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I COUNTY ]UCCORD Thursday, April 20, IN7 |. Brat/on i Cougar Tracks New cheerleaders for the year 1967-68 were elected March 31. Eleven girls tried out for this honor and two girls were elected by the stu- dent body. They were Linda Blew and Bonnie Reynolds, with Cindy Simon elected as an alternate. mhs On Saturday, April 8, the cheerleaders attended a cheer- leading clinic at Fort Hays State College. Those who took part were Jeannette Grout, Pare Lehrllng, Carole Ozmun IAnda Blew, and Bonnie Rey- nolds. The clinic was sponsored by the American Cheerleading Foundation. The girls learned now cheers and received con- structlve criticism. mha The yearbook staff mailed second deadline pages to the publisher on April 7th, The staff has recelved notice that the first deadline pages have met the qualifications for the "Big E" award, which is the highest award possible for effi- ciency in yearbook work. Each Succeeding deadline must be accepted to finally win the award. mhs Purth McFarlln, the Negro folkslnger from Missouri, who has often sung on television and radio, presented a lyceum for the U.S.D. 276 schools on March 13. His numbers includ- ed serious, comical, spiritual, and folk selections. The last lyceum of the school year will be given on April 26. mhs Sheryl Beck is a new mere- bet of the Sophomore class. Sheryl formerly attended school at Hardy, Nebraska. mhs On Thursday, March 23, the Sophomore class and sponsors attended the show at Belle- vflle. After the double feature, the group went to he Krav- more Restaurant for a late Imack. mhs On March 14, M.H.S. stu- dents went to Smith Center to take the Emporia Scholarship Tests. Results from these tests are expected to be received shortly before school is out. Mrs. Munsey and Mr. Roberts assisted with the testing. robs The Freshman class held lts~ annual class party on Thursday evening, April 6th. They went to the Mainstreet Theatre in Beloit to see "Tor- pedo Rim". Afterwards they went to the Dairy Queen for refreshments. mhs The Student Council spon- gored the Wallace Bruce play- ers, starring Toby the Red- head, in a matinee and even- Ing show on April 12th. This stage show is one of two in our country; in addition to a three- act comedy, a vaudeville per- formance was given between acts. The Student Council mem- bers wish to thank Hancock's Furniture Store for the loan of the furniture used for the play. Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Walker returned April 5th from a three weeks' vacation trip. They vis- ited their daughter, Mrs. Ron Freshman, the former Jean Walker, at Mesa, California. On the way back they went through Houston, Texas to see their daughter, Judy, who is teaching Spanish. While return- ing to Mankato they stayed overnight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wiley at Shawnee, Oklahoma. The Wi- leys were real happy to hear news of their many Jewell County friends. Hays -- Jim Powell of Man- kato is a member of the Fort Hays State College football squad and is participating in spring drills there. More than 50 candidates are seeking positions on the 1967 Tiger football souad. Last /ear's squad compiled a 7-2-0 sepson mark and tied for the C'~ntral Intercollegiate Confer- ence championship. Spring practice will be cli- maxed April 21 with the annual intrasquad game at Lewis Field Stadium on the FHS campus. Bus Service Bill Vetoed The Bus Service Bill. which would have provided bus ser rice through Mankato, was passed by both the house and senate in the Kansas Legisla- ture but was vetoed by Gover- nor Docking. GARD OF THANKS I wish to thank relatives and friends for the visits, gifts and cards I received while in the hospital and since coming home. Your kindnesses will al- ways be remembered. ---Ray A. Parsons. Like your leisure? You'll love a new Gas Patio Grill! No fuss, mess, or bother! Relax while you cook with controlled Gas heat. 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