Rocksprings Record


Southwest Texas Telephone employees Ben Enriquez, spraying, and Chris Berry, on the tractor, spiff up the Carson Building for the Fourth of July festivities. Ben is a summer employee and will return to college at UTSA this fall. Chris is the new warehouse manager replacing retiring Al Scroggins.

 

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By Kristan Weaver

 

The family of Evelyn Louise Williams Weaver is is honored to represent her memory on behalf of the Merry Hearts Club, the oldest ladies’ social club of Edwards County, as the Old Settler’s Queen in the 2016 Celebration. Evelyn was born August 21, 1943, in Lufkin, Texas to William T. Williams Jr. “Bill”, and the former Vivian Walton. Her mother’s family farmed in East Texas and owned pine trees. Her father’s family was from Oklahoma, where her grandparents worked for Bell Telephone Company. Her father spent his career in the Armed Services, having served both in the United States Army and the Air Force, retiring from the Air Force as a Technical Sergeant (TSgt). Her mother worked most of her life, too, retiring from J.C. Penney, with Bill being gone a lot overseas. Evelyn traveled all over as an Army brat, attending 12 different schools in 12 different years, including a brief stint in Guam. This is how she learned to fit in anywhere and to have a sense of humor about it!

 

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Ronnie Eckhart, one of many, readies the new Veterans Monument for dedication this Friday, July 1st at 10:00 a.m.

 

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