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p~e. Thursday, Decmuber 5, 1940 The Johnson Pioneer Johnson, ITFYl /' r~ 1 & !"%, buffet. [noon with Mrs. Lucalle Richard] Card of Thanks What the l-'eopleAre Doing oYe: Uf y::: s ;foc 'i=2 =I o g g " " I wish tothank all the people who presidents of the guest clubs re- dames C. H. Beatty, Royce Fiss, helped me and my family while I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Blaekwelder Mrs. Alfrsd Nail and Mr. and Mrs. sponded, Mrs. Alfred Ward, sr., for I Alfred Nal!, O rin_.No.rton, W. R. was bedfast with rheumatism. ~-,~,~ ~,,~,~r ~,~*~ ~e ~ ~ Mrs : Wes ~Its Ladies Progressive, Mrs. Harold f ~'uyear, w. ~. I~OrlCK, ~-orrest Elmer Martin ....... ~'~'~" ~' ................... * * Smith for Mothers and Miss Ernes- Walker and Elmer Martin. M. E. Craig Sunday evening, i o o ---~ "~"~'- ~'~" " Offl~l~ '" tine Peery for Cosmos. I The Largest Post Office Buy your Christmas presents at ffla~.lis l~iec~ u .... Mrs. Josserand gave a brief re- 10 Attend Homemakers The largest post office is in Chi- bazaar auction Saturda evening It . Tne dOl~nson ~aasomc m~ge view of the origin of the club whenI ~t~..:~ ~^_~:..~. cago. Y " elected th~ following officers for the ten women met December 3 1930 ~[~ ivat~uu~ For consistent savings and low.~.r prices shop at Maricles. next year: master, Wilbur Bl~tc~- welder; se~ mr warden R. E. Friend junior v,a~den. A. M. Nail; secre- to form a study club. They sought The Homemakers unit met Tues- a name that was different and un- day afternoon at the home of nlrs. usual Mrs. Ula Vertrees, a student lHenry Reynolds. Mrs. Felix Edmis- Mr .and Mrs. Geor-'-'--ge Blackwelder tary, IR J Sl~etlar; treasu-e.', Law of Latin este" Helluo Libror~sn was elected home a~d com- uIn WnlCn means aevour OI DOOKS. ' " ' of Florence, Colo., and Mr. and s, n Tuck:r. The fc*,rwmg ,~icers _. ,sugg ~ . - --I munity chairman Mrs Chas Vln- ............. e lger was elected 4-H sponsor. :Mrs. Ber~ Black~elder of Callfor- we:e ~_poin~ed: ser.i~r d~con. \V. in tne ten years oz ~ne cmo's nz. , .............. R F'.~y,.~r; iunior d."~: '~. t'harlcs it has lost twenty-one members by Mrs. M. E. Craig gave a short nia visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Curtis; ~p.~ior stewart, :t~i~ York: migration and one by death Mrs report on the state Farm Bureau :Bla~ckwelder Wednesday of last j,mm ,~cv, a~d, H. ,:. ~, ~'.~.. lvlcr Bess St Aubyn. April 5, 1931, the[ meeting at Pratt. Mrs. Clara week. dt s.~ I .~:/,L. club became federated. In March I Friend conducted the lesson on -[]:c ~'~asonic lodge ~u,t ~nstern 1932, it sponsored organization of! "Homemaker's outlook on Life.". Ytr. Maugh, the Eye Specialist, will Star rb. Fie~ will ho~.t j "',~t in~tal- a ~unior clu v " v " I She had each member take part in b, Merr Maids ~ hmh be in Syracuse at the Ameer hotel".~tion D ,tmber 19 t --iAct the later became the Cosmos a senior presenting the lesson. Mrs. Clarence mex Monday, December 16. It p a.~.hc is invited, club ' ] Winger told how to make a sleew~ ~e o Largest s~lectionof Christmas Daughters of the hostess club board for the ironing board. candy at Marlcles tf Honors Husband provided musical numbers, Geral- Those present were Mrs. Craig, -- I On His Birthday dine Farrar and her mother played! Mrs. Edmisson, Mrs. Friend, Mr;~. a piano duet, Miss Maxine Tuckeri Clarence Winger, Mrs. Chas. Win- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ecclestont Mrs Orville Barber entertained played a tuba solo and Miss YvonneI ger, Mrs. W. R. Puyear, Mrs. A1- spent Slinday afternoon at the let a surprise birthday dinner hon- llome of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lane. J oring Mr. Barber Sunday. Others York sang a solo, ! fred Ramsay, Mrs. Kenneth Shep- -------- present were Mr. and Mrs. Linnie Mrs. R. H. Trostle reviewed theI herd and Mrs. Earl Ford. Annual Aid bazaar and supper lVeach and family of Syracuse and book "All this and Heaven, Too." The next meeting will be Janu- ~t Methodist church 6 p.m. Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barber. Hostesses were Mesdames C)liel ary 14 at the home of Mrs. Ray ~. Chicken supper 25c. I Cockreham, E. M, Farrar. RoyceI Trostle. I Fiss, O. E Josserand Homer Rich "-----'-- Women Put Finishing ard, R. J. Shetlar, J. R. Streeter, R]- See the newest in brders and Tuches n Baza~tr Articles l H" Trstle Lawsn Tucker' H O" W tAd ~ttCk suppTles. Collingwoods ............ Wales and G Y York Guests were i I ne W. S. C S. nan* an m, aay~ " an S Mesdames W E Blackwelder J [ Mr. and Mrs, R. J. Shetlar re-[ meeting at the home of Mrs. Ver-I .... Cockrum Warren Conn J W I turned home Thursday of last week na Jones Thursday of last week. I , WANTED--To Rent farm land. -- ^ ..... .i .~,. m .... ~ .......... a~ Dimitt J E Eccleston Elam Hilty Box 32, Johnson, Kansas. ltp after a trip to Wichita and Chero- .............. v ......... i ' ", " ' ' [~t nV::n. The women finished their~ Clara Friend. Orval Lane, It. L. kee, Ok., for Thanksgiving. quilt and embroidered articles for McCray, Fred Raney, Buell Scott, "" the bazaar. Those present were H. L. Tucker. Forrest Walker, A1- Mrs, Carrie Moore went to Syra Mrs. Maude Edmisson. Mrs. Al- fred Ward. sr. J. N. Bemmhamp, cuse Thursday of last week and fred Ramsay, Mrs, Hettie Jones, Hettie Jones F. L. Arnold. L. As- this week started working for Mr. Mrs Orval Lane, Mrs. W. E White. plin. Cecil Cave. Herman Cockre- and Mrs, Dick Dolling,. Mrs. Buell Scott. Mrs. Warren Conn ham. Felix Edimsson. Raymond Frmnd Paul Plummer J A Ram Mrs. Floyd Arnold, Mrs, Glenn Arn- " .... - TeXas grape fruit, best of thgiold Mrs O E Josserand Mrs M say, Oscar Shepard Harold Smith: season now at Maxicles tf E 'Crai' ~hs" " " ' " " Darius Cockrum Bonnie Gay Don- ~. g, . Fo~d, Mrs. J, W. ' , "--'-" [ Dimitt. Mrs. Kenneth Shepard, Mrs. ~d1 Hess, Laurence Seyb, H. O.' Machine hemstitching. Mrs. S. S. ] Elam Hilty Mrs Esther Shepard es. and Misses Marjorie Brown- Welch, Sublette It ' r "" and Mrs. Martin Hess. lee, Nine Dimitt ~rnestine Peery, I The next meeting will be a Evelyn Winger, Erma Henthorn, ~Delieious chicken supper served I Christ. mrs party at the hom~- ~ Gwen Hunt, ~ubv Oser, Yvonne at church Saturday evening, come ' Mrs. O. E. Josserand December 19 York, Maxine Tucker, Geraldine I with Mrs. M. E. Craig co-hostess. Farrar. Find out about the new Farmall A ift " * * * I g exchange will be conducted. before you buy any tractor. Colling- Every woman is invited. I Husbands Like Pleasant woo~ Misses Nina Dimitt and Ernes- ti~e Perry were guests of Miss Iola Carrithers at Syracuse Sunday. Dr. Maugh, the Eye Specialist, will be in Syracuse at the Amest hotel next Monday, December 16. It Save on all kinds of filter ele- ments for cars, trucks and t~rac- tore. Collin~cco0d~ at Ingalls Sun- Barber ~e Sunday. The only pound loaf of bread in town for six cents at Marlcles ]Bazaar and supper at Methodist Dec. 14. It W. E. White and sons and Mrs. Charles Bradley and children ~alled on Mrs, W. R. Puyear and ~lflldren Sunday afternoon. Befor~ you buy tractor tires see Colli gw0ods. Mr. and Mrs. Verna Jones, Mr. and Mrs, Orval Lane, Mrs. Hettie Jones, Mrs. Buell Scott and Mrs. Wilbur" Blackwelder were in Dodge City Friday. Mrs. O.' E. J~eraad and son, : C::c:I: Hour Club Dinners 3 Absence The Pleasant Hour club had an 4-H Club Membership all day meeting at the home of The Big Bow Sunshine 4-H club Mrs. Marvin Merrill Thursday, of held their regular monthly meeting last week. The husbands were pre- at the Big Bow school house Mort- sent for a covered dish dinner at day night, December9, with nine- noon Those present were Mr. and teen members present. Five mere- Mrs. Jim Floyd and family, Mr. and bers wer initiated, they were Max- Mrs. Chas. Winger