Hinze / Engelking

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Hinze  / Engelking - iyw on on Deaths and Funerals Vlrs. F. M....
iyw on on Deaths and Funerals Vlrs. F. M. Masson The Rosary will be recited at p.m. today at Maxwell P. junne r unerai Lnapei lor Mrs. Trancisco M. (Apoloriia) Masson, 4, of 1102 North Staples. Mrs. Masson died yesterday after suf- Funerai Mass will be celebrat- -r a _ a ' m ' . I ^? now a *. Sacrcd aUn Holy°Ch» s Cemetery. ^ he had lived in . Corpus Christi 52 years. She was a member of he Altar Society and Rosary Society of Sacred Heart Church and Confraternity of Christian Doc- rine. She was employed at Ihe Laure- cs Ranch until she retired 10 years ago. Emil H. Hinze Caller-Times N T ew s Service ORANGE GROVE. - Funera services for Emil H. Hinze, 84 CUBA Continued from Pago 1 America." "Assuming without deciding lha all strategic weapons have been withdrawn." it added, "there is the ever-present possibility of the stealthy re-introduction of strategic missiles and other offensive vill be at 3 p.m. tomorrow in First Lutheran Church. Burial will be in Orange Grove Ceme- ery under direction of Dobie ·Mineral Home of Malhis. Hinze died yesterday in an Alice Hospital. He moved to Nu- ces County in 1913 from Kenedy and farmed until his retirement n 1956, when he moved to Orange Grove. He was a charter SchVor^n Fk f vLutheran he Nue°ces "Sfttri^oS^rS! q . . tens, Miss Hilda Hinze of Corpus Christi, Mrs. R. F. Gibson of Robstown and Miss Olga Hinze of Orange Grove; a son, Her- aert Kinze of Orange Grove; a Brother, August Kinze, also of Drange Grove; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Schendel of Yorktown and Airs. Emma Brieger of Edcouch; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Edward Groeneveld Funeral services for Edward Charles Groeneveld, 0), of Banquete, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Cage-Mills Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Groeneveld was a retired Nueces County dairyman. He died yesterday in a local hospital an hour after receiving injuries in a collision on Highway 44, one mile west of Banquete. Businessman Engelking Of Orange Grove Dies Caller-Times News Service ORANGE GROVE. - Arthur leorge Engelking, 70, prominent Orange Grove businessman, died yesterday morning at his home here after a long illness. _. _. Q A native of Hallettsvillc, he eran Church ~of Orange Grove I f \ l m / 4 t ^\ f W n M M . * t~* _ _ . _ . ; j » » . ° moved to Orange Grove with his father in 1913 .and established the Engelking Lumber Co. in January of that year. In 1917 he married , ' President of Coastal Bend etai ' Lumbermen's Association, Engelking was a charter mem- stra er of the First Evangelical Luth- which was established in 1913 and was active on the church councils. He was a member of Orange fn,-TMTM. A tt · , n " e was a memoer 01 ur former Anna Hem of San An- Grove chamber of commerce tomo. He was president of Farmer's State Bank which he organized in 1928 and a former director of the Texas Lumberman's Association, also being a member of its 50-Year CASH Continued from Page 1 THE JUDGE sustained an objection by Matthews that Sadler was not required to answer because it would be a betrayal of the confidential relationship between an attorney and client. "That $35,000 was not for legal fees, was it?" Rogers asked. Sadler replied that it was payment for some old legal fees and expenses incurred and that some of the fees dated back as far as 1937. He further declared his income tax return for 1955 showed receipt former president of the local Lion's Club. Surviving him are his wife; a daughter, Miss Grace Engelking of San Angelo; two brothers, Edwin and Roland Engelking of Orange Grove: a sister. Mrs. B. Cornelius of Agua Duke, and several nephews and nieces. Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church here with the Rev. Kermit Menking, pastor, officiating. Burial will he in Orange Grove Cemetery under direction of Dobie Funeral Home Mathis. of North Texas Gets Weather Warning By The Associated Press A wide area of North Central Texas, including the thickly populated Dallas and Fort Worth

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  1. The Corpus Christi Caller-Times,
  2. 09 May 1963, Thu,
  3. Page 11

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