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from page 1 I will be required to ;ation at the casting their bal- ve the option to orvote early in the Precinct primary election, Barnett com- mented. Barnett emphasized that there will be no changes to the pre- cinct boundaries and the county will continue to have 13 pre- cincts. The same number of del- nmary egates will remain the same to the county and state assemblies unless the political parties change them. The following chart explains the cost of 2002 election by pre- cinct. Total Cost # of ~ Registered voters ___~__~729.40! 242 391 279 228 # of people i cost per i cost per who voted i registered i actual I voter ! voter I vte cast i l z3J $2.zl; $4.36 1401 $2.97 $4.83 257 278 166 .... _ sl .s4 $345.60 $819.30 $158.91 $821.65 387 54 145 176 63 43 320 l l 233 ...... 32 52 117 2OO $2.72 ?l ~4"59 $1.97 $3.27 $1184i $19.98 $4.87! l$13o57 $4. 3 $6.21 $8.87 ....$18.63 $8.04! $12ao $2.56i .. $4,1_Q0 $2.18i $2.18 $2.781 $2.78 Ray Brown, 36 of felony 14yearsold by Nancy Randolph, Weather Service Weather observed ~24hours. L Wind Prec 18 32 20 .00 197954 22 26 .00 12 .00 35 57 21 22 .00 62 23 30 .00 23 74 24 77 3M77 25 .00 22 .(D 0.49 The complaint was filed in Lincoln County Court March 18 and Brown's bail was set at $50,000 for allegedly assaulting a 7-year-old girl. Bob Watson, deputy district at- torney, said that law enforcement in Lincoln CountywiU vigorously pros- ecute any allegations of sexual sault, which ks one reason the num- ber of cases has increased this year. At the March 22 meeting, the board of directors of Roundhouse Preservation, Inc. {RPI1 voted to apply for a $25,000 State Histori- cal Grant to finish the masonry work off the Union Pacific Roundhouse. Edna May Riordan, 80, for- merly of Hugo, passed away March 23, 2004. Funeral ser- vices will be Friday, March 26 at the First Congregational Church of Flagler at 1 p.m. Dick Bolton of Limon, passed away March 23, 2004. Funeral services are pendmg. RPI will match the grant with $5,000 so the work can be fin- ished. The board will then begin raising money so the next phase of work can begin -- that of re- placing the roof. According to the historic assessment, the roof will cost an estimated $450,000. THURSDAY, MARCH ~'5, 2004, K~TERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN -- PAGE 3 Manon Bucklen to the classroom to teach a busi- ness class, a subject that she had Marion was the daughter of not taught before. It was impor- Samuel and Eva Rehm, born Au- rant to her to be knowledgeable gust 26, 1916 on the family farm in the subject she was teaching nearEads.Shehadanolderbrother and she drove to La Junta several Allen, an older sister Mary, and a nights a week to take business younger brother Samuel. classes. This experience was so She loved school and was a rewardingthatshecontinuedfull- goodstudent.ln 1929 Manon was time teaching at Karval School a winner of the Kiowa County for many years, followed by more spelling bee and attended the years of substitute teaching. state contest in Denver, repeat- Manon enjoyed many activi- ing the accomplishment made ties, includingreadingandcross- four years earlier by her sister word puzzles. She wasa member Mary. Years later she enjoyed of the Karval Nazarene Church seeing four of her grandchildren and participated in community participate in state spelling bees. organizations, including Lincoln Manon graduated from Fads County Cowbelles. She espe- High School in 1933 and went on cially enjoyed Friendship Circle to Colorado State College of Edu- and was honored recently as a 50 cation where she got her B.A in year member. She was a pie education. She then taught school baker without equal. in Eads and Cimarron, Kansas. She was preceded in death by After Manon married Jimmy her parents, her brothers, Jimmy Haynes on Nov. 26, 1944, they Haynes and Bernard Bucklen. lived in the Karval community She will be missed by her chil- and had a son Greg and daughter dren and grandchildren, Greg and Terrill. Jimmy died in 1950, and lacy Haynes, Ethan and Hillary; Manon and her two children Terry and Dennis Walker, Brady moved to Gila Bend, Arizona. and Ashley; Mary and Dan Shetaughtschoolthereforayear, Merewether, Marion, Katie, and and then the family moved to David; and by her sister Mary Phoenix, Ariz. where she taught Forsyth, and by Arlene Rehm, Bob for another three years, andVeldaBuclden, BettyLeeBafley, In 1955 Manon married Ber- Louise and Leslie VonSeggem, Vir- nard Bucklen, and moved from ginia and Miller Reese, Christine Arizona back to Colorado and Binder, Helen Bucklen and many Karval, where daughter Marywas nieces and nephews. born. Manon retired from teach- Funeral services were held ingunti11965 when she rett the Ka__rval School. Iroat clumttt idm mmW Qre. ommunications LLC 719-765-4481 Two Looking for a better location to house FIRST your money ? We're the neighborhood bank that believes a , successful relationship is a two-way street. 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