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nllill= m ~ ...... Page 4C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press • August 4, 2010 BLUDW0ffm H.Wallace (Wally) Bludworth, 86, of Kyie, died Saturday, July 31, 2010 at Seton Medical Center Hays due to complications resull~ag from a fall. He was born February 26, 1924 in Kings~e, TX to HenryW. and Ruth Craig Bind- worth. Following his freshman year at AM University in Kingsville, he entered the U.S. ArmyAir Corps and became a B-24 pilot. He flew 35 missions over Germany, being shot down once, losing an engine more than once and sustaining damage to his airplane repeatedly, After his discharge he atteaded the University of Texas in Austin, graduat- ing in 1948 with a degree in chemical engineering. His career was spent primarily in the oil and gas industry. Although he received nurmrous military medals and citation~ he was most gratified to learn in ]amary, 2009 that, unbeknownst to tim, he had been awarded the Distitguished Flying Cross on December 1 1945. Its receipt and accompanying lublicity were highlights of his life. Since moving to Kyle five'ears ago, he was very active in civic all senior activities. His parents, brother, Richrd P Bludworth; sister, Ann Bludrorth Owen and his son Rick pmdceased him. Wife, Noflene Razak Bkiworth; sons Kerry and Ken of Lake ~ary, FL; daughter, RosalieWright of 1reimar, CA; three granddaughters; tee grand- son and two great-grandsos survive him, He will be interred in th/amily plot in Chamberlain Cemetery;ingsville, TX at a later date. A memorial obser- vance is pending. CHLAPEK Sandra"Sandy" ChlapeE 53, of Kyle died Monday, July 26, 2010. She was born September 1, 1956. She is survived by partner Wdliam "Ross" Schmidt. Funeral services were held Friday, ]uly 30, at Cook-Walden/Capi- tal Parks followed by burial at Cook- Walden/Capital Parks Cemetery. William (Bill) August Ehrlich, 81, peacefully said goodbye to this world and joined his Lord and Savior in Heaven on Tuesday, July 27, 2010. He was born January 1, 1929 in Colton, TX. He married his love Leola W~nberly on March 17, 1951 and they spent 52 amazing years together. Bill served his family and country proudly as an Army Sergeant in the Korean War. He then spent most of his life in the refrigeration bus'mess and as an active member of his church. In his later years, he enjoyed working for Harrell Funeral Home and then retired to Emeritus (Redwood Springs) in San Marcos, where he truly enjoyed his friends and loving caregivers and giv- ing everyone a hard time. They were a bright light in his life! He is preceded in death by his wife, Leola Elariich; son, Steven Ehrlich; grandson, Cody Slaughter, parents, William Ehdich and Frieda Stolle; brothers, Ervin Ehrllch, Harold Gene Ehrlich and Robert Ehrlich. He is survived by his daughters, Sheri Mack and husband, Donald, Sandy Slaughter and husband Russell; sister Charlene Olsen; grandchildren, Tiffany Deutsch and husband Paul, Shelly Plumley and husband Michael, Steven Lee Ehrlich, Dusty Mack and Ryan Slaughter and great gland- children, Jackson, Dylan and Dayne Deutsch and Kaiflyn and Clayton Plumley and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held on July 30 at Harrell Funeral Home in Kyte, with final resting place beside his beloved Leola at Forest Oaks Memorial Park in Austin. ME Doris S. Munselle, 77, passed away peacefully surrounded by her faro- fly on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 in Kingsland, Texas after a courageous battle with leuke- mia. She was bom in Ben Wheeler, Texas to Ben and Bessie Shackel- ford onAugust 4,, 1932. She is survived by one daughter, Barbara Ormand and husband Bill (also Marie Ormand, Bill's mother] of Buda; grandsons Brad of Los Angeles, CA, Blake and wife Mon- na of Manchaca and Brent and finance Melissa Yarbrough of Austin. Special friend and "grandson" Josh Searle of Austin. One son, Steve Munselle and wife Julie of Austin, grandsons Steven of Austin, Eric and wife Rebecca of South Carolina (U.S. Navy) and grand- daughter April of Austin. Also surviving are two brothers, Joe Shackelford of Bertram, M and wife Jan of Austin and one sister, Wanda Kramer and hus- band Leonard of Kingsland along with numerous other family members and friends. Doris worked at MontgomeryWard as Personnel Director for many years and later worked for the Hays CISD. She loved working with the staff and studentts. She loved to read, cook, en- joyed helping others and dearly loved her family, Doris was a fun-loving, devoted "Mimi" to her grandchildren. The family would like to thank Wanda Kramer, her sister, for the daily visits and care and all the many things she did for Doris, her beloved sister, throughout this whole 3-year illness. We would like to thank Northwood Health Care Center and the caring staff at Kingsland Hills Care Center. A memorial service to remember and celebrate the life of Doris