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Page 4C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press • June 30, 2010 OBITUARY II I I HERNANDEZ Sara G. Hemandez, 80, of Kyle passed awayWednesday, June 23, 2010. She was preced- ed in death by her husband, Edward Hemandez; parents, Abel and Dominga Gonzales; sister, Emma Davi]]a. Sara is survived by her companion, Leonardo Rivera; son, Edward L. Hemandez and wee, Gracie; daughter, Yvonne Constant; step-danghter, Yvonne Constant and hus- band, Martin; seven grandchil- dren; ten great-grandchildren; brother, Hector Gonzales and wee, Connie; sisters, Virginia Ott, Ginnie Davis; and numer- ous nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Monday, ]une 28, at Weed- Codey-Fish Chapel. Inter- ment followed at Assumption Cemetery. MCCARLEY The precious life of Lucille Osgood McCarley is honored with her passing on Monda June 21, 2010. Our dearest mother has joined our father William L. McCarley, It. who passed away on January 9, 2000; her grandson, Matthew Royce McCarley who she cared for daily and went to Heaven on June 5, 1984; and our be- loved brother, Gary Brant Mc- Carley who died not quite one year ago on August 27, 2009. Lucille Osgood McCarley was bom on December 11, 1928 in San Marcos, Texas to Samuel and Salvatrice Osgood, the sixth of seven children. She grew up in San Marcos and also near Uhland on the Osgood family property. She attended and graduated from San Marcos Baptist Acad- emy, but remained a Catholic instilling that faith in her children. She married William L. McCarley, Jr. of Dallas and then moved to Austin in 1950. She leaves behind a loving legacy and the memory of her sion for life. She was also own for her love of roses, flamingos, the color pink and her red lipstick She worked as a homemaker most of her life, worked as a secretary for the Austin State Hospital and later at Dillard's. She also helped her husband with his own business, Bill's Auto Service in the old Alamo Hotel Garage, then later on 6 t Street next to the Roy Butler dealership in Austin. Lucille McCarley had five children herself: Sherry McCarleyWyatt, Carole Jean McCarley, Linda McCarley Lackey, Royce Craig McCarley - all surviving; and our late brother, Gary Brant McCarley. She is also preceded in death by her three brothers, Charles Osgood, Samuel Osgood, and George Osgood; and her sister, Iosephine Osgood Ban- nister. She is also survived by her brother, ]ohn Kenneth Osgood and her sister, Han- nah OsgoodWilliams; son-in- law, Darrel Dewayne Wyatt; daughter-in-law, Carlene Riedel McCarley; grandsons, William Curtis Wyatt and Torin Brant McCarley; great grandchildren, Cherish Des- tinyWyatt, Taylor McKenzie Wyatt and Dusty Ryan Wyatt; her step-grandchildren, BeckyWyatt Johnson and her husband, Jim Ed ]ohnson, and two children, Hlee and Hadley; and DewannaWyatt Meares, and her husband Greg Meares, and two chil- dren, Kristen and Kylee; and her many nieces and neph- ews who all loved their 'Aunt Lucille". Our mother lived her life for her family through hard times and fun and prosper- ous times. She will leave a void in our lives, but she will also leave us filled with many memories and the love she so generously gave us. After her seven year battle with cancer, our hope and prayers are that our mother will have no more worry or pain in Heaven as our dear Lord's promise to her is fulfilled. Odds & Ends Continued from pg. 1C away last week and was buried in the family lot in the Uhland Live Oak Cemetery. Luciile was born and raised in the Uhland community and attended the CarlWiegand School in Uhland. Whili  writing this I remem- ber a 4"' of July camp out, sixty-five years ago. Our son, Daniel was almost a month old and we loaded his cradle, army cots, pots and pans, food, etc. into the rumble seat of our Model A and headed to what was than the Halifax Ranch and found a beautiful camping place next to the Blanco River. Also going on the outing were Robert and Lena Franke and their daughters Bobby Jean and Lois, and Louis and W'llma Schnautz and son Kenneth. While the adults set up camp, the kids went perch fishing for bait to put out the "trot lines." All had a wonderful time until night fell when a hor- rible screeching sound echoed from the hill across the river. Uncle Robert kept the camp- fire going all night to protect Daniel from what we believed to be a mountain lion. Despite the fright, all had a good time and the fish were delicious. As Archie said, "Those were the days!" $100.00 REBATE! $200.00 REBATE! : $300.00 REBATE[ i:, ExC !2 21 10 I SENIOR BULLETINS The Hays Free Press is dedicating a special section of the Bulletin Board to Senior Citizens. If you have any organizations or events • for this section, please small to news@haysfreapress.com or San- dra@haysfreepress.com or mail to The Free Press, R O. Box 339, Buda, 78610. THURSDAY, JULY 1 • Onion Creek Senior Citizens, Buda, 9 a.m., Directors meeting, lunch noon. Menu: hot dogs M(. DAY, JULY 5 • Buda/Kyle VFW Open House, 9-11 a.m., Front St., Kyle TUESlDAY, JULY 6 • Kyle Area Senior Zone, 9:30 a.m., Old Kyle City Hail, Lunch at noon • Game Night, 6 p.m., Onion Creek Senior Citizens Center, Buda, Cost $2 (Ginny 295-3015) THURSDAY, JULY 8 • Onion Creek Senior Citizens, Buda, 9 a.m., lunch at noon. Menu: Salad w/Chicken