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JANUARY 26. 1967 JEWELL COUNTY MANKATO KANSAS. ~IB ~ ~ ~ ~ L~ nd ] , i ~ . , ,tO~rOI nuty With me l~us" "Sell Lange u ' ~ "uuc ........ ~ y " ........ ,,,,, whvn uI Bmi - I ,. ~ I Mankato Defeated I mm r '; r K, [Glen Elder Tuesday ] __ __ I l Vii I The Mankato?ougars defeat I ii 9 ~'~I ~ I h s lt l drive name of the donor remainled Glen'Elder 79 to 54on the, I il P m ~ i During. tile o,'p( a o '., , I Glen Elder court Tuesday[ t|Pt|TO I ~d~ ~1~,._ ~ I ~ I ?u;3~nP~':~,ct,YdPt;*Cthe allay t~e an~hYm;:;~ Family. I tt;a~5 game I ~,W~ ] b~,~s S~. ~ fore publication, will be print- Other Dono~:D U I Coach Miskimon's varsity I ....... ~ ..... I ~~ ('d. According to Richard I)ia lvianKato . . / : ....... A ;~,~ ........ rl" l-'a'~ and I William uertoy lvionasmltn, / - Imond, treasurer, $8,712.00 Mankato Garden Club. [ e'r se'r' Ye s's;w"considerable ]John Ervin Monasmith, and[ National Advertising Representative ] had been donated ctTcctive Mankato Extension Home- ...,,._ :. "h ..... ~-~* l John Everett Briggs were/ Mankat,, KANSAS PRESS SERVICE, INC. at sd;:Y'weJ, aknt?,:Yr2::.,,rd will mBkdr-sAUwiete club. I:: ink i!! !an 2 e[eC .rdnt:Jtehr:rg'ed ! hP e agmi t;nd:nyl FRIDAY-SATURDAY - SUNDAY 701 Jackson, Topeka, Kansas 66603 I print a complete list of the John Sink, Esbon. /Ja. ~.~...~... L.~..ue tourna-Iwere sentenced to Kansas In-[ _ -- ]thn)rs, with new tomes being Mrs. Elsm M. Proctor, Lal:':,~l~'".~"~Sn'\itt("~enter this]dustrlal Reformatory until dis-] JANUAI Y 27 - 28 - 29 " " lif "" ....... ...... ladded as their money is re- Mwada, Ca /,,+ook 'Pho Cnu~ars nlav Min-/charged according to law by] I can show to an,, human/CCivcd. There will bc three Chas. T. Nmho:. ] ......... ~;~' ;- '~ qrst round aame]Judge Donald Magaw in dts-] Starting at 7:30 p. m, J.~C~:IAL NEW~?.,XP! being, let me do i(now and]lists: those, who have donated Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Blay-[a~'"TV..'00plm'i 'Thursday 3anu-]trier court Friday, January/ t~-] I^(~,-(t~v t-t~ J not defer it for I shall not J$1,000 or more; those who lock. [ .... 9a ' " ' 120. Sheriff Murray took the J .. .j .,__ ._ . Jna~ thi~ w~, .o~;.,, ]have donated $750 to equip aMr. and Mrs. Darus Hcnn-]"'.~.:"'h.~ s..r.s [three young men to the Diag-i :~k L~.~ _ ~ ~ ~.l~K~. X ~1r ...... " "~' ..... /~inge room' and all otheringsen ]"~"~ :""B" 45" [nestle Center at Topeka Men-] ~ i ~ / PLa~:X:~aWLq~I~..i -"' "- - " " ' " " " ' " 1 ManKa'ro , ; . , ] Second Class Postage Pa,d ta /donors. Mr. and Mrs. Russel].,...F:,a..,, /day. From there they wlll be / ~l imMe~R am ' .h t LI !~WELL COUNTY RECORD the Post Office, Mankato, / Donors of $1,000 or more: Walker. / ..............fa ftf to ]sent to the Reformatory at[ '~/ a blomle-/ ~1 *- - . Kansas 66956. / Paul D Crangle Mr and Mrs. Raymond/v n.,. -1" 0 0 2 /Hutchinson. i / : li a -mu / '-., ~o. 33, pr nted weeK- / ~. "" .......... h "l to. ~,c&,, l I i - ~ ~- ~g.~ +;r---.--~ / at .......... t ..... ~ Mrs donn tx r~wK r~m o s /L Mose- 9 5 2 23/ t ", ~,, / I I Ir / /1/ ll~a~ll / manKato, ~.ansas ~oY3o ~unscrlp[lons" '' ~' ~ .... ~;~3 " l Itarry Swope Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wd-/, , ..... u,. , :~4 3 [ Carol Ross, clerk of district[ ~J ; J ! IF q~lN "*~'nte ....... N ]$3.00 per year in Jewell [DonorS.Ka " *" ' of $750.' .' beCka" ear's ]~" ~',~,/,~..,;,.