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Bill Blauvelt, Publisher "~ A.L. Carlson, Superior, was ing "The Poseidon Adventure." fire in two separate incidents. The of-Azkaban" and ' heDay After •, ," elected worthy state president of Thirty Years Ago tractor, belonging to Sullivan Tomorrow." " E-mail tse@superiome.com the Nebraska Fraternal Order of Tom Tucker was transferred Dairy, was valued at $53,000Five Years Ago '; , Published each Thursday by Superior Publishing Company, Inc. Selected portions of the newspaper available Eagles. . from Cherokee, Okla. to become while the combine belonged to A group of area residents met at 148 East Third Street, EO. Box 408, Superior, Nebraska 68978 on the web at supefirone.com A Lions Club was chartered at the SantaFeRailroad station agent Leo Blackstone. to formulate plans to renovate the Byron. in Superior. Gene Mount, the ii Subscriptionrates am $26 per year in Nebraska, Elmer Anderson, Oak, eel- Superior Auditorium which had " $2%50 per year in Kansas. Other States $37 per year. Thursday, June 26, 2014 Page 2B _J Mr. and Mrs. Orva! Myers,former Superior agent, had trans- Nelson, celebrated their S0th wed- feared to Abiline. ebrated his 90th birthday, been closed for almost 20 years. , ding anniversary. Charlotte Clabaugh stepped Robert Littrell, 71, died. He Firemen from four communi- " xpresso was a long-time Nelson resident ties were present at the Monte-. ....... " ......... . .... . ................ Skylark multi-grain bread was down as director of the Nuckolls andtheownerofLittrell's. Inc.,a Dalai feedlot in the Hardy area. %om the files of Tt ,,Si .nor .. Safeway.19 cents per loaf at the Superior, The Crest Theatre, wasplaying assumedC°unty Welfare Office" The state Petr°leum transP°rtati°n~¢°m- High humidity and temperatures -operation of the welfare system which was formerly the PanYeedless red or green grapespartmentsStressed thesprayedCattle andthetheanimalsfired¢- .. Eighty Years Ago .... i20milespe hour. Rev. John Kile were held' at wedding anniversary. 'FlightfromAshiya, starringYul responsibility of individual court- were 98 cents per pound at withwaterinattempttocoolthem. Herman Kroeger, Byron, wasBids wereopenedinWashing- Superior's First Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hunter, Su-. Brynner and Richard Widmark. ties. Superior'sJackandJillFoodCen- The effort was successful though : ured when his team of mules ton, D.C. for the new Superior Church. perior, celebrated their 25th wed- Forty Years Ago Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jensen, ter. some cattle were lost.' • )k fright when he was cutting post office. No action was taken MaggieKelleySmith,57,died. din3 anniversary. A formal ribbon cutting cer- Ruskin, celebratedtheir40thwed- ieat with a; binder. He was on the bids atthis time.ShewasalongtimeWebbercom-- Till Heglin, 62, died. The long- emony was held for the opening ding anniversary. ' TheCrestTheatrewasplaying Erma Ferguson King, 97, died.. ' ! 'own into the machine and his Bongo brand canvas shoes for munity resident.. time Superior resident was a car- of the Great Plains Railway com- Roy Campbell, 77, died. He "With Honors," starring JoePesci, She had been a Superior resident htleg was fractured and lacer- men and boys were on sale at Lettucewas 13 cents per head penter and did concrete construc- pany which was operated over 85 was a Ruskin grocer and busi- and "Renaissance Man," starring since 1935 and was an accom-- Danny DeVito. plished musician. • .d. • Superior's J. C. Peuney store for at the Superior Safeway.tion work. miles of former Chicago and nessman. iv!rs. Will: Secrest, Riverton, 69 cents per pair. The Lyric ,Th, entre was show- Ground beef was tl~, ee pounds Northwestern Railroad track be- APresto 17 quartpressurecan- Ten Years Ago The Nuckolls County Board ' from aheart attack when she TheLyricTheatrewasplaying ing "Gaslight,' starring Charles for one dollar at Roder sIGA Su- tween Superior and Seward Her and cooker was $54.99 at The City of Superior held a votedtoparticipateinthewellness unable to stand the excite- "The Mad Game," starring Spen- Boyer and Ingrid Bergman. permarket in Superior. Dr. Angelo Llana announced Wheelers in Superior. city-wide clean-up which filled program provided through ' 21 dumpsters with a capacity of Meritain Health hy Interactive Sixty Years Ago The Crest Theatre