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Page 4C NElfllll4ml Hays Free Press * February 13, 2013 | SUBMITTED REPORT of Shakespeare's great- est historical plays that Awarding-winning tells of the hunchbacked Broadway actor and Art- Duke of Gloucester who ist-in-Residence Eugene becomes King Richard III Lee will star in Shake- in a third world, war-torn speare's "Richard III," the country. The production most recent production to will take a modern look at be brought to the stage by this classic tale of greed, the Department of The- corruption and the pur- atre and Dance at Texas suit of power. State University. Tickets for the perfor- The performance will mance are $12 for general take place on Feb. 12-16 admission and $7 for stu- at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 17 dents with a valid Texas at 2 p.m. at the University State ID. Mainstage Theatre, locat- For more information ed at 430 Moon St. in San about the performance, Marcos. please contact the De- Directed by Chuck partment of Theatre and Ney, "Richard III" is one Dance at (512) 245-2147. Shane Vickers (left) portrays King Henry Vl and Eugene Lee (right) plays Richard III in the Texas State University production of the Shakespeare play. Buster is the sweetest boy! He is a 2 Smokey Is a 5 month Old grey year old lab/shar-pei mix. Bust loves domestic short hair kitty. He is to cuddle and is very friendly! Please .patiently waiting for his forever home come by the shelter and meet himl at the Petsmart in .San Marcos. Please stop by and meet him! He would love to go home! PAWS Shelter and Humane Society is a non-profit, no-kill shelter operated primarily on donations and adoptions. 500FM 150 E, Kyle, TX 512268-1611 Please visit pawssheltenorg All animals are fully vaccinationed, spay/neutered. microchipped and deworrned, Pets of the Week sponsored by ! i;i ! i i iI ii i il i il) iiili i !ii! i i ? i! i!!iiiiiii;IIII ! iiiil ! ii il iii!ii!! i ii!!il iiii i il iilii! ! ? HANDSEL Ronnie James Handsel, Jr., 31, of nude, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, Febru- ary 7, 2013. Ronnie was born on May 27, 1981 in Austin to Bonnie Handsel, St., and Linda Handsel. Ron, as he was known, graduated from Del Valle High School. He enjoyed fishing and sports. He also loved music and cooking. He was known mostly for being a caring per- son who loved making people smile. However, his most enduring quality was that of being a loving father to his two children. He loved his kids more than life itself. Ron is survived by his beautiful princess daughter, Raleigh Shyann Handsel, and his handsome son, Ron Anthony Handsel, his mother, Linda Handsel, his stepfather, Tom Turner, his grandmother, Martha E Bedford, his grand- father, Wesley Handsel, Sr., and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Ron is preceded in death by his grandfather, James E. Bedford, his grandmother, Dorothy Handsel, his father, Ronnie Handsel, St., and his brother, James Handsel. Ban was baptized at Onion Creek Baptist Church on August 19, 1993 and was a member of Southeast Baptist Church. We know he is with the Lord now, but will be missed more than words can say. For now, he will live in our hearts and memories until we see him again someday. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at ] p.m. at Onion Creek Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers please send dona- tions to: Southeast Baptist Clmrch, Ron Handsel Me- morial, 5020 Turnersville Rd., Creedmoor, TX 78610 www. I2xu r t" r ]rg5 5.c0m for all the latest news in Buda, Kyle and surrounding communities HENDERSON Ruth V. Henderson, 85, of Kyle died Sunday, February 10, 2013. Graveside services were held Tuesday, February 12th at Kyle Cemetery. Arrangements by Pennington, San Marcos. JACOBS James Paul Jacobs Ili, 54, of nude, died in the early hours of Febru- ary 5, 2013 lifted by the love of his three beautiful daughters. A friend recently wrote in condo- lence, "Jay always had a smile on his face, was kind to all, and was a great human being." Jay was born on October 30, 1958 to lames Paul Jacobs Jr. and Betty Jane Eisenberg in Galveston, Texas. Jay was raised in the Episcopal Church and attended Trinity Episcopal Elementary School from which he has enduring friendships to this day. He graduated from Stephen E Austin High School in 1977 where he was a leader on the tennis team and "all around good guy." Jay graduated with a B.B.A. in Finance from The University of Texas in 1982 and achieved his C.PA. as the foundation of a career in Ac- counting and Business Admin- istration. He spent most of his career with The Texas Medical Foundation and briefly served as the Chief Financial Officer of the Texas Exes. Jay was preceded in death by his father, James Jr., his mother, Betty Jane, and his stepfather, Jack Clint Eisen- berg. He will watch over three dedicated daughters, their families, and their mother, Deborah Jacobs: Jayme Jacobs and Bryan Palmer with his grandchildren Carah and Kaylah, Jacqueline Jacobs and Kacey Strickland and his grandson, Logan, and Alex- andre Jacobs. Jay will also be deeply missed and remem- bered by his loving partner, Elizabeth Weisse, his sister, Lee Mann and her family, his brother Tom Eisenberg and his family, and his step-moth- er, Sharon Eisenberg. Ask anyone and they will tell you that Jay "loved to hunt". He found enjoyment in fishing, music, chess, and