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Page 4C FIELDS Clifton Fields, 84, of Kyle, passed away in San Marcos. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, June 5, 2010 at Pennington Funeral Home in San Marcos with Pastor Alvin Welch officiating. Interment will follow at the gkyview Cemetery in Kyle. FITZWATER Jim Fitzwater, 68, of Man- chaca, passed away Thursday, May 27, 2010 in Austin. He was born to Robert and Gen- evieve Fitzwater on Jan. 31, 1942, in Dayton, Ohio. Jim lost his father at an early age and was taken into the home and hearts of the Maxwell family of Farmer City, Illinois. Jim spent his career as a master carpenter in the home building industry. He lived in many cities during his career with "home" being Illinois, Arizona and Texas. Jim retired in 2007 after a battle with cancer. He spent his retire- ment traveling with his wife Gale, spending time with his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren and Jim is survived by wife Gale Bi of Manchaca, his mother-in- E law Edith Swenson of San Mar- of cos; brothers John of Illinois ar and Tom of Arizona; children hi Sherie Osborne (Mike) of llli- ar ntis, Dennis Fitzwater of Phoe- L. nix, Arizona and Teresa Man- sl ning of Phoenix, Arizona. Jim hi also has four stepdaughters, S Julle Paggleman (Mark), Beth ar Spiess, Jill Bitner and Nancy F( Long (Robert). Jim will be th remembered in the hearts and is minds of his 16 grandchildren ni and 12 great-grandchildren. His mother and father, al brother Bob of Jasper, Texas o: and sister Sandy of Illinois G preceded Jim in death. T F, FOWLER C SMSgt. Oscar R. Fowler, 17 USAF,(Ret.) of Buda, Texas, beloved husband, father, il grandfather, brother and n friend, passed away on Sun- 13 day, May 23, 2010, at the age of 75. He was born August 27, Jt 1934, in Little River, South 5 Carolina, to Brace Parnell and Blanchie (Hewitt) Fowler. o His parents, a son, Oscar n R. Fowler, Jr. and a brother, Albert Fowler preceded him R NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press ,, June 2, 2010 OBITUARIES tda; his daughters, Donna dy and husband, Tommy Kyle, and Marilyn Eady d husband, Wally of Buda; others, Bruce Parnell Fowler d wife, Irene, and Kenneth Todd and wife, lenean; ,ters, Carol Holleman and tsband, Marion, and Jane rage and husband, limmie, d sister-in-law, Virginia wler; grandchildren, Kris- to, Amber, Billy and Keli. He also survived by numerous eces and nephews. The family received friends Pennington Funeral Home aWednesday, May 26, 2010. raveside Services were mrsday; May 27, 2010, at )rt Sam Houston National emetery in San Antonio, ;xas, with military honors. In lieu of flowers, the fam- r requests donations in Lemory of Oscar be made to ell Children's Foundation, iiracle Network, 4900 Muel- r Blvd., Austin, Texas 78723, 12-324-0170. Obituary and guestbook aline at www.penningtonfu- ralhome.com. IVERA 2010. She is survived by hus- band Joe M. Rivera; daughters, Michelle MoheeL Rosemarie Ramirez; sons, Rene Pdvem and wife Penny, Phillip Rivera, Ralph Rivera and WEe Kim- berly; seven grandchildren; three brothers; six sisters; and pet Cosmo. Recitation of the Holy Rosary was held Friday, May 28 and Funeral Mass was cel- ebrated on Saturday; May 29 at the chapel of Weed-Cofley- Fish Funeral Home, Austin with Reverend BillWack, CSC officiating. WILLIAMS Samuel Dean Williams, 84, of Hideaway, formerly of Buda, died Sunday, May 23, 2010. Visitation and services were held Thursday, May 27, at Harrell Funeral Home in Austin. Burial followed at Fort Sam Houston National Cem- etery in San Antonio. JOHN "BIG MAC" MCLELLAN On Sunday May 30, 2010 Big Mac went to a joyous heavenly reunion with Made, his WEe of 60 years, his parents John Big Mac's zest for life, boom- ing laugh and bear hugs will be missed by all who experi- enced them. He was born and raised in Butte, Montana, served in the Army during World War II, graduated from Montana Slate University where his football playing ability earned him a stint in pro football. He married his true love Marie in 1950, obtained a Masters degree from the University of Texas in Austin and moved his family to New Braun- fels, Texas in 1965 where he lived in the same home until his death. Big Mac spent a lifetime as a coach, educa- tor and mentor and many of his former students contin- ued to seek his advice and counsel throughout his life. He is survived by his sons Mike (Donna), Pat (Anne), Dan (Noma), Neff (Ruby), extended son Bob (Karen) Williams, sister Betty McLel- lan SNIN, and grandchildren