2014 Fall Needville Citywide Garage Sale List and Maps

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NEEDVILLE CITYWIDE GARAGE SALE

Welcome to the Fall 2014 Citywide Sale. Whether you are a veteran of past sales or a new shopper, we appreciate your participation and wish the best to all buyers and sellers.  Take the time to read over the information provided here as it will make things so much easier for you.

 

We provide you with a list of all the sale locations and two maps that show the physical locations of each sale, Map #1 listing sales in town and Map #2 giving locations of out of town sales.  Almost all the out of town sales are within a few miles of town and are easy to locate. If you have GPS that’s good, but if not, just follow the directions. All county roads are paved and road signs are in place.

 

Also look for the official red/white Garage Sale signs which are provided to the sellers who have registered for this sale.  You are going to see a lot of sales that are not on our list, as well.  Those who register, pay a small fee which goes toward advertising and other related costs, and some people choose not to lend support.

 

This is a Saturday/Sunday event and we can only list the days and hours provided to us by the sellers. Some may plan to be open both days, but based on good sales and other factors, that can change.  The overall sale will be held regardless of weather.  Best bet is to shop early.  Businesses that list Sunday sales will be open on Sunday as listed.

 

Traffic will be heavy in certain parts of town on Saturday morning so plan for it and use some common sense and courtesy.  Deputy Constables will be on duty to assist in traffic control.  Please do not block driveways or streets when parking and watch for pedestrians. 

 

Portacans will be provided in the 9000 block of Main across from City Hall.

 

On Map #1, we have also listed some eating establishments/food vendors, so feel free to patronize them.  They are shown on the map as letters, A-C.

 

STREET INFORMATION:

Main Street is also FM 360                     School Street is also FM 1236

Terry Street is ONE WAY extending from Main to Gene (4 blocks)

Margaret Street is ONE WAY from Gene Street to Main (4 blocks)

 

Padon Road becomes Baker Road at Highway 36; Foster School Road becomes Jeske Road at Highway 36;  Needville-Fairchilds Road becomes Colony Road at Highway 36; Old Needville-Fairchilds Road becomes School Street (FM 1236) at Highway 36

 

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

 

The sellers provide us with a list of sale items.  In most cases these lists are not complete, so keep that in mind.  I also encourage you to check out the sales that are out of town.  Most are within several miles and none are farther than 10 miles.

 

Hopefully the weather will cooperate and you will have a successful sale, whether buying or selling.  Thank you again for your patronage.  One last word to all the sellers who have continued to register over the years, while so many more lack the civic pride and decency to do so.  You are the people who have made this sale a success and we extend a big THANK YOU to each of you.

 

FOOD VENDORS:

A. DONUT SHOP; 2813 School Street; (School at Highway 36); SAT-SUN; 4AM-12NOON; Start your day or recharge later with fresh coffee, milk, soft drinks; fresh varieties of donuts and other pastries, breakfast tacos, kolaches and more…

B. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILLIARY; 9730 Gene (Legion Hall); SATURDAY ONLY; 8AM-2PM;  A good place to take a break and support a good cause as well; a fundraiser for these wonderful ladies who provide a good deal of support to the community and to our veterans; they will have breakfast tacos, Chik-Fil-A sandwich meals, nachos, coffee, soft drinks and iced tea; in addition they always have a great bake sale of many assorted home baked items which are too good to pass up. 

C. Lad’s Smokehouse; 3731 School Street (FM 1236); SATURDAY ONLY; 7AM-3PM; an old fashioned meat market but they also have a variety of baked items including kolaches and assorted pies; also, all types of drinks and some great BBQ including chicken, ribs and pork steaks, plus more food and snack items… a good place to check out…

 

BUSINESS LOCATIONS:

1. KINFOLKS ANTIQUES; 9334 Main Street; SAT, 8AM-?; SUN, 9AM-5PM; An early 1900s farm house filled with antique furniture, glassware, pottery, linens and jewelry; also, lots of primitives and advertising items, LP records and books; all types of collectibles and a whole lot more; AND it is all 15% off; In addition, out back in the carport will be a lot of garage sale stuff including old wood frame windows, iron bed frames, vintage doors and shutters, architectural items, iron implement wheels of different sizes, plus furniture pieces for your repurpose or renewal efforts, especially you Pinterest folks; and a lot more all at bargain prices.

2. INSPIRING DESIGN; 13820 Highway 36; SATURDAY, 9AM-4:30PM; SUNDAY, 10AM-3PM; A unique gift shop with many close out items, 20-50% off; You will find toys, flags, jeans, belts, wallets, jewelry, wall hangings, candle warmers, graduation gifts, children’s flip-flops, garden hats, Fuzzy footwear and much more; out back in the barn you will find a lot more including resale furniture, glassware, wall art, and more smalls; A great place to do some early Christmas shopping; Also, private vendors will be set up with a big variety of merchandise including advertising items, dolls, glassware, vintage lunch boxes, football jerseys, some auto parts for Ford and Chevrolet, Christmas décor and more..

 

3. HIS-AND-HERS; 14302 HIGHWAY 36; SATURDAY, 7AM-6PM; SUNDAY, 11AM-3PM; Another shop with a huge inventory featuring western themes, but a lot more too; It will all be priced at 20-50% off and includes western décor, rustic furniture, Texas themed items, jewelry, belts, candles, picture frames, decorative waste cans, sandals, and so much more all at a big savings to you…

4. COBWEBS IN THE ATTIC RESALE; 9115 Antonia; SATURDAY, 7AM-6PM; SUNDAY, 11AM-3PM; off the beaten path, but easy to find and filled with all types of merchandise including tools, books, toys, clothing, furniture, tires, kitchen range, freezer, side by side refrigerator; much, much more all at bargain prices…

 

INDIVIDUAL SALES:

5. 12427 Old Needville-Fairchilds Road; SAT, 8AM-3PM; SUN, 9AM-2PM; housewares, toys, baby items and assorted clothing…

6. 9015 Antonia Street; SATURDAY ONLY; 7:30AM-4PM; will have recliners, china hutch, quality girl’s clothing, large sizes men’s clothing, dressers, end tables, lamps, TVs, tires for golf cart, dirt bike gear and a lot more…

7. 2607 Allen Street; SAT-SUN; 7AM-5PM; they list assorted furniture pieces, antiques, housewares, assorted tools, items for the bathroom, office supplies, assorted collectibles, all sizes/types of clothing, more smalls…

8. 9206 Stephen Street; SATURDAY, 7AM-?; SUNDAY, 8AM-?; will be selling a church pew, bedding, kitchen items, children/adult clothing, $5 jewelry items, chair, knickknacks, foot massager, wine racks, assorted shoes, wall décor, big selection of toys, plus more stuff…

9. 9302 Stephen Street; SATURDAY ONLY; 7:30AM-3:30PM; kitchen items, bathroom décor, craft supplies, jewelry, bedding, household items, assorted clothing, furniture, etc…

10. 13424 Ash Street; (Just off 36, turn on Poppy Street off 36) SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM; SUNDAY, 7AM-11AM; listing household items, kitchen items, furniture, home décor, tools, antiques and collectibles, and more….

