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Page 2 - Thursday, March 22, 2001 '-"': c),=rt=ivRs Scbnl r,:'h;,' THE JOHNSON PIONEER JOHN.~ON 11 m m " Y II I ' We are home from Texas - and - we arc S[ ing our friends and family for the lovely 0, ,ok Bishop, both of Walsh; Services were held telephone calls, and letters congratulatingt ge /4 Kay Hetrick of and four stepchildren, Wednesday, March 14 at 60th wedding anniversary. We truly appreci ,[ bL the h, CO, died Satur- Gail and Pete Frost of 2 pm at the First B.ap- all. Thanks again. day, March 10atMemo-Lamar, CO, Sherry and tistChurchinWalsh, CO.Virgil and Fale(a " j rial Hospital in Colorado Chris Kunze ofBurial was at the WalshTHANK YOU " --' Springs, CO. He was 72. Westminister, CO,Cemetery. The Stanton County United Fund and t. / - He is survived by his Debbie and Skip Lloyd Memorials may be "-a cr ( members of our community have made. wife, Billie Beth of the of Dodge City, KS and made to the American , is the first year that the budget for contn t home; four sons, Dennis Larry and Judy Trahern Cancer Society or the been met (at least the first year that anY0, i and Kathy of Watertown, of Walsh charity of your choice. - "" "o member). We will be paying" :} O00.uu t c of SD'RodneyandCynthiawalsh, CO, Douglas P,,nder'n-,s . , . aug organizations: Gad Scout Town Coup, , r" and Rita of Walsh, and Gregory and Tammy of Dea Friends, her, think about doing it. Walsh; two daughters,If you missed the con- We need all of your sup- Janette and Gary Jones of cert Monday evening,port to continue to bring LaJunta, CO and Deenayou missed a most de- you these great pro- and Larry Painter of lightful, funny concert. I grams. Walsh; four brothers,can't remember when I Brandy called and is Trunks; Contingency Fund. =, Kent and Marilyn laughed so much. Barb coming l or a couple of We would like to take this opportunity ! Hetrick ofWalsh, Leroy said her face hurt, my days. It's their spring ...... .... and Linda Hetrick of throat was.sore. He was break. She is bringing her i Walsh, Leon Hetrick of truly amazing, tals name boyfriend, we will be Jonathan Campbell of Minter receives a Freshman Academic aWn Sh ngatn endricWl yn is Robert Post. If you get'double dating" azai-n Scholarehip from Melinda Barton, director of financial aid, during .... a chance to see him,do They said for us to the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Foundation's annual pnngneld, CO.four szs- so. We wdl be selhng plan to do much, they just Scholarship Awards Ceremony. Campbell is majoring in mass corn- vrSi Ln i t:errr 3 la' tickets soon for next year. want to rest Hope all of you re-new How about this spring municalions. Elva Sharpe and Joan 'our memberships. H . " , ,, Y .... 'ou haven t been amem- Continued On Page 3 Tucker 1 lducted Warner and Hoskinson Listed fc7)_ . RYt)[ T F,, The Chi Alpha Chapter scholarship, leadership u --,.=- ,_)'OI"ltTal, J et]'ISt[' Some things are of Phi Theta Kappa, the development, fellowship I./jj L/C:ail O nOilOl no, international honor soci- and service to commu- yUanl'[a Co[/oa very important: nity. Membership is Enclosed are the names based upon academic of students who are on achievemerlt with faculty the fall semester 2000 dean's honor roll at members reviewing po- tential members to assess Wichita State University. their character and citi- Fall 2000 dean's honor roll: Wichita State Uni- zenship before they are invited to join. Eligible versity has announced students musrhave com- the names of more than pleted at least fifteen 1,600 students who were credit hours at SCCC and on the WSU dean's honor must have a