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Page 2 - Thursday, March 18, 2010 Garey's Celebrate THE JOHNSON PIONEER JOHNSON, KS 67855 ' Engagement Announced Citations Issued And Arrests Made Sixty Years Together We make insurance sim)le with ONE deductible. Melvin and Melba (Collins) Garey will be celebrat- Ing their 60th wedding anniversary March 21, 2010. They were married in 1960 at Garden City, Kansas. Their children, Joel and Linda Nicholas, Alan and Sharon Garey, Rita Garey and their families would like to celebrate the occasion with a card shower. The cards may be sent to 12477 E Rd 14 at Johnson, Kansas 67855. Alto Home Lift,, Businm% Co le,q fh:hrement Fifty Years Ago March 18, 1960 The Stanton County Swim- ming Pool will cost less than the original bid price, this was disclosed when the contract was signed by the county commissioners and Ultra- Modem Pools of Wichita. To- tal contract cost of the pool will be $77,485. The com- pany's bid was $78,940. This reduction was made possible by the several alternate items of construction that were fig- ured and selected by the com- missioners. ::'ombers Bomb Oppo- nents For City League Title" The Bombers of the Johnson City basketball league lived up to their name in the campaign just finished. They won 11 of their 12 games scheduled to win the league. The Panthers were 6- 6 in the battle. Tie for third - Vats and Hornets won 5, lost 7 and Tigers at the bottom with a 3-9 record. Prosperity discovers vice, and adversity dis- covers virtue. .... Francis Bacon Sr, Center Menus Listed soup, salad bar and dessert. Thursday, March 18: Tatar tot casserole, roll, vegetable, soup/salad bar and cinnamon roll. Friday, March 19: Salmon loaf and Cook's choice Monday, March 22: Gou- lash, breadsticks, vegetable, Tuesday, March 23: Baked steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetable, roll, soup, salad bar and dessert. Wednesday, March 24: Beef tips with rice, vegetable, roll, soup, salad bar and ice cream. JOHNSON PIONEER Publication Number (USPS 276-440) Subscription Rates: $18.60 per year in Stanton County. $20.73 per year elsewhere. Payable in advance, tax included. Periodicals Postage Paid at Johnson, KS 67855. Published weekly at Johnson every Thursday. Printed in Liberal, Kansas. Ronda Ford[ Editor [ Publisher ] [ Ms. Teresa Winger-Martin of Manter, Kansas, and the late Ed Winger of Johnson, Kansas, announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Elizabeth Winger to Mr. John Young, son of Mr. Charles Young, of Atoka, Oklahoma and Mrs. Cheri Young of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The wedding Is planned for July 10, 2010. Miss Winger will graduate In May from Friends Unl- versity and go on to Saint Paul School of Theology in Kansas City, Missouri. Mr. Young Is a 2005 gradu- atefrom Southern Nazarene University and Is a Lieu- tenant In the US Army. Locals *** No problem can be Included On solved from the same Dean's List consciousness that cre- ated it. We must learn to Fort Hays State University see the world anew. deans have named 878 stu- Albert Einstein dents to the Deans Honor Roll for the fall 2009 semester, ac- cording to Dr. Larry Gould, FHSU provost. The list includes under- graduate students only. To be eligible,' students must have enrolled in 12 or more credit hours and have a minimum grade point average of 3.60 for the semester. Students from Stanton County include: Lesli D. Campbell; Leslie N. Godfrey; Lance Thomas Shepard; and Erin D. Frownfelter Subscribers are requested to provide immediate notice of change of address. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: The Johnson Pioneer P.O. Box 10, Johnson, KS 67855. A deduction of one week from the ex- piration of a subscription will be made where a change of address is provided through the Postal Service. OHNSON STATE BANK [  Member FDIC JOHNSON, KANSAS 67855 Islam Proudly Introduces Leaders Of Tomorrowl Rylee Polzln Is the 20 month old granddaughter of Brad and Robin Kempke. 202 S. Maln Johnson, KS 620-492-6200 [0UAt HOUSINg LENDER Tabby Schwelzer Is the 11 year old daughter of Kristen Schwelzer. 220 E. Oklahoma Ave. Ulysses, KS 620-356-1922 2-12-10 Tara L. Corey, 28, of Johnson, was citd for leav- ' ing the scene of an accident and failure to report an acci- dent. 2-15-10 Jesus Zubia- Aranda, 21, of Rolla, KS, was cited for speeding, 82 in a 65. 2-22-10 / 3-9-10 Fabricio Marquez, 40, of Lakin, KS, was cited for leaving the scene of an accident and failure to report an accident. 2-26-10 Gary D. Rogers, 48, of Lawrence, KS, was cited and arrested for driving while suspended. 