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Page 2 - Thursday, June 16, 2011 Carl Recognized For Avon Sales THE JOHNSON Senior Center PIONEER JOHNSON, KS 67855 cqueery and was honored at Avons 125 year celebration, Presidents Recognition Program Gala Event held In Great Bend June 2nd at Highland Hotel and Conven- tlon Center. Thelma's honors were for her Emerald Division and District of 1572, consists mostly of Southwest Kansas. Thelma's awards were s long stemmed red rose for Rose Circle, sales level sd- vancement, the Spirit of Avon, # 2 In dlvIslonsales Increase, and #1 In district sales Increase. She could not have achieved these awards without the gener- oslty and help of all her friends, family, and customer. Thelms wishes to express her deepest appreciation. Citations Issued And Arrests Made 5-28-11 Mr. Donald G. 6-8-11 Ruben Escobar, 32, Palmer, 49, of Garden City, of Logan, UT. was cited for KS, was cited for speeding, 83 speeding, 80 ins 65. in a65. 6-9-11 Francisco J. 5-28-11 Scott Prowetl, 50, Jimenez, 24, of Johnson, was of Lenexa, KS, was cited for cited and arrested for illegal speeding, 86 in a 65. tags, no driver's license and 6-1-11 Sara M. Master, 21, no proof of insurance. of Jacksonville, NC, was cited 6-9-11 Deven J. Taft, 20, of for speeding, 81 in a 65. Johnson, was cited for exhi- 6-1-11 Garry W. Moore, 591 bition of speed. of Mercedes, TX, was cited * * * for speeding, 81 in'a 65. TO keep the heart unwrln- 6-7-1tMelissaMalone, 33, kled, to be hopeful, of Bayfield, CO, was cited for kindly, cheerful, reverent speeding, 82 in a 65. -- that Is to triumph over 6-7-11 Juan M. Salamanca, old age. 59, of Johnson, was arrested Amos Bronson Alcott on a bench warrant. THANK YOU The family of Richard L. Glasscock expresses our sincere gratitude for all the acts of kindness shown to Richard and our family during his illness and passing. The support of our friends, family and the community has made this difficult time more bearable. We do appreciate everything. Sincerely, Doris Glasscock Richard R. and Bev Glasscock Diana and Doug Daniels and family Dean and Dolly Glasscock and family Thursday, June 16: Lasa- gna, French bread, veggie, soup, salad bar and cinnamon roll. Friday, June 17: Cook's choice. Monday, June 20: Taco salad with trimmings, soup, salad bar and dessert. Tuesday, June 21: Chicken strips, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetable, rolls, soup, salad bar and dessert. Wednesday, June 22: Ham, Rotel potatoes, veggies, roll, soup, salad bar and des- sert. Wiens Earns Placement On President's List West Texas A&M Univer- sity in Canyon, TX has named more than 1,100 students to honors lists for the spring 2011 semester. Of that total, 366 were named to the President's List and 753 stu- dents were named to the Dean's List. Students named to the President's List must have a grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 and carry a minimum class load of 12 undergradu- ate hours. Keltin R. Wiens, a sopho- more, majonng m mass com- munications and broadcasting earned a spot on the President's List. Keltin is the son of Roger and Shari Wiens of Johnson. On Friday, June 3, severe thunderstorms rolled across Pioneer Electric' s service ter- ritory, damaging infrastruC- ture in Stanton and Hamilton Counties. At the height of the storm, Pioneer Electric line crews confirmed 74 downed poles. NOAA's National Weather Service reported wind gusts of up to 87 miles per hour. These winds that accompanied the severe thunderstorm caused utility poles to break, which in turn caused outages for Pio- neer Electric members. By 6:30 a.m. Saturday, June 4, all homes were reenergized. Line crews continued to replace poles well into Saturday to re- store power to the remaining k~gation wells and sprinklers. Pioneer Electric Cooperative works hard to keep outages to a minimum, but there are times when Mother Nature can take a turn for the worse, such as this severe thunder- storm. No matter how severe the storm, you can rest assured that Pioneer Electric Coopera- tive is committed to provid- ing you up-to-date informa- tion during outage situations. It's important for you to know the correct procedures for re- porting an outage if one should occur. If your service is inter- rupted: First check your fuses or breakers to make sure the problem is not your own. Check to see if your neigh- bors have service. Noah's Teaching the Abeka Curriculum Kscls Msslre, Teacher Only A Few 4 Year Old Spaces Available! Pick up sppllcatlon or for more Information contact Fields Memorial Wesleyan Church 492-2480 Have your meter or account system is made up of more number ready before calling, than 117 miles of transmission The most efficient way to line, 3,600 miles of distribu- report an outage is our 24- tion line and 21 substations. hour outage-reporting system All of Pioneer Electric's else- by calling 1-800-551-4140. tricity is generated in Hol- This is not an automated sys- comb, Kansas by Sunflower tern, alive person will answer Electric Power Corporation, your call. It is crucial for our which is owned by Pioneer members to have their meter Electric and five other Ken- or account number (s) ready sas electric co-ops. Pioneer in order to process the outage Electric is a Touchstone En- report as quickly as possible, ergy cooperative. For more You may experience a busy information, visit http:// signal when calling during a major outage. If you see we are aware of outages in your The Movies area, be assured we will re- Ulysses, Ks store power as quickly as pos- sible, even if you