11. 3022 Violet Street; (Violet intersects with Highway 36 directly across 36 from where Main hits 36 at the traffic light. It is adjacent to the SPJST Hall); SATURDAY, 8AM-?; SUNDAY-MAYBE; They have items from an estate, so here goes; restored vintage furniture, to include a mirrored vanity with matching chest of drawers; two separate drawer chests; drop leaf table; storage cabinet; small sofa; assorted furniture parts for repurposing; storage cabinet constructed from shipping crates; old windows; old wooden chair; two remote control lanterns; tool kit; empty 5 gallon propane tank; propane burner; lots of like new shoes and purses; sewing fabrics; rolls of yarn; twin/full size blankets; winter coats/jackets; housecoats; socks; candles; shampoos; Christmas décor; vases; boxes of assorted puzzles; jeans; 10 book hunting/fishing library; 22 book home improvement library; 16 book set of Fix It Yourself; cookbooks; dishes; arts and crafts; movies; a desk and more..

12. 8507 Main Street; SATURDAY ONLY; 8AM-5PM; they have assorted furniture pieces, 21″ self-propelled lawnmower, chain saw, shop vacuum, baby crib, gas cooktop, quilt tops, women’s medical scrubs (S/M), children’s thru adult’s clothing, misc. household items and a lot more..

13. 7015 FM 360 (Main Street); (just outside the city limits on 360); SATURDAY ONLY, 7:30AM-5PM; listing Christmas décor, hospital/health care items, household goods, kitchen items, scrap booking supplies, King headboard/bookcase, two box springs, women’s clothing, boy’s clothing and a lot more garage sale stuff…

14. 7915 Church Street; (take Louie or Jurca off Main); SAT, 7AM-7PM; SUN, 7AM-12 NOON; list a cooktop, kitchen range, range hood, sink with faucet set, table with two chairs, also a 4 wheel bike in excellent condition…

15. 7902 Church Street; SAT-SUN, 8AM til ?; clothes washer, refrigerator, bathroom sink, commode, kitchen items, toaster, coffee maker, assorted clothing, misc..

16. 7921 Schendel Street; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-2PM; listing furniture, children’s items and assorted clothing…

17. 3302 Jurca; SATURDAY ONLY, 7AM-2PM; They list a riding lawnmower, sofa, sleeper sofa, assorted furniture items, electric clothes dryer, household items, craft accessories, toys, children’s clothing, women’s clothing and more…

18. 3302 Matilda Street; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-3PM; listing a chipper-shredder, luggage items, complete single bed, purses and a lot more odds/ends…

19. 8000 Church Street; (not real sure of this address, but in the vicinity of Church and Matilda); SATURDAY ONLY, 7:30AM-4:30PM; will have tools, wheelbarrows, ceramic items, glassware and other smalls…

20. 3414 Beasley; SATURDAY ONLY; 9AM-4PM; has a Tappan 4 burner electric range, 2012 model in white; Whirlpool 18 cu. ft, refrigerator, 2012 model in white; glass door china cabinet; table/chairs; hall table; small dresser; entertainment/TV cabinet; bedding; pillows; towels; misc. dishes, pots, glassware; draperies and more…

21. 3302 Needville Avenue; SATURDAY ONLY; 8AM-4PM; clothes washer and dryer, assorted furniture, clothing, baby items, tools, more etc…

22. 8502 Church Street; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-4PM; this is billed as a moving sale, so there should be a lot of stuff; listed many household items, wedding décor, furniture, lots of stuff for you to redo or upcycle…

23. 8610 Union Street; SATURDAY ONLY; 8AM-2PM; home décor, dishes, all types of household items, toys; clothing for young boys, M-L; women’s clothing, M-XL; men’s clothing, XL…

24. 3402 Fairchild Avenue; SAT, 7AM-6PM; SUN, 9AM-3PM; listing furniture, home décor, vehicles, clothing, lawn tools and equipment and more…

25. 8817 Union Street #1; SAT-SUN, 8AM-5PM; Queen size bedroom set with dresser and bed set, table, Baldwin piano, more etc…

NOTE: The following four sales are in Highland Point, near the Elementary School.. The only street into that are is Highland Pointe, so traffic will be an issue. DO NOT park in an area that blocks traffic.  Also, there are sure to be a number of other sales in Highland Point that are not registered, so be patient and use common sense. 

26. 3806 Crestwood Circle; SATURDAY ONLY, 7AM-3PM; lists beach cruiser bicycles; men’s/women’s clothing to include jeans, shoes and boots; assorted vases; assortment of fishing tackle; fishing waders; hedge trimmers; misc. tools; some welding items; grinding discs and tools; beach chairs; shower door with frame; ice chest; tool box; shade awning; other stuff as well…

27. 3807 Crestwood Circle; SAT, 7AM-3PM; SUN, 8AM-2PM; listing clothing, household items, home décor, purses, Christmas décor, mattress, small refrigerator, much more etc…

28. 3818 Founder’s Drive: SAT, 8AM-5PM; SUN, 8AM-2PM; have clothing for boys, girls, baby girls; assorted baby items; toys; bicycles/tricycles; antiques; rustic star queen bed; kitchen items and a lot more…

29. 9703 Crescent Cross; (reach it off Founder’s Drive); SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-4PM; showing clothing for baby boys, boys/girls; men/women clothing; lots of toys and more smalls…

30. 3707 Margaret Street; (across from Elem. School); SAT, 7AM-6PM; SUN, 9AM-3PM; big inventory including a Kindle; Sprint cell phone; Razor cell phone; big selection of clothing, various sizes, Infant to 4XL, boy’s/girl’s, women’s/men’s and all on hangers sorted by size; assorted shoes including lots of women’s in 10-11; toys, board games, Wii games; DS games; Xbox games; knick knacks; jewelry; bunk bed; entertainment center; Full mattress/box spring; children’s car seats; train table; Sago palms; and a whole lot more… always a lot of items here….