history. Jay enjoyed his friend- ships most of all and will be missed by many caring friends from Galveston, Austin, and nude. The family would like to extend their deepest grati- tude to the nurses and staff of Seton Hospital in Kyle. Your professionalism and care is appreciated and an example to all. A memorial service was held Friday, February 8, 2013 at Zilker Botanical Garden in Austin. Obituary and memori- al guest book available online at JOHNSON Chester T. Johnson passed away at the age of 93 on Feb- ruary 5, 2013. He was born on September 26, 1919, in Austin to Frank and Gertude John- son. Chester was a veteran having honorably served his country in WWII. He was a perfectionist in all he did. After meeting his wife at a barn dance in 1945 they were married three months later on June 3rd and shared 67 years of married bliss. He was preceded in death by his parents and broth- ers Albert M. Johnson and Randolph D. Johnson. He is survived by his loving wife of 67 years, Martha E. Johnson and nephews Robert Johnson, Rodger Johnson, Henry John- son and Chuck Johnson and niece LaDon Mihleder and many dear friends. Services were held Thurs- day, February 7th at Man- chaca United Methodist Church follwed by graveside at Live Oak Cemetery. The family wishes to thank the caregiv- ers at The Marbridge Bridges for all their care and Hospice Austin as they administered to him in his final days. LABENSKI Mattie Louise "Mattie Pat" Labenski, 93, of Buda, passed away February 8, 2013. She was born July 11, 1919 in Dripping Springs to parents Arthur and Pauline Patton. In 1921, at the age of two, she moved to Buda. She was mar- ried to Cecil Tom Labenski on November 16, 1960. Mattie was preceded in death by her husband and parents. Mattie owned and oper- ated a beauty shop on Main Street in Buda for 37 years. She taught Sunday school for many years at the First Baptist Church. Her family's history was richly rooted in and integral to the heritage and development of the Hays County commu- nity. "I followed my quest. I didn't want to travel, I didn't want to leave Buda - Buda's home!" - Mattie Labensld Graveside services were held on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at Live Oak Cemetery on Twin Creeks Road in Man- chaca. In lieu of flowers, memori- als in Mattie Pat's memory can be made to the First Baptist Church 104 S. San Marcos Street, Buda, Texas 78610 or PAWS Animal Shelter, 500 E FM 150, Kyle, Texas 78640. SANDOVAL Julia Martinez Sandoval, 96, of Buda died Sunday, February 10, 2013. Rosary was held Tuesday, Febru- ary 12th at Mission Funeral Home, Serenity Chapel in Austin. Services wereWednes- day morning at Santa Cruz Catholic Church in Buda with burial at Live Oak Cemetery, Manchaca. YOUNG Our wonderful Dana Young, daughter, sister, wife, mother, cousin, aunt, Amma (Grand- mother), and friend was car- ried away in the arms of our Savior on Friday, February 1, 2013, at St. Luke's Hospital in Boise surrounded by family and friends; at the age of 49. Dana was born Septem- ber 24, 1963 in Dearborn, Michigan to Lee and Crystal Logan. As a young child, her family moved to Buda. Before graduating on May 28, 1982 from Jack Hays High School, she married the love of her life, RickYoung. Shortly after graduation, Dana moved to England to join her Air Force husband and begin their lives together. Their first daughter, Kristy, was born in England in April of 1983. They moved to Home- stead, Florida, a few months prior to Stacey's arrival in July of 1985. They remained in Home- stead Air Force Base until 1992. In February of 1996, Dana and her family drove across the country to their new duty station in Mountain Home, Idaho. Dana began a career as a case manager with several different companies associ- ated with the Department of Health and Welfare. She loved her position and wanted nothing more than to help other people. She filled her office with pictures shortly after becoming an Amma (Grandmother) to Makenzie in January of 2005 and Faith in March of 2008. In 20} 1, Dana fell ill with a couple different rare infec- tions and was later diagnosed with an even rarer disease. Dana fought furiously against all odds and even became a research patient of the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. She was preceded in death by her grandmother Jane Rudzinski and father-in-law Donald Young. She leaves behind her loving husband of 31 years, RickYoung of Mountain Home, ID; her parents Lee and Crystal Logan of Buda; eldest daughter and son-in-law Kristy and Kevin Cumbie and granddaughter Makenzie of Mountain Home; youngest daughter and son- in-law Stacey and David Lee and granddaughter Faith of McGuire AFB, NJ; mother-in- law Donna Young of Bremer- ton, WA; brother Brent Logan of Buda; brother and sister-in- law Drew and Karen Logan of Cedar Park, TX; Grandfather Dick Rudzinski of TX; and nu- merous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Celebration of life was held Friday, February 8, 2013 at the family residence in Mountain Home. Texas Crossword Solution S-1102 Sud0ku S01uti0 935 627 814 346 2i91 5[7 8 2 4 7 8 5 1 ,Sl 9 6 3 8 4 3 7 9 1 2 15 2 9 8 5 Name .......... Address Zip Phone ......... MobiLe (OptionaL) Emait [] Check EncLosed [] Charge credit card Credit Card # Exp. Date ____/___ 3# Security Code ........ Amt. $ Signature ........ 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