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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 25, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 A ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Wednesday, Jan. 25, 1995 Obituaries Wilburn Acker Wilburn (Willie) “Sonny" Acker, 55, of New Braunfels, died Thursday, Jan. 19. 1995. at McKenna Memorial Hospital. * He was born July 15. 1939 in Comal County to Colbert Acker and 'fhldred Ei.smann Acker He married Dorothy Pre inn on Dee. 30. Idol. m New Braunfels He was a 43-year resident of \ew Braunfels Mr Acker was a repairman for Lux ) pp] unco and had been enjoyed with Wucst s Supe. n.rket on San Antonio Street ’or 33 yea*' He was a member of the Saint' Peter ars.! Paul Catholic Church and the Mission Valley Bowl-i|jg Club J He w as a past nvmber of the Comal County Sheriffs Reserve and a past member of the New Braunfels Volunteer Fire Deparrment. ’ Survivors arc hi' wife. Dorothy Ack-$•; son' and daughter-in-laxx Kev in and Lisa Acker. Barry and fiancee Maria Davis, and Danny Acker, all of S.CU Braunfels, brother Robert Acker 3&ul wife Darlene of New Braunfels: 4pd granddaughter. Kandra Layne Acker. He is also survived bv his father-in-law. Linden J Preiss. Sr of Blanco; brothers-m-law. L.J. Prciss. Jr and wife Gloria of Blanco, and Fires Preiss and w ife Diana of San Antonio; plus several nieces and nephews A rosary was recited Friday, Jan. 20. at 7:00 p m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral mass was scheduled for Saturday. Jan. 21. at 2:00 p rn. at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Msgr. Eugene ©‘Callaghan officiating. Entombment was in the Saints Peter and Paul Mausoleum. Pallbearers were Ricky Preiss, Rod-nev Preiss. John Sims. Bry an Acker, Jerry Acker, and Bonnie Preiss. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, or to Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church. viler--. Carolyn Reicherzer Moore Carolyn Rcichcrzcr Moore, age 58. of New Braunfels, died Tuesday, Jan 24. 1995 at her residence She was bom Oct. 14. 193f> in Del Rio. Texas to Oscar Reiehcrzer and Alma Zmsmey-er Reiehcrzer She married Eddie Moore on Aug 14. 1959 in Seguin She was an insurance representative with James M Cook Insurance. She wa' a resident of New Braunfels for 20 years, a member of the the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church and the Business and Professional V\ omens Club She is survived bv her husband. Eddie Moore; mother Alma Reieherz-er of San Antonio; daughters and son-in-law Teresa ami Norbert t ulles. Susie Custard all of New Braunfels; son Mark Moore of New Braunfels; sister Gail Reicherzcr of San Antonio; brothers Carl Reiehcrzer and wife Kathic of San Antonio. Johnny Reiehcrzer ami wife Jennifer of Kingsbury. Jimmy Reicherzer of San Antonio, grandchildren t'had tulles, Adam t ustard and Joshua Custard, nieces. Karen Sehol-winski. Staeec RctcheiTcr and Karla Reiehcrzer. A rosarx will be recited Thursday . Jan. 2b. ai 9:30 a rn followed bv a funeral mass at 10 am at the Saints Petct and Paul Catholic Church with Msgr I d ftih officiating Burial will follow in the Hob t Toss t emoters 'n San Antonio \ lsitation will be at the church onh on Thursxiay momine memorials max be made to the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church or to Hospice New Braunfels. lei ’n \. sc HWf Mary Schramm Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Mary Schramm of McQuccny. She died Tuesday in Seguin at the age of 9<v tiler Nowf a : <<. Vera Threadgill f uneral airangements are pending at Docppenschmidt Funeral Home. New Braunfels, for A era Threadgill, who dicxl at Eden Home on Wednesday, Jan 25. 1995 at the age of 78 years. Doeppcnschmidt Funeral Home Lillian Druebert Lillian Druebert of New Braunfels Hey, New BraunfelsI I found an aff natural herb jtrwfuct. loose weight, turn it to ENERGY Effective • Simple Call Today 609-5772 *0trtrik#t#ri Needed I lost 37 lbs. the first 8 weeks and have gone from a size 22 to a size IO in 5 months. Txfxo 'Fainter, San Antonio, 'TX. |9S $29 *CMoney    (Juaran tee EVERYONE WELCOME! Evangelist Mark Cole and Family God has allowed me to survive death use* ffi order that I might share what He has done in my lite through chastisement of one whom He so loved.    