31. 9227 Gene Street; SATURDAY ONLY; 7AM til ?; have a rustic pine queen bed set with nightstand and corner media cabinet; treadmill; professional volleyball net with weighted poles; basketball goal with post/stabilizer; ski tube for boating; 18′ boat cover; two chrome bar stools; nightstand; 3 folding aluminum frame chairs; softball helmets; assorted athletic shoes; Junior size formal dresses; TV/VCR/DVD combo; large assortment of Junior size clothing including jeans and shoes.. more..

32. 9230 Gene Street: George Memorial Library; SATURDAY ONLY; 9AM-12 NOON;

This event is sponsored by Friends of the Library, as a fundraiser. This group finances library programs that have no other funding source, most of which are for children; so go by and support a worthy cause; they will have a lot of books for sale and will also be selling baked goods and possibly some other small items. There is a lot of room to park here also…

33. 9303 Gene Street; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-5PM; lists men’s name brand clothing; women’s clothing; men’s/women’s shoes; 3 kitchen bar stools; two gas grills; small three drawer dresser; home décor; dishes; 7 piece solid oak table with glass inserts; lamp shades; draperies; laundry hamper; 5 piece outdoor patio furniture set and more stuff…

34. 9521 Gene Street; SAT, 7AM-5PM; SUN, 8AM-3PM; they list vintage items including 1950s hair dryer, 1950s vaporizer, Oriental lamps, chair, old kitchen utensils, coffee pots; kitchen items are small appliances, newer coffee pots, punch bowl/cups, assorted Corning ware, Pyrex items, canister set; furniture includes office desks, office chairs, wooden chairs, mahogany baby/Junior bed with mattress, mahogany Full/Queen bed; also an aquarium, stereo system, large speakers, assorted clothing, purses, shoes, wine rack, small tools and a lot more..

35. 9103 Union Street; SAT, 7AM-4PM; SUN, 8AM-2PM; have a barley twist coat rack; doll furniture; toys; antique school desks; lighting fixtures; books; bar accessories; designer purses; jewelry; golf balls; original rims for 2010 Chevy Camaro; Ford Mustang floor mats; wall décor; household items; designer men’s business clothing; clothing and shoes for men/women/teens; antiques; collectibles; estate and vintage items and more…

 

36. 9211 Union Street; SATURDAY ONLY, 7AM-2PM; and you best go early… here we go; various sizes and types of boy’s clothing including socks, vests, shoes, underwear, swimwear, and jackets; assorted women’s clothing, shoes, purses and jewelry; men’s clothing including shoes and jackets; lots of children’s items such as all types toys, books, movies, puzzles, games, trucks, cars, large/small boy’s bicycles; children’s luggage; other luggage; solid pecan Queen poster bed with frame and dresser; solid oak, 70″x36″ dining table with 6 chairs; wingback chair with recliner; Toshiba 48″ TV; 24″ TV; twin mattress; twin bed with mattress/box spring; comforter sets in various sizes including twin for boys and Queen sizes; draperies; gas grill; bag chairs; life jackets; patio chairs; outdoor washer board set; kitchen items including storage containers, bowls, pots/pans, and silverware; wall art; two 5’x8′ area rugs; many small various use rugs; bedding; towels; baby items; girl’s T clothing, 24 months to 2T; riding lawnmower and a bunch more…

37. 3339 Terry Street; (Terry at Union); SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-4PM; Always another good sale with quality items at good prices; Name brand clothing such as Abercrombie, Victoria Secret, PINK, Guess, Miss Me, Charlotte Ruse, Justice, American Eagle and Hollister, all gently used and in good condition; girl’s sizes 7/8, 10/12, Junior; women’s sizes S, M, L, XL; boy’s sizes 16/18; men’s sizes L, XL, XXL; men’s pants in 36×36 and 34×32; also high quality towels, bedding, plates, pictures and home décor for living areas and girl’s bedrooms; gardening pots and yard/lawn tools; home improvement items; makeup items; lotions; assorted jewelry; games; computer accessories; assorted toys; Malibu exercise bench; recliner chair in green; electric scooter; sports equipment; lots more good stuff..  This is not an ordinary garage sale, but the prices are right and the quality is great..

38. 9402 Union Street; SATURDAY ONLY; 7AM-3PM; men’s, women’s, boy’s clothing and a lot of that good old misc…

39. 13622 Steffek Street; (intersects with Church Street and runs parallel to Colony Road); SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-2PM; lists 12-18 month baby boy’s clothing; other children’s clothing; baby items; assorted toys; home décor; large corner desk; Christmas décor; two butcher tables; purses; rocking chair, clothes washer; more.

40. 14234 Buffalo Street;(between Colony Road and Steffek); SAT, 9AM-4PM; SUN, 12 NOON-4PM; lists large size adult clothing; baby/children clothing; baby bed, stroller, child’s car seat; assorted toys and more smalls…

41. 14641 Dove Lane; (off Colony Road); SATURDAY ONLY; 7AM-4PM; will have clothing, furniture, jewelry, household items, pictures, tools, fishing gear, lawn and yard equipment and etc…

42. 13226 Colony Road: SATURDAY ONLY; 8AM-4PM; lists children’s clothing, household items and misc…

43. 14438 Highway 36: SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-6PM; will have blankets, Christmas décor, irons, plant stand, card table/chairs, assorted toys, antique treadle sewing machine, various plants and much more…

44. 2931 Caroline Street; (intersects Highway 36 adjacent to Herrera’s Auto Repair); SATURDAY ONLY, 7:30AM-3PM; listed as a moving sale with a dining table/chairs; wood full bed with twin trundle drawers; trundle bed; stationary exercise bike; toolbox for pickup bed; TV; double stroller; sofa; bedding; household items; assorted home furnishings; home décor; assorted toys; cowhide rug; kitchen items; misc. furniture; bath décor; youth/adult clothing and way more than this, so go by..

