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April 11, 1974

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Eastern Colorado Plainsman, Thursday, April 11, 1974, Pa~ Editorial bout i 7- - --' ~ ' Mr n Mrs Sert,ing Lincoln County (zhd~-a~t-Central Colorado since 1912 ' -~-- .... -- erneptive to I V n'a .,pn~en vi, f,d Pear e accompanied . ad Salt Lake City. (Legal newspaper for Lincoln County, ............... r o Town of Hugo, Town of Arriba, and _~taah Frldav mornino Floyd Elhott to Colo ad Mr. and Mrs. Jack tseman ......... . - 7- . r he " " Mr~ Mary Overman after SpringsThursday whe e s were in Colorado Sprmgs BLUE CLIFFCHURCH CONGREGATIONAL Town of Genoa) The local pool hall has been voluntarily closed for ............. m Second class postage paid at Hugo, Colo. 80821 " ~ k "- Denver and s n Mr and Mrs. Mac Mattics Saturday guests in the Cecil Chur,ch Services Arriba, Colorado Published weekly by the Betz Publishing Co. inc., Lamar, Colo. over a week now, and some say the change has been for visitin'~ her sister and famil,, consulted her eye doctor. Thursday on business, ainsman CHURCH OF CHRIST: went Dac SO " " re l~arval, c;oloraQo Fred M. Betz Jr., Publisher Ava Betz, Editor the better. There seems to be fewer beer cans strewn in ,.= h~.,,.., there for eve and children, Denver we Perry home were old Rev Erwin Kiel Pastor ROv. Frank McCall ForI II~ IlI t"AI=~I["Jl~ [1AL ~_~lLiAgaveneWS'prayersuiINALadvertising'of, ,irepentance"Tfll~ ~J~ ..... ~fl)l iI~ ~V,I~Iii!il lland subscriptionS,m e mb e r f~30L0PJ~D 0--='~'7"-'~~~ ~< call: "~it ~ ~" theout,for streetSrecreationaCCordmgto jacBOardand onenW teamWehaVeo to1908turntheOn OUryear OwnbeforeradiOhis "(DollY)ustArlineMr. "orandSteinkandMrs MrS.vernaMrs.ShirlelsownanNOrmanEorbesand ~_ Funeral~ services wereArribaheld accountingof his church and of the Arriba" ' at " Blair Business" WOand . ". --' Ling Cemetery.] a.m. -- sunday sch~~l~.l~ ~i ~!i :!!! ~~i 911~iliI~ a.m. -- S untidy divine worf~l'P. , Laura Solze, Hugo 743-2371 next door rather than listening through the walls to the Hours -- Monday through Friday, 9-12 a.m., and 1-5 p.m. jukebox of our neighbors. The Limon night marshal complains, we have heard, CHURCH OF. THE, NAZA I~11~1~1 News and Advertising Deadline--Monday, 5 p.m. that all the troublmakers have now drifted into his Limbn, Co|oraC]o :~ Ray Keith Pastor } MEMBER baliwick, so it would seem the demands voiced at the Corner of Sixth and H A~'| IM~.~'N, 10 a.m. -- Sunday scl~O~.~ IN M j last Town meeting have been met and the "Pool phone 775-2142 .I; CAIil ~r. uIRiin~Lint_r~;~q;/~(r~RESS A.t_i0ClATl~_ONi Hall Problem , has been solved, mother, Frances ag . *,-~ ~-,~;o ,^,=*,,~ ...... n resident dies in xz a.m.- sunday worship a.m.--Morningworship;5~ IS(;I r,~;~ i back home after .... =' ~-' ................ ~irnl~n= Pr~ch service; 9:30 a.m. -- Sunday school Sunday NYPS meeting. 6 p.e,~ FI~OI~ i!~ !J~ ~_ What now? '-~.~." ~ _ ...... t=e Stratton Fr day to keep doctor "-~" ........... in Parish Hall Sunday evening. 7 p.11~ Association- Founded 1885 ~~} LincolnCommunity Hospital appointments. Mrs. Joe (Lillian) Murphy of Thur~ay. ~rayer meeting.--~ Our own observation has been that Hugo young spenomg severa~ oay~ m, . . . ....... " Mr and Mrs. Ed Rathe and rural Hugo rece wed word that ST ANTHONY OF PADUA and worship with US. t~1~ Current subscription rates -- $6 per year in Colorado; $8 per people are now doing more standing in doorways, out ~e MriS reelingand MrsmUcnMattDe~erKontour "'Mr. ano" .......... r~rs. Hoyo bmim nave her 'browne" r and wife, Mr. and"CATHOLIC CHURCH ~ON~IG year elsewhere in the United States; per copy 15c on sidewalks and, when the weather is bad, retreating and son Edward were" dinner been enjoying a visit from their Mrs. Matt Paulson Jr. of San Hugo Colorado I,~I fu;~t~t MAILING ADDRESS -- P. O. Box 98, Hugo, Colo. 80821 to the laundromat. "There s nothing to do!" is a " of Mr and Mrs Gus stepfather, Roy Eldridge, Fernando Valley, Ca., died Hey. James i~. Morgan, Pastor CHURCH OF THE NAZARI~! ~=eno~'urnit Karval, Colorado .,Is| Geno, ----'----- frequent comment, and we believe, a justified one. gues[s . . " " Kansas, the past week. instantly when their private _ Phone 74,3-2373 . . Rev. Charles Bush, Past~. '~.