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Johnson , Kansas
December 5, 1940     The Johnson Pioneer
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December 5, 1940

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The Johnson Pioneer ,lohnson, Kaasas h Are Doing ao , ao,,,,t y oo. e were business callers in Garden luncheon will be served at the noon len, Mrs. W. E. Blackwelder, Mr. City Saturday. hour. All women interested axe and Mrs. Cecil Cave and Eugene ~. mad Mrs, Fred Catd Johnson on business Tues- Fred Shore was in Ulysses Sat- cordially invited to attend. It is and Elaine. urday. , hoped a good number will attend After supper the regular chapter ~y O~ Boise City, OIL, were|day. , B.N. Eyman and Jo Anne took as the women are anxious to finishmeeting was held. ~lsiting Johnson friends Sunday, t ~ Miss Beulah Eyman to Sublette the quilt in time for the bazaar. The next meeting will be Decem- ] Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tucker and Sunday. * " her 12 with election of officers and , $t: B. Cave. :section foreman on ] family and Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Pauline Pearce visited Mable Ms- Miss Brownlee Entertains obligation night. | the Santa' Fe railroad"~ was tran~ [ Gray were dinner guests of Mr. and lone Sunday. fered ~0m Jol~nson to Sata~ta. He ] Mrs. Wilbur Blackwelder Thanks- ~ Luther Pearce and daughter, Cosmos Club Members -- '' 'VOI left for that point Sunday to take [ giving day. Pauline and Maxine, were Thanks- Miss Marjorie Brownlee was boa-' . 2_ : _ ~n~er his new duties. [ ~ l giving guests at the James Ford tess to the Cosmos club Monday in at the home of Mrs. H O. VCales. :[dpa ..m A | " ] Mrs, J. L. Webb became ill withlhme in Ulysses. Miss Erma Henthorn gave a report ~j~ou~we~ ] : Gr~ A number of people from John- j influenza Sunday and has been un-I Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Molz and attended quarterly conference ] able to help at the resturant. [family returned home from Wiu-I n "Art in the Home." Mrs. Wales I ~-= I U~ at the :Methodist church in Manter [ -- ifleld where they had spent the va-] displayed articles decorated with I Thea~r i 1 Sunday night, The Rev, Delllnger, [ Save on all kinds Of filter ele-lCatin visiting relatives. ~ i Swedish weaving, i| [ 1 ~et superintendent preached. I meats for cars, trucks and brac-] Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Aller called[ Those present were Misses Nin-u;, ] Johnson, Kansas I m i ,ors- Collln~woods. Ion Mr. and Mrs. Leo Foresman ardiDimitt, Ernestine Peary, Thelm:t!| ~ Th[ M.*~$. Maggie Le gh of Grant Coun- ] ~ , [ family Sunday afternoon, i Paterson. Evelyn Winger, Leah ! | IPRIDAV .qA,'mr'rRn~v [ The H. S. Eymans are driving at Spitze, Erma Henthorn, Gwen Hunt, '| .... ~.~. ~'~. .... ~ ..... | ty ~Ited over the week end at~ Elmer Martin is bedfast with ira- new 1941 Plymouth. Ruby Oser and Mesdames Benny | Brian ~onvely ] ~-~ the home of Mrs, Clara Friend. ] flamatory rheumatism, Esther Goertzen and Anna Mayi Gay, M. V. Hess, Donald Hess, Laur- [Akim Tamiroff ] ]~1'~ and Mrs, Howard Mackay [ Mrs. J. R. Streeter ente~%ained Harms visited the Ramey girls Sun-I ence Seyb, Harold Wales and Darius | in ] ~ I I the home of Mrm Mackey's parents, } mond Friend, LeRoy Cross, M. E. ! Betty Jeane Long was absent i * * * *" * h re i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wartman,[Eyman and Clay Williams at din-Ifrm high school Monday because'~'2 Attend O E S T e G at McG nty ( Who l!ve near Pierceville. i net Monday. of illness, i Thanksgiving Supper | SUNDAY --- MONDAY [ Sat Mrs. J. L, Foresman and Deane Thirty-two Eastern Star members | . | will s Mr. and Mrs, Charles Bradley and[{ Texas grape fruit best of thc~ and Mrs. Rose Crevitson visited ati and guests attended the O. E. S. [ Henry Fonda [ way ~family ate Thanksgiving dinner at season now at Maricles tf the Ramey home Thanksgiving. iThanksgiving supper at the court | l open home of Mrs. Eva Shellenber-[ -- I i house Thursday night. Those pres- ~ in | grave ~g~.r and daughter, Mrs. Jones. I Mr. and Mrs. Buell Scott and her l] .......... eat for the supper were Mr. and | Th R turn of I Th~ ! mother, Mrs. Nannie Hechathorn, t Pi grhn Holiness Churc.h . Mrs. Lawson Tucker and Patty and ] e e I ed tt The only pound loaf of bread in [ spent Thanksgiving day at theI Lily Ann, Mr. and Mrs. R. Trostle [ ]~--~..-I_ T .... I They for six cents at Maricles t home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard, The special services which begani and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J __f~lLlllk J~tlilU~ ] place ]Brehm at Lakin. I last Sunday are being enjoyed by l Plummer and Sammy. Mr. and Mrs. I ...... | ~[artha Saunders returnedt _ those' who have attended. * II Harold Wales, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. iI 'me sequel to Jesse damgs | ado Sunday afternoon to] Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wales were The Rev. R. C. Stalcup, evangel- i Craig' Mr. and Mrs. H. L, McOray'[ in Technicolor | ~er school work after spend- ] dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.I ist, is preaching the gospel without and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Nor- i ' vacation period with her I FI. Trostle Thanksgiving d~y. I fear or favor. The