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Thursday, December 5, 1940 im The Trojanite Janice Lane ................ Editors Assistant editor Bessie Gone Farrar Assistant editor., Maxine Tucker Sports Editor ...... Bob Martin Comic Editor ........ Jack Kreie Reporters, Class Freshman ...... Howard Maekey Sophomore ......... Polly Ramey C }NTES NOW ON come in for FREE ENTFIYI Junior ............... Janice Lane Senior .......... Floras Newland The speech class is having a .i . , , Sunday Church School Johnson 10 a.m. Manter 11 a.m. Morning Worship Johnson 11 a.m. Manter 10 a.m. Epworth League Johnson 7; Manter 7:30 Junior Leag ue, Johnson 6:30. Manter 7:30 Evenring worship . Manter 8 p.m. Warrefi A. Corm, Pastor series of debates. The first one was Big Bow Pilgrim Holiness resolved "U. S. should help Great Britian in every possible way ex- cept by sending soldiers to fight in[ Interest in our current revivM the European War." Kenneth Scott has been wide spread. Interested and Glenn Tucker was the affirma-,persons have been coming from as tive and Junior Norton and La- far as 40 and some nearly 50 miles volta Ramey was on the negative. away. The messages of our evan- The affirmative gave more points gelist. The Rev. W. Lloyd Smith, have been very inspirational. The according to the judges. : revival closes Sunday, December 8. The second one was resolved. The Johnson Pioneer i Bomb Inventor "Newspapers more toward educating than books" Wes Felts and Della Smoot were on the affirmative and Ivan Josser- and and Maxine Tucker were on the negative. The third one was resolved "Rail- roads contribute more to the pro- gress of the United States than other vehicles." Tom Winger and LaVe~e Roark were on the affir- mative and Paul Plummer was on the negative. The fourth one will be resolved "Air force is more effective in bat- tle than a large mechanized army." Phil Jones and Harvey Correll were on the affirmative and Floris New- , the home of his parents. Mr. and /in and Lula Eyman were on the lMrs' Mike Buhrer. negative. "[ Mr. and Mrs Les Buhrer and son spent Thursday evening at the Hale Johnson goes to Kendoll to- home. morrow night. Let's all plan to go Sunday dinner guests at the C. and give the boys a boost. Richfield D. Weaver home were Mr. and Mrs. came up for a practice game Tues- J Emery DeSelms and children and day afternoon. The score was 20-40 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Weaver. Tht~ in our favor, was honoring the birthdays of Mr. I DeSetms and Mrs. Edna In shops the boys have finishedand C. D. Weaver. some nice projects. Charles Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ward are and Milton Julian completed endstaying at the Hatderman home tables and Andy Anderson made a l while Mrs. Halderman is visiting nice wardrobe and Wesley Lewis an oak hall tree. Antonio Pannutte of Warren. Ohio, inventor of a new bomb [hat can be guide~, to the target by r,~:V~ from the plane that drops it. It h:~,: ~ i~gs and magazines do so we urge you to come and enioyand a rudder. these few remaining services. Mr. -- ............... Smith is also an unusual pianist, were in Syracuse Sa~'U-i~ We welcome yo~u to our Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Shaffener and school next Sunday morning at 10 daughter of Campo, Colo.. visi~:,z o'clock, her sister Mr. nd Mrs. Milton Bur- Robert E. Hahn. minister, nett and family Sunday. Buck Kennedy and Miss Helen Pizel visited' at the Glen Arnold Sherwood District home Sun4ay. They all attended church in Maner Sunday night. The Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr. and ~Vlrs, Don Weaver and cf Mr and Mrs. Hal Hale were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Weaver spent Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Curtis and ,Thanksgiving dy at the Charley children and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Weaver home. Sipes and son. Mr, and Mrs. Charley Lewrence Mr. and Mrs. Mikey Buhrer and are driving a '34 Chevrolet. children spent Thanksgiving day at Mrs, Milton Burnett and children and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Weaver visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewrence ~ Saunders Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hale and chil- dren were in Sounders Monday. The Almena Plaindealer speaks of a "well knit organization," but lnot of the same outfit that O1' Elm- er of the American Legion recalls whose members in a certain place in dear old France once tried to put on the sweaters, socks, etc., turned out by the ladies back home. The season ticket campaign stal~- ed Tuesday. The high school and grade school season tickets will be 65 cents. Adults will be $1.75. There will be eight home games, our first one is with Deerfleld December J3. Mary Jane Lucas was chosen as the freshman and senior candidate. Della Smoot represents the juniors and sophomores. In commercial law we have been studying negotiable instruments. The business arithmetic class have been studying utilities. Typing students are coming up in the words per minute. The science class has been stuy- ing the solar system. Let's not let this topic make star gazers out of US. her sister. Edd McKee is working for J. E. Eccleston this week. Miss Estelle Pearce spent Thank~ giving at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Pearce. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. an:l Mrs. Don Weaver were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sommons and daughter. Southwest Stanton Mr. and Mrs. Charley Weaver l were in Manter Wednesday of last week. Milton Burnett and ehildren~were in Manter Wednesday. A big 1-attle snake was killed by W.J. Pizel north of Manter Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown and Mrs. Charley Lawrence of Soun- ders were in Manter Friday. Mrs. Dale Hale has been ill. Mrs. Amanda Heinlen went to Canon City, Colo., to visit a while with Mrs. Vern Myers. Dale Hale and Forest England Fifteen boys have been picked ~or the basketball teams. They practice every evening at 4 o'clock. The gym class has a chance to make the first fifteen if they get down to work. If they work and get on the first fifteen a player that hasn't been taking interest and practicing will have to go to gym class. The first fifteen are as follows: Phil Jones, Wes Felts, Ivan Jesser- and, Junior Norton, Joe O'Banion, Glenn Tucker, Laverne Roark Jack Kreie. Wendell Tucker, Frank Frier, Kenneth Scott, Theodore Julian, Kenneth Tucker, :Bob Mar- tin, Wesley Lewis. * Methodist Church * We had ~ nice quarterly confer- enoe Sunday night at Manter, I ~i~L {~ , Our advocate list must be in byt emb r16.. you, would lke tol . I i 0OOOOO O00OOO / Johnson. Kansaa i i I, There are some married coup'-es who never seem to be cross at one another. And then, of course, re- marks the Belleville Telescope, there a;e others you get to know better. i-_ ......... FR|E|,94, BU,CK I 43 OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES IN LOMA LEADS NATIONWIDE CONTEST! 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