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PAGE 2B JEWET,E COUNTY RECORD, KANSAS THURSDAY, ARCH 16, WATER FOR 36,000 RURAL KANSAN$ ._____ Nearly 600,000 rural Ameri- can residents- including some 36.000 residents in Kansas will benefit from the record number of community water or sewer systems to be con structed or imllroved through loans and grants advanced by the Farrners Home Adminis tration. This fact was i)()inted out to day by Walter J. Canlplx, lr, Farmers Home Administration County Supervisor for &,well and Mitchell Counties. whose office is in Mankato, Kansas. There were 33 projects in Kansas approved by the Far mers Home Administration duripg 1966 for insured or dir ect loans totaling $4,375.770 One of these projects was in Jewelt County. This water svs teni which will cost $158,000 will serve about 1400 rural r(,s ident~. "Scarcity of clean fresh we. ter and lack qf proller sewage disposal facilities is fill age old problem not yet solved in scores of Kansas rural (.ore munities. Tiffs program is steadily helping ch)se'the gap between rural and urban set ViCes. ' ' Supervisor Campbell points out that the rural water and sewage disposal systems are organized through local initia tive by town governments, rur ai water districts, and other public bodies or private non-, profit associations formed by prospective u,iers in commun- ities of less than 5500 popula tion. The loans are repaid from the systems' earning dur ing periods of up to 40 years and carry a maximum ini.eresl rate of 4Vz percent. Edward Bernard - Obituary Edward Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bernard, wm born at Le 'Erable, Ill. June 18, 1880 and passed away (m March 7, 1967 at the Andbe Home in Norton, Kans. at th( age of 86 years, 8 months and !9 days. When a young man, he mov- ed with his parents to thei,' farm southwest of Burr Oak, Kans. He was married tn Eliz abeth Rafferty on May 8, 1906. Soon afterward they moved (i farm near Almena. He farm ed in Almena and I)ensrnore areas from 1907 to 1944. His wife, Elizabeth preceded him in death February 16, 1936. In 1944,,~:t~ieed.~and mov~l inot Densmore. On December 2, 1946 he was married to Emily Cassidy, who passed away Deccmbm 16, '1956. Mr. Bernard spent part oi the summer of 1965 at the Wilbeck Home in Mankato be fore going to the Andbe Home, Survivors include a daugh ter, Mrs. Alf Riemann (Alice), and husband of Densmore: three sons, Raymond Bernard of Almena, Homer Bernar( and wife, Dorothy, of Dens more, and Wayne Bernard ,)' Denver, Colo. There are 16 grandchildren and 12 grea grandchildren. Also surviving are a stepdaughter and hus! band, Herman and Dorothy, Tr0t)tsea Marysville, Kans., , ..k MANKATo LIVESTOCK ey, Clarence Ramsey. Bob ,COMMISSION CO. REPORT Howland, Reeve Hawkins, Va- ( e 1 W nslow Kenneth Dew. [ . ' We had a large sale again Walker Gram Co., Joe Proft, this week arid phmty of buy- Roy Timbers, MeCune Est., ers on the seats. Otw tBar'ket was sure steady to sir|rag wilh good action all tim way. We sold fat tlogs to $1tL(;5. Sows] toPtled at $15.25; and a set of :;mall Pi~s sold lo $15.25 l)er head. We didn't have enouLih I,ight Calves to estal)tish a market. W(' sohl a ~(,I ol Wllilt'l':,(:e and lh'kle. Face Steers weighing t74 Ihs. fro' $27.20. A set of Steers weighing, 524 )bs. sold for $26.90. A set of Whiteface Ih,ifers weighing ,130 Ihs. sohl for $24.5(I. A s,'l of Whit('fat'e tleil'ers weighing 41; Ills. sold f,))' $25.00. 2(; lh,shy Whil(,fa('o lleife)'s weighing (;75 ills. sold for $22.95. 