~_ .... World Day of Prayer observed ,. all the righteous anger generated at the Town S[a~b-Mnn:sYsterlin--ndMrs Mrs. Velma Palmer enjoyed plane crashed as they ~p.nn.--baturQayevenmgMass. 9:45 a.m. -- Sunday r~t~J._~'-~-- .~ ~: ~9 ..... 9 =" ce" a surprise birthday celebration attempted to land at the San . a.m. -- Morning wor~iD; 6:30~.~VE I~ ...... .~., ~..,, ~. or her olr[noay on r~onoay a oo a trport Friday **~tT~r~ ARI~TI-It'~r"tlqT The Word Day of Prayer the program. All present joined meeting all the suggestions seemed to be aimed at ~us b~aa~ wsiteo Mrs t-ran s ......... Fern n' " --p.m.NYPS-- Eveningand worshiD.Asutt StudY. ~ ~lbs.U~a was observed in Hugo on in prayers of dedication with suppression of one thing or another. No one offered Ph~fl~. u~ u~y ,==2.w~,,,~ ..... when her brother George andevening. The co-pilot was also ................... =n~, nd IVIrs Cecil Per went to ~usseH uwen with their wcves, KHtea. CHURCH i Lock Friday afternoon, Aprl 5th at Rev. Kiel giving the final any alternatives to the activities everyone objected to. Mr and Mrs. t-loyo ~-i tot~ ................ the United Methodist Chu'rchprayer. Mrs. Elsie Casteel and No alternatives have come forward yet. Loloraaoa. "" bprlngs- " onrY ousmess" " Lonomont.% ., and her son ..... Robert The Paulsons four children Hugo, Colorado TRINITY LUTHERAt( last Wednesday ano ram=ly came ~or pruner are being cared rot by his Hey. Erwin Kiel, Pastor with Catholic and Lutheran Mrs. Ave Or,ell ,were ushers. . There is a limit to the time and attention school and Mr -nd Mrs Jim Rile- and with her. M-s. Ethel Pearsonmother, Mrs. Joe Slocomb of arng:45Sau~a--mSUrndanY SC~r~l; 11 CHURCH 'i members also m attendance Refreshments were .servee (Missouri Synod) einke was an afternoon caller K~ g n Az ' numbering approximately by Mrs. Ray Sellon and Mrs, school-related activities can or should claim from-the o r n rna " "- Y ~ o s i~. s children and Shirlev St , - p.m. -- Sunday Senior H~gh UMYF. Genoa, Colorado J ....... f " 9 a.m -- Sunday spry ce l(}! forty women. Mrs. Henry E~ nest Hall. Mrs. Roy Sellon life of a young person. Expecting the local educational ....... ^,,,.. ~=.;,~__ . er~ Mrs. Henry Weste man te t Funeral serv ces vii be he d 7 p.m. -- Wednesday choir Westerman was in charge of was unable to be present on institutions to carry thesole burden of occuppying the !!il~e~dYe V~otM~nhAdelr~ ~l~e~ghP~atn~d wedSnaend~ernand n pract e arrangements and acted as account of illness, attention of Hugo's youth is an unworkable solution to eV~o'r~.V'~tardSsmwtehr: u~ U"IIII aries leader in the fine program A brief business meeting ofthe boredom problem,. If for no other reason than it h which had the theme "Make Usthe United Methodist Women Norbert Sauer and Betty Builders of Peace". She was was conducted by Mrs. Casteel does not operate year round, as it did not operate this Ann of Boulder were Sunday EN Y E K MP ~ assisted by five women who and decision was made to hold week because of Easter vacation, guestsof Norbert'smother D HIS WA IN E . , education majoring in Windsor, Co.; seven brothers her son, of Matheson, , a rummage sale in May. We are not saying that the citizens of Hugo do not Elizabeth Sauer_e, sisters: tier Anderson of brother, William E. JohnY:~ Mrs Jewel Mohan Pre5 dent ~ have the right to pro, test what they consider to be a bad Berthod Co a son-in-la~ , SCHOOL SLATE Y Saturday, April6, 1974 for College in Colorado Springs Genoa, William Anderson of daughter i'n law S~ Altar Rosary Society, gave the ..... -..