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Seminole Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Seminole, Texas A by it my wicked warriors Wallop wildcats 37-20 an offence that prior to Friday Light had shown Little evidence of explosiveness provided the fireworks for seminoles 37-20homecoming Celebration Over the Lov Egton wildcats. The indians paced by Quarter it ack Donald Roberts halfback Ary Squires and fullback Ricky Tansell racked up 352 Yards on he ground in an impressive Vic Ory Over the new Mexico visitors. Prior to Friday night the indians Yere holding Down the cellar spot n team offence among District aaa teams. In fact the ind ans gained More total offence against Lovington than it had in is two previous outings. The indians supplemented the Rell oiled running game with 123 Yards passing off the accurate of Roberts for a total offensive Effort of 475 Yards for the first Victory of the 1972 Grid Campaign. Squires who scored two touchdowns during the evening led the team in Rushing with 112 Yards on 22 carries. Mansell picked up 90 Yards on 13 trips and Roberts had 102 Yards on 22 carries. Wingback Charles Wrenn carried twice for 22 Yards. It was Sweet Victory for coach Claude Chappell s tribe who really were threatened Only once during the contest and that was just after the half when the wildcats had narrowed the margin to three Points after a 35-Yard pass from quarterback Pat Sorrells to end Joe Anderson. Chappell was obviously pleased with the Victory As he was Able to follow his game plan to a tee. He had hoped to give his offensive unit a boost by allowing it to rest while younger and More inexperienced players handled the defensive chores. Chappell followed through on his intentions and his offence did indeed take a giant leap and the defense despite some big plays including three Long passes for ads showed Promise of jelling in time for conference play. Seminole received the opening Kickoff and marched 78 Yards in to plays to score the first to with 8 17 left in the period. Squires scored the tally on a dive from two Yards out and Roberts booted the extra Point. After an Exchange of series Seminole punted its Only time and Lovington took Over Wrennis punt on the 34-Yard line. Five plays later Sorrells tossed 54 Yards to Anderson but the wildcats missed the extra Point and Seminole led 7-6 with 2 58 left in the first Quarter. After the Kickoff Seminole again marched 70 Yards in to plays for pay dirt with Squires taking it Over from the two. Roberts kicked the Point after. Lovington received the Kickoff and drove to the Seminole two Yard line where the indians exhibited Brilliant Goa line defense and took Over on the two. Three plays later a Roberts pass was picked off by Greg Hogue to Stop an Indian drive that had reached the Lovington 36. Seminole forced the wildcats to punt and the tribe moved to the 11-Yard line and faced a fourth and five situation when Roberts was called on to successfully kick a 28 Yard f i1 j goal to give the tribe a 17-6 halftime advantage. On the first Possession of the second half Seminole drive 76 Yards in eight plays for another touchdown. The Climax to the drive was a 23-Yard lob pass to end Philip Montandon. Three plays after the Kickoff Sorrells caught seminoles secondary off guard and sailed a 76 Yard touchdown pass to fullback Hal Graham. Sorrells booted the Point after. Seminole mounted a Good drive but it fell Short of a first on fourth Down at the Wildcat 21-Yard line. On the first offensive play Lovington Sorrells again surprised the Indian secondary with a 40-Yard pass to Anderson. Three Downs later Sorrells tossed 35 Yards for a to to Anderson with 1 04 left in the third period. Sorrells booted the extra Point and the warriors Lead had been whittled to 23-20. Seminole received the kick and went 66 Yards in 12 plays to give the indians a comfortable to Point see indians Page 2 Emmo engine i k a 65county-wide sunday edition tax included to pages Seminole Gaines county Texas sunday. September 24. 1972. Price 15t no. 94 last goals meet slated tuesday Seminole Scarback Seminole halfback Gary Squires Lovington. Block for Squires is Charles Wrenn la. Squires was 22 picks up part of his 112 Ricky Mansell 33danny my the leading rusher for a a he tribe Yards Rushing Friday night against Milwain 65rory Lacy 51 and Sentinel photo my farms operators chosen Best 1972 conservationists local citizens will meet in the third Public meeting at 7 30 . Tuesday to put finishing touches on what promises to be a bold a goals for Seminole a program. The third and final Public meeting is scheduled for the Seminole Community building. Again All interested citizens have been urged to attend the planning session. Chamber president Carroll Haralson said the purpose of tuesdays meeting is to finalize goals suggested at the first two sessions and put them into a list of priorities. In addition task forces will be appointed to help implement these goals. Coordinating the program is Delbert Downing former Midland chamber executive who is serving As interim chamber manager Here. More than 60 suggestions have been discussed at the two meetings and the objective now is to put these goals into action. A this is where Delbert comes in a a Haralson said. A the has the professional know How to help us make these goals a reality. We have no intention of placing them on a shelf to collect there will be no group discussions at the tuesday meeting but rather a general discussion to determine what suggestions might be withdrawn and what goals might be added. Persons will be asked to work on a task Force to help accomplish goals that Are finalized tuesday Haralson added. M or Doy hopi Clay for students Seminole school pupils get their second Holiday of the school year monday while faculty members will be involved in an in service workshop. Classes will resume tuesday morning after a full Days work on a self evaluation program in preparation for the evaluation by the Southern