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IS - T'm~ Jegt~ll ~,mty Post - September 23, 1992 Formoso Area News By CZo k l The Formoso vomnteer firemen will start testing the new flre and tornado siren at 7 p.m. on the last Monday of each month. One solid and continuous blow of the horn is for tornado. Two short blasts will be for fire. M/M Richard Neria, Sarah, Anna and Bryan, Sterling have moved into the Etta Young home. M/M Paul Osborne and Phyllis Hurd called on M/M Clare Osborne last week. M/M Paul Clark, Manhattan, were Monday visitors of M/M Taylor Clark. Doris Flynn and Neff Flynn, Twin Falls, ID, were Tuesday visitors ofM/M Brad Keeler. F.O.C.U.S. class met Tuesday after- noon at Vera Reed's home. The ladies worked off their quilt pieces. Mrs. Melvin Dahl visRed Harriet Mo- llne, Courtland, Wednesday aRernoon. M/M Virgil Molder returned home Friday followlng a visit with M/M Lloyd Hayes, M/M George McCollough and family, M/M Ervin Hayes and Mark, and M/M John Odynskl and family, all of Dee Park, WA. Mrs. Dan Valller, Danny, BenJi, Davy and Jon, returned home Friday fo'flo~w- inga I 0-day trlp with her parents. ,~..M~/. M Larry Correll of Sporingfleld, OH, to an Indian reservation near Flagstaff, AZ. They visited Beth's sister, M/M Robin Jelle, who are missionaries at the NavaJo Gospel Mission. The Cor- rells were weekend guests of the Valli- ers. Formoso Legion Auxflla~ met Fri- dayaRern~n. Mrs. Cleo Blandingwas the hostess and treated everyone at The Barn. Garry Keeler, Baldwin, was a Friday ow~ght guest of Ann Keeler. M/M Mike Hurd and Mrs. ARa Shu- maker of Kansas City, MO, were week- end guests of Phyllis Hurd. M/M Doug Piper and Dexter, Westmoreland, were weekend guests of Carol Stansbury. M/M Hank Piper, Wamego, were Saturday guests. MIM Vernon Ouy, Superior, visited Satur- Formoso Library The Athena Club met in the library on Tuesday evening. We have changed back to winter hours - O a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays. A Step ~ the Dark is a large print book by Elizabeth Lemarch. Detective Pollard is faced with one of the most frustraUngmystertesofhis life. Acorpse with a fractured skull is found in an unlikely setting on the premlses of the historic Ransden LReracy and Scien- tific Society. How could anyone enter the Society's library after its doors were locked for the night? And why did the shy and unhappy woman who was writing a history of the Society, sud- derdy leave town? New magazines this week are the October "Ranger Rick," the 3rd issue of "Kansas" and the September "Free China Review." If your heating system is rtmning inefficiently, thirty to ~ percent of the energy it expends is wasted. A furnace should be serviced every year. day evening. M/M Ronald Payne, and Mrs. Milford Johnson, Courtland ,were Sunday afternoon visitors. M/M Howard Field were weekend guests of M/M Earl Stafford at Lamed. They also stopped to see M/M Owen Jaske at Great Bend on Saturday. 2~on and Dustin Reynolds were weekend visitors of M/M Clint Rey- nolds. M/M Jerit Lee and Bobby, Michigan Valley, were weekend guests of M/M Taylor Clark. The Clarks hosted a Clark family reunion on Sunday. Mrs. Danny Jensen, Joy, Krlstina, Joanna and Jackie attend the Fall Fest in Concordia Saturday. The children rode in the parade. M/M Gary Dahl and family, Court- land, and Kevin Dahl, visited M/M Melvin Dahl Saturday evening. Clifford Hlgbee, Newnan, GA, ar- rived Saturday for a visit with Gladys Hlgbee, a LTC resident at the Jewell CountyHospital, and M/M Jack HI, bee and Christel, Jeannea Higbee, and Mike I-llgbee of Scandia. Savannah Myers, Randall, was a Saturday overnight guest of M/M Vir- gil Mohier. Brenda Studer and Amanda. Lucille Jones, and Bruce Sederlin were Sun- day breakfast guests of M/M Carl Studer. Maxine Dempsey was a Sunday dinner guest ofM/M Forrest Dempsey. The Logan family has their annual family reunion at the Senor Center on Sunday. Janlce Peters, and girls, visited Lavernia McCune Sunday afternoon at Hilltop Lodge, Beloit. Don Johnson, Fruifland, ID, and daughter, Virginia Greff, Payette, ID, vlsitedAnn Keeler and M/M Brad Keeler Sunday evening. M/M Max Krtmunel, Belleville, were Sunday evening visflors ofM/M Dloyd Strnad, Troy, Terrfll and Darla~ M/M Jerry Huber, Heather and Samantha, Courltand. visited M/M Kenny Huber Sunday evening. Ask Energenie I have several turbine attic vents that spin when the wind blows. Should these be covered in the winter? "Ordinarily, attic vents should be left open the entlre year," said DougWa]ter, extension specialist in residential en- ergy at Kansas State University. Attic venUlaUon is important not only for removing heat in the summer but also for