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7 13 Co. Record 7 13 OCTOBER 13, 1966 3EWELL COUNTY RECORD, MANKATO KANSAS IL I E .... L ..... PAGE . . . I , ,, ............. !,, , , , ,, ,,, , II 7 ' : Rightmeier, 192 [ w 1 [cuss topics of interest, in- I Mrs. Glen Kindler. Roll call [ ters will be sent out to mem- loot. 5, there will be a 118'11 |A~gl|| ------ IUte Theatre 20 4 [cluding dollar-stretchers,[was answered by 17 mern-lbers, but it is hoped thatIlic meeting by Gera{diae |lhl h~ []l [ U~ REDSTONE 1 Dr. Simon s 16 8 I health hints, . family pro- [ bers and Miss Flentie. The I everyone interestedwill I Howe on "Today's Fabrics',; w , I w 1 IMorris' Garage 13 11 ~blems, cooking and fashion[minutes of the last meetinglcome I ALl clubs are askc~i ............... I L & B Electric17 7 I Speed Wash 10 14 [ hints. Guest experts will be [ were read and approved. [ Fall Achievement commit- I send in their reports to rlayeo TnroIzgll week oI ~epl;. ~ [Ranch Bowl 16 8 [Jewell Co. Record 717 [a regular feature. IMrs. Melvin Boyer reportedltee reported on their plans.[chairman on their slmetal [Boogaart's 14 10 [Jensen's Texaco 6 18 ] Bilie Oaklev's broadcasts[on the Webster Camp Craft[This will be held on Nov. 18[lessons, such as Cultural ~LEAGUES I Jerry's Standard 7 17 [Swope's 10 14 [ High Individuals, 3 games: [ are cheerful H'ersuggestions[Day. She reported that 150fat the Mankato CatholiclArts, Citizenship, In~na- ____ ] High Individuals, 3 games'[Kramer's.. , 8 16 [Don Anderson, 543; ....................... Cecil]on hnu~oh~ld mann~ment]kits_ ........ for the burlap bagslChurch .... Coffee time and re-[ tional, and Safety Reports, COFFEE [Faith Stroup, 482; JamcelWaugh s 7 17 [Clark, 523; John Perdue,[and raisin~ of chiLdren come were made up and taken the lgitration will begin at 9:30]by Nov. 1. w 1 iPerdue, 449; Doris Alexan-[ High Individuals, 3 games:1514. ]from her own experiences as first day, Mrs. Kindler show-[a, m. At noon there will be~ ALL townships who are to 9 3 Ider, 449 ILee Junker, 584; Dean Bus-I Hiuh Individuals, 1 game']well as from the thousands ed the trays made there. [a salad luncheon with thelhold fall elections shoultt 9 3 I rtigh Individuals, 1 game'lter, 527: Don Uzdill. 525 In,.. ~'n,i...... /cLq. (tio~ C. "l lotto ~ho h ~ rec i Plans for Craft Day, set/drink and crackers furnish- have the E H Units pre~t, : 'Eva Ro-ers 188 Marie Mor" " . , ..................... _.~, ..e-,of .__rs ..... a~ e ved , _ . [ ~ 5 7 [ g , ; -I High Individuals, 1 game'lcil Clark and Carroll Collins, lover the years for Oct. 19 were completed, led. Be sure to ormg your ta-lAt least 33 1/3 % must be Bank .5 7 Iris, 186; Janice Perdue, 180. lifo I .... Rer, istration will be 25 a/ble service, ton. The guest[present. rs 4 8 I -- [198; Don Uzdill, 197 J [ ...... : ........ :,, ,. ....... , person Each club who have|speaker wdl be Mrs. VelmaI The Advisory Committee, .ads 4 8 I FRIDAY NIGHTERS [ --~_ [ Cheerful Heln ] h ....... ~,-,~ f,.m ~h,~ r~r~M ; spoken for a table must] McGough, who wdl speak on [ adjourned to meet on Men- livid,.-- ~----es.I w I ASTRONAUTS ,,,...... I ............. ,,, be responsible for set,rag Housekeepmg Around thelday, Oct. 10, at 9"30 All ,a,~, o s~-, "lWa ner's Dru 181 51 .~,act~t z~t~'l*Jou*~ women s I...IUD Qaiiy ~tt L:uu . ,, . . : Un 489 Ew Men g g %1 w 1 [ _ . . [n .. un and be m charge and[World There will be some[members of the Advise ...... ~'~'; Roma"Grout, IFarm Bureau 14 10 [ Knights of Col. 18 6 ]wi~eneePrgrwme~tnUSen[r'~v*" m~ustbereadyfroml0a, m.[special music and adjourn- I Committee remained to ta~~ IJe.weUCo. Co-op. 13 11 [BO. Amer. Leg. 14 10 I,,MM- ry p the/JewellCount-- to9p. m. The crafts to be| ment will be at 3 p. m. I their lesson, CuZtural Individuals 1 ame'[ ms t onst. 10 14 INewell Impl 11 13 at .... . .... ,./ ........... ...... taught will be Burlap Bags,[ The Jewell Co. Fair boothlwhich they are to give tO o "'~peedWash 10 14 " ~lv/~v/J women a ~uo, wtut ~uv,nury ~L.UHHIlItLL'q~ .... ] [ ' . adenhall 1gg. ~,~- ]Ratlriders 11 13 ] ....... .... ~o r~;..,-,,~. ] Tray stencil and rugs.. For recmved 2nd at the Hutch- their clubs. Th~s w~ a V 184; Faith Stroup, [R-K Drugs 10 14 Billi h broodcastin-/ O- anonda"mornin" Se t therugs, brmgatomhbrush,|mson Fair and recewed $40.I Coca Cola 6 17I. t luxe t3a tey ..................... mterestmg lesson, webl pre-: High Individuals, 3games:lB O Plumbing 8 16 . ~.",%3~; ~ " ..--~'1,,,. ':,"~. ~ .... ~: ~.~" oneqnch strips of cotton/The display is at the Man-}scr~tedbyourchair~n,~, N la Bet 458 tie Elsie " nousenom netp ~or m~oum- zo me Jewel, ~..ounty z~u- ' . ----- Y g, ; ( ) I High Individuals, 3 ~,ames" ......... ~ .........rs /vi: ........ all material (straight of mater-~ kate Post Office [Glen Kmdler. W ~, weal wOtiicii ~ui ,iIatiy y~a . suiy" uommlttee was c - . O-ASSICAL Broyles, Vera Se~rer and e-ITem Cavanaugh, 505; Jack This hour "re"ram will dis-led to order b" the Chairman, ml), needle and thread. Let-[ On Wednesday afternoon,] ---Mrs. Claude Frost, P,R,C, . w 1 ra Thompson, 435; Barbara Bradrick, 503; Lee Garman, v s .... ~erch 14 6 JunKer, 429 500 '" -- ' Chev. 13 7 High Individuals, 1 game: ~iigh Individuals, 1 game: 11 9 Vera Seirer, 174; Vera Lee Gnrrnnn lX,%rron 12 nompson, llU; Lyma ueam, "T--L )1 1"~ |----:~* #*~.~.--1~.~ 10, '' '~ . 8 i~eoel, i~o; ~ui~ ~uulp, xo.. 167. 3 games: 491; Kathy Bulah Folsom, ~, 1 game: 194; CoLleen 168; (tie) Bulah and Kathy Kauer, TUESDA"A y SIX MEN'S LEAGUES ATLAS w 1 V. F.W. 18 6 Lumberjacks 18 6 State Exchange 16 8 Seems' 7 17 Kissinger's 7 17 St. Theresa's 6 18 High Individuals, 3 games: Lyle Rightmeier, 559; Rich- ard Diamond, 519; Neolin Taylor, 498. High Individuals, 1 game: Lyle Rightmeier, 197; Rich- ard Diamond, 194; Lyle MIDAS w 1 36-66 Service 14~9~ First Nat. Bank 14 10 Jewell Co. Co-op. 1410 R-K Shopper 11 13 Citizens St. Bank 1014 Hodges Conoco 8 151/2 High Individuals, 3 games: Glenn Grout, Jr., 561; Jack Morris, 531; Lyle Rightmei- er, 499. High Individuals, 1 game: Glenn Grout, Jr., 267; Rich- i ard Ross, 191; Melvin La- Rue, 189. HERCULES ill w I 17 7 Station 17 7 Elev. 13 11 11 13 7 17 to know.We see more tires than anybody. And a lot of them are so called ires.We know them well.We find cracks in the sidewalls, separated tread, casings, and blowouts. And it's because of this experience, and concern for our that we sell the Amoco, 120 Super Tire and Atlas Plycron ("The Round Tire"). roud of these tires because we know how they've been made-and the tests they've DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF Lifelong resident of Jewell County Graduate of Mankato High School Air Force Veteran Commercial Pilot and Flight Instructor Farmer in Jewell County 12 years Still in business in Mankato t . , hrough.And because we d like to see quality tires on your car, we're participating "Trade.Up-To-Quality" Campaign.We'll make it well worth your while to drive If or a free tire check. And if you need new tires you can get them with no money and up to a year to pay. Plus a top trade-in. After all, You more from you get #I* Your Support Will Be Appreciated (pol. adv.) ........ ,,.~ II ......... Stock may be purchased at $10.00 per share, face value, in the Mankato Commercial Development Association, ~1~ ~8~ *Trademark ~i)?~ii!~ ;:, "'/;i : :L Our Development Company needs money to the operation of all of our projects, especially the new packing plant. ............ Those interested should contact L. M. Weltmer, Agent ; Use your Credit Card.~r ask abou~ tnsta~ Credit, for the Development Company; stock will be issued imme-:: .... ~'~ diately. ,? I 1 :,:,,: ; i~ :(ii?i~i' / MR. AND blRS. MAX LIBY I IDENCE "I'IIAI]E-IIP:I'O-OUALLTr' MONIII IT STANDARD OIL DEALERS .\ IT WAS A PLEASURE FOR US TO HAVE TIlE TO FURNISH THE BUILDING MATERIALS FOR THIS TIFUL RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. ii i iiii . DEAN BUSTER, Manager [i @ Phone :i iii!: ~1 ::'' '!ii~l : / I k i:~ ': il ::i~ :i ~ , ! : r , i , (~ ,: - . , :~i.:~i:.i,:,, ' ~ ~!, 3 ~!: : ./'~i)!~ )~: