New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 25, 2005, Page 3

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 25, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, October 25, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3 OBITUARIES Paid advertisementsGLADYS KNIGHT Gladys Knight of Dumas, Texas passed away Saturday, October 22,2005 at the age of 102. She was bom January 31, 1903, in McLennan County, Texas. She was a Moore County resident since January 20, 1904. Gladys is preceded in death by her first husband of 57 years, Roy R, Carroll, in 1983. She married W.R. “Dub” Knight Jr., September 23,1988, in Dumas, TX. Long time member of the First United Methodist Church of Dumas, TX, where she served in many capacities.. Attended Clarendon College, West Texas State Teachers College, University of Colorado, East Texas State Teachers College and Famous Artists School. She studied privately with many renowned artists and art educators throughout the United States. In 1924 she was initiated into the Dumas Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star where she served four terms as Worthy Matron. She also served in the same capacity in the New Braunfels chapter. She was a long time member of DAR, charter member of the 1932 Study Club and Moore County Historical and Genealogical Society. In 1962 she was listed in “Texas Women of Distinction.” She taught school in Dumas 1921-1932. In 1992 she served as queen of the Moore County Centennial. In 1970 she was awarded a lifetime member ship to the Texas Watercolor Society. During the 1979 Dogie Days Celebration she was honored as “Old Timer” of the year. She also served as art teacher for Girl Scouts. In her lifetime she received many honors and awards including Outstanding Clubwoman of 1961 by Federated Study Clubs of Dumas and winner of Vogue Pattern contest in 1962 and 1976. During her entire lifetime she was engaged in Moore County farming. Survivors include husband W.R. “Dub” Knight, of the home; children, Tom Hokan-son and wife Shirley and Bill Knight and wife Crystal all of Dumas, TX Tamara Stevens of Marble Falls, TX sister Aliece Mattson of Atlanta, GA., nephews Burt Jones of Atlanta, GA, and Richard Makeig of Ennis, TX. 8 grandchildren: Roy, Raymond, Ross, Shelsea, Wesley, Wayne, Parker, Courtney; 8 great grandchildren. Family will be at 120 Chelsea, Dumas, TX Services will be Tuesday, October 25, 2005, 2:00 PM., First United Methodist Church, Dumas, Tx., Rev. Jim Guest, pastor of Hunt Memorial Methodist Church, Dumas, TX Eastern Star rites conducted at the Church by Eastern Star Chapter 653 Dumas, TX Memorial contributions may be made to The Scottish Rite Learning Center of West Texas, RO. Box 10135, 602 Ave. Q, Lubbock, Texas 79408. Voice your. _ opinion! MAMw.bohoardblo9.com DR. JOHN HORAN’S practice is moving effective October 17, 2005 750 Landa Street, Suite B (McKenna Rehab Center) Our new phone# (830) 625-0009 lf you have appointments scheduled, please call ahead for directions. Thank you for understanding during this change.VIOLA MAE (LAMB) JONES Viola Mae (Lamb) Jones, 87 of Sattler, TX died Friday, October 21, 2005 at McKenna Hospital, New Braunfels, TX The daughter of James Edgar and Ethel (Lowrey) Lamb, she was bom in Dayton, OH, the third of seven children. She resided in Brookville, OH before moving to Texas in 1990. Preceded in death by her parents, three sisters, Marcella Rhoades, Ruby Mahoney and Kathryn Wasser, one brother, James Lamb, her two children, Frances Lynn McAfee Sleesman and James Lee McAfee, and one grandchild, Michael Douglas Sleesman. Viola is survived by a brother, Jack E. Lamb of Hacienda Heights, CA a sister, Mildred L and Harley With am of Troy, OH, and a dear daughter-in-law Mary McAfee of Sattler. Six grandchildren: James L. and Brenda McAfee, Jeanenne and Gary Ryan, Mary Ellen and Ronald Lange, Keith and Debbie Sleesman, Stacie and Steve Cordell and Kellie Sleesman. She also leaves ten great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephew’s. Public visitation will begin 4:00 PM Tuesday at the funeral home with the family being present to receive friends from 4:00 PM to 8:00PM. A chapel service will be held 10:00 AM Wednesday, October 26,2005 at the Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home with Reverend Rick Bartlett officiating. Interment will follow at Cranes Mill Cemetery, Canyon Lake, TXDoeppenschmidt FUNERAL HOME Canyon Lake (830) 964-3050CHARLES ANTON SLUKA Charles Anton Sluka, 87 of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, died peacefully October 23,2005 at Baptist Medical Center-Beaches following a short illness. He was bom February 19,1918 in Chicago, IL and moved to Ponte Vedra Beach 2 years ago from New Braunfels, TX Charlie served in the U.S. Army /Air Corps and retired from the Seagram,s Distillery. He enjoyed golf and was an n avid fan of the Arizona Cardinals and the Chicago White Sox. His wife of 60 years, Mildred Johnson Sluka, preceded him in death in 2003. Family members include his daughter, Susan B. (J. Thomas) Ryan