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Page 8 The Free Press - Happy Valehtlne's Dayl FebrearY 13, 2003 Mendo za- Wo l f enstein Miss Rita Mendoza and Daniel William Wolfenstein were united in marriage on November 16, 2002 at Santa Cruz Catholic Church in Buda, Texas. Rev. Joseph Dean Pastor officiat- ed the double ring ceremony. A reception, dinner and dance followed at the new Marriott Hotel in Austin. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Celedonio Mendoza of Buda. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stu Wolfenstein of South Austin. Delia (Cathy) Mendoza served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids includ- ed: Mrs. Maria Rodriguez, Priscilla Mendoza, Thelma Lopez of Buda, and Miss Maria Mendoza and Mrs. Jesica Mendoza of Austin. Junior bridesmaids includ- ed: Andrea Mendoza and Monica Mendoza of Buda. Flowergirls were Miss Elexa Ashby, Miss Areala Mendoza, Mia Rodriguez of Buda, and Reagan Mendoza of Austin. Mr. Stu Wolfenstein served as best man. Groomsmen included: Celedonio Mendoza, Jr Derick Mendoza, George Mendoza, Mr. Valentin Rodriguez of Buda, and Mr. John Wllliamson and Jesse Mendoza of Austin. Ring bearer was Austin Rodriguez of Buda. The bride is a 1998 grad- uate of Jack C. Hays High School. She is currently working for Lincoln Property Co. as assistant manager. The groom is a 1995 graduate of Bowie High School. He is currently working as an internet sales manager for Gillman Imports. The bride and groom would like to thank family and friends for joining in their joyous celebration. Now let me get this straight you've got: body aches, chills, ruuny and a sore throat. what it is you me Ido that I felt there are like that. stay well. event. The Lions Club plans to hand out "goody bags" to all the in the chili cook- Buda to the Birthday wishes go out to Dennis Jones, Feb. 9; Marian Damon, and materials. Stop by Monday through Saturday and check out this new Buda business. forget your special on Friday. BEAUTY SALON D BARBER SHOP 2120 FM 1626 Special Occasion & rts www, thesweet 106-A N. Burleson To: Demi, Ro Viou GOD Kyle, TX 78640 Gabi. Luke, and Nash ;ES ARE RED, ARE BLUE, YOU FOUR LITTK PILL BUGS AND DOES TOO ! Valentine's Day! The ing up for Fair that and 27 at this year will chili cook-off. entries are to make a little snowball, much less a snownmn. Well maybe next year. The Women's Guild held their monthly meeting Wednesday, Feb. 5 with Jeanie Collier and Margaret Wranitzky presenting the program and hosting the fel- lowship hour. The May Arts and Crafts, Garage and Bake Sale was dis- cussed. A bus tour to Eureka Springs is being planned for the summer. The Passion Play, a music show, Historic Tour etc. are part of the tour. For more infor- mation call 398-3800. Members of the Guild had surprise visitors during the meet- ing. Chuck and Susan Sullivan of Baltimore, Maryland accompa- nied by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clifford dropped by for a visit. Chuck Sullivan and Susan wanted to say ' hank you"for the help and prayers members of the church gave and sent while Chuck was battling cancer. He reports the tumors are all gone, for which we are all glad and thankful! The Sullivans are spending some time with the Cliffords, Roxann is Chuck's sister and his mother is Rose Sullivan. Congratulations to Rebecca are young: tobe plishments. more who anniversary last Tim, and famil the day. The: ing and visit with the some of their friends. Good luck and prayer i ii i .:::are offered for Pastor Jakubik who is having knee surgery (for the sec- ond time) while this is being writ- ten (Monday, lOth). It's always good to have fami- lies visit and really good when they bring supper (just kidding). Dennis and Kim Heideman and daughters came to visit Oma and 0Pa Sunday evening. Kassi spent her time playing with the dogs and counting the baby lambs. The farm is her favorite place! All enjoyed the fried chicken, etc. and the visit. An important meeting is com- ing up in the community and all members of the County Line Water Supply Company are m. in the Center. '. 31 on :yotl mien- O! Screeniiig Mobile Uhland from I0 am. to screening will be free. is oneof the Men's Group and go and if gifts they carry them as silent- ly away. --Emerson . are a few events to nem- ber in Kyle this The Kyle City Cotmcil will meet at the Old City Hall at 7 pare on Tuesday, Feb. 18. The Kyle Library will host a "Cover to Cover" book discussion group at 1:30 pan. on Thursday, Feb. 20. This month's selections are from author David Baldacci. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO The School Bond Election place on Saturday, Feb. Be sure to go and vote. The Kyle City Park & recreation Board will have a aeeting open to all citizens at he Old City Hall at 7 p.m. on esday, Feb. 25. OOOOO0.O0 Who do you love??? your honey, your child or p t? [ call for a mini photo session with thel one yOU love for 0nly $:~5 durlng the month of February only! ! 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