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Page 2C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press October 5, 2011 The Buda "Y" is offering new programs for Ac- " ': tive Older Adults (AOA). BUDA BITS~: ::~ ~ ~ : Zumba Gold classes will be held on Mondays andWednes- days from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. and there will be an AOA Game Night on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 5 to 7 p.m. For ad- ditional information contact the "Y" at 465 Buda Sportsplex Dr. or (512) 523-0099. There is a new little Tim- mons around these parts. Hudson Ray Timmons was born ~esday, September 20, 2011 at 3:16 p.m. He was a healthy seven pounds, one ounce and 19 inches long. He is the first born for parents Tanner and Chelsea Timmons and the grandson of proud grandparents: Bryan and Kamn Timmons, Freddie and Donna Dippel and Wayne and Karen Bordovsky. The 50th wedding anniver- sary of Bob and Jean Holbrook was celebrated on Sunday, October 2 at The Winfield Inn in Kyle. Congratulations to the Holbrooks. ooo Buda residents, it's time to clean out your place and drop Off any unwanted/non- hazardous materials free of charge at Buda City Park on Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. A city of Buda water/ sewer utility bill along with a Texas driver's license with a Buda address must be shown in order to drop off trash at the cleanup site. No fires or hazardous materials. For in- formation call 312-0084. There is a new chiropractic office coming to downtown Buda and also a new thrift shop has opened its doors. Both businesses are located on Railroad Street next to the Buda EDC office. Get well wishes go out to El- eanor Earley who had surgery last week and is in Seton- Hays. Your "42" friends at the Onion Creek Senior Center miss you. ooo Birthday wishes go out to Susie Bishop on Oct. 9; Steve Quisenberry on Oct. 10; Helen Rode on Oct. 11; Betty Davis on Oct. 13. Come downtown Buda for "First Thursday" on the 6th. Enjoy the restaurants and entertainment as well as the shops on Main Street. Art Around Town will featpre "pumpkin art free of ch~ge for kids of all ages at the picnic tables at the Buda Library from 6 to 8 p.m. Buda Area Chamber of Commerce will meet on Wednesday, Oct. 12 from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Good Shepherd Ministries, 401 RR 967 in Buda. Remember M:nday, OF- tober 10 is Columbus Day. Students have a holiday from school and many offices Will be closed for the day. OBITUARIES Scott-Chatfield A~sia Scott of Buda, Texas d ~. atthew Chatfield of China Spring, Texas were united in marriage Saturday September 24, 2011 t Pastor David Sweet of Hays Hills Baptist Church offici- ated the ~eremony at an outdoor chapel at Texas Old Town in Kyle Texas. Alysla is a 2007 graduate of Hays High School and a 2011 Magna Cum Laude graduate of Texas A&M University. She re- ceived her degree in Kinesiology and is starting a career in physical therapy With Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Cen- ter in Kyle. Alysia is the daughter of Michael and Wendy Scott of Buda and the granddaughter of Nell ~nd Judy Fomash of Grafton, Ohio, the late Frank Simon atad wife Mary Simon of Westlake, Ohio and Donald and Joyce S~tt of Altmar, New York. Matthew is a graduate of China Spring High School and a 2010 ~raduate of Texas A&M University in Agricultural Sys- tems M~agement. He is now working for HEB Corporate in the SORLS program in San Marcos for the Central Texas Region. Matthew is the son of Mark and Lisa Chatfield of China Spring and the grandson of Joe and Linda Howard and Ron and MaryAnn Chatfield, all from Clifton. TX. After the ceremony, the couple celebrated with family and friends at Tejas Hall with dinner and dancing. Upon re- turning from their honeymoon trip to Maul, Hawaii. the couple will be residing in Buda. Texas. HUBERT Patricia Ann CPatt") Hubert, 80, retired public school teacher and "true burnt orange" UT Longhorn sports fan. passed away peacefully in her home in Mountain City on Wednesday, September 28. 2011. She was born September 16, 1931 in Sweetwater, Texas. to Annie Lou Chapman and Ted Moore and later, in 1947. was adopted by her stepfather. Lee W. Truitt. In 1951. she was introduced to Warren Naumer ("Pete") Hubert of Dallas at a meeting of the Amateur Radio Club of Grand Prairie, and on February 25, 1952, Patt and Pete were united in marriage, a "couple of Ham's (Ham Radio Operators)", in a nationally televised wed- ding ceremony in NewYork City, NY. Patt received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Biology and her Master of Education degrees from North Texas State University. She chose to be a public school teacher, a career spanning 25 years: Dallas ISD (1967-70), DavidW. Carter HS; Duncanville ISD (1970-84), WH Byrd Junior High; Cedar Hill ISD (1984-86), Cedar Hill Middle School; and Johnson City ISD (1988-93), LBJ Inter- mediate/Elementary School. She loved teaching and was always thrilled to hear from one of her 'favorites', many of whom would call, write and visit, just to "check in with Ms. Hubert". She was preceded in death by her par- ents and, in 1994, by Pete, her husband of 42 years. She is survived by her daughter Penny Tisdale and her