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Page 4, Eastern Colorado Plainsman, Thursday, April I 1, 1974 I ROBERT THURMAN IS ON THE MAT under a Burlington wrestler in the picture below, competing in the 63 Ibs. division. Gary Yowell placed first in his weight at the tourney, Kevin Thurman, Randy Davis and Jackie Coates placed third in their weight classes. On April b, I~ou DdHUy ~v,.~,, 20 boys to Cads for a Jr. Olympic wrestling tournament. There were two' groups of boys ..... the third and fourth grades, which included Jackie Coates 60 Ibs; Richard Rector 60 Ibs Jack Nelson 65 Ibs; Wayne Tullis 65 Ibs; Jason Umphrey 70 tbs; Donald Franek 70 Ibs; Ronnie Bezona 74 los, and Oarry Cooley 78 los, all in the third grade. Fourth graders taking part were John Mohan 68 Ibs; Andy Stang 71 Ibs; Lynn Yowell 72 lOs, and Kenny Franek 74 Ibs. In the fifth and sixth grade division participants were Dan Hubbell 76 Ibs, Robert Thurman 63 Ibs, Wayne Gilden 59 lbs, and J. D. Franek 86 Ibs, all in the fifth grade. Those in sixth grade were David Mohan 73 tbs, Randy Davis 77 Ibs, Kevin Thurman 87 Ibs, and Gary Yowell ~b0 Ibs. There were over 350 boys from all over Eastern Colorado taking part. I tu',,.JU lllu ,',./ul u~.~y,,~ 1,4,u~.;.. Ill the tournament. Gary Yowell took first place in his weight division, Kevin Thurman, Randy Davis, and Jackie Coates placed third in their weight classes. Bandy feels the boys had a good time and gained a lot of knowledge and experience at the tournament. The boys were up at 5:30 a.m. and were not home until 10 p.m., so they had quite a full day. Hopefully the boys will be ably to enter the tournament again next year, Bandy said. tinda Riley LC scholarship Linda J. Riley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Riley of Hugo, has been awarded a vocational scholarship to Lamer Community College. Dr. Cart O. Westbrook, president of the college, announced last week~ The scholarship" i~ for the 1974-75 school year. Tab5 s8 for both da Guns, Coin Anti Indian Artifacts BUY, SELL or TRADE II or write Jim Webb Jim Sorenson Karval, Co. 80823 Karval, Co. 80823 446-3153 446-3548 IIVAP'JAF'BdWAr'J,B:dr'Ar, dVAF'JAKO'AF'AVAP'ArJJHJ~ Rat Wall 1974 sil gallon of TU Wallhide now uses the exclusive Microflo process. OBSERVING THE OPPOSITION, Wrestling Coach Bob Bandy, Bob Umphrey, and the Hugo Hugo s turn On the mat in the Junior Olympic Tournament at Eads. Four Hugo wrestlers tournament out of 24) from Hugo who at.tended the event. HOSPITAL AUXILIARY The Lincoln Community Hospital Auxiliary met at 7:30 p.m., April 4, 1974 in the dining room at the hospital. President Gladys Weeder opened the meeting and 16 members answered roll call. Connie La Borde and Mildred Kiel were also present and M i l dred Kiel joined the Auxiliary. Other new members who joined but were not present were: Margurite Sweenes,Mary E. Widhalm, Frances Phagan, Esther Johnson,Genoa, and Jeannette Moss, Ftagler. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved as read. Treasurer, Irene Palmateer gave the treasurer's report. The Auxiliary voted to put new glass in the kitchen windows and also. buy new drapes for the kitchen Treasurer, Irene Palmateer reported she had received more money to help pay for the bedspreads for the new addition to the hospital. No further business the meeting adjourned to reopen May 2, 1974 at 7:30 p.m. wrestlers awatt placed in the COLUMBINE 4-H CLUB NEWS The Genoa Columbine 4-H Club meeting was called to order by president Bill Borders, on March 25, 1974, at 7:00 at the Genoa School cafeteria. After the pledge to the flag, ted by Jimmy Anderson, the roll call was taken, and the meeting was started with the question of when to have our Community Pride Project Day. It was decided to have it on the same day as the Lions Club's clean up day. We also decided to have our tour in June, so Sponges clean with'just soap and water. ~..