Archer County News (Archer City, Tex.), No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 21, 1995 Page: 2 of 16
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PAGE TWO-THE ARCHER COUNTY NEWS-THURSDAY,
Julia Wolf, age 78, of Windthorst,
Tx. died Wednesday morning, De-
cember 13, 1995 at a Wichita Falls
Funeral Mass was at 10:00 a.m. Fri-
day, December 15,1995 at St. Mary's
Catholic Church in Windthorst with
the Rev. Chris Davis, Pastor of St.
Mary's officiating. A Rosary was held
at 7:00 p.m. Thursday, December 14,
1995 at St. Mary's. Interment was in
St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in
Windthorst under the direction of
Aulds Funeral Home of Archer City.
Mrs. Wolf was bom March 8,1917 in
Scotland, Tx. She married Henry
Wolf on July 27,1937 in Scotland, Tx.
He preceded her in death on June 22,
1988. She had resided in Windthorst
since her marriage. She was a member
of St. Mary's Catholic Church where
she was a Honorary Life Member of
the Christian Mothers Society.
Survivors include: 1 son, Dale Wolf
of Windthorst, Tx.; 1 brother Wilfred
Baumhardt of Wichita Falls, Tx.; 4
sisters: Mary Schlabs and Frances
Baumhardt, both of Scotland, Tx.;
Dorothy Wolf and Stella Schroeder,
both of Windthorst, Tx.; 2 grandchil-
dren and 2 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Doug Wolf, Bill
Wolf, Randy Wolf, Charles Vieth,
Richard Schreiber and Butch Schroe-
The family suggests memorials to
Hospice of Wichita Falls, P.O. Box
4804, Wichita Falls, Tx. 76308.
David K. Patterson
David K. Patterson, 40, died Tues-
day, December 12, 1995 in Wichita
Services were at 10:30 a.m. Friday,
December 15, 1995 at Faith Village
Church of Christ with Les McGal-
liard, minster, officiating, and the
Rev. Stephen Robertson, pastor of
Wesley United Methodist Church,
assisting. Burial was in Crestview
Memorial Park under the direction of
Lunn's Colonial Funeral Home.
Mr. Patterson was bom Sept. 28,
1955, in Wichita Falls. He was the
ower of Patterson Brake &
Alignment. He was a member of the
Faith Village Church of Christ. He
was a graduate of Rider High School
and attended Midwestern State Uni-
Survivors include his parents, Gene
and Rachel Patterson and Margie
Brown, all of Wichita Falls; two sons,
Kevin and Steven, both of Wichita
Falls; two sisters, Karen Patterson of
WichitaFalls and Kathy Burg of Katy,
Texas; and two stepsisters, Lynn
Morgan of Iowa Park and Lou McGee
Memorials can be made to Faith
Village Church of Christ, Wesley
United Methodist Church or Floral
Heights Methodist Church.
Gina Sue Capps
Gina Sue Capps, 28, died Saturday in
Saint Jo. .....
Serviced were at 2:00 p.m., Decem-
ber 19, 1995, at the First Baptist
Church with Jack McBride officiat-
ing. Burial was in Spanish Fort
Cemetery in Montague County,
Texas, under the direction of McCoy
Mrs. Capps was bom Aug. 30,1967,
in Muenster, Texas. She and Hardy
Capps were married Sept. 5,1992, in
Nocona Lake. She was a seamstress.
She had lived in Saint Jo all her life
and graduated from Saint Jo High
School. She had attended Cooke
Survivors include her husband of
Spanish Fort, two sons, Gary Allen
Derrick and Colby Don Capps, both of
Spanish Fort; her parents, Barbara
Knabe of Saint Jo and Augie Knabe of
Iowa Park; two sisters, Gwin Thomas
of Nocona and Gayle Abbott of Capps
Comer; a brother, Donnie Knabe of
Saint Jo; her maternal grandmother,
Margie Reed of Holliday, Texas; and
her paternal grandparents, Albert A.
and Elizabeth Knabe, both of Muen-
Leona Hoff Flusche
Flusche, age 75,
Texas died Sat-
1995 at a Wic-
hita Falls, Tx.
