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Mankato, Kansas
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ggW~LL COUNTY RIPL~OIgD Thursd'W, 0etcher I0 1970 Page 6 - ~ctlon Z S~hool Cahmdm" Tt~esda'y, Sept. 29, 7:00 p,m.: 1~r.e~man. Sophomore Foot~a~] with Lin.ooln, here, 'Wednesday, Sept. ~: Last' day to pay for s~otl lunchm ~or d ikcoun ,for first semester. Thursday, Oct. I, 6:00 p.m,: Junior Hleh Foot~aU with Mln- nee, piffle, there. YeaFbook sales al grade Frldsy, Oat. 2'. Pep ral~l~' with band down t0~vn a,t 2:03. PubLt~ is furl bed to attend. Crowning ~f Komeoomlng Queen and Kir~g et 7:00. .FoOtball ~Ith MinneapoRa, hero, at 7:a0. 6aturday, Oct, $: High School Band to J~well, th00 A.m, MANKATO F~II~M~N AND BOPHOMORE$ DEFEAT blNCOt~N J0-1~ fPhe Man~/e~o Freld~men and Sophomores defeated Lincoln ~0,18 Tuesday ni~tt on ~r Field. Coa~en Gera~d F_hwo0d's club her, brute c~ass Monday - Fri. ~pl~ayed good ball to down a fine day from 12:20 to ~:45, and Lincoln team: A~ half time, .Monday - Wednesday after Mankato ,held a 14~12 ,lead. In sohool from 3:.10 to 3:40. q~he ~he third quarter, Lincoln cam- grade sel~o01 and junior highpleted a long pass, which plan--am" band will perform hn concert ~d the ba.H on the .Mank,ato Friday, Novae+beT 20, alon~ with .Mrs. Rose's ~cal students, '. NOON | ' NOON I Pi'ctured are beginnin,g tr.,4BUFI?ETSPEIALI pot p,layers: Bryan C.la.rk, Ki Bernekin~, Martin Ryan, Den-~-~RIDAY ONLY $1J~{~ nis Ramsey. Mike Hi,bee, 'Paul M, cCa, n~non, Gilbert Minear ~~~~m~ and $a, mes :Berry. Cougar Tracks B~ Band flWdeu4J m Mr. A~stln, ' instrtm~nta`l muelc director, has announced at he has ~ beglnn,ing band stu.de~.s this ~,ear. 'q'hat's ri, ght at 80 perce~t af their class. I'm e~brernely h~py with the ~nteres~ and with their pro~gress thus ~ar. ~A'~ are me,trig ~ong rapidly and everyoae is ,wor~ing very hard. I am proud of t~am a,~I; they are jt~ gr~at!" ex- ~aiavted ,~r. Austin. T~ne begin. ':t~ ~t ~ ~d~io~ gift,' remarked Mrs. Glenna Rose, when am~ed abo~ her at. titude ~ .the Women's oration rrm~ement. Mra Rose, W~o is the grade school vae.~ tea~er, nvw t~ U~D. S'~, stated tha't this Is her flv~t .teacMn~ position, and she likes it very much. She is a nati,~e ~f Custer City. Ol~a., and she grachmtad from ,~l~ves4~rn State Coltege, Wealherfford, Ok~, w~th a ~chetor a ~ce degree In elemen~w educati