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October 7, 2004

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Weather ; _Happiness Coolel Fall Weather The Markets Skyland: Wheat 2.97/bu. MIIo 3.11/cwt, Corn 2.12/bu. Soybeans 4.66/bu. Sunflowers 9.90/cwt. High Low Moist. 27 78 59 2a 62 55 .50 29 76 55 81 55 ,1 61 48 , t 74 40 , a 80 46 e accumu- of moisture and 6.3 J "The rural people too, must have a voice and to this proposition we dedicate ourselves." Stanton County For Over 100 Years Box 10, Johnson, KS 67855 (620) 492-6244 65 per copy No. 41 - Thursday, Oct. 7, 2004 - 12 Pages arning MEMORIAL LIVING C EN q'P : :R official ceremony of laying the comerstone of the new Memorial Living Center in Kansas will be held Saturday, October 9, 2004, at 4:30 p.m. Allen Hurlburt, Grand of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of Kansas and his state officers will be luct the Corm)r Stone Ceremony. The public is cordially Invited to the spa- event. Gather st the north east entrance, of tbhe Memorial Living Center for the Corner ceremony. Tour guides will be Chuck Bonner awaits to answer any questions, as onl browse a collection of by andhis fsmit on his= o| mun WORKDAY SET CHRISTMAS TREE AUCTION NEARS will be hosting a come and go work The museum is planning a new fund-raiser for this working on memory books or scrapbooks, holiday season. We are asking clubs, businesses and have a project you are working on or just want individuals to decorate a Christmas tree for a fund- getting started, join raising auction for the museum. The auction will be 5:30 to 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9th at held on Sunday, Dec. 5th. If you are interested in You don't have to be working on a mu- helping with this project, please call the museum at related project to join us for this get-together. 492-1526 for more information. We will also accept not the following time change: the time for wreaths and other handmade Christmas decorations Work session has been changed from 4:00- 10:00 for the auction. The museum has a limited supply of . to 5:30 to 10:00 p.m. to allow those who want various sizes of trees if a group would need one to the cornerstone laying at the new assisted decorate. MEMORIAL FUND ESTABLISHED A memorial fund has been established for Collin COLLAGES AT THE MUSEUM and Kylie Backer. Funds may be left at the Johnson pages are one of the hottest new trends in State Bank in Johnson or the Grant County Bank in books and scrapbooking. Join us at the mu- Ulysses. on Monday, Oct. 11 th at 7:00 p.m. when Karen HUNTER SAFETY COURSE OFFERED will be demonstrating collage techniques. Anyone born on or after July, 1957 must success- Program is open to thepublic. You are welcome fully complete a certified hunter education course in materials with you and work on your own order to purchase a hunting license or hunt, except on land they own. A hunter safety course will be of- KIDS PROGRAM OFFERED fared at the Stanton County Fire Department, 307 S. Saturday, Oct. 2nd the Stanton County Museum a fossil program presented by Chuck Bonner and Barbara Shelton, owners and operators of the KeyStone Gallery, a fossil museum/art gallery. Living in the heart of the Kansas Cretaceous badlands of West- ern Kansas, has enabled Chuck to give fellow enthusiasts an excellent program on fossils and fossil hunting of western Kansas. Museum Program Shows Photo Restoration "Bikes For Kids" program is now accepting Nipp on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 30 and 3 I. Hours Iions. The goal of "Bikes for Kids" is to al- for Saturday will be from 8:30 a.m.- 12:00 noon and ,ry child in Stanton County to own their own 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. and on Sunday from 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. in good condition. This program will donate For more information contact Mike Roark at 492- s to children in low income families who are 6893. WOMEN INVITED TO SIMULCAST I of a good quality bicycle. If you are inter- . . . and think your child $1ualifies for this program, Wed a nr:l eF;;loi :ht thai Fields Memorial. Stop by Stanton County, Recreation office at Y p Ha on Saturday, Nov 13 for a live national simulcast entitled "THRIVE!" Weaver andsToNE CEREMONYfill outa short applicatiOn.sET RegistratlnOn rillm g 3n at 7:15 a.m. with the simul- ficial ceremony of laying the cornerstone of cast run " g : a.m. to 4:00 p.m. A breakfast Memorial Living Center in Johnson will be snack, lunch and refreshments are included in the Oct. 9 at 4:30 p.m. The public is cot- price of the tickets. For tickets or more information o the special event. Tours will be avail- contact the Wesleyan Church Office at 492-2480 be- Tuesday, Sept. 28th Donnle Morgan held a very informative program st the Stsnton County Museum for anyone interested in restoring photogr.apns...D. , nle brought several examples 4:00 - 4:30 p.m. and after the comer stone tween 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Register early tickets and also included informstlon about different klnas of digits| print papers that are being limited. , CHILDREN S MAGAZINES NEEDED used today and the restorative qualities of eacn. ' DRAWING AIDS NEWELL'S Stanton County Recreation is in need of old copies raiser is now underway for Joyce of children's magazines for an after school project. medical expenses. Tickets are available for Please drop them off at the library of recreation of- l ng, for the final two, one quarter beef bundles rice. II away. One at each of the following home ALZItEIMERS SUPPORT GROUP TO MEET October I and 8. For more informa- The local Alzheimers Support Group will meet contact the Stanton County Hospital at Tuesday, October 12, 5:00 p.m. in the activity room --National 4- H Week is meeting is scheduled for one interested in joining questions please call the County Extension Office at 492- at the Stanton County Long Term Care Unit. October 4th thru 8th! Monday, October 25th, the Master Go-Getters Stanton County E l ej0_: available at the Stanton County Ex- COMMODITIES TO BE DISTRIBUTED October is the month 2004 at 7:00 p.m. at the Club contact Michelesion Office at 492-224Q. Recreation Office, Hospital and The USDA commodities of orange juice, dried cherries, for new members to join 4-H Building at theFiggins at 493-3063 or Some of the Non- tra- Pioneer. peanut butter, potato flakes, raisins, and frozen and old members to en- Southeast edge of town. Extension Office 492- ditionai (do not have to RECORD A BOOK FOR A CHILD peaches will be distributed Friday, Oct. 8 from 9:30 roll in their projects. Leaders are: Julie 2240. be a full-time 4-H mere- Record a Book for a Child is the title of an to 10:30 a.m, at the First United Methodist Church, have tWO clubs in Edmisson, 492-2528 and Any child 7- 19 years bar to participate) pro- special presentation at the Stanton County 202 South Nipp, Johnson. Please bring your 2004 LoriOverturf,492-1391. of age is eligible to en- grams we will be offer- Author Nina Sipes will be the pre- commodity card or proof of income for 2004 to re- Sunflower 4-H Club ., Manter Go-Getters roll and needs to fill out ing are: Ceramics, Gar- .OCt. 14 at the Library. Freebaby- calved these commodities. Please bring your own which meets in Johnson Club which meets inan enrollment cord and dening, Clothing Tax- Provided. For more information contact the sack or box. Commodities will be given on a first every third Monday of Manter at the Manter join the club of your tiles, and Shooting )0or492-2302. comefwstse ebasis, the month. The'ne'xt Methodist Church. Any choice. If you have any Sports.