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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Students selected for honor choirs Musicians from Davenport High School have been selected to participate in a several honor choirs in the next two weeks. Twelve students were chosen to participate in the 150 voice Youth for Music choir which will perform Smlday afternoon, Feb. 2, at the Brown Grand Theater. Students participating are Amy Follmer, Jani Nippert, Kasi Nip- pen, Tracy Johnson, Tonya Bu- resh, April Meers, Anne Greet, Lance Mosier, Nate Mosier, Craig Shelburne and Jason Anderson. Meers, Anderson and Kasi Nippert will be members of the Festival Choir which will perform Monday at the Recital Hall in the Fine Arts Building at the Univer- sity of Nebraska, Keamey. The Festival Choir is part of the tmi- versity&apos;s Mid-Winter Choral Clinic. David Rasmussen, chair- man of the music department at Fort Hays StateUniversity, Hays, Kan., is the clinician. Johnson has been chosen to be a member of the 100-voice Ne- braska High School Honor Choir which will perform Saturday, Feb. 1 at Hastings High School Audi- torium. Dr. Elmer Thomas, direc- tor of choral activities at the Col- lege Conservatory of Music, Uni- versity of Cincinnati, will be the director. Thursday, January 30, 1992 ii 00Oave00,,o00t C, , By Mrs. Calvin Meers Senior Center News Monday, Feb. 3: Exercise and games. Friend chicken, potatoes and gravy, broccoli with cheese sauce, pineapple. Tuesday, Feb. 4: Nuu-ition program. Ham and beans, jello, combread, pudding. Wednesday, Feb. 5: Excrcise and cards. Sloppy Joes, tater tots, carrots, ice cream. Thursday, Feb. 6: Games. Swiss steak, baked potatoes, mixed vegetables, cake. Friday, Feb. 7: Exercise and show and tell. Tuna ala King, peas, stewed tomatoes, peaches. Meals and activities subject to change without notice, For reser- vations call by 9:30 a.m. Fern Lineback, Keamey, and Gillette Krueger were last Mon- day morrfing visitors of Dora and Linda Wit[rock. Etta Rachow mid Gaylord Rachow were last Sunday dinner guests of their daughter amd sister. Mrs. Harley Other guests Diane Nichols, Massachusetts, Robert and Blanche Rachow, Hebron, and Ralph and Janice Baxa, Anda, Michelle and Matt, Tobias. Rim and Roy Neville, Ellijay, including Domestic and Foreign Subsidiaries, of Farmers State Bank and Trust Company of Superior, of Superior, Nuckolls County, Ne- braska 68978, State Bank No. 5570. Federal Reserve District 10, at the close of business December 31, 1991. ASSETS 1. Cash and balances due from depository institutions: a. Noninterest-bearing balances and currency and coin ........................................................... 1,649,000.00 b. Interest-bearing balances ............................................... none 2. Securities .................................................................... 12,911,000.00 3. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell in domestic offices of the bank and of its Edge and Agreement Subsidiaries and in IBFs: a. Federal funds sold ......................................................... none b. Securities purchased under agreements to resell ........... none 4. Loans and lease financing receivables: a. Loans and leases, net of unearned income .................. 30,262.000.00 b. LESS: Allowance for loan and lease losses ............... 546,000.00 C, LESS: Allocated transfer risk reserve .......................................... none d. Loans and leases, net of unearned income, allowance and reserve (items 4.a minus 4. b and 4 .c) ......................................................... 29,716,000.00 5. Assets held in trading accounts .......... -:. ...................... :2..?.'.77.7.. /n0ib 6. Premises and fixed assets ............... (including capitalized leases] ..................................... 56,000.00 7. Other real estate owned ............................................................ none 8. Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies ................................................. none 9. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ......................................................................... none 10. Intangible assets ...................................................................... none 11. Other assets ............................................................... 