dissipating moisture in the winter. During the winter, moisture pro- duced inside a home can find its way into the attic where it can condense on building surfaces and in the insulation. causing structural damage and reduc- ing the effectiveness of the insulation. It is recommended that one square inch of open vent area be provided for each square foot of attic floor area: "If you have this much vevt area without including your turbine vents, then you can cover the turbine vents in the winter," Walter said. "The primary benefit is extending the life of the tur- bines." All Types of Spraying and Seeding Phone: 647-6831 (home & office) Can call collect I/no answer call 647-5111 i Lovewell-Webber Area News M/M Ivan VanMeter were Tuesday dinner guests of M/M Don Graham, Salina. M/M David Bothwell called on M/M Harold Bothwell one evening. The Ha- rold Bothwells had Sunday dinner with M/M Lawrence Bothwell at a Superior cafe. They later called on lla Larmer and Fern Hale at the Superior Good Samaritan Center. Hildreth Russell accompanied Rim Ordich and Bonnie Poole to Hastings Friday evening to attend a style revue in which Nlcole Ordich participated. It was a benefit for the Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. M/M ClarenceJensbyJoined a group in Hardy Thursday evening to cele- brate the birthdays of Hugh and Clara Copus. Tina Nelson, asslted by M/M Hartley Peterson, hosted a pofluckdin- her for her cousins Friday. Attending were M/M Clarence Jensby, Mary Jensby, Davenport, M/M Rudy Kri- eger, Nelson, Myrtle Hammett and Ella Schriever, Superior, M/M Clarence Jensby attended the chruch in Bellev- file Sunday morning and later they and M/M Jim Jensby met M/M Rex Hodler, Beloit, at a Concordia care for dinner to celebrate Mrs. Jim Jensby's birthday. Margaret Mettler was a Saturday dinner guest of M/M Joe Gilbert, Jamestown. She was a dinner guest of M/M Clarence Jensby Wednesday. M/ M Wfllard Merrier were Sunday dinner guests of M/M Raymond Stratman and Lauree Metfler, Clay Center, NE. M/M Dale Rothchild and M/M Delbert Rothchfld went to Hays Wed- nesday where Carrie had foot surgery. Dennis Bothchtld, Dodge City, was a weekend visitor of his parents. M/M Doyle Rothchlld and Erlk vis- Red M/M De]bert Rothchfld Sunday morning. M/M Delmar Rothchild and Shea were Sunday evening visitors. M/M Keith McKewon and Lynette Bartley visited M/M Kris Hoard. McPherson. Saturday. Avis Ross and Gladys Petters called on MargaretWarren one evening. Ortha Leece. Gladys Petters and Avis Ross were shopping in Hastings Wednesday and had lunch with Phyllis Abelbeck before returning home. Avis Ross and Gladys Petters had breakfast In Bellev- file Thursday morning with I.eta Sflsby and Berraece Pack Avis called on Frances Evonne IntermiIL and Gladys Petters Ameson, Red Cloud. Troy Warren visited ren Saturday. M/M Troy The annual Leece was held Sunday in of those Man', M/M Tom ) Arnold Ross, M/M Kent Petters, M/M Bouray, Margaret Warren, M/M Doug Warren, Linda Warren, Warren and Cody, Leece, M/M WA, M/M M/M Clark Dudley, Edwin Man', Carnation, Quentin Leece, Mrs. Bruce Ayers, Jr Leece and Raven, M/M Lexington, NE, and Norma Berg, Audrey Diamond pleby, Kaye Bouray Thursday Sunday afternoon. M/M and Erin, Kearney, al~ Saturday and was a Saturday morning Sunday dinner guests Diamond to celebrate were M/M Rick and Ashley and M/M Erin. M/M Mark ley Diamond and visited Argie Appleby noon. M/M Dale Gaylord Rothchfld M Matthews the Neva Sisson home Sunday. M/M Henry Smles had lunch with M/M man in Manhattan aRernoon Henry and Howard KRterman day at the Konza Pral~ Manhattan. CharRe Blair Wednesday evening. Kassebaum to serve as Senate campaign " The Dole for Senate ~J2 campaign announced that Senator Nancy Kasse- baum will serve as chairman of the campaign. In her position, Sen. I~sse- baum will work with the more than 1,000 Dole volunteers throughout Kansas. "I am delighted to take a leading role in helping re-elect Bob Dole." Senator Kassebaum stated. "I have had the opportunity to work in close partner- ship with BOb and I can honestly say that no other senator has worked harder or accompl/shed more for this state than Bob Dole. He understands the concerns and needs of Kansas. Kansas, this race for granted. long election efforts and palgn is fortunate to dance of grassroots Senator Dole of meetings with For Senate W2 campalgn organlzattons 105 counties of the state. Calvin James, chairman in Jewell PAUL ZLSON CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Phone (913) 378-3006 Home: (913) 647-8571 116 W. Box 363 Mankato, 66956 The ~ Statms usos 8dmost 45 billion board feet of lumber every ~, more then any other eount~. JEWELL COUNTY SERVES YOU @@@@e