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More 'Dream Tour' Cycling SCHS Lunch April 24 ---A ril 27 Monday Lasagna Peas Pineapple (continued from page 3) "But the highlight for me is I just can't believe how friendly people are," He said he expected a reaction "like I was from Mars," but has found people very friendly. One man, he noted, in New Mexico drove a number miles to catch up with Hoogenboom to give him a souvenir from Apache Nation there. Then in Texas, he and his wife "got a little lost on the back country road." There a man in a gas company pickup stopped to give him directions, and then chased him down several miles later to correct the erroneous di- rections he had first given him. "The friendliness of all the people we have met has really impressed me." Hoogenboom's progress on his Dream Tour can be followed day-by-day on the Intemet where www.thedreamtour.org is his website which he tries to update daily. Most Major Brands Now Available at Central Fuel & Service, Inc. 100 N. Central 582-2621 Coldwater Garlic Bread Milk Tuesday Oven Fried Chicken Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Broccoli Salad Hot Roll Milk Wednesday Tacos Lettuce/Tomatoes Cheese Corn Jello w/Fruit Milk Thursday Hamburgers French Fries Sliced Tomatoes Dill Slices Pudding Milk Friday Chicken Strips Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Green Beans Hot Roll Milk Wolf Gq Ifers Notch Win by Bob Greer high school, took second place of Meade with 46. I0. Stephen Another win went into the with I 81 total strokes. Third Austin from Ciman'on, also with record books for the South Cen- place went to Greensburg with 46 strokes. A scorecard playoff tral High School varsity squad 190. Other team scoring: broke that 3-way tie. last Thursday, April 13. And 4. Meet-host Meade with 191 Klein and Gardea paced once more the Timberwolvesstrokes. 5. Kinsley 192. 6. The South Central. The other two T- won top honors in the meet by Pawnee Heights-Hanston corn- Wolf golfers whose scores were just a single stroke, bined squad placed sixth with used were Kekoa Mendenhall, This time they won the annual 223 strokes. 7. Cimarron High who placed 12th, and Trevor Meade High School Varsity School 225. g. Fowler High had Sherman who finished 13th. Tournament, with eight high just three players, so wasunable Both carded 46 strokes, but a schools represented in the field, to compete for team honors, scorecard playoffbroke their tic. Meade's golf course is nine Brendon Jantz, Greensburg Their scores were added in the holes, and men's par is 36High senior, was meetmcdalist SCHS team total. strokes. Windy weather again with 41 strokes for nine holes. Senior Ben Murphy placed marred play through much of the Second went to Grant Beohler 15th overall with a score of 48 day. Winds of 20-25 miles an from Ulysses with43. Third was strokes. Senior Chesney Clark hour were almost constant,won byJaredOhsofMeade, also was unplaced but carded 64 The teams played just one with 43 strokes. A scorecard strokes. Their scores were not round. They had intended to play playoff decided that position, used, however, in the totals. around the course twice, but 4. Josh Klein, a junior from But all six Timberwolf play- playing conditions became so South Central, with 44 strokes, ers got team medals, since their daxk that the meet was calledoff 5. Adrian Gardea, anotherSCHS squad was meet champ. The after seven holes of the second senior, also with 44. Their play- event marked only the second round. South Central was lead- off was determined using the time in SCHS golf historythat a ing at the time. scorecard, girl linkster (Clark) had won a Coach Richard Thompson's 6. Tannis Anderson of varsity medal. varsity boys and girls needed Ulysses with 44 strokes. 