Jacksboro Gazette-News (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. EIGHTY-SIXTH YEAR, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1966 Page: 2 of 8
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Jacksboro, Texas, Gazette-News
Thursday, October 13, 1966
said he likes the Veterans Home
at Washington D. C., where he is
now making his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ramsey and
others have been visiting Mrs.
Mrs. A. D. Willis
First bale of cotton for 1966 was ,, . . ______ ,
brought in by Bill Harris of Lone Jg* Dav.s who is recqpenrtug st
if w? Ik® o«or the home of her daughter. Mrs.
Carol Lothridge in Weatherford.
Star. It weighed out 535 lbs. after
precessing at Pate Gin, a good
grade and was taken on to the
compressor at Seymour.
Dr. C. 0. Ramzy, Jr., Jacksboro
will speak to Perrin PTA (Thurs-
day evening) on new legislation
that effects school children. Every-
one is invited to come, to join and
make this 4he best PTA year yet.
Ralph Rankin is visiting his
mother, Mrs. Lelia Davis, the J.
L. Browns and other relatives. He
Mrs. Jack Francis has been at-
tending her mother, Mrs. J. M.
Clay of Barton Chapel, who has
been at the Jack County Hospital
for several days. A. B. Renfro
has returned from Jack County
Hospital. Mrs. Weldon Cranford
was in a Mineral Wells Hospital
five days with the flu.
som Smith and daughter, Mrs.
Dick Wells, Newcastle; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Glidewell, Mrs. M. B.
Newsom; and Rev. and Mrs. Don
Tatum, Bryson. Rev. Joe Bob
Alexander of McKinney, with Mrs.
Roy Milton at the piano, furnished
the music, for the funeral.
Messrs, and Mmes. Marvin
Francis and Johnnie Webb have
been visiting relatives in Mississi-
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Hill of
Wichita Falls have been visiting
the Hugh Smiths and Alvin Tuck-
ers. New siding has been added to
| the Smith and Tucker homes, and
You Bet Your Life
A room and bath is being added j Mitchell painted
at the Winfred Duncan home for while here,
his mother, Mrs. S. A. Duncan.
<! November 8
J J Pol. Adv. Pd. by Jack Co.
< • Republicans, W. G. Uask, Chairman £
The Dorman Lyon home next to
the cafe is being redone through-
out with new floors, kitchen ca-
binet and painted woodwork.
Perrin beat Coppell there Friday
night 22-7. A large crowd went
from here. Godley will play the
Pirates here Friday night.
Among those from out of town
attending the Kenneth Glidewell
funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Law-
On New Time Atcount Certificates
Mutual Building & Loan
Finest In Air Conditioning
Throughout The Year
Specialists In Air Conditioning
Jacksboro Tin Shop
119 East Archer — North Side Square
Day LO 7-4711 . Telephone Night LO 7-3336
Mrs. Hazel Foster, L. G. Hutton,
Messrs, and Mmes. M. D. and Bill
Hutton attended the last rites for
Mrs. Lula Stevenson, age 89„ at
Mineral Wells Friday. Survivors
are two sons, Claude of Graford;
Glen, of Mineral Wells; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Maude McClure, Gra-
ford; and the sister, Mrs. M. D.
Mrs. Twila Kauffman and fam-
ily of Lleveland have been visit-
ing her mother, Mrs. Ruby Wade.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smather-
man of Minden, La. have been1
visiting the J. R. Ramseys. It was
their first visit in 15 years.
Mr. abd Mrs. C. J. Coker have
been visiting relatives in Okla-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Montgo-
mery, Dallas, have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. John Kuhn.
Homer Kuhn has returned from
13 months service in Korea, round-
ing out some 26 years in the ser-
vice. He is now stationed at Hous-
ton. His family will join him and
live nearby at their home in Pasa-
dena. Their son, Donald finished
his training at El Paso, Oct 7; the
eldest daughter, Connie, is teach-
ing school at El Paso.
A called meeting was held at
Perrin Masonic Lodge Hall, Sat-
urday night for an E. A. Degree.
A workshop will be held at the
Hall at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. All
Masons are welcome.
Mrs. Vallie Tipps, Dallas, Mrs.
Lena Mullinax, Messrs, and Mmes.
Homer England and James Mulli-
hax spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Shurtliff, Lampasas.
Tuesday was Mrs. England’s bir-
thday and all were dinner guests
of Mrs. Lena Mullinax, that day.
