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Walter Grayson of near Fayetteville, Mrs. Pallbearers will be J. May God be merciful to his mourning loved ones, is our sincere wish. International truck 5 seats good condition, Over c.
Michael'sCatholic Church, with burial in theparish cemetery. Service were held at the Porter-Loring Funeral Home a 10 a. Gerald Hubertus officiated in the services. His business was wrecked but he startedagain "from scratch" and built it up again. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the bereaved family. The family has requested that memorial contributions be directed to either the Lissie United Methodist Church or to the Peter D. In lieu of usual remembrances, the family requests memorials to be made to the American Heart Association or to Ducks Unlimited.
Over the course of a year, a single picture is taken by A temporary intervention at the Barcelona Pavilion I rub my eyes in disbelief, dazzled by its appearance. Pinch them together, then look again. Precise, harmonious, poetic as always. Some of our tours. I am now fascinated by the subject matter of ottoman and byzantine mosques. They had never experienced such a good architecture tour before! In the past, during our previous office trips to many other cities in North America we have tried to find similar tours and we never really found anything like it.
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She was a daughter of Lt. Gegenworth spent the remainder of her life In Columbus. She was married to George Gegenworth, Columbus native, Sept.
The couple had 2 daughters, Lella Frances and Geraldine Varina. Lella Frances, who later became Mrs. Light Townsend of San Antonio, died in Geraldine Varina, now Mrs. Woodfln Boggess of Dallas, survives. Gegenworth joined the First. Baptist church In Columbus In and was baptized in the Colorado river. She was a charter member of Shropshire-Upton chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, and belonged to the Columbus Study club and other organizations prominent in civlc and social life of Columbus.
Other survivors are 4 granddaughters. Rhine of San Antonio, Mrs. Stringer of Waco and Mrs. Ginder of Dallas, and 11 great-grandchildren. A nephew-in-law, Bennett Hastings of Columbus was also close to Mrs. Pallbearers were George R. Among those from out of town for the services were Mr. Bill Garner of Beaumont, Mr. Tom Herod of Houston, Mr. David Blanchi of Houston and Mrs.
Gray and Mark Hopkins of San Antonio. In the death of Mr. George Gegenworth of Columbus on Tuesday night of this week the senior editor of this paper lost a life-long friend, one whose friendship, dating back to our earliest boyhood days, never wavered. George Gegenworth was a self-made man. No one realizes this more than the writer.
Born and raised just two blocks apart in the old town of Columbus, we grew up with George and throughout the many years that have elapsed since we were boys together, he was always the same, as true as steel to his friends, always glad to extend a helping hand to those less fortunate than himself. George had a hard struggle in his early days, as we well remember, yet he never faltered. That he eventually achieved success he owed to no one but himself. George loved life and got pleasure out of it.
That he hated to go and leave his loved ones, we well know. Stricken with heart trouble recently, he put up many a fight, but the creator of all things willed otherwise, and our life-long friend was called to his eternal home. We mourn his passing as we would that of a near and dear relative, for we were boys raised up together and our friendship through all the long years of manhood never faltered. We always regarded George Gegenworth as one of our truest, bets friends, and his passing has struck us a blow from which we will never recover.
May God be merciful to his mourning loved ones, is our sincere wish. George Gegenworth was born and raised in Columbus and spent his entire life there. He was about 64 years of age at time of death. He was one of the leading business men of that community, member of the Baptist Church, Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythias lodges. He is survived by his widow, two daughters, Mrs. Woodfin Boggess of Dallas and Mrs.
Light Townsend of San Antonio, two sisters, Mrs. Hastings of Columbus and Mrs. Garner of Beaumont, and five grandchildren, to whom our heartfelt sympathy is extended. Wyatt officiating assisted by the Knights of Pythias Lodge. Several from here will attend the funeral.
Gegenworth, who departed this life in Columbus, Texas, on the 22d day of August , was at the time of his death, in his 55th year. At the battle of Chicamaugo, he was wounded in the cheek the ball taking away a part of his tongue, causing a slight impediment in his speech. For years he was a member of the I. His widow and three children do not alone mourn his loss. In every relation of life, he has always been found true and faithful. Long a resident of Columbus, he leaves behind him no enemies, and a host of friends.