Hebrews    12:6 Should thor* bo any praise -tat It go to Calvary Place HARMONY BAPTIST CHURCH 1472 HWY. 46 S.; NEW' BRAUNFELS Date    SATURDAY. JANUARY 28. 1995 SUNDAY JANUARY 29, 1995 Time 7:00 P M ON SATURDAY 11:00 A M. ON SUNDAY _ for Information A nd/6 r Transportal t ion Call 629-1324 OR 606-5*47 Eagles Hall - New Braunfels ^ BINGO -Thurs. - 7pm s*. Friday January 27th Steak & Dance * featuring Cross Country Western Band SI 2.00 pw PWJ on fey Steak A Dance S6 OO for Steak (food served 6pm to 8 pm) $7.00 Donation tor Dance (dance 8-12) Call for Reservations: 625-7243 or 625-1116 Proceede go to State Arle Children's Protects Bingo Every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Lie. ss 1-74-1328848-5 297 l seat* 9l Hall rental for n edgings. Anniversaries and Reunions *29-7243 ^ „    The O #C£S Patio 8b Cantina Now Twice The Size! We have expanded & added Pool A Darts! Thursday Jan. 26 - THE MIKE ABERNETHY BAND Friday Jan. 27- THE REVIVAL BROTHERS Saturday Jan. 28 • MARY CUTRUFELLO New Hours...Thur, Frl, Sat. Happy Hour 4-9p.m. AH day Sunday Music 9:30-1:30 - Open 'till 2am "k “Deem**, Tilden Cd* 7ex** St*Md it #1 River Rd. 620-RAFT NorthcliffE UM IN I MV (J J Iii Golfers' Special "Twilight Special" after 3 p.m. •la- Green & Cart Fee. $20.00 (tax included) Weekdays after 11:00 tan. •Tee Time Required •2 golfers per cart $25.00 (tax included) Weekends after 11:00 a.m. •Not valid with tournaments •Membership available Offer Expires February 28,1995 606-7351 (Metro) "W# are located JO aum. south of Sew Braunfels on IM 35 S. at Exit 178" „ Hot Shots - Frazar's Lakeview Camp McQueeney Z Is Now Open Under OLD Ownership! Eileen Silvia, Michael & Kerry Erazor arn back. Boat Launching • Picnic Grounds • Fishing Restaurant Open Wed Thur 5-9 pm Friday - Fish & Chicken Fry 5-1 J pm Sat - noon to IO Sun - noon to 9 pm Take 725 South to 78, Left at light. First left after bridge at (tot Shot Lane, 2 country blocks. 557-9918 While Market Items Last Seguin St OI 05 f0 Cancun Rest c o McQueeney Rd LL. O ln rt Cr jiuin s I Meat Market Walnut Ave GRANZIN'S MEAT MARKET 1644 McQueeney Rd. —    625-3510 MKT MADE BEEF JERKY DRY SAUSAGE. -    HEAD    CHEESE    BLOOD    SAUSAGE 8:30-6:00 Monday thru Saturday While Market Items Last Boneless Skinless ,. Chicken Breast * a $ "I 89 lib 98% Fat Free Hormel Smoked Turkey Breast $2" lb Brisket Coots Light Beer 24 pack/ 12oz. can: Marinated Fajitas Pork Chops Loin |g\ 99* drVi I) lb Rib IA « x rf -re* .Lr-'' Ti , v (>) 99 lb Center $ *1 97 lb Delico    -    r Baby Swiss 7 • Cheese *2|gvT' Breakfast Pan Sausage 3 IU or more    Ua*    ^    3    Ibm * i39 ib egp .i«ib Lettuce £59 bead New Potatoes 029 lb sn U.S.D.A. Choice TaH Yellow %!?*elL,^a®0n*e^Iii®9ua8^ Chuck Roast ow n less than IO lbs    V    7“    ID 59 lb Special Good Wed. Jan 25th through Tues. Jan. 31st Big Red. RC, 7-Up, Hires, Crush $1.49 6 pack - 12 oz. cans BEST BEEF PRICES Frozen, Cut and Wrap 1/2 Beef 1.45 Hindquarter 1.59 Forequarter 1.35 died Jan. 22, 1995 at 1:50 p.m. at her residence. She was born Dec. 12, 1912 in Guadalupe County to Hugo and Olga (Kraft) Bartels. She married Henry' W. Druebert in June 1932 in New Braunfels. She was a retired billing clerk at Mission Valley Mills and belonged to Hermann Sons Albert Kypher lodge #106. She is survived by lier husband. I len-ry VV. Druebert of New Braunfels: son Herman H. Druebert and wife Lois of Seattle. Washington; sister Betty Mane Kneupper of Marion; and granddaughters Tracy Dniebert of Seattle and Knsti Schmidt of California. 4mm SFsjS ■ ESS 19Local Newsy Local News, Local News WW* TRAVEL** 1995 Cruise Alaska on Holland America 1/3 OFF ms Nieuw Amsterdam May 20. dune 3, July 29, Aug. 17 & Sept. 9 ms Noordam May 18. June 22. 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