The Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 84, No. 19, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 13, 1964 Page: 3 of 10
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Democral-Voice. Coleman. Texas, Ocl. 13, 1964 Page 3-A
8th Grade, Bees
Win Two From
Coleman fans got their mon-
ey’s worth at the grid double-
header here last Thursday even-
ing, as the local teams scored a
total of 66 points in winning
two games from Stamford and
Breckenridge. Coach Jack Bau-
com's 8th grade Bluckittens rip-
ped Stamford in the 6:00 open-
er, 32-0; and Coach Doug James’
Bluecat B team followed it up
with a 34-14 lacing of the Breck-
enridge reserves. It was the first
game for the Coleman B team.
No information was turned in
on the B team contest other
than the score, but the 8th grade
summary is listed below.
8th GRADE GAME
Coach Baucom’s 8th graders
were never in trouble in running
over the Stamford team, 32-0.
The Kittens have now scored
92 points in their three games,
while allowing their opposition
Quarterback Ricky Smith set
up the first Kitten tally when he
raced 30 yards to the 4, where
fullback David Skelton carried
it over from the two-yard line
two plays later. Smith then pass-
ed to end Louis Dela Rosa for
the extra points to make it 8-0
in the first quarter.
Halfback Tommy Medrano got
the second Kitten tally on a 40-
yard run in the second period,
and Skelton rammed over for the
extra points to make it 16-0.
Skelton then scored his second
TD for the evening with a five-
yard run up the middle, and
Dela Rosa added the two points i technician at Harris Hospital
on an end sweep for a 24-0 half-1 Saturday Mrs. T. J Allen and
time lead, her niece, Miss Beta Mae Hall
Smith made the final score on of TCU, attended the TCU exes
a fine 80-yard punt return early luncheon and style show at Co
in the third period as the score lonial Country Club and Mr. A1
rose to 32-0, and Coach Baucom len attended the TexasOkia
used his reserves most of the homa game at Dallas and the
way during the last two quarters.
WINTERS HERE THURSDAY
The Kittens will play Winters
here Thursday, with game time
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Allen of
TCU-Tech game at Fort W orth.
Results - Standings
sg® SOCIETY NEWS
Santa Anna Grad
Martin Brick League
RENO, Nev.—Staff Sergeant.
Pleaman Cruger Jr . formerly of
Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Santa Anna, has completed the
Allen of Austin were in Fort rigorous L. S. Air Force surviv-
Worth last weekend to attend al and special training course
Parents' Day activities at Texas | conducted by the Air Training
Christian University. They vis- Command at Stead AFB. Nev.
ited Miss Suzanne Allen and Mr. Sergeant Cruger, an inflight
and Mrs. Terry White, daughters refueling operator, received com-
and son-in-law of the Billy Al- bat-type escape and evasion;
lens. Miss Allen is a sophomore i training to enable him to sur- j
at TCU, Mr. White is a student | vive under adverse climatic con-!
in Brito College of the Bible, j ditions and'hostile environments,
and Mrs. White is a laboratory The sergeant is.being assigned i
The Chumps now lead the
Four Aces by one game in the
Martin Brick Co. league. Curtis
Alvey of the leaders had high
game with 218, but topped the
Ups and Downs with a low of
to a unit at Blytheville AFB,
Ark, which supports the Strateg-
ic Air Command mission of keep
ing the nation's intercontinental
missiles and jet bombers on con-
154 and 529 scries. I.ang Martin
Sr. of the Four Aces had best
series with 191541. Other good
bowling included 178-522 by Bon
ny Whitfield of the Four Kings:
the entire Four Aces crew bowl-
ed over 500. including Mr. Mar
tin’s 541, 180-511 by Bill Merry-
man, 210-536 by Gene Alvey and
206-512 by Paul Beard: and a
185-502 by Lang Martin Jr oi
the Untouchables. The Four
Aces took team honors with a
high game of 720 and series of
led to bring cookies to he sent
; to the orphan s home at Dallas.
The Women of St. Mark's Epis-
; copal Church will meet at the
Parish House at 9:30 a. m.
Marguerite Mizell Circle mem-
^ hers of1 the First Presbyterian
Church will meet at 9:45 a. m.
The Business Women's Sun-
day School Class of First Bap-j at the church,
list Church will meet for a bus- THURSDAY
iness meeting and social at 7:30 Mrs. Cecil Gray will entertain
p. m. in the home of Mrs Lu- the Thursday Bridge Club in her
ciile Perry at 215 E 5th Other, home at 1 p m
hostesses will be Mrnes Gussic The Trinity Methodist WSCS
Wise, I, O- James, Miss Estelle will meet at 1.45 p. m, at the
WEDNESDAY Coleman Library will be open
The Nannie Beaumont Circle i from 3-5 p m.
of the First Methodist Church The Coleman County Young
will meet at 2.30 p. m. in the Homemakers of America will
The sergeant is a graduate of
Santa Anna High School. His
wife is the former Marcella A.