His old comrades of the 5th Texas, can and will inscribe upon his tomb this greatest of all epitaphs: Caroline Gehrke, the mother Mrs. Kunze, of this city, after a lingering illness, died last Sunday night, of pneumonia, aged 96 years. About three years ago she had an attack of rheumatism, which has confined her to her bed a great part of the time since. She has spent a long and useful life, and was ready for the summons. The people of our little city were intensely grieved Saturday morning upon receipt of intelligence that Mrs.
Geisendorff, wife of our esteemed dentist friend, Dr. Geisendorff, had died at a hospital in San Antonio, just a few hours previous, following a second operation. Geisendorff had been in bad health for several months and only a days ago was taken to San Antonio for an operation, following which operation she seemed to improve, and every hope was held out that her health was improving and that her permanent recovery was shortly to follow. It was a vain hope, for conditions changed the latter part of the past week, and it was deemed necessary to again take her to the hospital for a second operation.
From this operation she failed to rally, and death came soon afterwards, amid intense suffering. Following her death, the remains were prepared for burial and brought to Weimar Saturday afternoon for interment the following morning in the Masonic cemetery. Gibbons, pastor of the Methodist church, performing same. Owing to the threatening condition of the weather, the ceremony was necessarily brief, The funeral was largely attended, many members of the Masonic fraternity and Eastern Star Chapter being present.
Geisendorff was 30 years old at the time of her death. She was a Miss Bethuel Scaife before marriage; was born in Alabama and at an early age moved with her parents to Texas the remainder of her life was spent in Texas and Louisiana; was married to Dr. Geisendorff at Leesville, La, in A heart broken husband, little daughter. Agnes, father,mother, two sisters and three brothers survive.
She was a member of the Methodist church for many years, also of the Sunday school, and but a few weeks ago put in her letter for membership in the Weimar church. She also was a member of the Eastern Star order. Geisendorff had only lived in our city a few short months, but it is no exaggeration to say that no lady ever came to our city and made so many friends on such short acquaintance.
Possessed o f a most cheerful disposition, honest and sincere to all, a kindly word and cheerful greeting for all who met her, she was a typical southern lady, one whose acquaintance was a source of delight and benefit to all around her. In the church, the Sunday school, the lodge room, the family circle and the neighborhood, her presence was an inspiration and pleasure, and her death is deplored and regretted as sincerely as if she had spent the whole of her life among us.
To the grief stricken husband, little daughter, aged mother and father, brothers and sisters, the heartfelt and sincere sympathy of our entire community is extended, with the hope that the great Father above, who tempers the wind to the shorn lamb, will be with and console them as He alone can.
He had resided in Frelsburg for fifty-two years. Peter and Paul Cemetery ]. Elisabeth Geistmann, an aged widow, died at her home on the 27th ult. Her remains were laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery the following day. Gustmann[sic], died at the home of his parents of typhoid fever on the 7th inst.
His remains were laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery. Funeral services were held in Fayetteville Dec. Further rites were held In Sts. Edward Geiser officiating and burial was in the Frelsburg Catholic cemetery. He is survived by his widow; 5 daughters, Mrs. Walter Grayson and Mrs. Albert Moeller, all of near Fayetteville; Mrs. Sam Zubicek of Cat Spring and Mrs. Ben Halfmann of Ellinger and Mrs.
Henry Wilde and Mrs. John Koll of Lott. Funeral services were held Wednesday, March 13, , for Walter Geistmann, the victim of a highway mishap. Services were held at Knesek Funeral Chapel in Fayetteville, at 9: Interment was in the Frelsburg Catholic cemetery. Geistmann, a veteran of World War II, met his death about This caused the car to strike two highway guard posts, turning the car completely over, and throwing the driver out on the road, caused his immediate death.
Survivors are his mother, Mrs. Mary Geistmann, of Fayetteville Rt. Jesse Bertsch and Mrs. Albert Moeller of near Fayetteville, Mrs. Sam Zubicek of Cat Spring, Mrs.
Homer Kantsteiner of Columbus, and Mrs. His father, Julius Geistmann preceded him in death on Dec. Koenig Funeral Home of La Grange directed the funeral. Funeral servIces were set for Mar. Sunday when his car overturned at a highway Y near Fayetteville. Geistmann had served as pallbearer the day before his fatal accident at the funeral of his uncle, Ben Schertz of the Frelsburg community.
According to officers, Sheriff T. Flournoy and Patrolman Otis Hlldebrandt who investigated, Geistmann's car hit loose gravel, did a complete turnover and landed back on its wheels. The driver, who was alone, was thrown out.
