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JOHNSON, KS 67855 Sharon Hendricks, MSN, CNM I FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER [ CERTIFIED NURSEMIDWIFE Providing comprehensive Obstetric / Gyne- Cology care; full scope Midwifery services including prenatal visits and "hands-on" assistance during Labor &Delivery, post- partum support with expanded newborn and primary care; Maternal/Child Services that include annual exams, birth control, minor gynecological services, pediatric health and childbirth classes. r ll r Variety of insurances accepted- including Colorado and Kansas Medicaid and Medicare. PROWERS MEDICAL GROUP Providing MEDICAL CARE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY at the following locations: {OLLY MEDICAL CLINIC LAMAR WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER 410 West Colorado 405 Kendall Drive (719) 537-6642 (719) 336-3179 314 N. PARK 101 8. Chestnut 8treat. Potential Investment op- portunity for rental prop- erty. Price reduced to $1e,5oo. You're Invited To Join Us Wednesday, June 1$ 4:00 - 6:30 p.m. at the Rusty Bucket For An Matt Canny Agent Open House Featuring Uppercase Living THE JOHNSON PIONEER Thursday June !0, 20!1 Page 9 :ross was June 8 for a summer blood drive. The drive was held at the Stanton County 4-H Building. As usual the donors were treated to Juice, cookies and sandwiches following their donation. The need for blood is at a all time high during the sum- mer with more accidents and now with the horrlflc storms throughout Kansas and the rest of the U.S. Celebrating Home NEW LISTING: 106 N. Cooper Street- Perfect Starter Home or Investment Opportunityl 2 bedroom, 1 bath on nice size lot. t 509 W, Logan Ave. 3 bedroom, 1 3/ 4 bath. New carpet and lots of up- dates. New roofing. Attached ga- rage. Brand Ne.w Appliances In- cluded. Ready to move intol Very cutel "11 bet we canff see our webslte www.thecanny A IloheUe |nny gent, Auctioneer Mary Canny Agent Now Is the time to register your adult softball teamsl Insight From ge 8 rectly to the north of the din- her table. Bob had purposely positioned the tall water tow- ers at this location as a point of interest for their guests. Throughout the evening the Mertzs provided a running commentary for guests inter- ested in learning more about their food and farming and ranching. Many of the guests enjoyed the party so much they vowed to attend the next "Feast of the Fields." And the Mertz fam- ily relishes the idea of Mary's dream becoming a reality. "I couldn't be more pleased with the turnout," Mary said. "So many people, so much interest in coming to some- thing like this and their will- ingness to come to dinner out in a corn field. I can't think of a better setting." John Schlageck is a leading commentator on agriculture and rural Kansas. Born and ratsea ona atverstj elzya m m northwestern Kansas, hts writing reflects a lifetime of experience, knowledge and passion. 5 ,492.18 ;5