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JanuAry 13, 1966 Jewell County Record, Mankato " ) " [" f " l Coca Cola Fizzy Five 22 50 lal unhl approved by the K-State IWednesday evening with Mr.: bowling teams were bowling ue J [t.t Ranch Bovvl Tuesd SIx I Speed Wash 16 56[Faculty Senate in mid-February and Mrs Jim McMillan Gerald ' there Our daughter, Glenda Lee, w 1 I lq,gh tndividuals, 3 Games: Since the university no longer delivers trailer homes to all is a member of the Superior - Mankato Greenhouse 47 29 i Nyla Berg, 473; Opal Teeple, holds a winter commencement, parts of the U. S. At this time !Traveling team. (Games Played Through Friday, January 7) 'F [453; Maxine Walker, 453 [diplomas will be mailed the lat- he was enroute to Michigan I Mrs Jim McMillan has two ronuer tJas & t.)ll 4~ 62; l tl " i ' " ! " " --- I 1" ~I/ gh Indlv2duals, Single Game: ter part of February to students Several from this area attend- Persian kittens she wants to WOMEN'S LEAGUES 175; (tie) Norma Kiehl and Vir-i~: o. ~o-op ~levator ~z;/2 o~:/? [Nyla Berg, 189; Bulah Folsom, [who cam lete their work satis-'ed the ball games at Esbon on find homes for i Ri " ~tate v.xcnange uanK 6iV2 azv2, "~ P . I " gin a ghtmemr, 172 t* c+ ~ A ~, 1/ AA~/ 1177; Elaine Peterson, 172. tfactorily. Students who earn de- I Fnday evening. Esbon played I Mr. and Mrs. Dean Leonard " ' f~--,~ I ~"#"~ ~?'Y~'"u"oeweu-mltcne 'I':/2, a~'~"~ Its, -- o~rees at mid-term may partici-I Hunter, both girls and A team ~and girls were Sunday afternoon . I Clasmcal [ u,t o-op v21 MEN'S LEAGUF.~. pate in the June commencement]boys, with Hunter winning both visitors at the Rolla Dietz home w ! f talgn tnaiviouals, .~ L, ame~' " ames No i " " It~ ep, I w ! I :;" [ exercises, ff they wish. [g . t many g rls basket-! Mr. and Mrs. Bud Zadina, . ",~ ,~o z~ aoyce t~raamcK, o~; rann " ball ames are la ed so thi t l~liter~ o,71/ -,n/ R-K Shonoer 57 15 I [ ltlo. Among the candidates for de-[ g p y,s ,Vlckl, Cindy and Steve, of Belolt -- o~72 0v72 r-- otroup, "*re; lvlarle Nlorrls 411 I .At~t~ ' [ n n" Sp-- ~sLrkl'~ 1 1 Formosa Merchants 39 321 grees are 34 seeking the doctor o e was e joyed, llwere Sunday guests of Mr. and l~p~ 35 32t~ r,nor~n Ch~vrole~ 381/~ 331/9 ] ~g~mmvmuais, ~]ngie ~,me. f ~. W i of philosophy, 1 the specmhst m] Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moyer ac-,Mrs Roy Van We Steve was ~,~ raanas .~a aa -~ e, - ~ ~ /~ .-,r~ la tmr " ,Jerrys Sta, d,d 441 311 . . Y'. ~t~ te B~- ~, ~ t. Jewell Co. Record 33 39,^~.~ . g' 207; . Mane Morris, 'w w ~xt ~ ~ t~ educat,on, 1 the master of arch,- compamed Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I celebrating h~s 3rd b~rthday.~ ~ ~,~, u, ~.~uu. ~ o.~ ~n~h Bowl 31 41 zoo; Joyce ~raarlcK, 193. I~- ~*.*.- %0 ~o tecture, 18 the master of arts,[Remus to Abflene a week ago[ Don't forget the date of the -u ners zs 40 OtLtL xc.mtge Dank on " a " '" - Boooaarts 17 55 [h ~ -~ v ool/.and 101 the master of sclence, lSund Y. Red Cross Bloodmobile at Man- ntgll Individuals, 3 Games" /q~h Individuals 3 Games.[ Friday Nighterg I~"~'J~'-~,- ?L72 o.?72 At theundergraduate level there[ Mrs. Tom Miles has been kato, Jan 13, 1966, from 9"00 ~aith . ." ~,bt. Tneresa s ~z 44 . n i " ) " " ~. Stroup, 524; Vwginla Helen Uzdill 562" Faith Stroun, I w ! f o ~o are 16 candidates for the bach- [spe d ng some time at the home a.m. to 1:30 p.m. You are needed [~l,) I" Ot~t~lll~$ oaroer ~no --o -,o i ~trnemr, 480; Twila Morris, 488" Nvla Ber~ 462 ]Jewell Count, Co o'- 52 20 I .P elor of architecture, 46 for the/of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry. Sutton l for this worthy cause. t~ 1 o, .