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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas March If ugh Alvln Hugh Alvln Snelllngs of San Marcos passed away March 16 1997 Ht the age of 73 years He was liborn March 17 1923 in Mador to Dorus and Pxlith Snclllngs He survived by his wife Janice Snelllngs of San Marcos his daughter Krlstl Curtis Klslk of Austin bin brother Clifton Snelllnp of Dalian two sisters Rulbellc Doane of Beaumont and Mary Alice Peoples Maflifleld Texas He also survived by two grandchildren Christopher and Jonathan Elslk of Austin and a Dorothy Nell Snellinp of Humble Texas Funeral services will be 3 Thursday March 20 1997 at the Thomason Funeral Home 2001 Ranch Road San Marcos Interment will follow at San Marcos City Cemetery The Rev Ron Hicks will officiate Visitation will be Wednesday from 5 to 7 Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Thomason Funeral Home San Marcos 512 3962300 Thompson Funeral Home Ban Marcos Dr JterfhM V Lelfesfe Dr Bertha V Leffeslc passed on from thin life March having been an educator find friend to her many students family and friends She was born in the family home in the Plehwevillc community in Mason County Texas on Aug 13 1898 to Christian and Sophie nee Lelfeste She began her leaching career in Paige Texas and then In Marlon Texas where she taught high school history and ftogllsb She taught one year 1926 in a fillesplc County school By this time she was convinced she needed more education and entered Southwest Texas Teachers College San Marcos In 1927 and graduated with her bachelor of arts In 1930 Meanwhile she was a student assistant and teacher at the school Bertha taught during the year of 1931 there and then moved on to Columbia University New York In 1932 she obtained her master of arts degree from the Teachers College Columbia She obtained a position at Clarion State Teachers College In northwestern Pennsylvania in 1932 She was named director of the Kinderprtcn and Primary Education Department Bertha was instrumental in establishing the first kindergarten in that part of the stale Between J939 and 1942 she attended the J Everyone whose name w on PAGEJL I of tlic New Phone Itook I WINS A FREE GAME at i QCDMLWL IBDWIL 6091033 Iw used within 4J Hours Z MM WWW Craig Wnlkcr THURSDAY itofejflL SATURDAY tHIngnyg UWISWOHT SMCIALS tation 1IIUMDAST NIWIRAUNfllS Haint Privare Parts Universfty of Pittsburgh and received her doctor of philosophy degree in education from that school In 1942 In IW she bepn teaching at the privately endowed National College of Education In Bvansfon III Here she instigated programs she felt were needed by teachers young and old to assist them in becoming better fitted for their jobs and to aid in the learning process for children Many summers she taught classes at the University of Eastern Michigan Vpsilantl or at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor or the University of Illinois Chicago branch In 1966 having been Irt the field of education for 51 years Hcrtbn retired first living in Chicago where she had many friends and than moving back to Texas Mere she retained her connection with the Delta Kappa fiamrna and Southwest Texas State University where she named an Outstanding Alumnus She WAS preceded in deith by her brother Irving sister Faye Krueger end friend and companion Dr Helen Barton 8ht Is wrvfved by a sister Van Delia of Iron Mountain numerous and nephews and other She will be Interred beifde her and brother at Sunset Memorial Park There will be a memorial service for Bertha V Uifeslest a later date San Antonio Funewl arrangemetrts ire complete at Zoeller ftineral Home for Christine Barclay who passed away it McKcnna Memorial Hospital on Monday March 17 1997 at the ago of 91 Survivors Include sister Lorena Barclay of New Braunfels niece Naomi Harrison and husband Harry of San Angclo Texas grand niece Kaye MarrlsonWhltchcdd of Bedford Texas grand nephew Mark Thomas Harrison of Ban Angelo Texas and one grind grand nephew and one grand grand niece Visitation Is from 11 Wednesday at Zocllcr Funeral Home with services at 2 In the Chapel Interment will follow in the Ouadalupe Valley Memorial Park 719 91 6439000 Come see the Youll Like It III1 101 ITWDOS Mew Sraunfels Smokehouse EASTER HAMS SPIRAL SLICED SMOKED HAM We styri witfrone of 6tir nationallyfamous Hickory Smoked Hams It is closely trimmed and then spiral sliced for added convenience then carefully glazed with real honey to seal in that moist and tender goodness Accept no substitutes 140 Highway 46 South r 6090lfl8 I i Save Were so sure youll love our Spiral Sliced Hams well give you off the regular price Just to try it Present this coupon with purchase wnd J enjoy the serving convenience of spiral slicing One coupon per customer Not good with any j other pffer or discount Good through j 6450 N New Braunfcls Ave San Antonio 8266008 i TODAYS PUZZLE ACROSS 1 0IMlt 0 Hoalth resort 0 Adress PMwiQ HCIIyonthoNlle 16 I taught I low d Putty 16 Fundamonlal 17 Alert 10 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