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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 October 1958

• ' ??■ ti The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1958 PAGE 4 Legion Auxiliary sponsors benefit Halloween '42' party Monday night A Halloween "42" parly was held Monday night at the American Legion hall here. The party was sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary as a fund raising project and was at- tended by 28 members and guests. Home baked Icakes were presented as prizes to Miss Lillian Tomberlain, winner of the door prize, Mrs. Reuben Cole, high scorer in "42"; Mrs. Ed James, low scorer in "42", and Mrs. Dan -.Watson, who won at domino-bingo. Refreshments of punch, cof- fee and cookies were served from a table laid with a black cloth and centered with a pumpkin containing a lovely arrangement of pyracantha, cattails, ears of corn, and bronze chrysanthemums. A huge bundle of corn stalks and a pumpkin deco- rated the south end of the hall, while a traditional jack- o'-lantern, flanked by pyra- cantha and ears of corn orna- mented the piano. Paper skeletons hung from the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 October 1958

* It's 'tater digging time The sweet potato harvest is in full swing on the Lloyd Justiss farm near Daingerfield. His 76-acre crop is being harvested with a digger designed and built by Justiss. The heavy rains this spring kept the yield low by washing and BRYANS MILL sand-barring of the fields but the late rains did not affect the quality. Justiss has about 25 helpers with his harvest and will take about eight working days to complete the harvest. Pleasant Hill Church calls preacher By Mrs. Steve Brock Church services were held at the regular time Sunday with the Rev. M. 0. Souther- land as guest speaker. Sunday night the church called Bro. Solitherland. They will move here in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Pruitt PLEASANT DRIVE IN MT. PLEASANT FRIDAY and SATURDAY The Girl Most Likely Jane Powell Cliff Robertson —Plus Second Feature— Apache Warrior Jim Davis Keith Larsen Sun • Mon - Tues It'sTmg Porltie vF"T.) LaughiestTmg \\ 1/ Of Mxir Lifetime! JOHNlftMAHINMERVYN UROYWARNEfi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 October 1958

Th THU Leg Hal! A was h Amer The the L raisin tende guest Ho pres« Lillia the Cole Ed J and won R< fee fron clot] I ] tio we a TIM Co Co ed pu Tt V\ m a e\ fr H fi A g if e h i s I i i /;• i The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1958 PAGE 6 MARIETTA New church officers are installed By Mrs. R. L. Harris Church and Sunday School officers were installed in a very impressive ceremony at the regular mid-week service Wednesday evening. Church officers receiving the charge of office were \he following: J. T. Robinson, sec- retary and treasurer; Mrs. J. T. Robinson, clerk; T. E. Wom- mack, song leader; Miss Thel- ma Russell, assistant song leader; Mrs. A. E. Loffer, pi- anist; Miss Ruth Ann Cross- land, assistant pianist; L. E. Loffer and J. T. Robinson, board members. The following Sunday School officers were installed: T. E. Wommack, superin- tendent; Thelma Russell, sec- retary; Mrs. P. M. Moore and Mrs. J. T. Robinson, assistants; Mrs. R. H. Wommack, TEL class, Mrs. G. W. Hunnicutt,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1958 PAGE 7 mi NSJL rt the brahma corral K+W. icy m pf w. t t This crew of Pewitt high school students have the job of gathering and writing the news each week for the Brahma Corral. The staff mem- bers are Janette Tigert, editor; Nita Beth Crow, associate editor; Travis Kennedy and Bobby Rachel, typists; Mike Roberts, sports; Wanda Ellis, band: William Pope, FFA; Deette Witt, FHA; William Robison, seniors; Betty Hall, sophomores; Ronnie McMichael and Martha Jo Batchelor, freshmen; and Emma Jean Palmore, activities. BAND BOOSTERS MEET MONDAY NIGHT The Pewitt Brahma Band Boosters Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20, at the school cafetorium. Bobby Rachel district FFA president Prices Reduced 10 % On all Oil, Tires, Batteries, and other merchandise and service of $1 or more. (CASH ONLY) vaughan's Texaco SERVICE STATION Bobby Rachel of the Pewitt FFA chapter was elected president of the Daingerfield district of Future Farmers at the distric...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 October 1958