~ - 1-' l-llgn lnOlVltlUals, 6 tJaxu~: near Kansas Cit assistin in -" ~Ii~b Individuals, Single Game: ]Wagner Drug Store 46 26 r~iebsra r~ a ~a. a~ n~ bachelor of arts, and 345 for the I y, g Thanks to Mrs. Frank W. gh Individuals, Single Game:)Selen Uzdill, 199; Helen Uzdin, ]Farm Bureat{Ins. 41 30 "~n'~'~'~"ibachelor of science. ]the care of her new grandson ' Boyd, Sr for the New Year's ~atla Stroup, 214; Faith Strouo. 1183; Nyla Berg, 182 t Hills Construction 381,6 331~ [ lqi~h [~di,m~,~ o Clarence Frederick Shook of,Mrs. Anna Wmrenga, Mr. ana~greetmg containing the pictures - -~ ' "= "- ,~.-:' ",":-.-. ": ' ~2~.~,me; Esbon is a candidate for a Bach-[Mrs. Fred Remus, and Mrs. Ver-[of her great grandchildren. ]~)~icnarnadU~9 n~e~~ /~lle%xn~a:: elor of Arts degree. . [da Alcorn were Sunday dinner [ ~ -- [on~, u,[guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry] '1 /I [ The Masonic District Meeting lMoyer. [ I L1 ~,~ -77 held recently at Randall was at-[ Ionia P. T. M. postponed their] ~||R|| "r|~ [ t~e~stone tended by the following Man-I January meeting and plan to[ atava~aa~ aaa / [~. w 1 kate Masons: Lawrence Thomp-[meet Feb. 7. I ,~ iKanch Bowl 48'28 son, Max Ortman, Arch Weaver-[ Stitch and Chatter Club met] I'-T~--- L LI,Waugh Oil & Gas 44 31 linz, Jerr~ McCollum, Richard]Thursday afternoon with Mrs.[ ]s L: :--:: : - ~! II l~' Kramer Furniture 37 38i~ Diffmond, Lester Broyles and E. [Mannie Loomis at her home] ~ ~j~'~%'~ ~F~ ~ mmm~J ~" I L & B Electric 39 37 M Tyler ,near Jewell. I ~kT~i~!l[ 141~1 i~t~lll ! Boogaart' s 30 46 " -- ~ ] Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz were[ lg Sw~pe's - . 29 47 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buster and[Mankato visitors and were din-[ l~/l/b~|k~12~lk(I I-~q 1 gn lnaiviauals,3 Games: family of McPherson were herelner guests of Mrs. Dean Leon-I! "~":~i~[~l~lJJ:~ "1: ~" ll Gerald Ault, 563; Rex Freeman, recently to spend the weekendlard ~~,~ ~ ~ I! l 559; Lee Junker, 550. visiting at the home of her[ Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMillan of I ~l[ High Individuals, Single Gam~ father, Oscar Newlin. Earl drives [Salina were Sunday guests of ~ I~l~t~" ~ [ Rex Freeman, 227; Gerald Ault, a transport for Coop. [Mr. and Mrs. Jim McMillan.[ I 213; Lee Junker, 204. [ Sunday guests of Mrs. Thelma 1 ~ ~ (~ ~ . [ ~ [Haupth and Roger and Ensign, [.r ~ ~| l A a-onant IOM]a/lk I Douglas Hauptli at the North-][ ~ ~,~ ~ '~1~1~ l w 1 [side Care in Cawker were" Mr l i : By MI~S. I~ONA !!~ an Mrs Vir il SI e " " "[ I Knights of Columbus 5422 - d . g at and family, [ Burr Oak Plumbin~ 38 38 Rex Henningsen assumed his Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pearson and~ [ ~ ~ll!ll[~[| B. O. Amer. Legion36 40 duties as a bus driver for the family, Mr. and Mrs. I1 Hale Drug Store 36 40 Esbon district last week. Borger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Borger and Charlotte, lmm and Gary Hauptli and friend of l Newell's Implement35 41 Sue Shoemaker missed sever- Railriders 29 47 al days of school last week be- High Individuals, 3 Games cause of illness. Manhattan. Our customers come from Max Ortman, 562; Carl Stepp Earl Hillman was a mumps Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rose