grade point roll for the fall semester average of 3.35 or better 2000. To be included on in college-level courses the dean's honor roll, a student must be enrolled full-time (at least 12 credit hours) and earn at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Joseph M. Warner and Toni Hoskinson are stu- dents from Stanton County who earned the Dean's Honor Roll. Joe is the son of Bob and Louise Warner. Toni is the daughter of Virgil and Faleta Shepard. II ely for community col- lege students, recently inducted 12 Seward County Community Col- lege students into mem- bership in an afternoon candlelight ceremony in the SCCC Theater. Megan Tucker, daugh- ter of Jack & Lori Tucker of Johnson, was one of the students inducted. Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society that has over !.2 million mem- bers and is committed to academic excellence, Sr. Center March 9 - 15, 2001 Debbie Waide, Johnson, KS Shaleigh Tuman, Walsh, Thurs., Mar. 22 - Spa- ghetti, french bread, reg., CO salad bar, cinnamon roll. TinaLoader, M anter, KS FrL, Mar. 23 - Baked Savannah Loader, Minter, KS Wendi Rider, Lamar, CO Discharges; Debbie Waide Wendi Rider outpatients Tina Loader week. Savannah Loader Shaleigh Tuman Current Patient: Cecil Schooley There were eighty-four served this I II I I II II I INew MIIlenlum!I March 26-27, 2001 with itev. E manuel Cleaver and Rev. Harry Foockle See Rev. Cleaver at First United Methodist Church in Johnson at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, March 26th. And see Rev. Foockle at First United Methodist Church in Ulysses at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 27th. This 2-night event is sponsored by the Johnson and Ulysses churches and Saint Paul School of Theology. In addition to outstanding preaching, inspirational music experiences are planned for the two evenings. EVERYONE IS INVITED! fish, mac & cheese, veg., roll, salad bar, dessert. Mon., Mar. 26 - Liver & onions, scalloped po- tatoes, veg., roll, dessert. Tues., Mar. 27. Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, veg., roll, salad bar, dessert. Wed., Mar. 28 - Cow- boy steaks, baked pota- toes, veg., roll, salad bar, ice cream. Fields Memorial Wesleyan Church 107 E. Logan Ave. hosts Seminar with Dr. Joseph Sutherland . March 30th, 31st & April 1st . 7:00- 9:00 pm Topics Include: How to be a Responsible Parent" " 'How to Handle that Perennial Problem: Discipline" "How to Build Sound Self- esteem in your Children" for a #at w#ek nd/ Childeare will be provide for children 7yrs & younger. SERVICE i QUALITY INTEGRITY SINCERITY PROFESSIONALISM GARNAND FUNERAL cares for the families and we serve. YOU, are our prwrity. c, T GARNAND FUNERAL 605 W. NORTH AVE. JOHNSON, KANSAS 67855 016)492-2153 ;rief aftercare provided with our IMPLEMENT Darrin W. Fig ins Jan E. Funeral Director Funeral 704 S. Nipp Johnson, KS 492-6240 ut a= =b=haer Church of Christ SUNDAY: Morning Sencims10:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY: Evening ~ ....... 7:30 pm. Faith Baptist Church Pmor R ly blood, ond the blossed hol~e" SUNDAY: Sunday School ........ 9~15 ~m Momin0 Wo~hip...10:45 =tin. Ewning ~ ....... 7.'00 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Evening Service ...... 7.'00 p.m. Covenant Family Church Pastor Sonny Hart SUNDAY: Worship Servia..10:30 a.m. Evening Sentloe...S.lX) p.m. You~ Fellowship Sunde/nJ~ WEDNESDAY: Eve~ng Sefvloe ....... 