- ~ influence on their children. We merely suggest that now Jason were among those Dennis Wayne Kemp in the and was a member of Phi Theta Sheldon, He., Mrs. Elvena grandchildren " and message "Make Us Builde,s of .. ~prn ,~, il~/ ~ ~,n~tarweetll would be a good time for some positive action to fill attending .the boy scout Zion Lutheran Church in Pi fraternity. Edwards, and Mrs. Mary great-grandchildren. Peace" with members of her L)evelopmen~ =~.ou~ group taking part in unison be at Hugo4 ....... the gap left by the lack of a pool hall so that the jamboree Friday. Flagler with the Rev. John After serving two years in Holdenby, of Boulder, Mrs. Services were held fro~ readings. Mrs. Harold Kravig of~prt~ .~/.-~ b~udent Lounc~ alternative is not boredom or, worse, a turn to sources Vernice .Elhott and Ella Luttvrish officiating. Dennisthe U. S. Army Dennis was Clara Anderson of Denver, Mrs. First Baptist Church in Belveal visiled Grace Warren,~ied Wednesday Anril 3 1974 a w a r d e dt h e A r m yAlice Seymour of Mesa, Az., ........ f Co. Burial in the ~ the Lutheran Church read meeting, ~,l~ Larson.. . of trouble that might not be so easily solved. Friday afternoon, in Colorado General HospitalCommendation Medal. He and Theodore Anderson o j appropriate passages of April 19 .... Acmevemen~ The youth of Hugo need some place to go for Mrs. Thelma Hobson was a from extensive injuries received returned to Arribain 1963and Golden, Co. Scripture. Mrs.Wayne Hash Tes!ing. _ ......... Songs were: "How t was organist and hymn singing ~pril 2u.. ~. L~s~r~c~ ,-r~ entertainment, or to hang out, or to meet others. In our Thursday luncheon guest of in a propane truck accident worked with his father, There are thirteen grand thou Art", "Going Dotw~~ was interspersed throughout Jamboree. /~H ~ay:. .... opinion, by leaving them out on the streets we are Mrs. Verna Bowhan. five weeks ago. He was 35 Donald, farming and managing children and several neices and Valley", "It is no Secretd :. -~ Mr. and Mrs. Jay Forbes, veers old the Kemp Service and LP gasnephews. ~=~== -==::: = =.-" asking for problems, not solving them. Julesburg, spent the weekend - Dennis was born April15 dealership. He continued the Mrs. Wolf was preceded in GOdKayeCanMullenaxDO." Singerand waS~or~ visiting her cousin, Mrs. Verna 1938, in Arriba to Donald andbusiness to service the Arriba death by three brothers and was Mrs. Edward Acheson. ~_=]~ EARLY HUGO HOT TIMES-- Bowhan. They were in Denver Bertha Kemp. He was the community and surrounding onesister. Pall bearers were Cladl on business and made this a firstborn of the couple's sixcommunities after his father's - . i Hendr=cks, Perry HeltO~,~ FOR Standefer, Burton Hass," II~t~,~ ~)~ ~ .~ (Continued from page one) side trip, coming Saturday children He was baptized and death in 1968. MRS. E. O. BELVEAL but the guy who sat on the " the tank on end to get it to morning and returning Mondayconfirmed into the Immanuel Through the years Dennis Weber, and C. D. Moore.~ bump ~-was a little stretched " " qw I ~,: work and everythm ou d morning via bus. Lutheran Church in Arriba. had become an active member Mrs. E. O. Belveal (Gladys ' .... k |I~ hi " burn down anyhow" Dennis attended the Minerva Johnson) 75 years, 3 Friday, April All was not work for the f~r One of the worst es in Hobson and Terry, Karval, were Public Schools graduating from community, months }.5 days, passed away firemen hwever Smetimes H ao Iseman said occured in supper guests f Mrs" Verna high school with the class f, f u, , , Dennis is survived by hisat Eisenhauer Hospital in thru ~~ houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Jay -- Gary and Bruce- three esters, illness She was born at Mason Monday, April I volunteers would take a cart to family moved to Hugo The Bowhan and with her 1955. He continued his mother, Bertha; two brothers, Colorado Springs