22 fh'slly Whitcl';we Steers weighing 700 It,s. sold for $24.(;5. A set of Mixed Steers weighing 815 Ills. sold I'()r $23.20. A ~(,i o1 Whih,fa('(, Steers weighing 523 ]l)~:. sold for $26.10. 19 Whilelace Ih,il(')'s weighing 72(I Ibs. and fleshy, ~old for $22.711. 12 Whilel;w(' Steer Malc~ weighing 820 Ihs. sold for $23.65. 15 fat Black ~;te(,rs weighing over 1000 lbs. ~ohl for $22.60; 6 lh,ifer Mates w(,ighhi~ 1000 Ihs. sold for $22.:15. 13 Whit(,face Steers weighing 600 Ibs. sold for $27.00 and 30 Whiteface lleifers weighing 90 Ibs. sohl for $22.75. 27 Black Steers weigh- mg 647 lhs. sohl for $24.45. 17 Whitefa('e Steers weighing 613 q)s. sold for $25.60. 29 While face Steers weighing 753 lbs. mid for $24.90. 30 Whiteface Steers weighing 764 lbs. sold for $24.80. 29 Whitefa('e Sh,i'rs weighing 783 Ibs. sold for $24.85. 4?, fat Whitefae(, S((,er~ weighing just unch'r I000 Ibm. ~ohl for $22.45. 40 fat White face Steers weighing just un der 1000 Ihs. sold fo|' $22.45. Cows sold mostly from $15.50 to $17.(10. Larger consignors were Lar- ry McClintoek, Brad Judy, Max Van Ih)rn, Max MeGaugh Richard McMillan, Bruce Howhmd, Nelson Keeler, Wen dell Intermill, Clarence Scog gin, A. Murray, Boh Griffith. We have plenty of buyers wanting c;itth,. They like the fresh country cattle that we ~ell. See or ('all us if you are thinking of st, fling. Remember we are never satisfied until you are. See you in the auelion Friday. Remember we start at 12:30 Sharp. VAIL MeCLINTOCK Simpson, Kilns. I;()B ISAAC Mankato, Kans. Edith Folger Nineteen women and some children enjoyed tile Womens' Missiol)ary m(,(,~ing with lion ira Barnett al. the parsonage last TIItlrsday. Winifre(I Me Nichols had charge in the ab- sence of the president, Zula .hq'fery. We will omit our Ap ril meeting as the l)istriet Re gil)nal Conference at Great Bend ctnnes on that day, April 13, at Great Bend. Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rinard attended a birthday dinner at Michael's Cafe at Burr Oak l recently for Grace Haworth. whose 92nd birth(lay was (:(fie brated, and Riley Richardson, who was 91. Other guests wet'(' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill I)ecker, Mrs. Riley Richardson and Mrs. Madeline Miller. Mrs. Grace Haworth and her nieee, Mrs. Madeline Milh,r, had a birthday supper Wed- nesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rinard and her fa- ther', Mr. Hassman, as guest.s in hi)nor of Earl's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jeffery and family had M)'. and Mrs. Earl Rinard l'or a birthday supper Thursday evening hon- oring th(, birthdays of their son, Craig, and Earl Rinard. Mr. and Mrs. Mauriee Jeffery and family called later. Mr'. and Mrs. Virgil Warner and his mother, l)ora Warner, spent tile weekend in WiehiI;I and llaviland. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Par sons and her mother, Jennie l)ilh)n, started home to N;Illl pa, Idaho hlst Friday, They C;Iln(' bv eHr iIIN[(L~1(l Of plalle as we reported last week. The Bur)' Oak W.C T.U. are invited here for a joint insti- I .J I SPECIAL $ 99 .lUST ARRIVED: Enjoy Color TV's Large Selection of Largest Picture! ALL NEW 1967 We rent Formalwear for Weddings GIANT 23" RECTANGULAR 25" overall diag, mea~. 295 sq, in. re(langular picture area and Special Occasions Mrs. Harry Sprague at Red Cloud Sunday. Donita Barnett took Cindy Winslov,, Marsha McN/chols, Wanda and Gwcn Glover, Ho- IIICI" ;ll)(t ,JekJllutte SlllUek tO Havihmd for the weekend. M)'. and Mrs. Earl Winsh)w, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McNi chols, I)()uglas and Kathy and Mr. and Mrs. Nornmn Smuek went t() Haviland for the Quar- tet Festival at Friends Bible Collel.