Burial was In the Frelsburg Catholic cemetery. Mary Geistmann; 5 sisters, Mrs. Albert Moeller And Mrs. Walter Grayson of near Fayetteville, Mrs. Homer Kansteiner of Columbus. His father Julius Geistmann, died last Dec.
Gentry of Rock Island, died last Tuesday morning of that dreaded disease tuberculosis, and her remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at this place that evening. Douglas performing the burial service in a very impressive manner. Gentry resided at this place for year5s, and on account of failing health the family moved to Rock Island in January of this year to be near a doctor, but medical skill and kind attention could avail nothing.
Gentry was sixty two years old and the mother of eight children, four of whom preceded her to the great beyone. She was a devout christian and as she neared the end of her life's journey she said she was willing to go. Relatives attending the funeral from a distance were her sons, John Gentry and family of Papalote, Alfred Gentry of Cameron, her sister, Mrs. Melissa Johnson of Yoakum and her niece Mrs. Gertrude Herndon of Fulshear. We extend the bereaved family and relatives our sincerest sympathy in their sad affliction.
Gentry an aged lady who formerly lived in this section, an aunt of S. Chapman of this city, died in San Antonio Monday, and the remains werebrought here for interment Tuesday at noon, the funeral taking place from Mr. Gentry was highly esteemed by many of the old-time residents of this section, and her death is sincerely deplored.
Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the bereaved family. Gentry, recently elected County Surveyor, died Monday last, of a dropsical affection. He has been a citizen of our county for several years, and was a veteran of the Mexican War. Died, at the residence of Mr. Thomas Gentry last Friday morning, the beloved wife of Mr. Interment was in St. The former Miss Agnes Knape, she was born Jan. She was married to Joe Genzer in at Holman, and they lived in the Ammannsville section until , when they moved to Schulenburg.
Since then she had lived in various parts of Fayette County and in Garwood 17 years, finally moving to the Wharton area, where she was making her home with a son. Willie, and his family, at the time of her death. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Frank Mary Zouzalik of Flatonia, Mrs. Joe Agnes Papacek of Moulton, Mrs. Ed Annie Lobpries of Garwood, and Mrs. Julia Burres of Oakland Calif.
Theresa Didek of Waco and Mrs. Sophie Mooney of Houston; 32 grandchildren, 55 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren. One son, Louis, died 6 years ago and 3 other children died as infants; a sister died in and a brother preceded her in death a few weeks ago.
Albert Vincik and George Genzer. Friday afternoon while George and Emil Genzer, well known young men of this section, were enroute to Schulenburg in their Ford car, they endeavored while passing the cemetery west of town to??? According to the story of the Genzers, as they did so, and while their car was going at a rather rapid rate of speed, they encountered several school children in the road just ahead of them.
The Genzers claim it was a case of either running down the children or going into the ditch, and they decided on the latter course, with the result that their car somersaulted three times, was practically torn to pieces and both of the occupants were under the wreckage.
Help in rescuing them was quickly at hand, when it was found that Emil had a badly crushed leg, while George had escaped with but a few bruises. The remains were prepared for burial and Saturday afternoon were laid to rest in the cemetery at Ammannsville.
He was a young man well liked by all who knew him, and his tragic death is indeed deeply deplored. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to his bereaved ones. The funeral took place at St. Genzer was a native of Austria, but had lived in this country for many years. He is survived by his widow and eight children, namely: He was a little over 58 years of age at the time of his death.
He was a member of the Hermann Soehne and S. He was a man of genial temperament, and well liked by those who knew him. Many relatives and friends were present at the funeral. Our sympathy goes out to the bereaved family. Funeral services for Louis M. Genzer, 54, Schulenburg carpenter who died last Saturday after a heart attack, were held from St. Rose Catholic Church in Schulenburg with interment in St. Genzer, a former resident of Weimar, had had pneumonia about three weeks prior to the fatal heart attack.
He married Miss Louisa Rerich here in , and they lived on a farm near Weimar for seven years before moving to Schulenburg. At Schulenburg he worked for the Carnation Company for 22 years. For the past two years he had followed the carpentering trade. He was a member of St. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Louisa Genzer of Schulenburg; his mother, Mrs. Julia Briggs of California; Mrs. Agnes Papacek of Moulton, Mrs. Mary Krenak of Flatonia and Mrs. Mildred Briggs of Oklahoma; and five grandchildren.
