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4A TIlE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, January 25, 1973 Abdal Local News.... and son of Bellevue were guests over the weekend in the Ray Albrecht home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stofer and family went to Grand Island Saturday to visit with the Robert Bunner family. Mrs. William Andrews and Mrs. Vernofl Mohler called on Elementary School Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith of BT CHARLF-,S D~*N.qON Mankato Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blauvelt of By Mrs. V. H. Linnemann and Mrs. Virgil Uhrmacher and ' The second half of the school Superior called on Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mike SullivanRuss were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry year is now under way and soon Iiliff Banks Wednesday and Aaron went to Idaho Anderson and Kathy of Jewell. ......... - .........-- we will be thinking about evening. Springs. Colo., on Jan. 11 and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Winning, closing school for another term. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth were weekend guests in the Gary and Lana were Friday News This year has gone unbelievably Schuster and family were Jtllltiol' Hi~ home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. fast. Perhaps it is the vacation weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. |INto416 lliger, Shan and Jason. They Bob Woerner and Both at a By Mrs. Homer Seefeld periods at Thanksgiving time David Shurigar of Kenesaw, returned home the following chili soup supper. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Struss and Christmas that make the Neb. The Superior Monday. Mrs. Delmar Shrontz, Peggyand Dixie, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell first semester seem so short. Of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimminau basketball team is Howard Larsen was a dinnerand Lori accompanied Mr. and Harrington and sons, Mr. and course, there will be vacation were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. defeating Red guest Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Carl Shrontz, Jennifer and Mrs. Harry Snyder and Bar-% periods during the second Wagner of Mankato ThursdayLawrence and being Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fischer at Carl, jr., to Simpson, Kin., bara Gillan were Sunday dinner semester with teachers' con- evening, by Hastings St. Mankato. Sunday where they were dinner guests in the Jack Gillan home vention on March 15 and 16 and Mrs. Rick Harris of Colby Fairbury. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson went guests of Delmar's and Carl's in observance of Mr. Gillan's , then Easter vacation in April. It returned to her home Sunday The Junior High to Omaha last Monday to visit grandmother, Mrs. Ona McKee. birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold may be worth mentioning atafternoon after spending the had a meet with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rothfuss Bruce Stiles visited Friday Anderson were coffee guests in this time that teachers' con- weekend with her parents, Mr. The meet consisted and family. They stayed evening with Mr. and Mrs. V.H. the evening, vention will again be in the fall and Mrs. Richard McCutcheon, matches with a overnight and returned home Linnemann. Mrs. Hanna Judy was a of the year in 1973, occurring on and Terry. Terry accompanied of 25-13 in favor of Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lovel Wulf Sunday dinner guest of Mr. andLOOKING OVER POSSIBLE sites for outdoor classroom her home and was to return to David Hiatt and Gary Monday eveningMr, andMrs, were Wednesday evening Mrs. Earl Schoof. are, from left, Elmer Meyer, supervisor of the Lower Oct. 25 and 26. Virgil Uhrmaeher and Russ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Milvern Republican NRD from Nuckolls County, John Long, city The second of three parent- his home by bus on Monday.tied their opponents. were visitors in the home of Mr. C. Wilton. Grummert and family were council member and also Supervisor of Lower Republican teacher conferences are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kohn of Kraus won his match and Mrs. Jerry Bergen and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Loren Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. NRD, representing City of Superior, Ron Wunibald, manager scheduled for today, (Thurs- Ionia were guests of Mr. and Rod Thelander, Brian at Nelson. Ahrens and family were dinner Bill Ferguson. of Lower Republican NRD, and Robert Koerner, Biologist day) and tomorrow, for pupils Mrs. Bill Kimminau and family Glenn Kitten, Kent Sunday dinner guests of Mr. guests at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula from the Soil Conservation Service. fourth.in gradeSpupilskindergartenin thesethl"Ughgrades FridaYMr. andeVening'Mrs. Roger Roe and decision.Rn Wagner all and Mrs. Ray Uhrmacher, Mrs. Adolph Ahrens in and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gillan will not attend school