was show- he would open a medical practice The Crest Theatre was playing 30 yards each. Health Solutions. A fire in the kitchen of the Ben ing "Here Come the Girls,' star- in Superior. He had been practic- "Sixteen Candles." Ton Cafe did considerable dam- ring Bob Hope and Arlene Dahl. ing medicine in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bargen She died while cer Tracy and Claire Trevor. ~ shelter in a storm cave at Seventy Years Ago Pfc Clyde Stenson, Hardy, was The Budihgton speed train killed in action in Italy. Superior for Nathan Dinnell, 76, died. He July 4: festivities. Area resi- hadbeen a Superiorresident since given tours of the train 1911. q6ableofspeedsupto Installation services for the 4 . , . . " age. Smoke damage was heavy Fifty Years Ago and the care was closed for re- The Rev. Robert Favre pairs, preached his first sermon as pas- Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Carlson, tor of Superior's First Methodist Superior, celebrated their 25th Church. By Bill Blauvelt A news :release from the Kansas Department of Wildlife and would have known better than to grab a beaver or a raccoon but celebrated their 25th wedding an- niversary. America Dairymen to ask they AnnaReinke, 89died. Shewas reconsider their decision to close a longtime Byron area resident, the Superior cheese processing A two pound box of Kraft plant. The association stated the Velveetacheese spread was $1.39 milk supply was inadequate and at Superior's Jack and Jill Food their decision was final. Center. A tractor and a combine were The Crest Theatre was show- declared total losses because of Twenty Years Ago Daryl and JolineAllington, Su- The Crest Theatres was play- Local and state officials met perior, celehrated their 50th wed- ing "Up," starring Edward Asner with representatives of Mid- ding anniversary, and '~l'ransformers: Revenge of Glenn and JoAnne Edwards, the Fallen." . "- Hardy, celebrated their 50th wed- One Year Ago ding anniversary. Work was started on the cun- Clarence and Betty Sole, structionofaDollarGeneralStore Nelson, celebrated their 50th wed- in Superior.. ding anniversary. The City of Superior burn pit The Crest Theatre was show- remained elosed because of file- ing "Harry Potter and the Prisoner gal materials which were disposed of at the site. William Duane Wrench, 89, Department received this week advises that Kansas bullfrog will open July 1. I don't know if Kansas had a bullfrog season when I was ; up, but if it did, I didn' t pay any attention to it. I tried to catch frogs whenever and anyway that I could, but that is not to say I what about a snake? If I took time to study the eye spacing, the .element of surprise would be gone and the critter would have moved out of my grasp. I remember a former co-worker who told about coming home from a party one night and mistaking an opossum for her cat. The By Chuck I' m having a great time at rehearsals for"Henry died. He was an optometrist in .... : .i Superior for many years, - Site work was begun on the Mittan Superior East development of the. Aurora Co-op. The shuttle load- . cut for modem audiences. Shakespeare's plays, ing grain terminal was scheduled ~ i mght many. " opossum didn't like being caught by a well intentioned woman IV Part I," this summer's offering from if played uncut from the folio texts, would run to be ready for the 2014 harvesL- .. I was much more proficient catching the little toads that who wanted to bring it inside for the night. Shakespeare With Noodles, an innovative the- for about three hours. However, the Prologue of The Crest Theatre was playing ," abitedtheRepublicanRiverislands.Toadsaroundhomewereoff On a more serious note I was alarmed Monday evening to atretroupeinHastingsthatdoesallitsperformaces Romeo and Juliet contains the line "is now the "White House down" and ''World imitstome. Dad said they were too valuable as bug catchers to use learn City of Superior officials believe they have the right to outdoors in different parks. Saturday, however, twohours traffic ofour stage," which suggests WarZ." " The Pawnee Indian State His- catfish bait. Apparently along the river the bugs so outnumbered determineifahousevacantformorethanayearcanbereoccupied, all that's going to change; lines are due for the that the performance lasted two hours. This toric site at Republic hosted the the toads that he didn't think a few less