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+ Hays Free Press February 20, 2013 NEIGHBORS Page 3C Texas History Continued from pg. lC numbering 250 men, com- manded by Major (John Coffee) Jack Hays." He was assigned to a squad of ten headquartered "on the Trinity River, something like halfway between where Dallas and Fort Worth have grown to be cities." Of all his memorable experiences as a Ranger on patrol, none withstood the ravages of time quite like a strange sight in a snowstorm. "We saw a horse at a distance standing still with a saddle on. We found his rider frozen to death with a noose of the bridle reins around one wrist." In the spring of 1846, Barry and his comrades invited a passerby to breakfast. That was how they learned war with Mexico was about to break out on the border. Jack Hays saved a place for the North Carolinian in the First Texas Mounted Rifles, a regiment made up of Rang- ers and other hard-fighting frontiersmen. Membership in the unit was Barry's ticket for nearly every major battle and a front-row seat for an unforgettable incident. Bright and early one morn- ing, a detachment of Mexican lancers surprised the sleeping Texans. To give his men time to wake up and prepare for battle, Hays "rode out front with his saber in hand and challenged the colonel of the lancers to meet him halfway between the lines to fight a saber fight." The enemy officer "ad- vanced waving his saber, while his horse seemed to dance rather than prance. Within a few feet of the Mexican, Hays pulled a pistol and shot him dead from his horse." The lancers "charged us like mad hornets" making three costly passes through the Texan lines. Marveling at the enemy soldiers' courage, Barry wrote, "I have never called a Mexican a coward since." After the one-sided war, it was back to North Carolina for Barry and marriage to the sweetheart who had waited for him. The newlyweds set up housekeeping in Navarro County, where voters drafted the office-shy breadwinner for three terms as sheriff and one as county treasurer. In late 1855, Barry moved west to Bosque County on the edge of the frontier. But plans of spending more time with his growing family were spoiled by the depredations of so-called "reservation Indi- ans" from their government- protected sanctuary on the Brazos. Barry devoted the next decade, including the entire Civil War, to fighting Indians and retrieving the horses and human captives taken on their raids. He eventually suc- ceeded in bringing about the relocation of the troublesome tribes north of the Red River thereby averting all-out war with the U.S. Army. The familiar figure with the shoulder-length hair and fondness for buckskin dab- bled in politics in the 1880's and 1890%, first as an active supporter of the Grange and later with the People's Party. After a failed bid for state treasurer in 1898, Buck Barry retired to his ranch near Wal- nut Springs. He completed his autobiography, published in 1932, before going totally blind and dying on his eighty- fifth birthday in 1906. .Last chancel Three "Best of This Week in Texas History" collections for the price of two: "Hurricanes, Tornadoes & Other Disasters,""Secession & Civil War" and "Revolution & Republic." Mail a check for only $28.40 to "Bartee Haile" at P.O. Box 152, Friendswood, TX 77549 or order on-line at twith.com Texas Crossword iXi R!N_! S-1103 Texas Crossword, from pg. 2C Sud0ku S01uti0n 723 495 4 8 5 7 1 6 619 382 149 :;fi 723 8: 5 6 8 291 S 634 347 6859 :::=: ::: 5: .... 5 6 8 2 7 1 Sudoku Puzzle, from pg. 2C B 5 III 5TORE II I F Your Hometown McDonald's::i~ i~ / McDonald's of Buda ,! & / / 15359 IH-35, 5te e~ ~ l / RO. Box1364, Buda, TX78610 // ~ / / 5~z-31z.z3a3 ~ ~ ~ / 1 Locally owned and operated ~ wdll k by Jimmy and Cindi Ferg .... i'mIovin' ifJ ( ROSEBROCK / VETERINARY CLINIC / \ 232 1 -0 01 j We are proud to s;rve this community. LKyle Animal Hospitah 100 Hall Professional Center l 268-5003 l NEW[ Vaccine Clinic - SaturdaysI (Cart or visit website for dates E details)I -:. -~1_ : -_ .- ,_ ~ The Connection Church 1235 S. Loop 4, Buda Faith Assembly of God St, Elizabeth's Episcopal Church 1030 Main St,, Buda 725 RR 967, Buda ,Antioch Community Church St. Stephan's Episcopal Church Old Black Colony Rd. Buda First Baptist Church~Buda RR 3237 (Wlmberley RO.~. KyleCompleted & Perfected Faith Church Tobias Elementary Cafeteria. FM 150, Kyie 104 San Marcos St., Buda St. Alban's Episcopal Church: 1t819 IH-35 South Rrst Bapti';t Church-Kyle Kingdom United Christian Church 300 W. Center St., Kyis ~ 100 Madison Way, Buda Hays Hills Baptist Church Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witrmsses Ml~.inn Fe"ow~bln Chun~-h P"~77-wMz o Ryel ................ 1401 FM t626, Buda ' 200 San Marcos Street. Buda Je ovah s Witnesses South Sledge Chapel Missionary Baptist h ' 10802 Manchaca Rd. Manchana New Covenant CommunYq/Chm'ch Church . ,._=,.._.