during family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary ROe David Brunn Melvin and Darrell were Mrs. Superior. spent Saturday evening at conference days. Youngsters in and family and Mrs. Verla ROe News Reporter. Verna Janssen and Bob and Ed Mrs. Verle McKevitt, LarryRuskin in celebration of the grades five and six will be in were Sunday dinner guests of L~rmacher of Hastings. and Michelle had dinner Sunday men's birthdays, attendance as usual; theseMrs. Myrtle Roe of Superior. Dear Kevin (Myers): Mr. and Mrs. John King were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samsula, pupils receive report cards Mr. and Mrs. Iifliff BanksHi! We were guests Sunday afternoon in the Chris Svendsen at Hardy. Carl Samsula and Mrs. Hallie instead of conferences being were weekend guests of Mr. and receive your card. home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Monday morning Mr. and Mitchell visited Mrs. Nellie scheduled with parents. Mrs. Daniel Stineman and from Everett; this is Swanson, Avis and Rick. Mrs. Don Shroyer went to Samsula at Mary Lanning Jim Lafleur, officer of the U. family of Lincoln. daughter, Gina. I'm John and Ethan Feistner Hardy to call on John Me- Hospital on Friday. S. Department of Agriculture Mr. and Mrs. Elton Semke of grader atRayl ~ n Jr spent several days last week in Cutcheon and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Levonn Soil Conservation Service in Papillion, Nob., were weekend I think that's a neat the Don Shroyer home. Willard McCutcheon. Peterson and Sondra were Nelson, met with several guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle send a card to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kimminau Lona and Carla Ahreus spent Tuesday evening guests of Mr. elementary school faculty Semke. don't know. visited with Mr. and Mrs. Tony Thursday after school withand Mrs. Kendall Peterson at members regarding several Mrs. Ralph Dye was a lun- Gina Myers Kimminau Thursday evening.Larry and Michelle McKevitt. Courtland, Karl. possible locations for a cheon guest of her mother, Mrs. 10112 E. 72nd Mrs. Ralph Wilton, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Bob Sinner and Patricia of proposed outdoor classroom in Lavina Clark, of Juniata, Neb., Raytown, Mo. Harvey Schriever, Mrs. Elmer Wilton were Sunday dinner Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Superior. Several spots were Saturday. P.S. (Jesus Loves You!: Schriever and Mrs. Don guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Harry Tubbs of Hastings were visited, but the area best suited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vader and P.P.S. (Jesus Loves us ! Shroyer were Tuesday morning Wood. Other guests were Mr. Monday evening guests in the to an outdoor classroom, would family were guests of Mr. and much and He wants us coffee guests of Mrs. William and Mrs. Chad Wood, Michelle, Bruce Scroggin home. be at the north edge of Lincoln Mrs. Richard McCutcheon him i nheaven.) Schriever. It was Mrs. Amber and Aaron, Mr.andMrs.Mrs. Duane Egle and Amy, , Park at the west edge of Sunday evening. S~riever s birthday. Richard Barry and family of Ernest Ferguson and Dionna "~ Superior. No final decisions Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roe andDear Terri (Comer): Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Lovewell and Mrs. Edwin Sole were Sunday dinner guests have been reached, but Mr. and Mrs. Arden Russell of To__m'~_t is Christm.as Earl Corman visited in theWilton. The occasion was to of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scroggin hopefully we can establish an Webber visited Mrs. Walteryou won t receive thin honor the birthdays of Mie~Ale and Lynae. Mrs. Edith Scroggin CHUCK DZIOWOO, right and Dave Berens, center, home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray outdoor classroom and begin to Wilson and baby son, Devinfor Christmas, but Uhrmacher, Melvin and and Amber. and Ottis Kershner joined them teachers from North Ward, representing Superior School make use of it by the timePatrick, at the Republic County m_mmng ol you. Darrell. ~ in the afternoon, system, and Robert Koerner, SCS biologist from Lincoln, are school begins next fall. The Hospital at Belleville Monday , I unen to cau. you Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ahrens -=--=~---------- ~ ............. Sandra Swanstrom is spen- looking at outdoor classroom sites and discussing outdoor facility would be a local place evening distance but comun ~ z= were guests Saturday even, -D..~.. ~..~.j~.~[M~M~2,?