The Brady Standard and Heart O' Texas News (Brady, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, February 17, 1961 Page: 2 of 10
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gaage nakes Httle difference. •
If groand ahooting. beat roaulta
are obtained with No. 0 or •
ahot. aiming for the head only
Rifle huntera should nae a
Hornet, or .22 long rifle |oa4a.
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Hornet Cagers End
With 16-5 Season
The Rochelle Hornets finished
their basketball season this week
-with a 44-3? win over Richland
Springs, giving them a record of
Id victories and 5 losses for the
The Hornets scored 1.061 points,
ma average of 50.5 points per
gamr Their opponents scored 945
paints, an average of 45.
Eden won the district chant-
piewahip with a 23-3 season.
H was Rochelle who handed
the Bulldogs two of their
laaeea. and Jim Ned was the
ether winner over Eden,
feeeheile'g two losses to Menard
mad once to Paint Rock put the
IIareats out of the running. Coach
Eeemeth Mitchell said the team
mas handicapped by an injury to
Rag Dojral. who miaaed the last
mu gamr- with a twisted knee.
The Hornets’ leadinr scorers
Cowan, Brown, and Nowlin are
seniors but the others are juniors.
The Pteam had a 7-2 record,
scoring 297 points for an average
of 33 per game. Clayton Doss
was tops with 48 points, W’aylon
Cowan 46: Doran Lemke 38; Jim-
my Moseley 30; and Kirby Huff-
Rochelle's season record:
. .. Eden
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Cook lag Rabbit—'Tessa Nlyte
Ever eat rabbit fixed Texas
style? If not. you are In for a
Cat up two choice cottontails
as you would a frying-site chick-
en Season well with chili powder,
and brown in olive oil. Put pieces
In well-greased casserole. Heason
with salt and pepper, parsley, nnd
chopped onion. Cover with fine
while wine, and hake slowly until
moat of the wine is soaked up—
or until the meet is thoroughly
Make a gravy by thickening
juices left in casserole with flour
Harden the tips of your raw-
hide shoe lares by holding them
over the flame of a match, until
match burns out. or until the
rawhide ia thoroughly charred
You'll find they lace much easier
Lighter duns for Older Men
As a man gets older he should
shoot lighter guns It will great-
ly Improve hia shooting.
Slowing reflexes respond bet-
ter when the gun Is lighter So.
if you have reached the 50-60-70
year bracket, and find that your
shooting ia getting progressively
worse, lay down that 12 gauge,
and pick up a 20.
thera on true limbe around your
Hangers and socks are assy to
carry and are very effective, es-
pecially when used In conjunction
with a good crow call that ia
Play It Safe
Nevar go out la a boat with
out a lifebelt or at least a HfOt
saving cushion kaady.
This applies especially to ca-
noes heeaaae of xbetr easy*to- tip-
over habit. And ia canoeing, al-
ways wear the lifebelt.
No matter how well you can
awim. wet clothee and wet shoes
enn pull you under should your
Check Trot line- Often
When running trotlinee nt
night be sure to check them at
least every three hours.
Rough fish take a good toll of
trotliue bait—and empty books
catch no fiah. Keep those hooka
baited by frequent checking.
A turkey bell rigged on the
shore line, dangling from your
trotline, will save many trips run-
ning hooka. The bell will ring
when your bait is tampered with
No ring, no rebalting.
Carry Chlorine Tablets
Boll all water of which you are
not absolutely sure. Five minutes
boiling is sufficient for safety.
To save time, and should boil-
ing not be practical, treat water
with chlorine. Cued aa directed. It
makea water safe for drinking.
Carry a bottle of chlorine tablets
To Cut Glare From Sights
Smoke the front and rear
sights of your rifle to overcome
glitter that could spoil your aim
at a crucial moment Pass sight
aeveral times through the flame
of a burning match.
Condensed Milk for Glue
You have an emergency glue
right in camp.
Use condensed milk I
It will glue just about every-
thing—wood, paper, plastic, etc
Just apply and let dry as you
would actual glue.
Coal Hangers for Decoys
Crow hunters—here's a nov-
Rtretrh old black socks over
wire coat hangers Twist hangers
to resemble crow’s shape, stretch
on socks, then bang here and
Retrieve in Spurts
Your retrieve should be more
or less erratic when spinning for
This ia especially trne when
using a spoon, aa the steady
twinkle of a spoon looks moot
unlifelike when viewed by a fish.
