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GAUSE NEWS

Gause VFD hayride, games Saturday at fire station
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent
Gause Volunteer Fire Department invites everyone to come to the fire station at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 for their annual trickor treat hayride, games, food and costume contest.

Gause Community Improvement Program will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 1 in the Gause Community Center.

Gause Parents Club would like to thank all of the sponsors of the Gause soccer teams. The activity would not have been possible w ithout your donations making it possible for the league to provide uniforms and trophies for each child along with purchasing equipment.

A special “thank you” to these companies for their generous support: A+ Plus Glass, First Star Bank, Manchu, Wilson Drug, DK Land Company, Wells Auction Service, Coats Grocery, Goodland Farms, C&H Welding, Brien Water Wells, Jorge’s Party Rental, Cunningham Real Estate and Robertson County Veterinary Services.

Also a special thanks to Cameron Tire Company for giving every child a free soccer ball. Without sponsors and volunteers that spent time coaching, chalking fields, registering players, building goals and countless other jobs this fall spor ts activ it y would not be possible for our youth not only here in Gause, but surrounding communities. A lso we don’t want to forget to thank all you parents, grandparents, relatives and friends who come out each Saturday to cheer the youngsters on.

The Crouch Family Reunion was held on Oct. 16 at the Gause Methodist Church annex. Those who were able to attend this year’s get-together included Ivan and Jean Crouch of Many, Louisiana, Jaqueline Phillips of Fort Worth, Roger Phillips Jr of Weatherford.

Also, Bobbie Hairston of Gause, Meria Crouch of Cameron, Barton and Mary Wade and daughter Sue Southard of San Antonio. The group had a great time of visiting and enjoying the good food. Next year’s get-together is already in the planning.

Gause Junior High football team won their game against the TCA Stars on Thursday. This Thursday they will play at St. Joseph Eagles in Bryan at 5 p.m. On Tuesday, Nov. 2 they will travel to Anderson for their last game of the season.

Gause 4-H Club members, parents and leaders want to thank all who came out on Saturday evening and supported our annual carnival, concession stand and auction, and to those who donated the nice items we had for the auction. The night was a success for our club and the profits will help with doing and paying for activities for our local members. A big thanks to Ray Cass for helping with the auction.


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