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The Elizabeth Wilcox Wallis Chapter No. 1794 of Rockdale received its charter March 7, 1923. The charter was signed by 26 charter members and the organizer, Mrs. Annie Grace Drake. Members numbered 66 persons. In 1923 they celebrated the joint birthdays of Lee and Jackson on January 19 with an opening meeting at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Wilcox Wallis. Also in the report it stated that the club gave a national flag and a state flag on April 30, 1924, to the Rockdale High School. Stuart Austin Wier of Dallas made the address. On May 30th they observed Memorial Day, placing flags on the graves of soldiers. Growing out of this Memorial Day Rally was the compiling of a list of the soldier dead of Milam County. When the flu epidemic was raging the winter before, they sent flowers to sick and shut-ins.

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Stuart Austin Wier was a skilled Construction Engineer who continued in this line of work until the depression limited his market so severely that he could not earn the income he required. He reassessed his situation, knowledge, talents, and needs, and ultimately decided to change his profession to law; Weir went back to school and took the courses he needed to become a corporate lawyer. Despite the fact that the depression had not ended, he completed his training, passed the Bar Exam, and quickly built a lucrative law practice, in Dallas, Texas; in fact, Weir was so successful that he was turning away clients.

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Stuart Austin Wier, 64, of 6826 Clayton, a lawyer, writer, and lecturer, died Thursday in a hospital after a long illness. Wier had law offices in the Davis Building and was associated with Atty. Howard Moore. He was a native of (Avoyelles) Parish, La., he attended Louisiana State Normal College, Rice Institute, the University of Chicago Southern Methodist University, Cornell University and George Washington University. He served in the Army Engineer Corps during World War I. After the war, he was a lecturer under the auspices of the Chicago Welfare League and Chicago newspapers. A resident of Dallas for 40 years, he began a general law practice in 1931. His books covered a wide range of fields: Art and Science of Selling; How to Remember; Shakespeare: Re-Creator of Shakespeare, and the Rise of Individualism From a Legal Standpoint. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in George A. Brewer Funeral Chapel, 3603 Ross, with the Rev. David W. Brown officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Survivors are his wife; one son, Lt. Cmdr. Richard A. Wier of Jacksonville, Fla.; one daughter, Mrs. John Murtaugh of Everett, Wash.; two brothers, Harvey Wier of Opelousas, La., and D. Lee Wier of Houston; two sisters, Miss Claudia Wier and Miss May Wier, both of Dallas, and two grandchildren.Hi! Stuart Austin Wier was my great great grandfather. I would like to know where you found this information about him? I’m performing genealogical research for my family. Thank you.
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Stuart Austin Wier prepared himself as a Construction Engineer and followed this line of work until the depression limited his market to where it did not give him the income he required. He took inventory of himself, decided to change his profession to law, went back to school and took special courses by which he prepared himself as a corporation lawyer. Despite the fact the depression had not ended, he completed his training, passed the Bar Examination, and quickly built a lucrative law practice, in Dallas, Texas; in fact he is turning away clients.

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In the words of Stuart Austin Wier we raise our cup and drink this toast to ex-king Edward and Wallis Simpson: "Blessed is the man who has come to know that our muted thoughts are our sweetest thoughts. "Blessed is the man who, from the blackest depths, can see the luminous figure of LOVE, and seeing, sing; and singing, say: `Sweeter far than uttered lays are the thoughts I have of you.'"

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