March 11-14, 1958 You can throw the book away this week, for this is the Brady-Lampasas game, and anything can happen. Size, weight and season records don’t mean much when these two squads get together. “We’d be all right if we could depend on them to play us like they do everybody else,” said Brady coach K.Y. Owens. But he knows’and the Bulldogs ought to know’that the Badgers are always at their best for Brady. “They’ll be ready for us all right,” Owens added. The Badgers began the season with some of the best material in District 18-AA, but a wave of illness and injuries has been dogging them all year. They now have a 3-5 record. “They’re big. They’re capable of playing good football. They look like Baylor running out on the field,” Owens said. Last week in Fredericksburg the Badgers held the Hillbillies in the first series and took a punt on the Lampasas 39. From there they marched right on down for the first touchdown of the game, but when they got behind they seemed to give up and Fredericksburg went on to win, 40-8. Around Brady this week Owens had noticed that everybody is still playing Llano, talking about the officiating and Hammons’ “I just hope the boys aren’t that way Friday night,” said Owens. * * * Doran Lemke heads Rochelle FFA Chapter The Rochelle FFA Chapter met Tuesday morning, Oct. 25, for the purpose of electing officers for the coming year and selecting a chapter sweetheart. Officers elected were: president, Doran Lemke; vice president Ray Doyal; secretary, Kirby Huffman; treasurer Ronald Penn; reporter Jon P. Underwood; sentinel, John McDonald; sweetheart, Bertha Murrah. * * * Guy M. Powell, ex-McCulloch Ag Agent, dies Funeral services were held in Kerrville Friday for Guy M. Powell, 58, former McCulloch County agricultural agent. Burial was in the Red Oak Cemetery near Waxahachie. Mr. Powell died Oct. 19 in the Sid Peterson Hospital in Kerrville. With the Extension Service 29 years, he was named in 1950 as one of seven top agents to receive the distinguished service award of the National Association of County Agricultural Agents. Mr. Powell was a native of Ellis County and graduated from Texas A&M in 1925. He began his career as assistant county agent in Wise County and served as a McCulloch County agent in the 1940s, moving to Kerrville in 1947. Because of ill health, he retired in 1958 after 11 years as Kerr County agent. Survivors are his wife; a daughter Mrs. Emilie Knake of New London; two sons, Milroy Powell of Eden and John Powell of Fort Stockton; a brother, Cecil C. Powell of Scurry County; and his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Powell of Waxahachie. * * * Halloween carnival to name Queen Saturday night The Melvin Halloween Carnival will be held on Saturday night. Along with many other attractions, the Duchess and Duke will be present representing the first through the eighth grades. In high school a Prince and Princess represent the four grades. From the four Princesses in high school, one will be chosen as Queen. The representatives as Duke and Duchess in the first through eighth grades are as follows: First, Jana Taliaferro and Barr Sutton; second, Debbie Boseman and Jessie Cantu; third, Bobbie Jean Copeland and Byran Murray; fourth, Barbara Murray and Leon Waldrep; fifth, Mary Ann Sandoval and O.D. Striegler; sixth, Barbara Schmitt and Freddie Fortson; seventh, Retha Fowler and Jimmy Murray; eighth, Krista Tetens and Lonny Turner. Candidates and escorts competing for Queen in high school are freshmen, Janice Johnson and Jimmy Marshall; sophomores, Mary Helen Bratton and Jimmy Dick McCann; juniors, Louise Turner and Gary Sutton; and seniors, Joleen Johnson and Geary Ward. * * * Lohn News By Mrs. Fred Lohn The fields were slow about drying off last week after the good rains of the week before, so cotton harvesting didn’t get underway until Friday. The Lohn gin had turned out 1,047 bales Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Trewitt returned Saturday from a deer hunting trip to Rawlings, Wyoming on which they accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jim McFarlin of Brady. The group left the previous Sunday and traveled in rain all of the way until they reached Wyoming where the moisture turned to snow. But they were fortunate that the weather cleared after they got there and gave them ideal hunting weather. Each of the men was lucky enough to kill a deer. Mrs. and Mrs. Owen Rudolph are the proud parents of a son born at the Brady Hospital Saturday. The baby weighed 5 pounds and 13 ounces and has been named Owen Jay. Mrs. R.G. Hall of Ingram and Mrs. Ruby Draper of Houston divided a visit from Wednesday till Friday of last week with George Hill here and Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Virdell and family of Rochelle. Miss Iris Moore of Andrews spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Moore. Mrs. Jerry Simpson and children of Brady also spent the weekend. Joining the group Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Boswell and family and Jerry Simpson of Brady. John Davis of Abilene preached at the Church of Christ Sunday at morning and afternoon services. His wife accompanied him and they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Purcell. L.O. Marshall was also a guest. Enjoying a fish fry with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams Sunday were Rev. and Mrs. James Golden and daughters of Paint Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hester, Mr. and Mrs. John Bledsoe, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Barton and Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Newton. * * * PERSONAL MENTIONS Admitted to hospital Juanita Lira of Brady was admitted to Brady Hospital Thursday morning. * * * To visit in New Mexico Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bradshaw left Wednesday for a vacation trip to Alburquerque, N. Mex., where they will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Longley. * * * Visit daughter in Hong Kong Mr. and Mrs.. T.E. Buchannan, who have lived in Brady since April, will leave Saturday for Los Angeles. On Nov. 9 they will fly by jet to Hong Kong, China. En route they will stop for a few days in Honolulu and Tokyo, Japan. In Hong Kong they will visit for two months with Mr. Buchannan’s daughter, Mrs. Ramon Para, Mr. Parra and family. Mrs. Buchannan is the former Mrs. C.H. Longley. * * * Home for weekend Jerry Dunn, freshman student at A&M College, was a weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Dunn. * * * Infant dies An infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown of Stacy, died at 9:45 p.m. Wednesday in Medical and Surgical Hospital. The baby was born Oct. 20. The body was taken to Coleman for funeral services. * * * Visit in Fort Worth Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Flanagin were recent guests of Mrs. Martin Forehand, Mike and Pat of Fort Worth for several days. While there they also visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Forehand and Ferrell of Fort Worth and attended the State Fair of Texas at Dallas. * * * Visits in Houston Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Hurd were guests last week of their son, Norman Hurd and Mrs. Hurd and family in Houston.