~o~U~~ ding a week's vacation at home classroom activities, where classes could go to make The ~Iissionary departmentphone num.. her, so I:~ of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. first-hand observations ofof the Olive Hill Church held a m sena uus oelm~a, gt~ Wilton. Alfred Swanstrom, and Ann. various plant and animal life planning meeting at the church let you know I think y Sunday dinner guests of Mr.By . s Saturday Mrs. Swanstrom, Outdoor Classrooms native to Nebraska. Suck skills Monday afternoon. Mrs. very specml person. _ and Mrs. Eilert Bargen in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stofer Sandra and Ann and Kathy as identification and William Andrews was the Tl~.ank you for mug classifications would be hostess. In the evening the Christmas so happy. Superior were Mr. and Mrs. Vie and family went to Fairbury Bauer were in Lincoln on An outdoor classroom is growth habits of differentdeveloped as they fit in with our church held its annual meeting ~ rove you, ,,_, Bargen. Sunday to see his sister, Miss business and spent Sunday in nearly an outdoor extension of naU.ve and tame ~asses, or a school program, and election of officers, mrs. A. ~. Br% Mrs. Verle McKevitt and Janet Blunk, of Carleton, who Norfolk. " el ssroom It not onl nmm grime mum stuuent coma Mr. and Mrs. Mitchie 508 Tomahawk Michelle were dinner guests was capped at the Fairbury Mr. and Mrs. Dee Johnston the indoor a . Y _ ::- .....: ..... --:::=- is a palce to study nature but calculate, the board feet of Woerner and family were San Antonio, "1~ Friday ofMrs.in Nelson. Velma McKevitt JuniOrMr. andcollege'Mrs. Norris Schardt business.were in Hastings Tuesday on almost ever~ sub~t that is lumber m a stand of mature Olive Hill Saturday evening Mr. and and family were dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson taught in a school system can be trees. The many things _that . Mrs. Irvin Schleufer, Dana and in the Elliott Jagels homeand family were Sunday supper brought outside and studied at could be taught.re, an oudtoor By Mrs. Paul Blackstone Daniel visited with Mr. andSunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin onetime or another throughout classroom m unhmlted. Mr. and Mrs. Iiliff Banks THE SECURITY N&'r[ONAL "Mrs. Don Shroyer and family. Several ladies from the St. Schott. the school year. An outdoor Everyonelnvolved were dinner guests of Mr. and Call No. 484 Charter No. 14083 National Bank Region I Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Peter's Lutheran Church called Mrs. Fern Lowery called onclassroom not only stimulates Developing the outdoor Mrs. Howard Millen of Republic the interest of the student, butit classroom should be the entire Wednesday noon. REPORT OF=CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING DOMI ShrontZ,tertained the following at dinnerPeggy and Lori en- Onmorning.Mrs. Powers Monday morning.Mrs" Hailie Mitchell Sunday also gives the teacher achance communities project becauseit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mc- SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE SECURITY NATIONAL Tuesday evening at Nelson to About 30 members of the Mr. and Mrs. Don Lonsdale, to actually show the student can benefit everyone. The first Cutcheon and Terry and Mrs. OF SUPERIOR IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA, AI honor Mrs. Shrontz on her birth- ehurch promoter Sunday school Mary Lonsdale, Mrs. Fern some of the many'things that thing however, that needs to be Rick Harris of Colby, Kin.. CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 31, PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY ( day:Mr, andMrs. CarlShrontz, class of Bethel church went to Lowery and Mr. and Mrs. Carl cannot be shown in an indoor done is to select a site and then were dinner guests 0f Mr. and TROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER "'ITI.E classroom, develop a plan for the outdoor Mrs. Gall Hudiburgh SaturdayUNITED STATES CODEr SECTJON 161.~ ,~ .~,~ ~" " Jennifer and Carl, jr., Mr. and Lincoln Sunday to see the play, Oellerich were Friday evening All grades can use an outdoor Classroom on this s!te. This is evening in honor of the ~g Mrs. Andy Montgomery and "The Delicate Balance," at the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin [amily of Superior, Mr. andCommunity Playhouse. Lowery. Mr. andMrs. Lonsdale classroom at some time through why teachers, pubhc officials anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Published in respon~ to call made by the C, omp the school year A first ~ade and members of the Soil COn- Mrs. Ronald Buescher and sons Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth showed slides of their recent - , , ~L~ ~.~" shown ~.olor servation Serwce got together McCuteheon. Currency, under Title 12, United States Code, of Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Buckles and family visited Mr. trip to Europe. stuuem can ~ Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brochta ,a, .... ;-" ~ree leaves ant to start plans for an outdoor ASSETS Hans Christensen of Nelson. and Mrs. C. E. Bueldes of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis were .... s ........... of Lakefield, Minn., were guests Cash and due from l~nks (including Friday afternoon Mr. andHebron Saturday night and Sunday evening guests of Mr. colonies, wild birds and classroom m Superior. Wireof Mr. andMrs. Bill Kimminau animals how a seed ~,rows, or everyone working together, None unposted deblfs}. ..................... , o- and family Monday evening. Mrs. Gary Nielsen were visitors enjoyed a waffle supper with and Mrs. Dee Johnston. simnlv clouds in the sky A 12th teachers, students, citizens, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tietjen and U.S Treasury securities ....................... in the home of Mr. and Mrs. them. Bobby Samsula was a r-.