Mrs. Annie Pemberton, Olney
visited her sister Mrs. Emmitt
Wood last week
"Anybody who |Mi out on a night lilco this ought
to h«v« his h««d oxominod."
The Travelers Safely Service
Four out of five personal injury accidents occur on dry
roads and in clear weather.
Northwest High Win Streak Cut Short
As Tigers Roll Up 55-0 Score Here
The one game winning streak of
the Northwest High Texans came
to a sudden and rude halt here
last Friday when the Tigers wal-
loped the visitors 55 to 0. The last
good words the visitors were to
receive were the hello yelLs of the
Cheerleaders and that Northwest
would receive and get a short re-
tackle for the final 7 yards. Wilton
kicked the first of five straight
successful extra point tries.
Later in the first period the Ti-
gers moved 73 yards in 5 plays for
the second touchdown, the final
four yards coming when right half
Steve Epps circled left end.
The second period was but 1:17
Before the final whistle the Ti-
gers rolled up 640 yards, net, from
scrimmage, 30 first downs, and
despite efforts to hold down the
score 55 points. The entire Tiger
team got in a lot playing time last
Northwest had one brief moment
of glory on the first play from
scrimmage when quarterback Ro-
ger Rhompson circled his left end
on a keeper for 25 yards and one
of the visitors five first downs.
New gas meters are being instal-j drjva reach,ed into T^er
led to replace meters put in ser-i39 yard llne before Puntin6 time
vice ten years ago in Perrin. At
prieve from an expected slaughter, minutes old when the third score
present there are 144 here. G. C.
Jacksboro scored the first time
Bailey who supervised the laying j jt had the ball by moving 80 yards
of the gas lines ten years ago is
now supervising the sewer line
being laid in town. The disposal
plant will be on the west side of
town, just north of the Barton
Dr. David Garland, professor of
Hebrew at Southwestern Baptist
Seminary, Fort Worth- occupied
the pulpit at the Baptist Church
Su'nday. The pastor Rev. Sassman
was in a weekend revival at West
Mr. and Mrs. McClain of Fort
Worth and Mrs, Jeff Cranford have
returned from a trip to the Great
f he In Crowd’s waiting at your
Quality Buick dealer’s. Get with them!
in 12 plays with the longest move
coming on a pitchout to left half
Eugene Wilton who raced 21 yards.
Glenn King replaced Wilton later
in the drive and went over right
Smoky Mountains, North Carolina,
and seven states. Recent guests of
Mrs. Cranford were Mr. and Mr.;.
E. L. Broom, Fort Worth; Mis.
Mamie Gillespie, Mrs. Duncan,
Abilene; Aletha Mae Duncan and
baby and Mrs. Cecil Gillespie,
Mineral Wells; Mrs. Jimmy Graht
Wade and baby, Weatherford.
Mrs. Lowell Smith has teen
visiting her sister in Arlington
Mrs. L. L. Mason has returned
from visiting her daughters,
Mmes. Jim Sanfors and Tva
Frahklin and their families cf Den-
Mr. and Mrs. Holtzclaw, Dumas,
and Mrs. Ola Lusk visited the
Leon Lusks in Everman last week.
Mrs. Shirley Gibson and son,
Gregg of Bridgeport have been
visiting her parents, Mr. an! Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. M. Graggston Seal
Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Elmer Ben-
tley, Brawley, Calif, are visiting in
the homes of Sam Lloyd, Lee Clan-
ford and Mrs. Charles Lee.
came when quarterback Tommy
Smith decided on a keeper after a
Northwest quick kick. Smith, bet-
ter known as a power runner than
a speedster circled right end from
his 32 to the Northwest 40, then cut
back to the left for clear sailing to
the goal. *
Midway in the quarter Tiger re-
gulars set in motion a 71 yard
drive but reserves went the final
few yards. Halfback Danny Branch
went over right tackle for the final
The third period was one of Ti-
ger motion toward the Northwest
goal for three markers. Tommy
Smith passed one yard to end Wil-
liam Cleveland to complete a 56
yard drive. Wilton kicked his fifth
and final extra point and lineman
Roy Armstrong began perfecting
his footwork on kickoffs and place
Fullback Jimmy Gilmore inter-
cepted a Texan pass on his 35. An
aerial attack moved the ball to the
Texas 12 and Glenn King ran the
final steps around his right end.