fnj THU Leg Hal! A was h Amer mm the L raisin tende Lillia won ] tio we a me Co Co ed p« Tl^ I'\ m a e\ fr H ii A g is e b i £ I i J f The Naples MONITOR mmmmmvnam*-mmM THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hicks and Linda of Mt. Pleasant visited with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Skelton Sunday. IVY LEAGUE SHOES _ $2.98 BOYS, 1 THRU 6 I JEANS _ _ $1 pr COTTON Blankets - $2.88 5% WOOL Blankets - $3.98 Boys 1394 oz $2.98 Value JEANS _ $2.50 Sizes 7 thru 6 CHENILLE BEDSPREAD $2-98 BATES BEDSPREAD $5.95 and $7.95 NYLON SLIPS $2.98 Hall's Store Jackie Skelton, Bobby Pol- son and L. G. Parker visited their parents during the week end. They are attending Texas A and M College. The Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Richardson of Oklahoma City and Mrs. H. T. Morris of Greenville visited with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Huffman Tuesday night. Visitors with Mrs. Janie Hampton Saturday and Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lobdell of Ft. Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hampton of Dal- las, Whitfield Hampton of Corpu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 October 1958

- V Yj,: tl£l;MI . j ✓ ij. m- . 4 ** «* V; " ' (UK, ■ W],W"' . «« • • 54 *--A> h.*;^: Jl- -M i WM £■ '■ < sm i'.vV 5*1 MMnS ■ 9 * y *wl Vi!.. v-" 13 polio cases in area; doctors urge Salk vaccination The medical profession of north Mor- ris county warned this week that polio- myelitis is far from being a thing of the past and urged the co-operation of par- ents in getting their children vaccinated against the disease. There has been a total of 13 cases of polio in the Naples-Omaha area — enough for it to be considered an epidem- ic — since July of this year. Four of the 13 cases have been diag- nosed in the past week. Five have been paralytic cases and nine non-paralytic. Only two of the victims have had any Salk vaccine and only one of the two who had the vaccine has had paralysis of any significance. With the current outbreak, physicians here urged parents to have their children vaccinated against polio. The parents who feel that financially they can not afford the cost of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS No helping hand Joe Stallings has worked faithfully to keep a Cub Scout program going here simply be- cause he feels that Cub Scouting is good for young boys. He has nothing to gain. He has invested his own time, his own car and gasoline, and his own money in his efforts to keep the Cub Scouting alive. But now he's discouraged. Here's what he says: "When a Cub program is made up, it is based on a program where the parents will assist. This year, we have played second fiddle to everything — baseball, football, movies, Aunt Matilda's homecoming, etc. "In short the Cubs go to den meetings and our planned outings if there is absolutely noth- ing else they can think of to do." As a result of the poor attendance, the den mothers lose interest. There is only one den mother here now and there is a need for four more and a secretary. "Why can't the parents of Cubs see that they are at the proper place at the appointed time for the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1958 Rats start seasonal move Good grazing from early cover f'T- ? Carl Cole of Cason and Wade Freeman exam- ine a field of oats and vetch planted Sept. 5 on the Freeman farm in the Rocky Branch community. The oats have been grazed the last two weeks. They are from eight to 12 inches high and are the best anyone has seen at this time of the year. Freeman applied 500 pounds of 5-10-5 fertilizer and plans to add nitrogen fertilizer in January or February. County Agent R. J. Dean urged Morris county SIMMS cattlemen to take advantage of the payments received through the ASC office in Dainger- field for planting winter cover crops. Early planting of oats and vetch will provide more grazing throughout the fall, winter and spring. The real value of any cover crop in a cattle operation is grazing. Oat hay is good but grazing will double the value received from the hay. Wayne Thomas Bell, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bell, was honored with a birthday p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 October 1958

