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F I / LI/ COUNTY RF ORD Thursday, April I - S ,km I Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brown of Newberg, Oregon visited ovJ er the weekend at the homes d his aunts, Mrs. Newell Davis in Mankato, and Mrs. Emmett LeWiS at Burr Oak. Gary is the son of Mrs. Violet Brown Of Newberg and was on h/sI way home from Maryland, i where he has been in service Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Zade re- turned home Friday night af- ter spending the past four months in Phoenix, Arizona. Bill stopped at the Record of- rice Monday' morning and stat- ed they are real happy to be home. The Zades have rented a house, the first door south of their home, to Mr. and Mrs. Cllnt Poppe. Mr. Poppe will be the hand instructor in the Man- J~ato schools next year. 81J0 mnd 440 Relay Teams, wMeh hove set new school reeonk thk year 0eft to right): Coaeh Larry lkeilinlg, Mike Dodd, Ralph Ozmun, Ru ell Lange, and Mike Grout. Medley Relay Team, wMeh mt a new school record to r t): Leon Hen, Mike Vodd, Ralph Ozm and Mike Grout. Welsht men, who are maldng an autstandins reeord. Mulph Ozmun has set the school record In the dlsctm; Kltts is nearing the school record in Javelin; and Mike Rourke has set 8 new school record in the shot. They are shown above (left to Hight): Coach Larry Dreil- Ralph Ozmmb Melvin Kltts, aml Mike Rourim Mankato Placed Second In Clifton Relays Mankato Cougars, with 27 points, placed second in the Clifton Relays Wednesday, Ap- ril 19. Downs won the meet with 28 points and Jewell plac- ed third, scoring 25 points. The Cougars, coached by Larry Dreiling and his assistant, John Paul Jones, had a good day. Mankato established two meet records, three new school records, and two new event records. The 880 relay team (Mike Dedd, Russell Lange, Mike Grout, and Ralph Ozmun) won tint in 1:346. This is a meet record and school record. Too, it is the fastest time in this event in class B iv) the state this year. The same four boys won Ist in the 440 relay in 45,8. This was a new meet record and new school record. In the medley relay (Ralph Ozmun, Mike Dodd, Mike GrOUt, and Leon HolD, Man- kato won 2nd and set a new school record of 3:47.15. Valley Heights set a new meet re- cord of 3:46.1 and the Cou- gars were pushing them. Hall, sophomore star half miler, was coming up at the tape and ran a 9-:0~- half. The two mile relay (J. C. Clegg, Marvin Lcomls, Mike Rothchild, 'and Tony Patrick) didn't place but set a new event school record Of 9:22.6. The shuttle hurdles team (Ed Wilson, Mike Rourke, Dale Freeman, and Melvin Kitts) didn't place but ut a new event school record , The mile relay team' (Mike Rourke, Ed Wilson, Russell Lange, and Chuck Zadina) ran $:41.9 and placed Bth. Other point winners were: Mike J ke, 4m in .hot, 47'5": Melvin Kitts, 2nd in javelin, 172'2"; Ralph Ozmun. 2nd In discus. 142'2". This was Mike's best throw of the season and is only 10" below the school record. Too, Melvin had his best toss of the season and is nearing the school record. Ralph has the best digcus throw in Class B in the state this year. He heaved the plat- ter 153'6" at the Hays re- lays. The individual efforts by the weightmen were fine. Russell Lange, who broad Jumped 18'8", and Mike Con- ner, who vaulted 9'6", didn't place. Mankato Makes Good Showing At Kansas Wesleyan Relays The Mankato Cougars, coach- ed by Larry Dreiling and his assistant John Paul Jones, made a good showing at the Kansas Wesleyan Relays in Salina Saturday. Mankato scor- ed 19 points. The meet was won by Haven, who had 38 points with Downs second with 27 points. The Mankato points were scored as follows: Ralph Oz- mun, first in discus, 141'3" and 5th in 440, 54.5. Mike Rourke, 4th in shot. 48'4%". This is a new school record. It replaces the oldest record on the books. Jack Turner heaved the shot 46'3" in 1936. Melvin Kitts, 5th in javelin, 161'0". Mike Grout, 3rd in low bur- dies, 21.6. 680 relay (Mike Dodd, Russ- ell Lange, Mike Grout, and Ralph Ozmun), tied for third, 1:36.2. Leon Hall, second in half mile. 2:04.4. The Cougars go to Beloit Friday for the Belolt Relays. ,lnd b uet lots Of from,,, The smart shopper kmws that It takes Low Priefs and High Quality to make a bargain.., and the smart shaper watches her P's O's. Our prices are low everyday . . on every item is every de- partment of our st6 e. Bat It's the satisfaction that comes with Quality that keeps our customers com- back. We invite you to j in the thrifty group who save here every week. COUPON Quart Jar Redeemable Week of April 1967. Redeemable At: BESTYET FOOD STO ES WITH THIS COUPON Without Coupon ........ 28-oz. Bit. ALL FLAVORS 46-oz. Cans Save 53c 4 oz. pkg. Ul . I _ Pillsbury Frosting Mix pkgs. O0 7 OZ. Q t' SAVe 40c 4S-o . ca;, U. S. 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