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February 27, 1964     Jewell County Record
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February 27, 1964

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Jewe 11 Cou ' . i;i;;~ ) 4i~~ No. 37, ~,ro. ~AS Thursday, 1964 TWELVE n' rT~ IK)R ~ (X)~. Hooker_ P__assed Away I BASKETBALL ] and relatives we're [ by '~he news Sund'a~I o. COUNTY GRADE ~t ~e D&lex~fi]e I-Iospi~. I i2 hea'l'~ caused i~im ~0]T4'I||DIL|I[HI~.I[]T ~rn a,et~iv,e ,bttsin, e~s, Rtt~,se,l'l I IUUIMIBIIII:,Ill his adult life in .the ear bu~ha~.~ in Man- quiet, unassmni~.g man a a~ep~tagon for hard a~ad honesty. He always co- wit~ w, art~vchfle scho~l affairs. .w.a's wounded .acid go~_csed W~ar I. Thr. ough ~he he had .icmreasmg difficulty lm~gs and suffered a great zn recent y~ars. Yet, ,he ~ard %O complaLn about Tourist [ 2611 Hfllda, le Rd., [ Sacramento 25, C~. t ~-~ebruary 16, 1964 [To The ~2vIayo~ of Msnks~: , / I w0~ nk.e ~o ~ you ~bout a l few of the w~dev/u~ people in An ov.e~.'ff~yw crowd witnemmd!yottr ~wax the fma~ls of the J~well CountryI On t~he 22a~d of I)ece~ber, 1963, Grade Basketball ~urrm~nen't, ] I was drivir~g ,i~to ~l~a~o ~r~ held in ~he ~ Hi~'l Schoo~Imy sc~ and n~ece a'bout dusk. I~ C~mnasium, . February 19. The[ was ~bot~ dusk. ~I~ ~as a beautiful climax of ,this three day ~%oma-m-lew~',~g' road was very good, we me~t was r~ached when Je'well &[were on ~ way ~o Il~inogs to be Burr Oak, ewe previously w~Uh re},aives for C~. tmbest~ teams, me~ ~0r the chain- I,n less ~m a nm'mte, we had pi~l'Rp. Burr Oak was ~he win- bt~n,bl~2~ down a ste~ e~fl:mnk- Thanks Mankato Cifizensl KATO =, ,,.o. HIGH SCHOOL '~ ur ha~'-'= ' and ~hem, I H winch yv n',~,~, I k~ew he w0~d. NEWS Vv~e~ i read file ex~l~sed article, it made me appreci~e, even r~ve, the ~ople of ~'1~ who help- CO~l~ END ed ~s %vhen '~e could nat he~p our- ~NKATO selves. BASKETBALL SEASON ~nd Fred H~l ~t o~fl took ,,~ to ~)v Sc~lo~tevbaek b~t] ~Y~m~ka~o's f~rst game in ~he ]~ , sta- ~t ~e~r h,~,~....~ ~l ,~..,,h~jD~ta'iet ~ em ~t ~owns w~s ~,~'~,~= is - oh"- ~it~e ward ~oI a re~v~t of ~he defe~t, ~2a,nkao M ~back, Mr. Wilson, in~r~ee i~ de~m~nen ,b d '" in fig BOb ~, the ,offer truck driv- .~5' ~. ,, . ~ .v,~.~ 'v:~ ~-~=,~ ~ ....... ~ the C~e~-rele~ ~ar Schr~Ck w,,th 12 and ~ 8car- " and d ..... age, ~e ~ sb_~ri~f . opuS, --~ob: ~*'"'-'~ ~q of ~ae o~her good people who .u,~ ,.~,~,. was ,always friendly. exeeJler~t wk~e and Ch~ee fine and friends ha~e ma~T m~nortes of R~e~l. STINSON, NEW DIRECTOR AT OF KANSAS SbLrks0n. son of Mr. and J. P. S " ,biafra of Randa~l, has ~pombed a~letie direc~r U~versii~ of Km-~sas. a~~e~,t has been em,~axd ,in the sports p~ges of of .t~e s~be. ~ SlX~r~ al~e familiar w,~h ~e recoed flax foo,~ba, ll a,t K. U. 1129 y@s. ~ushing and 84 poi~s kn 1950. Both fig- st~ll scho