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4B 5EWELL COU'N'I~f RECORD, MANKATO, KANSA3 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER~ MYRTLE MAY SIMMONS Myrtle May McNealy Sim- ~toris~ daughter of James ate! Anna Nelson McNealy Was born April 17, 1896 near George Cosand. hlleVille in Republic Coun- Memorial services were Try,, Kansas and died or. Sept. 19116 at the age of 70 ]re~-'s, four months and 21 $1m spent the greatest ~llU'e of her life in Republic .County, excepting for two IF~m spent in Marysville held Saturday at 2:00 P. M. in the Jones Mortuary in Mitchell, Nebraska, with the Rev. Harold J. Miller, offici- ating. Burial services were held Monday at 2:00 P. M. in the Methodist Church, Burr Oak, lind the last few spent in Kansas with the Rev. G. R. Mtmkato. She attended Re- Alsobrooks officiating. pUbliC County rural schools. She was united in marr- to Samuel John Sim- iltlint~ of Lovewell on July 18, 1914. Three children Were born to this union. Mr. arid Mrs. Simmons celebrat- their golden wedding an- friends. Services were held Satur- day from the Wesley Center Church with Rev. George Beals and Rev. W. D. Buck- Icy officiating. Interment was in the Burr Oak Ceme- tery. Those attending the ser- vices from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Darwin and Mrs. Ruth Bernl.ardt, Beatrice; Mr. and Mrs. Don Kier, Wymore; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hayes, Ainsworth, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. John Jurgena and daughter, Linda; and Graveside Masonic ser-]Mr. Arthur Hayes, Deweese. vices were conducted by the[ --- -- Burr Oak Masonic Lodge. Esbon E. H. U. Interment was in the Burr Oak Cemetery. Esbon Extension Home- maker's unit met Sept. 13 RUBY PEARL HAYES with Maxine Shipley at the E. U. B. Church basement, GLANCES WITH MARY FRANCES must keep up to date with these changes," Mrs. Howe says. Jewell County home economics agent, Mary Frances Flentie. encourages all homemakers .to attend the meeting and learn aboul '"i'oday's Fabrics" Origin of Saturday Night Bath 11 is a tribute to modern ,qandards of personal clean- lincss thai tactical,ms peo- ple now refer jokingly lo "the Saturday night bath". When washtubs had to be hauled to the kitchen, and caldrons of water had to be heat~,d on the cookslove, it is understandabh, that the all-over bath was limited Io once a week. Actually, the custom probably had i}s ori- gins in principles of hygiene that were codified in lhe ear- ter washing the entire body with hot water, he says there should be repeated rmsin~s--first With luke- warm water, then tepid, and finally cold. After the bath- er leaves the bath and has dressed, he is advised "to' wait until his soul has sett- led, his body has rested, and the warmtb of the bath dis- sipated, and then he may eat". How modern and sen- sible this sounds to those who realize that a clean body and a relaxed mood are still good preliminaries to a pleasurable meal. The importance in which Maimonides held personal cleanliness is further reveal- ed by his admonition that the existence of a bathhouse is one of the len necessities for a city--the others being MANKATO LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO. REPORT Friday, Sept. 16 The farmers are re:u husy at the present tim(,, so the run was a little smaller and not as many buyers (m the seats. Due to the fact lhat fat cattle have nol adwmccd in price, as some of file cal tie feeders thought it would by this time. and nolhine to indicate a better markel for sometime to come. heavier feeder cattle have worked a little lower. We sold Light Steer Calv- es to $35.75. A set of While- face Bull Calves weighing 336 lhs. sold for $30.60. A set of Black Whiteface Hei- fers weighing 412 lbs. sold for $30.30. 8 Black Steers weighing 543 lbs. sohl for Johnson, Lyle Nelson, Clyde Thr, mson, Dr. Laverne McElroy, Harold Abram, Sr., Walker Grain Barnette. Burdette Tom Baklwib. Floyd Ross Ault. lewell Richard Velters and [crs. ()ur special feeder sale will be If you have cattle like to consign get in touch with sale will be widely tised. We will have special sale on Nov. you in lhe auction F VAIl. Mc Simpson, KanS/ BOB ISAAC Mankalo. !,:ans, ~miVersary in 1964. She was a Ruby Pearl Sims was born with nine members present, ly Twelfth Century by Mos- [a physician, a surgeon, a $27.70. A set of Whfleface' Cub Scout member of the Mankato Nov. 6, 1879 in a dugout Business meeting was open- Jewel1 Co. Home Economics es Maimonides, a " noted lavatory, a water supply, a Steers weighing -'157 lbs. Christian Church. south of Burr Oak, Kansas, ed by repeating the club col- Agent Spanish-Jewish scholar, house of worship, a school sold for $28.00. A set of Mr. and Mrs. his condilion of bibli- teacher.-a scribe, a charity Whiteface Steers weighing Hamilton and Virgi Mrs. Simmons is survived the daughter of William and lect m unison. K. E. H.C. In by her" husband of Mankato; Luella Sims. She departed News was read by Sus, ie Today's Fabrics" col and Talmudic law, the treasurer, and a court of law. 570 lbs. sold for $27.20. 12 gher attended the ~l, son, W. J. of Rodeo, Cal.; this life at her home in Su- Ball. Be Wise With Your Fabrics are m~ort,mt to- Mishneh Torah, he wrote: ----- Whiteface Heifers wci~ahing Boy Scout !~ und tWo daughters, Anne (Mrs. porter, Nebraska, Sept. 15, Buys was read by L.ula day Honmnrd