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Page 2C , NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press January 25, 2012 + PHOTO BY BRENDASTEWART FUCHS Caroline Frances Schiwitz Fuchs, 93, a lifelong resident of Uhland, passed into her heavenly home on January 21,2012. We already miss her love, her laughter, and her spiietzel. Caroline was born in her parent's home in Neiderwald on October 23, 1918. She moved to Uhland as an infant, where she and her younger sister, Gladys, were raised by their parents Max Edward Schi- witz and Anna Marie Seeliger Schiwitz. Caroline attended Carl Weigand School in Uhland. Upon high school graduation, she left Uhland to attend Texas Lutheran College, a junior college, in Seguin, for two years. She continued her education at Southwest Texas State Teacher's Col- lege in San Marcos, where she graduated with a degree in Education. She returned to lJhland and first taught in a one-room school that was dedicated to Spanish speaking students, before teaching at Rogers Ranch School. During this time she also gave piano lessons. In 1940, she was married to Adolph Dayton Fuchs, Jr. They celebrated 64 years of marriage before his death in 2004. They operated Uhland Mercantile Co. until their retirement in 1978. As an active member of St. John's Evangeli- cal and Reformed Church she served as church organist, taught Sunday school and belonged to the Women's Guild. She also served in the PTA and as a trustee on the school board of the Kyle ISD. The joys in life were her family and dancing and traveling with A.D. Loving mother, dedicated sister, caring aunt and great-aunt, proud grandmother and great-grandmother. Caroline is survived by her younger sister, Gladys Schiwitz Sorrells, of Uhland; her sister- in-law, Opal Louise Fuchs Schnelle, of Fredericksburg, her daughter, Diane Ma- rie Fuchs Garonzik, and son-in-law, Lynn Alan Garonzik, of Dallas; her daughter-in- law, Diana Berry Fuchs, of Houston. She is also survived by six grandchildren Jill Ann Garonzik Kelley of Dallas; Jennifer Lynne Garonzik Lynch and her husband, Jason Craig Lynch, of Amarillo; MarkAlan Garonzik and his wife, Melinda Jones Garonzik, of Amarlllo; Dayton Alexan- der Danielle Fuchs of Pittsburg, N.H; Cody Marshall Fox and his wife, Brianna Trevino Fox, of Sugarland and Brooke Suzann Fuchs of Houston. Also eight great-grandchildren Mark Robert Kelley, Caroline Alexandria Kelley, Austin Craig Lynch, Aubree Nicole Turner-Garonzik and Audree Denae Turner-Garonzik, Col- ton Rylee Garonzik, Cody Mark Garonzik, Caleb Alexander Fox, and many nieces and nephews. We rejoice that your are with your Heavenly Father, and now share His perfect home with your parents, your adoring husband, A.D. and beloved son, Marshall. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to St. John's Lutheran Church, 20 N. Camino Real, Uhland, TX 78640. Family will receive friends from 6-7:30 Flying in for training The early morning peace was rattled on Saturday as a massive yellow helicop- ter circled downtown and then banked sharply and set down on a grassy resi- dential lot a block off the Kyle square. PHi-Air Medi- cal employees (I-r) Marc McKee, Rebecca Giles and Brian McCarley flew in from their home base in Cedar Creek to demon- strate emergency services during a class Offered to Kyle Fire Department personnel. The gentleman in grey is a local amateur aviation photographer. p.m., Friday, January 27, 2012 at Penning- ton Funeral Home. A Celebration Service will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, January 28, 2012, at Pennington Funeral Home. Interment to follow at Uhland Live Oak Cemetery. Obituary and guestbook online at www.penningtonfuneralhome.com. SWAN Donovan Carlo Swan, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. ConroyA. and Belinda B. Swan, was called to the Lord on Thursday, Janu- ary 12, 2012, in Austin. He is preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Everett Swan Sr. Donovan is survived by his lov- ing parents, who pray they urill hold him once again in heaven. He is also survived by his paternal grandmother, Janettee Swan of Buda, maternal grandmother, Gloria Linda Benavides of Three Riv- ers, maternal great-grandmother, Isabel Beltran of Alice, maternal