MichaeI's Catholic Church here, with burial in the church cemetery. Gerald Hubertus officiated in the services. Genzer was born Dec. She was married to Louis Genzer here on Oct.
Genzer died in Genzer moved back to the Weimar area 17 years ago. Eusties Henrietta Chlebek of Edna and Mrs. Fritz Delores Kunz of Weimar; 16 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; her mother, Mrs. Michael's Catholic Church, with burial in theparish cemetery. She was married to George Genzer Sr.
He preceded her in death in She had lived atWeimar since her marriage and previously lived atSchulenburg. One bother preceded her indeath. Fritz Genzer, formerly Miss Steffek of this community. Fritz Genzer of Boling Sulphur Field. Michael's Cemetery Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. We understand that Mrs. Genzer had been in ill health for some time before her death. Every care and attention was given her, but it was all without avail.
God claimed her, and she joined Him in that heavenly home above. She is survived by her devoted husband and several children, besides a large circle of relatives and friends.
The family resided in this community for a number of years. He apparently died within seconds after the car landed on its top crossways of the four-foot ditch. Tracks of the Chevrolet, easily seen in the rain-softened ditch, indicated Genzer's car had drifted gradually across the highway as he headed southward into Weimar.
The accident occurred at Highway Patrolman Ray Scholton said. City Marshal Fred Vornsand assisted in the investigation. Missed Sign Post The car missed, by about six inches, a two-inch metal sign post that might have slowed or deflected it enough to save Genzer's life. The vehicle left the paved roadway about feet from where it struck the culvert of a private driveway with its left front, and sailed another 45 feet before landing upside down, doing a half-turn in the air to face east.
Genzer was pinned under wreckage until a wrecker arrived to set the car upright. He had sustained severe head injuries that probably caused almost instant death. The gradual path of the car, with no sign of braking, indicated the driver had fallen asleep or in some way was unconscious when the car left the road.
Welder, Carpenter Genzer was a lifelone resident of the Weimar and Schulenburg area except for two years he lived at Eagle Lake, working as a welder. He had been a mechanic for Renken-Heller Motor Co.
His family moved to a farm north of Weimar when he was After high school he had served in the National Guard. He is survived by one brother, George Genzer of Rt.
Mildred Lillie of Columbus, Mrs. Henrietta Clebek of Edna, and Mrs. Dolores Kunz of Weimar. Funeral Tuesday Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, Nov.
Michael's Catholic Church, with burial in the church cemetery. Bellville, Texas, April Gerbermann, farmer of near Cat Spring, was instantly killed by lightning Tuesday. Gerbermann was plowing in his field when he was struck by the bolt of lightning, which also killed his team. He was about 60 years old, and is survived by his wife and a number of children. The death of Mr. He died of dropsy, after long suffering. This disease suddenly came upon him about the first of July, to the surprise of his acquaintances, as he had been, up to that time, a very healthy, robust man.
He went to bed soon after the disease developed, and was confined to bed till relieved by death. All was done for him that could be done by physicians and friends. His death was not a surprise as it had been expected for some time. He leaves a wife and daughter and four stepchildren, and many friends, to miss him and mourn his loss. His stepchildren are all grown and married. His daughter is almost a grown young lady, being about fifteen years of age. He had been a resident of this town a number of years, and was engaged the most of his time in the mercantile business.
He was a good business man; had fine intelligence, and was at one time an alderman of the town. Gerhardt, niece of the late Dr. Cook of Weimar, died at her home in Houston at 4: In addition to her husband she leaves a nephew, Theodore Lowrey of Tuscaloosa, Ala. Gerhardt, 84, of Houston was buried in Masonic Cemetery here Dec. A retired chemist and year resident of Houston, he died Dec. He was a native of Cuero. His first wife, who died in , was the former Miss Maggie Cohen, a niece of Dr.
Gerhardt is survived by his wife, Mrs. Flossie Gerhardt, of Houston, a sister and three brothers. Born June 27, , he was the son of Roy F. A veteran of the U. Navy, he had lived in the Columbus area for 32 years. He was a member of New Life. Serving as pallbearers were John Payne Jr. He was born Feb. He worked as a mechanic and was retired from the Texas Highway Department. He served in the U. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife; daughter, Virginia Mae Copeland; son, David Ray Gerloff; two sisters; and two brothers.