will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2010 at 1 p.m. at the Driftwood Community Center on FM 150, behind the Drift- wood Methodist Church.All who knew Doris are welcome. Richard Hafle~ 65, of Niederwald, formerly of Wimberley, died Monday, August 2, 2010, He was a carpenter by trade. Richard is survived by wife Ginger. Services are pending with Superior. HERIO/t Z Jaelynn Kinsley Hemandez, of Buda, age two months, passed from this life on Monday, July 26, 2010. Jaelyrm was born May 27, 2010 in San Marcos to Genam and Melanie Hernandez. Jaelynn is survived by parents, Genam and Melanie Hernandez of Buda, sister, Ajaya Kayden Hernandez; grandparents, William and Michelle Scott of Kyte, Araceli Loya and Sergio Loya ofLasVegas, NV and Luz Maria Hernandez and Genaro B. Hernandez of Austin; aunts Naomi Scott of Kyle, Mariah Loya and Esmeralda Loya of Las Vegas, Rosa Hemandez and Maria Hernandez of Temple, Luisa Hernan- dez, Beatrice Hernandez, Cynthia Her- nandez and Tina Muniz and Genaro Hernandez, Jr. of Austin. Funeral services were held July 31 at the San Marcos Community Church in San Marcos with interment at the San Marcos City Cemetery. Bruce Wayne Sanders, 68, of Onion Creek, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, July 28, 2010. Wayne was preceded in death by his parents, Russell Lee Sanders and Jewel Harbin Sanders and brothers Russell Sanders and Doug Sanders.Wayne is survived by his beloved wife Cathy; children, Michael Sanders, Madelyn Uresti, Melanie Sanders and Holy May, He also leaves behind fifteen grand- children, four nieces, two nephews and the mother of his children and her husband, Nora and Nelson Roberts. Wayne grew up in Corpus Christi and was a"boy of the sea." He gradu- ated from Ray High School where he was a star athlete, excelling in football, basketball and his great love, baseball. Wayne went on to Texas A&M on a baseball scholarship, but suffered a career-ending injury.. He went on to graduate from the University of Texas in Austin with a degree in accounting. He went on to become Supervisor of the Accounting Department at UT. Wayne continued his baseball career by coaching Oak Hill Pony League and theWoodlawn Baptist Church softball tearn. He was always happy to "rise to the occasion" of leadership. He served as president of the Oak Park Neigh- borhood Association and Oak Hill Neighborhood Association. He served as treasurer and president of the Onion Creek Homeowners Association and was active in Woodlawn Baptist Church. A celebration of Wayne's life was held July 31 atWoodlawn Baptist Church with interment following at Forest Oaks Memorial Park. The family has requested donations be made to the American Kidney Assodation. + INITY BUI THURSDAY, AUGUST 5 • Grand opening, Arveda Alzheimer's Family Care, 5 p.m., 645 RM 967, Buda • =First Thursday" downtCn Buda, 6-9 p.m. • Creedmoor Communit3;ent~r Friends Association, 7 Pi" at community center SATURDAY, AUGUSt 7 • Kyle Market Day • Wlmbedey Market Day MONDAY,AUGUST 9 • Appreciation dinner for Buda Lions Club, 6:30 p.m., Onion Creek'Senior Citizens Center WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11 • Buda Area Chamber of Com- merce meeting, noon, Good Shepherd Ministries, 401 RM 967 FRIDAY, AUGUST 13 • Dedication of Public Works Building, Kyle, 6:30 p.m. • Movie "Imagine That" 8:45 p.m., Gregg-Clarke Park, Kyle SATURDAY, AUGUST 14 • Artists of the South Corridor, 10 a.m., Hobby Lobby, South Park Meadows ONGOING • Local VF-3N Post1205;8 is looking for sponsors for the Ky,le./Buda VFW. Contributions cmn be sent to R O. Box 2725, Kyle 78640. For information call Sly at 268-VETS. 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 email to news@haysfreepress.com or San- dra@haysfreeprees.com or mail to The Free Press, R O. Box 339, Buda, 78610. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5 • Onion Creek Senior Citizens, Buda, 9 a.m., Director's Meeting, lunch at noon TUESDAY, AUGUST 10 • Kyle Area Senior Zone, 9:30 a.m., Old Kyle City Hall. Lunch at noon THURSDAY, AUGUST12 • Onion Creek Senior Citizens, Dude, 9 a.m., noon lunch, menu: King Ranch .Chicken SATURDAY, AUGUST 21 • Rummage Sale, 7:30 a.m., On- ion Creek Senior Citizens Center, Buda your health insurance will not pay for the vaccine, then 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 bring 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. FIRST TUESDAY • Games of canasta and 42, On- ion Creek Senior Citizens Center, Buda, 6 p.m. Cost $2. (295-3015) SECOND MONDAY Linda, 295-5726. EVERY WEDNESDAY • Duplicate Bridge, Onfion Creek Senior Citizens Ceoter,, Buda, 11:30 (Call Donna 268-4672) EVERY THURSDAY • The Onion Creek Sernior Citi- zens in Buda are invitimg all local seniors to stop by for Ilunch and socializing every Thursday at the Center on FM 2770 an=d Barton's Crossing (behind the JIP's office). Doors open at 9 a.m. for games and visiting. Lunch is served at noon. (Cost $4) For infformation call Sandra at 468-4451 or on • Kyle Quilters meet on the Thursday call the center at 295- second Monday of each month at 3413. 6:30 p.m. at the Historic Kyle City Hall, 101 S. Burleson THIRD THURSDAY • National Active and IRetired SECOND TUESDAY Federal Employees As;sociation • First Baptist Chumh in Kyle has meet at 10 a.m. at the South Aus- a senior luncheon at noon on the tin Senior Center, 391 "1 Manchaca second Tuesday of each month. Rd, Austin Open to all seniors in the Kyle area. EVERY WEEK DAY • Kyle Meals on Wheels is meet- EVERY TUESDAY ing at the Old Police Station at MONDAYS • Quilting at Onion Creek Senior 103 S. Front St. Table games start • Shingles vaccine is available at Citizens in Buda from 9:30 a.m. at 9:30 a.m. each day with meals the Hays County Health Dept. If until noon. For information call served at 11 "30 a.m. On Center Continued from pg. 1C And, on a very cool note at the other end of the block, it seems our illustri- ous Bordeaux's received a coveted 100 percent rating from the County Health Department's annual in- spection last week. Perfect scores are extremely rare but it doesn't surprise me. The place is stellar, from the management, to the wizards in the kitchen, to the charming and oblig- ing wait staff. Congrats Larsen and Kasey, Thanks for sticking it out with us. I know that it was kind of dicey there for a while. You really make downtown come alive after dark. Continued from pg. 1C for clothing. Do you vaguely remember that a princess broke a spell that bound her 11 brothers in bodies of swans byweaving 11 jackets of nettle in silence? Open your Hans Christian Anderson fairy tales and mm to"TheWild Swans." Companies in The Neth- erlands, Germany and Italy make nettle dothing. Nettle is a sustainable crop that requires little water and no pesticides. And, nettle attracts knock- down gorgeous butterflies in Europe. Here in Mountain City, swarms of beauliful butter- flies feed on my Frog Fruit. Painted Buntings on a feeder at my kitchen window knock me down to my elbows for dose looks at their beauty from a sink of dishwater. Soon, they'll be on their way to south of the USA. See anything interesling from your kitchen win- dow? Please send tidbits to ptom567~ail.com or call Odds & Ends Continued from pg. 1C Welcome to K & JWood- works, who have moved to Uhland. According to the Uhland Star, there will be an open house on Friday evening, August 13, begin- ning at 7:30 p.m. for tours and fireworks at 9 p.m. Come out and greet this new business. It is located on Old Spanish Trail and FM 2720. There are also other busi- nesses such as BenTon, Five Star Concrete, Thompson Supply, Nona's Car6 & Grill, Sun Country Orchard, Reid's Nursery, Gordon's Equip- ment, Elias's Treasure Shop, Jim Roach Welding Shop, Hwy. 21 Septic Service, Club 21 and a yard maintenance company. All of these busi- nesses are ready to serve you. They are located in vari- ous locations in Uhland: At one time Uhland had three grocery stores, two black smith shops, two salons, a bowling alley, a high school and elementary school, two churches (still does), cotton gin, grain elevator, lumber company and an automobile service station. Hopefully some of these businesses will return. St. John Lutheran Church Women's Guild will meet at the church rec center on Sat- urday, Aug. 7 at noon. Bring a covered dish or dessert and enjoy lunch. Plans are in the making for the Harvest Festi- val to be held at the commu- nity center on (note the date change) Oct. 23. Turkey and dressing dinner will be served and there will be a country store, bake sale, cakewalk and games for the youngsters. Ya'll come. The Men's Fellowship of the St. John Lutheran Church will meet Aug. 14 at the rec center for breakfast at 9:00 a.m., maybe some chores to follow, if not, they always enjoy the breakfast and fellowship. Marshall and Diana Fuchs of Houston spent the week- end on the "farm" and also visited with mother Caroline Fuchs. They, along with Aunt Gladys Sorrells, enjoyed eat- ing out for lunch on Saturday. Visiting with Raymond and Myrtle Heideman during last week were Terry Kleen, Dab- hie and Cooper Moore, Tracie and Logan Crowell, Clarence Heideman and Daniel Heide- man. FOUNTAIN SPECIAL: 99’Hot Dogs [ F every Friday [ 'nt s p.,,. M. - s,,t 203 Railroad St. • Buda Pharmacy 312-2111 • Fountain 312-2172 Fountain Hours: Mon-Sat, 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Sun, 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Pharmacy Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Providing compassionate, high quality medicine and surgery for dogs and cats. 4" Open Mon-Fri, 7am-6pm Saturday, 9am-5pm Closed Wed & Sun Call (512) Z68-PETS for an appointment today www.PlumCreekVet.com Located at 4100 Everett, Ste 100, next to the Performing Arts Center in Kyle Since 1979 Leaking? 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