grandfather, Arnoldo T. Beltran of Alice and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends who loved him dvarly. Donovan's family will conduct a private prayer service. Donovan, Mommy and Daddy love you so very much, and we are so blessed that we were able to see your beautiful face and hold you, if even for just a little while. You will forever live in our hearts. Until we meet again, our sweet baby boy, Matthew 19:14 Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these. Pinckard-Stepp Rachel Stepp and Brooks Pinckard were united in ma~'lage on Saturday, January 14 in Fort Worth, Texas at 7:00 in the evening at Christ Chapel Bible Church. Dr. Ted Kitchens officiated and Wes Yeary, Baylor Athletic Chap- lain, read scripture and lead the prayer. The maid of honor was Mary Ellen Stanley. Brides- maids were Brianna Pinckard, Brayden Pinckard (the groom's sisters), Megan Felton, Stepha- nie Schneidau, Julia Jennings, Hanna Gilmore, and Whitney Leasley. The five flower gifts were the bride,s cousins. The best man was the groom's father, Casey Pinckard. The groomsmen were Taylor Keith, Chris Slater, Landis Ware, Jon Ringenberg, Ross Speed, Robbie Little, and Sonny Stepp (the bride's brother). The ring bearer was Grayson Winter. The bride is a graduate of Baylor University where she played soccer and was a mere- ber of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She is employed by Adams & Com- pany Real Estate in Arlington, Texas. Rachel is a 2007 gradu- ate of Coventry Day Academy in Fort Worth. Brooks attended Baylor University where he played baseball until being drafted in 2011 by the Cincin- nati Reds baseball organization for whom he is currently play- ing. Brooks is a 2007 graduate of Hays High School. After a honeymoon in St. Lucia, the couple will reside in Fort Worth until Brooks reports to spring training in March. + S A closer look at picture books "What is the use of a book," thought Alice, "without pic- tures..." - "Alice in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll rlphere is a perception |that picture books are JL intended to be read only to the very young, however, as society becomes more visually oriented, many picttlre books can offer something of interest to readers of any age. Picture books have evolved with authors using more sophis- ticated and complex themes to which older children and adults can relate. The artwork is masterful, often evoking emo- tions and offering multi-faceted extensions to the verbal storg. These changes are refected in the varying levels of enjoyment by all readers and everyone, infants through adults, are able to find an inherent appeal in the picture book whether through insight into other cultures, gaining understanding of new concepts, or an appreciation of humor or artwork. For all children, as well as adults, many picture books serve as an excellent introduc- tion to history and social issues; they offer a look at the elements and techniques used in art or in writing style. Picture books may also be used as a spring- board into learning language, math or science concepts. As a librarian, I have used picture books to introduce unfamiliar subjects to older readers since they are an excellent method for conveying difficult concepts and themes. Picture books are a great addition to a program when working with elderly adults as stories and pictures can help stimulate cognitive thinking and are useful in remi- niscing of times past. As you can see, there are so many facets to a picture book. We hope that you urill come to the Kyle Public Library and take a look inside these treasures, no matter what your age. Cam Waits is the assistant librarian at Kyle Public Library. Vote for David for 22nd District Judge SPRING 2012 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY Photo by S0nJa Harris Political adveriising paid for by Glicklar for Judge campaign J0rem, Cov0,., ........ P.O. Tax Preparation Friendly, Accurate & Guaranteed ! 27 28 29 30 32 33 36 37 38 Texas Crossword and Sudoku sponsored by .......~,... ............ , .H'n, ii ! i ;: ::/: 2i i : i / iii i : ............. .... , : ............................... ..... ............... lliiN!~iNi~ ................... 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