New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
2 A O Herald-Zeitung G Sunday, December 3,1995Obituaries
Frank Phillips, 73, of New Braunfels, died at his residence Friday, December I, 1995. Mr. Phillips was bom to Daniel D. Phillips and Golda (Howell) Phillips in Union Town, Alabama. During World War II he served in the U.S. Navy as a fighter pilot. Mr. Phillips is survived by daughter, Amy Jones and husband French from Dallas; son, Dan Phillips and wife Susan of New Braunfels; grandchildren, Daniel Phillips Jr. and Betsy Phillips, and sister Lucille Foster from Alabama.
Mr. Phillips will be cremated and a memorial service will be Saturday, December 9,1995 in Marion Alabama. Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels.
Joseph George Schussing
Joseph George Schliesing, age 88, of New Braunfels, TX died Friday, December 1,1995 at his residence. He was bom October 26, 1907 in San Antonio, TX to Paul Anthony and Katherine (Molberg) Schliesing. He was a resident of New Braunfels for 26 years and was a member of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, New Braunfels. Mr. Schliesing was also an associate member of the San Antonio Liederkranz and member of San Antonio Master Plumber’s Association. Survivors include his wife, Thelma “Toot
sie” Schliesing of New Braunfels; daughter, JoAnn Gittinger of San Antonio; son, John Anthony Schliesing of Clear Lake, TX; brothers: Paul and George Schliesing, both of San Antonio; eight grandchildren and ten greatgrandchildren.
A rosary will be recited followed by a funeral mass on Monday, December 4, 1995 at 1:00 p.m. at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in New Braunfels, TX with Msgr. Edward Bily, celebrant. Interment will follow at Mission Burial Park South in San Antonio, TX. Pallbearers will be Leonard John Gittinger, III, Joseph Anton Gittinger, John Steven Schliesing, Paul Anthony Schliesing, and James Melton. Honorary pallbearers will be Christopher
Seguin Conservation Society puts five homes on display for annual event
The 1996 Christmas Heritage Tour of Homes, sponsored by the Seguin Conservation Society, will be held today, Sunday, Dec. 3, from 4 to 7 p.m.
The tour, now in its second year, includes five homes.
They include the homes of John Allen and Beth Bauchman, 921 E. College; Elizabeth Hollamon, 902 N. Austin; Donnie and Marty Keil, 809 E. Elm; Victor and Cleary Vine, 907 N. Austin, and the home, historically known as the Fritz house, owned by
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Ticket holders will receive light refreshments at the Moore House, in addition to entertainment.
All of the homes will be decorated in
the spirit of Christmas. Docents, as well as members of the Seguin High School Naval R.O.T.C., will be present to assist visitors.
Tracey Lievens, Emalu Aufderhaar, Corlea Plowman and Martha Hilger are also lending their help on the tour.
Tickets are $7 each and can be purchased at any of the homes.
wishes to express their sincere appreciation to the following:
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'Special entertainment by Roy's DJJ;«n< Folklorlco-Companla de Dania Marie PanlaQO0
The annual “Hot Meals for the Holidays”, an event that provides a hot meal for individuals that might not otherwise receive one, is made possible through the support of these busineses and individuals who volunteer their time.
A VERY SPECIAL 44 THANK YOU TO ALL ".
A NEW BRAUNFELS TRADITION SINCE 1977
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In San Antonio there’s always a chili in the air.
Winter is a special time. The River Walk and Fiesta Texas feature seasonal and Christmas festivities.
And no one can accommodate you better, because we have special room rates in convenient hotels. Stay on the River Walk and enjoy great food, art and music. Or by colorful Market Square soaking up local culture. Or by major shopping malls with quick access to popular attractions, like the “Texas Lone Star Christmas” spectacular at Fiesta Texas.
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King and Terrance Bridges. Family requests memorial contributions to St. Joseph’s Catholic Church (Downtown San Antonio) Preservation Fund or to Cal Farley’s Boy’s Ranch in Amarillo, TX.
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Robert A. (Bob) Mattocks
Robert A. (Bob) Mattocks, age 76, died Friday, Nov. 17,1995.
Mr. Mattocks was a native of Cheraw County, a former resident of New Braunfels, and was a resident of San Antonio for the last 16 years.
He was a member of South jPueblo Lodge #31 AF&AM in Pueblo, CA; was a cabinet maker and worked a number of years at the George C.
Vaughan Col; a World War II veteran, serving in the U.S. Army Infantry and USAF.
He is survived by his wife, Alice Ann Mattocks of San Antonio; daughters, Karen Mattocks and Crystal Carrington; son and daughter-in-law, Terry and Pat Krueger; sister Josephine Mattson; nieces and nephews Bruce
and Edie Krueger, several other family members in New Braunfels.
Funeral services were Nov. 20 in Mission Park Funeral Chapels South with Rev. Carl Westbrook officiating Interment followed in Mission Buria Park South.
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No Minimum • No Reserve
We Are Instructed To Sell at Auction Regardless of Value
Fine Furniture, Paintings, Bronzes, Oriental Rugs, Bric-a-Brac & A Major Collection of African Art
From the estate of Kart Provost and others, lending institutions and store closures.
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