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Page 2C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press December 1, 2010 COURTESY PHOTO STAFF REPORT church for St. Elizabeth because "Buda" cility burned to the ground. The church is a variation of the Spanish word "Viu- building was expanded in 2000. Saint Elizabeth's Episcopal Church da" fur"widow." St. Elizabeth was a prin- The anniversary luncheon was presid- in Buda celebrated its 25th anniversary cess and widow who gave all her worldly ed over by Ft. Keith Turbeville, assisted with a worship and holy communion goods to the poor. The Diocese of West by Kyra Klerr-Fitzgerald. Retired Bishop service with a remembrance of St. Eliza- Texas chose the name in 1986. Jim Folts was in attendance as were fri- beth, their patron saint. The church was moved to its present ars Barry Thiering and Jim Mitchell with Seminarian ErnieMacAfee namedthe location on FM 967 after its former fa- their wives. SUBMITTED REPORT Michael Martin Murphey's famed "Cowboy Christmas Ball" returns to Texas State for the 2010 holiday season with a 7:30 p.m. perfor- mance on Sunday, Dec. 4 in the LB] Student Center Ballroom. Murphey will be joined by the Texas State Symphony Chamber Orchestra, with which he previous- ly collaborated for performances of "Cowboy Christmas Ball," "Sage- brush Symphony" and "Cowboy Christmas: Orchestral, Part I." The Texas State engagement traditionally marks the only time Murphey performs his entire "Cowboy Christmas Ball" outside of its historical Anson venue. The Central Texas Cowboy Christmas Ball features the original orches- tral accompaniment by Orchestra Director Howard Hudiburg and the Texas State Symphony Chamber Orchestra. "Cowboy Christmas Ball" is pre- sented by the University Perform- ing Arts Committee. Michael Martin Murphey will be performing at Texas State University Dec. 4. Buda Bits COURTESY PHOTO It's a great time for reading at the Buda Public Library WLth only three hopping weeks til Christmas, the Friends of the Buda Public Library can help if you're having problems with budget gift selections! Our annual Budafest Book Sale happens December 2-5 a( the Library. From the Thursday and Fri- day night members-only sales (6-8 p.m. both nights, with membership available at the door) through the Saturday and Sunday public sales, we'll have literally thousands of books priced by the bag, plus some priced individually. You'll find everything from autobiography to zoology, fiction and non-fiction, plus audio-visual items from vinyl discs to DVDs, along with puzzles and games (and you'll have time to read, watch or listen to your gifts before you wrap them!). There will also be a silent auction on Friday night and from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. on Saturday. All proceeds benefit the Library, a true community treasure. Its collections and services range from comput- CHECK IT I OUT ers and broadband Intemet connections to audiobooks, job search assistance, current magazines and bestsellers, children's programs, reference books, a community meeting space, information from and about our government, and many more. For nearly 20 years, the Friends have expanded the library's resources by funding additions to the shelves as well as new computer hard- ware and software. Help us help the library and get some great reading, viewing and/or listening at bargain prices on First Thursday and through Budafest weekend! For questions about library services, call 295-5899 or e-mail budalibrary@budali- brary.org. Email the Friends of the Buda Library at budali- braryfriends@verizon.net. ,Thyme SEASONAL WORKSHOP ALERT! iilili HOw to Craft a asonal Wreath. 2 p.m. Dec. 4i 5, 11 and 12 Learn from craftswoman Diane Winslow how to create a beautiful bay,leaf wreath to decorate your home dudng the holiday season. ~ Call the nursery to pre-register. Fee: $35 ...... i M anchaca AUsti i 78748 (On the rker Rd.) Email 27 = ............ . ................. . F.U N RA L HOMES Continued from pg. 1C The Friends of the Buda Library Book ... Birthday wishes go out to our Justice of FM 2770 & Kohler's Crossing e~sJo,-,,,a Wills at Nb Cost Sale will open December 2 and 3 in the Again this year, the Knights of Colum- the Peace Scott Cary on Dec. 1; Michael 1715 Kirby, Kvle, TX 78640 ,4~,co,~ Prog .... evening from 6 to 8 p.m. for the Members bus will provide a traditional Christmas Carroll, Don Taylor and Henry Aparicio " c ..... J,,~ Preview Book Sale. The Preview is open dinner at Santa Cruz Catholic Church on on Dec. 2; Muriel Gillis on Dec. 3; Mac in Plum Creek T,,,a,~,,~,,~s~,,~, to current members of the Friends of the Sunday, Dec. 5.1"he free dinner is pro- Glenn on Dec. 4; Evelyn Malatek on Dec. e | ,.~ ,.]qt~Q Q,~ New Buildiny ,ith J ~t"d.tOO--O'd_~ (bmpetiti~e~Prices Library and memberships are available tided for all area senior citizens. Serving 5; and Pat German on Dec. 7. at the door. There are lots of great books starts at 5 p.m. and you can bet there ,oo www.narrellFuneralnomes.com for Christmas gifts or for your cozy winter reading. The regular Budafest Book Sale will be good food, door prizes and lots of Join your friends and neigt}bors in ~ f great entertainment. The drawing for the will be from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Satur- handmade quilt made by members of the open late "First Thursday' event this day and Sunday, December 4 and 5. Also, the Buda Bees of the Onion Creek Senior week as the downtown merchants plan items donated by local businesses for the special sales and activities for the shop- sile6t auction will be on display Friday Citizens Center will also be held during this time. pers along Main Street. from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. un- til 3 p.m. Be sure to stop by your library, ooo Y'all come to Budafest. Odds & Ends Continued from pg. 1C St. John Lutheran Church of Uhland'sWomen's Guild will have their annual Christmas party on Saturday, Dec. 4th at the home of Sandra and Steve Jones. Members and guests are invited. Bring a covered dish for the noon meal and non-per- ishable food for the food banks. Instead of exchanging gifts, the ladies decided to share their bounty with others. Kelly Jones co-host the event with her mother. o The Men's Fellowship will meet on Saturday, Dec. 11 at 9 a.m. for breakfast and possible chores. e tiamermg at the home of Daniel and Sharon Heide- man for a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving were: Benny and Carol Schumann of New Braunfels, Barry Schumann of Austin; Mike, Debbie, Raney and Cooper Moore of Kyle; Clarence Heideman of San Marcos; Brian Heideman of Austin and Ray and Myrtle Heideman of Uhland. Daniel and Sharon and the Moore family joined family members of Margaret Holt inthe home of Ray and Janet Patterson in Mountain City for aThanks- giving supper. Erwin and Bobby lean Hagedorn enjoyed Thanksgiv- ing with their son and daugh- ter-in-law, Scott and ViIM Hagedorn in Austin. More Thanksgiving news, Gladys Sorrells spent the weekend with her family, Tim, Debbie, Heather and Mia Sor- rells of Austin. On Friday, Dennis and Kim Heideman and daughters, Kassi, Hanna and Maddy hosted a Thanksgiving dinner in their home. Attending and helping were: David and Bec- ca Schnltz and daughter Chloe of San Marcos. Also enjoying the meal and fellowship were Patti and RheaViernes and son, Caleb of San Marcos and Raymond and Myrtle Heide- man of Uhland. Get well wishes go to Ade- ROBERT AVERA ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR CRIMINAL DEFENSE lene Wisian who was hospital- ized for a few days recovering from pneumonia. She has now returned to San Marcos. Heartfelt prayers and best wishes go to Cheryl Shelley who is hospitalized in Brack- enridge Hospital after suffer- ing a stroke. On last report she was in stable condition. 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