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September 29, 1966     Jewell County Record
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I 6B JEWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO, KANSAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER! l / FREE GIFTS DRAWING FOR i . FOR EVERYONE /1 DOOR PRIZES MEN - WOMEN - KIDDIES Drawing Every 45 Minutes i 1 'ree Coffee and Cookies For Other Prizes I lnmmmmmmm mmlnmlm ~ ~ mlmmlmn LEi ANSi5 n n o" ---"'-'----7 [ High Individuals, 1 game: Ranch Bowl 10 6 FISH AND GAME NEWS cocks. , bro .' over l Kansas [Em m ~ ~,~nmm~ ~'['q ~mn~ !JoAnn Badger, 167; (tie) L & B Electric 10 6 [ ~ Pheasants: Zone 2. Dates a~,ain be a limiting factorlDirector of Me1 k,t , ~ . ayuc mJP~ |IUII]~,~ [Maxine Walker and Lillian Waugh Oil & Gas 6 10 ] The 1966 Upland Game-]open - Nov. 12-27. inclusivelon hunting success. Vegeta-las well as nume i " [Murray, 158; (tie) EvaP, o- Kramer's 6 10 Ibird seasons ha've been setland Dec. 17-Jan. 8, inclu-[tion made phenomanel[sessions for cht • r. gers and Tenme Atteb ~ry, /: Gam= Played Through Week of Sept. o 147. " , e- Swope's 4 12 I w,ith substantial increases[ sive. Area open - That per-[growth after rains were re-[ The evening' :~: ~ High Individuals, 3 games:]noted. These increases areltion of the State of Kansaslce!ved in August. Naturally[ginning with a WOMEN S LEAGUES iState, Exchange 6 10 ~ Gerald Ault, 569; Lee Junk-]figured on a State-wide or]west of U. S. Highway 81.]the vegetational growths are[5:30, will feat lre ___ [Jerrys Standard 6 10 MEN S LEAGUES el', 527; T. R. Smith, 520. [total population basis and]The daily bag limit is 3[very important for winter[Methodist Men S ( CLASSICAL [ High Individuals, 3 games: ----- ttigh Individuals, 1 game:l are not always indicative of cocks, possession limit, 6 [ food and cover and while] ing by the P!ainvf. w 1 [(tie) Iva Buster and Marie ATLAS T.R. Smith, 215; Geraldla County population. Prairielcocks. Iheavy cover limits the pred-[dist Men's or[ R~nanch Bowl 7 5 [ Morris 442; (tie)Kas tIodaes]~, w 1 Ault, 208; Lee Junker, 199. [Chickens showed a 62 have[zonesPer-[ Shooting hours for hour[~°b°thlat°rylimitsactivitythe predatory,°f man, it al-[These sessions wi i]~l~hrling Chev. 7 5 land Cora Carter, 439. IV. F.W. 13 3 ~ [cent increase, Quail are from one-half andlin the Beloit ~ormoso Merch. 7 5 ] High Individuals, 1 game:]Lumberjacks 11 5 ASTRONAUTS ]shown a 22 percent increase]before sum'ise to sunset. [weather destruction of thelChurch. i~-K Shopper 6 2 IMarie Morris, 219; Kas]State Excnange 10 6 w 1 land the general populationi Quail: Dates open - Nov. lnatural environment. I Delegations to Knights of Col. 11 5 lincrease for Pheasants was] 19-Jan. 15, both dates in- I ~ Iconference from i!~ewell Co. Record 48 [Hedges, 185; Darlene Walk-[Jerry's Standard 7 9 Newell s Imp. 9 7 131 percent over last year. [elusive. Area open - Entire] The Concordia District of]will be headed bY !~gaart's 1 7 [er, 171. [Seems' 4 12 B.O. Amer. Legion 8 8 ] The dates, bag limits and]state. The daily bag is 8,]the Methodist Church will lers from the vii :7~i; High Individuals, 3 games:[ -- [St. Theresa's 3 13 lkde's I):'u~ 7 9 [possession limits are as foll-ipossession limit, 16. Sb