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LoveweH-WebberArea News '1 [I I , , r ' '111 I I By Audr~ Diamond The Webber United Methodist Women met Wednesday at the church. Eleven members and one guest, Naomi Flewelllng, were present. Rose Marie McKeown gave the Thanksgiving les- son. Margaret Warren and McKeown were hostesses. The next meeting will be Dec. 2. Each member is asked to bring a $3 glR for exchange. Betty Reed and Hfldreth Russell will be hostesses. The Lovewell Community Service Club met Thursday with Emwa Jane Stenson. Six members answered roll call by telling Thanksgiving plans. The next meeUng will be with Donna Marr Jan. 21. Stenson has devot/ons and entertainment. M/M Arnold Ross and Avis Ross went to St. Francis Nov. 12, where they visited M/MTerryHUt, Travis, Trey and Trevor and M/M Doug Ross, Lauren, Derek and Darrln Ross. Friday eventr~, they attended a reception in Den~-r for M/M Wayne Ross. Enroute home Sun- day, Avis and Arnold Ross's were din- nor guests of M/M Terry Hilt and chil- dren. Darrln was an afternoon vi.~wr. Avis Ross attended funeral servia. for Cecil Blackstone Wednesday. Kenneth File Is a paUent at the Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings. The Webber Extension Homemakers Unit had a birthday party Friday for the residents of the Superior Good Samari- tan Center. Members Avis Ross, Hfl- dreth Russell, Doris Worm, Opal Todd, Alta Faye Roper, Ruth Hobelman, Vera Dye and Bonnie Langer entertained with a kitchen band. Margaret Warren called on Kaye Bouray and Avis Ross Sunday. M/M Delbert Rothchild accompa- nied M/M Doyle Rothchild to Hays Thursday. Delbert Rothchfld visited Shirley Crane Friday. M/M Dale Rothchild visited M/M Delbett Rothchlld Saturday. Other visi- tors were Jana Tuxhorn and Ryan and Shirley Crane and Michael. Opal Joy Bothwell attended the DAR meeting in Superior Monday. A few weeks ago, Harold Bothwell found a balloon with a name and address on the road near their home. They sent a letter and this week recehred a reply from a nlne-year-old NavaJo glrl from Ship- rock, NM. She sent her picture. M/M Lawrence Bothwell met their daughter, Shelley, Boston at the plane in Omaha Saturday. M/M Harold Both- well and M/M Bruce Renz and Aaron were Sunday dinner guests in the Lawrence Bothwell home. M/M Bert Diamond had dinner Sat- Formoso Area News By Elaine Clark l Visitors Of M/M Clare Osborne last week were Howard Field, Mrs. Taylor Clark, and M/M Duane Kintlgh of Webber. Opal Watson was a Monday over- night guest of M/M Richard Watson, Christina and Paul. They enjoyed Christina's music concert at the Supe- rior High School Monday eyeing. M/M Pat Sandell, Scandia, visited M/M Andrew Stafford Tuesday aRer- noon. Friendly Corners FEC members, Mrs. Harold Neinen, Mrs. ~ Patrick, Opal Watson and Mrs. Dale Hoard, attended a food panorama about heart disease Tuesday evening at Mankato. F.O.C.U.S. class met Tuesday after- noon at Veta Reed's home. M/M Dwayne Rogers, Derby, were Tuesday evenmg through Thursday guests of Ann Keeler. M/M Wilbur Huse. Belleville, were Wednesday visitors of M/M Bob Howland. Janlce Peters and Juretta visited the EddR Stupka family, Concordia. Wednesday. M/M Don Reed, Guide Rock, NE, visited M/M Melvin Dahl and M/M Brad Keeler Wednesday af- ternoon. Members and guests of the Athena Junior Women's Club enjoyed a craft workshop Wednesday evening at the Formoso Library. Athena member and F.O.C.U.S. coordinator, Nancy Higbeea conducted the class. Thursday visitors of M/M Virgil Mohler were M/M Jerry Lynn Massey, BellevtUe. Savannah Myers, Randall, was a Thursday overnight guest of the Mohlers. The Formoso Legion Auxiliary met Friday aRernoon. The charter was draped