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~, KS 6; Page 2 - Thursday, March 14, 2002 THE JOHNSON PIONEER JOHN~ bwou ~!~~'ot way home we will stop in Dates to remember: I[ DIIIIJtJClllU ~' [I Ulysses and tour the ,Monday, Wednesday, March13,1952 Freshman- Maria Se~HhAeiwK~heO~e,i,~ r~@yallal~dfCo~'~ l[ byBecky Schweltzer | Grant County Museum.Friday morning exercise 33On New Honor Roll Phillips, Jerry Yost, 1 - Drop by the Center or 9-10:00a.m. The seniors claimed 13 Laverne Kippes, Sam Boosterdh Thursday, March 14th, her discovery by a studio call to reserve your place Monday, Tuesday, of the 33 high school stu- Ellis, Teddy Evans, John SuFStat game on Satu . .... .... on thebus-wewould ThursdayandFridayce-dentsonthehonorrolffor Parker, VerlaLindsley. helPmlena hh econcessionstandanddYOl,-annrn ngd?t 21 ep nh nhgi we will be holding our ex .......... 5 .................. ..... ..... , n m Ke to see me trip nllea ramies cratts lU:UU - the fourth six weeks pe- Red Cross Drive Is Off afternoon matinee, lnlS ,~u..,~j ............. t" ..... , . - so sign up now ano come 4"00 month s film will be for a movle and popcorn .... . riod, thejuniors had five, , ............ We a-" irin- un the enjoy an outing with us Wednesday - Ollsophomores eight and the Stanton county s an- .. Child btar: ine niriey ..... . v _., .. "' EiiiirAi oi ji]tat ..... ';-"s o- the bus and Last week s trlvlaques- painting 10"00-4:00 nual Red Cross roll call lemp e story. ...... . ........ ' freshman seven. Of 15 was given an early start , , r, ........ non is what name am rtday 1"00 p m America stru |ed ..... ............. " " '' boys in the three supper and abig boost Tuesdayon Main Street tiilrni ilS li!(. i! ..... w'-"re ""in" on atri"' George Eastman invent Bridge Johnson f_or the use of mrougn tne tJreat ue- ,, e .............. classes on the honor roll, when Lloyd Batterton, ........ On Frida.' March 22 the in oecause tt was lhursday, arcn nine were basketballsoliciting in the business presslon in the lV_ u s a , [,, ....... ;- ,'. ,n;,n ...... easy to memorize pro- 14th, afternoon matinee players, just for the section of Johnson com- little girl With Dlff u=E~x-'uo ~'t-UWlJ-'tu-'~ ................ -" ' - " - Center "-arkin" lot at nounce and spett: rlday, March 13th, record. mmpJes ano lnoescrio- v able charm danced her 10:30 a.m. We willjour- way into the hearts of moviegoers around the world. Based on the true story of child star Shirley Temple this delightful film follows Shirley's early career, starting with Sr. Center Thurs., Mar. 14 - Corned beef & cabbage, veg., roll, salad bar, cin- namon roll. Fri., Mar. 15 - Tuna salad sandwich, potato salad, salad bar, dessert. Mort., Mar. 18 - Sau- sage & gravy, biscuits, salad bar, dessert. Tues., Mar. 19 - Chicken strips, mashed potatoes, veg., roll, salad bar, dessert. March 1 - 7, 2002 Admi Lori Umberger, Johnson Fern McManaman, Manter Kenneth Barber, Johnson Karin Kullot Curly Kullot Loft Umberger Fern McManaman Current Patients: Kenneth Barber There were fifty-six outpatients served this week. ney to Montezuma where we will have lunch at the Cornerstone Cafe. Then we will visit the Stauth Memorial Museum where their current spe- cial exhibit is "Forgotten Florals: Decorative Dis- coveries from the Kauffman Museum Col- lections". This display presents quilts, clothing, furniture, housewares and artwork with floral motifs, all made between 1815 and 1945. On the Obituary Donald T. Mease Don, d T. Meuse, 70, of Clifton, Colorado died February 26, 2002, at Palisades Living Center. At his request, cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held at a later date. Donald was born Janu- ary 12, 1932 at home near Stonington, Colorado to John and Mattie (Mitchell) Meuse, the tenth of eleven children. He was a farmer and rancher and enjoyed pol- ishing rocks and making jewelry in his spare time. He as an Army veteran an. He made his home in Morton and Stanton counties, Kansas during the late 1950's and early 1960's. Donald was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers - Wesley, Robert, Wartman_Appointed To Academy correct answer Kodak and was given to us by Cyda Corr. This week's trivia question is who, on being knighted in 1975, asked to be called Sir Charles rather than Sir Charlie? The first person to cor- rectly answer the ques- tion after 9:00 a.m. Fri- day will receive a pack- age of Senior Center cin- namon rolls. You may pick up your rolls after noon on Thursday, March 21 st. and James; and two sisters - Mary and Eleanor. He is survived by one son, Danny R. Meuse and wife Esther of Aurora, Colorado and one daughter, Frances Schrock and husband Jerald of Olpe, Kansas; three grandchildren; three broth- ers, Bill and Earnest of Grand Junction, Colorado and Harold of Leveland, Texas; two sisters, Pauline Murray of Walsh, Colorado and Eunice Ford of Johnson, Kansas; in-laws, friends, and a host of nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to Donald Mease's grandchildren edu- cation fund at 675 Norfolk Way, Aurora, Colorado 80011. was bunny class 1:00 p.m.The roll: Seniors - Thursday, March 21, Florene Snell, Carol Block of the Month club Trostle, Betty Hargrove, - 1:00-4:00 p.m. Ronald Kendrick, Leon Friday, March 22, bus Stanton, Lola Oiler, trip to Montezuma and Mona Morris, Galard Ulysses, bus leaves at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 23, Share delivery day Lane, Billy Byer, Eugene Cave, Nancy Daniels, Laverne Fiss, O.W. Josserand. Juniors - Richard Winger, Harry Solter, Buy Plants Now? Should careful Kan- Keith Long, Gerald sans wait until late Nafziger, GayHatton. Sophomores - Jared Grantham, Jimmy Jellison, Nancy Trostle, Marie Collins, Jack Reid, Lou Ellis, Molly Sosa, Eugene Shore. spring, knowing they can buy new landscape plants on sale then? "Not" is the quick re- ply of Charles Barden, ornamental plant special- ist at Kansas State Uni- versity. He provides three reasons: 1. The healthiest, best- suited trees and shrubs for an area nearly always sell out first. 2. Transplants that go into the landscape in April tend to have the best odds for adjusting well. 3. Ornamentals that spend a lot of time on dis- play have the highest odds for becoming root- bound and/or damaged. With untrained store per- sonnel, they also may suffer from slow starva- tion or dehydration. Frid ly, M krch2 , _$~$~ .... J ,uu !J liB. * M rater Grad e Set,col Spencer G. Wartman Springs on June 27. has been appointed to the Spencer is the son of United States Air Force Mary Jane Wartman of Academy as amember of Topeka and Greg and the Class of 2006. He will Amy Wartman of be joining a select group of our nation's-finest young people as he par- ticipates in one of the country's best officer training programs. This appointment is awarded to approximately 15 per- cent of the applicants. Spencer will report to the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Concessic ns incl Ide: frito pie, Citations Issued And Arrests Made 3- 1-02 Mireya Martinez, 22, of Ulysses, KS arrested for iden- tity theft. 3-2-02 Filipe Ramos, 35, of Johnson, KS was cited for loud music (El Mesquite). 3-3-02 Ricardo Suarez, 35, of Joh,;son, KS was cited and ar- rested for DUI and no driver's license. 3-3-02 Alfonso Lopez, 34, of Johnson, KS was cited for speeding 95 in a65. 3-4-02 Chad Bryan, 20, of Johnson, KS was cited for speeding 78 in a 65. 3-5-02 Aaron Skipper, 32, of Johnson, KS was arrested for failure to ap- pear. 3-6-02 Jaime Adan, Johnson, KS was cited for improper back- ing, and cited and ar- rested for no driver's li- cense. 3-6-02 Osman Estrada, 24, of Johnson, KS was cited for allowing unau- thorized to drive. 3-7-02 David E. Ma- son, 19, of Johnson, KS was arrested for proba- tion violation warrant out of Stevens Co. desserts an,:i drinks v,!!! be r;_,ff!e !t=_ms MUST liE PRESEI TO Wl E VERY ONE W ELCOI IEt Ulysses. And the grand- son of Emily Wartman of Johnson. Sunday, March 17 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. 205 S. Long, Johnson " gs Available Dog Rabies, Distemper & Parvo Vaccine Cat Distemper & Rabies Vaccine Be City dog tags will be sold. All in the City Limits are required to have current tags and rabies vaccinations. I I pleted his work with :4 days $227 turned in and a few hours behind him came Mrs. Sam Cox with $27 - 50 from her territory in the southeast quarter of tow.n. That was just the begin- ning as a crew of solici- tors working under the direction of Courtland Wartman, roll call chair- man, began a complete coverage of the county to meet Red Cross needs. DEADLINE Monday, 12:00 noon 231 io; Yd y, /r y SEYB-TUCKER LUMBER & IMPLEMENT 704 S. Nipp Johnson, KS 492-6240 Garnand Funeral y cut sur 605 W. North Ave. Johnson,,,', " ,, r actuall Obituary: 2 DAV Ihh Farrice Davidson, age 91, 2002, at Rolling Hills Health Cente~ii:i:~ : i sas She had been a resident of Jo~: :: :! since 1946. She was born on July~~::: Cherokee, Oklahoma the daughter~|i'~ and Rosella (Helmich) Bender. She~~ :~ teacher in Walsh, Colorado, Bucklin,! Kansas. She