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February. 1995 Community Calendar SPORTS ...See Page 8 for More Sports...
Sportsman's Lady Raider 7th beat Columbus to take consolation Friday, Feb. 3*V
... Raider F, JVftV v t . U Grange. Here, 5 pjn.* |
Lady Raiden at La Grange, 5 p.m.* a
The first National Bank
Eagle Lake 409-234-5591 Member F.D.I.C.
2OI Boothe Dr.
The 7th grade Lady Raiders trav-
eled to Columbus Saturday, Jan. 21, to
fmish up die games for die consolation
bracket in the Columbus Tournament
They played lUce they never
"The plays were falUng into place
Johnson widi one. Scoring for die Raiden were
The Lady Raiders 7di grade took a Shorter with six points, PhUlips and
big loss at die hands of die Lady Leop- Johnson each had two.
Tuesday, F S . 7 .
Friday, Feb. 10
~ Rakler F, JV A V vs. Edna, Here, 5 p-m.* !
Lady Raiden at Edna, 5 pjn.* I
Rakler F, JV A V at HalleasviOe. 5 p.m.* |
Lady Raiders vs. Hallettsville, Here, 5 pjn,* i
Eagle Lake 409-234-3071 more as a teamtfianwe have before," ards from La Grange on Thursday,
which had been held in Dec. The commented Coach Ginger Smith. "It Jan. 19, the score ended up 42-10.
Ladies played and beat the Columbus means a lot when the team pulls to- Coach Smidi said, "The giris
To Announce Your Activities... Call 234-5521 team to take third place.
Coach Ginger Smith commented,
getfier. At the final buzzer the look in
their eyes was priceless. 1 think all of
seemed sluggish. They played like
diey had weights on tfieir feet We Rice JV wins over Halletsville^ Columbus
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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"The girls seemed to ready for this us had tears in our eyes, when the coukln't seem to do anytfiing right.
game. The Raiden were rested and trophy was handed to us. They were so The JV basketbaU
They gave all tfiey had, but we just team gotRice Raiderwins over Hal- OD the win agHiost Halletsville Jan. 20, Rice just squeaked by 44-41.
pumped for action. excited. couldn't get it going." two great on Jan. 17, ending with a score of 66- Coach Murrile said, ' ^ e played
The Lady Raiders never let Co- "CecUia Ruiz summed letsviUe and Columbus. S3, Coach Greg Murrile commenied, an excellent defSensive game. They
1 2 Ground 3 4 lumbus get ahead and they never "This was a huge win for us. We had some hi^e people inside and we
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OLra Altar Society, 9 Hog Day Rice vs. La Grange, S p.m.; Prairie Edge Museum
it up beautifuUy, saying,
'It's all ours.' Girls, you did played well on both ends of the court took diem out of die game, forcing
Texas Drivsr's Ucsnss renewal, 8 am-noon and 1-5 p.m., Angela Phillips and Chandra a great job and I'm proud of and the final score showed our ef- them to shoot fnm outside!".
a.m., church office girls there, boys here Open 2-5 pjn. forts".
1119 Travis, rear entrance, 732-3451; testing: Monday
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Eagle Lake Uons Club, Johnson got into foul trouble early and each and eveiy one of you". Leading scoren for die Raiden
Pilot Club executive board. noon. Community Center (Parents'Night) • " •*•• eventually fouled ouL Scoring big for the Raiders was were Banks widi )3, Cleveland added
only, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
noonmeetmg Willie Gevelaind widi 24 points.
Vehicis License Plate renewal, purchase: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Eagle Lake Recreation The team seemed to gather Scoring for the Lady 11, Perez pitched in six, Grigar and
Eagle Lake Rotary Club, Center Board meeting. 7 Income Tax Amendment Lance Grigar added 16, Rocky LaBlanc had five each and Fold added
basement, Colorado County Courthouse, office of Mary ratified, 1913
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strength from diese two players foul- Raiders were Sandra
Jane Poenitsch, county tax assessor-collector; 732- 12:10 p.m.. Community ing out; they seemed more determined Shorter with 10 points, Banks scored 11, Michael Perez con- four.
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tributed seven, Robert LaBlanc Leading rebounders were Perez,
2710. to win. Phillips with eight and
Social Security: Department of Health and Human Sr. Citizens Dance • pitched in six, and Brian Ford got two. Ford and Cleveland.
