The family would like to thank Heart to Heart Hospice for their loving care.Complete and updated information may be found at: broussards1889.com. Rosie enjoyed singing, dancing, and cooking for her children and grandchildren. She looked forward to the Lawrence Welk shows and listening to doo wop music. Rosie volunteered at Mid-Jefferson Hospital and The Medical Center of Southeast Texas in the mid-nineties and was a very good seamstress.Survivors include her devoted husband of sixty-three years, Michael C. Moreno, Sr.; children, Vicki Villarreal and her husband, Geraldo, Diana Cortez, Mary Kay Imhoff and her husband, Cam, Michael C. Moreno, Jr. and his wife, Terri, and Michelle Solis and her husband, Roberto, Jr.; sister, Rachel Flores and her husband, Jesse, Sr.; fourteen grandchildren; and thirteen great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents; daughter, Frances Longoria; Sons-In-Law, Robert Cortez, Sr. and Robert Morvant.A gathering of Mrs. Moreno’s family and friends will be from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., with her Rosary recited at 6:00 p.m., Sunday, October 23, 2016, at Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street, Nederland. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10:30 a.m., Monday, October 24, 2016, at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, 3648 Staff Sgt. Lucian Adams Drive, Port Arthur, with her interment to follow at Memory Gardens of Jefferson County, Nederland. Memorial contributions may be made in Mrs. Moreno’s memory to Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, 3648 Staff Sgt. Lucian Adams Drive, Port Arthur, Texas 77642.
Author: AP Do you see a typo or an error? Let us know. Published: September 30, 2016 1:24 PM EDT CHICAGO (AP) – The man who got generations of hot dog lovers humming along to the Oscar Mayer Weiner song has died.An obituary posted online by a northern Illinois funeral home says Richard Trentlage died on Sept. 21 at age 87.With the words, “Oh, I wish I were an Oscar Mayer wiener,” Trentlage helped solidify the company’s hot dogs as a piece of Americana.The jingle he wrote appeared in a 1960s television commercial featuring cartoon children marching along and singing. The tune remained a fixture for the next half a century.Trentlage was born in Chicago and began penning jingles as a high school student. Later, he transformed his living room into a recording studio, inviting his own children to sing on audition tapes. Man got generations humming Oscar Mayer wiener song dies SHARE
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NEW YORK, (Reuters) – Roger Federer overcame his second consecutive sluggish start to defeat Bosnian Damir Dzumhur 3-6 6-2 6-3 6-4 yesterday and advance to the U.S. Open third round. World number 99 Dzumhur broke the five-time champion in his first two service games and raced out to a 4-0 lead before many in the crowd had found their seats at Arthur Ashe Stadium, which had its retractable roof closed due to rain.Despite some shaky serving, the 27-year-old Dzumhur took the first set thanks to 17 unforced errors from the Swiss.The tide shifted in the first game of the second set, however, when Federer saved a break point at 30-40 following a wild rally during which both players race from corner to corner before Dzumhur sent a forehand into the net. From there Federer’s superior serving carried the day as he finished with 16 aces to the Sarajevo native’s two and thumped a rocket that Dzumhur could not return on match point to clinch victory.Federer, however, has looked vulnerable at the tournament.He dropped the opening set of his first-round match against qualifier Sumit Nagal and while he may get away with slow starts in the early rounds, he will need to be more consistent if he hopes to win a record-extending 21st Grand Slam title. “I have been in that position many times where you go through a little phase where you don’t start so well and everybody asks you right away, ‘What are you going to do?’,” he told reporters.“You’re like, I don’t know. Just go back to the drawing board. Just do the same things again. You hope for a better outcome.“I don’t think there is per se a secret to a good start other than warming up well, being well-prepared mentally. Not underestimating your opponent. I did all of that. You know me, I will always do that. “So when it happens like this back-to-back matches it’s just a bit frustrating more than anything, especially when the level is that low and there is that many errors and the energy is not there.“I can only do better, which a great thing is moving forward.”Federer will look to get off to a better start when he faces either Lucas Pouille or Dan Evans for a place in the round of 16.