 

OUT OF TOWN SALES:    #45-86    MAP #2

NOTE: I try to put these sales in a sequence, but can’t always do that.  Also, several of them will be off the map but I will provide directions and all are easy to locate.

 

45. 14518 FM 1236; SATURDAY, 7:30AM-7PM; SUNDAY, 8AM-5PM;  Vintage items to include crosscut saws; milk cans; sausage stuffers; corn shellers; butter churn; flat irons; trunk; singletrees; old harnesses, and lots more old stuff; also, bar stools, 250 gallon propane tank, mechanical hoist, aquarium, sofa, tables, chairs, bed frame, hand tools, power tools, radio speakers, men’s/women’s clothing, boy’s clothing 4-6, air compressor without motor, 3 pt. tractor blade and a lot more…

46. Intersection of Bushnell Road and FM 1236; SATURDAY, 7AM-4PM; SUNDAY, 8AM-2PM; has a gas range, wood trim molding, furniture, BBQ pit, assorted clothing, ceramic tile saw, and a whole lot more garage sale stuff..

47. 17004 Pleasant Road; (This one won’t fit on the map, but Pleasant Road runs of FM 1236; turn onto Pleasant and the sale location will be on the right a short distance from 1236. Also, they say the sale is in the back part of the property); SAT, 7AM-4PM; SUN, 8AM-12 NOON; listed as a small estate sale; two bedroom sets, one is 3 piece and one 5 piece; power tools including a nail gun, several saws, paint guns, various battery operated power tools; small equipment for office use; roll top desk; new medical equipment; men’s shoes, sizes 9-10; women’s shoes, sizes 7-8; tool boxes; hand tools; assorted dishes; roll of 6′ fence; collectible tea kettles; treadmill; air bike; household items; children’s clothing; 10’x10′ inflatable jump castle and more…

NOTE AGAIN: Although the next two carry Bushnell Road addresses, they are on FM 1236..

48. 10602 Bushnell Road; (FM 1236); SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-3PM; have a sofa, dining table with chairs, women’s clothing, jewelry, handbags, medical equipment for the home including crutches, walker, portable toilet; lamps, African art, leather chair with ottoman, 16′ stock trailer, coffee table with matching side tables, more.

49. 10920 Bushnell Road; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-4PM; list lots of home décor items, toys for young boys 3-8, glass/iron table with 4 iron chairs, toolbox diesel fuel tank, B&W 5th wheel hitch and a lot more…

NOTE: Just go back north up Bushnell Road to get to the next 6 sales, if you are so inclined)

50. 12025 Williams School Road; SATURDAY ONLY, 7AM-2PM; lists furniture including dining tables, recliner, mirror, coffee/end tables; also kitchen items like cooking utensils, full place settings and more; assorted home décor; saddle; bedding items; men’s/women’s shoes and clothing, and more misc…

51. 5802 Guttenberger Road; SAT-SUN, 7AM-6PM; will be selling rods/reels; electronic dart board; assorted toys; sheetrock dolly; banana trees, shrubs, vegetable bedding plants, flowering plants; sleeping bags; cases of CDs; decorative cans; 25 gallon sprayer on trailer; empty propane tanks; empty liquor bottles for decorative use (I could contribute to that stock after having to type all this); rubber backed drapes; glassware; complete service for 12 (dishes or silverware I suppose); holiday and seasonal crafts and supplies; adult clothing; assorted gift items; knick knacks, and more…

NOTE: OK, the next four sales are in Tierra Grande, which is not far from the above sales, but the locations won’t fit our map.  So, just follow Guttenberger or Bushnell Roads to Mueck Road; take a left on Mueck Road, which will curve around over a few miles.. Tierra Grande Drive will run left off Mueck Road.. just turn on Tierra Grande and you will find the sales. Three are on Tierra Grande, and one is toward the end of Tierra Ridge which intersects with Tierra Grande… go out the same way you go in…  It’s a nice drive, so please take it… Thanks..

52. 14235 Tierra Grande; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-3PM; list clothing for baby girls, NB-3 months; a lot of “girl” items; women’s pants and jeans; men’s jackets; kitchen utensils and more smalls..

53. 14625 Tierra Grande; SAT, 7:30AM-5PM; SUN, 1PM-5PM; will have an electric range; microwave oven; TVs that do work; assorted tools; clothing, sizes 12, 14, 16; knick knacks; furniture items and more…

54. 14633 Tierra Grande; SAT, 7:30AM-5PM; SUN, 1PM-5PM; has several TVS; lawn and yard equipment; shelving; tools; knick knacks; appliances including a Maytag washer; assorted clothing including jeans; aquarium; Hoover vacuum cleaner and more misc…

55. 14705 Tierra Ridge; SAT-SUN; 9AM-1PM; has a big supply of young boy’s clothing from NB to 2T; assorted baby toys; various household items and misc…

ANOTHER NOTE: The easiest route to next sales, take Bushnell off Mueck Road and then left on Williams School Road back to FM 360..

56. 6611 Anderson Court; (In Quail Park); SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-5PM; list bicycles; assorted shoes; variety of toys; children’s costumes; bedding; stuffed animals; clothing for adults and children including men’s XL, boy and girl clothing of all sizes..; children’s books…more misc.

57. 6719 Quail Park; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-12 NOON; selling a game table, plates, pictures, toys, portable DVD player, Blu-Ray disc player, DVDs, baseball bats, razor-skooters, wooden porch swing, Christmas décor, children’s clothing..

58. 8211 Williams School Road; SAT-SUN, 8AM-5PM; will have jet skis, aluminum boat, trolling motor, boy’s/girl’s clothing, adult clothing, shoes, appliances, kitchen table, dishes, pictures, TV, lamps, professional audio equipment and lighting systems of good quality as used by DJs, and a lot more garage sale stuff…

59. 6607 Mildred; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-6PM; list a solid oak executive desk, various furniture items, computer desk, luggage, decorative crosses, women’s shoes and boots and coats, three matching bridesmaid dresses, prom dresses, other formal dresses, paperback/hardback books, pictures and picture frames, men’s clothing, 7′ Christmas tree, small cable ready TV and more etc…