toads would make a It was noted while discussing the more than 50 declared f'rrst half of the play, which means we will no would suggest that many of the lines in the folio RepublicanValleyMuzzleloaders /'n0ticeable difference, nuisancepropertiesfoundinapartialinspectionofthetownearlier longer be allowed to carry our scripts around and versions were cut for performance -- as they living history encampment of a I waded the river with a focus on the sandy island strips that this year, the enforcement officer is required to inspect a house read our lines, tend to be nowadays, fur traders rendezvous. devoid of vegetation. See a toad in the bare sand the race was vacant for more than a year before the house may be reoccupied. We must memorize them. Yes, I've memo- At any rate, she did not make Falstaff a small Cooperative Producers, Inc., 5n. An unlucky toad was destined to become catfish bait. Caught If it is determined the structure is not suitable for human habitation, rized lines for somewhere in the neigborhood of part. It is the second largest part. Prince Hal is Hastings, purchased the Deweese went into a metal minnow bucket, the inspector apparently has the power to order changes made or 50 plays during my lifetime, but after the last still the largest part, but just barely. Prince Hal and Oak elevators. The Crest Theatre was show- Catching toads wasn't as hard as keeping caught toads in even start the process to have the structure razed at the owner s time, I swore I woutdn't do it any more. Because will be played by a 14-year-old girl who has ing "After Earth" and "Star Trek: . When baiting bank lines and reaching into the bucket for a expense. Ihad an extremely difficult time with line memo- shown a lot of talent in the previous four years of Into Darkness." itoad, a deft hand was required to keep the rest of the toads from There are a number of houses in this town that I wouldn't rization. Like that play, which was about three Shakespeare With Noodles. At 14, her capacity - ' escaping. want to live in but I suspect the worst one is probably better than years ago, I have a large number of lines in this for memorizing lines will likely make me look Letter to Editor :: , I've not eaten frog legs many times but I remember them as the dugouts the early settlers lived in. summer s Shakespeare play. like the addled, 54-year-old man that I am ..... ?being good. I ate frog legs for the first time after my father purchased I sure the summer housing arrangements my grandparents In my college theatre department, we always While I am complaining about this at the next Editor: /a package at the Boogart's Store in Mankato. and their three sons had 90 years ago would pass the current sought the largest parts available. Prestige. Brag- rehearsal, I must remember to also ask why she I want to dispel some rumors . l Mother was not happy to find the frog legs in the grocery sack Superior test. That year grandfather purchased a new vehicle, a ging rights. When I agreed to play Sir John has scheduled Saturday rehearsal during the best which seem to be the hallmark of a Dad and I brought home from the store. She plainly reminded my Model T Ford truck chassis. He built a cab, and box and got a job Falstaff this summer, a cowardly, drunken former two hours of the week on NPR.,,When we pull up dying community. I own the Burr l f, ather that frog legs were not on the grocery list he had been asked hauling construction materials in Colorado s Big Thompson Can- knight, I was hoping the director would recog- to the park to begin rehearsing, Car Talk" is just Oak Activity Center which is the • fill. And furthermore, she was not interested in fixing or eating yon. The family lived in two surplus WWI tents. My father said it nize my advancing years and make Falstaff a beginn!ng. When we get in the car to come former White Rock School in' Burr Oak. The district library resides zhing that had been attached to a frog. was the best summer of his childhood--getting to camp out every - fairly small part in her cutting of the full script, home, Wait Wait ... Don t Tell Me" is just within the facility and for the past : SO I watched as Dad m!xed the batter, drenched the frog legs day. Another winter he chose to sleep on an open porch. Shakespeare plays are almost always severely ending. That seriously harshes my mellow, two years it has received free rent" flied them in my mother s cast iron skillet. I thought they were I'm not so sure about the porch, but I'm certain the tents were from me. I firmly believe that the " ' ious and set out to catch a mess of my own. , better than the years great-grandfather and his family proved up on' "! library is a valuable community as- At the beginning, I expected catching frogs wouldn t be much a homestead north of Franklin. Several of the youngsters were | "1 1"1a T set. ' born in the dugout located on that homestead. They didn't have .,PIJ g,L&&U.IL r .IL IJ l.