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.Ik _ |1 IJl I lllll]lllllll JlllljlL l llllluluJILt ...... l Page 6C Remember Relay for Ei 'emories of old Buda High School have .been put away for another year. The reunion for grads of Buda High School was held on Saturday with an attendance of 115. Sev- eral people walked away with prized items in the silent auction. Winner of the fabu- lous hand made quilt was Rim (Armbruster) Hodges, daugh- ter of Connie Armbruster, one of the quilt makers. A big thank you goes out to all the folks that worked so hard to make the reunion such a success, especially to sisters Judy (Thompson) Poweil and Karry (Thompson) Matson. Next year's reunion will be held on Saturda April 2, 2011. See that your calendar is marked for that date and plan now to make it! Congratulations to Liz and Jeff Shelton as they again ran a good race at the 27th annual Chuy's Hot to Trot 5k in Austin on Saturday. Jeff Shelton, age 41, was 2nd place male with a time of 16:03 and 32-year-old 1.i7, with a time of 17:25, was the first place female runner. More congratulations go out to Lucinda (Rarnage) Doyle as she was notified last week that she had passed the bar exam. And more congratulations to our new school board mem- ber, Marty Kanetzky. Mikel and Gaynel Con- ner recently returned from a cruise through the Panama Canal. The Buda couple was celebrating their 25th ding anniversary. Thel stops in Jamaica, Cost Guatemala, Nicaragu trip ended with three Acapulco. oo@ We may be a little h nonetheless cannot le 20th pass by withoutv a happy birthday to It who turned the mighl Birthday wishes go Detta Haffelder on M; very own Hays Free Pr tor, Jen Bitmdo and R; Evans on May 15; Elli ington on May 16; Rol erly on May 17; Chucl and Lamont Ramage ! 18; Linda Rosebrock, Also birthday wishes the Kems brothers. B be 16 years old on May 13: Luke turns 14 on May21. i is Friday starting at 7 p.m. Barton Middle School. and support this great I of people. oo@ For all you track folks, t UIL Track and Field State Championship is this and Saturday in Austin. ) Nillm Hays Free Press May 12, 2010 "Plains Blind Snake," Leptotyplops dulcis dulcis, averages ) inches. Indian Blankets - a.k.a nal uses. City has mucla colorftt ops #1: To annihilate hree weeks with wet 12-page- A bed almost full costs in Creedrnoor.) The ,when weeds in a bed ofexist- ' Council con- April about money possible sale of itsy bitsy did not include popped Wna Apr .. City Council Meeting pho- about the name MOUNTAIN CiTY beauty with yellow fringe on red rays outside a brownish red disk Mexican Paintbrush? No. Mexican Hat? No. It's "Indian Blanket" or"Firewheel" or "Sundance." Kiowa considered the Gall- lardia pulchella good luck I can vouch that they attract butterflies, for I have a nice blanket of Indian Blanket near my driveway; transplanted in drought years from nearby undeveloped property. The medicinal uses (from wildflower.org} others can test= Tea of root for gastroenteritis, chewed powdered root applied to skin disorders. Sore nipples of nursing mothers bathed in Firewheels or Sundance - have several medici- wildlife to offer i tea made from the lant, also used for sore eyes. Snake eyes. That what our daughter Tami looking at the thr "worms" in a medi RonTom brought t the front yard on F: shortly after she a sons arrived for a 1 weekend trip on S Schlitterbahn. OnE scope, liny tongue,, .w when ,'long skinny ejar. mm in from day night, d our grand- lom's Day turdayto era micro- flicked. Tbey feed on an:and termite larvae, according tb ausfimep- tileservice.net. / Sounds like a song, "Three Blind Snakes. Three Blind Snakes. See how their tongues flick See how theit tongues flick" | i @ID : According to the Loving Mountain City Special Event Calendar distributed house- to-housse several months ago, the Citywide Garage Sale is Saturday; June 4th. After several years, the "first Saturday in June" unoffidal event is tradi- tion. And, Sunday; July 4 (after- noon) is the second Annual Pa- rade. Individuals or businesses with items or gift certificates for the Silent Auction may contact me at ptom5678@gmail.com or 512-268-5678. P.S. You're invited to Travis Audubon's workshop, "How to Attract and Care for Bluebirds" on Saturday morning, May 15, taught by me. Cost: $20. Partici- pants may pay an additional $15 for a Texas Bluebird Society membership with a bluebird nestbox. 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at a SE Austin location. Phone Frances Cerbins to register. 512-372-9039. See www.travi- saudubon.org/classes for more details. + WATCt[ FOR FLYING WARBI.E DIVOT R KITES. SUBSCRIB TO THE ! 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