and family, Mr. ine Pearee, Beulah Malone, Rav l and Mrs. Clarence Winger and Molz and Merle and Rose Milburn. I family, Mr. and Mrs. S. Oliver ar, d It was decided that if any mere-I family. Mrs. Homer Richard at- ber missed three meetings in suc-i tended in the afternoon. cession they are automatically drop-I Mrs. Oliver will entertain the ped from the club unless they have club December 19. a very good reason. " * " * Pauline Pearce and Rose Milburn Club Members Hostesses demonstrated preparation of an in- At Mitchell School House valid's tray Pauline and Ralph The Mitchell Community club en- Pearce played mandolin and guitar tertained at a "hobo supper" and duet. Lester Bullock talked aboutI party at the Michell school house l a~ trip to the 4-H camp and Carl Lucas gave a demonstraion tnl Friday night. Weiners and buns, l doughnuts and coffee were served making a rope halter. Recreation for supper. After group singing was led by Betty Eyman. the men and women matchel wits Johnson, Kansas FRIDAY -- SATURDAY Lew Ayres, Rita Johnson in The Golden Fleecing SUNDAY --- MONDAY Ray Milland, A. Tamiroff Patricia Morison in UNTAMED A Picture of the North in Technicolor Here is more good news for you! THE TREATS ARE ON US Again, on next Tuesday, December 17th at 10 A. M., 2 p. m. and 4 p. m., the NOLAN MOTOR COMPANY GARDEN CITY invites you to see a swell show AT THE STATE THEATRE in Garden City, absolutely free. No obligation whatever! No advertising! It is a swell Hollywood production. A complete two hour show. Members present were Betty, Katherine and Darlene Long, James and Mabel Malone, Charles and Mary Jane Lueas. Ralph and Lar- ry Pearee, Lester and ~lbert Bul- lock, Theodore Julian, LeRoy Molz, Robert Foresman, eBtty and Jo Anne Eyman, Pauline Pearee. Lead- ers present were Mrs. R. P, Dot- zour and B. N. Eyman. Visitors present were Ralph DeSelms, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Pearce, Carl Lucas I-Iarl Milburn, M. P. Molz and Mrs. Bullock. U Helluo Ltbrorum Club Celebrates 10th Anniversary The silver anniversary of the Hel- fun Llbrorum club was celebrated Tuesday evening when the club en- tertained members of the other fed- er&ted clubs of Johnson at the Methodist church. Three charter members of the club were present, Mrs. O; E. Joa~erand, Mrs. Law- ~on Tucker and Mrs. J. R. Streeter. buffet luncheon in several contests, the last being a spelling bee in which each con- testant spelled for points. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stone and son, Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Raney and chil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Leighty Mr. and Mrs. Fred aRney and chil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Raney and and children Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shepherd E. H. Tallman and daugh- ter, Eras, Mr, and Mrs. M. E. Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lewis and daughter, Mrs. Carl Lane and Mrs. A. R. Hobson, Wayne Shields. o o a Wilson Hostess We lnesday Nite Club Mrs, C. E. Wilson entertained the : "adnesday Nite card club Wednes- , ~y evening of last week, Those "~sent were Mr. and Mrs. Eln~r "mdrick, Mr. and Mrs. Alfre~I ',.rd, st., Mr. and Mrs. Forrest " /Mker, Mr. and Mrs. Verna Jones, 7' and Mrs. Carl Lane, Mr. and ":s. W. D. Rorick, Mr. and Mrs. " rman Cockrsham and Jim Lane. :)lly Dozen Club ~r~. Ray Darst was hostess to the Jolly D0~n .~ub Friday after- Free tickets are yours for the asking. You may pro- cure them at the NOLAN MOTOR COMPANY, or from any of their representatives. You'll see a "SWELL" SHOW. It'll make your Ch : mas shopping more enjoyable---Just ask for your free tickets, for each member, of your family. 0 A Merry Christmas to You An~ ment Cons, has State case~ the i: ment Ra i ties i have court an e age prog~ ,~!.:} for be b~ of c] acre at ~ 'i~?.~i Cou~ 1940 i~ for( for ~our