7. Paul Thursday's event marked the 180 strokes to tour the course. Dees, also of Ulysses, also with second win for the Timberwolf Each team could enter six play- 44. A scorecard playoff broke varsity in two starts so far this ers, but the totals of onlythetop the tie between those two. 8. spring. Last season, the T- four were used in final scores. Alex Reinecke of Greensburg Wolves were all-winning in Ulysses High, a Class 3A with 46.9. Weston Vanderpool regular-season play. h Lazy nin Thursdays 5-9:30 p.m. Fridays 5-9:30 p.m. at North Central Avenue Coldwater 582-2842 Elementary school studentssafety, seatbelt safety, ATV from across this area will learn safety, gun safety, and animal about farm and home safety next safety. week in Ashland. This Progressive Agriculture The coordinators of the Pro- Safety Day is being sponsored gressive Agriculture Safety Day locally by Ashland Feed and being held next Tuesday inSeed, Ashland Feeders, Ashland Ashland believe that parents can Sales Co the Bank of Protec- do more to ensure that farm and tion, Den's Farm Tire Service, household incidents don't be- Howell Insurance, Cimarron come a part of their kids' child- River Outlaws 4-H Club, Clark hood memories. County Feed yard, Home The camp is desigfied to in- Lumber and Supply, Minneola crease children's awareness of a Coop, Farmers Coop, Myatt Fu- wide variety of hazards, as well neral Home, Shaw Feeders. as providing them with hands- Snell Nelson Insurance, Don on training to help themselves or Sport's Lumber, Minneola someone else survive farm inci- Boosters 4-H Club, Coldwater dents and incidents around the Chiropractic, dark CountyFarm house should one occur. Bureau, CS Slaton and Co The camp is being providedStockgrowers State Bank, by the Clark County Conserva- Farmers State Bank of Bucklin, tion District for third and fourth D&B Pharmacy, TRC Ranch, grade children from South Cen- the Comanche Pool, Ashland Wal, Minneola, Fowler, and Ash- Health Center, and Betschart land schools. Livestock. Many local and area commu-Progressive Agriculture nity members are contributing Safety Day is sponsored nation- their knowledge and expertise ally by Bunge North America, to this learning experience. A Farm Plan, Case IH, Kawasaki variety of safety lessons will be Motors Corporation, U.S.A offered including fire safety, Shell Lubricants, Bayer, The lawn safety, electrical safety, Farm Credit System Foundation. grain explosion, first aid, sun Inc Monsanto Co and State safety, kitchen safety, tractor Farm. TIMELY TRUTHS THAT HELP "Taking Time WP, h Jesus" "Let us approach the throne of grace with confidence that we may receive mercy and grace to help us in time of need.' Hebrews 4:16 (NIV) One Bible commentary describes the benefits of this verse in this manner-- Out of the throne of grace flows God's love, help, mercy, forgiveness, and spiritual power. All that we need under any circumstance of life. Barbara Waiters, TV talk show host, was once asked, % there any individual in history you would like to interview?." Without hesitetion she replied, 'Jesus Chdst. He is the most interesting person who ever lived. If I could just spend one hour with Him I would have the greatest interview of my life. As believers we have a greater access to Him than a one-hour interview. We have a lifetime of opportunity to talk to Jesus -- anytime, anywhere. God's Word gives us three benefits that come from taking time with Jesus: We find wisdom -- This was Solomon's prayer, "Please make me wise and teach me the difference between right and wrong "1 Kings 3:9 (CEV). As Christians we need wisdom to be men and women of God, to raise our family to serve Jesus, to handle cur money properly. Just as God gave Solomon wisdom, He will give us wisdom. "If you need wisdom ask Him He wi// gladly tel~ you " James 1:5 (NLT. Our character is developed -- A photo that is too dark is underexposed, not enough light has reached the film. Similarly, bad character is caused by under exposure, not enough light from the Son of God has beamed into the soul to bdghten it. Time must be spent in the presence of God. There He molds us, shapes us, and we have become more like He is. There is peace in His presence -- "Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition with thanksgiving, present your request to God. And the peace of God will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. = Philippians 4:6, 7 (N/V). That's the result from spending time with Jesus. When circum- stances are beyond your control, Jesus will help you and give you peace. The truth is -- It always pays to take time with Jesus in prayer. God You are loved, Pastor Mike Blatchley Cares And We Care! Coldwater Assembly of God