~. ,,,~lt~ttll~,,,, Stains, spots and normal household di(t clean up easily Starts out bright and stays that way washing after washing. . ...... Glides on smoothly and easily. Brushes and rollers require only soap and water cleanup. , -~~- Get back a silver dollar when you buy ~= ~A,=,. . ..11.. I~. __ ~ (Silver dollar offer applies only = )~$, G UtIIIUII L~~;..~ .,%~_ a gallon. to Wallhide when bought at retail prices.) -- ~ New Microflo Wallhide paints. Available | == from these specially trained paint experts, plUS llnllnO "" n', D 'imo Colo. that help could be given. Rural KOUNTRY KIDS RURAL Life Sunday is May 19, 1974, LIVESTOCK 4-H CLUB and we will try to attend the Limon Full Gospel Church, asKountry" Kids had a a group on this date. After the swimming party at the Flagler books were handed out the School indoor swimming pool meeting was adjourned, the last part of March. Guests After the meeting Roberta and families were invited. Most Moore gave a wonderful talk of the boys enjoyed a rousing Mrs. Jewell Mohan, second high and traveling was won by Mrs. Anna Stang and Mrs. Ellen Webster received low. Jello salad with strawberries and topping, salted wafers, candy and nuts were served by the hostess at the end of play. The Easter motif was in evidence and showed slides of her trip to baltgame, and next time maybe and all seemed to have an the Netherlands. We would like they'll let the girls' play. enjoyable time. to thank Roberta for her time, Reporter and also the other community Roger Davis and Mile High 4-H members for ..t- Nail coming and for helping with GOLBEN:AGECLUB DeS the refreshments that were . ., -, served after the presentation. The Gol'aen~Age group met Reporterat t l~e~te[~q~l Tuesday April Harvey Martin 2. )For' "their r'egulargame of LINCOLN COUNTY pitch. Helen Foraker wars short course COWBELLES winner of high score and Dorothy Vandergrift. second Saturday, April 27, ~974, is h~gh. Ethel Hawkins and Ilia thedate of the Lincoln County Hansen were hostesses serving Cowbelles ~"garage Sale," to be cinnamon ro Is, jelio, coffee held from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30and tea.'. p.m. at the Hugo Commuhj~ty .... Building (Golden A~)' across FRIDAY PINOCHLE CLUB from the post offi(~e in HugO; Co. Officers have received word that many C0wbelles are in the proCeSs of "spring cleaning" thei~ youngsters' closets, which means there. should be a fine ~election"of merely ' outgrown clothihg: at this sate, in addition to a variety of usable items found around the home. Assisting Saturday morning will Cowbelles Fritzi Masher and Cecile Igou, with Ethel Pearson and Gladys Everett working in the afternoon. President Erma Schafer and her assistants plan to be on hand at the building the preceding Thursday afternoon, April 25, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.rr~ Cowbelles from Hugo or surrounding areas who wish to do so may bring in their articles at this time. All members are reminded to price their items themselves before delivery. Distant Cowbelles may bring their items on Friday, April 26, which is the date of the regular monthly 'meeting. Members will be notified