White Deer News (White Deer, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 9, 1969 Page: 1 of 8
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’ARSON CBUNTY FREE HIM*'
Carso.. County Lite-ary
White Deer News
NUMBER 34 WHITE DEER NEWS, WHITE DEER, CARSON COUNTY, TEXAS 79097_THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1969
"6" Bucks Snow
Canadian 46-0 As
Six Hit Pay Dirt
The “B” team traveled! to Cana-
dian this past Thursday and trounc-
ed the Wildcats 46-0.
No less than six boys got into
the scoring column. Mitch Abbott
scored two touchdowns, one on a
five yard run and the other on a 40
yard punt return which was keyed
by four great blocks by Tim Huck-
ins, Kim Slagle, Max Britten and
Terry Rhoads. Kim Slagle scored
on a 65 yard sweep, Tim Huckins
scored on a five yard burst up the
middle, Randy Blumer on a five
yard run, Terry Rhoads on an 8
yard scamper, and Joe Mitchell on
an 8 yard pass from Roger Mea-
The defense was led by Randy
iMereer, who was the leading tack-
ier with 15. Three fumbles were re-
covered — one each by David!
Burns, Johnny Freeman and Oddie
Nickell, and one pass was inter-
cepted by Randy Blumer.
Coach Arlen Kaiser stated, “Our
overall play was good. I was espe-
cially happy with the play of the
substitutes. Some of these boys had!
not played a great deal before but
they carried out their assignments
real well. These boys: were Roger
Meadows, David Burns, Darrell
Ewing, Mike Ledford and Joe Mit-
“Randy Blumer ran exceptionally
well, as did Tim Huckins.”
Tb,e “B” boys will play Sanford-
Pritich on the home field at 7:00
VANDALS HIT TWICE AT !
CARS OF LOCAL RESIDENTS
Coach Arlen Kaiser’s Volkswagen
was the victim of vandals Friday
night at the football field when a
tire was slashed by a knife during
or shortly after the football game
A car belonging to the John
Keefe’s sustained damage last
Thrusday night when vandals broke
into the locked car, and cut wires
under the dlash. The 8 track stereo
tape player was taken. The car had
been parked at the football field
while the “B” team journeyed to
Canadian, and the damge was
found when the team returned be-
PUBLIC INVITED TO HEAR
EXPLANATION OF NEW
SPEED READING COURSE
The DevelopMental Training Ser-
vices of Texas are inviting the. pub-
lic to a free explanation meeting of
the famous Rapid Reading Seminar
on Tuesday, October 14, at 7:37
p.m. in the 'high school cafeteria.
Come and see how the famous
program, Which helped President
John F. Kennedy read over 1200
words per minute, can also be help-
ful to you.
The local seminar is being spon-
sored by the White Deer Lions
Services Held For
P. H Hawkins, 52,
Saturday, Oct. 4
Funeral services for Phil Hern-
don Hawkins, 52, Panhandle ranchi-
er and farmer, were held Saturday,
October 4, in Blackburn-Shaw Me-
morial Chapel in Amarillo. Mr.
Hawkins died at his home Friday
A Christian Science reader offi-
ciated. Burial was in Amarillo Me-
morial Park Cemetery.
A native of Lawton, Oklahoma,
Mr. Hawkins had served as vice-
president of Panhandle Ground Wa-
ter District, as commander of Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars, and board
member of the Fanhmadle Country
Club. For 13 years he served on
the Panhandle school board- and
was on Rep. Bob Price’s agricul-
tural advisory committee.
Survivors include his wife,, Ar-
lene; a son, Jerry of Panhandle;
a daughter, Mrs. Cheryl Howard of
Amarillo; a sister, Mrs. Barbara
Patterson; and a grandson.
Little Bucks Take
For Third Victory
The Little Bucks met the Clar-
endon Colts in Buck Stadium Sep-
tember 25 and extended their win-
ning streak to 3 in a row.
After ia slow start, the Little
Bucks broke loose in the second
quarter to score two touchdowns
!to go in at half time with a 14-6
lead. They soon added another ini
the third period along with a safety
to post a 22-0 on the score board* 1 2 3.
This ended th,e scoring for the
night, although one TD was called
back on a penalty called for off-
The defense was great in clutch
situations, and held a fine Claren-
don team scoreless.
The Little Bucks enjoyed an open
date last week. They have been
working hard getting ready fo£
their upcoming battle tonight with
the Wheeler Colts. The game will be
'at Wheeler at 6:00 p.m.