~,e Sunday afternoon. Cloudy and misty this Mon- day morning. Mrs. ltooker stayed with the Winsh)w (:hildren while their )art, n(.s were gone Snnday. Cub Scouts - Den 1 Sh,pb(,n Elk/))s was in (.be took him a gift and after open ing his gifts he told us about his ear and about the hospital. We had our refreshments out on the lawn after oh)sing our meeting with the Living Cir- cle. Stephen has never missed a Scout meeting so we were happy to have hinl with us. (In our way home we stopped at the Seandia Z()o to see tilt, buffalo, h)ng horn steers and ran (h)wn steep hills. Scout ing is being happy and helping to make ()tile)" people hal)py. --Reporter. Itays -- Bob Kitts of Formo- so and l)enny Murray of Man kate are among more than 40 candidates for the 1967 Forl Hays State Tiger baseball squad. MYI,' SOU1) SUPPER Ill llarmony Methodist Church MAR('H 18, 1967 5:30 p.m. (',hili Vegetalfle Pie Coffee ANNOUNCING We are Anthorized Dealers for Flex King l)h)ws and Chisels, and Kent Hydro llarrows. Eleven h:t(+,,'m'm retnrned h) the squad this season and will form the nucleus of the second squad at FHS in more than 40, years. Last year's Tiger team post ed a 7-12 overall mark in its initial season. Nineteen games are slated for the Beugal crew this sea son. The season opener is Mar. 30 at Kansas Wesleyan Univer sity. The first home game is April 1 when the Tige)'s enter tain the Hornets from Emporia State College in a doublehead er at Larks Park. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilt Jody of ('awker were end guests at the F. R. home. Sunday evening ate dinner with Miss Fair of Salina and Dr. D. M. Fair and family of St. Francis at the Golden Ox Cafe in N0r- ton. Janis returned to cawker with the Hills and Mrs. Fair accompanied I)ouglas and family to St. Francis for the week. where she has enrolled in an art course. Mrs. Etta Foster ret~urned from the St. Joseph's Hospital in Coneordia last week after having surgery on her eye. TAKE IT FROM TIIE BONANZA BOYS .... You're gonna get sure savings real lhmanza Sale savings-- on hnpala VS Sport Coupes and Bel Air V8 Sedans. ... ,...:!+!!;~@!~ See us for a good deal. WAI,KER FARM STORE ...... , .... ,,,, ,, " : !::' time (luring the week. l)roceeds will go to var- :i: ious local projects. The sale will lie held Sat- urday, April 1, at the Mason Building in Burr !!1:11.1 iii! Oak beginning at 2 o'clock. Don't miss "Bonanza", Sundays on N BC-T!/' .......................... Check your loeal listings for exact time. I,ADIES SPRING HATS EARl, MAY GARDEN SEED ~r , ..... I .... Bel Air 4-000r Sedan Esbon @ So hurry in now while our great sales event is in furl swing. It's ,a Bonanza! March 1-31 only. RIGHT WAY STORE and two step grandchildren; RA 5-3551 ESBON, KANS. a J?rother and wife, Mr. and Tom Lehrling is extending the Bona ;Mrs. (~Us Bernard of Fairbury, " 10-oz Sale to selected New (,ars and Trucks in stOCli Nebr:; a brother..inh, w an(~ STRAWBERRI Frozen ..... box reflecting the "Special Bonanza Sale Sticke(' Wife, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Raffer- ty Of Masks(o; nieces, neph " CA~'t" MIY O .e= Hines 3 89c available toYOU this month. and o~hcr, i'elattves and TheRhN[~LL Here are some of the exciting savings ma ~any frlen'd~', !! x45i9 2:00 p.m. iii}}Y''~' ~~~:~:; p::: ~2::t IV'i" White r Chg' '~ * fr Ro~ary servic(~s were con- Beauliful Con,emporary '::' '"' :' 10 q~ted at the Eckhart Funeral styled "M-boy" cabinet in .... 