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Page 4C NEIGHBORS DUERR Louis W. Duerr, 81, of Buda, formerly of East Northport, New York passed away Frida] September 3, 2010. He was born on March 25, 1929. Louis graduated from Mulenberg Col- lege in 1942 with a BA. in Business Administration He served in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Trieste, Italy across from Yu-. goslavia during the ColdWar. He worked in the Armored Division with tanks. An honorable discharge was issued to him as a PFC for service from July 1951 until June 1953. Louis was a Sunday school teacher at St. Peters in Huntington, New York and was a Boy Scout Master in East Northport, NewYork. Survivors are his wife, Helen Duerr; son, Alan Duerr; daughter-in-law, Judy Duerr; grandson, Lee Duerr; granddaugh- ter, Toni Duerr and sister-in-law, Mildred Schnopp. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, September 7 at Harrell Funeral Home in Kyle, officiated by Pastor Tim Anderson. Burial was at Onion Creek Memorial Park. MORELAND Diana Lee More- land, 63 of Buda died Monday morning, August 30, 20!0 at home with family after a battle with Al- zheimer's. She is now home with God and her husband, Harry Moreland, St. She was bom January 5, 1927 in Akron, OH. She was an amazir mother ar Diana hey knew she ! She is sl (Christop] Harry (Sat , devoted and loving wife, grandmother to her family, er failed to make sure everyo oved them. trvived by daughter, Lois Ler) Kuhns of Buda and son, ah) Moreland of Toronto; tw( brothers, Carl (Gaff) Atkins and David (Clara) Atidns; sister, Janet Atkins; and eight granflchildren. Husband, Harry, h, parents and a half-sister, Lois Jean Beez preceded her in death. rial service will be announce me. Contributions made to aer's Society would be greatb. d. A memo at a later ti the Alzheh appreciate RAY Capt. TI tired), 84, area, passe 2, 2010. Hi ceded him the United inWofldW VietnamW service. He city of Aust ing after 17 Thomas line Ray of William Ra grandson f (Tim) Wa3n and grand( Ally of Fris Waco and Funeral s September Chapel in full militar Houston 1'4 WIEGAND Joe E. Wil September Texas State h:c,sts Black and Latino ,phywrights conference STAFF REPORT full advantage of the I re- sources we have to offer and Students and profession- plays with as many oppor- als in the dramatic arts will tunities for student involve, gather at Texas State Univer- ment as I can find. Ther e are sity Sept. 13-19 to take part two new plays to begin' and two new gifted, ing young writers opportunities for in the 8th annual Black and Latino Playwrights Confer- ence. After a competitive, na- tion-wide submission pro- cess, Beto O'Byrne's "Into the Pines" and Reginald Ed- mund's "Southbridge" were chosen as this year's fea- observe and sink their into new complex pelling characters." Directed by Ruben C. zalez, "Into the Pines" is omas Wayne Ray, USMC (Re- if Schertz, formerly of the Bu( d away Thursday, September ; parents and three sisters pre in death. He was a veteran of States Marine Corps, serving lr II, the Korean War and the tr. He retired after 23 years o] then went on to work for the in electric department, retir- years. is survived by wife, Jacque- 3chertz; son, Thomas (Tom) , daughter-in-law Karen and arker of Kyle; son, Timothy le Ray, daughter-in-law Kristi aughters Becky, Hannah and :o; brother, Gordon G. Ray of ster, W. Joyce Meyer of Austh e rvices will be held Thursday 9 at Schertz Funeral Home :hertz. 3n Lveside service wit honors following at Fort San tional Cemetery. ,'gand, 89, died Wednesday, i, 2010. He was a long-time Check It Oi Continued from p, way to start entez plans. te Travel books at for many areas. T( quently include ix about scenic poin ing, restaurants, v currency, appropl safety, child activi care, transportati passports. The bo inspire the reader the instructions iJ a bag and making tions immediate[ The library has with ideas and ins about home repair ing and gardening. On Center resident of Jennings, LA. He was born in Uhland on March 19, 1921 and lived in Kyle until 1955. While in high school, he placed first in the Texas state declamation contest. He served with valor during World War II. While in the U.S., he patrolled the beaches of South Texas and also trained war dogs. While serving in the South Pa- cific, his LST was the first ship leading the battle of Okinawa. Upon his return he worked in Kyle for LexWord in many different capacities, . ultimately managing the Ford Implement Company. Mr. Word was an inspiring mentor and his very dear friend.While living in Texas, he was active in many dif- ferent civic organizations and was master of the Kyle Lodge of the Masonic Order. Upon moving to Jennings, LA, he was ' manager of the Jennings Rice Drier for 20 years. Later he was self-employed and owned the Southwest Louisiana Tool and Grinding Company. On his business card was the inscription, "If we meet and you forget me, you have lost nothing, but if you meet Jesus Christ and forget Him, you have lost everything." He will be sadly missed byhis ador- ing wife of 59 years, Dorys Elaine Loewer Wiegand. He is survived by four daugh- ters, Brenda (Barry) W'flUams; Daphne (Mark) Anderson; Melissa (Shannon) Hall; Claire (Joel) James; and eight grand- children. He is preceded in death by his parents, Adolph and Elsa (Hill) Wiegand, sister Ruby Madeline Wiegand and brother Eugene Weigand. Funeral services were held on Saturday, September 4 at the First Baptist Church in Jennings, LA. Burial was in the Live Oak Cemetery in Uhland. Memorials may be made to The Gide- ons International, E O. Box 220, Jennings or First Baptist Church, 1001 CaryAve., Jennings, LA 70546. to finment pictures provide inspiration available pics fie- Lformation ts, lodg- . feather, late dress, :ies and n and Jks can to follow packing reserva- therbooks ructions ;,decorat- Beautiful while texts provide detailed but easy to follow instruc- tions to improve your home and yard. These topics are just samples of the exceptional books the library offers the public. Reading library books can educate as well as entertain the reader explor- ing new horizons. Visit the " Buda Library today. Want to know more? Call us at 295-5899 or email at budali, brary@budalibrary.org. Join the Friends of the Buda Li- braD,: budalibraryfriends@ verizon.net. tured plays. Directed read- ings of"Into the Pines' will take place Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sept. 19 at noon. Directed readings of "South- bridge" will take place Sept. 18 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Eugene Lee, artistic di- rector for the conference and artist in residence in the Texas State Department of Theatre and Dance, said plays are chosen from the selection process as works in progress, showing a lot of quality and promise but still somewhat rough around the edges. "First they're plays need- ing some development. The mission statement for the conference is: 'To study the craft. To nurture the craftsmen. To celebrate the work,'" Lee said. "I look for plays and writers who bring a work ethic that will take story of a son's east Texas home must decide his future while haunted by the past. "Southbridge," by Brent Jennings, place in the late 1800, black man sits in jail scenes from his life play before the audience. It is scribed as a haunting at love, social the effects of choices make. The conference will thermore include talk sessions with guest wrights and panel discussions and presentations. Tickets for the readings are $3. The BI ference is presented by Texas State Theatre and Dance. Continued from P9 1C Okay. Nowwe're :alldng. After some pretty s rious searching, I stumb]ed across something for all tt e grown- up kids to do. It's n)t actually until next month b it if you sign up before the nd of September, you sa . $5, so it's worth mentioni lg this far out. Kyle's first ever "I looked on Fishing" scholm hip bass tournament is hap] ening October 9 at the Ph m Creek Preserve and Natm .' Trail's Lake Kyle. There ar a couple of kickers, though.  ?hey wont let you registc r,on the day of the event, yo ave got to be at least 18 yea s old and possess a valid Texa  Fresh- water Fishing Licen ;e, and they won't let you b ing your dog. But, it's a chari y (all proceeds fund the Kid's Fish- ing Clinic and Derby held in June) and hey, it's fishing in Kyle. ooo Hmmm. Looks like you only have 44 more days to get your adult kickball league registration in for the winter season. The kids are back in school. The pool closed. The last movie in the park was shown on Friday. O@O Yawn. Update your web- sites and then send infor- mation about anything fun happening to "submit an item" under the calendar tab on our website to keep us posted at www.haysfree- press.com. COOP[:]q J Stdg 1 i Suite D J 8u Texas 78610 Fax I M2,295,8181 g We Fi Full Service and Home Networki Come see us at 1567 an on-site Same Day On-Site or Ii ql Network * Virus, Internet & Broadband Computers! 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FM 1626 #2C Buda, TX 78610 Office: (512) 312-1917 * Fax: 312-0688 Email: dvthames@ austin.rr.com Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Your Business & Referrals Are Appreciated I I I Association Board of Trustees would like to invite lot owners, relatives of owners, friends of and those interested in the Kyle Cemetery to a called gathering on Saturday, September 25 at 3 p.m. at the cem- etery. Plans and ideas for the future of the cemetery will be dis- cussed and a contact list will be compiled. Kyle Cemetery Association Jane Kirkham, Mildred Lancaster, Judy Miller, Don Franke, Debbie Lyons, Beth Stock, David Dabelgott i :| i/, II ll|lii|iIl I IIIII00IIII00III| Station