association of schools and colleges. The Seminole High school marching band however will be involved monday in the annual Panhandle South Plains fair Parade. The band under the direction of Sammie Robertson will March in the Parade monday morning and Bondsmen will then enjoy the fair Midway. The band will be seeking to defend its first place Honor won last year in the Parade. A 120member Strong the band will March 42nd see band Page 2 two Gaines county Farmers were honoured thursday As the county a outstanding conservationists in a Climax to the annual farm tour. D. C. Jeffries of Seminole and Delton Mills of Loop partners in them a farms were named grand jury returns 40 indictments Here a Gaines county grand jury last week returned a total of 40 indictments out of 47 cases heard by the panel. Meeting wednesday and thursday the grand jury indicted Luther b. Murphree or. For rape. Gomesindo Delos Santos was indicted for the june 18 burglary and theft of Western Auto in Seminole. Two indictments were returned Agal is. Sharon Ann Killgore one for Possession of marijuana and one for Possession of narcotic paraphernalia. Indicted for the same charges were Vernie Norman. Also indicted for Possession of marijuana were Joe Martin Smith Jerry Ray Landers Charles Winston Price jr., Curtis Ray Hill and John k. Patrick. Indicted for felony theft were Ruben Cortez Jesse Lee Tracy Juan Renteria Rodriquez Jose Angel Contreras Saucedo and William j. Pitt. Indicted for theft with Worth less Check were Rusty Stewart Al Meshell Bob Wilson ted Hamlett Harrison w. Mace Peggy Rollins mrs. Jerry g. Wright Kenneth w. Cole o. H. Cox Clarence Pritchett Larry boat right Walter p. Gaines and mrs. Arthur easter or. Indicted for burglary were Michael Waller and Richard Yan Dell. Johnny James Jackson was indicted for theft and burglary. Other indictments returned were Lawrence to Layman Dpi Jesse Mcneal jr., child desertion Joe Mccullough passing forged instrument Bob d. Hanson embezzlement Ricky Spencer removal of mortgaged property and Billy Don Forbes destruction of property. Members of the grand jury were f. W. Mcdonald of Loop Foreman Arnold Smith a. J. Kimbrell j. S. Knisley mrs. J. M. Crow Horace Hancock mrs. Joe Anderson mrs. Grady King a. L. Armistead a. C. Baker mrs. B. D. Marchbanks and Louis Basquez. Outstanding conservationists for 1972. The award was presented at noon thursday at the Barbecue that concluded the annual farm tour. The two men Are engaged in a farming operation Southwest of Seminole. The award was presented by Don Moore president of the Seminole Lions club. During the past year the two men have carried out a conservation cropping system which has included a variety of crops. The Farmers have practice crop rotation have installed irrigation collection tanks and have planted cover crops. Them a farms was the first Stop on the tour which began at 9 . Thursday. Approximately too persons saw the irrigation collection tanks at them a farms. The tour then viewed the drip irrigation systems being used at the Wolfe peach Orchards. The tour then viewed a Cotton stacking unit at the Mccleskey Gin. From that Point the tour stopped at the Marion Bowers farm where narrow Row Cotton varieties Are being grown for demonstration. The next Stop was the Texas a w Mexico potato co. Where the potato processing Plant was explained. The Barbecue was held 17 Miles West of Seminole at the Roadside Park and it was sponsored by the Gaines Andrews soil and see award Page 2 Ole Dayton says a change the me thing most of us want least b the one thing we All need a Hospital is a lot like most Public institutions it is big it generally belongs to the people it id it comes in for r orc in it i its Hare of unearned criticism. Its a pleasure when compliments Are paid the Hospital and or this reason we re delighted o pass along the following. On aug. 22 an Amarillo minis or and his family were Enro Ute ome from vacation when they Ere involved in a two car mis a 22 Miles West of Seminole n the Hobbs Highway. The Rev. R. G. Freidricke and is wife Ruth were seriously a Jared and the couples four children also were injured. All were brought to Seminole s memorial Hospital for medical treatment. The Hospital recently received a letter from the Freid icks who Are Back Home follow a their satisfactory recovery. Mrs. Freidricke wrote a your Lay in Seminole was something in will never forget the kindness shown to us and our child in was the greatest. I want All your staff to be Able to read Sis letter because we do so appreciate All of you and what by did for us of a was we know our Good lord Otec ted our family May he Iso bless each and everyone of u Fine people. We shall never Durget you and Hope to Stop by ome Day a Cdr. Dow and or. Howell Are by special to us and we want add a special thanks to them. La of you were just the Accident occurred near the ate line but the letter express appreciation that the family was ought to Seminole where such be medical facilities and Screes exist. The letter is a tribute to our Edical staff Hospital staff and Iso to the citizens of this com a Unity who contribute to the medi a1 services of our town. The University of Texas of in permian Basin in Odessa s yet to hold its first class t All indications Point to a St class institution. At least the staff members la have one of the most mod a dictation systems available r instance a Dean professor administrator can dial a num a wait for a beep and then i a state. The letter will be waiting on writers desk the next morn. The system enables a staff Ember to work at any hour of Day or night. In addition the letter is typed a magnetic tape which records a views Page 2 Homecoming Queen Homecoming Queen Pennie Harber was presented to fans Friday night prior to the Start of the Seminole Lovington Grid Battle. She was crowned Friday afternoon during ceremonies in the school gym. Miss Harber is the daughter of or. And mrs. Joe Harber

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