Miller, pastor of the Grace Lutheran Church will officiate at the services and at the interment in Lakeside Cemetery. Surviving the deceased are: Also surviving are twelve grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren and numerous other relatives. One daughter died in infancy. German was born in Germany of May 18, At the age of seventeen he worked his passage to this country and on the ship met a man who was returning from a visit overseas, and with this man went to Plum Creek, Nebraska for his first experience on an American farm.
On March 9, , he married Margaret Schneider in Nebraska and in brought his family to Texas to property purchased in the Sheridan area. He remained in Colorado County, farming until his retirement 20 years ago. Despite their age, they were both able to care for themselves. German went into business for himself in the early '50s in Eagle Lake.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Charlie. His wife Selma Frances German passed away In Survivors include two daughters: Franke of Victoria and Mrs. Selma F Mathis ot Eagle Lake; two sons: German of San Antonio;.
Clarence German of Brookshire and Aaron German of Weimar; eleven grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. Arrangements were under the direction of Dulany Funeral Home. James "Jim" Milton German Sr. Luke's Medical Center in Houston. He worked as a railroad employee shuttle driver for Rail Crew Express, Inc. Aimstrong, Steven Scholes Jr. Memorial services are at 11 a. German, a resident of ColoradoCounty,for the past fifty years,passed away quietly lastFriday,August 3rd  at Colonial Rest Home inSchulenburg where she had been residing for the past fourmonths.
She was 84 years,10 months,and seven daysold. Funeral services were held at 4: Graveside services in LakesideCemetery were conducted by theRev. Serving as pallbearers were her grandsonand grandson-in-law: German, and Lloyd W. German of Brookshire, and Kenneth W. Margaret Schneider was born on Sept. She married Hans H. German at Oconto, Nebraska onMarch 1, To this union were born two daughters and foursons. Her husband preceded her in death on Sept.
The family came to this county settlingin the Sheridan area where Mr. German farmed until hisretirement in about For the past 25 years they residednear her daughter and family, and for the past 3 years inthe home of Mr. Marx until her move to Schulenburg4 months ago. AlfredMarx; four sons,Hans N. Martha Lanier of Decatur,Ga. All of her immediate family attended theservices except three grandsons, Alfred Marx Jr.
She was a devoted wife and mother and afriend to all and she shall be missed dearly by all herloved ones. On Tuesday, August 21, , the world lost a great man, wonderful husband and caring father, Milton A. Army in order to fulfill his duty to his country. He served two years in the Army and was honorably discharged in June Right after basic training, Milton married Harolyn Ann Beech and they had four children: James Jimmy , Donald, Cathy, and Rodney.
Together they successfully blended their extended families eight children-almost all teenagers under one rowdy roof. Although Milton lived for a while in Houston and League City, he lived most of his life in Weimar, Texas, which is where he considered home. Milton was distinguished by his ability to make friends with almost anyone he met.
And, because of his caring nature and obvious devotion to others, Milton was thought of with the highest regards by everyone who knew him. Milton loved his family and would do almost anything for them.
He was constantly calling all his children to make sure they were okay and thinking up reasons to throw yet another Bar-B-Que so that his family could be together. However, these get-togethers were also an excuse for family poker and domino games, which gave Milton opportunities to clean out his children's and grandchildren's wallets on a regular basis.
Although Milton's family was so dear to him, he still carved out time for his two favorite pastimes -- golf or traveling. He and Betty stayed "on the road" in their RV as much as possible after Milton's retirement from Acme Bridge, where he was a road construction superintendent fondly known as "Sneaky Snake" for his ability to find his sons loafing on the job.
Because of his faith in God, his numerous health issues were "mere speed-bumps in the road of life," due in large part to the thoughtful counseling of Pastor Herb Beyer. The family wishes to thank family, friends, and caregivers who showed their continued support through Milton's many illnesses. Eagle Lake, with burial in Lakeside Cemetery. German died June 14 in St. Joseph's Hospital, Houston, where she had been transferred two days earlier after a few hours' stay in the Eagle Lake Hospital.
She had been ill with a diabetes condition,. She was born here Feb. They moved to Eagle Lake 37 years ago. Her husband survives her, along with two daughters, Mrs.
Oleo Franke of Victoria and Mrs. German of Palacios and Lester R. German of San Antonio; one brother, Louis Lamkin, a resident of Parkview Manor in Weimar; 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Spradley was an alternate pallbearer.
