I WESTON , . WKSTO.V : Mr. and Mrs. Marion (Jill are home for an indefinite slay. Mrs. Ray llciisser and sons, f.lade and lilaine were Sunday vis llors here. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rose were Logan visitors Sunday. DeVVayne Tingey has been ill tho past week. Cordon Hurst, son of Mr. ""d Mrs Len Hurst is home for a short vacation from Weiser where he has been attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Wren Harris motored mo-tored to Richmond Sunday to visit with Mrs. Harris' parents Mr. and Mrs Harry Merrill. Rex Goldsborough, Jr., was home Sunday for a short visit. Mr. Golds, brough is employed at Grand Junction. Junc-tion. Mr. and Mrs. George nice and son, Clayne, of Pocatello, Idaho, called at the home of Mayle Hob-don Hob-don Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raynard Pearson of Cornish were Weston visitors Sunday. The Cache cafe has remodeled its place of business. Zenda Smith," daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith was taken ill during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jensen cf Fairview was in Weston Saturday. Mrs. Simmons is reported ,to in improving after an operation in a Logan hospital. Weldon Gill of Malad was a Sunday visitor at the home of his yarents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gill.