Eagle Lake KCHaU, '#
Resources, P.O. Box 646. Brenham, TX 77833. Leading rebounders were Geve-
SCORE (Service Core of Retired Executives): For appoint- 7:30-11 p.m. ' land, Perez and Masion Pratt The JV Raiders played Sealy on
1994-95 ELMS Lady
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ment, Columbus Chamber of Commerce, 732-5881. r Everyone wek:ome; In the game with Columbiis on Jan. 24 and Royal Jan. 31.
Texas Dspartment of Public Welfare, Visits: Eagle Lake $4 per person
Citty Hall, Council meeting room every Thursday, 9
Raiders, 7th Grade
a.m.-4:30 p.m.; main office: 1336 Fannin St.. Columbus;
Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m.. 732-6231.
WIG Program: Monday & Wednesday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Eagle Lake KC HaH. FM 3013at Hwy 90A. By Appoint- Aquarius
Showing off their trophy for winning conaolatton In the
Columbus Tournament are members of the seventh grade bas-
ketball tsam at Eagle l^ks MMdIe School, front row, from left,
Cecelia Rub, Jearllne Stovall, Chandra Johnson and Amy
ment only. For more information, 732-6635. Fearing. In the next row ars Angela Phillips, Tabltha Conner,
Surplus Food Registration: Combined Community Action Jan. 20 to F^b. 19 ,
'* Latashia Henderson and Sandra Shorter. In back Is their
Agency Inc., 903 Preston, Columbus; Monday-Friday, 8
coach, Ginger Smith.
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Phillips was chosen for the Columbus All-Tournament
team this year. HtuUight Ph<ao by JMnnin* Fmring
7 8 9 10 11
Prairie Edge Museum Martha.Qass, Maxine Habitat for Humanity TOPS meeting, 9 a.m.. Ministerial Alliance, 9 a.m.. Rice vs. Hallettsville, S Prairie Edge Museum
Open 2-5 pjB. Griffith, hostess meeting, noon, Nesbitt June Mahalitc's home Hospital Board Room p.m.; boys there, girls Open 2-5 pjn.
Eagle Lake VFD practice 7
SL Mary's 4-H, 7 p.m.,
Cancer Support Group, .
GCMC room A, 3 p.m.
WMU, 9:30 a.m., Virginia
First Baptist WMS, 9:30
Eagle Lake Uons Club,
noon. Community Center
Sheridan Water Supply
Masonic Lodge, 7:30 p.m..
Thomas Edison borp, 1847
8th grade Raider hoopsters lose to La Grange Leopards
Parish HaU,Nada Rice vs. Edna, S p.m.; girls a.m. Corp., 6:30 p.m.. The Raiders played the La Grange some turnovers and it worked as die Scoring for die Raiders were Scott ers were Barrett Thomas and Lopez.
Museum Board, 7 p.m., there, boys here Pilot Club, noon, business Sheridan Community Gestapo authorized to arrest * Leopards on Jan. 19 at die Eagle La^ home team cut die lead down to diree widi 16 points, Hugo Muro and The Raiders traveled to Columbus
Prairie Edge Museum Colorado County meeting. Sportsman's Center and imprison without 1
Middle School Gym. at die end of die diird quarter, 24-21. Johnny Johnson widi five each. Coy Jan. 21 to take on die Sealy Tigers and
Outreach Bible Study, 7 Democratic Qub, 7 p.m. Eagle Lake Rotary Club, Cancer Support Group, trial, 1936 After playing weU in die two Thefourthquarterwasjust as tight Sunderman, Patrick Spates and Sean were at home on Jan. 26, before clos-
p.m., 414 East B. Street KC Game Night, 7:30 p.m.. 12:10 p.nt. Community GCMC room A, 7 p.m. » games at die ELMS tournament last as die Leps outscored die Raiders 12- Lopez each added two. ing out the season on the road against
Alpha Delta Phi, 7:30 p.m KCHall Center VFW Post #8783, 7:30 weekend, die Raiders came out Thurs- 11 for a 36-32 vktory. Defensive standouts iox die Raid- die Columbus Cardinals Jan. 30.
Boy Scouts, 7:30 p.m.. Xi Pi Psi, 7:30 p.m. Study Club, 2 p.m.. p.m., KCHall day and played dieir best overaU game
Scout Hut Narcotics Anonymous, E.H. Wintermann Library Eagle Lake Ambulance \ to date.
Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 Sparked by the play of Warren
Henry Bldg., 8 p.m. Corps, 7:30 p.m.
