New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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Today’s weather drawing Is by C J. Schubert, a totrd-grader at Mountain ^faflay Bamantaiy School
Ttalmag* Higginbotham Masonic Lodge.
One of New Braunfels’ own, Tai- He moved with his wife Mary and
mage Eugene Higginbotham, was son Jason to New Braunfels in 1985 to
called to rest July 12, have a business here.
1994. Talmage very bravely fought can-
He was bom in ccr. He was part of a cancer research
New Braunfels on program in San Antonio.
Feb. 11,1936, to It was his wish to do something pos-
Floyd and Fem itive for himself and also for society.
Higginbotham 1^4 *rW»| One person can make a difference and
who presently hopefully due to his participation in
reside in New Hjthis program they will find a cure. Braunfels. im Talmage is survived by his sister
Talmage was tire Betty Brissenden and family, Darlene
greatest salesman. Caddell and family, and his brother
His deep love of the jewelry business Dwight Higginbotham, all from New
grew over the years. Braunfels.
He wotted Mmself ud tam ante* He is also survived by ions Scott
man to the rank of an assistant vice Higginbotham and family from
presift* forZales Jewelers. Fontana, Calif., and Justin Higgin-
After 16-1/2 years with Zales he botham and family from New Braun-
embarked on his own business in leis.
southern California in 1975. In Cali- Memorial services will be at Saint
forma he was a member of the 24 John’s Episcopal Church at 11 Thurs-
Kirat Club and was also active in the day morning. July 21,1994. The Rev.
Bob Keith will officiate.
1898 to Emil and Anna Halm Guenther es and other stiuctures in the Hill Coun- 17 at 12 noon with the tinnily preset*
in Sailer, Texas. try. between I and 3 p.m.
She was the granddaughter (rfChris- Mrs. Meckel was preceded in death Funeral services will be held at
dan Guenther, one of the original set- by her husband, Albert; her brother Zoeller Funeral Home on Monday,
tiers from Braunfels, Germany who Amo Guenther; her sister, Cora July 18 at 3 pm
was reared in the Otphanage on the Schlameus; and son-in-law, Ray Roth. Memorials may be made to fee First
Guadalupe by Pastor Ervenbeig. She is survived by: a daughter, Md- Protestant United Church of Christ
Mrs. Meckel spent her childhood ’ ba Roth; grandchildren, Ann Jay, Vio-helping her father, who was fee prin- ki Hamel and husband Roo, and
opal businessman in Settler, being pro- Charles Roth, Jr. and wife Lesley; sev- »
prietor of the general store, dance hall, en great-grandchildren; and sister-in-
lodge meeting room, saloon, bowling law, Margaret Guenther.
alley, cotton gin and post office. She Visitation will begin on Surafey, July
attended the one-room schoolhouse in r
At a double wedding ceremony at the bride’s home in Saltier where her |
Bros wed Albert Meckel, a lotto budder.
During their long marriage, Mrs.
Meckel and their daughter Melba followed Albert to work camps along fee Guadalupe River where he and his crew built the low water crossings on River Road, as well as numerous hous-
Earl Nowlin of New Braunfels passed away Wednesday July 13,1994, at Brooke Army Medical Center at the age of 76.
Graveside services will be 9 a.m. Monday July 18, 1994, at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery with Rev. Larry Soape and Rev. Scott Tjemagel officiating.
Visitation will be from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. Sunday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Memorials may be given to the Firs Baptist Church Building Fund or to fee charity (rf one’s choice.
Ema Guenther Meckel entered into rest on Saturday, July 16,1994, at the age of 96 years.
A lifetime reside* of Comal County, Mrs. Meckel was bom on Feb. 6,
TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Running club to host fitness expert today
The New Braunfels Running Club has invited fitness expert, Teresa Villasenor, to demonstrate her “Water Fit” deepwater running program at their annual summer picnic.
The Club will meet Sunday July 17 to 5 pm on the Comal River for a BBQ dinner and swim.
Anyone who is interested in running or is injured and would like to learn more about miming in the water is invited to attend.
For more information please all Susan Phillips it 625-3776.
The New Braunfels Branch of
is proud to announce the opening of it** office at 205 S.IH 35 Suite C
Courtyard Shopping Center
Loans from $100 to $420
Jason Brady 320-11755
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