl Wayne Donop June Survivors include a son and daugh terinlaw Carleton and Helen Ruth Donop of New Braunfels a sonin law Donald Schlots and wife Jean of Linwood New Jersey four grandchil dren and two greatgrandchildren The family requests that memorials be made to the Scholarship Memorial Fund New Braunfels ISD Attn Lonnie Curtis 430 West Mill New Braunfels 78130 or the First United Methodist Church Mason Texas 76856 Serving as pallbearers are Herbert Donop Nolan Donop Chester Elle bracht Mike Jordan all of Mason David Vater of San Angelo and Neal Donop of China Jack M Haynes Memorial services for Jack M Haynes will held at Faith United Church of Christ on Friday Feb 23 at 3 Nina Florine Eilers Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Nina Florine Eilers of New Braunfels She died Monday at McKenna Memorial at the age of 82 GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 62964OO IH 35 and Walnut Avc BROKEN Frl ARROW TRAVOLTA El fcWMB Messages of Hope for a World in Turmoil REVELATION SPEAKS Bible Study Date February 22 and each Thursday thereafter Time Place 6 to 7 2990 West San Antonio Street Cost Free Study guide provided Child care available on premises Cal 210 6081839 for more information Happy TUMJW Gilmore 38 riSSi Adam Sandier E33 ttw 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hear speeches and celebrate The Republic of Texas flag was low ered and replaced by the flag re enacting the ceremony a century and a half ago that marked the formal tran sition of governmental power That February day was the end of a proud chapter in our wonderful states history and while it changed the nature of our government it did not change the nature of our Gov George W Bush told a crowd esti mated at about many of them youngsters bused from school for the occasion Texas is still the land of dreamers and doers of rugged individualists willing to take risks Texas is a place of and a place of unlimited Among those joining Bush for Mon days celebration at the Capitol were his wife Laura Sen Kay Bailey Hutchison RTexas and Austin May or Bruce Todd WOT TRAVEL Max Wommack Jr for Sheriff of Comal County not publicity will be my concern I Will effectiveness of Comal County by f l4fe dePWty turnover agendas what you di Paid political announcement Seelhammer Treasurer Public Notice Pursuant toHB 2128 Section Southwestern Bell Telephone Company has filed an application with the Public Utility Commission of Texas PUC to provide interim number portability to holders of certificates of convenience and necessity certificates of operating authority and service provider certificates of operating authority This filing has been assigned Docket No 14940 Interim number portability is provided to allow cus tomers to retain the use of their telephone number if they change their provider of local telephone ser vice within the same exchange Persons who wish to comment on this appli cation should notify the commission by March 22 1996 Requests for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of Texas 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard Suite 400N Austin Texas 78757 or you may call the Public Utility Commission Public Information Office at 512 4580256 or 512 4580221 teletypewriter for the deaf Aviso Publico Southwestern Bell Telephone Company segun el HB 2128 Seccion han hecho una peticion de tarifas con la Comision de Servicio Publico de Texas para proveer numeros portables provisionales a los que tengan certificados de necesidad y conveniencia certificados de autoridad operacional y certificados de proveedores de servlcio con autoridad operacional A esa peticion le ha sido asignadas el sumario de causa No 14940 Estos numerous scran proveido para permitirles a esos clientes que lo deseen retener el uso de su numero de telefono en caso de que decidan cambiar su proveedor de servicio local telefonico dentro de la misma central telefonica Las personas que deseen hacer comentarios acerca de esta aplicacion deben notificar a la comision antes del 22 de Marzo de 1996 Mas information puede ser pedida por correo a la Comision de Servicios Publicos de Texas 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard Suite 400N Austin Texas 78757 o usted puede llamar a la Oficina de Informacion al Publico de la Comision de Servicios Publicos telefono 512 4580256 or al numero 512 4580221 de la maqujna de escribir telefonica para las personas sor Southwestern Bell Telephone Edmund Kuempel In the Best Texas Tradition Edmund Kuempel has a solid rec rd of leadership in our district and in the state legislature he is a fighter for the principles Texans believe in Wlienever I need to talk with him Edmiind Kuempel is always there He discusses the issues find listens to what I have to say That s iahal I expect from my representative LaVerne Cudabac Canyon Lake As me anticipated yourNFIB Voting Regard is Robert Howden National Federation of Independent Business Thanks for continuing your work as The Conservative Voice at the State Keep up the right r r Texas Association of Concerned Taxpayers A special thank you from the voca cerely appreciated It is gratifying to know you are attuned He has provided outstanding support i legislature for Texas higher education University of Texas System chancellor sa Kuempel understands the issues facing t Texas and is willing to offer productive s tional home economics teachers in Texas and the students who urill have the opportunity to experience vocational education because of one gentleman who won t give up on them We appreciate you Vocational Hotne Economics Teachers Association of Texas Thank you for your commitment to conservative principles The Free Market Committee Your suppmt andjour consideration of issues that improve the lives of older Texans are sin KennethHvf American Association of Retired Persons Texas Legislative Committee lo Farm Bureaus conservative and constitutional Guadalupe Farm Bureau those the sthe 1 Edmund te State of vlutions to Woodward Seguin Edmund Kuempel has worked hard to Republican Party in our area He attenc every function we have and always gives effort Hes been therefor us and I know count on uildthe virtually his time and we can always Patsy Newton Canyon Lake REPUBLICAN Our Sfc fe Representative Pd Pot Kuempel I7S9 Willow Creek Segwn Texas 78155   

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