: I The Woman s Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1958 PAGE 4 ,1 Grade 7B wins PTA membership drive Miss Ella Warthan's 7B class won the PTA member- ship contest prize. Honorable mention went to rooms 5B, 5A, 3B and 1A for their efforts in obtaining PTA members. The $5 check will be pre- sented to 7B at 9:30 a.m. next Thursday, Oct. 30, during the upper elementary assembly. Announcement of the con- test winner was made at the October PTA meeting held at Pewitt school Tuesday after-i noon. More than 100 adults at- tended the meeting. Fire pre- vention songs and verses were Mrs. Carlisle is honored on 76th birthday Mrs. Esther Carlisle cele- brated her 76th birthday on Oct. 9 with a chicken dinner at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Robinson, 622 Cortez Ave., Santa Fe. N. M. Those bringing gifts were Mrs. Clara Gilcrease, Mrs. Robert Bartlett, Mrs. Thomas Cecil Robinson, Mrs. P. D. Gomez and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Robinson. Those sending gifts were a daughter, Mr. and Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 October 1958

W' **&■ r Ic le 10. re p i rs. Itc Ind 1m- lur- 195 fcnl Ids. $S til:: suse 5-tc Hea i James Thomas Cherry, 47 year olduromirient Omaha man, WT*®rkken by a heart atUuM^Hpfty and died in the locaMJJ^al at 5:15 p.m. Mr. Liierry was the son of J. L. and Lolly Thigpen Cher- ry. pioneer settlers of Omaha and Morris county, and was employed by Lone Star Steel Company as general foreman of coke ovens and by-products. He was a member of the Omaha city county, the Metho- dist Church at Omaha and its board of stewards. He is survived by his wife; one daughter, Mary Jane; three sisters, Mrs. T. A "Welch of Omaha, Mrs. Eva Hender- son of Omaha, and Mrs. H. L. Hitchins of Dallas; and one brother, John M. Cherry of Dallas. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Methodist Church at Omaha with the Rev. Aldous Smith, pastor, the Rev. Ben Ander- son of New London and the Rev. Leslie Griffin of Hous- ton officiating. Burial was at the Omaha cemetery under the direction of Smith-Bates...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1958 PAGE 6 tmm + -L> . . ', -3j> 'A *:. % ■:. ,;.r mm w ■ ■ ■ Wwwmmm mrnrnm J BL '.s'tiW ' . _v, SE2SS a Mike Roberts gains against the Lions tilrahmas fea Dekalb Friday Admitted Billy Mack Ellis of Naples, medical, dismissed. Mrs. B. M. Todd Jr. of Dain- gerfield, medical, dismissed. Mrs. Lee Davis of Naples, surgery, dismissed. Robert Young of Hughes Springs, surgery. Mrs. Frankie Berry of Na- ples, medical. Grady Ragsdale of Dainger- field, surgery. Johnnie Doolittle of Naples, medical. Pearlene Northam of Dain- "gerfield, surgery. Mrs. Betty Firth of Maud, medical. C. 0. Carson of Omaha, medical. Others Dismissed Mrs. Fielding Huddleston of Naples. Mrs. Daisy Foster of Simms. Mrs. C. M. Coker of Naples. Samuel Robison of Naples. Mrs. Ella Roberts of Naples. Bruce Vinson of Simms. JUNIORS PLAN WAYS TO RAISE MONEY The Juniors had a class meeting last week to further discuss plans for raising mon- ey for the Junior-Senior ban- quet. Seve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 October 1958

wft k a Inside Sports By Mike Roberts 1 was certainly counting on writing about a Brahma vic- tory this week but things just didn't happen that way. The Brahmas let their guard down for one play near the end of the first half and it was all the Lions needed to score. Pewitt missed two golden opportunities to score, the first coming in the first quar- ter but a holding penalty stop- ped the drive. The second drive started immediately fol- lowing the second half kick off. but again this drive bog- ged down at the New Boston three yard line. The Pewitt team missed the presence of its left end, Billy McCoy. They expected him to be ready for the game but he wasn't. The Brahmas will be under- dogs several touchdowns Fri- day night against the DeKalb Bears but an old saying may give a hint to a Brahma ad- vantage: "Its not the size of the dog that counts, but the fight in the dog." FFA sees tractor demonstration Leonard Mizell of M & M Tractor Company, Mt. Pleas- ant, demonstrated the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 October 1958