after a long ~ //)~,~ M~ ~,'1 .... sectin f Main Street frm Frbs" In0Al' IINIIIII'III'I' Julia Kathrine 'and Sherry' a City "la" Dec" 19' 1898" The .... ~ i~i~~ .,,~ one end or l~am Street and what is now Kay's Korner ' " grandmother, C ara; and manyon y daughter of Dr. and Mrs. , T ~ ~ ~ ~ . . another team would take a cart Store to the First National guest~ ofMrs: Verna Bowhan ~ * = many relatives and friends. ' R.S. Johnson. II to the other end. The carts Bank was razed to the ground,were Mr. and Mrs, Eddie ASS'. ~''S ~,e "For All the Saints Who Soon after her birth the , i,:: i i~: ~' ;~ s. Jay Fo bes, Julesburg, Mr. Ark~nsa< Water Mananement "GlorioUs Things of Thee Arestate where they resided until would race towards the middlet started at the lumber yardConnelly Ordway Mr and ,=u nwn~r~ in /nwer From Labors Rest" and family moved to Washington = ' ~lr ~ r ' ' " W .................. of town and the f=rst team to ~tuat d ~ ~', ! i~ [~ [ I'' I which at that time wass e hook up its hose woud on that block and Mrs~ Ke~th BOwhan and Association area a,e reminded Sp0keri":were fiymns sung by theyi moved to. Limon, Co. " IIII: ' "~" " r '""~ ~e r, ....... ,,v ........... i~erna' Lonnellyhv ~rd Of Directors that~ the coh~jregation at the service. About a year later the family Dell'$ R S|il'tl.."tl'll p "ll'lll !!i~eam wit waTe w ~aeTeeI' Or nose wltn ine Tank . _ ......n ji~o!i u~il~esl~i!M~,nL~i~i! ePr~neci~g~b YY~t~?] !' ~U[~mat~!~!ita~Tg:~s~l !~!i~o~nt cLS(ii )B Gv~ ~fd~ e 13a }~ our OW'~ ente ta n n build ng wh ch is now the (Violet) are cousins arld also -' , ..... ~ ~Cas~-'-* ~-~=rers were Kei*h ~-,.,+~--,f~;,~,~-, ........ vavmen~ o, ~ssoc~a~on dues - ......... ,,y~-,~,,,~,,- FLII~ \~ those days " semen chuckled .. -~bf *he c~tern Colorado ...... " ._ ."for 1974, without a 20 I~er , E~oN, Harvey Dumcum, Gall In "1919 Glad~s~rfiarried E. OUT! ~ Fhe first equipment m town .... .~ &,t~;=,=;,-~=,~ ~, p~l ~[ nap ue~n many years [na[ c~nt npn~ltv In view of the~;l~'~;;t~t~;=::::~tatlit~: " Shull, O/ Be~e~T and to this union ' k Pla,,,~,,~,, ,,,~ ~,,-,,.~,,- ~,~ ......... i" was a 30 gallon chem, cal tan Woolrid~e Ot~e:~ .Jack~,' first the three women had been :~r+ "iime "involved to avoidii Ronald ,..B#.enL~ and Roland. two c_hild[en were born. i ; WALT D~SNEY of soda acid which never ,=-" . .. ".~' :-~ cz-~--,,-- .... i : i' I proved too effecti, ve at fighting ~he%r;aesndr o;eg~!~'~!u~ge h .O~CT,ONS fires he saict,:~l~ere were 100 ..... :.,_ ,~L_....~. Sef "becBOarda ?ng; . . . _ -~: . ...... DUlIOIng, wnlcn wa~J t~a I;~ ~u =,-~ ~t ' : ' ?:" Firemen woutd race with the as aAgr?c;ryes~O:~e vv~as ~i:d to Mr and Mr/ o.,,.~. Dr ....... As previously announced, g " , i ==".~'1 ~=0=.* ~ i " ": ' ~. .... ~, ........Y ,=,=~ f ......h=r, h~sed : ............ :~-:------ .~ The Belveals spent most of :HNICOI tank to the scene of a fire, tip ...... ~ ........ ~.,,-, ho ~,~ M ............................. v ............... onaay and VlSITeQ Mr. and .......... :.. _, ..... .~.,. , ~. ..... -r,-,..^c^Wr~LF their life farming and raising '"'~='~'~"' ~. t.e,eu,ate L,~ ~F"=''"'~, "~ ..... Mrs Roy Russelland were or, .,_~r.ivi LdpaLIty Ut ,t~LU~U~L~ L~UUI3E..iUIVI/-'~,-)/-'~ v . and a jeweler who had his overni-ht " of Ver wells shown on computer ' cattle in the area southwest OT office on the balcony of the~. _ g p r i n t - o u t s f u r n i s h e cl Louise Tomasa Wolf, aged Limon and in the Kutch area store stood on the balcony and ~ownan. Association by State Engineer's 78, formerly of Hugo, died near Central o Church. In AND COW POKES By Ace Reid "We can't guarantee quality beef, but we'll shore grade high on tough stomachs and hard feet[" C3UR EXPERIENCE GIVES US THE KNOWLEDGE AND QUALIFICATIONS NEEDED HELP YOUl COME IN AND TALK OVER YOUR NEED -- ASK FOR ANY LOAN OFFIclER".HE WILL HELP YOUl played harmonica music for Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jones, office