New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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Hugh Alvin Snelling*
Hugh Alvin Snelling* ol San Marco* pa»»ed away March 16, 1997, a! tile age of 71 year* lie wa* born March 17, 1921, in Mador, Texa*, to Dom* arid Pdith Snelling* He la Nurvivcd by hi* wife Janice Snelling* of* San Marco*, hi* daughter Kri*ti ( urn* lilaik of Auktin, hi* brother (lifton Snelling* ol I Jal la*, two *»*ler*, K utile! Ic Duane of Beaumont arui Mary Alice Peeples of Manafield, Texa*. Ile I* aho survived by two grandchildren, Christopher and Jonathan l.fsik of Au«tin, and a aider in law, Dorothy Nell Snelling* oflfumble, Texa* Funeral eervice* will be I p rn Thur»d«y, March 20, 1997, at ihe Thomaaon Funeral Home, 2001 Ranch Road, Sen Marco* Intennenl will follow at San Marco* C ity Cemetery, The Rev, Hon flick* will off,elate Visitation will be
Wednesday from 5 to 7 p m,
Funeral arrangement* are under the direction of fhomason Funeral Horne, San Marcos, (512) 396-2100.
Thomaaon Funeral Home,
Dr. Bertha V. Ideate
Dr Bertha V i.eilesfe (Missed on from fbi* life March ll, 1997, luivmg been an educator and friend to her many students, family arid friend* She wa* hum in dr iamily flume, in the Plehweville community in Mason County, fcxas, tm Aug ll, I HOH, to Christian and Supine (nee Winkel) Lcifcste She began her teaching career in Faige, texas, and then in
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Marion, Texas, where the taught high school history ami F.ngJish Sir taught one year (1926) in a Gillespie County school. By (hi* time, she wa* convinced she needed more education and entered Southwest lexa* Teacher’* College, Sari Marcos, in 1927, and graduated with her bachelor of art* in 1930 Meanwhile, she wa* a student attestant and teacher at the school Bertha taught during the year of 1931 there and then moved un to ( olumbia University, New York In 1932, she obtained her master of art* degree from the Teacher'* College at Columbia She obtained a position al Clarion State leacher'* College iii northwestern Pennsylvania in 1932 She wa* named director of the Kindergarten and Primary Ixlucation Department Bertha wa* instrumental in establishing die first kindergarten in that part of the state, Between 1939 and 1942, »he attended the
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University of Pittsburgh, and received her doctor of philosophy degree in education from that school in 1942 In 1947, she began teaching at the privately endowed National College of I din adon in Evanston, III. Here she instigated program* she (cit were needed by teachers, young and old, to assist them in becoming better fitted for their fob* arui to aid In the learning process for children, Many summers, she taught classes al the University of Pastern Michigan, Ypsilanti, or at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, or the University of Illinois, Chicago branch In 1966, having been lr) the field of education for 51 years, liertha retired, first living in Chicago where she flail many friends and than moving hack to fexas Mere she retained her connection with the Delta Kappa Gamma and Southwest fcxas State University where she was named an (Jut standi rig Alumnus.
She wa* preceded in death by her parent*, brother Irving, Kilter Fay* Krueger and friend and companion l>r Helen Barton, She is survived by a sister, Van Delia Schul/ of Iron Mountain, Mich., and numerous niece* arid nephew* and other relative*. She will he interred beside her parent* «nd brother at Sunset Memorial Park, There will be a memorial service for Bertha V Leifcste at a later date
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Funeral arrangements are complete at /.oeller Funeral Home for Christine Barclay, who passed away at McKenna Memorial Hospital on Monday, March 17, 1997, ai the age of 91 year*,
Survivors include sister Lorena Barclay of New Braunfels; niece Naomi Harrison and husband Harry of San Angelo, Texa*; grand niece, Kaye Harhson-Whitchcad of Bedford, Texas, grand ncptiew, Mark Thomas Harrison of San Angelo,
Texas, and one grand grand nephew and one grand grand niece.
Visitation is from 11 a rn Wednesday at /ocher funeral Home, with services at 2 p rn in the /ocher Chapel
interment will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park
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