3-1-10 Evodio Lorenzo Cruz, 43, of Johnson, was ar- rested for harassment by phone and disorderly conduct. 3-5-10 Luis R. Rodriguez, 34, of Johnson, was cited and arrested for driving while sus- pended. 3-6-10 Pamela James, 38, of Walsh, CO, was cited for speeding, 74 in a 65. 3-9-10 Dustin Toole, 28, of Johnson, was arrested for bat- tory. 3-11-10 Juan Gonzalez, 26, of Johnson, was cited and ar- rested for failure to stop at a posted sign and failure to change license address. When you experience damage to your home, vehicles and other possessiorls, Vou pay ONE deductible- no matter flow many items are damaged in a single occurrence. For certainly after the storm, you can rely or! us. DouglasMorrls, CLU 20g S Main Johnson, KS (620) 4g2-6260 [:ARM BIJREAU I::INANC, IAI. SERVICES ]II.''II'(tICC ]rwe,'l/ttetlls www,fbfs COrn C00riat00rl (200eyistr00 rnal aaob oronson 00uee-00'=e-e .... START RIGHT. START HERE;  stanton County True Value 704 S. Nipp Johnson Tre00'Presd00ot Pre-Enrollment Forms For 3 and 4 Year Olds 2010 - 2011 School Year Are Available ' at Johnson First United Methodist Church Office Cheryl Berens Instructor See our new web site: www.fumcjohnson.com The Learning Tree Preschool admits students of any race. color, religion, national or ethnic origin Carl KlaaelI, Pastor "Preaching the good news of salvation." SUNDAY: Sunday School ..... 10:00 ,.ml. Morning Worship... 11:00 a.ITI. Evening Service... 6:00 .ml. WEDNESDAY: Evening Service. . .7:00 ).ml. First Baptist Church The Church That Cares For Youl Bob Warner Pastor SUNDAY: Sunday School ..... 9:45 a.ml. Morning Worship. . 11:00 a.rtl. Evening Worship... 6:00 p.ml. WEDNESDAY: Evening Service.. .7:00 p.ml. Free In Home Bible Study Call 492-2401 Fields Memo- rlal Wesleyan Church Johnson Dave Kaufmann Pastor SUNDAY: Sunday School .... 9:30 a.rTi. Morning Worship... 10:30 aATI. Evening Worship .... 6:00 D.ml, WEDNESDAY: Bible Study Prayer .... 7:00 ).ml, %00,u000000URCH SCHEDUL S WEEKLY DEVOTIONAL Johnson Pastor Carl Kissell United Meth- Faith Baptist Church Sayings of Christ from the Cross "And he (a thief hanging on a cross next to Jesus) said unto Jesus, 'LORD, remember me when thou earnest into thy kingdom'. And Jesus said unto him, 'Verily, 1 say unto thee, To day shalt thou be with me in paradise'." - Luke 23:42,43 The same sun that melts the wax will also harden the clay. Two thieves hung on crosses on either side of Jesus. Both of them initially mocked His claim to he the Savior (Matthew 27:41-44). Both thieves saw Jesus at the time that He appeared to have no power to save Himself or anyone else. Something quickly happened to melt the heart of one thief toward Christ and harden the heart of the other. I think the one melted and the other hard- aned as they heard Jesus say, 'Father forgive them, r they know not what they do'. Words with that passion dig deep into the heart and bring out its best or worst. The hardened, selfish heart of one thief cried out for escape from suffering. The soft- ened, faith filled heart of the other thief asked Jesus for a home among the redeemed. When the Son shines on your heart, does it melt or harden? The grace of God dramatically transformed the repentant thief. He quickly learned some things that many 'good' people stumble over today. He admitted his sinful condition and that justice de- manded his death. He wasn't deceived as many are that their good works make them 'deserving' of God's grace. He had no good works to offer. He Monte de Slon Continued On Page 3 Drear Llcon Pastor SUNDAY: ..... 10:00 a.m. ...... 6'.00 p.m: IT'S IN THE BIBLE 1-800-967"BIBLE WEDNESDAY...7:00 p.ml. Blblelnfo@uccsda.org http://www.llw.org/dlscover This ad is dedicated to the building of a more spiritual and greater church attendance In Stanton County, It Is paid for by business firms who want, as their only return, to see more people going to church. The Johnson State Bank Skyland Grain, LLC Stanton County FoodsFg.l0000lONB00mThe Johnson Pioneer .. COMMUNICATIONS odlst Church Rsv. Don Hasty Church Phone 492-6850 SUNDAY: Sunday School .... 9:30 a.ITI. Worship Hour ...... 10:40 a.ITt. ! Youth Meetings .... 5:00 Manter United Methodist Church Will Kenyon Pastor SUNDAY: Sunday School ...... 9:45 =Lml. i Worship Hour ..... 10:501 n.ml. Bethel Church i Of The Nazarene 10096 E. Road 23, Johnson 10 miles South, 1 mile Wast of Big Sow Ray. Ken Armstrong "The Friendly Singing Country Church" SUNDAY: Sunday School ..... 10:00 ft.ml. Morning Worship... i0:45 it.n1. Evening Worship .... 7:00 p.ml. WEDNESDAY: Young Peoples Service. 7 D.ml. Evening Service .... 7:00 ).nl St. Berngdette Catholic Church Fr. Trong Tran SATURDAY: English Mass ..... 6:30 p.m. Spanish Mass .... 8:00 p.m.