191;7 BEL AIR 4-DR. SEDAN. VS, PG, Rad ; I~0me in Norton at 8:00 p.m. genuine hand rubhed W~ne~dav Re,u~em Mas~ ~,)~oo,,en~,~,~a,l~,e~ec, Tbe Unified School District 277 will sell at 39C fu, ~ize car at a savings of .S25~.~ day, 'aa iieidMarchat 10:00" , at a.m.st. Mary'sThurs haldwood ol,d . auction the follo:ing buildings which are 1967 F I,EETSIDE PICKUP. Big 6, 4-Sp Catholic Church in Densmore, [ loca[ed in the block North of the Burr Oak i. 12 can 29C Radio, Overloads, Positraet, Gtlages Kans. with Father Joseph[ 0 IL ...... ~o Sheeta~as at St.fficiating'Mary's Cemetery. / ~Interment] ~ PERFORMANcFFUlt ZFNITH u| ttigh School: CR]SC. 0 ............ 24"OZ. 59C Foam Seat are just some of the optiOP. on this unit. Save " ~ce attendingAm0ng relatives werefrm aMissdiS-J 1[~ fEATURES ~1 1 TWO STORY ItOUSE, 36'x38' 3~I" " ............ fiUePamodeofEsbon..Kans.; | 1 SINGLE STORY ttOUSE, 36'x38' CHILI BEANS Kuner .... 2 c,= 31c BRANI) NEW IMPAI,A 2-DOOR ". Mr and Mrs Pat Ral (lty ul . ,. ' "" I ~ cuits, no production short-~ ' Mile 303 SPORT 327 VS, PG, PS, n Mrs Gus Bernard Ma kato; .' ~' : i culS. ||andwired for greal-~ 1 GARAGE AND SHED COMBINA- GREEN BEANS .,.. .... 5 =o, 79c .vo .................... .~,5"." a0,d Mr. andr Mrs. Walte)'I~ er operaling dependalglily, ti~ " ' " " I SUP~.GOLDV|D~:OGU^RO I TION, IIRAN1: lllWI~ Donald '~ 46-oz. 100 Maughn of Fm bury Nebr . -- ............... ~ TUNING SYSTEM with ex- ~o0sls Club I~ dusive GoJd Contacts for ~ 1 SHED, 6'xl0' v aa,, uu J% ,a aa Duck U T Because of this Special Bonanza Sale, Members of the Sorosis Clutl' ~ longer ]V Ide and srea|er, GP PEFRnlT IIIWg ;;~: 2 46-oz. is offering this week only a FREE Lahe ~.~brated their 34th anniver- ~ pi~,u~e ~il,W. 1 SIIED, ll'xll' U ~a~ Duck~ cans ~'a~ry with two' charter mere $ su sm coma 1 SHED, 12'x16' for every demonstration and a Free Und bets. A pot luck dinner was [ ,or g~ea|er piclure b,ight- ~ CRIWfi" (Limit) With 3-lb. 59c coating for each Special Bolmnza Sticker sal~ ~oyed at the Lamb School | p!~ wi~)),~,dd?~ ~i 1 SHED, 10'x12' $5.00 P t~rchase ......... can House with the husbands as | br,gnter 8reeos, t)r~snler ...... n | blues. 12-OZ. gues{s, Mrs. Ruth Hanso 1 BUILDING USED AS A FILLING C0H U;E Cltff3E Fairmonts box 28C ~OWe.Ji qol~red slides taken in different states. Mrs. Jenni(I WE IIAVE SOME SET STATION, 16'x18' Olson received the gift. The ON TIIE S iE 1 GARAGE AND SHED COMBINA- MI K leg:l" 89C next meeting will be April 4 Ruth Hanson. --Anna Kohn, Reporter. THE NEW 20" COI,OR! Also have new selection of Black & White TV. See these before you trade. Your Zenith Deale; Ma)ak to, l ansas Tuesday, March 7, Viola Ma- haffy celebrated her 82nd birthday when a number of TION, 38'x40' Buildings and debris muse be removed within 60 days from time of sale. TERMS OF SALE--CASH HALF & Fairmont ..... 29c CARROTS ..................... pkg. 10c C~A~ ...................... ,,. Sc BANANAS, ...................... ,b. 10c NOt R e., msible For Accidents LETNCE 2 "a"' 29C .... . ..................... [or AUCTIONEER--ARDEN OST ORANGES ' .o=. 49 .........e...e~,*... MANKATO, KANSAS w~en ~ in with gifts. The a~rnoon was spent visiting ~d Helen Huffman and Doro- thy Parsons served rolls and COffee, Everyone left wishing ~i0ia many more birthdays. The best gifts we have are our I~s. Who q0uldn't haY9 p~lce ~n them, as they a)l are W0rth' their weight i,a goi~.