New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
2A ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Friday, Jan. 13,1995Obituaries
Marjorie Karbach Lowry/Strom berger
I Marjorie Karbach Lowry/Stroinberger, nearly 83, of l^ew Braunfels, died peacefully January 8, 1995, after a brief illness. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Frank C. and Maud Karbach of New Braunfels; her son, Robert frank Lowry; her husband. Rev. M. Dick Lowry, pastor in die Southwest Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church; and by her second husband. Carl M. Stromberger.
' She was bom January 23, 1912. in Temple, Texas, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southwestern University in Georgetown and a Masters of Christian Education from SMU In Dallas.
Marjorie married Madison Dick Lowry in 1936 and lived as a devoted pastor’s wife serving Methodist churches in Waco, Chatfield, Troy, Lakeview,
£anta Rosa Hebbronville. Center Point, Marjone Karbach Goldthwaite, Kenedy, San Antonio, Lowry/
Llano, San Angelo, Gonzales, Hondo, Stromberg er Hunt, Bulverde, and Blanco. In many of )hese cities Maijorie taught in the public school system. Following Rev. Lowry’s death in 1979, she remained an active leader in the United Methodist Women and was an outstanding church visitor at New Braunfels First United Methodist Church.
*, While at Eden Home, Marjorie served as the official ^greeter of new residents and was president of the Residents’ Council.
• Beloved sister, mother, and grandmother, Maijorie is survived by: her sister Ruth Ellis and husband Bill of New ^Braunfels; her son, Thomas W. and wife Alaire along "with grandson Michael, currently at the University of Texas and grandson Ethan, all of Austin; Jon D., wife Anna of Kerrville, grandson Madison (Matt) at the UT Health Science Center and wife Deanna of San Antonio, and grandson .Taylor at SMU; daughter Ruth Ann Biggers and husband Oliver along with grandchildren Gwynna and Oliver II (Duke), all of Mercer Island. Washington; and daughter •Elizabeth L. Minton and husband Gary along with grandchildren Lowry and James (Jake) Karbach, all of Dallas.
A service of celebration and thanksgiving to God for the life of Maijone Karbach Lowry/Strom berger will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14. 1995, at the First United Methodist Church in New Braunfels with the Rev. Fred Martin officiating.
The family requests that, in lieu of flowers, memorials be sent to the M. Dick and Malone K. Lowry Ministerial Fund, Perkins School of Theology , SMU. Dallas, TX 75257.
Earl S. Dieter!
Earl S. Dieter!, age 78, of New Braunfels, died Thursday, Jan. 12, 1995. at the Colonial Manor Care Center. He was bom Feb. 17, 1916. in Comal County to Bodo Dieter!, Sr. and Alma Babel Dieter!. He married Marjone Rose Dowdy on Oct. 15,1938 in Boerne. Mrs. Dieter! died in 1990. Mr. Dieter! was a retired farmer, member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ, Fraternal Order of the Eagles and was a life-time member of the Freiheit Bowling Club.
Survivors are: daughter. Roxie Smeal of New Braunfels, son. Rocky Dieter! and his wife Linda of New Braun
fels; sister. Alma Nita Pape of Seguin; brother, Bodo Dieter!, Jr. of New Braunfels; four grandchildren, Lynn, Glen, and Tina Smeal of New Braunfels; Sandra Taylor and her husband John of Uvalde.
Graveside services are Saturday, Jan. 14th at 10:00 a.m. at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with Rev. Richard Carse officiating.
Visitation continues Friday until 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
The family appreciates the beauty of flowers, but suggests that memorials be made to Hospice New Braunfels or to the Colonial Manor Care Center.
Annie L. Hueter
Funeral services for Annie L. Hueter will be held Saturday, Jan. 14 at IO a.m. at Church in the Valley at Canyon Lake.
Mrs. Hueter was a resident of Canyon Lake.
Visitation will be held at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake today from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home
Helen L. Arnold
Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels for Helen L. Arnold who died at Guadalupe Valley Nursing Center on Jan. 12, 1995 at the age of 98.
She was bom on Oct. 18, 1896.
Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home
Albert “Abie” Haas, of New Braunfels, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 11, 1995, in San Antonio at the age of 82. He was bom December ll, 1912 in Flatonia to Frank Paul Haas and Alma (Keil) Haas and married Caroline Kro-nkosky in New Braunfels on Dec. 5, 1935.
Formerly of San Antonio, he was a New Braunfels resident for the past 11 years. During World War II he served in the United States Army Air Corp. Mr. Haas was a retired restaurant owner and a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church and the Elks Lodge of New Braunfels. He also loved dancing and was a member of the Starlite Dance Club.
Survivors include: his wife Caroline Haas of New Braunfels; a daughter, Barbara Murdock and husband David of Grand Prairie; a son, Albert John Haas, Jr. and wife Jane of Boerne; two grandchildren, David Murdock, Jr. and Jennifer, Murdock of Grand Prairie; and three brothers, Edmund i Haas of Del Rio, Clifton Haas and Leroy Haas, both of Seguin.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, Jan. 14, 1995 at! 2:00 p.m. at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with interment to follow at Sunset Memorial Park. The Rev. Charles de Haven will be officiating.
Visitation will begin at 12:00 noon Friday and continue until service time on Saturday. The family suggests that, in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Paul Lutheran Church, Eden Home, or to the charity of one’s choice.
Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home
Collision on Loop 337 sends one local man to McKenna Memorial Hospital
By CRAIG HAMMETT
» Staff Writer
A collison in town early yesterday • morning sent one man to McKenna Hospital.
The at ;k*ent occurred at approximately 6:39 a m. at the 900 block of Loop 337.
* According to reports, a 1983 Jeep $ driven by a James Lindon of San Anto
nio was headed north on the loop and ajjparently ran a red light.
A white Datsun driven by Ralph Wall of New Braunfels was headed inbound toward town with the green light and hit the Jeep, said Officer Jesse Villarreal of the New Braunfels Police Department.
Witnesses confirmed the events said the officer.
The four occupants of the Jeep, rang
ing in age from 17 to 21 were thrown from the vehicle.
Cary Byrd of Bulverde, the only Comal County resident, was taken to McKenna Hospital where he was in stable condition Thursday afternoon said hospital officials.
The others were not seriously injured according to reports.
Officer Villarreal said none of the occupants were wearing seat belts.
Lotto jackpot now worth $11 million
No tickets bought correctly matched all six numbers drawn Wednesday night for the twice-weekly Lotto Texas game, state lottery officials said. The jackpot was worth $4 million.
Lottery officials estimate the jackpot for Saturday night’s game will be $11 million.
The Heraki-Zeitung published in its Sunday, Jan. 8, 1995 edition that Benny Cruz Carre on wa. arrested on drug charges on Saturday, Jan. 7.
Instead Carreon was indicted and a warrant was issued for his arrest on Saturday, Jan. 7. He was arrested on Tuesday, Jan IO.
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