Funeral services for Max J. Gerngross of Columbus were held Saturday at St. Interment was at St. He was 81 years of age. His wife, the form Mary Kleighege, preceded him in death on April 24, He was a clock repairman and a rancher and also served as church organist. He was a member of the Catholic Church.
The remains were brought to Weimar Tuesday and laid to rest in the Masonic cemetery , a large number of relatives and friends witnessing the last sad rites. This young man was sorely afflicted, but he bore his sufferings like a martyr, and while his death is deeply deplored, it was doubtless a relief to him. Our sincere sympathy goes out to the family in he sad loss the members have sustained. Services for Peter D. Gertson, 92,of Lissie were held Feb. He was born on a ranch near Concordia, Kan.
The family came to Lissie in and continued to farm as they did in Kansas. Gertson began rice farming for himself in and expanded his operation in to the raising of Brahman cattle for many years. A distinguished lifetime career spent in agriculture, he farmed rice and raised cattle in both Wharton and Colorado Counties. Gertson always expressed a deep concern and love for the youth of the area.
Gertson was a big fan of East Bernard High School athletics and supported the youth in every way that he could. He was voted Fan of the Year in He was recognized nationally as having one of the largest private wildlife collections in the state of Texas.
He was married to Temperance Hutchins of Lissie Oct 19, The union lasted over 20 years until her death April 17, Honorary pallbearers were Dr. The family has requested that memorial contributions be directed to either the Lissie United Methodist Church or to the Peter D. He moved to Eagle Lake with his family in his childhood and attended Eagle Lake schools. He was an avid sportsman, participating in many activities.
He also attended Wharton County Junior College. His lifetime career was in agriculture and he was a prominent figure in the rice farming industry in the Coastal Bend. He was past president and an active member of the American Rice Growers Association. Adolph Vecera of Eagle Lake and Mr. David Mann, pastor, officiating. Dan Thornton and Sam Center delivered eulogies. Clara May Nash served as organist.
In lieu of usual remembrances, the family requests memorials to be made to the American Heart Association or to Ducks Unlimited. Critically injured was Miss Willyne Beken, also 22, of here. She is in a Bay City Hospital, with a brain concussion and other injuries.
Her condition was described Tuesday as improving but still very serious. Also injured were Dr. Charles Drapela, 34, El Campo veterinarian, driver of the pickup, and his passenger, year-old Arthur Jugan, who had a broken leg. Miss Getschmann, daughter of Mr. Bennie Getschmann, died at 4: The accident occurred at the intersection of a farm-market road and Highway 71 in Midfield, just after the two girls and Miss Joyce Johnson of near Midfield had visited a beauty parlor in preparation for the evening wedding of a Southwest Texas State College classmate.
The had left Miss Johnson at her home and were proceeding to the home of Fred Cornelius in Midfield where they were weekend guests. Cornelius are grandparents of the bride, Mrs. Curtis Graf, the former Miss Wyona Chiles. Miss Getschmann and Miss Beken had been classmates since the first grade, when they were the only two girls in the class.
Both had compiled outstanding records of scholarship and leadership by the time they were graduated from Weimar High School. Miss Beken, daughter of Mr. She was to have been a bridesmaid in the 6 p. Funeral services for Faye Kathryn Getschmann were held at 2: Baumann preached the sermon and officiated at the graveside in the Weimar Cemetery. Bennie Getschmann, was born in Weimar on Oct.
She won the State Future Homemakers of America Degree in and was graduated with honors that year. Just last month she was initiated into the Alpha Phi chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, national honorary music Sorority, and was elected recording secretary.
Surviving her are her parents, a younger sister, Connie, and other relatives. A brother preceded her in death as an infant. Interment followed at the Weimar MasonicCemetery. She was a lifelong member chartermember of Zion Lutheran Church in Schulenburg and LadiesGroup at Zion, holding office on numerousoccasions.
Getschmann is survived by daughter,Connie Sullivan of Houston; one grandson, Brad Sullivan; andnumerous nieces and nephews. Graveside services were set for this Monday at 2 p. Robert Walker of Columbus and Rev. Bill Huth of Seguin,formerly of Columbus officiated.
Graveside rites wereconducted by Masonic Caledonia Lodge No. Aftergraduation from Georgetown High School he earned a degree inchemistry from Southwestern University, Georgetown, andlater received his master's degree.
His first teaching job was at SchulenburgHigh School in , as assistant football coach andelementary principal. He met Angie Pratka there, and theywere married July 21, They moved to Columbus in when hewas hired as high school principal and coach.