8th grade Raiders get scratched by Tigers
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p.m., hospital conference Skylab 4 returned to Earth Ambulance Hall Scott, die Raiders played endiusiasUc
Average wage for common ball on botfi ends of the court
room labor in U.S., ^ ^ ^ v
after 84 days in space,
1974 Rk:e played well in die fust quarter The Rk;e Raiders were in action scheme. The Raiders weadiered a Ti- Sean Lopez had a solid game de-
S40per ^ ^ \ but coukln't get many baUs to drop in Saturday, Jan. 21, in die consolation
Ronald Reagan bom, 1911 J ger comeback at the end of die fust fensively, cleaning die bwuds for
hour, 1926 ^ ^ 1 1 die hoop.
, game at the Columbus Tournament. half to take a 19-13 lead into die locker some well needed rebounds. Patrick
. . . The score at die end of one was 9- The Raiders were matched up with the room. Spates, Barrett Thomas and Hugo
4 in favor of die visiting Leps.
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First Quarter Sealy Tigers, a team diat had handled As die second half started, die Muro also had a solid game at the
In die second quarter, die Raiders the Raiders easily during the season. Raiders were very complacent as diey defensive end, keeping the Raiders in
put on a half-court press and the Leps did diings diat weren't seen in die first striking distance. JV Raidar »12, Lanca Grigar, goaa up for two during Rica'a battia with Co-
12 13 14 Valentine's 15 16 17 18 seemed confused about how to set up The Raiders started out on fue to half. lumbua on Jan. 20. Tha junior varatty out-acorad tha Cardinal JV, 41-44.
Prairie Edge Museum their offense. die sharp shooting of Warren Scott Pholo by Wayif Stmrntt
Conmissioner's Court, 9
Day TOPS meeting, 9 a.m., Colorado County Soil and Inservice/Student Holiday Prairie Edge Museum
Rice forced many turnovers that Scott scorched die Tiger defense for
On many trips to die defensive
end, die Raiders found diemselves out
The Raiders had a chance for re-
venge on Jan. 26 as die Tigers pay a
Open 2-5 pjn. WMU, 9:30 a.m.. First June Mahalitc's home Water Conservation Fourth six week period ends Open 2-5 pjn.
Chamber of Commerce, Baptist Church, Sheridan Eagle Lake Rotary Club, District, 8 a.m., Ag. RKC vs. Sealy, 5 p.m.; boys *•*•* led to fast break points and kept RKC 14 fust half points, including four of position and diis led to easy points visit to die Eagle Lake Gym. On Jan.
noon. Sportsman's 12:10 p.m.. Community Bldg., Columbus here (MS Night), girls
in die ballgame at die half, 18-14. duee-pointeis. for die Tigers. 30, die Raiders ck>se out die season at
OLG Men's Club Central Appraisal DisL Elm Farm Ollie became In the second half it was much die The Raiders also put on a half
Breakfast, Andrew Hall,
after 7 a.m. Mass
Restaurant; call 234-2780
board, 1:30 p.m..
Colorado County Fair
Es^le Lake Lions Club,
noon. Community Center
there; last scheduled
fust cow to fly in an same story as in die first. The Raiders court dapping defense diat forced die
At die end of die diird quarter, die
Raiders uailed 30-27.
EAGLE LAKE MEDICAL CLINIC
Rice 4-H Club, Patsy airplane, 1930 went to a Aill court press to try to force Tigers out of dieir regular offensive The fourth quarter turned out to be
Abraham Lincoln bom,
Mrkwa's home, 507 N.
Extension Homemakers, Assoc., 7 p.m. County
Ag. Bldg., Columbus
Historical Commission, 7
p.m. Jazz pianist Thelonious a defensive battle as points were hard
700 S. McCarty Eagle Lake
1890 1:30 p.m.
Lake St, Eagle Lake
Rice vs. Columbus, S p.m.; Colorado-Fayette Nurses, Monk died, 1982 • to get
The Raiders kq>t close by turning 8th grade B 409-234-2066
Children's Service Board,
girls here, boys there
Sheridan FTS, 6 p.m.
Susan B. Anthony b(Mii,
7:30 p.m., Columbus
( Lady Raiders Varsity loses up die defensive pressure, but it aU
Monday, Feb. 13, Continued 4 p.m.. Courthouse Eagle Lake City CounciL / ^ \ • came down to die last 10 seconds.
RAVINDRA KUMAR, M.D.
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Eagie Lake NfTD business Widi die score tied at 35, die Ti-
Outreach Bible Study, 7 7:30 p.m.. City Hall I \ • • • .