or your actual Friday, March 29, at Eventide October of 1961 they moved the squaredancers. Mrs. Anna Schneider and Mrs. Jack went on from there, Marguerite Swennes visited in but we'll save his other stories the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack of Hugo for a later time. Swennes and family, Denver on Sunday. They also called on old friends, Mr. and Mrs. John Ormond. Two confirmed at Mrs. Cecil Per r.y Lutheran church Dean Von Seggern and Catherine Bailey were confirmed into the Holy Cross Lutheran Church Sunday in services conducted by the Rev. Oberliter. A basket dinner was held by the congregation in their honor in the parish hall after the services. LaVerne Fischer, Rep. 438-5852 Order your monuments now to be assured of gettin! before Memorial Day. BIRTH Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ernst, Portland, Or., are the proud parents of twin girls born April 5. Jennifer Lydia weighed six pounds and Kristin Kathtene weighed seven pounds three ounces. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bud Boetger, Hugo. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ernst, Colorado Springs, and one great grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dean of Arriba became the proud parents of a baby boy born April 2. 1974. Eric Thomas weighed 8 Ibs. 6 ozs. and was 21 inches long. M r. and Mrs. Robert Greenwood of Stratton became the proud parents of a baby girl born April 4, 1974. Bobby Jo weighed 6 Ibs. 4~/z ozs. and was 19~/z inches long. ~l~ O O ~II~O O O O e ~I' O'Q O O O Q1 AND YOUNG AT HEART adjudication records in GPM or CFs. If adjudication capacity records are used, this information must be furnished with payment of membership dues, as it is not available in the local office. Wells were grouped and' rates set as follows: 0 to 450 GPM, $25 per well. 451 to 900 GPM, $50 per well. 901 to 1350 GPM, $75 per well. 1351 to 1800 GPM, $100 per well. 1801 to 2250 GPM, $125 per well. 2251 and up, $150 per well. Your actual recorded rates for your well or wells is the only basis on which membership dues are being accepted by the Board of Directors. So it is important in submitting membership dues to make sure you have made payment on your correct recorded capacity of your wells. Otherwise, your payment cannot be accepted. Some ding-dongs believed that drinking from a bell would cure stuttering! Nursing Home in Windsor, Co., where she had been a patient since January 1-974. She had been in failing health for six months She was born in Minnesota, December 12, 1895 and came to Colorado in 1906 with her family. She attended school at Genoa. She was married to Charles Grant Wolf in Colorado Springs, Dec. 16, 1919, and lived at Hugo for many years where Mr. Wolf was employed by the Colorado Highway Dept. He retired in 1952. Mr. Wolf passed away on Nov. 29, 1957, and Mrs. Wolf continued to reside in Hugo until about two years ago, then she lived in a nursing home in Ft. Collins until she entered the Evantide Nursing Home in Windsor. She was a member of The Methodist Church, the V. F. W. Auxiliary and the Rebecca Lodge in Hugo. She is survived by one son and two daughters: Conrad, of Corpis Christi, Tx., Mrs. Lois Ball of Rapid City, S. Dak., and Mrs. Nancy Spirek, of to Simla and retired. Two different times the Belveals had a public sale and moved to a different state only to return to Colorado after a few months. "Once in 1928 they went to New Mexico, and in 1933 they moved to Arkansas. Mrs. Belveal is survived by her husband (Bob) of Simla, ~ Her daughter Peggy) of \ Laurence Covey, signalman in North Platte, Nebraska. / Sing a Song of Joy... Let's renew our faith, refresh our feelings of love and brotherhood this Easter. Let's sing praise and give praise for all the blessings and graces shown to us every day of the year. PO n*I We can handle it. the Union Pacific raikoad people