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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Deaths Lots of spirit Registration for Seele Elementary School starts Wednesday and runs through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the school cafeteria on Howard Street. As a fund raiser, the Seele PTA LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEH UNG will be selling pencil bags, athletic bags and tote bags along with Seele T shirts Pictured, Trevor Bird and Lara Wright show off their Seele T shirts while enjoying the playground Births Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kohlenberg, 1600 IH 35 East, 8 lb., 6 oz. girl, Aug. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Richey, 1315 Sea Breeze, 7 lb., 13oz. girl. Aug. 7. Mr. and Mrs. David King, 331 FT St. Mary’s St., 91b., 15 oz. boy, Aug. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Javier Ortiz, 1497 Stonewall, 7 lb., 9oz. girl, Aug. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Watson. Route 2. Box 200-AH, Marion, 8 lb . 6 oz. boy, Aug. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Cardenas, 1985 W. San Antonio St., 7 lb., 3 oz. boy, Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Armstrong, Route 2, Box 671 No. 3, New Braunfels, 8 lb., 6 oz. boy, Aug. ll. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Hufft, 951 W. Coll, 8 lb., 2oz. girl, Aug. ll. Weather Texas A tropical depression moving slowly northwestward in the extreme southeast Gulf of Mexico may become a factor in Texas Weather within a few days. The National Weather Service said today the depression was expected to develop during the day and may become a tropical storm or eventually a hurricane. Forecasters sax the depression is expected to continue moving to the northwest. Forecasts called for scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and tonight for most sections of the state. It was to be clear to partly cloudy and continued hot statewide. Highs today were to be mostly in the 90s, ranging upward to slightly above the 100-degree mark in Southeast Texas and in portions of North Texas. Lows tonight will be in the 70s. Highs Wednesday will be slightly cooler. Tropical moisture and an upper level trough combined early today to produce thunderstorm activity across sections of West Texas. The showers and thunderstorms extended from western Oklahoma through the High Plains into tile Big Bend area. And other showers and thunderstorms were reported offshore in the Gulf of Mexico south of Galveston and near Port O’Connor. Elsewhere, skies were mostly clear althought there are some scattered high clouds in Southeast Texas and along the Red River. Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 70s, ranging from the mid 60s over the Davis Mountains of West Texas to the 80s across North Texas. Extremes ranged from 69 at El Paso to 80 at Wichita Falls and Dallas-Fort Worth. Pearly morning temperatures around the state included 71 at Amarillo, 78 at Waco, 72 at Lufkin, 77 at Austin, 76 at San Antonio, 74 at Houston. 75 at Corpus Christi, 78 at Brownsville, 70 at San Angelo. 71 at Lubbock and 73 at Midland. Forecast North Texas- Partly cloudy humid and not as hot with scattered thunderstorms areawide Wednesday. l,ows tonight 70s. Highs Wednesday 90s. West Texas- Scattered thunderstorms most sections through Wednesday, some locally heavy eastern sections tonight. Cooler especially north Wednesday. Lows tonight 65 Panhandle and far west to 73 south and near 60 mountains. Highs Wednesday 87 Panhandle and mountains to 93 southeast and upper 90s Big Bend valleys. South Texas- Partly cloudy with widely scattered showers ami thunderstorms, more numerous coastal plains and Southeast Texas through Wednesday. Highs Wednesday upper 80s to near 90 coast, low and mid 90s southeast and mid 90s to near IOO elsewhere. I/iws tonight in the 70s, except near 80 along the coast. Port Arthur to Port O’Connor-Southeast winds IO to 15 knots tonight becoming east to northeast 15 to 20 knots Wednesday. Seas 3 to 5 feet. Winds and seas higher in and near scattered showers and thunderstorms. Port O’Connor to Brownsville-Southeast winds IO to 15 knots tonight becoming northeast around 15 knots Wednesday. Seas 3 to 5 feet. Winds and seas higher in and near widely scattered showers and thunderstorms. Galveston departure special! 