~..~,,. " * 4' ~ 3 10 [court , is in" the Belleville' hos.[~ " - -:: ' - II/I __ , ewspaper of JewellICounty and surrounding/ Dr D D. Allen (memory of) Mr. and Mrs Boll rraass [,. . ,. . , l ]pital, where she underwent anl 7;"-- :' II tl ', o nt " ,~. z, au..a ~ . ., C u y [countms (Smith, Osborne, lit wasrequestedthat the Grace Hancock. ]~ r ..... ~ n 9 2 [operation for a ruptured ap-i V~ a il ! IL ~ !Mitchell,Cloud, Republic [ It"" .'~.":: ....0 4 5 4 ]pendix Thursday morning / ~i~,/ w i ,-I I'r. ~ I TH1R 1R(~V1 countms m Kansas and ~. runt ' .,; TIiE BOYD FAMILY I ' ' , ] 1 w.,,.~,o ,a ,a ,o 4-~ /January 19. She is improving./ ~t~i'~"l~'~l/,ill 0Wner~ ~nd Pnhli,hor, NuckollsandWebstercoun-lMrs. R.B.T-rner Passed [LIONS CLUB NOTES 1.22~.~*,~ a,, ,o. * ...... /Nina McClure, deputy, is lni _ II o,~~ , .............. ties in Nebraska /Away Monday Afternoon -- 1'"7"~"1d r 54"" /charge of the office. / .......... ~. J~./. ! JR /~~ ~. W. BOYD, JR., Editor $400 a year elsewhere | ..... Ill lieu of a prepared pro-] len P. e , . . .... / _- I I ', Ill,'! f I! FrankE~?g, Assocmte Subscribers are asked te]a~M~satRhctBt~oTir?uersM~a~ii~ !!Yn~i!i!~rP!i:/b!!ti~@o~!!;lR]dpehRO;r~Un t! i' it l! idrATt o0 e~3rkN[~a ;i,.__ notify this office at once [Monday after o . Ro ' y ' ] . ''' [Smn Colsnn 7 0 1 14 ]has an induction call for one ] ~ ~1,~ gl i ,.~ ~ ~ I1~~ ._ any good thing that I when they have a change of/t i ,, fie ady will be Wednes- discussea. /.~'.'*, 7,: ........ /for February 1st I ~ I | I ? ~ | t I I rl N~ . mldo, or any kindness thatladdress. [day evening at 8:00 p.m. at[ The local Lions Club an-/2eCv'C l i0 --" I /the Kramer Funeral Home. I nually sponsors one high/=.' . .. ~e , " " 1 14 [Judicial Cases: I emfla hu lkllm . ]Funeral services will be at]school boy to attend Boys'] ........ 2/ Donald L Beasley speeding[ " 't*~""' _.~.~,,~'~~-~ , i ,/the St. Theresa's Church in I State in June. The selection is/~Kwi~;t;ut ; g ; 0/$10 00 and costs ' 'l ~ r . I I I#% II P 1%1 ~1 I ~r h i/Mankato at 9:30 a. m Thurs- made by secret ballot from a[ ....... 2 1 2 i Richard E Boggs improper[ ~:: ~'-. I~r ~'Aq_ I~El.~. I rlUMI:LI t.rlA//l:K iid.y. January 26. The Kramer list of eligibles submitted by[~ti~CKc~n~:r't ~ 0 1 2 [left turn, $10".00 and'costs. [ E:~ ~ F RO.~~ Funeral. Home is in charae., of the superintendent of the 1o-/ . ' ..... ". z /Bond-.. Forf-it-d........ I ~ ~ ~i~ ..~ ---,, --,.~,'lll Bm'-dlRi~ I HOME I~ OLKS I]at','a.gemcms cal high* school. This year's ] ...... Marvin Loomls l 1O 0U 1 / Amandus R Ewact SliCed ] ~?~['~"~ "~e:. ~ ]llllll "__ __ ~1~._. _ ' -' I M.A.B. ii Alice has been a neighbor of successful candidate is Eddie/j3k l~:;n ; 0 0 2 fang, $i000'antl" costs. ' " ] tI !i g,~ ~]~ _~~ il/tm tditor ~ ~d his family for Wilson son of Mr. and Mrs.|~.....~ ...... 2 4 / Robert G Cochran speed-I ~ ~~.;: FF' ~ll~.~ll~l~W'l1~" " I " ' iVI1Ke l~otncnllQ z u ' " ; ':.. '. ' :: ).. : ~- . ~many years. She was a won-IHap Wilson, [ ......... ~ a 16 79 [ing, $10.00 and costs. ] ~'~:~=~ ~/.~ii: '" ~ ..... L r ~ ..... a Vagabond, if rich, is call- mett was getting along nicely iderful person and a topnotch Solicitations for listings of[ .oLam oo o [ ~ [ ~,. ~--.~.