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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Obituaries HARRIS Mrs Helen Marzee Har ris 84 of New Braunfels passed away Wednesday Jan 8 2003 She was born in Prairie Lea Texas on Feb 14 1918 to Lemuel and Sal lie Maddox Polk Harris her beloved husband of 60 years preced ed her in death Mrs Harris was a teacher at Carl Schurz and Lone Star schools for more than 30 years Her greatest joy was visiting with former students and following their life jour neys She was also an active member of the Retired Tea chers Association She was especially proud of her mem bership in the Daughters of the Republic of Texas and her Texas roots which dated to the early 1800s An avid bridge player Mrs Harris remained active in several RODRIGUEZ Jovita B Rodriguez passed away Friday Jan 10 2003 in Schertz Texas at the age of 75 years She is survived by three daughters Diana Zavala and husband Juan Elma Garza and husband Pete and Elda VUlarreal three sons Arman do Rodriguez and wife Glen da Rudy Rodriguez and Leroy Rodriguez and wife Rosie three sisters Susie Bernal Beatrice Ortiz and SUMNER Dorothy Cordell Sumner passed away Friday Jan 10 2003 in New Braunfels Texas at the age of 85 years She is survived by one daughter Mary E Hatfield of Seguin Texas one son James R Sumner of Bastian sisters Mary Halbmaier of Denver Florence Miller of Sterling and Bernice Cordell of Dixon two YOSTEN Rolynda Ann Yosten passed away Friday Jan 10 2003 at the McKenna Memorial Hospital in New Braunfels at the age of 52 years Funeral arrangements are pending at the Zoeller Funer al Home Zoeller Funeral Home JOHNSON Ronald Howard Johnson 59 of New Braunfels passed away at his home Wednes day Jan 8 2003 There will be no services Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Home Zoeller Funeral Home AVELLA Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Maria I Avella 55 who passed away on Thurs day Jan 9 2003 at her resi dence Zoeller Funeral Home MALLOY Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Marsha Malloy 63 who passed away Friday Jan 10 2003 at Regent Care Center Zoeller Funeral Home bridge clubs until shortly before her death She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and of the First United Methodist Church for 55 years She is survived by daugh ters and sonsinlaw Dixie Flory and Alan of San Anto nio and Nancy Tierney and Don of Richardson Texas sisters Lemmie Tiller of New Braunfels and Jerry James of Navoto and broth er Ancel Maddox of Tuleta Texas She also has five grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren A memorial service will be conducted at Mon day Jan 13 2003 at the Eden Chapel The family appreciates the beauty of flowers but re quests that memorials be made to Eden Home or Hope Hospice of New Braunfels Angie Bernal 22 grandchil dren and 35 great grandchil dren Visitation will begin at noon Sunday Jan 12 2003 at the Zoeller Funeral Home with a prayer service at 7 at the funeral home Services will be 10 Monday Jan at the Zoeller Funeral Home with interment to follow in the Hidalgo Cemetery Zoeller Funeral Home MARTINEZ Linda Garcia Martinez 55 of San Antonio passed away Thursday Jan 9 2003 at her residence Visitation will be conducted from 10 to 9 Sun day Jan 12 2003 at Zizik Kearns RiebeSaunders Funeral Home A prayer service will recited at 7 Sunday 12 2003 at ZizikKearns RiebeSaunders Funeral Home I Services will conclude afteil the prayer service Local arrangements by Zoeller Funeral Home j Zoeller Funeral Home j MALLARD Funeral arrangements arei pending at the Zoeller Funerj al Home for Dorothy W Mal lard 85 who passed away oil Saturday Jan 11 2003 at the Eden Home Inc Zoeller Funeral Home Sunday January HERALDZEITUNG Page 3A Meeting looks Memorial gift at particulars of Farm Bill Twelve agencies of the Department of Agriculture USDA are joining efforts for a series of meetings across the country to talk about pro grams available through the USDA For the area meeting in Victoria officials from Texas and Washington will be on hand to discuss pro grams The Victoria meeting is scheduled Wednesday from to 2 at the Hol iday Inn at 2705 East Hous ton Highway Registration and a conti nental breakfast will begin at 7 and there is no cost to attend For information or to reg ister call 800 8804183 or visit USDA online at Submitted photo Head Librarian Ronnie Nagy of the Tye Preston Library accepts the book Laura by Antonia Felix from Canyon Lake Republican Women member Frances Shannon Shannon presented the book as a memorial gift for her late husband Ray Shannon who greatly admired Laura Bush as the First Lady of Texas and our nation The book is part of the Mamie Eisenhower Library Project a program estab lished in 1961 by the National Federation of Republican Women to honor the former First Lady CLRW President Patsy Newton presented 10 books to the library as part of the Barbara Bush Literacy Library a program established in 1996 by the Texas Federation of Republican Women Scientist raises alarm over death of grackles brothers Edward Cordell of Dixon and Henry Cordell of Sterling 111 Chapel services will be con ducted at 10 on Tues day Jan 14 2003 at the Home Funeral Home in Christiansburg Va Interment will follow in the Sunset Cemetery in Chris tiansburg Va Zoeller Funeral Home MUSCAZAGE Funeral arrangements are pending at the Zoeller Funer al Home for Philip Muscazage 41 who passed away Jan 8 2003 at his residence Zoeller Funeral Home SEGUIN AP Health officials are investigating after more than 150 dead grackles were found in the parking lot of a local shop ping center and at least 10 more were found at a store across the street One area scientist said the deaths should be cause for alarm but local authorities it is too soon to tell Local officials think this is chemical in nature but I am concerned that they did not take proper Lane Gergely a microbiolo gist with Sure Life and Leg end Laboratories told The Seguin GazetteEnterprise online editions They the birds hemor rhaged internally they their organs were mush and it did not come from anything they ingested Somebody either poisoned them with a chemi cal that travels through the t J f Wfl f L L e family of ftfolina wants to tkanli alt our friends Christian family S especially our families for their prayers luias hisses of comfort flowers cards phone calls food and money special tnanns to my brothers P t f Vin f ff t i the family the re fauna family mu angel the Vleinan family my anael JLonny j 11 edina family my anael teetio tne family the hapa family d ft i Sise the f ff 0 C linic anyeis the nanteS Jerome will foraet your love S liindness had a special love for each of us Kejoice e is ivitn fathe Balcones Haus THIS IS LIVING New Braunfel Best Kept Secret For Seniors Affordable Senior Apartments apartments access system Emergency call system room Balcones Haus 246 Loma Vista TDD 8009258689 Library program affiliate available Elevator utility 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