--- --" Arnie Larsen at Hebron. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Keim Wednesday suppei" guest of ~a-de vocational agriculture both young and old, will.be able Danall of Byron were guests of Obligations of other U.S. Government Mr, and Mrs. Lester Wissiug, were dinner guests Thursday Mrs. Hallie Mitchell. student could learn all about to enjoy ~emany oenems or an Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tietjen agencies and corporations ................. Gary and Lana and Mr. and evening at the Moyn Keim Mr. and Mrs. Enos Mazour grass identification and the oumoor cmssroom, and family Saturday evening. Obligations of States and political Mrs.. Frank Martin, Cindy and home. were Sunday supper guests in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brahm- subdivisions ................................. Kathy were Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Will Jensby the Lovonn Peterson home.Mr. and Mrs. Glen Oltmans Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adamson steadt of York visited her Other securities (including none guests of Mrs. Elsie Winning to recently returned from atripto Mr. and Mrs. James Hansonspent the weekend in Norfolk and McKinley Adamson were in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clare corporate stock) ............................. hdp Gary celebrate his birth- Las Vegas and to Santa Clara, were 'thursday evening guests with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Olt- Denver several days last week Schuster, and attended the Federal' funds sold and securities purchased day. Calif. They went by plane and of Mr. and Mrs. ArtSwanstrom. mann and sons. attending the stockmen show funeral services for Mrs. Verlan under agreemente to resell ................... .. Tuesday evening guests of were gone a week. Connie Lowery was a Friday Mrs. Bud Ferebee spent and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Broyles Friday afternoon. Mr~ and Mrs. Dale Urhmacher A housewarming was given overnight guest of Kathy Thursday in Lincoln. Vernon Grummert and Mr. and Loans .......................................... and daughters at Nelson were for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kruplcka Thompson at Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Uhr- Mrs. Newell Wilhelm. Mrs. Joe ~ ~ou Bank premises, furntture and fixtures, and Mr. and Mrs. Vie Bergen. Friday night. Those present Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanstrom macher and family spent Ferebee accompanied them and ~uoo~ other assets representing bank Mr~ and Mrs. Virgil Uhr-were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald and Miss Lillian Swanstrom Sunday evening in the Clifford was a guest of Mr. and Mrs.~ ~tm premises .......... ., .......................... macher and Russ visited Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Ruebenwere Sunday guests of Mr. and Adamson home. Michael Clabaugh of Lakewood, Other assets (including none direct "I~aursday evening with Mr. and Thurnau, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Henry Braun in Carleton. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mosier Colo. lease financing) ............. ; .............. Mrs. Chester Gebhards. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Votgt, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sole and of Davenport were Sunday U.D. Club met with Mrs. TOTAL ASSETS ................. Thursday evening supper Mr. and Mrs. John Thornton, family were Sunday dinnerdinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Whiteley Wednesday LIABILITIES guests of Mrs. Velma Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jagel~,guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry JoeFerebee.Mrs.RonRosseterwith 12 members present. Demand deposits of individuals, part--ner- were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mr. and Mrs. Herb Heinridu~, Troyer. and Terry Resseter of Omaha ' ' ' ships, and corporatl_ons ..................... Sullivan and Aaron and Mr. and Mrs. Basil Johnson and Delbert Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanstromwere afternoon callers. Time and savings deposits of individuals, Mrs. Kevin Bergen and Angle of Virchow. were Saturday evening guests Mr. and Mrs. Jon Jones and partnerships, and corporations .............. Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jacoby of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Anderson. Gwen Jones were Sunday Deposits of United States Government ........ Mrs. Ed Hudson and Mrs. of Superior were guests .... .