in memory of Clco Blanding. Members hadrefreshments at the Barn. On Friday, Ann Keeler met her sis- ter. Agnes IQnsey, Nashville, TN, in Salin& Agnes Is staylngwith her sister, Grace Jacobscm, and visiting relatives and frlend~ M/M John Peters were Friday over- night guests ofM/M Pernell Peters and Katie. Topeka. M/M Dale Keezer and Ryan, Wic- hRa, and Jill Haecker, Sallna. were weekend guests of M/M Melvin Dahl. Kevln Dab] vlsRed on Saturday. M/M Gary Dahl and ~, Courtland, were Sunday dinner guests. Joy, Kristlna, Joanna and Jackie Jensen were weekend guests of Esther and Sharon Jen~.n, Concordla. ! Weekend guests of M/M Clare Osborne were Tom Coyne, Kansas City, MO. Joining them for a pre-Thanksglv- ing dinner Sunday were M/M Greg Birrell and Aaron, Republic, Eric Bir- rell, Concordia, Judy Hame], Kent and Karl. Superior. and M/M Paul Osborne, Chad and Dehno Reed, Mike, Mona and Jack, and Doyle Reed, all of Concordia, were Saturday guests of Roberta Reed. Mrs. Carl Studer and Mrs Randy Fox visited M/M Darin Johnson, Natosha and Tanya Saturday at Sterling. M/M Vfr~~ Mohler were Satllrday supper guests of M/M Kenny Huber. M/M Jerry Huber, Heather and Sa- mantha. Courfland, were Sunday din- ner guestsof M/M Virgil Mohler. The Jerry Huber family were Sunday sup- per guests ofhls parents, M/M Kenny Huber. Mrs. Kenny Huber was a Sun- day afternoon visitor of Sylvia Mohler. Forrest Dempsey visited Madeline Sills at the Jewell County Hospital LT C SundayaRernoon. Mrs. HenrySmies, Courfland, visited Ann Keeler Sunday afternoon. M/M Max Krummel, Belleville, were Sunday supper guests of M/M Dloyd Stmad, Troy, Terrill and Darla. M/M George Balch, M/M Bill Kitts and Opal Watson hosted the Jewell County Council on Aging meeting Thursday morning at the Senior Cen- ter. Larry Keeler, Tonganoxie, was a Thursday and Friday guest of M/M Brad Kceler. Roberta Reed called on the Keelers Thursday aRernoon. M/M Rob BonJour, Neff and Kaylene, visited Thursday evening. Phyllis Hurd and Dennis Appleby were Thursday supper guests of M/IVl Wybern Berneking. Willing Workers 4-H On Oct. 17 at the dewell County Courthouse, the Formoso Willing Workers 4-H members attended the Jewell County 4-H Omcer Training, Those attending were President Travis Watson, Vice President Darla Strnad, Reporters Nanette Dunstan and Amanda Studer, Parliamentarian Sarah Studer, Historians Krlstina Jensen and Matt Howell, Song Leader Watson, and Recreation Lead- ers Brian Gordanier, Chadle Nickloy, Joy Jensen and Stacy Nlckioy. Curtis Watson served as the treasurer leader for the Mankato FFAwho proveded the training. ~s everyone enjoyed ice cream bars. Nanette Din'retain Reporter urday with Argle Appleby, Courtland. Dallas Diamond was a Sunday dinner guest of Bert Diamonds. M/M Marvin Ross and M/M Dean Thornton were Saturday supper guests of M/M Ivan VanMeter. The VanMeters were Sunday visitors of M/M Stan VaruMeter, Con~-6rdia and had supper there. M/M WiIlard Mettler took M/M Vic Collins to dinner in Concordia Sunday to celebrate Vlc's birthday. M/M Bernard Blair called on M/M Arthur Ferguson, Concordla Wednes- day. They visited M/M J.C. Smith, Mankato, Saturday. Beverly Blacher, Scottsbluff, visited her parents, M/M Raymond Garton and on Thursday drove them to Illinois to visit Don and Glenda BaRy and family. Monday, they went to Wisconsin to see the House on the Roc]~ Enroute home Tuesday, they visited Lisa Croyle, Des Moines; M/M Bernard Ricker, ARon, and In Indlanola, IA, they visited Raymond's 103 year-old aunt, Pearl RosengranL Friday. they took Beverly to Fairbury to visit until Sunday when she returned home.The Gartons visited Viola Grisham and Clarence Ball Friday at Good Samaritan Center. Formoso