By Lonnie WheatleyDODGE CITY, Kan. – Added money is on the line for the Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified ranks at Dodge City Raceway Park this Saturday night, April 9 as the state-of-the-art 3/8-mile clay oval in southwest Kansas hosts the fourth annual $1,200 to win Dodge City Modified Stampede.Oberlin’s David Murray Jr., a four-time IMCA national champion, has topped three of four previous Dodge City Modified Stampede features including a sweep of both nights of the inaugural edition in 2013 and then another win in last year’s version.Past track champion Brendon Gemmill stands as the only other driver to reach Modified Stampede victory lane with a 2014 triumph.Gemmill, who is one of only two drivers along with his father Troy to finish among the top ten in all four previous Modified Stampede features, rallied from 13th to take fifth in this past weekend’s season-opening event.Turpin, Okla.’s Cody Gearhart takes the track point lead into Saturday’s event after some late heroics to win this past weekend’s season-opening event. Gearhart finished second to Murray in last year’s Dodge City Modified Stampede with Brendon Gemmill third.While the IMCA Modifieds battle it out in their Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifier, the IMCA SportMods and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks will be in action as well on the card that goes green at 7:30 p.m.Tickets are $15 for adults with children ages 11 and under admitted free when accompanied by an adult.
IPGC Golf from The Tara CourtSunday, June 11, Green Valley – MedalWe had what was our smallest group ever out here for our monthly medal at Green Valley, due in no small part to the condition of the course where now even people who are members do not think it is worth playing, and now that they have cored and sanded the greens it is even less attractive to play.Kevin O’Sullivan.Not great scoring, probably as putting was a lottery, and Kevin O’Sullivan came out the winner with a net seventy five. Joe Peters was playing his last game before going over to Ireland for a few months and today he came second, also with a net seventy five but losing the count back to Kevin. We also had two more players on the same score and on the count back Don Everett came third and Peter Henshaw fourth. 1st Kevin O’Sullivan (14) net 752nd Joe Peters (22) net 753rd Don Everett (22) net 754th Peter Henshaw (23) net 75Tuesday, June 13, Eastern Star – Stableford1st John Carlin (17) 37pts2nd Jerry Sweetnam (9) 35pts3rd Jon Batty (6) 33pts4th Kevin Blake (7) 32ptsWe had four groups out here at Eastern Star, which is not too bad for this time of year. We found the course in reasonable condition and although the greens had recently been cored and sanded, but they were ok. It is excellent value for money at the moment and well worth playing.John Carlin.John Carlin certainly likes this course and he was the winner today with thirty seven points. Jerry Sweetnam again also played well on what he probably regards as his home track and came second with thirty five points. Jon Batty took the third place with thirty three and Kevin Blake was fourth on thirty two.Thursday, June 15, Burapha – StablefordBlue Tees1st Gerry Hannan (12) 37pts2nd Jerry Sweetnam (9) 35pts3rd Jon Batty (6) 34ptsWhite Tees1st Stephen Doyle (12) 38pts2nd Russell Gilroy (19) 37pts3rd Andy Featherstone (6) 36ptsStephen Doyle.We were back here again today for our usual Thursday game at Burapha on another beautiful day for golf. We played the A and B courses and as usual gave our players a choice of tees, blue or white and we had some very good scores off both.Gerry Hannan was the winner off the blue tees with thirty seven points, which at 6,800 yards is an excellent score. Jerry Sweetnam was again steady and came second with thirty five points and Jon Batty came third with thirty four.Off the white tees, Stephen Doyle had the best score of the day and was the winner with thirty eight points, which included a birdie ‘2’. Russell Gilroy also beat his handicap and came second with thirty seven and this also included a ‘2’. Andy Featherstone took the third place with thirty six points.
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