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-; I (LAST WEEK) and daughter, Heather, of Loveland, visited their ' By Mrs. Albert Martin grandmother, Mrs. Lena * Martin, Sunday and attended American Legion Post 31 the Settlers Association picnic, and Auxiliary unit 3], met and were Sunday evening Wednesday evening at Legion visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hall and enjoyed a pot luck Martin and boys. SUPper after which separate Mr. and Mrs. Nell Larson ~i~siness meeting were held. Mr, and Mrs. Ellis Allen, Mr. and Mrs..C?ait Allen were Friday evening supper guests visitors at the Floyd Mesdames Grace Hendricks and Lena Martin were Sunday dinne- guests and visitors at the I'loyd Martin home. The OCcasion was to wish Harvey more Happy Birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Gale of were Monday to visitors of their .nlOther Lena Martin. Mrs. Florence Howe retUrned home last Monday ter Spending the past week at bmmunity Hospital due to :less. ' Mrs.Lois Scott of rural visited her mother, and boys off Pueblo, visited their mother Mrs. Edna Larson Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Slise was a Sunday visitor of Mrs. Lena Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Notan of San Jose, Ca., were last week Friday to Monday visitors at the Owen Self home. They were on their way to Missouri to visit other relatives. Mrs. Nolan is a sister of Mrs. Self. Mrs. Lena Martin visited with Mrs. Bertha Berndt Monday afternoon. Rocky Mountain Farmers Union, Lincoln County, met Monday evening at the Clifford Thompson home in Limon. President AIf Blackstead precided over the business meeting. Regular business and Margaret Slise Thursday farm problems discussed. .eVening. Refreshments were served. ~da~ his community extends Mr. and Mrs. Harvey rtfelt sympathy to Mrs. Huntzinger of rural Arriba II Jacques and Other were brief Tuesday callers of ~ etatives whose father, E. Lena Martin. illard Kenny died. Graveside Heartfelt sympathy is '.~r~ices were held Wednesday extended to Mrs. Clara at 2:30 at the Genoa cemetery. Knutson, Mr. and Mrs. Ira .The Kenny family were old time residents. Progressive Women's Club Tuesday afternoon with Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Myron Freeman and other relatives when they received word of the death of Lena Schoening of Seward, Alaska. Memorial services were held Saturday. Mrs. Edna Larson and Mrs. Emma Young were Wednesday afternoon visitors of Lena Martin. The L.W.M.L. Rally was held at Arriba all day Thursday.The Genoa folks attendingwere Pastor Daryl Robarge and wife, Mesdames Maybelle Martin, Lorena Felzien, Bertha Berndt, Lena Martin, Norma Eidem, Edna L.arson and Alice Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Moldenhaur, Brian and Kay, Miss Brenda Judd and Mrs. Beth Chandler were last Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Amberger. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ewing and Mrs. Gladys Westfall spent Wednesday and Thursday sightseeing in the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Gale of Denver were Saturday to Tuesday guests of their mother Mrs. Lena Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Zuelsdorf and Mr. and Mrs. Don Amberger were Wednesday evening supper guests of Mrs. Alma Eccleston. The occasion was the Zuelsdorfs 51st wedding anniversary. r (LAST WEEK) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sorensen went to the Lads Fair and Rodeo Saturday. Senior Citizens Golden Age supper is to be at the Karval Community Building, Tuesday, Sept. 17, so come and enjoy the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Glendell Webb spent the weekend at Sterling with Gtenda Kay and Roger and Mrs. Ora Crist spent the weekend at Arriba with her daughter, Lola Bell and George Rush. Anna Witt attended the funeral of Mrs. Jake F. Nuefeld (John's aunt Lizzie), at Monte Vista Wednesday the 18th at the First Nazarene church at 2 p.m. Burial was at Monte Vista cemetery Relatives from Missouri, Kansas, Oregon, Washington, and New Mexico attended. Mrs. Anna and Gladys Witt were in Rocky Ford to do laundry and trading and to do some visiting. Called at the Harley and Eula Turners home for a few minutes to see how Harley was and Eula said he wasn't very good. Harley's daughter and husband and family Rosemhaum of Missouri, were visiting there. In Ordway we visited cousin Elsie Quinn and daughter and had a nice visit with them. (THIS WEEK) It i~ a cool Saturday morning and we had 32 degrees at 5:45 a.m. and its 46 at 9:30 now and also our first frost on cars and buildings. I had four-tenths of an inch of rain Friday night at 6:30 p.m. Stopped in to see Katie Mrs. Katie Peoples 'Shirley Harris and two little ones, Rose Sorensen and Kathy, Lela Daugherty and Nadine Sorensen. Mrs. Ora Crist, Jo Ann Abby, Gladys Witt and Anna Witt went to La Junta where Ora had her checkup and then went to Rocky Ford and Ordway and home. It turned cooler and sure was dusty and