& Recentlythelibraryboarddecid l • r than catching toads. I had observed lots of big frogs in nearby indoor plumbing, central air, electricity or a telephone But they B Gloria" .... unilaterally, that I couldn't bring my:' s and the slough. My plan was to just sneak up and grab a frog .... "- -- , • . y arman- cmaeni .... my bare hands. " .................. ..... had a dream. The dream cff making a better ife on the Macon • ..... . , v - ' . .. . . dog into theqibrary whiol 4. toolt .,:, issue with. I also five m.tla¢tmild~g. ~, Prairie nOlCtyour Horses. wr eat llarvest is now on and were just starting to look ahead to the wheat Thelibrary boardknows how impo g . All lever got while hunting flogs that way was chigger and " - .... holdv Rain, cloudy skies and cooler tempera- harvest Regardless of the rules we make, not every reslaent or _ " ... uito bKes along with wet and muddy clothes. I flied the hook ...... ; ...... i"- ,hrivin communit,, tures are not conclltlOnS to prompt harvesti g The rain will be ood on the newl lanted tant my dogs are to me but facts are ' ........................................ .... I} g Y P irrelevant (and I already conceded i method with the hook baited with a piece of red flannel ...... b ... i. .... ..... .... . ...... :. ...... ;:.wneat. llae day scheduled to begin harvestiflg mile, alfalfa, and the young soybeans Yet, it leaving one dog outside of the / YYg~ ~g;g~lN. LU ltaVg~ ~IIUUlU ll~Y~ [91a~ LUI [Jg~uplg~ ul ~ll ~.~JltVtlll~ W~ --. -- . • • • • • tly, the frogs in our neighborhood were either color blind or • • neat on tla s tarm now being delayed. All would be nice to start cutting the wheat crop. brary). But I have this odd notion ,: State University frogs and preferred purple. Go Big Red leveisAt that same council meeting, I listened as an inspector prepared for wheat harvestto begin, but now we The yield is unpredictable at this point; it's about the library board infringing on strike their fancy, employed by the city told a property owner his property was a wait. been noted the wheat stems are the shortest ever my private property rights, The combine is out of the mechanic's shop I never tried other methods but the parks and wildlife people public nuisance because it was providing a potential home to and awaiting the farmer's touch. The trucks have suggestions. Bullfrogs may be legally taken in Kansas by hook and line, dip undesirable critters. The owner countered with a report from a been serviced, tires pumped up or fixed, and now federal animal control officer. Reading from a letter, the owner gig, bow and arrow or crossbow. And my hand method is also saidtheonlysignstheinspectorfoundofundesirablecrittersliving they are parked and ready for use. Harvest menus . but I didn't execute it correctly. As suggested by the game on the property was an indication it was at least occasionally have been planned and the local grocery store has been visited. Cookies have been made and fro- ', I tried to quietly sneak up on the bullfrogs. I tried occupied by o ae or more bunny rabbits, Bunny rabbits are,corn- do so in ilae daylight, approached from land and chased the " m0n throughout the town and an eradication effort would probably - zen. Now the cook awaits her calling. into the water. The news release writer said, "If you are not be successful. While we get unhappy when the rabbits eat The farmer paces the floor and is silent as he up for challenge, the best method is to walk quietly through the plants growing in our vegetable gardens or gnaw on our Christmas " checks the weather report on the computer. He at night, shine a bright light along the bank.until a par of lights, they are something we must contend with. If harboring gazesoutthewindowatthesheetsofrainthatare appear. Temporarily blinded by the light, frogs can cottontails creates a public nuisance, we