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June 5, 2003 People & Events Page 7 The Free Press "uch needed rain has .fallen on our bone dry land this week and for that we are very thankful. But of course we have to take the good with the bad and some folks in our area had to deal with fallen trees, fences and some roof damage. This Saturday, June 7, is the date of the gathering of all old Buda Bulldogs. The annu- al Buda High Forever Reunion kick.~ off at 10:30 a.m. at the old Buda High School (now known as Buda Elementary). There will be an all-you-can-eat catfish lunch served at noon. Cost is $12.50 and will be catered by Clarence Vogel of the Manchaca Fire Hall Kitchen. The program immediately fol- lowing the lunch will give recognition to the classes of 1923, 1933, 1943, 1953 and 1963. The annual meeting of the Barton Cemetery Association will be Sunday, June 8, at 2:30 p.m. at the cemetery. Anniversary wishes go out to Sara and Randal Grizzle on June 2 for,their second year of marriage. Phyllis and Eric Patterson celebrate their 26th wedding anniversary on June 5. Sixty years of marriage will be celebrated by Celesta and Tom Wood on Jtine 8 and Ruby and Leroy Pfullman on June 12. Birthday wishes go out to Ernie Valdez (owner of Ernie's Paint and Body), JoAnn DePenning, June 6; Bill Bates and 40 year-old Creekside resident, John Dulski, June 8; 9 year-old Maggie Porterfield, June 10 and to her 41 year-old mom, Margot on June 11; Reva Jergens, June 12; Mafia Diaz, Jessie Hauptrief and Keith Keitz, June 13. Virginia Brakefield returned to her Leisurewoods home on Monday after receiv- ing two heart stints. Shop the Buda Farmers Market every Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. The market is located on Main Street across from the post office. Bezecny-Dees to wed "~ ][r. And Mrs. Conroy her M.S. in Computer Science l 11Bezecny of Needville from St. Regis University in announce the engagement of their daughter, Stephanie Dawn, to Kevin W. Dees of Glen Flora, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dees of Buda, Texas. Wedding vows will be exchanged Saturday, June 7, 2003, at St. Philip the Apostle Catholic Church in El Campo. Stephanie, a 1992 gradu- ate of Needville High School, has a B.B.A. in Business Analysis fr6m Texas A&M University and will complete December. She is currently employed as a Technical Analyst at BMC Software in Houston. Kevin, a 1986 graduate of Jack C. Hays High School in Buda, holds a B.S. in Wildlife Management and a M.S. in Biology from Southwest Texas State University and is currently the Assistant to the Vice President of Instruction at Wharton County Junior College in Wharton. Following the wedding the couple will reside in Wharton. love Congratulations to Tom and Celeste Wood on their 60th wedding anniversary. From all your kids Monday, June 2nd, 2003. That's the date of"The Big Storm with High Winds". Years from now we'll peg the date of other events by the storm that hit between 4:00 and 5:00. We'll recall how it toppled some trees and did significant damage to many non-oak trees in scattered spots through the city. It's the talk of the town this week. "We had no damage" or "we had severe damage to trees"; "we hada~umulations of small . hail,"ifdidn't hail here"; "my rain gauge show and inch and a quarter", "the weather tracking equipment at Barton recorded seven-tenths". "Did you see the damage along 1-35-on the way to San Marcos"?; "Up towards Austin there was no damage at all." "Did you hear about the foils on Live Oak who couldn't get out their front door?" Out in my front yard nestbox Black-crested Titmouse nestlings w~ere without their mother for Deer found leafy dining'right at their feet and they're still feasting. If your housekeeping skills need to be sharpened, try The website offers tips in cleaning the FLYlady (Finally Loving Yourself) way and they offer a free email notifi- cation reminding the participant of a task that needs to be done - to the point of "It's time to go to bed. You need your rest," about two hours~,My, how they. were chattering, Feed me: Fe~~ ~'~"i c~ ='~hY:~'x, oucii~ me."! Taking Off Pounds Sensibly group that meets 10 a.m. on Tuesday mornings at the Buda Library. Three of the 15 or so "TOPS" ladies live in Mountain City. Do you know what happened the night after The Big Storm with High Winds? We had anoth- er inch and a quarter of rain. Thank God (from whom all blessings flow). I'll thank you if you'll send a tidbit to my e-mail: back- iii fi n .i:ECdha. 6-r lea;ce me a message at 268-5678. 1-888-31 7-7837 Hove title in hand when you call Tax Deductible Free Vehicle Pickup Most Trucks, Cars & Vans Accepted Society of St Vincent dePaul Vehicle Donation Program Proceeds benefit needy in Hays & Travis Counties & throughout Central Texas investors Since 1871 Phone: 268-7862 or 262-6397 Fax: 268-0262 E-Mail: NEWS ADS CLASSIFIEDS Address: 3470 Jack C. Hays Trail P.O. Box 339 Buda, Texas 78610 Graduation, reunions, wed- passed away. August Heideman dings, vacations - it must of New Braunfels and be June! Congratulations to James Roy Daugherty, son of James Daugherty and grandson of Ed and Lois Daugherty, who grad- uated from Hays High School and Summer Groves who grad- uated from Midland High School. Summer is the daughter of Shirley and "Buster" Groves and granddaughter of Heilda Wisian. They are members of St. John United Church and the congregation wishes them well. The Heideman-Kramer Reunion was held at the Uhland Community Center on June l. About 100 family members gathered for a carry in lunch and a lot of visiting followed. A short meeting was held and the following officers were re- elected - Daniel Heideman as president, Kenneth Schnautz the Vice-president and Carol Schumann as secretary/treasur- er. Leonard Kramer held a memorial service for those who Lawerance Kramer of Phoenix, Arizona were remembered. Evelyn Hoffman of Seguin was the oldest and Emily Ann Saxon of Austin was the youngest. Members of the families came from Palm Desert, California, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Houston, Dallas, Chilton, New Braunfels, San Antonio, Wimberley, San Marcos and Uhland. The longest trip was made by Mike Sewell from Qatar. Mike, the son-in-law of Gene and Grace Heideman, will be moving his family to Qatar in August where he is employed. The Annual meeting of the Uhland Live Oak Cemetery was held in May and.the following officers will serve on the board. Rex Wiegand, President, Molly Wranitzky, Vice-presi~lent, sec- retary, Daniel Heideman, trea- surer. Trustees are: Barbara Ilse, Doug Schnautz and AI Franke. Some additions and revisions of the by-laws were discussed. The Health Fair at the St. John United Church held on Saturday was reported to have had a "fair" attendance. Thanks to all who organized, helped with the chores and attended. Get well wishes to Wilma Schnautz who is in St. David's Hospital in Austin. You may want to send her a card c/o Golden Age Home 1505 S. Maifi St. Lockhart, 78644. Logan Crowell and his mother, Tracie, visited with great-grand parents Raymond and Myrtle Heideman Monday morning. It's good to be home! Thanks again for the cards, vis- its, telephone calls and food. Hope all keeps going as it is now. Oh Yes! 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