~72~ : .:,~ ~_ ~ m i~ ~ im~ L : a tOUrist and was glad to be m, mc. -/neighhor in every respect. Her [birthdays amd anniversaries [ -- J Offlce of the Co. Supt: [ I~~~t ] FlI11/lII~IR llillll~ ~.. -MAB- IGot acquainted with Barbara|rehltivcs and many friends]on the Lions Club calendar are~Mankato Freshmen Lose To i "ONE ROUTE on which[ (~~'#.~ ~ ~ll BBl~||~ll~~= i,'~,Cleration or temperance ] Ingraham, who was with her ]arc saddened by her death A I getting underway. [ Lincoln and Smith Center ]there are never any speeders ] .................... . ~'~ne noblest gift from hea-lmother, Mrs. John Pruitt, and |complete obituary will bcI Consideration is being given | I or traffic jams is the straight i I Ill ~", --Clipped, Mr. Pruitt. - Talked to Mrs. iprinted next week. I to switching our meeting/ After winning five conseeu-land narrow way." / ,! ~' ............. MAB ]Lawrence Thompson, and she ] i nights to the second and]tive _games, the Mankato] The following called in our / Merchants Will Sponsor I Mailboxes are protected by ,a roan is the only animallsaid the lovely 5year old'Molly Barbara Davis ]fourth Thursdays of the]freshmen team was defeatedloffice last week: tester Broy-/Chureh Section In Record IFederal Law, and prankatera ~t can be skinned more than i granddaughter, Angola, was/Passed Away ]month. g definite decision will[60 to 42 at Lincoln Thursday lies, Mankato; Leo Bass, Supt../ " Inr vandals who damage or ~e, with her grandfather in tho] -- be made at the February 27th]ni~ht ,lanuary 19 and lost to]USD No. 279, Jewell; Clarence] Mankato merchants are] destroy the boxes and their -MAB- I car. - Lela Lamb, Leha Men- | Molly Barbara Davis passed I meeting. ] Smith Center 87 to 52 at Smith I Thronson, Mankato: Mrs./going to sponsor a Church I contents may be in for a bva- ~a Survey shows that 663,420 / beck and Ollic Rcager were|awaY at Brookfield, Florida I Our next meeting. February~ Center, Monday night, Janu-] Glenn Fearing, Burr Oak; Fin-l Section in the Record, start-] vy fine or imprisonment, Poll- Utions in the United States/getting their groceries. -]Monday morning, l,'uncrai ser-I 13th, will be Ladies Night, and [ary 23. Ilay Munro, Mankato; Haroldling next week. It will gwe i m+~stcr Lyle Rafferty warlmd we , h S ate Buffalo tlon the cnurcn announcements toaa , the name of Jones. Who / When approaching t c "t' /vices will be held Friday, Jan- ] will be held at the " | For the outstanding defen-I Fansler, Voc. Rehabilita ' / " ' I ' Y" ~:tlt.s to even try to keep[Exchange Bank I noticed sev-/uary 27, at 2:00 p.m. at the/Roam Steak House. /sive player in the LincolnlCounselor, Salina, Kans.; Rod-/of' the various, churches. InI The Postmaster noted tl~at vWlth them? [eral people standing around.|Nazarene Church in Burr Oak,]-- igame. Coach Don Anderson[ney Sandell, Mankato; Mrs.[aaa]uon,, a. nne .~o lO|some 25,000 mall receptaela$ -MAB- i Jon Menhusen and Don Balch/The Kramer Funeral ttome isl..r For Mankalo i selected Fred Rose The coach/Harry Sweet, Formoso: Mrs.] Ch.urcn Ieature - WUl oei were damaged or destroyed In Kansas [had a hose and had been]in charge of arrangements. /~uppe . | didn't pick a "defensive play-[Chas. Swanson, Courtland;/prlnLea eacn_w.ceK.. ..... [in the past year, It was al~l e h sidewalk The Fire Department Because of t~me, it Will De read a news story last/washing t e " ' Y~ ............ / J er of the game" for the Smith[Mrs. Clifford Hancock, Man-/ .......... ]nutcd that 2,641 persons wer~ ( sidewalk lmpossiole to contact all OI that the Hotel-Rcstaur- | explained that the *" " ' [ Roy Eilers received word] _, . ..... | Center contest The freshmenl kate; Mr. and Mrs. Mert~ ..... " " . | arrested in tbe year up h ecomeshckwith1CO and lne memoers otme tvlan ~ the merchants lr you want Association planned tot ad b "'" " ""' ]January 22 from his brother,/, ..... ",~. ~ ~irt-[ will play their next game Feb./Means and Sharon, Jewell;[ ..... : .... s ro'ect I June 30 for damaging 01~ d~r it ofl ~Ihe men Kato vomnteer r ire ~Jep to paruclpate In tm p J , - a bill introduced in thei they melted ' " ' ' ' iLaVerne, Chandlerville, Ill. i ' . . e, .. ~-! a[ [ 2 when Minneapolis will comet Mrs. Bob Marihugh and Lloyd,[ , " ~ .... ";:'~-" )r-' (f ] troying mail receptacles, s n r of b standers merit enjoyea a line supper please contact me ~ec( u ) ~ as Legislature legalizing|had a umbe Y: .... |that their brother,John~ ........ ]to Mankato. /Lebanon; Mrs. Douglas as ..... th o: ..... ,~ ,,f't Iostmaster Rafferty h$,s tO HOO es ~aIe Tnursoay even t~ao~ ~.u.~.~ ~,, ,- ~- * r by the drink" -- think-] including H. R. Rhea, Keith] Eilers, of Oakford, Ill. had]. g , .^ _~s ' wish to] The box scores: [ sey and Joyce, Mankato. [ ~i " ' " ~" .... "[ quoted from the law: WhO- i s rt but lng danuary lU Tney I ce t WOUld boost our tourist[ Halstead and Roy Ba a , |passed away. He had suffered/._ ' ..... :" ............ t/Mankato Freshmen, 42; ] Seven colored boys are part[ " I evc~',willtdly or malicio.uslyha e n tknow whetllerthe i~...~ .~*,~r,1. ,... ~h;--~..,ht manK melr nest, uJe.. u~u. ,. "Blue Ja s" "ulcs tears Qown or aes " Thefollowngls aquota-/I do . Y]a .ear ...................... | ........~ r; ..... 1 /Lincoln, 60. iof the fine Bogue "Y" | IJ ' ', .~ .... ~$ about a little town of] helped or not.- Met Mrs. Mur-]of August from which he had]''' Lut ~,,~ ........... ] fg ftf tp | that nlayed Esbon High Frt-| A. L. C.W. lany letterbox or ottqer lq~e~ } inhabitants, which has a/le Nelson Mabel Yapp, Mr.|not fuily recovered He was/ - /Doug Wirtz 0 3 1 3 ]day Flight. Two of these were] .... [tacle intended or used for tlW ist business of 3,000,000.land Mrs. Clarence Topliff. -|a former residentof this/Home From Vietnam IFred Rose 1 2 4 4 /Louis and Tom\Switzer, ne-[ The A.L.C.W. met at thelreeeipt or delivery of marl o~ le a~ follows" /Stopped to see Gone and JO-]countv ~ --- ]Gre~ Diamond. 0 3 2 3 ]phews of the famous Verlc]Lutheran Church parlors on lany mail route, or breaksol~a ~erhabs our" state could/sephine Tyler Gene had a| -" _ ..... ] Staff Sgt. Paul Zimmerman]Mike Dodd 8 4 2 20 /Switzer, of Kansas State Uni-[ Wednesday Jan. 4th, w thLthe same nr wilfully or nla- asom'ething about attract-~birthday last week and was/ Word w ,s received Friday/arrived: home Sunday .[or ~l[Edie Beck 2 2 1 6 ]versi y ,a, few years ago.[Mrs. Martlla Scversun as hos-/liciously inJured, defaces Qr to n a odd humo~ and we did ~ h of visit Wtth his parents lvtr & Urist business from oneii ' g ", ' |morning of sudden deat / '"" :' ~ " ' ". ]I.arry Blew ,.'1~ 1 4 /c]oae~ TodSteia of Bogue was[ tess and Mrs. Vchna Berg ,tstdestroys any mail del~sit~l r 1 Mr Fled Zlmmermun after , ~ e largest resort centers]not have a fight. -At Dre'-|l)orso Broyles of I)owney,~ S. . ..... .