MARCH 24,1937 officials at his home at Crandon. After After the dinner, the group went to the theater. Letters were awarded to the first eight players on the squad, team managers and cheer leaders. Besides the players, those who attended attended were: Mac Palmor, Elizabeth Jesse, Jack Kolb, George Meyer, Ray Jackson and Principal E. T. Carey. Argentic Briefs. Mrs. George Palmer and daughters, daughters, Mae and Lorraine, shopped at Antigo.—Mrs. Henry Wickslrom and son, of Fence, spent the week-end with Mrs. Wickstrom's mother, Mrs. Hatlie Vrooman.—Thornton Schultz, of Rhinelancler, is spending his Easter vacation with his father.— Joe Meyer spent the week-end at Gladstone, Mich., with relatives.— Mr. and Mrs. John Novak, Mrs. Margaret Leahy, Mrs. Sam Goli and Frankie Hill were Rhinelander shoppers Monday.—Clarence Champion, Champion, of Eland, spent several days in town 'last week.—Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sparks have returned from Florida, where they hav.e spent the last several months. Mr. Sparks is back in his store here again.—Robert again.—Robert Elder, of Antigo, transacted business in town last week.—Robert Shorey, of Stevens Point, visited at the Krumm home.—Mrs. Henry Bell and daughter. Florence, of Rhinelander, Rhinelander, are visiting at the Krumm home.—Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jesse and Mrs. J. M. Jesse went to Madison. Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jesse have returned home, but Mrs J. M. Jesse will visit relatives for two weeks at Madison and Baraboo.— Clarence RadlifT and Dick Willison, who are in a CCC camp at Long Lake, spent the week-end at their homes here.— Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dufour, Mrs.. 'Joe Dufour, Allen, Betty, and Douglas Dufour were recent recent visitors at the Ted Dufour home in Oleason.—Ernest Ferdun visited relatives in Antigo Tuesday and Wednesday.—Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Steele are the parents of a daughter, born Sunday.—Mrs. Robert Robert McCorkle, of Pembine, spent Monday and Tuesday with her parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cardinal. —Robert Wedde is much improved after being gored by a bull on his farm two weeks ago.—Mr. and Mrs. Max Anderson and family left for their home in Iowa, after spending the winter with the latter's mother, Mrs. Abe Willison. All students seem to indicate that the work of students who maffy while in school is improved rather than hindered by their marriage.,-— Frank Gamel, Milwaukee psychologist, psychologist, approving the marriage of students in college.