Four yearslater he was appointed superintendent of Columbus ISD. During his tenure as superintendent, 13 outlying commondistricts were consolidated with Columbus ISD, almostdoubling the enrollment. Giddens' football teams at Columbus wondistrict championships in , and , and the othertwo years they were runners-up.
The team was the firstfrom Columbus to win a regional championship. He retired in and devoted his timeto cattle raising on his farm at High Hill, Fayette County,and the hobby of woodworking and building grandfatherclocks.
At Columbus he had served in variouscivic and church capacities. Surviving in addition to his wife are adaughter and son-in-law, Dianne and E. Annie Muriel Smith ofGeorgetown; and two nephews. A brother and a sister precededhim in death. Survivors include her husband of 28years, James H. December 6 with Rev. Felix Rohan of Content, who was called to San Antonio by the death of his sister, returned home Tuesday.
Michael Catholic Church, with Rev. Gilbreath died Tuesday, Sept. She always put the needs of others ahead of her own. She was educated inColumbus schools and was a life-long member of St. Funeral services were held Nov. Paul United Methodist church with Rev. Interment followed in WillingWorkers Cemetery in Columbus. Services were under the direction of Henneke Funeral Home inColumbus. Honorary pallbearers were Willie Fitzgerald, Robert W. Gilcrease, Daryl Fitzgerald, Craig R. DurrellGilcrease, and Samuel Johnson.
Gilcrease is survived by herHusband; her daughter, Dorothy J. Spriggs; son anddaughter-in-law, C. Durrell Gilcrease and wife, Anges N. Durrell Gilcrease and Craig R. Gilcrease;nine great-grandchildren and onegreat-great-grandchild. Paul United Methodist Church at an early age. Over the years, Mr. Gilcrease served the church as chairperson of the board of trustees, member of the senior choir, janitor and member of the Life in the Spirit prayer group, among other positions.
While serving in the U. Army between , he was awarded six service awards. Services were held Saturday, July 12th at St. Interment followed in Willing Workers Cemetery in Columbus.
Irving, Ivory Collins and Raymond Dillard. A charge of negligent homicide was filedMonday in county court by Highway Patrolman Alton Adcockafter a July 4th wreck near Columbus in which a year-oldColumbus negro, Herbert Gilcrease was killed.
Three others in the car were injuredincluding the driver, Roy Lester Glover, 22, of Columbus,against whom the charge was filed. Glover was hospitalized first atColumbus, then transferred to Youens here and released thefollowing day after treatments for multiple abrasions andbruises. Etta Lee Johnson, 22, of Columbussuffered a broken foot, cuts and bruises and washospitalized at Columbus. She and Gilcrease were riding withGlover in the front seat.
The fourth occupant, Joe Mitchellof Columbus was riding in the back seat and was notseriously injured. The car, a late model Oldsmobile,overturned on a farm-market road about 2 miles north ofColumbus on the afternoon of the 4th. Gilcrease was thrownout and died of a broken neck and fractured skull.
The carwas totally wrecked. The charge against Glover was filed incounty court because it is not a felony. He is charged withnot having a legal driver's license. Other than some of the usualfender-bumping this was the only traffic accident in thecounty during the long July Fourth holiday, although highwaytraffic was unusually heavy all three days. A one-car July 4 traffic accident 1. Gilcrease, Columbus Negro man, was thrownfrom the Oldsmobile sedan and his head crushed and neckbroken.
Highway Patrolman Alton Adcock reported. He isColorado County's 5th traffic fatality of theyear. Joe Mitchell, also of Columbus, was not hurt. He was in the back seat of the car, and the other 3 were inthe front seat, Gilcrease on the right side.
Etta Lee Johnson suffered a broken heeland other injuries and was treated at Columbus hospital. Glover was brought to Columbus hospital and later was movedto Youens hospital at Weimar.
Extent of his injuries was notknown. Monday a charge of negligent homicide wasfiled in county court against Glover. He is accused in thecharge of "unlawfully driving an automobile" without havinga legal driver's license. Justice of the Peace E. Frnka held theinquest over Gilcrease. Hobbs also assisted at the wreckscene. The accident was the worst, by far, inthe county over the Independence Day holiday and was theonly one reported in the area near Columbus.