as to exact time and place of the meeting. Reporter Elaine Davis Mrs. Verna Bowhan hosted the Friday Afternoon Pinochle Club on Thursday, April 4. Mrs. Jewell Mohan, Mrs. Anna Marie Stang and Mrs. Ethel Hawl~ins were substitutes for Mrs. Anna Bernard and~Mrs. Lela Sellon and an absent member. High score went to Homt Claude and Willa Kelly; Georgia Link, Genoa; Mrs. O. C. Allen, Genoa; Mrs. Ruth Self, Genoa; Charles Winterowd, " Matheson; Mrs. Azel Dorsey, Flagler; Frank Harwood, Flagler; Mrs. Anna M. Dreier, Flagler; Myrtle Moss, Flagler; key. W. Blancken, Flagler; Viola Williams, Flagler; Joe Kregeh Dorothy Rutledge; Dorfie Rutledge; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Webb, Karval; Mr. and Mrs. McCorkle, Karval; Eric Carlson, Genoa; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dreier, Gypsum; Pastor and Mrs. Floyd W. Shiery, Sierra Vista, Az.; Carl and Ida Lundien, Genoa. BOULDER --James E. Nail, public works employee of the Town of Hugo, was one of more than 400 persons that attended the Rocky Mountain Water and Wastewater Plant Operators School on March 25-29, 1974 at the Denver campus of the University of Colorado. The School provides a unique experience for education and growth in a highly specialized field. Water and Wastewater plant operators must keep abreast of the newest methods and ~l~pment being .introduced because" of increased domestic and industrial demand and the greater awareness of the public in environmental concerns. The School for Water and Wastewater Plant Operators was conducted by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Bureau of Conferences and Institutes of the University of Colorado Shurfine 303 Can CRANBERRY SAUCE ADMISSION Grace Wilcox, Hugo 3-24-74 Roy Lathrop, Genoa 3-23-74 Aaron Covington, Genoa 3-24-74 Rosa Saltzman, Simla 3-25-74 Ira Schnelle, Limon 3-26-74. Loraine Robertson, Simla 3-27-74 Leta Wilmeth, Arriba 3-27-74 Parker Weatherly, Flagler 3-28-74 Cecil Perry, Hugo 3-29-74 James Hannebaum, Flagler 3-29-74 Sharon Tucker, Simla 4-1-74 Linda Dean, Arriba 4-2-74 Bertha Sorensen, Karval 4-2-74 Maxine Alley, Hugo 4-2-74 Gayle Franek, Hugo 4-3-74 Roberta Greenwood, Stratton 4-5-74 Alice Clay, Hugo 4-5-74 Phillip Jeurink, Simla 4-5-74 DISMISSED 4-4-74 4-7-74 4-7-74 3-31-74 remains 3-31-74 4-t-74 remains 4-7-74 4 -2 - 74 4 -4- 74 4-6-74 remains remains remains 4-8-74 remains 4-8-74 Shurfine OLIVES Can Squat-Can YAMS Royal Prince No. 3 Kuner's COCKTAIL Frontier Half HAMS Boneless Fully Cooked Lb. Hen pril a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Link SAUSAGE Lb. at the Arriba Congregational church Arriba, ColD sponsored by 0 A HUGO WRESTLER GETS SOME LAST MINUTE ADVICE from Coach Bandy before competing in the tournament. Over 350 boys from Eastern took part in the event. ARRIBA ITEMS - (Continued f~om page three) and Mr. and Mrs. James Poweli ]nd daughter and ]randdaughter alt of Denve~ ~ere Wednesday dir',ne~ guests of Ina Morgan. Several Arriba folks attended the funeral of Fred Charles Sr., at the Bethel Union Church north of Anton. Cwstal Stevens ate dinner with Ina Morgan Sunday and Ina ate with her on There is to be a pot dinner April 12 at the meeting and a afghan will be given party buying lucky number. CLEM T' TMENT "the friendly department store" Limoa, Colo. a joyous you on Your John Deere Dealer Limon, Jt 3 ForS100 Taste Treat -----BACON" 2,b Pack S17S Shurfine 39c CORN Frozen Cut 10 Oz. Shurfine C Frozen Cut 10 Oz. For Large 35c WHiP Green s145 OR Bunch Lb. Navel ORANGES Russet 10 Lb. Bag S