Let the aponn dip and rise, stow
down and speed up, for life-like
To Improve Taste of Water
Boil any doubtful water. To
overcome the flat taste that boil-
ing leaves, pour the water back
and forth several limes from one
container to another. Thia restores
the air which Is responsible for
the Mate in water.
The Real McCoys
Fed Worth Has Started Swaathini
With That Kg Indoor Track Moot
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By HAROLD V. RATLIFF
Prom H porta Writer
Fort Worth's indoor track meet
wan a revelation. And It opened
up some grenx possibilities for
winter sports in Taass.
With all respects to basketball,
the • porta scene la mighty dull
during the winter months. Bas-
ketball In about all thera la and
something ia naoded to fill In.
The Fort Worth high school
coaches got together and worked
ont what they sailed thn Will
Roger* Indoor Oames. It was n
track meat with the schedule of
•veau resembling those of the
anatom indoor games.
It took conaMevoMe cour-
age and faith la the sport of
track to put on tills meet In
the WTU Rogers Coliseum.
.To one was more amazed
than the conches when 7.300
paid their way In and 2.000
were turned away.
Of course, there were some
good reasons why the indoor
meet drew so well. The slack
sports season was one. The novelty
of an indoor meet waa another.
The work of the coaches in selling
tickets to insure Its financial auc-
ceaa waa another.
The enthuaiaam of the track
coachsa for a winter Indoor meet
ao they could get an early start
in competition waa still another
good reason. Track teams that
do not enter the Bouthweetern
Recreation meet, an Indoor track
and field carnival In March, turn-
ed up for the Indoor show.
The coaches and athletes were
delighted with the meet They
marveled that It was run off so
well and that such good marks
ware produced considering the
fact that It was the first effort
and. of course, there would be
Everybody agreed that It
waa a ahot In the ann for a
sport that never has been
one to attract many specta-
tors and seldom pays a pro-
fit at the gate. They made a-
bout 28,000 off the Will
Rogers Indoor Games.
It la believed that within three
years there will be a circuit of
indoor meets in Texas. Dallas al-
ready ia talking about holding
one In Its livestock coliseum on
the State Fair grounds. Houston
can be expected to follow suit.
With these indoor meets the
track aeaaon can start tn January
or February. By the time the Bor-
der Olympics and South western
Recreation moot am trenched in|
March the athlnUe will be in-
m id-season trim.
The track season Is a big on<|
in Texas this year. Starting with|
the Southwestern Recreation
meet March 1-4, thare will be a I
big meet virtually every we«k|
running Into June.
Abend are the Border oiym-l
pica. West Texas Relays at Odes-
sa, Abilene invitational. San An-[
gelo Relays. Texas Relays. Dal-
las invitational. North Texunl
Relays. Rad Raider Belaya. South-1
weat Conference meet. Gulf AAI
at Houston and tho Meet of |
Champions at Houston.
Here From .Austin
Mr. and Mrs. Reagan HuhnHI
and son, Ronnie, of Austin, were
guests of his mother, Mra. W. a.
W# service all makes nf refriger-
atere. (Domestic and Commercial.)
Our reliable services are as near
as year telephone. CALL LT 7-2292.
- WE GIVE BRADY TRADE STAMPS -
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T-Bone Steak .... 89c
Short Ribs ... Lb. 39c
Pork Roast Lb. 49c
Frozan ....Vi gal. 39c
Homogenixed ■* Gal.
MILK ...2 Ctns. 89c
Ice Cream Vi gal. 69c
Carrots .. 2 Bags 25c
Red Grapes lab. 15c
Oranges 5 Lbs. 39c
Potatoes 10 Lbs. 49c
Grapefruit 5 lbs. 37c
I'atie Beef Enchilada
Dinners...... Fa. 59c
Fruit Pies 3 For $1
Van Camp Light Grated
FRENCH DRESSING, Deluxe............ 29c
ITALIAN DRESSING .......................... 39c
Puss ’n Boots CAT FOOD ...2—16 Oz. 25c
Rolls ......24 Ct. Me
l.thhy’a Whale H ()e.
Strawberries .... 49c
Same « rap ( at stungteaa 2 Foe
Green Beans .... 45c
Mission SWEET PEAS..........
Marc lend < luh
......2 For 29c
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PORK & BEANS 2—16 Oz Cans 27c
TOMATO JUICE 42
Oz. Can 27c
FLOUR 10 94
CAKE MIXES 3 - 95
.2 Boxes 25c
CUT ORKEN BEANS
2 Cans 35c
Kanbeil s OLEO 2*35
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