Fusila of Omaha, Neb.
Report for Martin Brick Co.
league, as of Oct. 13, reported
by Lang Martin Jr., secretary.
Team W L
meet at Coleman High School
Mrs. Jack Davee will be host Homemaking Cottage at 7:30 p.m.
ess in the HEA Club Room as • Mrs John Will Cox will enter-
members of the First Baptist tain the Third Thursday Bridge
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Potatoes to Lb. sack
Oranges & Grapefruit 5 -49
Apples u,,h D*uri~' Lb. 19'
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Church Martha . Circle meet
9.36, a m.
The First Methodist Church
Club in her home at Doole at
2 p m . •
The Good Neighbor HD Club
Bettit* Morris Circle will meet will meet in the home of Mrs.
Ray Sims at 9 a m. for a gener-
Ladies Trio League
In the Ladies Trio league, the
Triple Threats have a two game
edge over the Three Stooges
Glenda Henson of the leaders
had high game with T82 and a
491 series, but Mary Lou Gentry
of the Dairy Mart had best so
ries with 176-498. Dorma Probst
of the Triple Threats topped the
Ups and Downs with a high of
173 and low of 107, Team No, 6
had high team game with' 450-
while the Triple Threats had
best team series with 1230.
in the church parlor at 9.30 a m -...... ... „ ...........
Mrs .1 M Duncan will be ■ ai session arid'program.
hostess in her home at 9:30 a m -s—:-
as the First Baptist Church Ev-
an Holmes Circle meets for a
The McCullough Circle of the
First Baptist Church will meet
at the. Moss Martin Cottage at
9:30 a. m.
Mrs. R. D. Strickland will host
the Lancaster Circle of the First
Mr and Mrs. Joe Dobson were
Baptist Church in her home at host and hostess as the Nello
9:30 a. m.
Club members met Friday even-
Susannah Wesley Circle will ing in the Club Room of Cole-
meet in the First Methodist man County State Bank. Re-
Church library at 3 p. m.
freshments were served preced-
Report for Ladies Trio league,
as of Oct. 9, reported by Helen
Team No. 6
Mrs. Robert -Jameson will be ing games of 42.
hostess m her home at 9:30 am. High scores went to Mrs. Gus-
as members of the First Baptist, sio Wise ahd l( B Renfroe. Mrs.
Church Taylor Circle meet for a Tom West and Edwin Pittard
regular session. i won bingo
The Maurice Smith Circle of Those present were Messrs.
First Baptist Church will meet and Mmes Paul Riddle, Glenn
at 2:30 p. m. in the Moss Mar-’ Jameson T J. Hudson. Frank
tin Cottage Brewer. Tom West, W. W, West,
The Mary O'Hair Circle 'will > Edwin Pittard, R. B. Renfroe,
meet at First Christian Church | Mrs. Gussie Wise and Mrs. Lu-
nt 3 p. m All members arc urg-;cil!e Morris..
Coleman Mixed Doubles
There's still a tie for first in
the Coleman Mixed League, with
Team No. 2 and Caperton Chev-
rolet Cadillac. Sue Williams of
Coleman Steam Laundry led the
women with a high game of 171
and series of 444. Perky Purcell
of Team No. 2 paced the, men
with a high game of 203' and
series of 532 R T. Caperton of
Caperton Chevy-Cadillac topped
the Ups and Downs with a high j
of 192 and low of 114. Other ,
good bowling included 200-500 by
Les Caperton of the same team.
Team No. 2 took team honors
with a high game of 654 and
series of 1757. !.
Report for Coleman Mixed
League as of Oct. 6. reported by-
Wanda Caperton, secretary
Team No. 2
Caperton Chevy Cad.
Team No. 6
Coleman Steam Laundry
Team No. 1
Billy Mills of Ozona .spent the
night Thursday with his mother
and sister, Mrs. Ola Mills and
Jackie. He was enroute home
* FUNERAL HOME
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Mrs. Rosa Needham and her
daughter. Mrs. Sam Mask, re
turned Friday to their home in
San Antonio after a visit with
her son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Needham and Rebecca.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Caperton.
Karen and Gayle went to Fort
Worth after the Breckenridge
game to visit Mr. and Mrs Mel
Richards and family. They at
tended ttie Tech-TCU football
game Saturday and returned
Sunday evening visitors in the
home of Mr and Mrs. Neal
Smith were Mr. and Mrs Ed
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Clovis
Smith and children, all of Bal
linger, and Jimmy Smith of-
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The Coleman Democrat-Voice (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 84, No. 19, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 13, 1964, newspaper, October 13, 1964; Coleman, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth751802/m1/3/: accessed March 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Coleman Public Library.