The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 6, 1956 Page: 4 of 10
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THE LLANO NEWS
Thursday, September 6,1966
8 P. M. Here Friday ,
’Jackets Set to Repel
Round Rock Invasion
August >7 «u the first dajr of
what at least 5.000 people (Uano
County approx, population) hope
Will be a new era in Llano Yellow-
Jacket football. 3d husky boys re-
ported to begin football camp.
Which lasted until schol opened
Last year’s ‘Jackets certainly
hare nothing to be ashamed of.
What with a threeway tie for dis-
trict. but everyone's goal this year
Is an undivided crown In 9A.
Coaches Moore and Steele ap-
pear to know the correct formula
for a winner—"We’ll play ’em one
at a time,” they say. This week,
neither coaches nor hoys are
thinking of any team hut Round
Rock Hound Hock, although not
a district foe. Is a gnmo or great
Round Rock wMI take determl-1
nation, will-power, and tight.
These qualities must be in evi-j
dence not Just among the team,
hut amont all students and citi-
zens of Uano, he stressed.
Meore Welting and Watching
Coach James Moore, in address-
ing the Uons Club (of which he|
Is a new member) Tuesday, said
that he knows little about Round
Rock except that they’re tough. I
and will run from a single wing [
formation In all probability.
The formation has the advant-
age of power and the disadvantage
of lost deception.
‘Jackets will Use Spilt “T"
First, It Is the season opener,
and may or may not set the pat
tern for things to come during
the rest of the season.
Second. C. M. Nalls, the new
Superintendent of Schools, came
here from Granger. And, as Mr.
Nalls told the Uano High student
body In Assembly Tuesday, he
knows Round Hoi k from prior ex-
At Granger, one of the main ob-
jectives of any school year Is to
boat Hound Hoik, he continued
He emidia i/od that a vh t.ury over
The Split "T” formation, which
will he used by Llano, has much |
more deception and features the
dangerous "keeper-option" play.
In the "option", the quarterback
starts down the line of scrimmage
and then can run forward off
tackle or lateral out to the left ;
halfback who then circles end with
No matter whnt styles are used,
or what the final score Is Friday, |
many Llano fans are expected to
lie on hand, as well as a large 11
Hound Rock delegation The game
should he action packed.
Killeen “B“ Sept. 27
Blank Space In ’Jacket last
Of Football Foes Filled In
As most LI anon ns probably al-
ready know, a game has been
matched with tin- Killeen ' I'" team
by the Uano Yellow lacketa, to
fill up the hole In the 'Jacket
What some may not know Is
that thl« garni' will he played on
TflVItHHAY. Srptembei 27. hero
In Uano Ml other games are on
■ I unction
l\ illccti ” H ”
( 'i'oms I ’Inins
I loldt liwaite
Ill,, vacancy was created In Ihe
irlglnul schedule by a game with
Hamilton, which Hamilton can
,.,.|le«l The Junction game was
moved to the Hamilton date, leav-
ing the current vacancy, which Is
now filled by Killeen "ft".
The corrected and complete
schedule Is nH follows:
Sept. 1 I
•Or I r>
• District games
11-1) ( oum il Plans
Arrangement committees for the
nil-day annual home demonstration
council meeting, to he hold In Octo-
ber, were named Wednesday after
noon at a meeting of the Llano
County Home I icimm- frathm t oun-
ell Mrs Lee Whitt, chairman, con-
ducted Hu mooting
The program committee Includes
Mrs Frank Otto, Mrs Adrian Hop-
son. and Mrs Sub Hubli; Ihe
Good Neighbors (’lull will Im the
foods committee, and the Ranch
Homes Club will make the arrange-
ments' the III tter Home < I U l>
will clean up.
Council officers for the coming
year will he elected at the Octo-
ber meeting, and reports will he
made hv officers and committee
Named as the nominating com-
mittee were Mines. Cecil Gray, Fuel
Moore, und Hen Wallis
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Halley Johnson
and son of San Antonio. Mrs. Nora
Relle Sholz and children of Austin
and Mr and Mrs. Robert Arnold
of Houston spent the weekend with
their mother, Mrs. Viola Johnson.
