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importance of Individuals Efforts Stressed by Culpepper The annual Football Banquet Banquet sponsored by the Katy Dads Club was attended by 180 persons. A delicious roast dinner was prepared and served by Mrs. Dora Braun and her cafeteria staff at the district team, Katy school. t Randy Jinks, Buster Newman, president of the Katy Dads Club gave the welcome and introduced the other officers. He then introduced introduced Supt. James E. Tay- lor who presented the Bi- district district trophy to Coach Joe Bright who in turn presented it to the co-captains, Martin Haskett and Ronnie Scott. The five players named on the All- Haskett, Scott, SEEDS m TOP CANE COMMON SUDAN SORGHUMS Seeds and Certified SEED Line of T'U7FR Raymond Guzman Guzman and Bill Gnsham were jresented certificates. Bright Braised the entire team and ntroduced them by classes, fie then introduced the fine coaching staff of Butch Blume, Kenneth Welch, Bill Spiller, Dan O'Malley and Howard McDonald and their wives. Guest speaker Pat Culpep- iier entertained with jokes about the Longhorn's great rival, the Aggies and then ?ave a very serious talk, one that may well have been given by the president of the Jaycees, Jaycees, at a state convention, by the chairman of a conservative conservative group or to a group of young men at church. The core of the speech was that this country needs "good young men" and you must begin begin with as well as end with the individual in attaining this. He reviewed the type of principles the men had who made this nation great. Will power, determination, faith, "guts", pride, etc. conies to the young man who first accepts accepts the measure of responsibility responsibility that is his individually. He accepts defeat but learns from it how to win and goes forward. The individual must ask himself "what kind of a team would the team be if all members were like me?" This rule applies all through life. Mr. Culpepper said. The young man should ask himself what kind of a school would we have; what kind of church what kind of town; what kind nation would we have if all the people were like me? Guests with him were Mr. and Mrs. Perry McWilliams of Houston and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. McWilliams of Plainview. Perry McWilliams and Culpepper were co-captains co-captains of the Texas U. Longhorns Longhorns in 1962 when they won the Southwest Conference. a

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  1. The Brookshire Times,
  2. 25 Feb 1965, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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