1,179,000.00 12. a. Total assets (sum of items 1 through 11) ............. 45,511,000.00 b Loans deferred pursuant to U.S.C. 1823(j) ......................... none c. Total assets and losses deferred pursuant to U.S.C. 18230) (sum of items 12.a and 12.b) ...... 45,511,000.00 LIABILITIES 13. Deposits: a. In domestic offices ............................. 37,971,000.00 (1) Nonintorest-beanng ............... 3,576,000.00 (2) Interest-bearing ................... 34,395,000.00 b. In foreign offices, Edge and Agreement subsidiades, and IBFs ............... none fl) Noninterest-bearing ........................... none (2) Interest-bearing .................................. none 14, Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements 1o repurchase in domestic offices of the bank and of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and in IBFs: a. Federal funds purchased .............................. 2.650,000,00 b. Securities sold under agreements to repurchase ........................................................... none 15, Demand notes issued to the U.$. Treasury ................... 183,000,00 16. Other borrowed money .................................................. 500,000.00 17. Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capitalized leases ............................................................... none 18. Elank's liability on acceptances executed and outstanding ........................................................................ none 19. Subordinated notes and debentures ...................................... none 20. Other liabilities ............................................................... 394,000.00 21. Total liabilities (sum of items 13 through 20) ............ 41,698,000.00 22. Umited-Iife preferred stock and related surplus ..... : ................. none EQUITY CAPITAL 23. Perpetual perferred stock and related surplus (No. of shares outstanding ....................................... none 24 Common sleek (No. of shares a. Authorized ...................... 20,000,000.00 b. Outstanding ............ .. ...... 20,000,000.00 ......... 500,000.00 25. Surplus (exclude all surplus related to preferred stock) .................................................. 1,500,000.00 26. a. Undivided profits and capital reserves .................... 1,813,000.00 b. LESS: Net unrealized loss on marketable equity secudtias .................................................................. none 27. Comutmive foreign currency translation adjustments .............. none 28. a. Total equity capital (sum of items 23 through 27)...3,8t3,000,00 b. Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) ................... none c. Total equity capital and losses deferred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1823(j) (sum of items 28.a. and 28.b.) ..................................................................... 3,813.000.00 ,29. Totel liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, equity Capital, and losses de{erred pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 18230) (sum of items 21, 22, and 28,c) .................... 45,511,000.00 MEMORANDA Amounts oustanding as of Report Date: 1. a. Standby lettei's of eredit. Total ................................. 84,000,00 1,b. Amount of Standby letters of credit in memo 1.a. conveyed to others through participations ......................... none t I the undersigned officer, do hereby declare that this Report of Conclt- lion has be pre,oa/d in conformance with official instructions and is true and cerreet to the best of my knowledge and belief. Local News) Eleanor L. Stiles, cashier 01-24-92 402-879-3271 We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this Report of Condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge ahd belief and has been prepared in conformance with official instructions and is true and correct. visited her parents, Roy mad Edith Hinds, for two weeks. They re- turned home Jan. 18. Orva Freidline and Arlene Keeler visited Margaret Simon- sen and Adelaide Jacobsen, Supe- rior last Sunday aflemoon. Last Monday afternoon visi- tors of Blanche Nelson were