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b Page 2 - Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010 III Earl Ray White Earl Ray White, 84, of Elkhart, Kansas died February 12, 2010 at Morton County Hospital, Elkhart. He was born November 9, 1925 in Reno County, Kansas the son of Fredrick Earl and Elva Fay McCowan. Ray moved with his family west of Mantel Kansas at the age of nine. They later moved to a farm north of Elkhart. Ray graduated from Elkhart High School in 1942, and joined the Navy. After basic training in Faragut, ID, he was stationed on San Clemente Island in California. Ray served his country during World War II and was honorably discharged in June 1946, then attended Panhandle State University for a semester. He then joined his father on the family farm. He was a member of the Elkhart Church of the Nazarene and Morton County Grazing Association. With the exception of his family. Ray loved ranching and farming the most. He realized his dream of owning a cattle ranch and raising cattle with his boys. Ray and Lorene Vernis De- lay, the daughter of Guy and Lola Delay, were married January 31, 1950, in Clayton, New Mexico. They celebrated Fifty Years February 25, 1960 The Go-Kart craze has moved into southwest Kansas in the last few weeks. A track is scheduled for Johnson as soon as the weather clears by E,M. Farrar on a tract of land at the northwest corner of town, Clarence Winger will head Johnson Rotary Club in the new year starting July 1, as a result of the annual club elec- THE JOHNSON PIONEER JOHNSON KS 67855 their 60th anniversary to- gether this year. Ray and Lorene lived and farmed in northern Morton County un- til they moved to Elkhart in 2000. Survivors include his wife Lorene of the home; five sons, Jim White, Gary White and wife Dab, Tim White and wife Connie all of Elkhart, Mike White and wife Donna; Jeff White and wife Deb both of Sublette; one daughter, Kathi Morgan and husband Don of Elkhart; three brothers, Edgar White of Elkhart, Floyd White of Boise City, OK., Eugene White and wife Janet of Tus- cumbia, Me; three sisters, Elelen Swagerty and husband Ralph, JoAnn Fowler and husband Lynn both of Elkhart, Elva Johnson and husband Boyd of Rolla; nine grand- children, thirteen great-grand- children. He was preceded in death by his parents, grandson Trevor Joel White, two great-grand- sons, Malen Huck Anderson, and Tryson Lee Morgan. Funeral services were held February 15 at the Church of the Nazarene, Elkhart, with Pastor Keith Davis of- ficiating. Burial followed at Elkhart Cemetery with mili- tary rites conducted by Elkhart VFW Post#3162. Memorials may be given to M.E.N.D. (Mothers Enduring Neonatal Death) of Amarillo, Texas or Whistle Stop Park both in care of Garnand Fu- neral Home, P.O. Box 854, Elkhart, KS 67950. Manuel (Pete) Carvalho Beloved husband, father and grandfather, Manuel (Pete) Carvalho, passed away Feb. 9, 2010 in Concord, CA at the age of 95. He is proceeded in death by his brother Joseph Carvalho and stepbrother Bena For- sythe. Born in Oakland, he grew up in the Modesto Stockton area. Pete and Jacque lived in Elkhart during the 40s. Jacque was born and raised in Elkhart. She is a cousin to Glenda Worm and Jay Edgar of Elkhart. Pete was retired from Fiber- board, Antioch, where he lead pressman for 48 years. Pete attended mass weekly, loved ter Thursday, Feb. 25: Ham, potato-Au-Cart, vegetable, soup/salad bar and cinnamon roll, Friday, Feb. 26: Cook's choice Menus and dessert. Tuesday, March 2: Pork fritter, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetable, roll, soup, salad bar and dessert. Wednesday, March 3: ' Monday, March:l: Ham Sloppy Joes, potato salad, loaf, scalloped potatoes, veg- baked beans, soup, salad bar etable, roll, soup, salad bar and ice cream. When you experience damage to your hOlT1, yah!ties arid otl]er possessi0ris, you pay ONE deductible ...-. matter how many items are d ',maged iH a single occurrence. For certainty after tl e storHL you can rely on us. Oooglas Morris, CLU 209 $ Main fishing, hunting, water skiing, gardening, and yearly Reno Pittsburg State University trips with family and friends, has released the honor rolls Pete is survived by his lov, for the 2009 fall semester. To ing wife of 65 years, Jacque- qualify for Dean's Scholastic lynn (Thomas) Carvalho; his Honors, a student must com- sister Virginia Costello, plate at least 12 semester Deborah Henderson, Darlene hours, receive a grade point Preslar, and one son Timothy average (GPA) of 3.6000 for Blumberg. all credit course work that se- Pete was blessed with 17 mester and have no grade lower than a B and no grade of I in any course during the ' I ........ " grandchildren, 17 great- grandchildren, 4 great-great- grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Feb. 17, at Higgins Funeral Chapel. Jerry "Butch" L. McMana- man Jerry "Butch" McMana- man, 51, passed February 12, 2010. He is survived by lov- ing family and many friends. Memorial service was held February 18th, 3 P.M., at Crossroads Church of Denver, 9901 W. 50th Ave., Wheat Ridge, Colorado. semester. To qualify for Ali- A Scholastic Honors, a stu- dent must complete at least 12 semester hours, receive a grade of A in all credit course work for the semester and have no grade of I in.any course during the semester. Selia Garcia a senior from Johnson, majoring in Psychol- ogy/Biology has been named to the Dean's Honor Roll. C mmd#t armos- mnd C araob oronson , pril 25, 2010 art START RIGHT. START HERE? Stanton County True Value 704 S. Nlpp Johnson The St. Co. Noxious Weed Department would like to wish Bill Haney a wonderful retirement and would like to welcome Alan Stevenson the new Noxious Weed Director. We would like to invite our customers and friends into the office at anytime, for a cup of coffee and an opportunity to ~/ meet with Alan. J St. Bernadette Catholic Church's Annual " 'Sunda3,, February28 ...... 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Stanton County High School tion last week. Felix John*on, KS Insurance hwestments |, Edmisson was named vice (620) 402-6260 ,,~,~ bU,o~ k I Prlls enit an d. H ,.L ,fuLke r , 1 1' IS i i[ hnon II Falth B Jo s II Church WEEKLY DEVOTIONAL ......... . II I/Carl Klmml,, Pastor Pas r ] un...?..mm,/I Pubhcation Number Subscribers are requested to provide I/"Preaching the good news I .......... / OOISI unurcn/I (LISPS 276-44_0) , immediate notice of change of address. I/ ir trst Baptist t;nuren / ,,..., .... II ubscrlptlon Rates. POSTMASTER: Send address II-SUNpA I The Phrase I hear The Most From Chris. / II llUUnoay ~cnool ..... 10:00 I . /SUNDAY: /I $18.60 per year in Stanton County. changes to" " [ as:i ::]1 $20.73 per year elsewhere. The Johmon Pioneer wo,,,,o...,,:oo I It seems like I hear hasn;hrase all the time from ' .... Payable in advance, tax included.. . . P.O. Box s.rv ,, .... e:00 IChristians. It certainly must be on our minds aiot,/a"`, p ...... : 'll Periodicals Postage Paid at i Ronda Ford[ Johnson, KS 67855. p,m.... YOuth Meetings 5'00 WEDNESDAY: maybe even more than thinking about Jesus. I __ ' ..... '11 '" " " ..... 1| ,,,,,i,,,, ,, ,,,h ........... I .... I piration of a subscription will be made i10 [still pops up often. Can you guess what it is? /ManterUnlted|l ';";'s I P.,Oltor I where a change of address is provided I/" I It must be one of our favorite phrases because / Methodist /I " I Pubhsher ] through the Postal Service Printed In Liberal, Kansas. ' ' I/First Baptist [with it in our speech we can justify about anything / Church /I I/ Church /in our lives. I hear little toddlers say it as well as / w,,, K......,., /I The Churoh Th-t Come . SUNDAY: I/ For Youl Jblg toddlers. Men, women, teens all across our ]Sunday School 9'4511 I/ ltobyW, lrner Pastor Iland say it over and over again. Can you guess la.m. ...... /I OHNSON IlSUND : / ...... IWorship Hour ..... ,o:.0ll Ilsun ,y sc.ool ..... 9'.,s/what tt I'."`. /I II.a;m'_ ........... / This phrase is so well rehearsed that I bet even / /I Morning worSnip. . , 11:O0 STATE BANK IGod knows what we are going to say before we / /I Evening WoroNp 6 oo B J h r Member FDIC E-'"! Jo.. ,o., KA,s,s ,,,, I1:"` .... : /say it. I am sure He hears it so much He must be / ethe C U ch/I IIwEbNSSDAY: [getting tired of it by now. I wonder just how many [ Of The /I Evening Service7 O0 0 .... : [times we use this phrase during one day of our/ Nazarene /I Proudly Introduces Leaders f Tomorrowl l/Fre;lnHomeBlbloStuaY /lives, it might be interesting to record ourselves / 100,SE. ROIKI2$, /I I/ Call 492-2401 [ . . . / dOhnlon -= llll ............ ......, I! land count how many times. Can you guess what [ 10 mileo,outh, lm,./I l/Fields Memo- lit is? /woatotelg Ilow il lir = Wo=.y.n / Tho 1/I - "~ ~ . ..... Ray. Ken Armstrong Country Church !/ Church [yep, a very simple, short and depressing phrase. ISUNO, " /I II Johnson ["I want this. I want that", it has to grieve (3ods [Sunaay e.oo, ..... 10:00/I II Dive Ktutmann PIttor [heart. It is a depressing phrase because all we do ^ ,o,,/I : SUNDAY ........ ~ ........ ~" ........ il_ . '_:. . lis want things, we never get satisfied and then we I;;."` /I ~unoay ~nool 9 30 Evening Worship 7 00 I.~ ' .... ~ustify our selfish lives with the same delusion of I~: .... : /I Morning Worship 10 30 WEDNESDAY II.m : Iwants. I know that God tells us to be content, to II " : |l ' ..... Young Peoplos Servlce. 7 IlEvening Worship .... 6:00 [seek His will and to give up the things of this world ;,m /I Ifor His glory and for His Kingdom. leaning .... ,:0011 lieiue Study Prayer .... 7:00 J This idea of wanting things is not from God. Iv` II I[p."`. [God gives us what we need, what we can use for/st. 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