60. 5140 Baker Road; SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM; SUNDAY, 8AM-1PM; Listing a pedestal sink; windows; TVs; dressers, kitchen island counter; burn barrel, ceiling fans, outside unit for central A/C system; window treatments; large quantities of accessories for small girls from retail shop at 50% off; children’s play rug; Harley Davidson 3 wheel golf cart that needs work; Disney DVDs; home décor; kitchen items; toys; backpacks; new Petsafe invisible fence system; lamps; pegboard on stand for displays; wooden shelves; exercise equipment; wireless printer; game cube with controls; purses; 3’x3′ cork/whiteboard/mirror combo; fabric covered one foot squares; large white desk; large Igloo dog house; breaker box; board games; children’s size antique rocking chair; Bissell carpet cleaner; audio and TV antenna cable; building material; fluorescent shop lights; LP records; outboard boat motor and who knows what else…

61. 6211 Eagle Drive; (this one is not far, so follow the map… it is off Waddell Road which extends from Foster School Road to Blasé Road); SATURDAY ONLY, 7:30AM-2:30 PM; has baby clothing, pool table lighting, treadmill, assorted tools, household items, lots more garage sale stuff…

62. 4727 Reeh Road; SAT, 8AM-4PM; SUN, 11AM-3PM; listed as an estate/moving sale; sofa; recliners; computer/TV cabinet; night stands, elliptical exerciser; dining table with 6 chairs; tools; fishing equipment; dishes; 1970 MG; knick knacks; toys; bedding; storage cabinets; Queen headboard; toaster oven; men’s clothing, L, XL; wicker furniture; two children and two adult saddles; baby items; much more…

63. 5702 Sunset Trail; (just take Reeh Road to Fenske; Sunset Trail intersects with Fenske); SATURDAY ONLY, 7AM-2PM; clothing, baby to adult, both sexes; household items; a saddle and assorted tack; lawn items; truck accessories; tools and a lot more misc…

64. 5315 Saddle Drive; SATURDAY ONLY, 7AM-3PM; listed assorted clothing; furniture to include dresser, bar stools, and patio chairs; dishes; duct tape; pins; bedding; more misc…

65. 11107 Boyd Road; (off Jeske Road); SATURDAY ONLY, 7AM-6PM; selling a bed frame; dressers; saddle rack; children’s books; motorcycle jacket/chaps; blankets; coffee pots; car seat; TV trays; kitchen items; shoes; seat covers; DVD player; portable two way radios; caps; western hats; all size clothing, baby to adult; winter jackets; baby blankets; children’s play kitchen; assorted toys and a lot more…

66. 6711 FM 361; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM til ?; selling a small trailer, recliner, galvanized barrel, belt buckles and belts, quilt rack, jewelry, Christmas décor, jeans 18X29, assorted furniture, more small things…

67. 8221 Caroline; (off Janda Road); SAT, 7AM-4PM; SUN, 7AM-2PM; has name brand purses, jewelry, furniture, all types of clothing, dishes, more misc…

68. 7918 Fairchilds Blvd; (NOTE: This street runs off Janda, and is not the same as Fairchilds Road, which also intersects Janda nearby); SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-1PM; has for sale wall décor, an art easel, small children’s trunk, doll house, bookcase, TV stand, office chair, small desk, round end table, blankets and other bedding, kitchen items and misc…

69. 7939 Fairchilds Blvd; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-5PM; have assorted clothing, furniture, different types sports gear/sporting goods, dishes and etc..

70. 9823 Seiler Road; (Seiler extends from FM 361 to Zamanek Road and I forgot to tell you earlier that Zamanek Road becomes Oberrender Road at Roesler Road); SATURDAY ONLY, 7AM-4PM; Toddler boy’s clothing and toys, men’s clothing, kitchen wares and assorted misc…

71. 10111 Chmelik Road; (This is a short dead-end road which extends off Needville-Fairchilds Road near FM 361); SATURDAY ONLY, 7:30AM-5PM; selling a stainless sink; Sharp microwave oven; Ridgid cordless saw with charger/case; lots of misc. tools; Craftsman circle saw with case; 3 drawer tool box; framing gun; wheelbarrow; 8′ folding tables; gas grill; wireless HP printer; Bombay chest; Queen comforter sets; pots/pans; Foodsaver vacuum sealer; vacuum cleaner; set of wrought iron plant stands with baskets; vintage Tupperware; table linens; Christmas décor including wreaths; wireless speakers; computer speakers; bicycle; assorted home décor; jewelry; men’s Wrangler jeans and shirts; Dickie work shirts and new work pants; camping items including a table top grill, lanterns and more; crock pots; luggage; men’s wooden valet stand; and, a lot more misc. household items; she closes by writing “Bric-a-brac from three households on a decluttering mission.”  This is a good sale and I want to thank her for writing it legibly, which is not always the case…

72. 10014 Jeske Road; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-3PM; assorted furniture, small girl’s clothing and other clothing, household items and misc…

NOTE: The following two sales are in Rosewind addition; the main entrance is off Jeske, but there is a street that enters the subdivision on Roesler, just off Jeske. If you use it and take a left on the first street, you will find both sales; or you can take Harry off Needville-Fairchilds Road.

73. 10910 Harry Drive; SATURDAY ONLY; 7AM-3PM; has a kitchen table, household items, Igloo dog house, assorted tires, small girl’s and adult clothing and misc..

74. 11319 Dale-Jean Drive; SAT-SUN; 7AM-6:30PM; listing a lot of men’s Wrangler jeans, W 36-38, L 30-32; shirts, M-XL; coats; shoes; women’s XL clothing; Junior sizes; boy’s 5-7; men’s caps; wooden rocking chairs; food dehydrator; small electric appliances; household items; hearing aids; collectibles; toys; 2002 Ford F250 side mirrors; 2001 Ford F250 pickup, crew cab, diesel engine… and misc..