husband James of Austin, and by her son Perry Hubert and his wife Debi of Buda; grandchildren Melannie Tisdale, Patrick Tisdale, Nicole Tisdale. Christopher Hubert and his wife Natalie, Kevin Hubert, Colin Hubert and Caleb Hubert; and great-grandchildren Lily- anne Tisdale, Danielle Ray, Caitlynn Tisdale and Joseph Tisdale. Funeral services were held at Har- rell Funeral Home of Kyle on Friday, September 30. Graveside services were held Monday, October 3, at Little Bethel Memorial Park in Duncanville, TX, with reception following. JERGENS Reva M. Jergens, age 84, of Austin, Texas (formerly of Dayton, Ohio and Celina, Ohio), died on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at her daugh- ter's home in Austin after a courageous eight year battle with ovarian cancer. She was born June 12, 1927 in Xenia, Ohio to Ora and Margaret (Butler) Barnes. On July 13, 1944 she mar- ried Edward P. Jergens in Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Dayton, and he died September 6, 1997. Reva is survived by three children and their spouses: Edward A. and Marilyn lergens, Englewood, Ohio, Ronald and Deborah Jergens, Beavercmek, Ohio and Margaret and Mark Rodriguez, Austin, Texas. Seven grandchildren and spouses: Melissa and John McGlynn, Nora and Kevin Fogt, Steven and Leigh Jergeng, L A W 0 F F I C E O F Tracy and Scott Michaelis, Julie and Ron ~,~~ Van De Weerd, Michael and Lisa Jergens PLLc and Matthew and Elyse Jergens, 22 great Farailvt~Law Mediator Collaborative Law Att ..... grandchildren, a sister, Virginia Bettinger, Dayton. Ohio and numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, spouse Edward. three sisters. three brothers and several nieces and nephews. She was a member of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Montezuma, Ohio and Santa Cruz Catholic Church in Buda, Texas. Reva and Ed owned and operated Jergens Greenhouse in Dayton, Ohi0, and she was a volunteer for the diabetes ~du- cation program at Community Hospital in Coldwater, Ohio Mass of Christian Burial was held October 3, 2011 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church with Fr. Rick Friebel officiating. Burial followed in Our Lady of Guadalupe Cemetery, Montczu- ma Ohio i Our family gives special thanks to ]Hos- pice Austin for the support and care ]they gave our mother and grandmother. Our mother was an inspiration and had 0pos- tive impact on so many lives from Ohio to Texas. She was loved by so many. Condo- lences may be left at hogenkampfh.~om. (512) 312-09o 906 CanyonWren Drive Buda. Texas www.yourtexasattorney, tom MONTAGUE Josephine E. Montague, mother o~ longtime Hays County Sheriff Don Mon- tague, passed away Monday evening, October 3, 2011. Visitation will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. October 7 and the funeral service Hill be at 10 a.m. Saturday O#to- ber 8 at Harrell Funeral Home in Kvl~. PHOTOS BY LINCOLN RAMIREZ Aubrey Cauduro (floral) and Nadia Warren (stripes) pet a baby goat on Saturday at the 54th annual Buda Fire Fest, a fundraiser for the Buda Fire Department, Four-time Grammy Award winner Little Joe and La Familia perform Sunday during the 54th annual Buda Fire Fest at Buda City Park. The event included firefighter challenges, cookoffs and children's activities. + Buda Parks & Rec Continued from pg. 1C tion would like to participate, please contact the Buda Parks and Recreation Department, 312-0084. ooo Christmas cheer Hill radiate as the Buda Trail of Lights returns for the third year of fun, fellowship, music and holiday splendor at Historic Stagecoach Park. Mark your calendars for December 14-21 from 6-10 p.m. and don't miss out on this free fam- ily event Park visitors ~ll enjoy a spectacular display of twinkling lights illuminating Historic Stagecoach Park with various Winter Wonderland themes. Odds &.Ends Continued from pg. 1C for Bastrop victims of the rites and other needy residems. Gladys reports that truck loads of goods were still coming in. Charlotte and Gladys joined Ruth Holt at Jean Collier's home one day last week for an afternoon of "chicken foot" and fellowship. Got your turkey purchased? Time to get out your recipe book for the cakes, etc. for the Harvest Festi- val on Saturday, Oct. 15 at the Uhland Community Center. The Woman's Guild of St. John Lutheran Church could use some help and items for the children's games, raffle, silent auction, bake sale, country store and the outdoor garage sale. It all starts at 8 a.m., lunch at 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Come join the fun and games. Amid receltt market v, upswings ard downturns way, it does: a't mean you today can significantly So before you alter yore financial re Sew. We can market's recent disappo for the long term. fiatility, we've seen substantial But when the market reacts one should, too. The actions you take impact your financial future. investment strategy, schedule a help you stay focused despite the intments and find opportunities Call today schedule your financial review. Janet Ross Finanlcial Advisor 251 N FM 1626 Bldg 2 Buda,i TX 78610 512- 112-2840 Ste B Shirley C Malone Financial Advisor 203 Railroad Street Suite 1 B Buda, TX 78610 512-312-2332 www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC