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Burnet, Texas Burnet Bulletin Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Page7A Community Thomas Wayne Vail died Tom was born on Oct. 13, peacefully in his home on 1951, in Fort Worth, Texas. April 16, 2018, in Burnet, He graduated from Fort Worth Texas, at the age of 66.Polytechnic High School Tom is survived by his sister, in 1970, he then served in Jeannette Sink and husband the Air Force until 1975. George of Charleston, South After completing is military Carolina; his daughter, Amy commitment he went to work Gumminger and husband Joe in the oil transport industry of Crowley, Texas; his son, until early retirement due to Cloudy Vail of Austin, Texas; injury. Tom had a 'passion and his grandsons Drew for Corvettes, motorcycles, Bernethy, Caiden Vail, Cash and traveling the Texas Vail, and Cannon Vail. Hill Country with his trusty He was preceded in deathsidekick (dog)Scrat. by his parents, Woodrow and The family will hold a Catherine Vail, and his brother private memorial. Woody Vail of Texas. Jim Money of Tow, a 15- veterans in country and back year veteran and recipient of a at home. Purple Heart, will speak about His presentation will PTSD and other veterans' provide insight into the many issues at Lakeshore Library, sacrifices soldiers make on 7346 RM 261, Buchanan behalf of their country and Dam, on Wednesday, May 16, the challenges they encounter at 2:30 p.m. when they return from combat. Money's two books, "The Books will be available for Conflict That Was A War: In purchase, and refreshments Vietnam and At Home" and will be served. "Wounds of the Soul: PTSD This event free is free, but in the Lives of Veterans and RSVPs are requested. Call the Their Families," include library at 325-379-1174 for recollections and real-life more information. experiences of Vietnam Dick "D. D." Pelham, 81, Ernest Calvin Newton Horseshoe Bay, Texas, died peacefully passedaway April 24, 2018, after a short Wednesday morning, May illness at his home in Texas. 2, 2018, at the age of 96, He was born on Oct. 29, 1936, surrounded by hisloving in Beatrice, Nebraska, and at family. the age of five went to live The fimeral service was with his aunt in Cookeville, held at Jenkins Funeral Home Tennessee. He returned Within in Burnet with interment the same year to Beatrice following at Post Mountain on the train by himself with Cemetery. his paperwork on a string Ernest was born on March around his neck. He graduated 15.1922. in Tomega (northwest from Beatrice High School of Bertraml. He graduated from in 1955. He spent a year Bumet High School in 1940. in California, returned to He enlisted in the Air Force Nebraska and graduated from in 1943, was in the 8th Air Fairbury Junior College and Focre until 1946. Ernest and then Univeristy of Nebraska- Audrey were married in Luton, Lincoln in 1964 with a degree Bedfordshire, England and later in business administration, traveled to the United States to He went to work at Hallam/ make their home and family in Sheldon and Omaha Public Burnet. He first worked at the Power District for a short time Burnet Lumber Company, then and then for General Electric, worked at LCRA as an Engineer working in Indiana, Illinois, Draftsman and Office Engineer. Michigan and Louisiana From there he was employed for before retiring after more 35 years by the Texas Highway than 35 years of service. After Department as an Engineer Hurricane Katrina, he moved to Horseshoe Bay, Texas, for a view of Lake Lyndon B. Johnson. He joined a classic car club and showed his classic cars in shows in that area. He also traveled to many different places in the United States and a number of foreign countries in Europe, Asia, Australia and South America. He came back to Nebraska every year to attend a Nebraska football game and the state fair. He also came back for every high school class reunion until his death. Survivors include sister, Pam Watts of Beatrice, Nebraska; two nieces and one nephew. He was preceded in death by his parents, Louis R. Pelham and Rubv E. Wilson; and brother-in-law, Robert "Buck" Watts. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 4, at Fox Funeral Home with the Rev. David A. Bigley officiating. Burial will be at the Pleasant View Cemetery of rural Pickrell, Nebraska. A memorial has been established to the Beatrice Educational Foundation. The body lay in state at the Fox Funeral Home on Thursday. Please wear casual clothing, preferably Husker red or Beatrice orange and black. Fox Funeral Home of Beatrice in charge of the arrangements. Ill Draftsman and retired in 1985. He was a wonderful husband, daddy and grandfather. To his grandchildren and great grandchildren, he was known as "Pa-Pa". Ernest was a loving, kind and caring father who was always there for family and others. He loved working with his hands and meeting new people. Photography was his hobby. We love you and we will miss you greatly. Ernest was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Douglas Newton; his wife, Audrey wo whom he was married to for 70 years. He is survived by his four children, Jeanette (Jeanie) Cemper of Cedar Park, Terry Newton and wife Pat of Lago Vista, Kim Newton and wife Luanne of Burnet, Pare Jaeger of Austin; three grandchildren, Monica Banks, Scott Bird, and Alan Newton; three great grandchildren, Garrett Banks, Travis and Jackson Bird. The family wished to express their deepest appreciation to those who gave their loving care to him, Rachel Anthony, Karen Fralin and Veronica Guevara. In Lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The First Baptist Church of Burnet Building Fund or Texas Parks and Wildlife for Native Wildlife & Endangered Species. Arrangements under the care of Jenkins Funeral Home, formerly Edgar Funeral Home, Bumet, Texas. The Llano Uplift Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution on April 27 installed their new officers at the River City Grille in Marble Falls. Pictured from left are outgoing Regent Georgi Brochstein of Marble Falls; Regent Joy Shirley of Burner; First Vice Regent Marilyn Rushing of Kingsland; Second Vice Regent Heather Bryant of Leander; Chaplain Jessamyn Putnam of Fredericksburg; Secretary Linda Groff of Llano; Treasurer Patty Chimene of Johnson City; Registrar Cindy Brown of Oakalla; Historian D J Yows of Marble Falls; Librarian Lesley Clark of Austin and installing officer TXDAR Curator Marilyn Loop of San Antonio. Outgoing Regent Georgi Brochstein was recently elected TXDAR Historian. A tea in honor of the incoming 2018-2021 Texas State Officers was held Sunday, May 6, at Horseshoe Bay Country Club. The Llano Uplift Chapter was the official host for this event. Members of Texas District 8 were invited guests, along with all the incoming state officers. Brochstein is the first member of the Llano Uplift Chapter to serve as an elected officer of the TXDAR executive committee. Have a church event, meeting or scheduled Sunday afternoons and fundraiser? Send information to lew@ . throughout the week. Weekly outings, and activities happening as we do life First Christian Church (Disciples together! Find us on Facebook and of Christ): 204 E. Graves, Burner The come see us at 2401 US 281 North. Join church hosts Sunday school for all ages us at The E as we embrace and walk in at 9:30 a.m. and worship at 10:45 a.m. Kingdom Culture! Mondays Kitchen at 4:30-6 p.m Bible Christian's Women's Job Corps in study on Wednesday at 10 a.m Choir Burner wilt offer a 12-week tuition free practice on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. and job Readiness Course. Course includes: Compassionate Friends meets the Third Bible Study, Business Etiquette, Resume Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. For Writing, Interviewing, Computer Skills, more information contact fccburnet@ Money Management and Sewing Skills. or 512-7856-2223. Please visit website at to First United Methodist Church of download application or call 830-265- Burner: Join us Sunday for worship and 5798 for more information. fellowship, Casual Worship at 8:30 a.m St. Matthew AME Church Sunday in the Family Life Center. Sunday School School: second and fourth Wednesday for all ages at 9:45 a.m and Tradition 6 p.m morning service: Sunday 11 a.m. Worship in the sanctuary at 11 a.m. All are invited: The church is located at Youth Group meets Wednesday nights 508 S. Hill St. Burner. Call 512-755-6286 for fun and fellowship at 6 p.m in the for more information. Family Life Center. For more information Hill Country Fellowship ladies call (512) 756-2229 or visit fumcburnet, and men's Bible Studies are starting. org/home. The church is located at 301 Studies on prayer, Christian apologetics, E. Graves in Burner. Thessalonians and Hebrews are among Church at The Epicenter hasthe subjects being offered. Youth ministry fellowship and teaching opportunities meets every Wednesday night at 5:30 throughout the week, Monday Evening p.m. (for junior high) and at 7 p.m. (for Kingdom Living Class starts at 7 p.m. high school.) A meal is served for both NextGen Multi-Generational Men's groups at 6:30. p.m. In addition, there Ministry meets first and third Tuesdays is a high school Bible study meeting at 6:30 p.m. (All guys are invited - on Monday nights. Celebrate Recovery sons, brothers, dads). Sisters With A meets weekly at 6:30 p.m. Call for days Testimony Women's Ministry (SWAT) and times: 512-756-8796. meets Tuesdays for fellowship dinner Hill Country Fellowship youth at 5:30 p.m with study to follow at 6:30 ministry meets every Wednesday night at p.m. Band of Brothers Meffs Ministry 5:30 p.m. (for junior high) and 7 p.m. (for (BOB) meets Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. high school.) A meal is served for both Wednesday is Youth Night at The E. The groups at 6:30 p.m. In addition, there Vortex is for sixth through 12th graders is a high school Bible study meeting on and the fun starts at 6 p.m. (doors open Monday nights. Call 512-756-8796 for at 4 p.m). Sunday 'Morning starts with more information. Kids, Youth and Adult Studies at 9 a.m. Hill Country Fellowship holds its Corporate Worship Service begins at Communion Sunday the last Sunday of 10 a:m. Nursery is available during 9 the month. Ladies Bible stUdy is held at 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. gatherings. Kingdom a.m. and noon on Tuesdays. Out DRIVE Thinking and Kingdom Activation classes Student Ministry is Wednesdays at 6 p.m. and the Men's Bible study is Thursdays at 6 a.m. Contact: 512-756-8796. Ultimate Preppers a series of interactive meetings on surviving and thriving is held Sunday evenings at 6 p.m. at Chapel of the Hills Baptist Church on Texas 29 in Buchanan Darn. Child care provided. 512-793-2453. Country Cuzzins Square Dance Club offers basic lessons 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursdays in the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 1101 Bluebonnet Drive in Marble Falls. Singles and couples of all ages are welcome and dress is casual. For more information, see or call the club president, Sharon Spencer, at 830-613- 5774 or email her at ssvelcm@gmail. com. Episcopal Church of the Epiphany, 6012 North Wood Street, Burnet; Adult studies at 9:15 a.m. each Sunday, followed by Holy Eucharist at 10:30 a.m.; St. Anne's Guild meets the second Sunday of the month at noon; Daughters of the King meets the last Sunday of the month at 12:15 p.m.; Men's Breakfast meets the last Saturday of the month at 8 a.m. More information is available by calling 512-756-2334 or visit our website at Community groups who hold meetings at the church include AI-Anon, Weight Watchers, Boy Scouts, Tiger Cub Scouts, Veteran's Peer-to-Peer Group and the American Cancer Society's "Feel good - look better" program that provides women with cancer with help on hair/wigs and skin/makeup tips as needed. 512-756-2334. LA.Z.BoY LIFT CHAtRS FOR THE YOUNG AT HEART ay tea party New Life United Pentecostal Church of Burnet, 303 Bluebonnet Drive in Burnet, will host a ladies prayer and Bible study Tuesdays at 9:30 Give Morn some love this by a photo booth, "Mom and a:m. The "Love and Respect" series Mother's Day weekend by Me Hat Contest," and door continues and is open to all couples, taking her to the Mother's Day prizes. Singles are welcome, however space limitation may prevent enrollment at this Tea Party this Saturday, May Admission is $5 per person, time. 512-756-9493. 12, at 11 a.m, at the Lonesome and proceeds benefit the Highland Lakes United Methodist Pine Event Center in Briggs. Briggs Community Center Women's Bible Study meets Tuesdays at The Briggs community Inc. 10 a.m. Line Dancing is on Wednesdays at 10am. Quiet Stretching for Soul and welcomes all generations The Lonesome Pine Event Body meets Thursdays at 10 a.m. of mothers and daughter to Center is located at 6145 FM We invite you to twice weekly Card celebrate each other with a fun 2657 in Briggs. To reserve Recycling Workshops on Tuesdays and day full of delicious tea and your spot, call 512-556-1471. 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