75. 12735 Roesler Road; SATURDAY ONLY, 7AM-2PM; have sofas, exercise equipment, tools, tires, lawn equipment, go-cart, mini-bike, car parts, beds, small refrigerator, mini pool table, lots of baseball/softball gear, DVDs, CDs, PSP, Playstation, X-box, treadmill, exercise bike, bunches of toys, big selection of Nike/Underarmor sports clothing, name brand girl’s/boy’s clothing, boots, large pitcher’s mound, and a lot more… this is a good sounding sale and is the first one they’ve had.. I would go early…

76. 15511 Highway 36; (between Roesler and FM 442 off Highway 36); SAT, 8AM-5PM; SUN, 8AM-12 NOON; listing bedroom, living room and office furniture; TVS; computer equipment; home décor; pictures; cookware; bedding; books; a lot of assorted clothing including women’s formal wear, wedding dress and more; Bowflex exerciser; treadmill; This is listed as a moving and estate sale, with lots more stuff…

77. 13929 FM 442; SAT-SUN, 7AM-2PM; have an Ethan Allen hardwood living room set with TV cabinet and coffee/end tables; hardwood dining table with extra leaves and chairs; Maytag washer; GE gas dryer; Queen bedroom set; 1997 Plymouth Breeze 4dr sedan, dark green, automatic; and more etc…

78. 15924 FM 442; SATURDAY ONLY, 6AM-6PM; has an antique dresser and night stand; 1950s dining table with 6 chairs; wood kitchen table; sofa and matching rocker; clothes washer; gas grill; exercise equipment; self-propelled lawnmower; 8X10 living room rugs; paddle boat; windshield for Kawasaki Mule 600/610 and more misc…

79. 16026 Highway 36; SAT, 7AM-5PM; SUN, 8AM-3PM; this sale is always a good one with a huge inventory than ranges from high quality on down to normal garage sale stuff; they have all types of toys for all age groups; old and new furniture of all types and finishes; wrought iron items; decorative metal items; lots of glassware; all types household items and home décor; tools; antique items; sausage stuffer; collectibles; collector comic books and sports cards; appliances; kitchen ware and way lots more… a good place to stop…

80. 16022 Clarence Street; (directly across 36 from above sale and a short block off of 36); SAT, 8AM-4PM; SUN, 9AM-12 NOON; have two Dearborn gas heaters; loveseat and sofa; Christmas décor, with some being new; all types of household items; women’s XL-3X clothing; assorted shoes and a lot more smalls…

81. 16400 Highway 36; (across 36 from high school); SATURDAY ONLY, 7:30AM til ?; 20 cf frostless refrigerator; small refrigerator; Queen/twin comforters; wooden quilt rack; small kitchen table; bath cabinet; picture frames, Beanie Babies; assorted clothing including some American Eagle; kitchen ware; knick knacks and a lot more…

82. 12030 Padon Road; (you can take Fritzella Road from 36 to this one); SAT, 7AM-5PM; SUN, 8AM-12 NOON; has household items, furniture, assorted clothing and a lot more… one seller is moving, so more stuff will be added…

83. 13451 Morgan Lane; SAT, 8AM-4PM; SUN, 8AM til ?; has small furniture items; collectible glassware; teen/adult clothing; yard art and lots of misc…

84. 12325 Dannhaus Road; SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-5PM; Some quality items here starting with 1920s Broyhill 10 piece dinette set; oak dining table with 6 chairs; vintage early American bedroom suite with double bed; Queen bedroom suite; single Jenny Lind bed; vintage Johnson Carper sofa with matching chair/wood trim; sofa and love seat; end tables; lamps; glassware; oak bar stools; handmade patchwork quilts for double bed; silverware set; dinnerware; kitchen items; home décor; various small antique items including mantel clocks, meat grinder, poppy seed grinder, cross cut saw, cotton scales, monkey wrench, tobacco cutter, corn sheller and an accordion; machinist tools; machinist tool box; air compressor; Skill metal cutter; refrigerator; charcoal grill of 1/4 inch metal and much more…

85. 11504 Dannhaus Road; SATURDAY ONLY; 7AM-7PM; have assorted toys; home décor; women’s clothing in M-L; 3T-5T girl’s clothing; furniture for children’s room including a twin mattress, and more small items…

86. 603 County Road 18; (this one is at Damon, which is about 8 miles south of Needville on Highway 36. County road 18 runs off 36 by the Barta cotton gin and the sale is on the left a short distance down that road. This one is not on the map); SATURDAY ONLY, 7AM-5PM; Will have all sizes of bedding; towel sets; clothing for men/women/teen girl; also, Miss Me jeans; assorted household items; artwork; a cow hide; equipment for horses; books; kitchen items; art and craft items; patio furniture; fixtures for home construction including towel bars, lock sets and lighting fixtures; medium to small TVs with DVD and VCR; and more…. A good sale to end with…

 

Thanks again to all the buyers/sellers and we hope you had a successful sale.  I’ll take the liberty of closing with a short editorial comment.  Since the Citywide Sale has proven to be so successful, we have noted that fewer residents are registering, while still holding sales.  This is especially true inside Needville itself, and it is a disheartening situation. When the Citywide Sale was started some 15 years ago, no one really knew what would transpire.  One thing we did know was that we had to attract buyers from a broad area, which required advertising which in turn required money. At that time, it was decided to charge all participants a nominal fee. All this money was to be used for advertising costs and any other related expenses, and over the years, this has remained the case. We began with minimal advertising, and as the years passed, the advertising efforts were increased, which meant increased expenses.  As an example, the sale is now advertised in over 40 newspapers and other media outlets as well.  All the buyers you see don’t just show up here by accident.  It has taken a concerted effort over a period of years to build a “customer base” and that effort must be ongoing.

 

Hence, our concern with the lack of support from the actual sellers.  The sale does now draw funds from a city entity, but that does not preclude support by those of you holding sales.  This all began in an attempt to help the community in general, and in that regard, it has certainly been a success. That success is not guaranteed to continue, and we feel that unless this remains a community effort, it will ultimately fail. 

 

Another concern we have is how this lack of support is perceived by visitors to the sale. These people can clearly observe the growth in unregistered sales, and in the eyes of many, this is a poor reflection on the community.  I have spoken with several visitors who expressed their concern and a lot of people in your own community are concerned as well.

 

All we ask is that you consider all the ramifications involved and the negative images this lack of participation imparts.  And that is not asking too much. 

 

Off the soapbox now and sincere thanks to a wonderful supporter, Jason Laviolette.  Jason publishes needvillenews.com, among many other endeavors. A couple of years ago he volunteered to allow this sales list and the maps to be downloaded from his website, and a lot of people have used that service.  Thanks so much.

 

The sale organizers may also open their own Facebook page prior to the next sale. If that occurs, it will be publicized.  Thanks…

 

MeetTheJays

Meet the Jays Saturday, August 9 at Blue Jay Stadium

MeetTheJaysNeedville High School coaching staff  have scheduled a day of free activities and a hamburger fundraising meal for the community to Meet the Jays, on Saturday, August 9, 2014.

The morning will begin with Needville  team and individual pictures starting with Varsity Football beginning at 8AM.