Library News Velma Chne. librarian, attended the CKLS Fall Assembly on Nov. 18.James Swam CKLS Administrator, was in charge of the meeting held at Sylvan Grove. Karen Cole, Associate Dean of Llbrarles, spoke on the "IAbrmy Infor- mation Network of Kansas" (LINI~. the "Future of Libraries in Kansas" was given byMarthaHale. Susan Marchant talked about "What's Hot and What's Not in Kansas Booke." We have a new book, The Stars Doum, by ~ Sheldon., Story Hourwas held on Friday aRer- noon. The children enjoyed these sto- ries from "~ts" magaz~e: "Ham and Eggs, I Think" and "Little Red Leaf." They read the Thanksg/v/ng Rebus Story. The Oreat Race, hidden picture and Thanksglvlng word search were completed. The children were treated to homemade cookies provided by the Athena Club. the Story Hours for December will be the 9th and 18th, 4-5 p.m. for K-4 grades. After the first Thanksgiving in 1621, the winter that followed was one of starvaUon. Near its close tradition says, there was only a little corn left...enough for five kernels per person each day. Somehow the Pilgrims survived. Every Thardcsgivlng thereafter, the Pilgrims had five grains of corn to remind them of their hardships and to be grateful. I. The first grain stands for that wonderful beauty of nature which is all about us. 2. The second reminds us of the great men and women of the pasL 3. The third stands for the work of the world that must be done. 4. The fourth stands for our friends and loved ones. 5. The flRh grain should be dedi- cated to God. Happy Thanksgiving. Mankato Library News ~ Sehbmrbaek, I/Inr/an Winterhours: l-5weekdays, 7-8:30 Monday and Wednesday evenings, I 0- 12 Saturday. Preschoolersl A'Story Hour" Just for you at the library each Tuesday aRer- noon at 2 p.m. beglnning Dec. 1. A new video has been given to the library by John White. It is "Indiana Jones arid the Last Crusade." The 11- brm'y board and community appreci- ate such nice gi~. The library will be closed Nov. 25 and Nov. 26 for Thankegmng. Webber Health i The Jewell County ment will have a Webber from 9-11 a.m. ter Service ices will be provided: blood urine test, blood sugar test, after eating ing, immunizations (please child's immunization record)~ health information. This clinic will be 1992. Bothwell National Ag the National Ag Bankers Minneapolis, MN last week Speakers gave insight future of agriculture in All phases of the Marilyn Smith, Senior Manager, was selected by to attend a Case in Emporia on Nov. 9-I0 launch a new Care ect in Jewell County. wide initiative funded by Kansas through the Aging, the Care will assist oldes term care by assisting them families to locate and use resources to help maintain pendence. Smith will be available W care management pletion of the training, care Smith will work closely services and health care jewell County to avoid services in_g programs of care that offers. ...... "We are delighted to Imve i partnership Julie Oove~ Walter, tot of the North Agency on Aging. "Care be the bridge between older who are at ized and services enable them to live in for as long and their families Area Agency and identify new services that developed." Teachers continue 0f pr0fessi0nal "Keeping we have about teaching of vital importance to the our young people," said principal of Mankato "Teachers here lines that will help dents to a strong finish year." said Kelth. "To accomplish Mankato tmue their study MASTER Teacher tralnlng. Thls umes ol skills and practices week. ~'In the second gram will focus on discoipline, professionalis~ lcs. parent and public performance and erawiUbe receiving guidance that they help students find as well as the help they J with d/fflcult sltuat/ons occur at this sakl KeRh.