haven't per- 356-1732 sonally contacted the Coop- erative. Pioneer Electric Coopera- Hours tive, Inc. is dedicated to pro- Open at 7:30 p2m. Previews at 7:45 viding members with safe and Movie st 8:0G reliable electric service. Head- Frl. - Tues. quartered in Ulysses, Kansas, June 24-28 *" Pioneer Electric is a distribu- "PIRATES OF tion cooperative owned and THE CARIB- controlled byits members. BEAN: ON ! Pioneer Electric serves ap- STRANGER proximately 15,900 retail electric meters spread TIDES" throughout 10 counties in Rated PG-13 southwestern Kansas. The SORRY NO NIGHT If you or a family member is age 50 years or older, it is time to consider options for colon cancer screening. A colonoscopy is a simple procedure that can greatly assist your physician to determine if there is a concern for pos- sible colon cancer. Dr. Charles Weintz of ~ !,~-, Stanton County Family Practice performs this pro- cedure at Stanton County Hospital and is currently accepting new patients. ~ "=~" ...... Call for your appointment today! June b Men's Health Month and Monday, June 13, 2011 marks the beginning of this year s National Men s Health Week. The theme for this year is "Awareness, Prevention, Education, and Family." The purpose of Men's Health Month and Week Is to heighten pubflc aware- ness of preventable health problems and encourage the early detec- tion and treatment of diseases among men and boys. "Always here for you." COUNTY HOSPITAL FAMILY PRAC'FICE k L,'-rcu Publication Number (USPS 276-440) Subscription Rates: $18.78 per year in Stanton County. $20.92 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 Proudly Member FDIC Introduces Marina, 13 and Jacob, 9 1/2 are the children of John and Stephsnle Dlckson. 202 S. Main Johnson, KS 620-492-6200 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 6785& 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. JOHNSON, KANSAS 871155 Leaders Of Tomorrowl Jerln, 9 and Brendon, 5 are the sons of Cody and Krlsty Morris. ' 220 E. Oklahoma Ave. Ulysses, KS 620-356-1922 Faith Baptist Church Carl Klesell, Pntor "Preaching the good news of salvation," SUNDAY: Sunday Scho61 ..... 10:00 Morning Worship,., 11:00 e,m, Evening Servlcei,,. 6:00 p.m, WEDNESDAY: Evening Service .... 7:00 ),m, First Baptist Church The Chumh That Came For Youl Ray. Jim Lavlella SUNDAY: Sunday School, .... 9:45 a,m, Morning Worship.,, 11:00 Evening Worship .... 6:00 p,m,, WEDNESD~: Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m,. Free In Home Bible Study Call 492-2401 Fields Memo- rial Wesleyan Church Johnson Dive KlU|mlnn PlltOr SUNDAY: Sunday School .... g:30 a,m, Morning Worship,,, 10:30 |l[,m, Evening Worship .... 6:00 p,m, WEDNESDAY: Bible Study Prayer .... 7:00 Monte de Slon Omar Lloon Postgr SUNDAY: ..... 10:00 s,m, ...... S:00 p.m, WEDNESDAY., ,7:00 p,m, WEEKLY DEVOTIONAL Methodist Church Pastor Will Kenyon , Matthew 9:12b-13 Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. Go and learn what this means, "I desire mercy, and not sacrifice. " For I came not to call the righ- teous, but sinners. All too often, people think they cannot go to church because they aren't living "perfect" lives. What if everyone judges them and thinks poorly of them? Unfortunately, all too often those we forget that Jesus Christ came for the sinners, rather than those who saw themselves as self-righteous. Throughout the Gospels, Jesus does not sepa- rate people by gender, economic status, or even ethnicity, but rather between those who know they were in need of the grace and mercy Jesus gave them and accepted it, and those who thought they knew better than Jesus and saw themselves as being right with God, when in fact they were bro- ken. The church is not to be seen or treated as a mu- seum for saints, but as a hospital for those who are struggling with sin in their lives. We do not go to church to be told how great we are, but rather how merciful and loving Jesus Christ is, to come and die upon a cross so that we might not perish in sin, but live in life everlasting through faith in Jesus. In faith we know that Jesus is the Son of God, the Savior of the world, and able to make us right with God. We cannot save ourselves, but need to have faith in Jesus Christ, Why did Jesus come to earth7 1 Timothy l:15b tells that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, Whatever you are struggling with in your life, the church is open for you. We must live in the truth of the gift of forgiveness of sin, found only in Jesus Christ. IT'8 IN THE BIBLE 1-800-967-BIBLE Johnson United Meth- odist Church Rev. Don HIIty Church Phone 4g2.IliS0 SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:30 Worship Hour ...... 10:40 a,m, Youth Meetings .... 5:00 Manter United Methodist Church Wlll Kenyon Paitor SUNDAY', Sunday School ...... 9:45 e,m. Worship Hour ..... 10:50 a.rn, Bethel Church Of The Nazarene 1001111 I. RoIl ;13, Johnlon 10 mille 8outh, 1 mile Welt of Big Bow Ray, Ken Armltrong "The Friendly Singing Country Church" SUNDAY: Sunday School ..... 10:00 e,m, Morning Worship,., 10:45 I,m, Evening Worship .... 7:00 p,m, WEDNESDAY: Young Peoples Service, 7 p.m, Evening Service .... 7:00 3,m St. Bernadette " , Catholic -,. Church Fr. Trong 'rrIn SATURDAY: English Mass ..... 8:15 p.m. Spanish Mass .... 7:30 p,m, This ad Is dedicated to the building of a more spiritual and greater church attendance in Stanton County, It Is paid for by buslnen firms who want, as their only return, to lea more people going to church, The Johnson State Bank Skyland Grain, LLC Stanton County Foods The Johnson Pioneer / /