was a member of Methodist Church, Mothers Club, Club all at Johnson, Kansas. On June 10, 1940, she Davidson, Sr. at Johnson, her in death on September 20, Survivors include: one son, Jr. of Johnson, Kansas; one dau Squyres of Topeka, Kansas; six and Jason Davidson, Lara and Mandy and Andrew great-grandchildren, Allura, Davidson. She was preceded in ers, Forest and, Wayne Bender, Erdene Bender, Twila Shetler, Arl Grace Hogue. Funeral services were March 11,2002, 2:00 p.m. at the odist Church, Johnson, Kansas, Fogo presiding. Burial followed County Cemetery, Johnson, quest memorials be given to the odist Church, Stanton County or to the donor's choice all in care neral Home 605 W. North Ave. 67855. Darrin W. Figgins, Funeral Church of WEEKLY DEVOTIONAL Faith Baptist Church I=~t~ Rmdy Conm~/ IltlJVillJ0~.'~ SUNDAY: Sunday School ........ 9~,5 =.m. Morning Worship....10:45 &m. You~ Gnmp. ............ 6.~0 p.m. Evening Se~(o ....... 7.'00 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Evening Service ....... 7.t)0 p.m. ynwtusm.l~l~m/f~l Covenant Family Church PHte Sonny I,brt SUNDAY: Worship 8en, im....10~0 ram. Evoning 8~ndc&....6:00 p.m. Yotah Fdlovmhip Sunday WEDNESDAY: Evening ~ ....... 7.'00 p.m. by Randy Conway Faith Baptist Church I propose to have a three-week series on the life of Jesus, The week before His crucifixion, the day of His crucifix- ion, and the week after His crucifixion. Why the necessity of such lessons, I believe that if we know what Jesus went through we can better know our Savior. If these days were not important then the writers would have left this information out of their writings. We will not cover every detail; we will not cover every truth. What we will cover is some pointers on how the coming death, burial, and resurrection. If you were willing to accept His teachings, then you were guilty with man for being a friend of Jesus. If you did not accept His teachings then you were guilty with God for not accepting His salvation. During this week, Jesus would make His Trium- phal entry into Jerusalem and have various encoun- ters with the scribes and Pharisees. The amazing part is that Christ knew what was about to hap- pen. He knew that He would be the sacrifice for man,s sin. He knew who would and would not ac- God works in our lives, cept Him as Savior. Yet, First, in the week prior He still took the time to to the crucifixion it seems try to get men to repent Man M The p=t Satu SUNDAY: SC Sunday Worship WEDNES ings - will [ Bethel The O0 J Strut. Bill Bow as if whether you knew of their sins. R f,l First Baptist Jesus or denied who he That is the purpose of t0 mlN car was, you were guilty by Jesus, death, burial, and "l~tCan Rye Rev. Mental t- Church association. In the second resurrection. Jesus died ,-~ley Med 11 Cl hll tCa F week, when our Lord was so that your sins and "Thol'n ilsonM Voul crucified, you were minemight be forgiven, i SUNDAY:ses W ner I or cleansed by his power. In Jesus continues to call ' ^ - . e.n r, age H I ~un0ay ~ SUNDAY: Sunday ......... 9:4s =m. the third week, after his people to salvation. The I Idorning~ay [ Evening tient Fin Morning Womhip.....11.O0 a.rn. crucifixion we see those question He has for you I ~.d~ysical T, fiv ng W0mhilL....8 Ixm. amazed by his victory, is will you accept Him as , Wl:DN spirator WEDNESDAY: The week before His the sacrifice for your I - ies Au, I Young r-'-,z._- sins? Anyone who is IEvening f r rk Ger,. Evening Service 7.'00 p m . . . "=::"/=-: r" death, Jesus came in and I'melg tll 49 . l:all' / out of Jerusalem. At willing to call on the ,~lVled- night, He would go back name of Jesus will be for- Faffllll e- l .',P uunty Johnson to Bethlehem. Each day given of his or her sins. I Itl County Wesle an He would encounter dif- That is the true meaning I Y ferent people and teach of of Easter! I t,ood Church I i Also a K nunn puto _ e,~nav- ~ -J SUNDAY:,~ St~01 9.~Oa.m rl~S IN THE BI3BIJg 1-800.967-BIRI~ |Sunday~ Morning Wmhip'""1030 o.m" Bibleinfo / Morning ~ ne an ...... - l TUESDAY:~e Ass Evening Womhip......7.1)0 p.m. http' t ....... WEDNESDAY . =,u~ o,,,-, ......... ~v: _ .. This ad is dedicated to the building of a more spiritual and greater WEDNE~STRI umm ~uoy ~,rayer /uupm " : church attendance in Stenton Counly. It is paid for by business firms Prayer & who want, as the!r only return, to see more people going to church. ~ DUU one The Johnson Coop Gram Co. The Johnson Sta Collingwood Grain Co. 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