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lune 12, 2003 People & Events Page 7 The Free Press e annual Buda High orever Reunion was held last Saturday on the campus of old Buda High School. The Manchaca Fire Hall Kitchen served up hundred plus plates of fried fish. The silent auction added $550 to fund next year's event. A fine time was had by all. Next year's reunion will be Saturday, June 5, at the same place, same time, along with the same. people and maybe even more. Judy (Thompson) Powell will again be in charge of the reunion aided by several class- mates. Pull out your Rebel flag and travel over to Driftwood for the 107th annual Camp Ben McCulloch Confederate Reunion, which starts Friday, June 20 and runs until Friday, June 27. Very glad to hear that Nita Messer is back in her Buda apartment after spending several weeks in the hospital and nurs- ing home. When you see Linda and Jim Stavlo, be sure to ask about their recent trip to Australia and New Zealand. Best wishes go out to Barbara and Earle Younts on their 48th wedding anniversary on June 19. Birthday wishes go out to Debbie Thames and Ron Bell, June 15; Randy McKee and Lauren Taylor, June 17; Tom Campbell and Eric Patterson, June 18. Enjoy the drops of rain. Happy Dad's Day to Ron Tom and all you fathers out there reading this column in or out of Mountain City. Some of the special summer dates for Mountain Cityians that you probably don't want to miss (after the windstorm and garage sales) will not be publicized in this column. You'll fred them in the letter from the City that prob- ably arrived in your mailbox on Wednesday. phoned with a bird feeding ques- tion) and saw two Black-crested Titmouse nestlings become fledg- lings as they flew from their nest- box. That's quite an amazing feat to witness. These little ones each hopped up to the nestbox hole and looked around tentatively before taking off on a maiden flight. Some avid birdwatchers have not seen the sight. It happens so sel- dom. Once they fledge, they do not return to the nestbox. Yes! There are folks who live Returning to Father's Day out of Mountain City who read " thoughts. Tami and Ronda this column. On Saturday morn- remember Ron stopping the-car ing I was looking out the window many a time to help a turtle cross while talking on the phone with a the road. Sunday night I was with reader from Leisurewoods who him when he turned around on Kohler's Krossing to assist a Texas Rat Snake. Now, that kind deed came from the influence of Craig & Connie McIntyre whose snake rescue service (no fee) is often mentioned in this column. ("262.2235, That's the number for Snakes Alive") Before coming under their influence, I had the notion "The only good snake is a dead snake." Snakes have a role in the balance of nature. This week my dad who lives in Deep East Texas saw what he said was "one of the most beauti- ful birds I've ever seen." From the description ("bright gold underside and a black upperside accented in white") I knew he had seen what we almost take for' granted in Mountain City -- a male Lesser Goldfinch. We are fortunate to have them year- round. What a delight to watch the goldfinch eating thistle seed while hanging upside down on special finch feeders. With the recent rains, those feeders need to be refreshed and cleaned often. Thistle seed cakes when it gets wet, and it gets moldy. When the old seed is tossed, the feeder can be disinfected with a weak bleach solution (10%). Tidbits are always needed for this column, come rain or shine. Call 268-5678 or e-mail me at backporch @ austin.rr.com. Thank you, Troop 1291 A big thanks to Troop 1291 for adding a flower garden to Hays Hills Baptist Church. From left to right are: Troop Leader Teresa Hayes, Colten Hayes, Emme Goodson, Audrey Housson, Sarah Ferrell, Lauren Hayes, Emily Busslet, and Assistant Troop Leader Christine Ferrell. --from Hays Hills Baptist Church Christian Learning Center yes! That wet stuff that fell last week, was rain, and all the ranchers, farmers and gar- deners gave thanks for the four inches plus that fell in the Uhland community and sur- rounding areas. Notice the change in the attitude and color of the country side. plants and Happy Birthday bal- loons. Preceding the inspiring and informative service, Vickie Schawe, who holds the chil- dren's service, had various peo- ple of different nationality ask in their native tongue, "Do you know what special day this is in serious condition, for Alvin Mczygemba who is home recovering from a fall, Willard Reed who is in rehab recover- ing slowly, Also Terry Crowell who is seriously ill. Congratulations to Hays for the Church?" Three lan- 007 softball team. They played guages asked the question - in the "Memorial Day Round On Sunday Danny and Sharon attended the 35th Wedding Anniversary of Joe and Elaine Schumann in Seguin. Those that attended the June Fest at Trinity United Church enjoyed the entertain- ment, food and fun. Chris Rybak out did himself on the, Jessie Biaker, bride-elect Of 7 l!gV; Spatial i Ildl ;(]lermanI :the Tqurnam t iccordio and alie others, re e aliairt i eien ayrd sr*7 n gilnes' i d v oofl.!:A go d day:for 'of honor at a Bridal "shower in we did not speak the language, all t0 beci me lJii ]i/is all. (Hb'w about that Chicken champions. It's our wish they will earn a place in the national tournament. Ed and Lois Daugherty, grandparents of Brittany Shelley and Raymond and Myrtle Heideman, great- grandparents of Becca Heideman are very proud of these young ladies. Daniel and Sharon Heideman and Raney Moore, accompanied Benny and Carol Schumann and Zack of New Braunfels to Fort Worth to attend the Truck races on Friday night. They report a veiZy good time. dance?) News was just received of the death of Robert (Cotton) Simon of Martindale. Robert had been battling ill health for many years. Sympathy is extended to the family. Weekend 'visitors of Raymond' and Myrtle Heideman were Herbert and Pauline Schwertefeger of Lockhart. Dennis Heideman and daughters of Buda (Kim visited with Grandpa Reid in Austin) and Annie Schulz. The visits are very welcome. we respect others who believe the same as we do. The service was followed by a birthday party - fellowship, birthday cake and coffee and punch was enjoyed. Thanks Pastor and Judy Jakubik, Dwight Schneider (beautiful cake), Margaret Wranizky, Jeanie Collier and Hulda Wisan. The table was covered with a red cloth, centered with a vase of red roses and a white with red cake. the home of Polly Stamps and co-hosted by her daughter, Janice Nelson, on Saturday. Jessie, daughter of Sue King, received many beautiful and useful, gifts. The guests enjoyed the afternoon with friends and relatives. Jessie and Mike will be married in St. John United Church on Sunday June 29. Congratulations and best wish- es. St. John United Church observed Pentecost (birthday of the Christian Church) on Prayers are asked for Wilma Sunday. The church was deco- Schnautz who is hospitalized in rated with beautiful potted St. David's Hosp!tal in Austin 424 N. Loop 4, Buda, Texas 512-312-5252 0~000 Barbara B. Pecuch, GRI, CRS Residence 312-0004 Ann-Marie Pecuch Sheely, Esq. Residence 312-1944 Mike Colonnetta 496-8457 ? : .;,:. Plants & Han 106 Hwy 81 North in Kyle (Pac-N-Sac building) Open 11:00 am - 10:00 pm, 7 Days/Week (512)268-5372 Now accepting