7.'00 pm. ldsh fltmet Big Bow WEEKLY DEVOTIONAL By Rev. Randy Conway The princes and presi- Faith Baptist Church dents checked Daniels Many of us know the books but could not find story of Daniel in the li- any errors or signs of ons den. Do you remem- embezzlement. After dis- ber why he was placed in cussing the matter, they the den? It was not for a realized that Daniels great sin or for failing to weakness was his love serve the king. Actually for God. They watched it was just the opposite, his habits and found a Daniel was serving the way to entrap him. The king in a wonderful man- presidents and princes ner. At the same time he appealed to the pride of was worshipping and the king, for 30 days no serving God. one but you should be Daniel was among a worshipped in the king- group of 3 presidents that dora. A law was signed had rule over the princes forbidding worship of throughout the provinces anyone else besides the oftheMedo-PersianEm- king for 30 days. The pire. Daniel was pre- presidents and ferred by the king over all knew Daniel worshipped the other princes or presi- the Lord God each day. dents. This caused envy They could get him when among his peers. It is not he worshipped. uncommon for others to This is exactly what be enviousorbitterwhen they did. After seeing Youth Putor C1:~~ SUNDAY: Worship WEDNESDAY: Bethel The First BaDtist someone is promotedDaniel worship just as he __ ._. above them. Sometimesalwaysdld, the presidents _ . . they will try to tear that and pnnces went tattling person down. This is to the king. The law the "TheFdendly,~n P=ter what the other presidents king signed required that SUNDAY: and princes tried to do Daniel be thrown into the Sunday ~ ........ 0:~ Lmwith Daniel. hurts den. 11 Lm --"'~' "'"P" Wmh .... They began bv lookin If someone was to at- s,,,= at his work ethic. The tack you, would-tl y be j ...... " ........... 7- m ,,residents were toensure able to f'md flaws in your I t ESDkV: J ng ........ .'oo p. , v o~ P ' In Home Bi. Study that the taxes were being character? Do you cheat r. c ~5 ~et~....-" r ~)~ C~492-2401 collected and that the and he in your family, [ ,[ . king was receiving his work, or church?. Are I I~am;h,d~)~ Jonnson revenue. It was not un- there things that you do I ' Wesleyan common that in such 13o- not want anyone to find [ Iglesla sitions a man would em- out about? Are you like I No.anA t nurcn bezzle some of the in- _ - - [ K=ula na Pmor cumin,, mvenu Continued On/-,age I. :: 'SIf SUNDAY: ~ ...... j ,o.*'l Sunday School. ....... 9.'~ a.m. ~ ~ =~.'~u : / Mt~innW~ ln-'~aam IT'SINTEB BEBLE 1-800-967-BIBLE ..... ..... Bi " Worship-. Even,ng Wmh......r.~ ~m. blm~cesda~rg [ TUCeDAV" t...."& . WEDNESDAY: http'J/ / / B Study P m " r'W ..... This ad is dedicated to ~'e building of a more spiritual and greater WEDNESDAYI""- J daurda attendance in Stanton County. It is paid lor by business firms Prayer & Fasti~..~ who want as their only return, to see more people going to church. The Johnson Coop Gra,n Co. The Johnson State Collingwood Grain Co. Stanton County Foo -- 7 ' ~00q The Johnson Pioneer It's A Girl! Wes and Tina Loader of Manter are proud to an- nounce the birth of their daughter, Savannah Paris. She was born March 13, 2001 at 5:30 p.m. at the Stanton County Hospital in Johnson. She weighed 6 lbs. 14 oz. and was 19 inches long. Savannah was wel- comed home by brothers, Dalton and Stetson, and sisters, Dakota, Chey- enne and Laramie. Maternal grandparents are Rex & Patty Sunderland of Satanta. Paternal grandparents are Bud & Ruth Loader from Minter. Maternal great grand- parents are Nita Sunderland of Satanta and Bud & Letha Wedel of Coolidge. Paternal great grandparents are Geneva Hale of Johnson and aLillian Bracken of Hqgoton. Maternal great great grandmother is Lucille Dienst of Lakin. Iil 3 IllE fll~\ 213 W. Oklo. t-~.~-S,~.~