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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2003, EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN -- PAGE U Call The ,i N I l Eastern Colorado Plainsman at today to place your ad. 719-743-2371 Looking to sell your used car, television, sofa, baseball card collection or anything else under the sun? Place an ad in the Classifieds! It's a fast, easy and profitable way to get rid of your unwanted merchandise. Ll _ ,i iJ JlJ imll II1= : -~t Education pregnancy discomforts matema; changes to the hospdal; onset of ~rocess of labor & delivery; warning signs/ phys~-ian}; do- {~th plan; newborn infant comrnu nh"y resources; breast feeding, and more., RN, CPCE, presenter i County Nurses Office, 326 Real Estate For Rent For Sale For Sale-- 14x70 mobile home, For Rent -- Studio Apartment, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, new siding, furnished, utilities paid. By the windows and roof, on rented lot, day, week or month, very nice, 522 9th Ave., Hugo. Call 719- Hugo, 743-26,35. 743-2057. t~ ttnichg House 4 Rent -- 1 + bedroom, A/ C, washer/dryer, carport, no pets. 2113rd St., Genoa. 719-763-2295. tin/chg (lunch not per couple (most insur- participants.) For Sale -- Wash cloths and brooms. Call 743-2168. 28,29,301xl ff you have Medic~e at ~ Insumnes you may be eligi to receive your Diabetic supplies at NO COST TO YOUI Fo rtmm ~ iI - APEX DIABETIC SUPPLY A~tf~Pmm " A~mtkmam ~nlmt t~ aamqN~r COLO4MU)O b"T&TEWII~ ~ABBIRED AD NETWOI~ Im.edm Ummm- ~ V tu tqtmt ~ j~ 41m, dallblJl~l~gmc~0m. 1~. Were lDt or Vt~ ltol I imililili~ Schel. i~127~ Miscellaneous Wanted-- Sale consignments for Karval Lions Club Sale to be held Saturday, September 13, 2003 at 11 a.m. Call 446-5314, 446- 5403, or 446-5416. 25,26,27,2.8pd Storage rentals, 71S 4th St. 5'x 10', 10'xl0', 10'x20', 20'x20'. Electricity available. For info call 743-2343. Don't Forget to mail your renewah early Jot $1 o[[. ~ mailed early, before you get your renewal notice, In-county (Zip codes - 80821, 80804, 80818, 80823 or 80828 only}, $19; Out-of-county, $24. Regular price In-county $20 {Zip codes- 80821, 80804, 80818, 80823 or 80828 only), Out-of-county $25. Your subscription expiration date is on your mailing label. Eastern Colorado Plainsman, Box 98, Hugo, Colo. 80821-0098. Help Wanted HelpWanted---TheTownofHugo is accepting applications for a fuLl time maintenance employee. Applicants must be able toper[otm a wide range of maint tasks, including physically oriented manual labor and equipment operation. Applicants must possess a commercial driver's license. Applications may be obtained at the Hugo Town Hall, 522-2nd. Avenue, P.O. Box 367, Hugo, Colorado 80821-0367. Applications must be received at theTownH,dl no bxer than r day, ~~,~. Tbe Town of Hugo is an equal opportunity employer. 2s,2~e~ The Lincoln County Commu are accepting applicatiom [or the position of goad & nrid Shop Secretan,. This is a full time job with benefits. Monthly ary will range fi~m $1,563 to $2,103, depending on education and experience. Applican~ must have a valid driver's license, a high school diploma or equivalent, basic office skills of typing, filing, general office p~ andbasic computer knowledge. Applications may be picked up at Card of Thanks We would like to thank all of you who visited, called and sent cards, c-mails, best wishes and prayers during my recent illness and hospitalization. Also, a special thanks to doctors, nurses and care g~vers at Memorial Hospital. We appreciated all you have done for us -- it's nice to know so many people care. The Don Lengel families A BIG THANK YOU to all the family, friends and relatives who stayed with me when I wasn't to be alone after heart surgery. To all who sent food, lovely flowers and plants, for the visits anti telephone calls, cards and concerns. Thanks to those waiting during surgery. Thanks to Bob, Linda, Gidget and Travis and Shirley for spending nights and days. To Bob -- my special taxi driver -- for all the trips made to Colorado Springs and to rehab in Hugo. To Connie for many calls she made for me, the dinners in her home and spending time with me. To Wilma Dean, Brenda Mayo, Mary Merewether, Manon and Anna for being with me and running errands. The concern of the friends, neighbors and community was certainly amazing and may God bless each and every one of you. Mice Web'b When Earl got sick two years ago, I wondered if I could do the work he had always taken care of. It took me about two hours to know, I could not. At least, not without help. I would like to thank the ones that helped keep our world going around. Mr. B's for going beyond the call of duty. Danny Hubbell wha came to my rescue on a cold icy morning at the car wash. Tony Bandy, numerous times. Maye Gene Lee for her constant moral support. My sisters, Beverly and Dorothy. Fred and Juliet Lund for dozens of projects. Jet Bailey. Alvin Kelly who installeil equipment on short notice. Helen Piersonwho can brighten up the worst of "Bad Hair Days." Rev. Olga Hard for her good cheex. Karen Kravig [or being my friend. Leo and Kathy Baril for man . things. Joe Kennedy, the most versatile handy-man I have evm met. Our kids, who would be here on a moment's notice. Earl, for never complaining about his illness, and of cour~ Earl's coffee buddies who have a complete understanding of what't really important. Thanks so very much. Doris McDunaell We would like to thank all who sent cards, flowers, though~ and prayers at the time of Shirley's death. A special thanks m Pastor Bob Strauch and the Women's fellowship at the Congregational Church of Arrib& Also to Tim Danm and staff at the Love Funeral Home. The family of Shirley (SmRhburg) Mc~ II the County Shop in Hugo or the County Admimstrator's Office at the Courthouse in Hugo and rerumed to either location by 5:00 p.m on September 18,2003. FOE 27,21khg Help Wated-- Lincoln County is accepting applications for the position of Bookmobile Supervisory Librarian. This is a part time position. Applicm~ts must have a valid drivers license and a high school diploma or equivalent. This position is responsible [or development of the bookmobile collection, maintaining the appointed mute stops and the catalog system, management of the bookmobile budget and funds, and general duties for operation of the bookmobile and assisting pat rons. Skills required include good public relations and the ~bility'~ operate general office equipment and computers. Must be to work flexible part-time houm Hourly rate will range from $7.71 to $10.72 depending on skillsaall experiea~. Applications obtained at the Cou~ Administrator's Office in Courthouse in Hugo, CO ot:l writing to ~ Box 39, Hugo, ~2~ 80821, and must be returned I~ same by 5.t30 p.m on Septeml 19, 2003. quemions, call 7tI- 743-2810. FOE 27,2k~ Farm & Ranch Steel Buildings -- Barns & Sheds. Incredible values. Fatting, specials. Turn key or drop 719-550-9014, 1-800.925-9820