better shut down Lincoln falling. He is afraid to wish for the rain to stop, as be grabbed or netted." Park because deer frequent the park. there have been too many days when we prayed Not sure I would have had the courage to do that. I certainly When considering deer and cottontails, i'd much rather for rain to fall. He points out that at least there is had the courage to hand fish for I didn't like the thought of tangle with a mad cottontail no hail or strong wind to damage the wheat crop that is now ripened for harvest. something underwater that I couldn't see. There was so Our town has a number of ramshackle properties that need to much stuff in my frog infested water, I'm sure the net would have be removed and a number Of our citizens Should take more pride Some farmers began harvesting their wheat lgled while the flogs jumped away. in their properties and theircommunity. But the current effort to during the middle of last week, but in our area if I saw a pair of eyes shining in the dark, how would I know force a community standard is infringing upon our right as Ameri- only a couple of fields have been cut. Many are attached to? With time to study the spacing, I probably can citizens to own and maintain property, farmers had just finished planting their milo and feed, which was delayed because of wet fields, seen, but the amount of grain in the heads will As long as the library board is completely inflexible on this issue, .. not be fully realized until it begins to flow into especially considering that rent is" " the combine bin. Having an average yield would free, I'm terminating the agreement be appreciated, effective Nov. 1. So the library Will .. Weeds are beginning to peek out in places beclosingearlierthanthatinordert0 within some of the wheat fields. The farmer have everything moved out by Nov. hates to see this. Hopefully the wheat fields will 1. not have to be sprayed for weeds before harvest In other words via the wisdom of ~ the library board, banning my one ' begins, adding to the expenses, dog was far more important than : Farmers around here usually hope to be done having a library for the community , with wheat harvest by the Fourth of July, but not to mention the hypocrisy that if • with the recent rain and more being predicted in my dog was draped with a piece of - the coming days, it looks like this year's harvest cloth that said, "service dog," they could run past the holiday, couldn't have said a thing about it. If that is the best the community can With another look out the window at the rain, muster for a library board~ I guess the the farmer decides to turn his attention to the community doesn't deserve to have book work that has been piled up on his desk a library at all, at least not in my : since the milo planting began. The wheat harvest building, and certainly not for free. is at a stand still; there is nothing the farmer can Guy Daley do about it except wait. Burr Oak Activity Center LOVEWELL LAKE WORSHIP SERVICES Every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. through Labor Day Church Of The Nazarene 740 E. Seventh Office Phone 41)2-879-4391 Pastor Jeff Kimberly Sunday Fellowship ...................... I0 a.m. Morning Worship ........ 10:30 a.m. Women's Biby Study ......... 6 p.m. Transportation and Nursery www.superiomazarene.org • ,First Presbyterian Church Sixth and N. Central Superior, Neb. Phone 402-879-3733 SUNDAY Worship .................. 10:30 ann. Fellowship ............... 9:30 a.m. Rev. Mark Diehl, Pastor ) Formoso Community Church Nondenomina/iona/ Bible Teachin9 Pastor Gene Little Sunday School ........... 9:30 a.m. Worship Service ...... 10:30 a.m. Weekly Home Bible Studies 203 Balch Street, Formoso, Kan. • 785-794.2490 Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Pastor Rev. Breen Sipes • ST. PAUL LUTHERAN Hardy, Neb. Phone 402-279-32015 or 402-236-8825 Sunday Worship ......... 9 a.m. Fellowship Hour ........ I0 a.m. Sunday School. .... I0:15 a.m. First United Methodist Church Catholic Church Services St. Joseph's Church Superior, Neb. Rectory Phone 402-879-3735 Mass Schedule Dally Masses 7:30 am. Saturday ......... 6 p.m. Sunday ........... 8 a.m. Nelson Sunday ......... 10 a.m. Father Brad Zitek First Baptist Church 558 N. Commercial [[/~ Superior, Neb. • ~--"r~ Interim Pastor t'~ David Sherwood ~..~" Church 402.879.3534 Sunday Worship ................... 