~ .e IJerry Campbelt1 0 0 2 [recer/tty Ohe of Supt. Cla~[program leader. The next therein, shall be' fined.,l~lt he country, Gatlinburg,|iing's we found co a ' Y| California at the age of 80/ Y " " . .... [ Totals 13 16 11 42 | Brown's students. The contest] meeting will be Feb. 1st with lmore than $1,000 or imprm,~l~,, aessee. / R,eager both busy. - Visited] years and 9 months. He was] Air Force m V!etnam. n e n a.o] Mankato Freshmen, 52; ] was vLgorous and interesting[ Mrs. Marilyn Eaton as hostess Icxl not more.than three y~, rs. , )Cated in the foothdls' of ] with Mrs. Rodney McCammon' [the brother of Robert Broyles / been statmnedtatDatheNanU, anoear" l Smith Center, $7. / but frlendsh~' 'p was excellent' | and Mrs. Martha' ' Sever son' .... 1 This.' ~pphes.' to all marl.. ~moky Mountains, this] and Paul also Mrs. Nyle Era-| and Mrs Ota Newlin of Man-] Force base a " g ] fg ft f tp /and the world of race riots,[ will be the prog'~ n eadcr eoptacles and the ma, m -~ Villa.,.~,~of less. th~in ,,3 000[ mert and two fine sons, of] .......... ~.,n ' i arrived at Travis A F B on/Dou Wirtz 3 0 4 6 [ segregation, enmity and jea | . ..... i lhem even though., the boW, ~lanent residents attracts[ Russell. - Stopped to eat at[__ i January 20. He was _met ~n.[ Fred Rose 5 3 1 13 [ousies could have learned curl Jon Colmark Adams late bought by cmzens and arill e orrell Coffee She and Denver b hts sister, Mrs 1 2 it at ' than 3 million visitors a|the C P ] .. , | Y ' " " :~Greg Diamond 1 0 ]most needed lesson had ' ' / ....... Ithtir pcisonal property, l~t* l~ssRT;tb2antng :nd ah:~] pSherlse, a~nt n~!rlEik:e~i;r~res!] h~o~iniS ~tp L~;eB~tyu ~wr2i~i] !hilmdGr!!li:~f f h~Iiemr'nvt!erM!o:~c~ ] M~kee ~O:c~ ~ ~ ~2~ [ g2d;da:h~sb~3.bBO:n~: 2:::] of?~t" ~n:lul.M~innl.O~:mA;lul@i ] ~;s~?r Lyle Rafferty eml~Ml~ illion dollar civic audi-[Had .... -i _. [ P ' ' ' /Larry Blew 0 0 5 0 / The list ' [the birth of a sol ,h,n C) I ..... L.~t ..... ~-~;al. . , . .+ . ~ .~. , ' - .' . ' ~ L'Fat~KSut.s.'o -- a.~.~ +,,,,-,~lp+,+,+~,+,,~+ ~a is now brin~in~ an in-/Paul Lamb el Esho~ Mrs|while vmltmg m Denver, cOld.]for a short v~s~t at theZ~m ~Mike Dempsey 0 0 1 0 /winners of the Jewell CountY|mark Jr Sunday Jan. la j ................. / ~e~+ on t ' ~tt:i~ .... +=+nw++--= m former O a G~eene She underwent surgery m merman home Sgt Z]mmer 1 0 nservatmn Assocmtmn , h g number of conven-Lamb, P .... ,[ . .. | ;' . :[Jim Munsey 0 0 /Soil Co .... [He weighed 8 Ibs. ,l ozs. T et ............... .l- dur' rin is kee n the library npen day. Her address ~s t~oom, man will report to t~omesteaa D ~m se 0 0 1 0 since 1945 includes many sul)-i h-h,,'s -randnai'ents +ire Mrs /any nctLer ~-..~nuum u~ m.u~ lngthe fall and sp g P g . d2a0~tr~s~n~taD~rensy.~ :~u Danny e p Y /i ,.. ~.- .... * i~l~iti,., ,!73, s usneas hs, each Thursday mght and Sat- 530, GeneralRose Memorial Air Force Base the last of 'm ~,,m 1 1 0 3 t stantial citizens of our county [ w.,. ^.~ .... s of St Paul ]to rcauzc the .erm . O~ !~ ,:o:~:a!!df~t:!!