of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL; sister, Sylvia Hallgren; step-grand-children, John Ryan, Theresa Mulvey and Michelle Derrin; step-great grandchildren, Alex Leggett, Thomas Ryan, Connor Mulvey, Jack Mulvey, Patrick Mulvey, Luke Derrin and Sophia Derrin and nephews, David I lallgren, Raymond Johnson and Alan Johnson. Services will be held at 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 26th in the Chapel of Quinn-Shalz, a Family Funeral I lome with the Reverend Carol DiGiusto of Palms Presbyterian Church, officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Community I lospice of Northeast Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257. Services under the direction and care of Quinn-Shalz, A Family Funeral I lome Jacksonville Beach, FL (904) 249-1100. AtThe HOUSE... 265 W. San Antonio Street OM FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28 & SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 Children tqt* 8 and under wlB be admitted for 83 Children 9 and OVff wMI be admitted for 84 agr 83 lf they are In costume SpoKSOAed bu NBW BRAUNFELS High School »rum<i Club profits to help support the drama clubFRANCES LINEBARGER REEVES Reeves, Frances linebarger, 86, Raymond, NE died Friday 10-21-05). Bom Springdale, AR (6-6-1919) to Elmer W. and Jennie (Webster) Linebarger. lomemaker. BA in Business rom University of Arkansas. Member: United Methodist Church. Family members include husband - Henry; daughters, sons-in-law: Sara and Bill oyster, Raymond; Kathryn R. Morehouse, Jefferson Qty, MO; Gayle and John O'Connell, Blue Spring, MO; sister: Faye Wallace, Memphis, TN; 4 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents, brother-Richard. Memorial Service: 10:00 a. rn. Friday (10-28-05) Northwest Community Church, Malcolm, NE. Pastors Frank VanKamp-en and Matt Meyer officiating. Memorials to the Church No visitation/cremation Condolences or personal reflections may be sent online at: www.roperandsons.comNORA WUNDERLICH Nora Wunderlich, age 84, entered into rest on October 22, 2005 in San Antonio, TX She was bom December 29, 920 in Seguin, TX to the late imma (Hoffman) & Willie A Dammann. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Bob R. Nila Wunderlich; grandchil dren, Cheryl Carlson, her husband Jeff; Dayna Zolinger, her husband Griff; greatgrandchildren, Chase, Blake, Layne, Aren; sisters-in-law, Lucy & Eva Dammann and three nephews. A Memorial Service will be held Tuesday, October 25, 2005 at 12:00 at Sunset Funeral Home Chapel.Todays services I Sidney D. Rosenthal, 64, IO a.m. at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home ■ Nora Wunderlich, 94,12 p.m. at Sunset Funeral Home. ■ Gladys Knight, 102,2 p.m. First United Methodist Church Lad y yJanes r < Want something unusual? Watches • Clinging Crosses Baby Feather Wreathes Sterling Silver • Glitzy Purses Lots of Costume Jewelry! Sat. 10:30 a.m. - 4:00p.m. Sun. 1:00 p.m. - s:oo p.m. Mon.'Frt. 10:00 a.m. - 4:00p.m. 200 N. Seguin Ave. New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (Inside Courtside Cafe) www.silverstampede. com    ;Plumb Family J Chiropractic I r/Ai Hair Design and Massage Therapy J j J 'J* f *1 in I to use M 773 N. LOOP 337 • SUMMEKWOOD DR. (830) 626-2000 Tuesday • Nov. 1st From Ham - 3pm tents CHIROPRACTIC WORKS! Chiropractic care has provided millions of people with relief from pain and illness and enabled them to live life to the fullest. 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A Chiropractor uses the adjustment as their primary form of treatment. This is a highly specitlc corrective force that is delivered into the patient’s spinal column to correct what is known as a subluxation. A subluxation of a vertebra can create an interference in the func-Uon of a spinal nerve and cause a problem in the muscles or organ that that particular nerve supplies. This interference can present itself in the form of pain. inflammaUon, decreased range of motion, or organ dysfunction. Along with adjusting. Dr. Plumb utilizes auxillary therapies such as a cold laser and spinal decompression to assist the paUent in pain control and to enhance the body's ability to heal. Cold laser is an excellent way to control pain associated with soft tissue injuries or arthritis. Studies also show a decrease in the recovery time of condiUons like sprained ankles and wounds with the use of the cold laser Uierapy. Spinal decompression is used to help those people with problems originaUng from disc hemiaUons and bulges. Dr. Plumb may also make recommendations about nutrition, exercise, and stress management, when appropriate. to assist his patients in enhancing their health. Chiropractic care is for everyone. Come and experience for yourself the difference that chiropractic can make in your life. Give Dr. Plumb's office a call today to schedule a complimentary consultation to see how chiropractic can help you achieve and maintain wellness. For more info call or stop by the office or check out www.plumbchiro.com. Plumb Family Chiropractic 1312 E. Common St. #407 New Braunfels. 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