~. t019 Main Street, Buda (in Dance Unlimited) 709 Sewell, Kyte Southeast Baptist Church Generations Church 5020 Turnersvilta Rd., CreedmoorLivin@ Worl L~heran ELCA 801 FM 1626 (Etm Grove Eism.), Buda Z~lb PM ~lt~f, ~LK3a Mimcha0a BaptistOhurch Good" h " n" "" s AFountatnofUfnOhurch unep ero MI lstrle Lowden Lane & FM t 626 ' FM 967 Buda Tom Green E ementary ' 130t Old Goforth Rd. Buda Immanuel Baptist Church Redeeming Grace Lutheran LCMS: 4000 E~ FM 150; 4 miles east of Kyle FM 1626 & Manchaca Rd, ManohacaThe Fellowship at Plum Creek Center Union Baptist Chumh Meets at Negley Elementary in Plum Creek St. John Lutheran~ LCMS [ Goforth Rd., Buda 20 N. Camino Real (State Hwy, 21), Uhland ' Word of Life Christian Faith Center Primate Mlslon Bautista Mexicana 400 0 d Post Road Ky e Kyle ~ .......... o-i -'-u c~ PENTECOSTAL Baptist Church of Driftwood umm unlma Mere o st un r n San Ma~os & Elm St,, Buda 13540 FM 150 W, Mision de Case de Oraoion Kyle United Methodist Church S. Hwy. 81, Kyle Sledge & Iockhart St Kyle ~nta Crl;iZ.Oatholi Church . .. _ New Life Sanctuary Klde Journey Utted MethodiSt 18869 IH 38 North 1100Main~,Buda atPantedHorsePavilononFM1626 LaQunta nn/~eetn I~oom g St. Anthony Marie Claret Church St. Paul's United Methodist Church PRESBYTERIAN 801 N. Burleson, Kyle 7206 Cmodmcor Rd., Creedmoor St, Michael's Cathulic Chumh Manohaca United Methodist Church St. John's Praabyterian ChBrch S, Old Spanish Trail, Uhland FM 1626 & Manchaca Rd,. Manchana 12420 Hewitt Ln.. Manehaca CHURCH OF CHRIST Driftwood United Methodist Church First Prss~n Church RR 150at County Road 170 410 W. Hutchison, San Marcos~ "IX 78668 Buda-Kyla Church of Christ UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 3.SmiieesouthofBudaonFM2770 --:--:-; -'- : -- -~ o Trinity United Chuch of Nlsderwald Southern Hills Church of Christ M nte del Oliver Chdstlsn Center ! ~ i = ' i I I , ~7~n l:~ QP,7 o:,.~.. 2~00 FM 150 E Kyle 13700 Cam no Hea Hwy. 21 Niederwald o~-.. h., ..v. ~uu= I CENTEX MATERIALS LL / FM 2770, Buda, Texas / L 295-4801 ) J f FARM E R~;] / k 312-1917 y DIRE( 'TORY OF LOCAL CHURCHES Prayer for the City You are Invited Thursdays, 7:15 - 7:45 p.m. A half-hour of candlelight, simple Taize chant, a brief reading from scripture and prayer for our city leaders & servants. Saint Elizabeth Church 725 Farm-to-Market 967 Buda, TX q12-2qq- 367d--w'- ww.st-li7.or~ ~Southern.Hills Church of Christ ~hrist Serving Others / :::/WORSI'IIP Wg:':c~2S' Bible Class 10:00amWorship 6:00pm Worship Wednesday 7:00pm Bible Class 3740 Ranch Road 967 Buda, Texas www.souther nhillscoc.org (512) 312-5900 All sewices are sign-interpreted for the deaf (-A FOUNTAIN OF We are a non- denominational church currently meeting at Tom Green Elementary, 1301 Old Goforth Road in Buda. Services Call 512-393-4460 Free Lunch Sun. 10:30 a.m. or go to Buffet Wed. 7:30 p.m. www.afountain.org Last Sunday of for more info. each month PRIMERA IGLESlA BAUTISTA DE BUDA 104 S. San Marcos Street 512-295-8768 tiORARIO/SCIIEDULE Dominge/Sunday: Escuela Dominica/Sunday School ............................ 9:45 a.m. Culto de Predi "eaeibr~q~)rship Service ................... 11:00 a,m. Seen Todos Bienvenidos :ii:iiiiii! :!i!ili~ ii;:i~i:i;i; Buda United Methodist Church , Elm Street & San Marcos [~ 2aditional Worship (Worship Center)-9 a.m. Sunday School (all ages)-10:15 a.m. ,I Contemporary Worship (Worship Center)-ll a.m. Rev. Nancy Day Office 295-6981, Parsonage 512-393-9772 www.BudaUMC.org SANTA CRUZ CATHOLIC CHURCH 1100 Main Street Buda,Texas 78610 Office: 512-312-2520 Fax: 512-295-2034 http://santacruzcc.org Rev. Kirby D. Garner, Pastor Fr. Charlie Garza, Assoc. Pastor CONFESSION OFFICE HOURS Saturdays: 4 p.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. MASS SCHEDULE: Saturday evening: 5 : 30 p.m. _~r_ Sunday m "tins su~'~~ v~: ~u:r oast~t'~r~ 8:30 a.m. (Spanish), I 1 a.m. (English) p.m. (English) SUNDAYS 10AM O 5t 2,803.5909 TX 78610 FBWC@ymail.com 1,6 w".les s~ of~ Baptist Church 9:15 Traditional Service 10:45 Contemporary Service Classes for all ages at 9:15 and 10:45 www.HaysHills.org St. John Lutheran Church of Uhland, LCMS Highway 21, Uhland Bible Study .................. Church Services ............. 20 N. I ..... 9:15 a.m. .... 10:30 a.m. Pastor: Rev. David Goeke 210-635-8584 www.sljohnlcmsuhland.org Camino Real [State Hwy. 21) Uhland, Texas 78640 ......... Baptist First Baptist Church A loving & caring Southern Baptist Church 104 S. San Marcos Street, Buda Buddy Johnson, Pastor 295-2161 Sunday School ........................................... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .................................... 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study / Youth Activities ...6:00 p.m. AWANA's (Wednesday) .......................... 6:00 p.m. Nursery Provided www.firstba~stbuda.com fbcbuda@auslin,r~com