Grace Getz and son, Ray Getzboth of Hastings. They were enroute home from visiting Roy Getz, Deshler. John Herman attended the funcral of Charlie Anderson at the Nora M cthodist Church Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Serge, Davenport FHA competes at Exeter The Davenport Junior md High School FHA students participated in the District 15 SEARCH co:n- petition at Exeter .lan. 15. Five members competed in four events and returned home will] four gold medals and one silver. Angie Corn]an and April Mecrs' presentation, "Birth Or- der, It Makes a Diference" re- ceived a gold as did Carrie Molthan's ')l've Fallen and I Cari Get Up." Both were in the human development area in the consumer and home nraking division in senior high. Kasi Nipper competed in the Samuel P. Baird E.J. Meeklns Rodger A. Dean Deshler, were Thursday aftenoon job interview division. Her corn- visitors of their daughter, Esther petition consisted of prepared Ocllerich, at her cafe. . materials such as a resume, a letter Marvin and Margie Mosier were in Hastings Tuesday and had dinner with Ken and Dorothy Kennedy. They were afternoon visitors m thcir home. Doris Mzwr, Omalm, left Jan. 6 for her home after a week with her parents, Roy and Edith Hinds. of application, letters of recom- mendation and finished with a simulated job interview and for low-up letter. She received a sil- ver for her efforls. Kristin Corman earned a top gold in file junior high division of clothing with her presentation, Nichols, Geneva. John Herman visited his son, were Dennis and ,,1.arry Herman, at the Nelson cle- ValOr Tuesday afternoon, tition in April. Olive Hill News By Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer Jr. The Olive Hill Church Ladies' Missionary met at the home of Mrs. Wylie Blair, Superior, Tues- day afternoon. Orpha Fallis, Betleville, a for- mer resident of this community, was hospitalized the past week at tile Brodstone Memorial Nuck- oils County Hospital, Superior. Thursday morning Mrs. Fallis was transferred to a hospital in Wic- hita with a heart condition. She was dismissed Monday. Zelda Schuster and Kenneth Schuster visited with Mrs. Fallis Wednes- day evening at the Superior hospi- tal, "Color is Magic." She will repre- sent the district at the stae compe- ) Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mohler were Mr. and Mrs. Leland Turner, Hastings, and Mrs. Bill Andrews and Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton hosied a birthday diuner Sunday for their grandson, Shane McCutcheon, on his 14th birthday and Mr. Wilton's mother, Ila Wilton. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilton, Mr. and Mrs. Terry McCutcheon, Shane, Krystal and Justin, Buck Wocmer, Wendy ttarris, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilton Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Barleen, St. Paul. Notice to Vete00rans.. The hours at the Vete00ns'-- Service office, Nelson has been changed to Mondays and Tuesdays, be- ginning Monday, Feb. 3. Hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The office had previously been open on Tuesdays and Fridays. Wray Wehrman Service Officer Joyce Pritts, Guide Rock, was a Wednesday afternoon visitor of [)ella Roe. Thursday pper guests of Mrs. Roe were Mrs. Brian Koster md Sierra, Jewell. Lauren Roe was a Friday dinner guest of his mother to honor him on his birthday. Saturday Mrs. Roe and Dean Morgan called on Donna Mart, Webber. Bill Roe, Court- land, Aliana Parker and Robert Brown, Republic, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Roe. Gall Hudiburgh took his daugh- ter, Karen Price, to Lincoln Tues- day where she left by plane for her home in Nehalcm, Ore., after vis- iting here a few days with rela- tives and with her modmr, Ellen Hudiburgh, at the Good Samari- tan Center, Superior. Derails Stone, Sabetha, was a weekend guest of his mother, Verdena Stone, and also visited with Mr. and Mrs. James Stone and Hollie. _Zelda Schuster visited Rose Ludwig, Superior, Wednesday morning. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Schuster visited with her sister, Vcrdena Stone. Gail Hudiburgh went to Wic- hita Wednesday where he and his sister, Fay[he Hudiburgh, left by plane for Caldwell, Idaho, to at- tend the funeral of their sister, June McCormick. They returned to Wichita Sunday and Mr. Hudi- burg was an overnight guest of his sister, returning to his home Monday. While Mr. ttudiburgh was in Idaho. his daughter, Mrs. Harold Wilton, received word of the death of her aunt, Genette McNichols, Newberg, Ore. Mrs. McNichols was a roster of Ellen Hudiburgh. Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers, Eric and Travis were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hasemeyer Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ward, Melissa and Lacey were Sunday supper guests in the Itasemeyer home. Rosemarie, Rosemary and Sherry Hasemcyer were in Hastings Wednesday afternoon Ralph Dye accompanied Sam Willett, Superior, to Geneva Wednesday where they visited with a friend, Budd Hobbs. Den- nis Dye, Hebron, was a Friday aftemoon visitor in the Dye home. Mrs. Gary Hanna, Riley, was a Saturday guest of her parents and Verla Roe, Superior, visited with l them in me afternoon. Robert Dye, Beatrice, was a Sunday afternoon visitor of his parents. Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Cool, Tonya and Jerry were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berg, Topeka. Mr. Berg and Mrs. Cool were army buddies when they were discharged in 1954 in El ( Vormoso LocalNews ) By Elaine Clark Opal watson is reported still improving at the Rehabilitation Center, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. John Peters were in Tulsa, Okla., last weekend. Jan. 19 they attended the wedding of Mrs. Peters' youngest son, Brian Pollok. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Volker and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Volker, Idabel, Okla., Debbie Butler and Jan Mayfield, Pittsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Pernell Peters and Katie, Topeka, last week. Callers of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Osborne last week were Mrs. Duane Kintigh, Webber, Kenneth Nelson, Courtland, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Warren, Longview, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Leece, Mrs Laurence Leece and Judy Hamel, Superior, Bill Hamel, Geneva, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osborne, Pastor Dan Vallier, Benji, David and Jonathan. and Mrs. Melvin Dahl. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dalal's sons, William and Jon, Courtland, vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dalai last week. Callers of Sylvia Mohler last week were Mrs. Duane Wiley, Cawker City, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohler and Mrs. Kenneth Huber. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Turner, Hastings, were Sunday dinner guests. Mrs. Turner and the other Formoso High School alumni officers, Mary Jane Isaacson and Mrs. Bud Hallgren, Courtland, and Janice Peters met at Mrs. Mohler's home Sunday afternoon to plan the 1992 alumni banquet andget- together scheduled for May 30. Roberta Reed called on Mr. and Mrs. Brad Keeler Tuesday afternoon. F.O.C.U.C. class met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Vera Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clark vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Patrick Tuesday evening to celebrat Mrs. Patrick's birthday. Roberta Reed was a Tuesday and Thursday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Reed and Janet[e, Concordia. Roberta was a Wednesday and Thursday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reed, Kris- ten and Keri, Salina. Ann Keeler and Mrs. Gordon Grimes, Mankato, had dinner Wednesday at the Formoso cafe. Mr. and Mrs. George Blach and Mrs. Forrest Dempsey at- tended the Jewell Council on Aging meeting Thursday morn- ing at Esbon. The Mystic Circle Club mem- Paso, Texas.Theyhadn'tseeneach b ers and husbands had the Janu- =other since.then ...... ary dinner Thursday at the Sepior Cindy Brahmsteadt, York, was Center. a Sunday supper guest of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Howland Mrs. William Cool, Tonya and Jerry. She is Mrs. Cool's niece. called on Grace Jacobsen Thurs- day afternoon. Pastor and Mrs. Dan Vallier and fmaily and Rosemary Doxon were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Keeler. When