11 a.m. Wednesday Blble Study ................ 4 p.m. Jewell Trinity United Methodist Grace Community Evangelical Free Church of Sune'rior . ~ami ~v 423 E. Fifth Street Superior, Neb. Pastor David Johnson : Office, 402-879.4126 Sunday Sunday School ...... 9 a.m. Morning Worship 10 a.m. Prayer Time ........... 6 p.m. Afltlllated with the Evangelical Free Church of America Jewell Christian Church "A family you can belong to" 111 Main, Jewell Dan Daniels, pastor Church * 785-428-3657 Parsonage * 785-428-3323 Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Kids for Christ &Jr. High Youth Groups Wednesdays at 4:15 p.m. Webber United Methodist Church 448 N. Kansas Street Superior, Neb. Rev. Jocelyn Tupper Sunday Services Worship .... 8:15 & 10:30 a.m. Bible Study Thursday...9 a.m. Jim Rice, pastor Sunday Sunday School ........... 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship ... 10:30 a~m. m Webber, Kan. Office 785-361-2664 Res. 785-361-2070 Wednesday , Kids for Christ ............. 3:45 p.m. Sunday Worship ............. 9:30 a.m. Pastor Roger Walls Church of 118 S. Commercial Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3707 Sunday School ...... 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Thaddeus J. Hlnkle, Minister 785-378-3938 Calvary Bible Evangelical Free Church ~.~ 99 W. Pearl, Jewell, Kan. 785-428-3266 EFCA Wayne Felgal, Pastor Wednesday Prayer Meeting ........................ 7:30 Sunday Sunday School ................. 9:15 a.m. Sunday Worship Service. I0:30 a.m. Evening Service .................... 7 p.m. A0~aUed wah the Evangelical b'~ee Church of Amerlca First Community Church Oak, Neb. Phone 402-225-2284 Evangelical Lutheran Church 201 South Center Mankato, Kan. 785-379.3308 Living Faith Fellowship Word of Faith Church 315 N. CenU-al • Phone 402-879-3814 Sunday Worship Service .................... I0:30 a.m. Evening Service ........................... 5 p.m. (except 4th and 5th Sundays} ! 's..~ ",~4,,, ~ ~.k. ¢,.,,~ Adults and Children .................... 7p.m. Sunday Worship ................. 9:00 a.m. Sunday School ..... 10:15 a.m. Northbranch Friends Church ~hone 785-647-8841 • Located eight miles north of Burr Oak and two miles west. Sunday Sunday School ........... 10 a.m. Worship ...................... I 1 a.m. Kenneth Smith, Pastor "~irhere The Son Always Shines" Rock Solid Youth Group .............. 7 p.m. Radio Program. KRFS AM Sunday Morning ..................... 8:30 a.m. Jon Albrecht, Senior Pastor Patsy Busey, Associate Pastor United Methodist Churches Schedules for Sunday Schools and Worship Service Mankato Harmony ... Worship, 11 a.m. Sun. Sch., 9:45 a.m. Ionia ......................... Worship, 9:30 a.m. Sun. Sch., 10:30 a.m. Esbon ....................... Worship, 8:15 a.m. Burr Oak ................. Worship, 9.'~ a.m. Church of Christ 564 E. Fourth Street Superior, Neb. 402-879-4067 superiorchurcho chflst.org Salem Lutheran Church {ELC~I Highway 14 North, Superior, Neb. 402-225-4207 Sunday Sunday Forum and Sunday School .................... 9 a.m. Worship ............................. 10 a.m. Communion ....... 1st & 3rd Sunday Don & Margaret Olsen Interim pastors /3ua3 1 Radio Program KRb~ AM 1600 * Sttndn~j • 8 ~nl. Olive Hill David Watters Sunday Sunday School... 9:30 a.m. Worship ....... 10:30 a.m. Located five mtles south and two miles west of Superior Proclaiming Christ Since 187,6 Sunday Sunday School .... 9 a.m. Morning Worshlp 10 a.m. Sunday Prayer Meeting ..... 7:00 p.m. Bible Centered Nondenominational Jewel1 County Catholic Churches Summer (May-October) htt~://www~x.b00kcm/Su~ Dr. Jeff Collins, Minister Sunday (no evening services} Sunday School ................ 9:30 a.m. Worship Service .......... 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study for All Ages ...... 7 p.m. Centennial Lutheran Church {Missour/Synod} 855 N. Dakota Street, Superlw. Neb. P'aoae 4~-879-3 la7 ktm~lay Worship ...... 6:30 p.m. Sunday Worship Service 9 a.m. Sunday School-B/ble Class .......... l0 a.m. St. Theresa 320 N. Commercial, Mankato 785-378-3939 1st, 3rd, 5th Saturday. 6:30 p.m. 2nd, 4th Sunday .............. 10 a.m. Sacred Heart, Esbon Sunday ................................ 8 a.m. Pastor Father Joseph Kieffer Pastor Brian Earl Worship with us via live broodcast each Sunday on KRFS Radio Please call for additional worshlp and Blble study opportunltles. - " • " " - A