more you hear~ ton, Mr. and Mrs. John Wartman I Mrs, Laura Saunders. I ' t him, the more you will want to l ] Cecil Cave attended an Electro-I hear. ' - ev= and Mrs. W. A. Corm ~ ltLx meeting in Dodge City Tuesday.! His messages are not new, for Led Thursday evening with i he preaches the old time ,gospel, sgiving dinner, Those pres-t Largest selection of Christmast yet they are modern as tomorrow, Mr. and Mrs. Orval Lane, lcandy at Mariclestf: for they exactly fit you and me Mrs. Verna Jones, Mr. and [ -- i today. There is variety enough for iest:~n and Mrs. Ec- and sister from Donald Gents er came from Cim- Mrs. Charles Bradley were in Syracuse Satur- tractor tires see the new Farmall tractor. Coiling- See the newest In brooders and spice, truth enough to make one think comfort enough to cheer, I strength enough to encourage, heat chick supplies. Collingwoods. For consistent savings and low~r prices shop at Maricles. Mrs. Forrest Walker and Mrs. W. D. Rorick were in Ulysses Tues- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dimitt and family, Mrs. A. E. Bradley and Mrs. Victor Dimitt were guests, of Mrs. Grace Dimitt Of Garden City for Thanksgiving dinner. Miss -.urrel Posey and Milton Graber attended the wedding of his brother, Fred, at Moundridge, Kas., Thanksgiving day. enough to warm, promise enough to hold you and love enough to at- trac~ you. You will go away say- ing "I never heard anything like that." Remember these services are each night at 7:30 this week and next. If you are not a regular ~t- tendant at Sunday school elsewhere we invite you to come study with us at 10 o'clock each Sunday morn- ing. When you hear our church bell it is ringing out our invitation for you to come to church. Clifford Conard, Pastor Many Children Get Free Corm ]Immunization Shots meet_1 Mrs. Alfred Ward, jr., is ill at the] evening. I home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs.| (Continued from page one) ]W. Di Rorick. Mrs. Don Weaver isI today between 3 and 4 o'clock, at :Nlna Malone and son, Al-~ teach ng her school, Lone Star. Mrs.1 Johnson Friday between 2:30 and nd Miss Jessie Drake [Weaver started substituting Mon- 4 and at, Manter Monday between 'visited Mr. ~d Mrs. lday of last week. 13 and 4 o'clock. , Mrs. Malon.~ Is Mr. l ~ -'--- ] A grade school health clinic will Other guest~ of Mr Ir~- ~r~ ~r~ ...... be held in the Methodist church i er for Sunda~r dinner l Ig l~OW l)IS[rlc~ IN ews in Johnson December 11, 12,1o, Miss Mrs.Fortes| Walker I Ross announced. Dr. Wright and Dr. George Coffee of Ulysses will be in charge. This clinic will cover both physical and dental examina- tions. Teachers of the county have been notified of the schedule and each school will come to the clinic at a specified time. The clinic will! be for all grade school children of the county. Sub~cribe now for Tha Pioneer .Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Molz and family attended the vtrIBW Kan- urned Friday sas Roundup at Arkansas City Sat- Thanks- Urday evening. d~r With her mother and Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. at Ransom. and Mrs. Ralph Long and family Syracuse with included Mr. and Mrs. A. 1~. An- and Mrs. Chat derson and son, Andrew, Mrs. Lonie there for the af- Wilson and Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. ..., Bob Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Wilson and John Wilson. Helnlen is in Can- Misses Juanita and Joyoe Eyman few dgys visited Maxine Pearce Saturday af- I. Verneternoon. Dorothy Milburn spent Thanks- -- giving day at the C, L. Pearce underwent an home. I __~..~ ~:~7~=__ the Elk- Mr. and Mrs, Ramey and son ~~n ~,'~""--~ Her Lon LeRoy, were in Big Bow Sat- te stay- urday afternoon. Odd Fellows at Dinner week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Malone and Members of the Rebekah lodge family and Raymond Milburn spent will entertain their husbands and an Thanksgiving day In Hugoton. Lhe members of the Odd Fellow Mrs, Claude Pearce nad ''dge and their wives at a turkey ~atherlne hos- ' visited Mr. and Mrs. Harl dinner at the court house Friday Monday eve- and family Frlda~. .-:ght, December 13. Dinner will be MIss ]~eulah EyTnan and B, N.I,, ,xved at 6 o clock and be over in Eyman were guests at the M. E.I *'me to allow anyone who desires ~an home for Thanksgiving din- ; ~ ~ attend the basketball game at ner~ . I "~e high school. Committees N~ 4 was in Johnson '~d 5 will have charge of the din- " ~.r. All Rebekahs are to take a '-v,ered dish unless notified difo :.zent by the oommlttee& I1| Good News for you and you and YOU! ! It means a free show to help you enjoy your Christmas Shopping ! The Treats Are on Us We invite you to do at least a part of your Christmas hopping in Garden City--and while you are here, see a swell show on us---AT THE STATE THEATRE--a real Hollywood Production. No Advertising. , Bh Free tickets are available at the NOLAN MOTOR COMPANY, or from any representative of it---THEY COST YOU NOTHINg--Simply yours for the asking. ON EACH TUESDAY until Christmas, on December 10th, December 17th and December 24th, at 10 A. M., 2 P. M. and 4 P. M. A different show each week. You'll see a "SWELL" SHOW. It'll make your CKrlst- mas shopping more enjoyable---Just ask for your free tickets, for each members of your family. A Merry Christmas to You