A funeral mass
was held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, De-
cember 18,1995 at St. Mary's Catho-
lic Church in Windthorst, Tx. with
Msgr. Hubert Neu, Pastor of St.
Patrick’s Catholic Church in Forth
Worth, Tx., and the Rev. Chris Davis,
Pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church,
officiating. A Rosary was held at 7:00
p.m. Sunday, December 17, 1995 at
Aulds Funeral Home in Archer City,
Tx. Interment was in St. Mary's
Catholic Cemetery in Windthorst un-
der the direction of Aulds Funeral
Mrs. Flusche was born June 18,1920
in Windthorst, Tx. She and A1 Flusche
were married February 3, 1942 in
Windthorst. He preceded her in death
on August 3, 1986.
She had lived in Decatur, Tx. from
1942 until September, 1986, when she
returned to Windthorst where she re-
sided until her death.
While living in Decatur, she had
taught religion classes at the Assump-
tion of The Blessed Virgin Mary
Church and had served as President of
the Altar Society for six different
terms. She had also helped cook,
clean, and nurse for the Priests for
many years. She had also worked at
Paschal's Variety Store, Dairy Queen
and Flusche Bros. Service Station.
She was a member of St. Mary’s
Catholic Church in Windthorst and
the Christian Mothers Society.
She is survived by 3 sons: Arnold
Flusche of Idalou, Tx., Larry Flusche
of Fort Worth, Tx., and Charles
Flusche of Amarillo, Tx.; 2 brothers:
Leo "Bud" Hoff and Wilfred "Willie"
Hoff, both of Windthorst, Tx.; 4 sis-
ters: Beatrice Gremminger of McKin-
ney, Tx., Vera Metzler of Lindsay, Tx.
and Magdeline Berend and Delores
Roewe, both of Windthorst, Tx., 11
grandchildren and 9 great-grandchil-
She is preceded in death by 2 daugh-
ters, Virginia Lou Flusche and Mary
Turner, 22, died
1995 in Wichita
ices were at 4
1995 in Holliday, Texas, Cemetery
with the Rev. Randy Potter, pastor of
First Baptist Church of Holliday, offi-
ciating. Arrangements were under the
direction of Dutton Funeral Home.
Mr. Turner was bom Dec. 14,1972,
in WichitaFalls. He was a roofer. He
was a member of the First Baptist
Church of Holliday and was a lifetime
resident of this area.
Survivors include his wife, Angela; a
son, Trevor of Holliday; his father,
Charles Turner of Iowa Park; his
mother, Brenda Bumam of Holliday;
his grandmother, Vivian Vance of
Wichita Falls; two sisters, Paula Ste-
venson of Iowa Park and Leslie
Hauber of Denison, Texas; and two
brothers, Larry Turner of Wichita
Falls and Brian Williams of Denison.
ItU'IHt l ,
12-04/Deputies assisted a motorist in
the northern part of the county. Depu-
ties and the Dept. Arson investigator
responded to a structure fire in the
northern part of the county.
12-05/Deputies responded to a dis-
turbance in Holliday; responded to a
disturbance in Windthorst.
12-06/The Dept. Arson investigator
did follow up on a structure fire.
12-07/Deputies assisted on a minor
traffic accident in Archer City; trans-
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It's A Girl!
John and Sonya Conklin of Archer
City are proud to announce the arrival
of their second daughter, Alia Bry-
Alia was born Saturday, Dec. 9th at
10:58 p.m. at Hamilton Hospital in
Olney, Texas. She weighed 8 lbs., 1
cz. and was 20 1/2 " long.
Alia was welcomed home by her 8
yr. old sister, Kara.
Alia's grandparents are Delbert &
Sandra Huffman of Northern Archer
County & John and Marge Conklin of
The great grandparents are Eva Mhe
Morrison and Inez Huffman, both of-
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