3; | The Naples MONITOR "THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beggs Sunday afternoon were Mrs. Hugh frost and children of Linden and Mrs. Mattie Maudin of Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Brue- haker of DeKalb visited Sat- urday night with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bruebaker. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mathena of Texarkana spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mon- roe Gardner. Mrs. Gardner ac- companied them to Tyler Sat- urday for the rose festival. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mize and Joanne and Eddie of Dun- Canville are spending their two-week vacation here with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Spence. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sullivan and his brother, George Sulli- van of Little Rock, visited in Linden Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Alexander attended the East Texas Col- lege football game Saturday and spent the night with their son, James Ed Alexander, who is attending school there. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Floyd of Glendale, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Floyd and Mrs. Annie Scurlock of Texar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 October 1958

.... v*; — |t- bf Bl rn b £ Monitoring MAIN STREET Out of Step — There was not much normal around these parts last week. We started it off by adver- tising regular $24.95 sports jackets on special for $27.50 at Garrett's Department Store. It was a nice trick but it didn't work. Then H. R. Hamilton, high school principal, church lay leader and general good citi- zen, received a package in the mail Friday morning. It was a large box too plain- ly lettered with the name of a beer. And, as a finale, that little merry-go-round drew a rash of riders. Most prominent of the lot was an hombre with a sucker in his hand. He was N. G. (Uncle Nat) Watts, senior citizen. We thought at first that the marked up price of the sports jacket was really something. But looking back at all the other oddities of the week, it somehow doesn't seem so bad. — lntm — The Morning After — Saturday will be clean-up da^Vere. \JK spooks and goblins will ride Friday night. Halloween, ar/i liave their soapy tracks t.f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 October 1958

. * .# the Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1958 PAGE 1 VIEWPOINTS Protecting our deer Morris county's first deer hunting season in years has resulted in compounded confusion among sportsmen and landowners in the area. The state legislature, through an error, allowed an open season of 45 days — from Nov. 16 through Dec. 31. The area was stocked with deer only a few years ago and some area sportsmen were concerned that the stock of deer would be seriously depleted if the long season were allowed to stand. Since the legislature meets only every two years, the only remedy for the situation was up to the landowners of the area. They would have to do their own limiting. Unfortunately, their agreement indicated they would ban all hunting in the area. Objections caused them to take a second look and they have ironed out the objection- A BE two WAVS^OM WAV IS POP-HOW v uovousrew. \ . DEMOCRACY ? r " g gSWH able part's of the petition. As it stands now, 48 of the 75 who signed the original ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 October 1958

|m- Ir. Ind " of las of Irs. of Jieir |We am. I Mr. of Iheir snd. fter- W. Ihere pe in crops Ire. Fish Iters and lay along kvhen He lery drop peives, it (drop so Irdan can lis sea is lalilee." leives the same row linnot _ are Children because no life. I hoards its ].. :■ ivi' lip lit is given, peivcs. but stops at vs no far- lit water is Hea." of seas and there ople in this I See It y for the lie about, he Way I er.) SIMMS The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1958 PAGE 3 !Mrs. Saudi honored oa birthday ore ■m ( ant .By Miss Sarah Gauntt Mrs. Worth Gauntt was hon- ored on her birthday Friday th a surprise party. Those ending were Mr. Gauntt, rah, Peggy and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. James Graham and Barbara and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Howard, all of Maud, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Gortney, Michael," Phyllis and Ricky of New Boston. Mrs. Gauntt's cake, cookies and punch were all in Halloween style and col- ors. A number of relatives vis- ited this past week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Joh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 October 1958

