Clipped From The Brookshire Times
Many Local Men Fnjojr Deer Hunting and Camping Deer hunting seems to be the main topic of conversation these days. Many hunters headed for "deer country" the first few days or first week of the season. One such group hunting on their lease near Junction included Hal Cardiff, Jimmie Johnson, Harold Johnson, Gene Stamps, Howard Pennington, Tom Cardiff, Van Scroggins, Buck Freeman, Herman and Sonny Meyers. All of the group, except Howard Pennington, bagged a deer. Hal Cardiff and Sonny Meyers both got their limit of two. Buck Freeman's deer had the most points —11. Some of the group killed several Javalina hogs. Also hunting In the Junction area were Van Poorman, Harold Poorman, Ed " con and James Bacon plan to] leave Friday for Leaky to join the hunters still there. Lloyd Matzke brought home a deer and a bobcat from a weekend deer hunt near Columbus. He was hunting with E. F. Matzke who did not get one. E. H. Martin came home with a 7-point buck from a hunt on his lease. Mr. Martin hunts with his nephews Ed and Victor Hovas, and Ed's wife, Jean, K. S. Gregory and his son-in-law, Bob Murray, all of Houston. Bob is proud of his 19-point buck that was finally bagged this year after getting in the gun sights of the group several times in the past two or three years. G. V. Nelson, Hershel Poorman, Jr., and Frank Herring T »1I Wfflta Hicta Hamp <* Houston, along with several Jr., and Willis Hicks, namp w OIIBton wer » huntinir was the only one in the group to bring back a deer, an8' Bt from Houston were hunting Fredricksburg. Herring pointer. This group also killed several Javalina's and 3 turkeys. Jack Donald entered the 122 Ib. 10 point buck he shot last week in the Utopia Lions Club "the biggest" contest. The hunter who bags the largest with the most points in that area will be the recep- ient of a shot gun at the end of the season. got an 8 pt. buck on this trip. Bill Harlan and Selwyn Bacon hunted at Normangee one day but didn't have any luck. Buster Batson got a 12 point buck on his lease near Leakey. Olen Bachelor and a group from Alief hunted near Rock Island. Bachelor killed a 4 pt. buck. Melvin Scott joined Rev. T. al in to f the season. Dibbens for a few days hunt- L. Chester Jordan, Melvin Jor-;. , V j.ndpninol WOWPVAV dan, Gordon Fussell, Smokeyj™* « IfS^^T^' « Waggoner, James _Griffin, Ce-l^ ouy CH OOy » y ' , .riiQu uuiituiu »t v unuci uuui Ward Stanberry, and Gus were j D Wood8( Mr and Mrs Cummings spent the first few j Des Woods, Rev. Ferd Daw- days of the season at their son> and Mr and Mrg John lease near Uvalde. Ward got 2 Also hunting at Vanderoool ' '' ' - - on lease near Uvalde. Ward got ^ Casey. Mr. Woods brought 8 pointers, Melvin, an 8 point, back two 9 point bucks which and Gus also shot one. Jer-| ne shot at a distance of an-, ry Goynes and Dwayne Fus- j proximately 350 yards. The i a canyon ^\\^ them \ n y le 8aiTle area on suc . [ sell went out on Saturday ideg,. were across Cecil and Gordon stayed sev-|f rom nml and ne eral more days hunting with them. James Rhoden and son Jess, returned this weekend from cessive days. Mr. and Mrs. J. . D. Woods and a party will re- turn to Vanderpool for Mr. and Mrs. Whitt Bains, ing the holidays are Jack Donald and his nephew, Gary Gostecnik, and Ted Maler and son. Gary. Charles Cardiff, G. P. Nelson, L. E. Morrison, John Cardiff, and Jesse Freeman were hunting near Kerrville. G. P. Ray Woods and Rev. and Mrs. See Hunting Season Continued on page 8 a hunt to Harper with a party .Thanksgiving holidays. of friends from Bastrop and 1 Baytown. Jess did not get a deer this time but plans to go back next week for another try. Mrs. Clarence Euton and grandson, "Butch" accompanied Clarence, Cecil and Johnny Dolen to Bracketville. Clarence and Johnny each got an 8 pointer. Halden, George, and Greg Longenbaugh, Albert and Olen Thompson, Lloyd Sloan, David Southard, Fred Hoyt, Carey Pitts, Alvis Evans, Ray Southard, Rev. Durwood Blackwell, and Arthur Robichaux were hunting near Leakey. Mrs. Greg and Mrs. Halden Longenbaugh, Mrs. Albert Thompson and Mrs. Blackwell went but stayed at tourists courts in Leaky while the men went hunting. Lloyd Sloan, David Southard, Ray Southard and Olen Thompson each killed 8 point bucks, Robichaux - a 7 pointer and e. turkey, and Alvis Evans bagged a 9 pointer. The Greg Longenbaughs, Mrs. Thompson, Ray and David Southard, Olen Thompson and Lloyd Sloan came home. Selwyn Ba- the 5 left Monday afternoon for a return trip to his lease at Utopia. Mrs. Bains will return on Wednesday, but i Mr. Bains will remain over the Thanksgiving holidays trying for his buck. Among to others planning to hunt dur- Nelson got his limit of two deer. John Cardiff bagged an 8 point and Jesse Freeman killed a turkey. Hunting on the Richer ranch near Utopia were Mr. and Mrs.