1 st passenger pays our special group | rate, 2nd passenger pays only $1995! Sagamore! is registered in Ute Bahamas CUNARD Departs Los Angeles September 20! Departs Galveston October 5! CONSOLIDATED mum groupNEW BRAUNFELS TRAVEL CONSOUDATED (512) 625-6966 San Antonio: (512) 658-7211 Elsewhere in Texas: (800)292-1364 Norma Kraft Ford Services were Monday in Garden of Memories Cemetery in Kerrville for Norma Kraft Ford, 88, of 1205 Park St., Kerrville. The Rev. Richard Johnson officiated. Arrangements were under the direction of Kerrville Funeral Home. She died Aug. ll in Kerrville. She was born May 9, 1897, in New Braunfels to F'red and Barbara (nee Brandes) Kraft. She married Otis Lee F'ord May 2. 1930, in Durant, Okla. Survivors include her husband and a sister, Clara Saur of New Braunfels. Adolph Hoffmann Services will be today at 4 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home for Adolph Hoffmann, 76. of 821 Highway 81 West. The Rev. Hon Walter will officiate. Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Hoffmann died Aug. ll at Colonial Manor Nursing Home. He was born Feb. 21, 1909, in Kingsbury to F>nst and Meta (nee Stautzenberger) Hoffmann. He was married to the former Valeska Hanker who preceded him in death. He was a retired laborer at Krause’s Cafe and a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Hermann Sons Lodge 21 and Anhalt Farmer Verein. Survivors include a son. Carroll Hoffmann of New Braunfels; sister, Thelma Appleby of San Antonio; step-sisters, Cora Ruehle and Marie Kirmse. both of New Braunfels; stepbrother, F'.dmund Zipp of San Antonio; and tw o grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Don Guenther, Gene Chollett, Kermit Krause, Wallace Oberkamp, I crux F'.ichman and Benno Pfanstiel. Fred P. Zunker Services will be Wednesdax at IO am. at First Protestant United Church of Christ for F'red IV Zunker, 80, of 306 E. F'aust. The Rev. Ijnwood Kennedy xviii officiate. Burial will Ik* in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Arrangements were under the direction of Doep-penschmidt F'uneral Home Zunker died Aug 12 at McKenna Memorial Hospital He was born Dec. 31,1904, in Seguin to Gus K and Caroline (nee Brandt i Zunker. He was married to the former Vera Hartmann He was a retired 1*'X hauler for Mission Valier Mills and a member of First Protestant United Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife. Vera Zunker of New Braunfels; daughters. Mrs. Dale Blacksmith and Marjorn Bode, both of New Braunfels, Mrs Lowell Max of Del Rio and Mrs David F'rueh of Beaumont; sisters, Mrs. Anna Burke of New Braunfels and Mrs. Elsie Slants of San Antonio brother. Otto Zunker of New Braunfels; IO grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Arvid Zunker, in 1970. John C. Kirtland Services were today at I p.m. at Doeppenschmidt F'uneral Home for John Copeland Kirtland, 64, of Star Rt. 3, Box 108A, Canyon Lake. The Rev. Charles DeHaven officiated. Burial was in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery at 2:15 p.m. Kirtland died Aug. 12 at Audie Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital in San Antonio. He was born Sept. 18. 1920, in Detroit, Mich., to Paul and Margaret (nee Price) Kirtland. He married Mavis Beulah Grand F'eb. 26.1972, at Canyon I .ake. The retired school teacher had lived in Comal County for 14 years. He was a member of the Baptist church and Texas State Teachers Association. He served with the Army during World War ll. Survivors include his wife. Maxis Kirtland of Canyon l,ake; mother, Margaret Kirtland of Canyon I .ake; daughters, Barbara Kirtland and Teresa Young; step-daughter, Cheryl Anderson of Canyon I .ake; sons, Johnny Kirtland and Jiminy Kirtland; step-son, leonine Manning of Port l.avaca; sisters, Salix Smith of Canyon I^ake and Jackie Vaughn of Pascagoula, Miss.; and four grandchildren. Claude Brown Services will be Wednesday at 4 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home for Claude Brown, 78, of 1320 Highway 46 S. Burial will be Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Brown died Aug. 12 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Myra Brown of New Braunfels; daughters, Mrs. Joe Holliman of New Braunfels, Mrs. Joe Kight of Arlington and Mrs. Amo Becker of New Braunfels; a sister, Mrs. Piazza of Mississippi; 13 grandchildren; and 17 greatgrandchildren. CHS band practice slated Canyon High School students xvho’d like to toot instead of root this football season need to start attending band practice. 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