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February 24, 1966     Jewell County Record
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--a--- ( ler ,mf the local ~ports an induc- tWo men on March County Trea- first penalty went on Feb. be displayed 1. A second month's salary goes just as fast in 28 days as in 31." - Wilson. Visitors in our officelast week were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Allington, Superior; Mrs. Don Howland, Formos0; Supt.Leo Bass, Jewell; James Olscn, Prin. Montrose Elem.; Doris Schaffer, Prin. Formoso Elem.; Warren Lamont, Prin. Ionia Elem.; Billy Warner, Prin. Burr Oak Etem.; Bert Diamond, Webbcr; Mrs. Roscoe Wrench,-Burr Oak; Mrs. Glenn Wiley, Mankato; Lee Sihr- ley, Prin Webber; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Birdsetl and Jerry, Jewell. :lFgo into effect In visiting the first grade of ]Mankato Schools one notices ],immediately the excellent work Byron:ile ers issued a]of the entire group. They realize IR ense Feb. 17 to H. J. ]they have made a definite step elephant oflup the educational ladder from I kindergarten days. Seldom P. Cavanaugh, speed- costs. . Anderson, speeding, cost . A, Clarey, 1 Costs. rost, would one find as. high per cent speeding, speeding, speeding, are no suggestions we can make BESTYET SALAD Quart Jar Only Del Monte :m Fancy Cut 5 303 Green cans Bestyet 24-oz. Bottle Only of quality work in such a large group of 36 members. This class has increased by 10 pupils since September. We looked over al! the grades which vertified one's first assumption. We can expect keen competition from most of these pupils in high school, col- lege and honor courses. There is long as improvement con- tinues as it has in this class. Mrs. Lenora Blaylock is ab- | ii i I u e i.~ESI'gET Vandla, Chocolate, St-'~awberr'~r )~E '~,Oa, Crt. 2S-ft. Roll ~tarkist Chunk Style !m per passing, sent on account of illnes and L costs. Mrs. Alice Rafferty is teaching Leon, speeding, and Mrs. Leo Dreiling is helping. When a suOstitute teacher speeding, with Mrs. Rafferty's success can be obtained, all concerned are driving most fortunate. of ,restrictions on Students of Mankato first Alcoa Aluminum e; $5,00 and costs, grade are Wray Alexander, Nell Ramsey, speeding, Becker, Paul 13ohnert, Denise Esslinger, Carl Hamilton, Greg 1, speeding; Hamilton, Mona Hancock, Mild- $25.00 on red Hulbert, Deborah Johnson, Count 2, and Tonya Kircher, Janis Louder, Sylvia Meyer, Mona Neilson, Joseph Ouellette, Cynthia Par- information sons, Cynthia Peterson, Curtis Trooper Lay-Rathbun, Jeff Seirer, Mitchell :o:~ Seirer, David Switzer, Curtis ~te jn 1965, there Snyder, Trudi Taylor, Randy ag/~idents in Kan- Thelander, Bob Turner, Kendall year there have Vader, Terence Wiley, Debra 665 fatal Beougher, Diane Beougher, for the year Karla Bingham, Lennis Parker, Jerry Penn, Loretta Rickett, there were Ronald Watson, Sammie Zim- t964 and 6 merman, . Patryce Stout, and year, there Pamela Millstead. in Jewell We enjoyed being a guest of of Ray McElroy at the Randall Lions Club Monday night where we were privileged to of the De- Bestyet 30-oz. crt. IC MR. "G" FROZEN FRENCH FRIES . )C 29c TABLETS Bottle 100's Mfgr's. List price $1.49 OUR, PRICE OUR PRICE VITALIS TONIC Large Size Reg. $1.03 ' ~ AN UNBEUEVABLE VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM e, TEXAS JUICY U.S. No. 1 Red McClure .lb. poly bag . King Size Pkg. Bestyet Enriched . | G-OZ. loaves BUTTER, Beslyet . . . . . o.o, 69c JOHNSON~ CF.IU N KING = o 69: 29c ,~ . ~. . . Can ~ 300 * CQn L 0 t STA- FLO SPRAY 16-e'z/Can We Ruerve The Rigkt To I-[11111t i , 5/ 2; ;: { :: i : : : : [ > !/ ] :t )