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February 9, 1967

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JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday. February 9. 1967 Page 6 - Section 1 SWIFTS SLI LB. PKG. U,S, O OICE 4 RIB STEAKS Po,, _7 A D BO NA _4 '. OLD _HOME Tcz-g-- .... ___ ___ - .--, =.. Po D 4[ : :N PEAS :oo.. '. ,. =. o., , O IALL MEAT W I ENERS 49* (To Back row: Assls t Coach Don ,amdenon, As- ..,.,,, ,,,,,., .,,,,,, o==. s= ,,..e,, IGROUND BE 49* i p Imnge, Fred Moser, student manager, and Coach 1 I .,.k,=o,,. I SPECIALS Meltkllt. 7th and Sth Grade Farm Bureau /trill- tance of t.e coooty o,t,o t.o IPOL I SH SA ,,o~ 69* r..,.,...., r..m.,, oon,,, 0.,....arm oro,,u .tr,=e ". ! ::," ,.--PiR;N . The Mankato 7th and 8th And Board Member, ically, heexplained. Farm , , rT Grade Teams lost to SmithMr ......... Bureau the membership in Center Thursday, Feb. 2, on . an. ~rs. ~sawm Marr, 1105 Kansas counties and 2,770 Webber, Kansas, attended an RI fALL ASPIRIN TABLETS their court. The score of the area conference of county counties in the nation. State CATSUP, VALU BRAND 7th grade game was 37@3 Farm Bureau officials in Rus. federations and the American COMPARE WITH BAYEI and the 8th gTad@ tally was sell, Kansas, Jan. 31, 1967. Farm Bureau serve useful 2-12 oz. Bottles 300's at 2.19 ,,TY I purposes, but the true strength ' ' 300 FOR 0 " S9-48. The meeting was one of of the org{mization will always NESTLES CHOCOLATE These were the last scheduL eight conducted in the state be determined by county ed games of the season for by Frank Bernasek, Kansas Farm BUreaus, he ss~d. QUICK whlchthe ,th and 8th grade teamSOare coached by Gerald Farm Bureau organization l~oz. COLD CAPSULES director. He said the purpose Dear Boyds, of the conference was to bring Another year has rolled to county officers a~d board around so it is time to renew members a better understand-I my subscription. ing of public relatipns respon- I would like to have made it sibilities and suggested tech. to Mankato for my class re- niques for improved commune- union last summer but illness cations, in the family kept me home, The program~ featured a two. My husband passed away in hour presentation by members October after having heart of the Kansas State, University surgery. Extension Service staff. In- Marian Smith Vodonicka's structors were Norman V. son, Mark, age 14, was hit by Whitechair. state leader and car and killed Jan. 2. Marian Robert Coppersmith, econo- was in Mankato last summer mist. Topics were "Selling for our class reunion. Ideas and Programs" and I am working in the Safe- "Ira Your Image." I way office. Kansas Farm Bureau speak-1 I hope this finds the Boyd ers were Ray Frisbie, presi-I family well, dent; Charles Esslingcr, asso-Illene Freeby Roswell, i clate director of legislativel ----------- research; Richard Tayl~, dir. [ . n~r and Mrs ector of information and I . . Lawrence Jones of Burr Oak Frank Bernasek, director of were Sun- ~.~.,~ I day dinner guests of Mrs. ............. Edith Ost Frisbie stressed the impp~- I l III I Ill lllll l I I I[IT "- III REXALL TIMED ACTION Cox. These boys showed steady improvement throughout the year and several boys show fine promise for future play on the high school teams. The box scores: Mengato/th, 23; Smith Center, 37. fgft f tp Adrian Meyer 0 I 1 1 Richard Willard 0 0 0 0 ~ike Peteete 3 1 2 7 Ronnie Simon 1 0 1 2 Cary Hlltgen 1 2 2 4 Keith Roe 3 0 1 6 Mike Cortner 1 1 1 3 Totals 9 5 8 23 Mankato Ith, 48; Smith Center, $9. fg ft f Ip St, even Dodd 1 0 3 2 John Dewey 2 3 2 7 Brad Hansen 5 0 3 10 Rodney Hancock 6 2 1 14 Wayne Coffman 6 0 3 12 David Badger I 0 1 2 Tgtals 21 6 16 48 __ [ O m I PHONE FR 8-3123 MANKATO, KANS. on all mak TV sml Antares Imtailatio " INCa