Keith, Sean, Kelsey and Aili who will all miss their Dad, Brother and Papa. A celebra- tion of Mac's life will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday June 5 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels with a reception following. In lieu of flowers the family requests contributions be made to the New Braunfels Aquatic Club c/o Mike McLellan, 13710 Cayo Gorda, Corpus Christi, Texas 78418 or a charity of their choice with a request to notify Mike McLellan at the above address. building beautiful custom in death. He is survived by his Frances Rivera, 73, of Buda, Daniel and Elizabeth McCann carpentry, wife, Shirley (Evans) Fowler of p ssed away Tuesday, May 25, and his granddaughter Katie. [ Auto. Home. Life Hays CountY junior deputies [ Rob White, Agent Let's Compare WANTED: (512, 504-9484 Rates and Service. 5500 FM 2770, Ste. {'01 Kyle, TX 78640 rwhite@txfb-ins.om STAFF REPORT daily, the sheriff's office says. Jail and 911 communications School in Kyle. The second will The Hays County Sheriff's Office is searching for boys and girls, aged 9 and 10 years old, to become junior deputies. Boys and girls who are well- behaved and interested in law enforcement are encouraged to sign up for the free Junior Deputy Academy, which lasts one week from 8 a.m. to noon Buda Bits In its 12 t year, the academy is designed to introduce youth to the various aspects of the sheriff's office and public ser- vice personnel. Students will meet patrol deputies, fire and emergency service crews, de- tectives and SWAT members. They will also see a heli- copter, tour the Hays County Continued from pg. 1C Like to play Texas Hold'um Poker? If so, sign up for the tournament coming up on Sunday afternoon, June 27. Not only do you get to play a fun game, but you also will help the Onion Creek Senior Citizens in Buda by adding to the their building funds for a new center. Registration is a $30 donation. Call Richard Harlow at 512-626-4038 today for an application or visit richardharlow@austin.rr.com for information. , If you are not growing your own veg- etables, there is a new Saturday Farmers Market now open on San Antonio Street next to the Court House in San Marcos. The market is open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. The San Marcos Farmers Market is still open on Tuesdays of each week from 3 until 6 p.m. at 104 C.M. Allen Parkway next to the railroad tracks. Montage Mark your calendar t 13, 2:30 p.m. and travel Cemetery for the annu; sociation meeting. Continued from pg. 1C spiny bush, put a sheet on the ground (after a rattlesnake check), and beat the bush with a stick. "The berries are also deli- cious straight off the bush in late spring, though they are so acidic that it's best not to eat too many," says Mr. Smarty Plants on the www. wildtlower.org website. In that same answer, Mr. Smarty Plants gives word that another native red fruit that appears in many of our flower gardens can be eaten- turks cap! "One of its Spanish names is Manzanilla, because it has an edible, thumbnail- sized fruit that is red and tastes sort of like apples, ap- Odds & Ends Continued from pg. 1C their hard work and thought- fulness. They will be folded, tagged and packed at the next Guild meeting that will be held Saturday, June 5 at noon at the home of Myrtle and Raymond Heideman at 170 Gristmill Road in Uhland. Please bring a covered dish. Call 512-398- 3800 for directions. The lap robes will be distributed to local nursing homes. Remem- ber the food basket can always use non-perishable foods or cash. This is donated to the Food Bank of Lockhart and San Marcos. Thanks. toe Birthday wishes go and Marjorie Tatum or old Brody Collins, Pat ( Phyllis Patterson on Iu Penning, one-year-old Gibbs and three-year-t on June 5; KathyWatsc Bates on June 8; A. D. Garner on June 9. A little late but still s out to Beverly and Ton pearing in late summer." irr Lavender-flowered bee Pr balm - Mondarda dispersa- sti fills fields around here these cy days. Both bee balm and m turks cap attract humming- birds. P fi Melissa Garrett is finding le some green Monarch butter- at fly chrysalides on her fennel. G ("Chrysalides" look strange? It's a plural.) b n Kiss'Me' came hobbling in through the doggy door one night recently. His soooooo in looooongedness makes gq three-legged hobbling almost buried in the Uhland Live Oak Cemetery for Memorial Day by Mayor Daniel Heideman and sidekick grandson Cooper Moore. On Memorial Day the American flag was raised on the newly erected flagpole. Thanks, guys. Several visitors attended