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Sugarloaf Mountain historical marker ceremony set Oct. 26

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

Remember to mark Oct.26 on your calendar and gather at the Sugarloaf Mountain area to be a part of the placing of a Historical Marker for the mountain. The program will begin at 10 a.m.

Soccer games were played here in Gause on Saturday. This Saturday they will be in Cameron and back to Gause on Oct. 26. Lots of activities taking place that day here in our town.

Our sincere sympathy to three families here in our area. Saturday graveside services were held at the Gause Cemetery for Nelda Sue Reese Baggerly. Sunday afternoon graveside services for Zola Mae Stevens Kornegay. Monday at 10 am services were held for Lizzie Reese Light at the Gause Baptist Church. Burial was in the Gause Cemetery.

The rains we had over the weekend were really a blessing.

Garrett Reed, Kendall Lee, Cameron Cooper and Connelly Cooper, members of the Gause 4-H Club were in Waco the latter part of last week showing animals in the Heart of Texas Fair. They were accompanied by their parents.

The Gause Junior High football team won their game against McDade on Thursday. They will play Round Rock Christian at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct.17 at Georgetown McMaster Field.

On Saturday, the GJH cross country teams participated in the Round Top-Carmine Cross Country Invitational Meet. Gause boys participating were Clay Sheppard (97th). Seth Vinton (112th) and Jaxon Hayles (120) against 135 runners.

The girls team placed 10th overall. GJH members were Faith Walton (sixth), Natalie Jones (18th), Mckenze Huffman (45th), Angelia Zeig (82nd) and Taylor Todd (95th). There were 100 girls running. The average time for the Gause girls was 18:07.58. The district cross country meet will be held Monday, Oct. 21 at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.

Volleyball, football and cross Country will be ending for the season soon and then basketball will start.


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