The Blue Jay Spirit Store will open for business at 4:00 pm for fans to stock up on Needville Blue Jay and Lady Jay attire for the upcoming season.

Freshman and JV Football teams will hold intrasquad scrimmages at 4:30 and 5: 15 respectively to showcase their preseason prep.

The fundraising meal will be served from 5:00-6:30pm. Proceeds support the Needville Blue Jay Booster Club.

Welcome and Introduction to the 2014-201 Needville Coaching Staff, Athletic Teams, Athletic Booster Club, Band Boosters, and High School Band will begin at 6:30pm.

The Varsity Football intrasquad scrimmage will be held after the team introductions beginning at 7:15pm and the Needville High School Band will perform.

For more information or questions, please contact Tony Novosad at 832-595-4420

Catherine Riggle

Funeral services for Catherine Riggle, 83, of Needville, TX are set for Saturday, 8/9/2014 at 2:00 P.M. at Garmany & Carden Funeral Directors Chapel, 3103 School Street, Needville, TX 77461 with a private family burial to follow.

A time of visitation will be held Friday, 8/8/2014 from 5-7 P.M. at Garmany & Carden Funeral Directors Chapel, 3103 School Street, Needville, TX 77461.

Catherine Inez Davey Wright Riggle died Wednesday; July 30th, 2014 at 7:40 P.M. in Needville, Texas. She was a beloved daughter, sister, wife, mother, great-grandmother, and teacher. She was born September 21, 1930 in Louisville, Kentucky to Walter Ignacius and Carrie Essie Gregory Davey. She was also blessed with a sister, Janet Mae Davey Champagne.CatherineRiggle

Although born in Kentucky, Catherine was raised in Providence, Rhode Island. She collected and pasted in a myriad of albums, pictures of her youth and young adulthood. There really were pictures of her walking to school in the snow bundled from head to toe and wearing snow boots! There were also pictures of Catherine playing with her family and their Cocker Spaniel, going to Church, and school dances. Many pictures also showed her family at the beach in Cape Cod, Massachusetts and their family home in Narragansett, Rhode Island.

Catherine had so many fun and funny stories to tell about her childhood. But, one story she told of a near tragedy showed the bravery and heroism of her mother, Mrs. Davey. On Catherine’s birthday in 1938, her mother took Catherine, her sister and some friends to a movie in downtown Providence. When they left the movie, there was a terrible storm outside. Patrons tried to get back inside the movie theater away from the rushing water in the street; but, the manager locked the doors and would not let them in. In winds up to 100 miles per hour and torrential rains pouring down on them while skirting fallen power lines, Mrs. Davey and her young charges traveled by foot and home to safety. This horrific storm is now known as the Great New England Hurricane of 1938.

While living in Providence, Catherine met her first husband. Elvin Doyle Wright was a member of the United States Navy. He served during the Korean War and was stationed in Reykjavik, Iceland. Catherine and Doyle met while he was on leave in Rhode Island. They married shortly after she completed her Bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the Rhode Island College of Education.

Doyle was transferred to Texas where they ultimately made their home. In 1958, along with her father-in law and brother-in-law, Catherine and Doyle built their own home in Needville. They had six children: Walter, John, Robert, Patsy, Wayne, and Kathleen. There are so many stories to share; but, one in particular was during another hurricane. The family decided to leave Needville and seek shelter at the Wright family home in Groveton during Hurricane Carla. On the way to Groveton, the family stopped near the Trinity River to baptize Kathleen who was less than a month old. In 1967, Catherine and Doyle were divorced.

Catherine was a first grade school teacher in the Needville Independent School District for almost 30 years. Catherine had a wealth of friends in the administration, faculty, and staff at the elementary school. In particular, Geraldine Waits Winkelman was a friend whose laughter and wit made her an adopted family member. Catherine, Geraldine and the kids shared many summer evenings making ice cream and playing croquet. In later years, Catherine brought home another good friend that the entire family loved. Her name was Dee Briscoe and she was a new kindergarten teacher. It brought so much joy to Catherine and the entire family when a few years later, her son John married Dee and gave her another daughter. Catherine loved being a teacher and she loved her students. She prepared handmade gifts for them for the holidays. She was always so happy and pleased as the years passed and she witnessed her students graduating from high school and becoming young, successful adults raising their own families.

Catherine was a talented seamstress. She could also crochet and knit. Through their early years, the family of eight would attend Easter Mass in matching attire. The boys all wore matching shirts and the girls matching dresses. Like her mother, Catherine worked on a Singer sewing machine and lovingly made clothes for she and the girls. She made dresses, bathing suits, coats, sweaters, and scarves. When she was no longer able to perform the hand-sewing due to carpal tunnel syndrome, Catherine began quilting. Many of her grandchildren were given these quilts for their high school graduations.

A few years before Catherine retired from Needville ISD in 1986, she met and married Wallace Riggle. Catherine retired from school so that she could travel across the United States with Wallace. As a union electrician, Wallace was able to procure employment almost anywhere. He customized the interior of a van for them to travel from job to job and they were off! As he got closer to retirement, they purchased a travel trailer. For several years, they were on the road much of the time. They had friends all across America. Some of her children called Catherine, “Ramblin” after Rambling Rose.

Catherine and Wallace’s rambling days drew to a close as Catherine began displaying the early stages of Alzheimer’s Disease. Wallace took loving care of her at home until he was encouraged to seek the help of the wonderful staff at the SPJST Rest Home in Needville. She lived in the rest home for several years and was cared for with great love until her death. Her family wishes to convey their utmost thanks for the years of love and service from the staff at the SPJST Rest Home.

Catherine was predeceased by her parents, sister, two spouses, and one step grandson Bobby Riggle. She left behind a great legacy of love through her children: Walter and Daphne Wright of Austin; John and Dee Wright of Richmond; Robert and Madge Wright of Burgettstown, Pennsylvania; Patsy and Roger Collins of Huntsville; Wayne and Becky Wright of Conroe, Kathleen Wright of Dickinson and stepson Robert Wayne and Kathy Riggle of Arlington. Her grandchildren are: Camille Parks, Walker Parent, Cheryl Zwahr, Christopher Wright, Erica Alvarez, Casey and Eric Boyer, Clair, Austin, and Ellyse Collins, Nathan and Carlos Wright, Cassidy and Dallan Hayworth, Deanna Greer, Daniel Davis, Stacey Reynolds, and Matt Riggle. She also has 21 great- grandchildren: Desmond and Lucian Parks, Cale and Canton Zwahr, Chloe and Dalton Wright, Casey Rae, Colton, Cayden, Brooke and Meadow Boyer, Madeline Wright, Toby, Julie, and Austin Jenks, Tyler, Trevor, and Katelyn Greer, Dominique, Hailey and Alexandra Davis. She also has a wealth of nieces, nephews and friends that will sorely miss her; but, cherish her memory.