Armstrong kicked his first extra
After a brief possession the Tex-
ans punted to Jacksboro’s 14 and
on the next play Epps went around
left end for 86 yards and the
touchdown. Armstrong’s kick was
blocked but by now the score was
|yQQJ£jy MOTOR 219 South Main St. Jacksboro, Tex*.*
U. S. Senator
T. E. Kennedy
Rudy T. Garza
Lawrence D. Gilmer
Comm. General Land Office
Congressman Dist. 13
D. C. Norwood
I. G. Coley
Commissioner, Precinct 2
Commissioner Precinct 4
F. E. “Gene” Worthington
adv. pd. by Jack County
Republican Party, W. G. Mask Cm
48 to 0.
A final drive, in the fourth quar-
ter, moved the ball 93 yards to
and helped Mrs. Halman celebrate
her birthday on Sunday.
The Ceil Morrow family of Wi-
paydirt. Halfback Jonny Bradford j zard Wells visited Saturday night
went around left end for 17 yards with the H. M. Creeks, and Loyd
for the score. Biggest move of the Isaacs family,
drive was an 18 yard keeper by
quarterback Craig Smith. Arm-
strong’s kick was good.
The game statistically:
30 First Downs 51
551 Yards Rushing 82
90 Yards Rushing 26,
7 of 14 Passes Comp 3 of 10 j
2 Passes Int by 0
Mrs. H. M. Creek attended the
fuheral of Mrs. Burks, mother of
Mrs. Loise Robertson, in Hen-
Mrs Grace Gary and family,
Mrs. Karon Strickland and son of
Jacksboro visited the Edgar Longs
Baptist Brotherhood To
5, 35 y(kUntPeStiesdS' 2, 27yds. | "The New Concept” will be the
I program theme of the Quarterly
Brotherhood meeting at 7:30 p. m.,
Monday at Perrin Baptist Church.
Ab invitation is extended to all
men to attend, according to Theo-
dore Sims, Association President.
Mrs. Clide Ogle
Mrs. Georgie Brown, Mrs. Clide
Ogle, Terrie and Temmie attend-
ed the annual get-together at the
JAC Electric Cooperative at Blue-
Mr. a'nd Mrs. A. M. Hamilton of
Bowie and the Truman Dewebers
of Cundiff visited during the week-
end with the Clide Ogles.
The Other Tows, and Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Sanders and Pat of
Fort Worth spent the weekend with
the Jim Longs.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayhe Hudson
and Devin of Wichita Falls, the
Kenneth Amburn family of Jacks-
boro and the Junior Longs and
Bobby of Bridgeport visited the
weekend with the Orville Longs.
Mrs. Maude Finch of Wichita
Falls visited Su'nday with the Hu-
Mrs. Mattie Kirk is visiting the
George Bells in Denton.
The Lewis Lewis Kirk family
visited the C. R. Halmans in Chico
For Those Who Prefer
The Very Best
C. 0. Ramzy, Jr„ M. D.
Announces New Telephone Numbers
LOgan 7-3211 or LOgan 7-3212
For Residence LOgan 7-3212
Old Numbers LO 7-2287 and LO 7-2641 have been
Auto Life Bonds
No Obligation For Consultation
Shaw Insurance Agency
Licensed and Established In 1945
LOgan 7-3381 Fort Richardson Hotel Bldg.
C. B. Shaw
Closed Saturday Afternoon
Dr. Paul K. Conner, Sr.
Dr. B. D. Wheelis
Dr. G. W. Mikesell
Dr. C. J. Blackburn '
Eyes Examined — Glasses Fitted
Offices In Bush Jewelry
the value of being in the best of
health, because then they can
give that extra effort that makes
them star players.
Make sure your children are in the
best of health by having your fam-
ily Doctor give them a medical
check-up. Your children can do
their best when they feel their
Customer Parking Lot
Just North of Sewell
From Our Store
W. G. MASK, M. D.
Diseases of the Eyes
441 N. Third LOgan 7-2445
DR. JAS. A. STEVENS
Practice limited to extration and
construction of artificial dentures.
Telephone LO 7-3322
JOHN C. WILSON, D. D. S.
Phone LO 7-4712 Jacksboro
CARL O. RAMZY, M. D.
237 W. Archer Jacksboro
If No Answer Call 7-2455
East Side of Square
Dr. Charles McElhaney
Old Wichita Highway
Phone LO 7-3251
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Jacksboro Gazette-News (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. EIGHTY-SIXTH YEAR, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1966, newspaper, October 13, 1966; Jacksboro, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth733420/m1/2/: accessed July 6, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.