Stdps THESBAY, JULY 13 • Kyle Area Senior Zone, 9:30 a.m., Old Kyle City Hall, Lunch at noon 11MBAY, JULY 15 • Onion Creek Senior Citizens, Buda, 9 a.m., lunch noon. Menu: sandwiches; ice cream sundae MONDAYS • Shingles vaccine is available at the Hays County Health Dept. If your health insurance will not pay for the vaccine, than you will be eligible. Call the Health Dept. at 393-5520 and tell them you are going to the Kyle Health Dept., so that the staff will bnng plenty of the vaccine with them. No appointment is necessary. Cost is $50. The Kyle Health Dept. is open on Mondays I to 6 p.m. and Tuesdays I to 4 p.m. RRST TUESDAY • Games of Canasta and 42, On- ion Creek Senior Citizens Center, Buda, 6 p.m. Cost $2. (295-4422) SECOND MONDAY • Kyle Quilters meet on the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Kyle Community Library, 409 W. Blanco St. SECOND TUESDM • First Baptist Chumh in Kyle has a senior luncheon at noon on the second Tuesday of each month. Open to all seniors in the Kyle area. EVERY TUESDAY • Quilting at Onion Creek Senior Citizens in Buda from 9:30 aom. until noon. For information call Unda, 295-5726. EVERY WEDNESDAY • Duplicate Bridge, Onion Creek Senior Citizens Center, Buda, 11:30 (Call Donna 288-4672) THURSDM • The Onion Creek Senior Citizens in Buda are inviting all local seniors to stop by for lunch and socializing every Thursday at the Center on FM 2770 and Barton's Crossing (behind the JP's office). Doors open at 9 a.m. for games and visit- ing. Lunch is served at noon. (Cost $4) For information call Sandra at 468-4451 or on Thursday call the center at 295-3413. THIRD THURSDAY • National Active and Retired Fed- eral Employees Association meet at 10 a.m. at the South Austin Senior Center, 3911 Manchaca Rd, Austin EVERY WEEK DAY • Kyle Meals on Wheals is meet- ing at the Old Police Station at 103 S. Front St. Table games start at 9:30 a.m. each day with meals served at 11:30 a.m. Thompson-Coe andy and Sherml Coe, Kyle, are pleased to nounce the en- gagement and approaching marriage of their son, Justin Coe, to Lindsey Thompson of Tulsa, OK. Lindsey is a graduate of Cascia Hall Prepara- tory School-Tulsa in 2001, University of Oklahoma in 2005 with B.S. in Business Administration and Louisiana State University in 2006 with 'M.S. in Accounting. She is currently working as a Project Accountant at Hines Interests, LP in Houston. Justin graduated from Hays High School in 2001, Texas State University-San Marcos in 2005 with B.S. in Business Administration and in 2006 with Masters of Accountancy. He is currently working as a Senior in the Assurance Services Practice of Ernst & Young, LLP in Houston, Texas. Justin proposed to Lindsey overlooking beautiful Cougar Canyon in Bandera, Texas in September 2009. They currently reside in Houston with their new golden retriever puppy, Cooper, and will be joined in marriage at Vintage ViUas-Lake Travis on Septem- ber 25, 2010. J Jayden Lee Rapier .| Weighing 6 lbs., 1.8 oz. # and measuring 18.5 inches ' Jayden Lee Rapier made his debut at l:46 a.m., May18,  # 2010 at Keesler AFB Hospital, Biloxi, MS. Jayden is the son  j of Kevin Lee and Heather Ann Rapier of Gulfport, MS; ,, _, also, the grandson of Jimmy and Darla Denton Rapier of . Austin and LaDorma and Mike Kozloski of Saucier, MS;  ,- " great-grandson of Alvin and the late Margie Roach Denton ,. of Austin, and Barbara Flewellen and the late Donald '.;*, Wadsley of Gulfport, MS; and great-great-grandson of t._ the late Claude and Arlie Mae Johnson Roach, of Austin. "  • ’ - • .... THURSDAY, JULY 1 • Town Hall Meeting with Kyle Councilmember Russ Huebner, 6 p.m., Learning Center, Seton Medical Center Hays • "First Thursday" downtown Buda, featuring Show & Shine Classic Car Show, 6 p.m. • "The Birth of Freedom" 7 p.m., Hays Hills Baptist Chumh, FM 1626, Buds • Creedmoor Community Center Friends Association, 7 p.m., at Community Center FRIDAY, JULY 2 • Free Movie "Fly Me to the Moon," 9 p.m., Buda City Park COMMUNITY BULLETINS SATURDAY, JULY 3 • Kyle Market Day • Wimbedey Market Day SUNDAY, JULY 4 • Independence Day • Brew-B-Que, 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Buda City Park • Fled, White 'N Buda Fireworks, 9:30 p.m., Buda • Fireworks, 9:30 p.m., Gregg- Clarke Park, Kyle MONDAY, JULY 5 • City, County, Federal offices closed in observance of Indepen- dence Day • Buda/Kyle VFW Open House, 9-11 a.m., Front St., Kyle (old Police Station). Stop by to learn what the VFW has to offer.' Stay for refreshments and let our vats know how much you appreciate them. MONDAY-FRIDAY, JULY 19-23 • Vacation Bible School, Jour- ney United Methodist Church, 9 a.m.-noon (info: 512-644-5112 or 405-3535) TUESDAY, JULY 6 • TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensi- bly), 10 a.m., Buda Library (Martha 295-2774) • Game Night, 6 p.m., Onion Creek Senior Citizens, Buda, Cost $2. (Ginny 295-3015) SATURDAY, JULY 10 • Artists of the South Corridor, 10 a.m., Hobby Lobby, S. Park Meadows (Joellen 282-1875) TUESDAY, JULY 13 • TOPS flake Off Pounds Sensibly) 10 a.m., Buda Ubrsry (Martha 295-2774) ONGOING • Local VFW Post 12058 is look- ing for sponsors for the Kyle/Buda VFW. Contributions can be sent to R O. Box 2725, Kyle 78640. For information call Sly at 268-VETS J., ’! 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