u, The Woman' S Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1958 PAGE 4 MISS CARLISLE, LEFT, AND SUZANNE ELLEDGE Miss Marcelle Carlisle, bride-elect, is honored with kitchen shower Mrs. Jim Elledge and her daughter; Suzanne, entertain- ed Thursday night with a kitchen shower honoring Miss Marcelle Carlisle, bride-elect of Raymond Garrett, in the home of Mrs. E. J. Leeves. Miss Elledge received the guests in the living room, which was decorated in red and white, the chosen colors of Miss Carlisle. The coffee table held a red taffeta umbrella covered with red net and scattered with white rosettes. The gifts were placed around and under the table. Red radiance roses and white mums graced other places in the house. The dining table was cover- ed with a red taffeta cloth with burning white tapers. Re- freshments of drinks iced in a punch bowl, cookies, mints and nuts were served. Mrs. Randall Ranes direct- GRADE A WHOLE MILK Quart 21c Half Gallon _ 41c Gallon 80c DELIVERED W. C. Sullivan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 October 1958

hie bo. pse f3P and Irim- Ipur- 95 lard Jinds. -tc . kMS rs qual- at rca- ;s APS :o. DALTON Claudine Sromer at A and M meeting By Mrj. J. H. Cromer The attendance for church services last week end was low due to sickness. We;are glad to have Bro. Lee^gti^tvife back in church serviWPt'hey have been away visiting for some time. Visnors in church services Sunday and Sunday night were Mr. and Mrs. Burk of Linden, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett and Kenneth Vestal. Mrs. Nettie Nash suffered a heart attack last Sunday morning. We hope she is much better soon. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Travis Thomas on the ar- rival of a new baby girl last Saturday morning. Claudine Cromer had lunch Sunday with her parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cromer and W. H. She was on Ijer way to A and M College where she will spend this week in conference. Those having lunch with bryans mill Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Brock and Mrs. Holcomb were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Tolbert and two of Mrs. Tolbe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR Thursday, oct. 30, 1958 page 6 SALE starts 3 a.ma Friday Qcit. 31 and . TP* through Nov. 8 &2F PILCt DEPARTMENT STORE J.- - ^tNyV,''«***•■ 3* *£-./ -•*>'i> A y.^3,f* ..?<♦ <• ...-.• ._. ■ • . . LADIES GOODS TOPPLRS HHIHH i2.Imom m 16NOW 14"- 192# vouwr*-4 24-5 «* 20^ ONE. &R.OOP reduced ONSu G&GUP 59$ 2y**os i — OAf£. 6Z0VP CA£AS£ RtSlSTMT OfiL\P DRY COTTONS 89* 774 £*>/fc SfiCCTIOai 83* ***& below]/ price WE ARE GLADLY SACRIFICING PROFITS ON QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT THIS BUSY SEASON AS A TOKEN OF OUR AP- PRECIATION FOR YOUR PATRONAGE, WHICH HAS MADE OUR FIRST YEAR A PROFITABLE ONE. WE HOPE TO MERIT YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT THROUGH THE YEARS TO COME. PEOPLE, PRICE AND QUALITY MEET AT GARRETT'S DEPT. STORE JOIN THE CROWD AND SAVE DURING OUR BIG ANNIVERSARY SALE LADIES PANTIES, 35c val .. 4 pr 1.00 Children's PANTIES, 39c val 4 pr 1.00 PRINTS, 39c val 4 yds 1.00.. White QUILTING COTTON, 2 lb roll .. 1.29 Brown QUILTING COTTON, 2 lb roll .....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR I 17 |9 18 I; \f I THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1958 PAGfc Brahmas scare DeKalb but lose, 8-Q Pewitt scared one District 13AA leader last Friday night and faces another one this week. The Brahmas will go to At- lan^Uj^jday night for a game Rabbits, who have won^roo conference games so far./ The DeKalb Bears, also win- ners of two conference games, were pressed by the Brahmas m the Bears' 8-0 win last Fri- day night. Both teams had key players out with injuries. The DeKalb touchodwn was on a 20-yard end run in the second quarter and a pass was good for the extra two points. It was a moral victory for the Brahmas, who were under- dogs by up to four touchdowns before the game. Defensive standouts for the Brahmas were Mike Roberts, William Robison, Virgil Wil- son, Charles Shaw and Ray Richey. The Bears rolled up 167 yards rushing and held the Brahmas to 60. DeKalb held a 11-5 edge in first downs. Pewitt completed four out of 13 passes for 24 yards and DeKalb completed three ou...

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