St. John Lutheran Church service Sunday morning. Among them was Mr. & Mrs. Nor- man Damemu of Wiley; Texas. Yvonne Schiebe of Tennessee and a young man whose name escapes me. He is - or was - from California and attends the service in St. John when he comes to Texas. Welcome and ya'U come back soon, hear! Flags were put on the graves of all veterans who are (enter, watch a drug detection ( og work, hear about Stranger I anger, and learn much more c n how to make good decisions nd help law enforcement, the sheriff's office says. Two Junior Deputy Academy s essions are offered this year nd there is still time to sign t p. The first will be from June ]4-18 at Tobias Elementary r Sunday, June out to Barton cemetery as- ut to Jim Ploen June 3; four-year- ;hisholm and ae 4; JoAnn De- Chance Grayson dd Brooklin Harris n on June 7, Bill :arroll and Marsha Lncere wishes go qYunick on their possible. Bless his heart. )bably another scorpion ng. I followed the emergen- procedure we learned last ruth in a phone call to the t hospital- one Benadryl. the next morning he was e. I'd love to find a low and ng dog kennel for Kiss'Me' Saturdays Mountain City rage Sale. We found one at's long enough last year, t it's double the height he ;eds. I'd love to find some tidbits my inbox, ptom5678@ nail.com (or 512.268.5678) Thanks! Love, Pauline. Visitors are always nice to have and when they bring their lunch to share, its even nicer! Lhst Friday Clarence Heideman and sister, Adelene Wisian of San Marcos came with a couple of pizzas, Her- bert and Pauline Schwertfeger of Lockhart with a bowl of sal- ad, Daniel and Sharon Heide- man with a watermelon and Raymond and Myrtle Heide- man with an appetite, enjoyed lunch and visiting (Daniel had to go back to work). Congratulations to Logan Crowell for winning or rather be from June 21-25 at theWirn- befleyVeterans of Foreign Wars building on Jacob's Well Road. Applications are available at the offices of elementary schools in Hays, Dripping Springs and W'unbefley. For more information contact the Hays County Sheriff's Office at 512-393-7373. May 27 anniversary of 51 years of mar- riage. More wishes go out to Phyllis and Eric Patterson married 33 years on June 5; Patricia and Dennis Morgan married 41 years on June 6 and Sybil and Eddie Ellison married 52 years on June 7. Come downtown Buda for first Thurs- day, Iune 3. The Buda Library will have lots of fun activities at Buda City Park from5:30 until 7:30 p.m. and there will be shopping along Main Street, music, food and drinks. So come on down. It's not officially on the calendar, but for thousands of kids, summer is here. Remember to drive with care, as there will be more children on the streets. On Center Continued from pg. 1C And on Saturday, the first Kyle Market Days of the sum- mer is from 9-2 p.m. Hope- fully some farmers will show up and bring us fresh produce like they did in years past. Market Days kind of loses some of its appeal without them. But, on the bright side, it looks like the entertainment will more than compensate with our very own bluesman, Spencer Thomas and his band kicking off the party bright and early, followed by nation- ally known harp player, Jimi Lee, with a lunchtime set. The park should be rocking all day long so come down and sup- port your local vendors, artists and craftsmen. earning several awards in the second grade in Clear Fork in Lockhart. Among them are a perfect attendance cer- tificate and a place on the all K's Honor Roll. Good work, Logan, proud of you. Happy birthday to Linda Loep who had her 90th birth- day the 30th of May. Also to Louis Petrosky, a former resi- dent of Uhland and a friend to many who celebrated his 90th on Sunday, May 30 with a gathering at the VF3N in Lockhart. Myrtle Heideman will have another birthday on June 5 and son Daniel on June 7. Happy birthday to all. The Quality Care Your Pet Needs at Prices You Can Afford! LOW COST PET VACCINATIONS Held in front of H-E-B 00ne5 6 H-E4S CederPark Comer of Hwy. 183 & 1431 9 am - 11 am 9700 McNeil Dr. (Front of school parking lot) 1 pm - 3 pm Heartworm Test only $5 w/negative results & purchase of a year's supply of heartworm preventative. ..... PackaA: .................................. $t0.00 Rabies Rabies :: B: ................................. ,240o Robes- DHLPP Fes- FVRCPC Package C .................................. $35.00 Package C: ....... Rabies- DHLPP- Bordetella Rabies-FVRCPC   PackageD: ................................. $55.00 PackageD: ........... 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