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 - Proud of th« N«w Attraction in Katy Taking the...
Proud of th« N«w Attraction in Katy Taking the bows for the compliments on the Green Meadows Golf Course on Saturday were left to right, Ward Stanberry, co-owner; Architect Pro Jay Riviere who designed the Course, and Melvin Scott, co-owner. Winners of turkeys on VFW Turkey Boards are John Cardiff (2), Mr. Tucker, Doug Mullins, G. T. Shearer, John Norville, Norville, Bill Goodman, Norma Norma Moore, Robertson Implement Implement Co., Allen Thomas, Thomas, L. E, Waggoner, Jerry Jerry Zapalac, C. Denny; Roy Kaase, Dr. J. E. Williams, Johnnie Kocurek, Kocurek, Jim Curtis, Jerry Bennett, Ella Pennington, Pennington, B. H. Bennett, W Aschenburk, E. A. Hitt Jim Watson, Jack (Skelley (Skelley Cookies) and Joe Torres. Torres. If you have not already received your turkeys they may be picked up at any time at West Side Grocery in Katy. Look for another list of winners winners in the Times on November November 18th. If you have not won a turkey by then the VFW members thank you for your donation. Golf Pros Open Course With Match Opening ceremonies were held Saturday, October October 31st for the Green Meadows Golf Course in Katy with Mrs. Ward Stanberry and Mrs. Melvin Melvin Scott cutting the ribbon ribbon at the club house. An exhibition match Th«s« Showed You How Ready for the exhibition match last Saturday at Green Meadows Golf Course are left to right: Pro Clayton Stubbs, Architect-Pro Jay Riviere, Champion's Champion's Pro Jinuny Burke and Howard McDonald of Katy. was played by Architect- Pro Jay Riviere, Champions Champions Pro Jimmy Burke, U. S. Royal Representative Representative and Pro Clayton Stubbs and the lone amateur amateur of the group, Katy's own Howard McDonald. They played nine holes and "McDonald's Army" was treated to some real fine golf shots. "We were all shown how the course should be played. Unfortunately, Unfortunately, most of us will have to settle for considerably considerably less when we play it," remarked Ward Stanberry. The weather was beautiful beautiful and the course was in excellent condition. There were many compliments compliments passed on the course by the visiting pros and spectators. The Club house was not completed completed but it was far enough along for the end result to be obvious and it was further decorated by several beautiful plants and flower arrangements. arrangements. The scores on the exhibition exhibition match were: Jay Riviere 33, Jimmy Burke 37, Clayton Stubbs 37, and Howard McDonald 39. The members and owners of Green Meadows Meadows were especially pleased with Howard's fine game. He usually plays well but to do so under the pressure of the occasion was outstanding. outstanding. He has been hired as a part-time instructor for the course.

Clipped from The Brookshire Times04 Nov 1965, ThuPage 1

The Brookshire Times (Brookshire, Texas)04 Nov 1965, ThuPage 1
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