embracing opportunity, give it a big hug. PUBLIC AUCTION The following personal property items will be olfered for sale located from [the SW corner of Davenport, NE., 4 miles south and 1 1/2 miles west; or from De.hler, NE, 7 miles north on Highway 5 and 6 I/2 miles west. on: Monday, February 10, Storm Date: Monday, February 17, 1992 Starting at 12:00 noon Lunch on grounds "1976 IHC 1066 Dlesel Tractor, (black strlp), C. A. H., W. F., dual hyd., Cat IH hitch, 18.4 x 38 tires & axle mount duals, front weights, hrs. 4540. Serial # 10178906155. "1975"IHC 966 Diesel Tractor, Egging Cab., Air & Heat, dual hyd., Cat II hitch, 18.4 x 34 tires, hrs, 4525. Serial # SU025527. • 1966 IHC 706 Diesel Tractor, W. F,, new turbo & hydraulic pump. factory 3 pt. hitch, Cat H, near new tires. Serial # 35716. • 1952 IHC Super M Gas Tractor. N. F,, P. S,, good tires. Serial # F- 33901-J. • 1948 Ford 8 N Tractor. Serial # 97826. "1981 Allls-Chalmers/Cleaner N-5 Dlesel Comblne, w/1983 upgrade package, hydro-traction drive, tattletale II and IV monltor, variable speed drive feeder house, 161 inch unload auger. 24.5 x 32 front and 11.25 • 24 rear tires. 1507 engine hrs., 1161 separator hrs. Serial # 300511. MACHINERY • 1983 IHC S00 Early Riser Pull Type Planter. S-30" row. insect boxes, spray kit. cyclomltor III monltor. 900 series seed openers. 12" furrow ogener disc. 3 drums. Serial # U004873. "John Deere #853 RM Cultivator. 8-30" row. set of rig mounted shlelds. 2 80-gallon mounted poly tanks. • Hawklns Hlller on 5" • 7" Orthman Tool Bar. 8-30" row. and ripper shanks. • IHC #480 18 1/2 ft. Tandem Disc. 7 1/2" space, harrow attach. • IHC #45O0 Vibra Shank Field Cultivator. 28 ft.. walking tandem axles, w/harrow attach. • IHC Model 710 Seml-mount Plow. 7-16". "Strobel Stock Chopper. 6-30" row. • Potter Mfg. Co. front mount Wedge Wlk Weed Wiper. "Wheeler's 3 pt. Sprayer. 200 gal. tank. S-3(Y'row boom. "J-300 3 pt. Qulck Hitch Cat HI. • 6 ft. 3 pt. Tandem Dlse. 1992 "1968 Honda CT-O0 Motorcycle. *Briggs & Stratton 9 hp. Engine. "Baldor 2 hp. Electric Motor, 220 Volt. *Lincoln ] lectrlc Welder. 220 Volt. "Welding Table, 2' • 5' w/tilt top. *Cutting torch and weldlng tips w/hoses & gauges. "Hydraulic Drive Herbicide Pump. "Ravin 110 gallon fiberglaas tank. "Kerco 250 gallon plastic tank. "John Deere 2 1/4" Tool Bar Clamps. "2 8" Tool Bar Spacers for 2 1/4" tool bar. "2 IHC Adj. Fast Hitch Prongs for 2 1/4" tool bar. "2 10:O0 • 22.5 mountable tmk rims. "Fuel Tank Hand Pump. "3 Oil Barrel Pumps. *8" Table Saw w/electric motq ,r. *2 Chain Binders. "8" IrrigaUon Pipe Turner. *Ratchet Center Link. *Portable Work Light. *Golden Rod Fence Strtche7 *Small Wheel Puller. "Hand Held Tachometer. TRUCKS & TRAILIR • 197o Ford C-600 Tllt Cab Truck. 2 Ton. 330 V-S eng.. P. S.. 18 ft. metal box w/holst. 4 spd.-2Spd. tran. • 1962 Ford C-700 Tilt Cab Truck. 2 1/2 Ten. 292 V-8 eng.. P. S.. 18 ft. metal box w/hoist. S spd.- 2 spd. tran. good rubber. "1957 Ford C-600 Tllt Cab Truck. 2 Ton. 292 V-S eng., 18 ft. metal box w/holst, 4 spd.-2 spd. trim, good rubber. • DaKon 350 bu Gravity Flow Traller. on 10 T. Einsey #1074 gear. Auctioneer Comments: "Den's equipment represents itself real well and is ready to go to work for you. Just a few rack Items, so be on time!" DON & ARLENE VORCE, owners Ann Keeler visimd Grace Jacobson Friday afternoon. Estella McKeown, Superior, eame Friday to visit Mrs. Phyllis Hurd for a few days. Curtis Frce, Marysvillc, was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Free. Janice Peters, Juretta and Jav- enia visited Lavernia McCune Saturday afternoon at Hilltop Lodge, Beloit. Pastor Dan Vallier called on Am] Keeler Saturday afternoon. Jane Mohler, Belleville, Mrs. John Sjolander, Scandia, visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohlcr Satur- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Payne were in Manhattan Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A1 West, Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Field were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heel. Mrs. Kenneth Huber was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mohler. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dalfl and Kevin, Mrs. Von VanMeter, Deana and Kelli, Mr. and Mrs Renold Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dahl, William, Jon and Tanya, Courtland, Mr. md Mrs. Richard Watson, Christina mxl Paul, Hardy, and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Schott, Alex and Justin, Be- loit, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reed md family, Osborne. They celebrated the recent and upcoming birth- days. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Osbornc, Chad and Bret, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boman, Republic, and Mrs. Tim Davis, Monic and Erica, Bellevitle, were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blanding, Keith and Kayla, Court- land. They celebrated the January birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Free, Mr and Mrs. Dennis Uglow, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roush, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Spiegel, Mrs. Ralph Trem- bly, Mrs. Danny Jcnscn, Lavcrnia Peters and Kemmth Jeorg bowled m a tournament at Fairbury Sun- day. Mrs. Virgil Mohler, Jane Mohler, Belleville, and Mr. and Mrs. John Sjolander, Scmldia, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ITuber. Mr. and Mrs. Max Krummcl, Belleville, were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dloyd Strnad, Troy, Terrill and Darla. They cleebrated Mr. Krummet's Jan. 28 birthday. The Formoso Senior Citizens will meet Monday. Everyone should bring a homemade valen- tine. Phone (402) 364-2443 'Terms:'2ash. Propery is yours whenbld'off. Not tobc removed until setiled for. Allstatements orl representations herein are believed to be correct. However, the owners, auctioneers, and printers make no warranties either expressed or lmUed, Not responsible for accidents. AUCTIONEERS: [-CLERKS:BartlingClerking Lyle E. Pitts, Deshler. NE Ph. # 365-4126 Service. Deshler. NE Herb Brettmann, Deshler. NE Ph. # 365--1240 Phone: 365-4129. Drill team receives Division H rating The Superior High School drill team received a Division II rating at the Seward Invitational Winter Guard competition Saturday. Eleven schools participated in the competition, ranging in size from Class C to Class AA. It was the fLrst time the Superior drill team had participated. The team performed pom-pom, flag and dance routines. Members of the team are Macy Cisneros, Shayna Foote, Yulonda Michaud, Meggin Schuster, Dawn Soper, Kerry Sullivan, Teresa Sullivan and Alissa Young. Anna Hawley is the instructor. EngineOil Students for all-state Several Davcn have bcen selectc< all-state wind ensemble € phonic band. March 28 at Nebraska University, Lincoln. students will also be Youth for Music Nmd dia. "Ic concert for that  Feb. 2 at the Brown ter. Members of the clude Ame Greer dra Quandt, alto saxo Jolmson, tenor Stables, baritone Nathan M0sier Members of the s ,are Kasi Nippert, berly Kubicek, tenor Michclle Mosier, phone and Kirnberlv percussion. Carrie alternate for percussion pani. Chosen for the Music band arc alto saxophone, Kubicek, and Mitchell Kubeck Jr. High join chorus, at Daykin Four Superior nmsicians will join 12,1. • the Meridian Junior Hi choir. Eight.students wi mg 10 at Daykin. , B;md members Memke, Trombone, alto saxophone, Molly baritone saxophone, Zoltenko, tuba, clarinet, Aaron Cline Fritz, trumpet, and son, French horn. Schultz, Mark Kistl, [utile, bariton, and Doreza, soprano. The band willj band, jazz band a concert Tuesday. The begins at 7:30 p.mo in school gymnasium. Alpah Zeta attend luneheo00 The Alpha Zeta I)clta Kappa Gamma lcmational met in St. theran Church, Hardy, fora 1:30p.m.. con. The inspiration Kathy Weis. Roll call New Year's Kuhlmml presided at meeting. A moment for 1 ship was given by New nmmbers are Chester, and Shel!y bron. Mary Lou Jcnscn Worle, :anttee, presented the "Parent Education This was cookie rcL:ipe for"Parent men[. A Key Ingredient: close of their presenl served the cookies to Tbe Delta Kappa scrapbook, con] Rust, Vivian Mariska Vicnop, was esses were Ardeth nice Hansen, Lois and Avis next meetin 15 in Superior. later date. Deere oil,, just hit our loading Our over- abundance of means big for you. Stop . today for the prices of the season. ! Of Engine and Hydraulic Now 'Till Saturday, Feb. 29, 1992 Highway 14 Noah, Superior, Neb. Phone 011