@~ llos.1! u JeT~YaCa P 2110 21 52 ~ ~3;::nr ,Ofvitche,_; :~ +anr~:+~f ~nudr~l:;k. Ro ~Als; 0u:i:~:r:a~:+~ tl~n;~s 2,~121grotoOmG3[_ ~;d~,;Yi:fWl II ~ h in Vie~am G li ere There are no on-/at Esbon so ' '' '[ ' '/ g / Mankato Junior High Teams / the Kansas State ep' .I ..... I. o " of an" -ran" ' ' ' - - " " . t i num I' OUt y p L. LiSes hard liquor licenses.] schedule. - I saw Carol Moh-| Butts. ] . ,. / Defeat Kensington ] of Public Instruchon. / l awrence - Kansas college l cw,,,, *h- mailbox dm~aa~ ,ct a person would have' to ler~, Aprd Merrill and Jane A-2c Jack Waugn. lb ~tauo | / Among those attending. ~the I..._~. .......... , .,, r.,.. ........ _ I is the work..... Ol youtns, who cm'=~' nearly 100 miles to buy] Gar o -] ck At R-K Shopper I] og n a. Inch Of M0isture ~ ed at the U....S Atr Force base.. [ The Mankato 7th and 8t t annual Soil Conservation mee . ] ents soon if a phm worked out ] (~ for ,kicks,, and the eoul~h t i ...... Bob "~ ............ Hoa in vietnam ne ., , , nt+ ' . , .. "~ ot o How do found Charley Jelr~ and at Tuy Fade teams won from Ken m was Waltel Wilson rece tvelmt nf Kdnsas f whiskey. [ ' " " '| Fell In Mankato / .... _A g " "l g . , :, ' ] by the Un ": y [ have shown little sympatlW' ' rather strict liquor laws[ who seemed to be getting] ----- ] writes hiS parents, mr. a,m/ sington Thursday January 19,]ly returnea trom me war mI sophomore class succeo(ls. / f,,. *his ,,outhful mean~ o! ~/:~ t the tourist and resort ready to close the store. - I[ 9~ nf ~n inch of moisture] Mrs Ralph Waugh that he ~ 1on the local court The score1 Viet Nam He ~s a graduatel That aoal to raise thel .............. ~ess? Listen to the words/did visit with George and Bet-[ fel'~'~n"M'~anl~'a~o" during thelding a lot of flying. He likes[of the 7th grade game was 28[of Burr Oak High School. [money t~l sponsor an (irphan-/[~ir;sm~3Lt:2c:~mtmgoanisa;~ no na er ot ty Putt and Delbert and Made to et mall and would be . Wall, Jr., ma "g '] . . " . ' '-I past week, according to]. g . !1 o _ -n-ne| to 14 and the 8th grade club[ /age in Vietnant. /olds to l0 days in jail, includ-, ~Ocal Chamber of Com-lline Stevenson. - taope to seeI Clyde Reed, official weatherlnapPy to near trorn a y . ] won 49 to 25. Gerald Cox lsl ............... I In order to accornt)lish this |...'. ......... diet of bah., food. .'e. ou next Saturday night /,,r,~ ...... "rh.,~,t,~r Januar,,lwho would liketo write to/,~ ..... h of the ~unior high[~;AKu ur /Ma~,o .... , . , . .. ;/mr; ~,, .... - [ Y . ,.,,., ........a, "- a ~ .... ~ ~[~ ~:uat. j 't I r~. u. sopnomores na+e mvlteu / .,k. a;et s,,ecificaUon evnlail~~ , "" -- .... " ' " -zc donn .... t ,,c u, ~ , r, , --~-- e feel that it is not neces-[ -- L19 two inches of snow fell,] him. H~s address is A _/teams / ........................ i class officcrs from all Kansas[ ........ ;.n.. wn.~ ht~auSe file to have alcoholic bever-I MANY THANKS /which contained .10 of anl M. Wau.gh, AF 177~3629, 637] The 7th and 8th grade teams1, wewmn to ~t~a~,nbere~,,,,u~s colleges to attend a seminar/.~ioutl~s ~"acted"-like--babte~;;, to have a successful re-[ linch of moisture, Tuesday, ISupply CmA no. ~, t~ox num-] will play St. John's of Beloit I lr!enus, wnoo.,c.,~ -nd "iftslat K U Feb 112 to discuss/The"'were also fined tatf We ' fact, I We would like to t~y to ex-:l 24 we received 15 of lber 1222, APe San Francisco[ ..+ ~'.---'--~o Thursday Janu-I wttn earns, hewers a ~ *L "-.' -,' - '- "~ ~Y are proud ol the Jan. , . . a~ ~..a,,~o~ ~, , ' e - expancnng tnc drive into a , r. , do not have any dives [ P PP Ilan inch of ra -. , .u.a ......... v. "1 ..... statewloe('olegatol)'oect.