Wheeler will be the toughest
'team the Little Bucks have faced
this year. They know they will have
to play their best game so far in
order to win. They will need all the
help they can get, so why don’t you
plan to go to Wheeler tonight and
'hack the Little Bucks?
SERVICES ARE HELD FOR
MOTHER OF RESIDENT
Funeral services for Mrs. Rena
Adler, 79, Were held Saturday in
the Zion Congregational Church of
Mrs. Adler had been visiting with
her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Kaiser,
in Skellytown since August.
Among the survivors are a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Clarence Kaiser of Skelly-
town; a grandson, Arlen D. Kaiser;
and a great grandson, Mark Kaiser
of White Deer.
Stratford 22, Spearman.'21
Hereford 15, Dalhart 6,( 1
Canyon 19, Dalhart 8
Boys Ranch 19, Silverton 0
Panhandle 28, Sanford-Fritcfa 0
Stinnett 20, Claude 0
Shamrock 32, Memphis 0
Groom 14, Wheeler 6
Sunray 30, Keyes, Okla., 7
Graver 34, Booker 0
Plainview 28, Pampa 8
"PARABLE" FILM IS WELL
RECEIVED BY 35 YOUNG
PEOPLE SUNDAY NIGHT
The Coffee House showing of the
film “Parable” received good re-
sponse from the teenagers viewing
it on Sunday night. A group dis-
cussion was held following the
film, with Rev. Marvin Roark and
Rev. James Gurzenski moderating
The group enjoyed the pop corn
prepared in the machine recently
donated to the Coffee House by Mr.
John Morris. Approximately 35
young people were in attendance.
LIONS CARNIVAL PLANS
SHAPING US AS CONCERN
WILL HELP WITH PRIZES
On Tuesday night of this week a
representative of Fun Services, In-
corporated met with the board of
directors of the White Deer Lions
Club to present a plan to furnish
the game prizes for the White Deer
Halloween Carnival. After going
over the services offered by the rep-
resentative of the nationally fran-
chised company, the board voted to
Prizes donated by the local mer-
chants will still 'be used1 in the bin-
Don Peoples of Panhandle is the
franchise holder for Fun Services
in the Texas Panhandle.
Claude, Vega and Fritch have al-
ready used Fun Services during
1969. Others in our area using Fun
Services are Borger High School
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitchell, 406
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trimble,
300 S. Swift
Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Norrid,
Skellytown Man Injured In
Two-Car Collision Monday
Tom Sbrigley, 75, of Skellytown
was admitted to Highland General
Hospital Monday afternoon after re-
ceiving injuries in a two-car acci-
dent in Skellytown:. Mr. Sbrigley
suffered head injuries when his car
collieded with one driven by Jerry
Evans escaped injuries and one
of the two passengers sustained
only slight injuries.
Bucks Take Tigers
28-12 For Second
White Deer Bucks took their sec-
ond win of the season Friday night
from the 2-A McLean Tigers on the
home field, 28-12. The Bucks now
have a 2-2 won-lost record for the
season. All four games were non-
Halfback David Guinn led in the
scoring department with three TDs
on runs of 3, 5 and 18 yards. Half-
back David Guinn scored first for
the Bucks after going 40 yards in
the first period. At halftime the
Bucks led 20-0.
Mike Mercer recoverd two M!c-
Lean fumbles of the game. Duke
got White Deer’s only second half
score in the third quarter on a five
yard run. Tailback Lonnie Lane
ran 'the conversion. Lane led the
Bucks in rushing with 121 yards!
on 18 carries and went over the
100 yard mark for the fourth con-
secutive game. Lane now has 450
yards rushing for the season.
McLean was held to only 35 yards
rushing, but scored on a 42-yard
pass from David Brown to George
Danner in toe final quarter. Again
Brown hit Steve Thacker with a
4-ya.rd touchdown pass near the
end of the game. -
SCORE BY QUARTERS
McLean .......... 0 0 0 12—12
White Deer ....... 12 8 8 0—27
GAME IN FIGURES
Voter Registration information Listed For 1970 Elections
Fire Prevention Week Delayed
Fire Prevention Week was not
observed in the focal schools dur-
ing National Fire Prevention Week
because of six weeks tests being
given at this time. It was reported
to The News that it would be ob-
Served at ia later date.
The registration period; the vot-
The period for registering to vote
in toe 1970 elections begins on Oc-
tober 1, 1969; and ends on January
The 1970 voting year begins on
March 1, 1970, and ends on, Febru-
ary 28, 1971. This is toe period for
Which toe registration is effective.
Necessity for registration:
The general rale is that no one
can vote without having registered.
