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+ + Page 2C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press August 2, 2017 LEWIS Samuel Brown Lewis Jr. was born on July 29, 1921 in Alms, OK to Samuel Brown Lewis Sr. and Gladys (Minnie) Lewis. He was preceded in death by the love of his life, his wife, Lorraine (Glass) Lewis. He is sur- vived by four daughters, Karen (Mike) of Maryville, TN, Diane Clay of Austin, TX, Jill (Mike) Harvey of l_ampe, Me, andWanda Cox of Round Rock, TX; brother, Jerry C. Lewis of McKiimey, TX; nine grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Sam graduated from Texas ASaM University in 1943 with a degree in Architec- ture. He was a decorated WWII veteran, serving in Germany as an officer in the 69th Infantry Divi- sion. Sam and Lorraine raised their family in Dallas, Texas where he continued his career as an architect. They lived in Houston from 1973-1989 where Sam worked for S. I. P. Engineering. After retirement, they relocated to Central Texas, living for a short time in W]mber- ley and later spending 13 years in Lockhart. Sam spent much of this time chronicling three volumes of his experi- ences of growing up in Texas, his experiences in WWII, and his and Lor- raine's lives together since then. Sam was responsible for creating the memo- rial to the link-up of the American and the Russian allies on the Elbe River in Strehla, Germany. The event occurred on April 25, 1945 and marked the beginning of the end of WWI. Sam designed the "Three Peoples Flagpole" and raised the funds to have it constructed on the site in Strehla. He and Lorraine travelled to Germany in April, 1995 and participated in the dedication ceremony to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the event. Sam also chronicled his jottmey of the creation of the memorial in"The Making of the Memorial" which appeared in several installments of the Kyle Eagle newspaper in 1990. The family would like to extend thanks to the staff at Regents Care Center in San Marcos. SCHUBERT David Alfred Schubert passed away on July 25, 2017 at the age of 89 from complications result- ing from a fall. He was a lifelong resident of Niederwald, Texas where he was born on April 22, 1928. David lived a peace- ful country life with his wife of 67 years, Adeline Duesterheft Schubert. He was a quiet man with a wry wit. He found humor in most everything and you never quite knew what practical joke or funny story was hidden behind his sly smile. He loved deer hunting and fishing, and spent tireless hours outdoors in search of the big buck or fish. David spent his early years roaming the fields near his home and work- ing on the family farm. He graduated from Uhland High School and attended Texas Lutheran College for a period of time. On the day of his high school graduation David met his sweetheart, Adeline who he married on October 30, 1949. David held several jobs in his rural community before he was drafted into the army where he served for two years. In 1955 he began work as a clerk at Austin National Bank (cur- rently Bank of America). He became involved with the first computer operations at the bank and through his hard work and dedication, eventu- ally rose to Vice President of Data Processing before retiring in 1989. After retirement David and Ade- line raised cattle and had a huge garden on their small ranch in Niederwald and spent time fishing on the Texas coast. He contin- ued deer hunting until he was 87. He served on the boards of the local church, farmers cooperative, and water supply company and was active In City of Niederwald civic activities. In addition to his lov- ing wife Adeline, David is survived by his wonderful daughters Vickie Schubert and Sandra Schubert Mercer and her husband Bob, his granddaughter Amy Mercer and her three children Anthony, Savannah, and Ethan. He is also survived by his brother Daniel Schubert, his brother- and sister- In-law Ronnie and Betty Duesterheft, and numer- ous nieces, nephews, and cousins. David was preceded in death by his parents. Services were held Friday, July 28 at McCurdy Funeral Home followed by burial at Memory Lawn Memorial Park in Martin- dale, Texas. Visitation was held on Thursday, July 27. The family would like to extend thanks to the office of Dr. Charles Lau- rence, the staff at Chisolm Trail Nursing and Rehab Center, and St. David's South Austin Hospital. + COMMUNITY BRIEFS Hays County The Hays County Local Health Department and Live Oak Health Partners Community Clinic are holding a week-long vaccination fair August 7-11 for all children 18 years and younger who need vaccinations. The vaccines will be free for children who qualify. On Monday, August 7, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. there will be free games, prizes and free food as well as a fire truck and SWAT vehicle at Anita Reye Park next to the clinic at 401 E. Broadway St., San Marcos. Children from surrounding counties are welcome as well as residents of Hays County. Vaccinations will be available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. August 7-11 at the clinic. Mt. City Montage Continued from pg. 1C evidence attributing the Teresa's bat pups were infestation to the two fox gone the next morning. who hang out under her The fox pups are still deck. "Rabies ,, a prob- hanging around. lem; fleas = ugh!" This columnist calls TrishWells suggested, for keeping tidbits com- "Put ole fashioned 20 ing. Email ptom5678@ mule team borax on your gmail.com (subject: TID- ,carpets overnight. It's a BIT) or leave a message great deodorizer and fleas at 512-268-5678. eat it and die. Worked for Thanks! Love to you, me for 30 years." Pauline Summer Heat Continued from pg. 1C FOR THE BIRDS IN THE can feed on the ground, HEAT OF SUMMER and if a cat appears or a hawk swoops down, 1. Water: Set up a they'll have somewhere birdbath in your garden, to retreat. Keep it topped up every 5. Native landscapes: day, and clean once a week. Keep the area Our native birds grew up with native berries, nearby clear, so that and they are the best predatory cats have form of nourishment. nowhere to hide. Keep this in mind when 2. Food: Help our feathered friends survive shopping for plants. with good quality seeds. Sunflowers, salvias, Buy in bulk from feed yaupon holly, possum stores to save money, haw holly, agarita, 3. Hummingbirds: coral berry, American Mix 4 parts water to 1 beautyberry and Turks part sugar and place in caps are all good choices. a feeder, and enjoy the (More details at www. magic of the visiting travisaudubon.org) hummers. 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