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Veteran’s Day program set Friday morning at Gause ISD cafeteria

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

Gause ISD will celebrate Veteran’s Day with a program at 8:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11 at the school. The theme is “Heartfelt Gratitude for your Footprints in History” and all veterans of the community and surrounding area, along with each of you, are inv ited and encouraged to help celebrate the men and women of our military for their service to our country. The service will be held in the school cafeteria.

Hope to see you all on Sunday, Nov. 13 at the annual community Thanksgiving lunch at the Gause Baptist Church Family Life Center. Serving will begin at 11 a.m. There is no cost for the meal. Ladies are asked to bring some type of dessert. Everything else is furnished by people of the community.

Everyone is also invited to attend the annual community Thanksgiving service to be held at 6 p. m. Sunday, Nov. 20 at Gause Baptist Church.

Basketball season is under way at Gause Junior High for the girls and boys teams. They played their first game Monday in Buckholts. The next game is Nov. 17 against Allen Academy in Gause with the first of three games starting at 4:30 p.m.

On the last weekend in October, approximately 60 members of the Mardis and Agnes Blakely family and friends gathered at the Blakely home place out from Gause for their annual reunion. Cousins from as far away as Reno, Nevada, as well as most of the local relatives enjoyed a fun weekend. It began Friday night with Ab Woods cooking homemade stew, corn bread and cobbler for the group while the kids roasted wieners and marshmallows over the fire pit. On Saturday, everyone enjoyed a lunch of barbecue brisket, chicken and sausage prepared by Joe Hobbs and Tee Joe Marks and lots of other dishes brought by those in attendance. The weather was beautiful for the weekend and plans are under way for next October’s get-together.

Wanda and Alfred Coats and Mildred Ely attended an A ll Saints Day memorial service at the Methodist Church on 28th Street in Bryan on Sunday, Nov. 6. This service is a remembrance for church members who have lost loved ones this past year. Their granddaughter K ristin was remembered at this time. They were joined by Kristin’s parents, Lori and Kevin Coats, grandmother Kay, sister and family Lauren and Blaine Ward and Grant. After lunch, they went by the Astin Mansion and visited a few minutes with Ray and Paula Coats and Caitlen and Chelsi Coldiron, who were busy with a wedding.


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