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PAGE 4 --- ~ COLORADO PLAINSMAN, THUI~DAY, SEPTEMB~i 11, 2003 90 Yeats Ago George Miles, Spud Olsen and September 6, 1913 Art Watson were Hugo players in Win. Gardner, who has beenthe baseball toumament at Genoa one of our most successful farm- Sunday, in which Seibert was win- ers, has sold his fine farm eight net. Miles goes to Deer Trail next miles southeast of town to Ne- Sunday to play in a tournament. braska parties and after holding a Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Ready were public sale on the 16th, will leave guests at the home of Mr. andMrs. with his family for southern Mis- Francis Keepers last Friday night souri, to make his future home. while here atte.nding the county George Gromer has returnedfair. The Ready's live on a fine to his college duties in Des farm north of Genoa where "Bud" Moines, Iowa, after an enjoyable sure raises the wheat each year. vacation spent here at his home. Frank W. Smith, of the Smith Mr. and Mrs. Harley Perry are Store, made a business trip to rejoicing over the arrival of a fine Matheson on Thursday. boy at their south side home yester- Wm. M. Jones, of Hugo, was daymoming.Motherandsondoing issued a hunting license from nicely and father stepping high. the county clerk office this week. Fred Johnson of the BoyeroBilly must be getting ready to neighborhood was in Hugo hunt ducks. Thursday ahd submitted final JamesWaggoner, formerHugo proof on his homestead, resident, was in town this week The Union High and Hugo renewing old acquaintances public grade schools opened for while on his way to visit rela- the fall term last Tuesday morn- tives at Kit Carson a few days. ing under very favorable circum- 50 Years Ago stances and the enrollment of September4, 1953 145 pupils is a comfortable in- With the opening of the Hugo crease over the first week of Public Schools Monday room- school a year ago and the largest in& August 31, enrollment to- total in the history of Hugo. taled 327 pupils, or a total in- 75 Years Ago crease of 18 students above last September 22, 1928 year. And the answer is: Year-round comfort is no illusion! An e/ectH heat pump extracts natural warmth from the air or ground and gently, quietly distributes it throughout your rooms. And in hot weather, it reverses the process to keep you cool. Heat pumps --- a low-cost and super-rmtumi technology that could earn you Energy Efficiency Credits from your local rural electric system. Thrills aplenty for sports fans are scheduled for Sunday at the Lincoln County fairgrounds, when the second performance of the year will be given by two-star motorcycle races sponsored by the Hugo Lions Club. The Rev. Lyman Snyder, will solemnize the wedding of Aha May Roberts and Jay Arnold Har- ris at 8 p.m. Sunday, September 6, in the Karval Nazarene Church. Darrel Dutro spent Friday evening with Dale Gotschall so he could get to the fairgrounds early Saturday morning to at- tend to his 4-H exhibits. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Derry drove to Sterling Saturday to visit Mrs. Derry's sister, Mrs. B.J. Mohan and family. They re- turned to Hugo Sunday. Miss Mary Emmerling and nephew, Bob Walker and Miss Joyce Daugherty, of Denver, were visitors in the home of Mary's mother, Mrs. Hugo Emmerling~ during the fair. 25 Years Ago September 7, 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Pat Jolly and sons of Kit Carson, spent last Sunday at the parental lohn Hol- lowell home. Sheila Thruston, of Ordway, 10 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thruston September 2, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kravig The Hugo enioyed campingat Deckers over partment res the weekend. Ronnie Landwehr, of Greeley Bird Park August 27. and Larry Landwehr, of Denver, looked bad at first, the called at the Art Thelen home ers put out the blaze over the holiday. Sunday evening Dave Stuwe left Sunday forand EdOwenenjoyedJ Alamosa where he will attend with the Merlin school at Adam's State College. Jadi Rex and Betty Clark were ents, Robert and Tuesdaycallersat theZola Kravig Friday over and Roy Stone homes, mother, Joann Herl Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sellon went Kan., attended a to Denver last Monday and were ing in Denver. guests at the Donald Sellon Zephia home. Josephine Bennett Ray Schroeder, RodSchroeder bara Gordon SaturdaY- and John Busby left for Oberlin, Chad, Matthew Kan., Friday afternoon to visit Mosher are pleased Mr. and Mrs. Rex Schroeder and buckles and other hunt doves on the opening day of the season there. Rodeos through Derrick Locke ol Limon, dis- construct, enlarge, turbing the peace, pied guilty improve, use, occupY! with total fine and costs of $90. tain Damanita Rodriguez of Li- mon, disturbing the peace, pied with total fines guilty with total fine and costs of $107.50 with $9O. Brian Ververs of Limon, erect, been charged construct, enlarge, alter, move at large, second without permits and erect, con- months and have struct, enlarge, alter, move, im- paying a $40 fine: prove, use, occupy or maintain Blankenship, Joe without certificates of occu- and Cameron Burner. pancy, pledguihytobothcharges The following it with total fine and costs of $107.50 with stipulations, ning at large Shanan Westfall of Limon, by paying a $25 erect, construct, enlarge, alter, Lee, Kathleen move without apermit anderect, ert Metcalf. SMOKEY HILL LIVING EX A Project of The Town of Hugo Housing Earn up to $150 per ton heating capacity Energy Efficient3 Electricity -- amazing convenience and comfort! For cocnplete informatkm on how to qualify for EECs and on insulation standards, call your participating consume~-owfled electric company listed below. Additional incentives may be available in your area. K.C. Electric Mountain View Electric 422 Third St. 1655 5th St. 11140 E. Woodmen Road Hugo, CO 80821 Union, CO 80828 Falcon, CO 80831 719- 743-2431 719-775-2861 719-495-2283 Now taking applications to be placed on the waitin( consideration of eligibility. ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS [Apartments are carpeted and contain a range, diposal and curtains. Apartments are all electric, electric utility included in the rent. The Smokey Hill also has a central community room, laundry facilities, storage and off-street parking. ELIGH31LITY AND RENT Applicants must be at least 62 years of age, disabled 0 handicapped to apply. Rent is based on 30% o( after medical and HUD allowable deductions are considered. Income must not exceed limits set ADDITIONAL INFORMATION For further information, application packet viewing, please contact Smokey Hill Uving Address: 207-5th. Street Business Office: 522-2nd. Avenue, P.O. Box 305 Hugo, Colorado 80821-0305 Telephone: (719) 743-2174 Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 1-800-676-3777 Colorado TDD Relay Station