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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 30, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas •tory Lftona Frank Mary Leona Frank of Bynum, Texas died Wednesday Sept. 28 1994, at Town Hall Estates Nursing Home in Hillsboro, Texas. Funeral services will *k Friday Sept. 30,1994, at 2 P.m. at Marshall & Marshall Chapel, Hills-boro, Texas, with Rev. Nancy Schusler officiating. Interment will be at Bran-don-Bynum Cemetery, Hill Country, Texas. * Mary Leona Frank was bom April IS, 1912, in Merkel, Texas. She was the daughter of William Randolph and Winnie (Hill) Haney. She graduated from Bynum High School in 1930 and married Ollie Frank on Oct. IO, 1931. He preceded her in death Aug. 27, 1994. Mrs. Frank was a retired cashier at First Consolidated Bank in Hillsboro. She was an active member of the Bynum Methodist Church, the United Methodist Women, and the Bynum School P.T.A. Currently she was a member of Line Street United Methodist Church in Hillsboro. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Marvin Haney, Bill Haney and Hunter Haney. She is survived by two daughters, Virginia Teer of Hewitt and Margaret Messer of New Braunfels; son Euin Frank of Corsicana; three brothers, R. R. Haney of Everman, Alvin Haney of Joplin, Mo., Joe Haney of Richland Hills, Texas; granddaughter Marie Messer of Live Oak; grandsons Scott Teer of Hewitt, Todd Frank of Corsicana, Erie Frank of Corsicana and Chuck Messer of San Marcos. The family will receive visitors from 6-8 p.m. Thursday evening and 12:30-2 p.m. Friday afternoon at Marshall & Marshall in Hillsboro. Marshall & Marshall Funeral Directors, Hillsboro, TexasBillte Coots RhkVMr Billie Coots Reinter of New Braunfels passed away Wednesday Sept 28, 1994, in a San Antonio hospital after an extended illness at the age of 66 years. Mrs. Reimer was born in Lohn, McCullough County, Texas on Aug. 29,1928, to S. M. Sr. and Ruth (Horton) Coots. She had lived in New Braunfels ft>r 40 years and was a school teacher Sic is survived by her husband Rudy Reimer, children Bill Reimer and wife June, Mike Reimer and wife Linda, all of New Braunfels, Paulette Bryant and husband Larry of Georgia; sisters Ada-line Dwyer of Beaumont, Millie Galloway and husband Jim of Beaumont and Charlotte Carpenter of Austin, brother, S.'M. Coots Jr. of Palacios and eight grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Saturday Oct. 1, 1994, at IO a.m. at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church with cremation to follow. Visitation will begin Thursday at noon and continue until 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home. The family, as per Billie's wishes, asks that no flowers be sent and any memorials be made to New Braunfels Presbyterian Church, 373 Howard St., New Braunfels, Texas, 78130. Pallbearers will be Carlton Donop, Rocky Hill, Clay George, John Matney, John Crews and J. C.'7<xljLZXWWHati Raymond H. Ahrws Raymond H. Ahrens, age 80, of Seguin and a former resident of New Braunfels, died Wedesnday Sept. 28 ,1994, at the Guadalupe Valley Hospital. He was bom June 18, 1914, in Kames County to Rudolph Ahrens and Elizabeth Hoffmann Ahrens. He married Augusta Knetsch on March 26, 1934, in Jourdanton. He was a farmer and a member of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Kenedy, Texas. Funeral services are Friday Sept. 30 at IO a m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. John Waak officiating. Burial will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Survivors include his wife, Augusta Ahrens; daughter and son-in-law Doris and Jerry Haigler of New Braunfels; sons and daughters-in-law Stanley and Betty Ahrens of LaVemia, Clarence and Judy Ahrens of Colorado; brothers Leland Ahrens of Yorktown and Werner Ahrens of Fashing, Texas. Mr. Ahrens is also survived by eight grandchildren plus numerous nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Kenedy, Texas ■*-»---•    g*    Ui.I, f I, KOI ■na Wa worsen Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels fix Roland C. Welsch who died at his residence in Smithson Valley on Friday Sept 30,1994, at Ae age of 71 years. Doeppenschmidt Funeral HomeThoiosa Nauert arson Theresa Nauert Green (nee Meckel) of New Braunfels died Tuesday Sept. 27, 1994, at John Paul II Nursing Home in Kenedy, Texas, at Ae ate of 79 years. She was bom July 24,1915, in Hancock, Texas to Joseph Philllip and Hilda (Broch) Meckel. Mrs. Green was a homemaker and was affiliated wiA the Protestant Church. She was involved in Ae VFW Ladies Auxiliary. Ste is survived by soh and daughter-in-law Johonas R. and Carol Nauert of Austin; grandchildren Philip Nauert, Ralaine Nauert, and Michelanne Hina-josa; great-grandson James DeKota Funeral services will be Saturday Oct. I, 1994, at 3 p.m. at Doeppen schmidt Funeral Home. Burial will be at the Austin Memorial Park in Austin at 5 p.m. Visitation will be 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. until service time Saturday. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be given to the Alzheimer’s Association Greater San Antonio Chapter, 8546 Broadway Suite I IO, San Antonio, Texas 78217. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home; Maxine Thurman Maxine Thurman of New Braunfels died Thursday Sept. 29,1994, in San Antonio at the age of 82 years. Funeral services will be Monday Oct. 3, 1994, at IO a m. at First Baptist Church in New Braunfels with Dr. Gordon Graham officiating. Burial will be at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Visitation will begin at 7 p.m. Saturday and continue until 8:30 a m. Monday. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Baptist Church. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Seniors finding retirement is the perfect time to learn to jam ; ROCHESTER, N Y. (AP) — When his wife of 45 years died in 1990, Charlie Rose was a lost soul. A year later, at age 76, his lone journey took an inspirational leap: The retired teacher and magistrate bought a saxophone, an instrument he'd yearned to play since childhood, and joined a band. Geriatric gigs are gettin’ down! They transport Rose and his new wife — a widow in the alto sax section — down parade routes, into parks, festivals, retirement homes and onto many a splendid coneen stage. The 100-member New Horizons Band they belong to is composed of people ages 50 and up, nearly all retired. Many hadn't played musical instruments fix half a century, if at all, when they came together in January 1991. "Music, I think, gives people a sense that they have something to contribute," said the band’s founder and conductor, Roy Ernst "And I’m not sure Ast that’s so common for people as they get older." Aute 56k bsgfaupRg banda for seniors will catch on as baby boomers slide into retirement. The nation’s 65-plus population is expected to double to 65 million in 35 years A professor of music educanon at the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music, Ernst helped a similar band get going in Madison, Wis., in 1992. Others are starting up this fell in Indianapolis and early next year in Phoenix and Iowa City, iowa. "Next to my family, certainly, the musical activity is the most important thing in my life," said Roger Christensen, 68, a retired professor of microbiology who took up clarinet “because Benny Goodman is a hero” For most others in the band, time is aplenty. And besides getting a second chance to try something that passed them by in their youA, music can freshen their sense of identity when their careers comes to a close. Charlie Rose found a new companion in Rita Blum Boyer, whose husband had died in 1985. "We had something like six or seven saxophonists," she said, "but I chose to sit down next to Charlie and thereby lies a tale." They were married a year ago. Both turn 80 later this year. "We’ve found that once you join the band, you stick wiA it,” she said. "Not many people drop out. It’s something that holds you." Using volunteers from the band, the University of Rochester's medical school is studying whether music pimnififf ftmsswa "We adjust to having some kinds of imperfections in the group all the time, and Aat doesn't detract from having a really satisfying performance,” Ernst said “Most concert-goers don’t just want to hear a dazzling display of technique or a very complicated composition. They want to hear a person perform music and have something that comes from the heart." The 18-page Wednesday, June 8 Herald-Zeitung contained 68 local stories and 365 names of area residents. How Many Days Would You Have To Read Another Newspaper To Get That Much I*ocal News?  D.J. Saturday HIGH VOLTAGE, D.J. NOW SERVING LUNCH & DINNER QWWI 1390 Old McQueeney Rd. N S ll The O" 4CES Patio & Cantina Sept. 28 - BIG "O" Sept. 29 - MONTY TYLER BAND Sept. 30 - QUARTER MOON Oct. 1 - MONTY TYLER BAND Now open on The Patio Thurs. nights Music 9:30-1 30 - Open 'INI 2am #1 River Rd. lr AWn UU 7«m St*** it 620-RAFT Free cap when you buy a case of Havoline. Ak) $.1 a chance tor a tree mp to a PPG linty Car Wink! Series rate of >t>ur ck me vc til un die u*Uinental U.S. PIT STOP ADO MORE LIFE TD YOUR CAR. Nut    Itywi)    IU    tutti    I    tit    tm »«<*,. *J ut >.»i) nut! nam*    Mmi    (*► iv un * 1.1 tan)-iL.i* .ult it*    IU. "ill*, - *<ipu.Att ML*! 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There is no valid excuse to exclude him.” The debate between Mrs. Hutchison and Fisher is at 6 p.m. Sunday on C-SPAN Officials of the organizing League of Women Voters said Blondeau doesn’t meet their debate criteria because he wasn’t nominated in a primary election. Johnson, however, said Libertarians offer an alternative to Republicans and Democrats and should bctoard. In other political developments: — Hutchison spokesman David Beckwith said Fisher broke his promise not to accept political action committee contributions by receiving a donation from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, which is funded in I.    I    >1.1.    \    I    I)    ,1V,    .    II.ill Thun. Sept 29 7:30-11:30 (no cover) PIRK HAMILTON Fri. Sept. 30 8-12 (no cover) BRUCE ROBISON BAND S«. Oct I 1-5 (no cower) DERAILERS ERBIEUBOWSER1 & The Blues Specialists Stat. 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