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September 11, 2003 People & Events Page 7 The Free Press nly 85 days until Budafest 2003. Have you signed up for booth space for the 24th annual event? For information call Eileen Conley at 512-694-3413. All you folks on Robert Holt's donut delivery list missed your treat last week because he was in the hospital for hernia surgery. Holt Grey White remains in South Austin Hospital. He is doing well after surgery and should be home very soon. He must eat six meals a day, since he can only have small portions; however, he can have almost anything that he wants. Jim Herrmann, of Mountain City, is in the hospital also, with came home on Saturday and is clots in his lungs. He is doing much doing very well. better and should be home again today or tomorrow. He sure scared Assistant City Administrator his wife Karen, the Wallace Middle School nurse and "better not do that again." So nice to see the sparkle back in Pearl Doherty as she is doing much better and getting around very well now. Birthday wishes go out to Katherine Bailey, Sept 12; Lannette Lowden and 4-year-old Lee Balboa, Sept. 14; Candace Blake and Burl Purvis, Sept. 15; Deborah lake and Sarah Duke, Sept. 17. i@li1/ii!ttiiiill!i!}iiiliii!iiiliIiiiif!f! c!i!lii!!iiiiiiiiiii ii iiiiiFi }i-ii ii i iiii iiiYii !HI :  :::.:: :-. ., ,, .': :: :::::::::::::::::::::::: at a natural anti-depres- nt these Eastern Bluebirds are! 'Bluebirds exude peace, joy and HOPE! It can't be explained, but you'll understand when you see a birdbath full of the red, white and (awesome) blue birds. That's the sight I've enjoyed in my backyard this week. Seeing a dozen or so splish- splashing on Sunday brought hope that bluebird families will winter right here in Mountain City. Over the past three years, as an effort has been underway to add more bluebird nestboxes in this area, bluebirds have been seen here and there just out from the city during the winter months. Now, they've discov- ered the food, shelter and water that's available here. Bluebirds live in large fami- ly groups during winter months, sometimes with several families together. In this area of the country, they do not "migrate." Rather, they find a spot close to their nesting area where they have the necessities of life. The oak trees here provide the shel- ter; insects are available almost all year long (provided they've not eliminated in non-natural ways); and, birdbaths will pro- vide a constant source of water. If you vcant toolace a blue- bird nestbox in your yard, con- tact me and I can get you in on the deal that Texas Bluebird Society offers in select areas at certain times - a free nestbox with a membership. (Since I'm president of the organization, it's always available here.) Household memberships are $15. A nestbox is no guarantee of nesting bluebirds, but you sure won't have them nest without one. They require a cavity in order to raise their young, and there are fw, if any, appropriate natural cavities in Mountain City. A nestbox might attract other wonderful small cavity-nesting birds such as wren s , titmice and chickadees. House Sparrows should be prevented from suc- cessful nestings because of the damage they bring to our native songbirds. In their competition for nesting space (and they don't need a cavity to nest as you know if you've seen them in Wal-Mart signs), they enter nestboxes and destroy eggs, nestlings and even any trapped adult. Species that nested north- ward are coming through now during fall migration. Look on the ground, in the birdbaths, in the trees, and up in the air. This past week, the JoAnn and John Keller will cel- ebrate their 51 st wedding anniver- sary on Sept. 12. Congratulations to a great couple who are so very willing to give of their time and tal- ents to helping others in our com- munity. Have you noticed that an old building on North Main Street is currently being tom down? Watch for something new to soon be built on the comer and to be the home of a Buda official. Mclntyres saw Yellow Warblers, Canada Warblers and Baltimore Orioles. One of our seven bird- baths attracted seven Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday. Listen for their beautiful song. Look in the air for migrating raptors, primarily hawks. The flight path near here for most raptors is about an hour's drive east, out towards Bastrop. Look all around for scorpi- ons.., anywhere and every- where. Nancy Waddell was all set for a relaxing bath.., this scene might have included can- dlelight and soft music.., when she saw that a scorpion had climbed into the bubbles ahead of her. Now, who has a Tidbit of the Week to top that one?! Send them on, please! 268-5678 or i i:!::ii:: :: :f ::  :: :: i !:: :::::: :: :::: ::i :::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::# i::i ll is in the air and it feels so odd. Cotton harvest is in full swing and the harvest is one of the best I have seen in many years (that's quite a few). Along FM 2720 near Lockhart, one of the farms had sixteen modules scattered in the field and I under- stand each module contains ten- evew(unginned bales) of cot- tTl'165bW the farmers are th- fut. All the sick seem to be recov- ering, including Alfred Haberer who had eye surgery and had a difficult time for awhile. Glad to hear all is well with John Burke who had minor surgery on his leg. Sympathy is extended to the family of Mrs. Charlie LaCaze. Mrs. LaCaze passed away Saturday after a lengthy illness. Also to her daughter, Shirley whose husband passed away on Saturday. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. The Womens Guild of St. John United Church of Uhland is busy with organizing the Annual Harvest Festival to be held Oct. 11 at the Uhland Community Center. There will be a raffle and if you wish to contribute a prize please contact Barbara Hanna at 398-6532 or Myrtle Heideman at 398-3800. A classic Car Show will also be held. If you have a classic car or know of someone who does and would like to take part, contact Danny Kleen at 295-4592. Of course, the regular Mexican supper, country store with various homemade baked goods, etc. will be there, as well as various booths for the chil- Joining the many relatives and friends of Frank and Dorrthy Schulle of Lockhart, to wish them well on their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, were Raymond and Myrtle Heideman. The event was held in the American Legion Hall in Lockhart. Visiting, remi- niscing, good food, delicious cake were enjoyed; while the Seven Dutchmen of New Braunfels provided music thoughout the afternoon. Weekend visitor of Hulda Wisian was her daughter, Shirley Groves of Midland. They enjoyed going shopping at Garden Ridge. Coming to visit Opa and Oma Heideman on Friday was Logan Crowell. He was accom- panied by his parents, Don and J Oa200 Edm,00 "Your Oasis Away" Men's:Special Wednesdays, 7:30-9:30 a.m. Haircuts and Sports Manicures OPEN: Tuesday-Friday, . 7:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.; and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. FACIALS MASSAGE PEDICURES MANICURES COLOR NAILS WAXING TANNING HAIR HAIR REMOVAL Tracie Crowell. On Sunday, the Crowells visited with Terry and Janet Crowell in Cibolo. Terry, Den's father, has returned home after a long stay in a San Antonio Hospital and is battling a serious infection. Don't forget the Ice Cream social on Saturday, Sept. 13 at the Uhland Community Center at 6 p.m. Bring your favorite homemade ice cream and yours may be judged as the best. You may also bring sandwiches, chips and dips and cookies, as well as cards and dominoes for games. Don't Axe Our Mayor! I on September 13, 03 Pd. Pol. Adv. by Citizens for the Unificatio of Kyle; Lila Knight, Treasurer; P.O. Box 784, Kyle, TX 78640 Brisket Plate with Rice, Beans and Potato Salad $5 00 per plate September 20, 2003 Pick up at 210 Ash Street, Buda, TX across from Buda Elementary School 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. For more information, contact Larry or julie at 512-268-0574 McCrary-Barker ".harla Beth McCrary and .1, ristopher Neils Barker were united in marriage on Sunday, June 1, 2003 at 5 o'clock in the afternoon by Rev. Chuck Freeman. The cer- emony and reception were held at The Terrace club in Dripping Springs, Texas. The bride is the daughter of Ken and Linda McCrary of Buda. The groom is the son of Keith and Kim Barker of Port Arthur, Texas. Tanya East was matron-of- honor and the bride's niece, Jessica McCrary, was the flower girl. Bride's maids were Julie Holstrom, Tina Orth and Beverly Ward. Jackson Barker, brother of the groom, was the best man and Matthew Johnson, cousin of the groom, was the ring bearer. Groomsmen were Anthony Temple, Bill Elliott, Aaron Conway, Owen Conway, Jonathan Pace and Eric Grove. The ushers were Patrick Barker, brother of the groom, and Josef McCrary, nephew of the bride. The happy couple now resides in Grand Prairie, Texas. # ' Proud parents Coy and Brooke Lowden ,/'. E ' of Kyle are proud to announce  l, : the birth of their daughter " pamela l,pen towden  Born August 15, 2003  r ) Weight 7 lbs, 7 oz Length 20 / " -' :! Brooke, Coy and Aspen with labor and delivery nurse  *" I  Becky P; 7; f ;ur7 'tt ;ts S;: ;;st; ;spiral' '* * J ,! LGe;;Fdu;lerf OakHilland  i I"   Lanette & Dale Lowden of Kyle :, J A A v J p,,, W W m o m Local Library Events Kyle Community Library Children's Storytime, Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m. Buda Public Library Bilingual Storytime, Mondays 11 a.m. Pre-School Storytime with crafts, Wednesdays 10:30 a.m. Toddler Storytime Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. San Marcos Public Library Free Spanish Classes, Thursday evenings from Sept. 18-Nov. 20, 7:00 p.m. Hours of Operation: Basil Anthony Moreau Library Kyle (Buda Public Library) Community Library Monday 10am-8pm Monday 11am-5pm Tuesday 10am-7pm Tuesday 10am-8pm Wednesday 10am-7pm Wednesday 10am-6pm Thursday 10am-7prn Thursday 10am-8pm Friday 10am-5pm Friday 10am-6pm Saturday 10am-5pm Saturday 9am-3pm Sunday Closed Sunday Closed San Marcos Wimbedey Village Public Library Library Monday 10am-9pm Monday 10am-8pm Tuesday 10am-gpm Tuesday 10am-6pm Wednesday 10am-9pm Wednesday 10am-8pm Thursday 10am-9pm Thursday Closed Friday 10am-6pm Fdday 10am-6pm Saturday 10am-5pm Saturday 10am-4pm Sunday lpm-6pm Sunday Closed 10816 Crown Colony Drive at Onion Creek Parkway exit 280-2256