Condolence messages may be written for the Riggle family at www.garmanycarden.com.

Memorials may be giving in her memory to Needville I.S.D., P.O. Box 412, Needville, TX 77461.

Services are under the direction of Garmany & Carden Funeral Directors, 3103 School Street, Needville, TX 77461 (979)793-4515.

Bobby Joe Worthy

BobbyWorthyBobby Joe Worthy, 69, of Needville, TX passed away Sunday, July 27, 2014. Bobby was born January 7, 1945, in Gladewater, TX, to Howard Worthy and C. Inez Worthy. His step-father was Clinton Thorson. Bobby was married to Margaret Worthy of Needville, and they had three children. Bobby served in the United States Army and fought in the Vietnam War. He was very patriotic and proud to display the United States Flag. He was an avid fisherman and would spend many weekends camping out at the beach and Matagorda Bay. Bobby was also a good mechanic and could fix just about anything. We called him “Jack of All Trades”.

Bobby is survived by his children; son Robert Worthy and wife Michelle of Houston; daughter DeeAnn Orellana and husband Sam of Needville; daughter Sara Zakem and husband Cole of Needville; grand-children Elizabeth “Lizzy”, Jonathon, Isabelle, Joseph, Sofia, Alysa, Wesley and Blayne. He is also survived by siblings James Worthy of Conroe, Betty Walger of Rosenberg, Kenneth Worthy of Cuero, and Raymond Thorson of Needville, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

A celebration service of Bobby’s life will be held at Needville Community Church at 2:00 PM on Saturday, August 2, 2014, with Pastor Monty Kelley officiating.

Memorials may be given to the Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 75817, Topeka, Kansas 66675, or online at www.woundedwarriorproject.org.

Condolence messages may be written for the Worthy family at www.garmanycarden.com.

Services under the direction of Garmany and Carden Funeral Directors, 1201 Fourth Street, Rosenberg, TX 77471 (281)342-4671.

Fort Bend Museum Marks 125th Anniversary of Jaybird-Woodpecker Battle

A Scene of Strife: The Jaybird Woodpecker Battle Exhibit, Reenactment, and Lecture Series:

On July 8, the Fort Bend County Museum opened a new exhibit entitled “A Scene of Strife: The Jaybird Woodpecker Battle.”  In conjunction with this exhibit, the Museum will be presenting a lecture series (see titles below) and walking tours. The walking tours will take place after the Saturday lectures and will be specific to the events discussed in each lecture.

To commemorate the 125th anniversary of the Jaybird Woodpecker Battle on August 16th, a costumed reenactment will be conducted on the streets of Richmond near City Hall. Starting at 6pm, when the original shoot out took place, actors will portray the historic figures who played a part in the conflict in 1889.

 

The lecture series will be presented at the 1908 Historic County Courthouse and will be free of charge and open to the public. The Fort Bend County Historical Commission has just completed the reprinting of “The Jay Birds of Fort Bend County,” the history of the conflict and the Jaybird Association that grew out of it by Pauline Yelderman. The books will be on sale at the Fort Bend County Museum, 500 Houston Street, Richmond.

 

Lecture series(remaining):

Saturday, August 2 at 4 PM

The Jay Bird – Woodpecker Saga by Bruce Kelly

PowerPoint presentation on the tensions leading up to the fight for political power in Fort Bend County and the battle that ensued on the streets of Richmond.

Bruce Kelly is a technical writer, historian and student of history, board member of Sugar Land Heritage Foundation, and FBC Historical Commissioner.

 

Thursday, August 21 at 7 PM and Saturday, August 23 at 4 PM

…With Liberty and Justice For All??? by Wolfram M. Von-Maszewski

Discussion centers on the legal history that led to the break-up of the Jaybirds’ stronghold that deprived certain voters from exercising their rights.

Wolfram M. Von-Maszewski retired as manager of the Genealogy and Local History Department at George Memorial Library, Richmond, Texas. He has translated and published on the subject of German-Texan history.

For more information, please visit Fort Bend Museum website:

http://www.fortbendmuseum.org/jw_battle.shtml

Donnette Hall

Donnette Hall

Donnette Hall, 73, of Burkes Garden, VA, passed away Saturday, July 26, 2014 at Carilion Tazewell Community Hospital in Tazewell, VA. Born September 22, 1940 in Farrar, TX, she was a daughter of the late Donald and Nettie Lindley Reese. Donnette graduated from Groesbeck, TX High School and attended Sam Houston State University, graduating with a degree in Business and a minor in English with a Teaching Certificate. She taught school in Texas at Damon ISD for two years and at Needville High School for thirty-two years where she taught typing, short-hand and note taking. One of her students was a Texas state champion in typing. She was very proud to be a part of the Needville Blue Jay family. Donnette was a sixth generation Texan and member of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, James Reese.

Donnette is survived by her husband of 51 years, Jon Hall and her beloved dog Chipper, of Burkes Garden, VA; two sons, Bret Hall and his wife Kimberly of Burkes Garden, VA and Steven Hall and his wife Pamela of Spotsylvania, VA; a sister-in-law, Bobbie Reese of Stafford, TX; four grandchildren, Ethan Hall of Chicago, IL, Abby Hall of Columbus, OH, and Elizabeth and Emily Hall of Spotsylvania, VA.

Graveside services and interment will be held at 10:00 AM Saturday, August 2, 2014 at the Damon Public Cemetery in Damon, TX.

In lieu of flowers, the family would encourage a memorial tribute to The Alzheimer’s Association P.O. Box 96011 Washington, DC 20090-6011 or the Needville High School Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 412, Needville, TX 77461.

Condolence messages may be written for the Hall family at www.garmanycarden.com.

Services are under the direction of Garmany & Carden Funeral Directors, 1201 Fourth Street, Rosenberg, TX 77471 (281)342-4671.