Gilcrease and 20 others lost their livesduring the holiday weekend on Texas highways. It had beenpredicted that 28 would lose their lives to traffic duringthat period.. Funeral services were held at 2 p. Susan Gilcrease, who died Aug.
Earl of Santa Rosa, Calif. She is also survived by a number of grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren and one great, great grandchild. In and around the immediate vicinity she leaves a number of nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.
Gilcrease was the aunt of Mrs. Grace Towell of this city. She was one of the quiet natural-born peace makers in the troubled world and shall be sadly missed by all who knew her. Grant Giles, a Negro farmer on the HughWilson place east of town, was almost instantly killed by a charge of buckshot from a gun that had been set as a trap for chicken thieves at the Kreider farm a short distance east of Ramsey.
The incident occurred at about two o'clock Monday morning. Kreider, an aged poultry raiser, had been bothered by loss of chickens for a long time, and finally became disgusted with the situation. Determined to put a stop to his losses from thieves, he set a trap with a shotgun inside the chicken house, aimed at the door and arranged in such a manner that the opening of the door to acertain point would discharge the gun.
About two o'clock he heard the gun explode and got up to see what had happened. He found a cap and a gunnysack lying in the door, but did not make any further examination, thinking the marauder had been scared off. At daybreak he went to the scene and found the dead Negro a short distance from the chicken housewhere he had managed to run after shot. He had received the full charge in the breast, indicating that he had been killed almost instantly.
Giles had been convicted of chicken theft in District court here in September , and given a suspended sentence. The Kreiders have been raising chickens on quite a large scale for a number of years, and bear a very good reputation in the country.
He was born in Yoakum, Nov. He attended school in Yoakum and later joined the U. He was a certified diesel mechanic as well as a certified truck driver. Funeral services were conducted Jan. Carl Evans, pastor, officiating. Interment followed at Willing Workers Cemetery in Columbus. Honorary pallbearers were Joe L. He attended school in Yoakumand later joined the United States Army. He married ModieMae White Giles in the early s.
He is survived by children; Charles,Linda, Shirley and Bryant, one daughter-in-law, oneson-in-law, three grandsons, two granddaughters, twogreat-grandchildren, brothers; Sam, Joe, Carnell, Robert,Oscar, Marcell and Jimmy, sisters; Edius Marie and MaryAnne, nieces nephews and other relatives andfriends.
Funeral service was Jan. Interment followed at WillingWorkers Cemetery. Stewart, Robert Waddle and LeoHargrove. Honorary pallbearers were Charles H. He is survived by brothers and sisters;the Rev. Manard and Ruth B. Interment followed at WillingWorkers Cemetery inColumbus.
Honorary pallbearers were Willie B. A pall was thrown over this communityearly yesterday morning when the news reached here that acar occupied by five young men had been wrecked on thehighway between Beasley and Hungerford and Leon Gillettekilled outright. Details of the accident received later inthe day indicate that the car, a Ford Coupe owned byJohnny Shearer of Wharton, was occupied by five boysreturning to Wharton from Houston. At the concrete bridgebetween Beasley and Hungerford the road curves at theapproach, and the car scraped against the left railing ofthe bride, swinging to the right and crashing through therailing to the ground nearly twenty feet below.
The carlanded in its top about five feet from the deep water of theBernardo. Leon was thrown against the front of the car andalmost instantly killed. Other occupants were injuredseverely, but not fatally.
Glenn suffering the least injuryof any. Glenn was feeling well enough to be brought homeyesterday but his parents had him remain in the Rosenberghospital where all of the injured were taken soon after theaccident, to avoid danger of pneumonia from exposure in thecold air.
He and Glenn went toWharton to seek employment with the Shell Company and whilethere made the trip to Houston Tuesday. Funeral services will be held at theresidence of his parents, Mr.
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He was finally gotten out nearer dead than alive after the midnight hour, when the dirt had covered him up almost to his nose. He enjoyed ranchingand taking interest in people and certainly not a strangerto anyone.
Bill Garner of Beaumont, Mr. Gilmer, who is nowpresident and general manager of the Southern Drug Company.
Cat Spring, Texas, Jan. In every relation of life, he has always been found true and faithful. Gabler suffereda stroke of paralysis several years ago which left himpractically helpless. While serving in the U. She is also survived by a number of grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren and one great, speed dating in brunswick ga grandchild. Garrington is survived by ahalf-sister, Mary Harbus of Yoakum and several sped andnephews. He was a man of genial temperament, and well liked by those who knew him.
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