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p.m., 414 East B . S L
Rice CISD board, 7:30
meeting, 7 p.nL, fue
KC Game Night, 7:30 p.m.,
Narcotics Anonymous, E.H. L:) ^ = ^ ^ Full Moon
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cue to score an easy bucket widi seven
seconds remaining. game to Leps Internal Medicine
p.m., Adm. Building Scott dien dribbled die full lengdi Primary Care for
Boy Scouts, 7:30 p.m.. Group, 7 p.m., Mansfield Henry Bldg., 8 p.m. / ? ^ p ^ i j 1%) • ' • . • . .
The Lady Raiders finished the fust Coach Laws said,"Chaniberlain On Thursday, Jan. 19, die Lady
• of die court and let a shot go as die
Library, Columbus round of district play with a k)ss to did a fine job of playing Asontie Per-
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Dorcas Sunday School -, HaUetsvUle on Jan. 17. The score was rino man to man die entire game, but buzzer sounded, but his dvee point
Raiders 8th grade B team took on die Adolescent and Adult Patients
Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 Arizona became j ^ Z _ _ ^ 8 y JJ^ • • • • • • • - ' • .
Lady Leopards of La Grange and lost
p.m., hospital conference Class, 7 p.m. 48th state, 1912 •vA'*^ , 50-39. offensively we couldn't score in the attempt rimmed in and out to give die by the sane of 20-10. Office Hours:
^tfS^^ Tigers from Sealy a hard fought con-
room (Continued at Icfl) The disuict record for die Lady transition. Columbus has a good Coach Ginger Smidi said, "We 9 a.m. to N o o n and 1 to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday
Raiders was 3-4; season 7-11. amount of dqidi where as our bench is solation win. started out slow and dien came back a %
Coach Laws conunented,"Our quiet young. Our starters usuaUy play The game ended widi Sealy on t(^ little stronger. Thefirstquarter is what
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 level is stUl not where it should be and die entire game without much relief 37-35. hurt us. We just couldn't get our act
until it is, we wiU continue to lose and it takes a toU on dieir level of play Leading die way for the Raiders togedier. The girls did play as a team
Prairie Edge Museum School holiday. Presidents' Cancer Support Group, TOPS meeting, 9 a.m., WMU Friendship Report cards issued, tlice Prairie Edge Museum against a team that runs die court like were Scott widi 14 points. Demon
games that we should win."
Open 2-5 pjn.
CCA surplus food.
GCMC room A, 3 p.m.
Colorado County Horse
June Mahalitc's home
50 & over party, 11:30
FeUowship, 11 a.m.,
Sheridan Baptist Church
aSD 2-5 pjn.
**** Leading die way for the Raiders in Columbus does." Diggs added 10, Johnny Joiuison had
eight Matt Gertson conoibuted four
and never gave up."
Leading scorers fortheLadyRaid- DOWELL MOTOR SALES CORP.
Providence Baptist Club, 7 p.m., Columbus a.m., Didner Hall, Eagle Lake Lions Club, Renoir bom, 1841 scoring were Annette McTear widi 11 Scoring for die Raiders were ers were Valerie Fields with eight
Ohio admitted to Unioa as points, Niklu Chamberlain widi 10, McTear with 20, Chamberiain added and Coy Sunderman pitched in one. points and Dawn Schwemm with two.
fust slave-free sute, 1803 Church KC Game Night, 7:30 p.m., covered dish luncheon noon. Community Center
Alpha Delu Phi, 7:30 p.m. KCHaU and games Cancer Support Group, Bridgette Baird, Nekeua Johnson and 13, Klein widi 11 points, Machac CHRYSLER Jeep
Ej^k Lake VFD Ladies Xi Pi Psi, 7:30 p.m. Pilot Club, noon, program. GCMC room A, 7 pjn. Andrea Machac each had four points pitched in eight points (including two
and Kaci Klein, Cristal Lockett and three-pointers), and Johnson rounded
Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m.
Boy Scouts, 7:30 p.m..
Narcotics Anonymous, E.H.
Henry Bldg., 8 p.m.
Eagle Lake Rdbry Qub, Rebecca Burrow pitched in two a the scoring out with five points.
piece. HusUing and rebounding were
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Open 2-5 pjn.
Commissioner's Court, 9
Eagle Lake Hospital Board,
KC Game Night, 7:30 p.m.,
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We Need Your Help! I
By Dr. Eric R. Tapper, Podiatritt
SPURRING YOU ON TO TREATMENT
Some health problems you can ignore. Then there are the probtenu Uiat burst
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