Joe Bill Smith of Pecos was also
a guest of the Johnsons’. Sunday.
The Llano News Football Con
t,.«t Is starting this week. He sure
to make YOUR entry. Remember,
the deadline Is r. pm. Friday.
To anyone unfamiliar with the
above details, the NKWS annual
ly conducts a football page devoted
to the Uano Yellow Jackets and a
guessing contest about the out
comes of YellowJurket and other
games Roth high school and col-
lege games will he carried in the
Th** content In nifttle possible n>
the advertising on Its pages Show
the merchants who advertised how
much you appreciate the contest
with vour business,
dot in on the fun l»y making
your entry right way You have
nothing to lose and 15.00 in cash
or free theater tickets to gain.
mvrna jo light
GOING TO BAND SCHOOL
Miss Myrna Jo Light will leave
Llano Sunday to attend a hand
school to he held at Howard Payne
college In Rrownwood.
Mis Light, daughter of Mr and
inoro uimlc major at Howard
Payne college this year.
Send, Bring or Call
Satrday Sept 8th
The Llano News — 02
All news items that are
J. J. Patranella
mailed MUST be signed.
□ Brady □ Ballinger
Wa larva the Baal In
TASTY MEXICAN DISHES
Prepared by Mn. AMfiil Najar
OUR OTHER BM6IALTIKI:
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Wa with to oxproM our Appreciation to thoM of 70a
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food m 70* wait it sad shorten your waiting time.
Dew Drive Inn Cafe
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0 Cross Plains 0 Baird
For Fountain Service
Call No. 2
□ Johnson Gty □ Buda
We’re Behind the Jackets
WITH BOTH BARRELS!
Shells & Shotguns
Deer Rifles & Ballets
Buttery Hardware Co.
Corner Drug Store
Phones 1 A 5
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Who They Play
What Was The Score
GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
RUT AN F. GAS
Round Rock at LLANO
RADIO & T-V REPAIR SERVICE
Llano at JUNCTION
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□ Goldthwaite 0 Hamilton
San Saba at LLANO
One of the biggest ‘Jacket Boosters
Extends wishes for a fine season-
We’re Behind you 100 "
Killeen “B” at LLANO
Mason at LLANO
Our purpose is to keep Llano supplied with
All variety and Sundry goods. High Quality
Goods at lowest cost.
Ben Franklin Store
Llano at RISING STAR
Mrs A. H. Winkcl, Mgr.
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0 Rising Star 0 May
SPORTING GOODS & HARDWARE
SERVICE & EFFICIENCY
i ARE ALL TO BE FOUND AT
Llano at BURNET
Cross Plains at LLANO
□ Cherokee Q Rq,
On Ywr Way
So: For Power
“Llano's Friendly Sign 0
0 Llano 0 Round
The Air Is Also Ft]
come in and see our d
0 Lometa 0 Richl
In a Hurry to Eat
Either Way You
(hear Schmidt, Owner
“Where Quality Tells
0 Melvin 0 Menai
Even the Yellowjacl
Even a Pontiac
Though Pontiac is
other medium-priced c
• BODY WORE
Dollar for Dollar,
0 San Saba 0 Loc
Uano at SANTA ANNA
Goldthwaite at LLANO
■ it -.iniaeni ,1111m.
Towns In capitals Indicate whers each game will be played
•Denotea Diatrlct Qamea
For Night Emei
0 Santa Anna 0 Clyde
0 Bertram 0 Liberty Hill
The Uano Yellowjackets
Have a Capable, Dependable Team
There's another capable, dependable team, which
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The Llano News (Llano, Tex.), Vol. 67, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 6, 1956, newspaper, September 6, 1956; Llano, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth817842/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Llano County Public Library.