|inNt,wYorkstate, vQ We ress our a reciation and in 96316 Air mad letters arrive] .... 9a m ~ n. n m The two[ on our 50th wedding anmv r ....... [ plus $1o costs. . . ., ;aVerns where teenagers] feehngs toward all of you forI The htgh for the week was l m 4 to 7 oays ume. / teams will go to Smith Center[ a ~.. ...... u,,,,,[ The K U groul) ia ah'eady/ ...... .~ .oe ....,~ show r which 22 23 . -- Mr ano Mrs. /-L I~. ~xa,e ' youLns were l.teu ~o B~- go. We are not trying to[the wonderful e ~148 degrees on January - [ .... -- | for a paw of games Thursday,] "___ J well under\~;ty on its fund~ plus restitution or reatoratloa+, Pete 1 h Rend or Las you gave to us last Thursday and the low was ~ negroes Caaenes 2 , w't * ,;I ' ., * / /February . / ............ I drixe with a full-scale variety/ ......... -~,.ivin" for an iiid~f[- is T 1 s of race mght We appreciated seeing above on January 19 The box scores TMANK YUU I'ch II p~u~ ,u u~ ~s here are ot " 'l " ' . I . .... _1 : ] [ sh,,w benefit scheduled '' ~nite neriod, plus an 8 p:lla, % in the United States1 all of you and thank+ you soI .... / The meeung was cane. mI Mankato /th, 28; | r "";+h to-~hank all my/in Hoctl Auditorium. ~curf~w plus a written anal~,tS Wewant them here " / much for all the gifts AlSOl ur ano tv~rs, ulnueu uwens-/ oraer an oan z~ ny our patrml Kensin-ton, 14 " ..... " ' | ' " " ' * " " r - ,, ". ~--- ; ...... Sunda"' - ~.. "_ . ~, __~ u -- /friends and relatives for the/ 'ttappiness Is" is the npti-iby each of a magazine ar&~le The Foundation Issue. lthose, who were uname to at+Ioy ol uoncorula spem '~/leaoer, rtita Anoerson. ~)ues~ fg ft f tp ...... )r'sNote" Wedon't need[tend but sent gifts. And alwith Mrs. Opal Teeple and/were taken. We discussed oldlAdrian Me. er 3 2 0 8]many lovely cards and letters/mistic themc of the show fea-/cntitled 'A Judge Gets Tta~ ' b.y the drink" in Kan--I special thank you to Rev.1.1 Mrs. Salina Teeple. land new business. The new~']Richard W~llard 2 0 1 4[and the beautiful flowers ![tur!ng numbers !)y .U!le,?te,d[on ttoodlums. .. . ,+ | Trott for his kindness andI ......... ]business was on our Cookie] Mike Peteete 432111 received during.. !ny recet)t]sopn0~nores an,o it, mnus,!nc,uu ] Two,tow~,yout.ns w,n,o,~a~ ___ help. We would like to send[ Surprise Birthday Party]Sale in March. We tasted aIRon Simon 1 0 3 2/stay in the hospaal, tvtay uou[ Concerting tnechoralel'egtuar~Yor Sophomore~rgamzen[ ageUquircdO~to .,apersonally ............. apoIogtle- each a thank you note but in ] new cookie called Pixie. Pos-] ,+^..+~. Ooe 0 1 2 1| richly bless you. ] ~ _ ,.. , .. . ,a[ ........ ~-~w,,1,r~ .......... ,^ i r~r,~- ,~ - - -! --Lucy Myers /Choir the K U Dean of Wo/to each boxholder in ad~,t~tl, I n~ ~,,,'A~,~ ] moving some of me tags gotI mr. ano ~vtrs. u~e,- -~ ~ /ters wm ne posmu uy mel Ronnie Rothchild 1 0 o z[ " | ' ..' ". +, ~ ., . ..... IIII ~LI~ ilost so we will have to take]entertained with a surprise[girls We worked on Social De-I Totals 11 6 8281 7= ..... .. .imen' srl), iltY nus.em. t ner 'it 'naK~n:xrepmrs r PrVtm'~ , | this way of saying thank you.I birthday party Jan. 22 to c3i/ pendability Badge. | Mankato 8th, 49; 1 Mr. and Mrs. rtaymnno| ano a o(fmmon ol 'PP /a new no . Kate Mainstreeters werel May the Lord bless each ofllebrate the lath birthday |Kathy Murray Scribe.lKensington, 25 1Nichols, Mrs. Newell Davis,|ness" by Roy. R3j:aldnS;ltnd-] In Missouri, three 17-., The Mrs Art Llchty Ray Ells bye local M(thod los d with fine weather. The[ of you. [ their daughter, Glenda. ] ] " fg ft f tp[ *. - '- '., " ... ~) ""[ =: :: -' !..." ~I., ,~::~.