The Paducah Post (Paducah, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1950 Page: 3 of 12
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THE PADUCAH POST, PADUCAH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, 1950
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fischer
are cordially invited to attend
one of the following features
THURSDAY - FRIDAY
“THE BIG LIFT”
SAT., NOV. 11
SUNDAY - MONDAY
TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY
By 49-14 Score
Guthrie’s Jaguars kayoed the
New Home Eagles by a rollicking
49-14 score at Guthrie, Friday.
Coach Speck Green’s squad tore
through for long gains on the
ground, completed 16 of 21 passes
and intercepted three opposition
aerials in the triumph.
Every man on the Guthrie
starting line-up scored except
Ruck Smith who set up one
touchdown catching a pass for 30
yards. Scoring for the King Co-
unty were: Billy Ray Morrow, 30
points; Van Bradford, 6 points;
Dewey Stone, 6 points; Roy Bob
Keith, 6 points and Darrell Kirk-
land, 1 point.
Stonecifer scored two touch-
downs for New Home and Mason
kicked both extra points.
Billy Ray Morrow, high scor-
ing Guthrie halfback, made the
outstanding run of the game, gal-
loping 75 yards to the goal from
a bootleg play. Van Bradford
was outstanding on defense for
The Jaguars played what Coach
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Green labeled “their best game
of the season” although ■vyithout
the services of Billy Myers. Myers,
who broke his collar bone the
first day of the season and got
back into action only last week,
broke it again two days before
the game in a workout.
Spur Smashes Past
Spur hit the crippled Abernathy
Antelopes with a 26-0 defeat at
Spur, Friday. Charlie Grimland,
as usual, was the flaming spirit
for the Bulldogs running two
touchdowns and passing for a
Grimland passed 28 yards to
Paul Simmons for the first score
in the second quarter and. ran
another over in the waning min-
utes of the first half on a quar-
terback sneak after Spur recov-
ered an opposition fumble on the
three yard line.
Grimland intercepted a Harold
Cunningham pass and ran 75
yards for another score. Sub
Quarterback Billy Haver hit Vern
Me Alpine with a 42-yard scoring
pass for the final six pointer.
Spur made 15 first downs on
338 yards rushing while the Ante-
lopes managed 10 first downs
from 171 yards running.
Tulia defeated Floydada 13-0
at Tulia to stay tied for the loop
lead and give the Whirlwinds
their fifth conference loss of the
Halfback W. T. Simmons
sprinted 97 yards through center
in the third quarter to make the
second touchdown which sewed
up the game for the Hornets.
Halfback Boyd Vaughn ran 26
yards for the first touchdown and
Dwane Luke, quarterback, kicked
the extra point.
For Nov. 11-12
The regular fall convention
held annually by the 18th Dis-
trict has been called for Novem-
ber 11th and 12th in Shamrock.
Every Legionnaire and Auxiliary
member in the entire 18th Dis-
trict is invited and urged to atr
tend. The Shamrock Legion Post
has guaranteed a good program
both Saturday and Sunday.
The following Department Offi-
cers will attend: William F. (Bill)
Elkins, Department Commander;
Mrs. Minnye Lyle, Department
Auxiliary President; Chaplain
Lester D. Cochran, Department
Chaplain; Bill McCraw, Depart-
ment Membership Chairman;
Charlie Gibson, 5th Division Com-
mander; and Mrs. Cathryn Pitt,
18th District Auxiliary President.
The call of this convention was
issued by the 18th District Com-
mander, Rhea Smith, and he
urges all eligible Legionnaires
ATTEND SMU-TEXAS GAME
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Robertson,
Mr. and Mrs. Harrall Bigham, Jim
Bob and Verne Jackson attended
the SMU-Texas football game in
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was famous for the simple,
hearty lives of its citizens.
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Hinds, Alfred. The Paducah Post (Paducah, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1950, newspaper, November 9, 1950; Paducah, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1060422/m1/3/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bicentennial City County Library.