re-imany states - and our repute- 554; Percy Oliver, 517. victim last week. turned home last week from)tien for friendly service 18 High Individuals, Single Game Charlotte Deters, a student of their trip to California. traveling far and wide. Eujoy Ralph Seems, 219; Max OrtmanK-State, rode with some college Ionia Grade School boys plan it yourself drive in and- 208; Carl Stepp, 205. students to Dallas, Texas, to to play the Lovewell boys there 2 m And for wheat-NIPAK 46. Get better wheat crops and earn bigger profits. Topdress your wheat with Nipak 45 right now~ for greater yield and higher protein. Nipak 45--~'45% nitrogen fertilizer from Urea~gives you one-third more nitrogen per pound than any other form of solid nitrogen fertilizer---which enables you to handle less fertilizer ar~l ~" w IIBI A. Cantrell, manager, Lovewell, Kansas more ground in less time. Nipsk 45 is unl. formly prilled, too. It flows easily, won't cake, clog---or corrode your equipment. Nipsk clio dissolves in the soil moisture and moves quickly to the root zone where it stays put until your crops need it. So for more grow power, esk your local Nipak dealer about Nipak 45. He can help you plan a complete fertilizer program because he can an)vide a complete fertilizer sendce. | Phones: Webber, PL3-4453; Formos Formoso 794-2483 Midas w ! Hedges Conoco 50 251/ 36-66 Service 42- 34- Jewell County Co-op 38 38 I R-K Shopper 37 39 Citizens State Bank 34 411 First National Bank 26 50 High Individuals, 3 Game. I Richard Ross, 539; Thaine Clegf 1529; Lyle Rightmeier, 525. I High Individuals, Single Gum, Thaine Clegg, 210; Richard Ros ' 209; Don Uzdill, 207. Hercules w ! Dr. Simon's 41 35 Jewell Co. Record 40 36 Jensen's Texaco 38 371/ Speed Wash 38 38 Morris' Garage 36 39~ Ute Theatre 34 42 High Individuals, 3 Game: Jim Bell, 576; Carroll Collins 521; Ralph Demaray, 519. High Individuals, Single Gam~ LeRoy Eaton, 204; Jim Bell, 199 (tie) Ralph Demaray and Jirr Bell, 198. Manhattan -- Names of 562 candidates for degrees at the conclusion of Kansas State Uni- versity's fall semester were an- nounced by Dr. Ellsworth M. Gerritz, dean of admissions and I records. The degrees will not be offic- The only way we could make a Catalina look even better would be to show you its price tag, Because stretching back for nearly 18 feet behind that dashing front end Is everything that would make pricing a Catalina the next logical step: A 389-cu. In. V-8. Wide-Track wheels. Nylon carpets. A package ofsafety features including seat belts front and rear. And one of the roomlast trunk= In the field. Come in, take on end price out a tiger at your Pontiac daalera-a good plllce to buy uud r too, Wide-Track Pontiac spend part of her Christmas va- cation there. She went by bus from Dallas to Victoria, Texas, to visit her brother, Boyd Deters and family, and all of them vis- ited an aunt, Mrs. Anna Dolli- son of Houston, Texas. Gerald Clark of Denver visited Friday afternoon, regularly. Special number for church on Sunday was a vocal solo by Lynn Spooner. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bartley and Gall were at the Ranch Bowl in Mankato, Sunday after- noon, as the Traveling League E & R MOBIL VI[C Mmdmto, Hwy 86 FR i C4 e Mon : Your tedepho is it's worth, a it foe you meosute u In terms of cost and val rea/buy for the money, ue today s telephone service is. a cUStomers. 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