~ ..... dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Schultz and Mrs. Mary Saturday night in the Basil ........... Boyd Jones. With Trained Courteous Deposits of States and political subdivisions.. Carter of Superior visited in the Johnson home. th ~r. and Mrs. Bud Ferebee Memoria I Counselors Certified and officers' checks, etc ............. home of Mrs. Velma McKevitt Mr. and Mrs. Lester Urbauer Nor east News were supper guests of Mr. and at Nelson Friday afternoon, went to Dallas Sunday to the Mrs. Harold Ruttman and Who Can Take Care of Every TOTAL DEPOSITS ............... $9,823,195.07 Mrs. Hudson and Mrs. Schultz Furniture Market. They By Home Improvement Clubfamily Friday evening. (a) Total demand deposits ..... 3,959,590.28 also spent some time with Mrs. returned Thursday. Beverly Adamson and William Sekora was tran- Monumental Need (b) Total time and Dora Wall at the Good Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holmes Pamela Statz attended thesferred from Colonial Terrace Large or Small deposits ............ 5,863,604.79 Samaritan Home and called on and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Russell Kearney State College annual at Blue Hill to Oakwood Manor Other liabilities ............................... Mrs. Marilyn Adamson and of Hubbell returned home music camp Sunday and in Edgar. Mrs. William Sekora Contact family in Nelson. Sunday evening after spending Monday. Beverly took part in and Mrs. Ed Sekora visited TOTAL LIABILITIES ....... Bruce Stiles wasa Thursday a week in Hawail and a week in the band session of the camp William Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ludwig R S RV SONLOANSANDS C noon lunch guest of Mr. and California. and Pamela the choral session. Ed Sekora visited his father Mrs. P. E. Nielsen in Superior. Hollis Wolf went to KansasA concert was given on Monday Sunday afternoon. Phone 627-3845 Shickley, Neb. Reserve for bad debt losses on loans Mrs. Jim McChesney, Lisa, City, Kin., with Basil Johnson evening as the conclusion of the Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Johnson Representing (set up pursuant to I RS rulings) ........ :... Billy and David of Bradshaw for the weekend. Mr. Wolf camp. of Red Cloud spent Sunday in came Friday evening to visit visited his sister, Mrs. Velma Mr. and Mrs. Brian Whiteley the Duane Ehlers home. Palmers Brothers Granite Co. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS over the weekend with Howard Fredrich, and with nieces and visited in the Bud Ferebee home Mrs. William Sekora was a Holdrege, Neb. SECURITIES ............................... Larsen. nephews. Tuesday evening, supper guest in the Ed Sekora S2 Years under the same management CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Mr. and Mrs. Den Shroyer Mrs. Roza Corman visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ferebee home Wednesday evening. ' Equity capital-total ............................ visited with Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Jones visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith Braun Tuesday evening. Saturday. Gunn and familyThursday On Dean's List ~ ~ Common Stock-total par value ............... Supper guests Monday evening. Dennis A. Quy, an electrical No. shares authorized 1,000 ............... evening of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Leonard _ engineering student at Iowa No. shares oulstandlng 1,000 ................ Winning, Gary and Lana were and Diana of Rawlins, Wyo.,Mrs. Boyd Jones entertained State University, has been Surplus ............................... . ......... Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhodes of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. several ladies at a coffeenamed to the dean's list for the Undivided profffs ............................. 5~ Hebron. Dexter Corman and family. Saturday morning in honor of fall quarter. He is a son of Mr. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schlelfer her birthday, and Mrs. Vernon Quy. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................ David and Alan and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Swanson attended at TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND a house warming for Mr. and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS. _ Mrs. Wilbur Becker and family ~ ~ .MEMORANDA near Mankato Saturday ~ THE COUNTRY FAIR m Average of total deposite for 15 calendar evening. 1 I days ending with call date ................. Friday evening guests of Mr. Average of total loans for the15 calendar - Davenport, Nebr.---Ph. 364-2561 days ending with call date.. FOR SALE All our merchandise I, J. Roger Vergo, Vice-President ancl above-named bank do hereby declare that this "History Of The ison sale the entire II condition is true and correct tothe bestof m Sherman Ranch" month of February. be.sO Discounts 10% to 20 cr~ J. Roger Vargo By Don't miss a good bargain! We, the undersigned directors Ma rtha E lliott Andrews Yel lOW Our~ report of condition and declare that It $2.50 Per Book Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is Order Tod y From Afternoons only correct. Arvon J. Marcotte Ha rriet E I liott 1: 30 - 5 30 Harold S. Myers ~ East Second, Superior B l mm I Robert E. I I ~ '' Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Arthur CockroflI Janice. Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs, Headrick and family of' Sunday afternoon.