A former exemption from registra-
tion for persons over 60 years old
who did not live in a city of 10,000
or more inhabitants is no longer
in effect. The only major excep-
tion to toe general requirement for
registration is for persons who are
absent from their county of res-
idence in active military service.
Qualifications for voting:
The required qualifications for
1. Citizens of the United States.
2. Over 21 years old on the day
of toe election.
3. Resident of 'the county for at
least one year immediately preced-
ing election day.
3. Resident of the state for at
least six months immediately pre-
ceding election day — required for
voting in focal elections but not re-
quired for voting on statewide of-
cises and issues. (Residence m toe
city for six months is required fo
voting in city elections).
Persons (convicted of a felony
who have not had their right of suf
frage restored and persons who are
under an adjudgment of mental in-
compentency cannot vote.
Who is eligible to register during
the October 1 - January 31 period:
Any person who already fulfills
the requirements stated above, or
who will fulfill them before toe end
of the 1970 voting year on Febru-
ary 28, 1971, may register during
the regular period. Persons regis
tering before they meet toe age or
residence rquirements cannot vote
until toe requirements are met.
Their registration certificates will
show toe date on which they will
become eligible to vote.
Who must register during the reg-
All persons already meeting toe
requirements for voting listed above
must register by January 31, 1970.
They cannot register after that
Persons who will become 21 years
old by January 21 must register
by that date and cannot register
later. (Persons becoming 21 after
January 31 may register during toe
regular period, and may also reg-
ister at any time afterward, but
must have been registered for 30
days before they can vote on the
Persons who were residents of
Texas on October 1, 1969, must reg-
ister by January 31, 1970, regard-
less of whether they have met toe
..... First Downs .......
245 . .
.. Rushjng Yardage ....
... Passing Yardage .....
Passes Completed —
____ Punts, Average —
.....Fumbles Lost .......
... Yards Penalized ...
Bucks are on toe road
night, October 10, going to
Claude for their final non-district
October 17, toe Bucks
on the home field with
for the annual Homecoming
one-year residence requirement by
that date and regardless of wheth-
er they will have lived in toe county
of present residence for six months.
('Persons moving into Texas after
October 1, 1969, may register dur-
ing the regular period, and may
register at any time 'afterward but
must have been registered for 30
days before they can vote on the
Where to register:
A person must register as a voter
of the county and precinct where
he has his permanent residence
(domicile). He makes his applca-
tion for registration to the county
tax assessor-collector of that coun-
ty. The application may be made
either by mail, on a voter appli-
cation form which can be obtained
from the assessor-collector’s office,
or by personal appearance in the
assessor-dollector’s office, or before
a deputy who has been authorized
to serve at some other location.
There is no charge for registra-
Application though an agent:
The husband1, wife, father, moth-
er, son or daughter of a voter may
act as the voter’s agent in apply
ing for registration if the relative
is a qualified voter in the same
county. Except for these listed rel-
atives, which do not include per-
sons related by marriage (in-laws),
no one may act as agent for the
voter in applying for registration.
FUNERAL SERVICES HELD
THIS AFTERNOON FOR
MOTHER OF MRS. KELP
Funeral services for Mrs. Hattie
Myatt, 68, mother of Mrs. Frank
Kelp- of White Deer, will be held
at 2:00 p.m. today in toe Colonial
Chapel of Carmichael-Whatley Fu-
deral Directors of Pampa. Rev.
H. Dewitt Seago, First United Meth-
odist Church, and Rev. Dan B.
Cameron, First Baptist Church of
Pampa, will officiate.
Mrs. Myatt died at 2:45 a.m.
Tuesday at Highland General Hos-
pital after a lengthy illness.
She was bom March 15, 1901, at
Comanche and moved to Pampa
January 1, 1931, from Vernon. She
was married to Cecil W. Myatt
August 27, 1918, at Purcell, Okla-
homa. She was a member of the
First United Methodist Church of
Survivors are her husband, of
the home; one son, Ed A. Myatt,
Pampa; five daughters, Mrs. Frank
Kelp, White Deer; Mrs. Ben Ralls,
San Antonio; Mary Myatt, Red Riv-
er, N. M.; Mrs. Merle Bohlander,
Pampa; and Mrs. Frank Healy,
Ishmir, Turkey; one sister, Mrs.
Ada Crawford, Wichita Falls; one
brother, Luther Brock, Dallas; and
Interment will be in Fairview
Cemetery of Pampa. Pallbearers
were Joe Miller (Pampa), Clarence
Comer, Gene Hall, Floyd Watson;
Flaudie Gallman and G. L. Crad-
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