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+ + Page 2C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press January 20, 2016 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I'11 I iiI EARP Larry Duwayne Earp III, 25 and Tanner Sid- ney Earp, 17 passed away January 10, 2016 at Can- yon Lake, TX. Larry was funny, in- telligent and good hearted. Tan- ner was bright in- telligent, and very creative. They are survived by their parents Larry Jr. and Anita Earp, Grand- mother Delberta Earp, Sister and brother in law Crystal and Brent Brad- shaw, five aunts, Leann Tuma, Linda Lindsey, Lori Lloyd, Rachel Go- mez and Kathy Gilbert, two uncles, Sonny Dromgoole and Leland Earp and Larry's fianc~ Sarah Bower, niece Mira Bradshaw and nephew ]ayden Bradshaw and numerous cousins. They were preceded in death by grandfather Larry Earp Sr., aunt Terri Dromgoole and uncle Bobby Dromgoole. They will be unbearably missed and forever loved. Visitation was Wednesday, Jan.13, 2016 at the Harrell Funeral Home, Kyle, TX with funeral services Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016. Burial followed in the Moore Cemetery, Moore, TX. BARRERA Our beloved Alejandro "Alex" Barrera, age 89, of Kyle, Texas was called ~ I by our Heavenly Father, Jan. 5, 2016. He ~;i~ passed away peacefully surround- ed by his loving family. Mex was born Oct. 23, 1926 to Antonio and Teresa Barrera. In 1946 he married the love of his life, Irene LaFuente. They created a beautiful life together and were blessed with five loving children. Alex and Irene were married for 67 years. They loved good food, family gatherings, and outings with friends. He especially enjoyed dancing with his life- long dance partner Irene. Many happy and wonderful memories were created together. Alex began working at age eight on the farm with his dad. Years later he ran a dairy, worked at Longhorn Machine Works, Marbridge Ranch, and was ranch foreman at the Joe Brown Ranch in Driftwood, Texas. family support and Texas Recreational preceded in death by He had a great love his faith which helped Sports Center with 500his parents Antonio and for the outdoors and him remain strong, residents participating. Teresa Castillo Barrera, enjoyed working with He believed in Jesus'When he heard it sister Gloria Ramirez, horses and cattle. He promise of eternal life was being held at the brother Gilbert Barrera would dress up in his and he knew he would University of Texas, and wife Irene Barrera. best cowboy attire and see Irene in heaven one he told his friends heServing as pallbearers go to the stock shows, day. was probably going to are Michael Evans, ; He showed Red Angus Alex spent the last compete with some David Evans, Nickolas cattle at the stock shows two years of his life as students from there. He Barrera, Matthew Flores, in San Antonio and a resident at Legend was so pleased when he Marcos Barrera, and Waco. He placed Grand Oaks Healthcare and won a 3rd place medalPedee Abrigo. Honorary Champion Bull, Grand Rehabilitation Centerfor the wheel chair race pallbearer: Miranda Champion Heifer, Best in Kyle where many and a second medal Barrera. Showmanship Award, friends would come for participating in the We wish to thank and Herdsman Award. and visit. He would games. He proudly wore all the family and In his free time, he was always mention that his medals and later friends who visited an avid fisherman and the "coffee group" had displayed the medals in Alex. Special thanks to deer hunter, come by with coffee his room. Father Miguel Duarte, Another joy of and "pan dulce." He Alex is survived by communion ministers Alex was going to also had friends who daughters: Mollie andto the sick and the athletic events that his were residents and they husband Joe Flores, faith community of grandchildren would would gather together to Alice and husband Bill St. Anthony Catholic participate in. At the talk and listen to Tejano Wollet, Minerva and Church for their love, football games, it took music. The highlight of husband Dave Evans, support and prayers; him a long time to get his stay at Legend Oaks sons: Alex and wife Kay and the staff of Legend to the section where was participating in the Barrera, and Mike andOaks for their loving the family was sitting "Olympic Games," as wife Maggie Barrera; care of Alex. because he would stop his family called it. He seven grandchildren, AVigil Service and and shake hands with all participated on Apriland eleven great- Rosary was held on the people whether he 12, 2014 in the Gamesgrandchildren; sister: Friday, Jan. 8, 2016 at knew them or not. Mex for Life, an Olympic-Teresa "Terry" Abrigo, Harrell Funeral Home, never met a stranger, style event for Texasbrother Bobby and Kyle, Texas. Funeral When Irene died nursing home and wife Hilda Barrera, and Mass was celebrated on Aug. 10, 2013, he assisted living residents, sisters-in-law Angelina Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016 at longed to be with her The event was held ]aime, and Rachel St. Anthony's Catholic once again. It was at the University of Hernandez. He was Church in Kyle. Ask Chris Continued from pg. 1C Espomas Bin-start or Urban farm's BioActive fertilizers. Both come from organic sources and contain mycorrhizae fungal spores which add health to the soil and plants. Brandon from J and B Feed on 1626 also likes Urban Farm's liquid tomato and food. I've seen his crops and have' a lot of respect for this young farmer. The days are getting longer and I can feel the sap rising. Will I humble the tomatoes or will they humble me? Spring 2016 is just around the corner! Happy gardening everyone! If you haue a horticultural question, send it to me via email: iathyme@yahoo. com. (Please put 'Ask Chris Winslow' in the subject line.) Or mail your letter or postcard to: Ask Chris Winslow. It's About Thyme: 11726 Manchaca Road, Austin, TX 78748 Continued from pg. 1C print on the brown bottle I read, SKUNK DEODERIZER." 1 bottle hydrogen peroxide. lcup baking soda. 2 teaspoons dishwashing detergent. Mix together and immediately pour on affected area, working it in. Leave on a few minutes and rinse. Repeat, as necessary. Back outside, we doused BeD with the concoction and tried to keep him from flinging it all over us. After some time, I held BeD out to Ron asking if he still stunk. "Oh, I don't know if he was sprayed." "WHAT?!" 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