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Superior, Nebraska
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May 11, 1972

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:f" 6B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 11, 1972 Byron High School Commencement Sunday A combination baccalaureate and commencement service will be held for the nine members of the Byron High School senior class at 7:30 Sunday evening in Memorial Hall. Rev. A. L. Meyer will deliver the address, "Today is the Day." Maryln Heitmann, salutatorian, and Janice Hoops, valdictorian, will also address the class. Supt. James Van Sickle will present the special awards to the class. Following the vresentation of the class by Jay Yarberry, class sponsor, Egbert Schardt, school board president, will award the diplomas. Mrs. Garold Brown will present the eighth grade class and President Schardt will award the eighth grade di. plomas. Senior class officers are Paul Meyer, president; Bruce Freitag, vice-president, and I I i i Lonny Freitag, secretary- treasurer. Denice Eitzmann will play the prelude and postlude. Mrs. Elmer Pohlmann will play the processional and recessional. Bargen Member Of Teaching Staff Coach Cipriano has an- nounced his teaching staff for the 1972 Cornhusker Basketball School. All are outstanding high school coaches in the state of Nebraska. Denny Bargen of Milford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Bargen of Superior, will be a member of the staff. County Short In Heart Fund Drive Mrs. Leo Zadina, Heart fund chairman, reports that Nuckolls County is a little short of meeting its goal. Donations will still be accepted. Mrs. Chester  Stuck is memorial chairman. RADUATES ! BEST WISHES TO AI,L GRADS. DALE'S TAVERN E.Z INN CAFE OPEN SUNDAYS BYRON, NEBRASKA i i i i I II I rYARBERRY,$n. LONNY R FREITAG Yes, its been a good time, but new challenges lie ahead and we stand ready to help you. Byron Co-operative Credit Assn. I I I I II I Byron, Nebraska i i i L WARD F f[iiTMANN We're painting you a picture of h, appy things for a bright, wonderful future! .C010n00l PAINTS Byron Chem=eals Lumber Co., Inc. Byron, Nebraska JANICE S. HOOPS BYRON i i i i i 1912 BRUCE A. FREITAG > d I PAUL L. MEYER May you see your way to a great future ..... and see us for service. Byron Service BYRON, NEBRASKA DEB L. HOOPS KIM A EGGERS LEON R MAROUARI MARLYN D HEITMANN the body into burned areas. This means that sufficient blood H E k LT H volume is not available to keep the brain, heart, and other ( T i P organs functioning normally. In case of extensive heat FROM THE NEBRASKA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION burn, place the cleanset available cloth material over To prevent shock, prevent the burned areas to exclude air. contamination, and to control Keep the victim lying down until a physician arrives. The chest and head should be a little pain are the objectives of first aid for burns, according to the Nebraska Medical Association. The Association points out that ff a burn covers all of one arm and the head, or the front or back of the.trunk, you have about 18 percent of the body surface burned. A person with 25 percent of his body surface burned may develop "burn shock" and die without im- mediate first aid. Burn shock occurs when the liquid part of the blood is sent by The world is yo,ur proving ground. You'll be given a chance to test your ideas and theories. !i!ili/ Once proven, they will be used toward a better tomorrow for all. Byron Co-op Elevator l mm Tip-top honors to all our grodsl Good wishes come your way with hopes that your future will hold suc- cess, health and happiness. Byron Grain Co. Byron, Nebraska I I I I I Illll lower than the rest of If the burn victim is i and can swallow, plenty of ] drink. Small heat burns treated by soaked in a water mixed tablespoons of loosely over the bur. should not be EXTRA SPECIAL Let's give our grads a round of applause! They've earned it and many good wishes, too. Marquardt Store CECIL MARQUARDT, BYRON, NEB. Pew R BARGAIN John Deere 4000 has 95 h.P. at a 75-to-85-h.p. pr, ce , In size, weight, and loads handled, the John Dee '.,, is about a standoff to 75-to-85-h.p. competitors. .t in work output and price, the 4000 is a far differem breed. With a 4020 engine up front, the 4000 I: and hitch-mounted tools at a faster, steadier pace, and handles PTO equipment in a fashion un these com etitors In price, the 4000 comnetes veP/ P " - ;-red either favorably with these same tractors, measu by cost per horsepower or total price. Let's talk soon about the advantages a 95-h.p. John Deere 4000 offers over a 75-to-85-h.p. tractor. Nuckolls Co. Ruskin, Nebraska Byron Implement Co. Byron, Nebraska