~[ olds 't their driving pM'~ s ere Vlckl IS atworth and l~usselt WalKer Gnelyl rlaLsteau u,tu~;t,~c~ lC ~es were lven a 9 ' wei'e a little tsloppy[ . Mr. and Mrs. Milford Fall[invited guest w / Sharon Loomis, who ", -]Wayne Coffman 2 0 2 4] . . '**" / " :. ' '** /,. **,l/ g' le Barbara State Col ts at the Veterans taos o[ Mt anti .~v~ts ~x~tn n, melting snow but therel Mr ttarry Shuck /Davis, Elaine Ka , ' "]tending Fort Hays "]John Dewey 2 1 0 5 ]v',ited ..... '7,;*' '~ "l ." ."2 . ". ": .,,+ ' J.. Z/curfew, and had tO ,~ r Verna se + ttal at Grana lslana Lvionuay stcacl NlanKclLO WIlL pertut-m ICe weeklto uvenil +U large crowd'in tow,n.-I "_ .............. | Mohler Linda Loude, /lege, was visiting between "1 n,~a Hanson 3 1 4 7[p' ' ' ']. " , ' " : " ] tw" y J e + ' .... Nichols entered the in the xati(ty snow '" s + ister Winifred Smies,[CARD OF THANKS ] Gough, Cindy Halstead, Diane]mesters at the home of he~ ~;,.A ~imon 7 0 1 14 I Raymnd " ~ . 'l +''' * /thorltm:. They had duaaaN L+,a,, w~t,~ ~*.,nle:?[tw; ............. ',,,(t that a-e in~ Games and dancing pro-I route 'Canada for a visit at Mrs Opal Teeple went to .......... | ber, then rec+yed water..d+.~ principals reporting on -.--j, ........ , ,-'~,.y, Coutu navt- [t-.~,,. ~ ~" * ' '' ' is~ rlarhm Cutmtv . and Maxine all busy[in such a short time. vided the entertainment and] the home of her son,Dick Abllene last weekend and Mrs. Mrs. Raymond O Hara . verted flom . _ - inh and attitudes (4) full .s resented with il " Tee le accompanied c verin satisfactorily after Reservoir in r~eorasKa ~ ,~ ' on customers. FirsttThanks again L Glenda wa, p , ~[ Judy. and fam y. Sahna p _ , [re o g . ,. ............. tlon of all damages)ll ed witia Ray Myerlyl --Ona E Williamson. lovely gifts. All left for their[ ~ her home Barbara TeePmlundergoing surgery at the ~t. now !s nearly at conser~aut, u wear a sign for 30, dl' LS just leaving the store. I -- "-" .... Irespective homes at a lateI Don Bangs of Montrose was Owensby of Concordia came [Joseph s Hospital in Concor- Ilevel. ing "I have not lear~ erett r wlshmg Glenda many he Record ofhce Monda and Mrs Salina dla Her daughter Mrs Chn s oct the property Of < With Charlotte Roe,[ Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ev I hou " " 1a visitor at t " y ' _. . .. ,. , t _ _:-: ....... ~,_-- ........ :.. p : Collins, Ava Cramer, and faml'ly of Coneordia were happy ...... returns of the day and[ Tuesday Don came to renew Teeple aceompanied her lton l-'elree ot tmmninson, wno l Mr. ana mrs, t~avt, we~u.s s L le E (rd and Mrs. Era'-lafternoon callers at the homelthanking the Tylers fern veryIthe subscription of Jerry Mar- granddaughter, Barbara, tO]came to be w,th Mrs. O Hara, |were Sunday evening Rue. t, --y She said that Em-J of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross. J enjoyable evening. ~ ray at Marquette, Kansas, Concordia fur a few da~i visit. [returned home Saturday, I of Mr and Mrs. Alfred Ross. p,