windy at times. "It's Time" was the theme for the annual district meeting held Sept. 26 at St. Pauls' Methodist Church .in Colorado Springs. Those from Blue Cliff attending were Daisy Parker, Betty Bailey, Veda Sorensen, Bertha Sorensen and Eleanor Harris, all enjoyed the day. Charles Webb had a light heart attack Friday while waiting in the doctors offices at Hugo and is in the Lincoln Commu nity Hospital. Mrs. Bertha and Gladys Sorensen went to La Junta Saturday morning to shop and also to visit Wanda. of Peoples Thursday Sept. ]9, she Ordwayleft Thursday morning said that they took Mary MARRIA6E LICENSES to visit her brother and sister Payton back to St. Mary and other relation. Corwin Hospital and that Mrs. Billy R. McFadden, Grand Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maybelle Young was in there Junction to Dianna Sue Siens, Sorensen spent the weekend of also with a broken arm. I hope Buena Vista, issued Aug. 29, Sept. 14 to 16 till noon at La and pray they get well soon. 1974. Veta visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sorensen Rick Wayne Collins, Limon Heinie Hoepner and Mr. and went to La Junta to see the to Robbin Sue Perry, Limon, Mrs. Bob Burns and grandsons, doctor Friday. The Golden Senior Age Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sorensen issued Sept. 19, 1974. Thomas Dean Rush, Arriba, group supper was held at 7 went to Hugo and Limon to Patricia Anne Janes, Arriba, p.m. Sept. 17 at the Karval Thursday. Community Building and 25 Mrs. Anna and Gladys Witt issued Sept. 20, 1974. were there to enjoy the supper were hostess Sept. 25 of the and evening together. Missionary meeting, held at Mr. and Mrs. John Witt and Blue Cliff Church basement and those attendingwere, Ora NURSING HOME Crist, Elsie and Ted Clay, Mrs. Brown and daughter, Daisy Eastern Colorado Plainsman, Thursday, Oct. 3, 1974, "Page 3 k (LAST WEEK) By Mrs. Tom McClain The Frank Blechas and Gloria Fox enjoyed a visit from a cousin, Max Pierce, of Sand Point, Id., Friday overnight. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce had moved a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sissom, to Denver where she will attend D.U. Mrs. Pierce became ill, and is in Denver, under a doctor's care. The Pierce family lived here many years ago. We were sorry to learn of the destruction and damage done to local gardens and property last week. It's hard to believe our hometown youngsters would do such a senseless thing, and sincerely hope no more such acts of vandelism occur. News seems to be scarce, as everyone is busy beating old jack frost to the harvest. No one is ever quite ready for that first freeze. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Griffin, Aurora, proudly announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn Louise, to Kevin Durham, son of Dr. William Durham, Edenbourg, I1., and Joyce Williams, Aurora. The wedding is set for Nov. 2, Marilyn is a granddaughter of the Tom McClains. A predicted storm passed us by. Our weather remains nice and very dry. services were held here Friday afternoon with burial beside his brothers in Evergreen Cemetery. Margaret Nelson enjoyed a visit from a nephew Harold Wolden, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Oat Venter left by car for California Saturday They plan to be away several weeks. Mrs. Lillian Fenwick is enjoying a visit from her sister-in-law, Grace Enderson, Orange Park, FI. The ladies spent Friday with the Olen Forehands in Colorado Springs. Scotty Bill is presently attending Aero Tech school at Broomf laid. I rene Rectortook her daughter,Susan,to Greeley Thursday where she had enrolled in college. Mrs. Eva Yeager is spending a few days with relatives in Denver, in observance of her 81st birthday. The George Rementers accompanied fellow teachers, Tim and Andy Luchsinqer to Denver Friday afternoon to shop for a pickup. School was dismissed early due to the funeral services held in the auditorium. The Luchsingers are enjoying a visit from her parents, the Ron Patricks, who arrived from Ypsilanti, MS., late Friday evening. Work on Rolland Knutson's new garage seems to be We join the community in progressing nicely. He received extending sincere sympathy to his hoist last week. Kenny Ross delivered it, Rolland should be open for business in a few weeks. George Johnson had been assisting in Jolly's store the past week. Our sincere sympathy to the Ron Ross family in the loss of a loved one. Her father, Mr. Wiederman, passed away in Pueblo last week. (THIS WEEK) Our first real frost occurred Saturday morning. Leaves are beginning to drop rapidly now. Lovely light rain Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Self accompanied Rev. and Mrs. Atcheson, Hugo to Olney Springs Monday after a load of melons, and tomatoes. The Se tfs made another trip Wednesday supplying friends and neighbors. Prices were low, as they picked their own. Helen Turecek took Nina Hobson to Hugo Saturday to visit her sister, Vi*ginia Stinson hospitalized there. We are glad to hear she's improving. The Boy Scouts, their leader William Vest held their first fall meeting at the school house Thursday evening. Rev. Goodwin and Frank Blecha also attended. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hogsett, Manzanola were Wednesday and Thursday visitors in the Tom McClain home. They accompanied the McClains to Arriba Wednesday afternoon for a visit with Mrs. H. F. Davis (Continued on page 6) relatives of Ted Deter Jr., the Lena Martin, seven ladies Parker, Clara Hodgson, Bertha, last of seven sons to succumb Gladys and Veda Sorensen, of the dreadful malady of present. Mrs. Blanche (LAST WEEK) Crosby Wednesday after Friday. Ethel Stogsdill and grandson, Grace Dow, Limon muscular dystrophy. He is was lesson leader on missionary meeting. Fern Crosby spent Tuesday Betty Bailey, Eleanor Harris, survived by his parents, Mr. and recording of wills. By Gladys Witt Ronald Parker and help left evening with Clara Hodgson. Jean Missemer and Mrs. Ted Deter, Fort r s. M a r t i n se r v e d Tuesday for harvest in Mrs. Bonnie Darnell was a ~ Carl and Ida Lundien, Lupton; a brother, three #efreshments. . ~ Blue Cliff Sunday School southwest Kansas. Friday supper and evening afternoon callers at the Ed Genoa sisters, four nieces, two :'-' Mrs. Edna Larson returned will be dismissed Oct. ].3 for Mr. and Mrs. Jerome guest in the Ernest Johnston Sorensen home. Charles Winterowd, nephews, many other relatives home Wednesday after Rally Day at Eads. Gotschall visited at the Lloyd home. Katie Peoples had Sunday Matheson and a host of friends. Funeral the past weekend at Eleanor Harris, Daisy Harris's Saturday afternoon. Loren and Betty Bailey, dinner at the John Witt home. with her son and Parker, Bertha Sorensen, Betty Mr. and Mrs. James Pepper Carson Kravig, and Roger Velda Hodgson left for Mr. and Mrs. Nell Lee Bailey and Veda Sorensen were Sunday dinner guests at Stone were Saturday evening college Thursday in Greeley. The daughters of and boys and also iattended the district meeting the Jerry Seymour home. visitors at the David Ansley Carol and Mike Trainer, at the F. R. Davidson of United Methodist Women at Arleta Hodgson spent the home. Eleanor Harris and Rick St. Paul Church in Colorado weekend at the Leslie Hodgson Mahlon Kravig, Denise wereTrainer went to Lamar Sunday . Brian Mouldenhaur and Miss Springs Thursday. home. brief callers at the Corwin to visitMattie Shade. Rick Marilyn Felzien left for L~reeley Thursday morning Charlotte Wilsonand Lela Cherry Seymour entertainedStogsdill home. Trainer visited Yvonne Daugherty went to Pueblo the Willing Workers Club I t's the middle of Cockerham and children. ;}ll~ere they will attend college Thursday to visit the Calvin Wednesday. September still too dry to drillLela and Carl Sorensen this year. Burger home and Mr. Burger inSaturday evening Mr. and wheat, visited at the Edward Sorensen Lutheran ladies aid the hospital. Mrs. Don Buck, Colorado Sunday afternoon Mr. and home Saturday evening. embers met Thursday Last weekend the Bob Springs, visited at the Ernest Mrs. Bob Sorensen called on Lloyd and Eleanor Harris at Christ Lutheran Sorensens visited the Bob Johnston home. Gladys Sorensen. visited at the Jerome Gotschall with eight ladies Barnes family in LaVeta and and Pastor Robarge. Mr. and Mrs. Heinie Hoepner 16, 17 and 21 Book of Monte Vista. Genesis was studied. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sorensen ;freshments were served. spent Sunday at the David This community extends Ansley home. Ralph Bonne, La ~mPathy to Mrs. Clara Junta, was a dinner guest. wl~o. received word Jack and Joyce Parker had lursday that her daughter, lunch with Arch Peyton in Lena Schoening had Ordway Wednesday and visited away after a long illness 'Alaska. Also sympath-y is Joyce's grandmother, Mrs. Clark,in La Junta nursing ffended to Mr. and Mrs. Ira home. and Mr. ' and Mrs. The A. T. Petty family went Freeman and the Fred. nutson family and other (THIS WEEK) Mr. and Mrs. Eric Carlson Sunday in Denver visiting son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Carlson. and Mrs. Larry Martin to Wray for the weekend and attended the wedding of Gary King. Bertha Sorensen entertained with a card party Tuesday afternoon, 16 women enjoyed the afternoon. Clara Hodgson and Wanda Brown, and Marie visited Fern Republican Candidate for Lincoln County Commissioner District One A goou electe~ offiCial Should have firm convictions ~ balanced by the ability to consider, impartially, all ~'ggestk)ns. General Election Nov. 5, i 974 Your vote and sjJpport will be greatly appreciated. Annie Trainer spent Sunday afternoon with Bertha Sorensen. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Summers were Sunday supper guests at the Ernest Johnston home. -NaOine anti Lois Petty spent Wednesday evening at the Carl Sorensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sorensen spent Tuesday evening at the Edward Sorensen home. Had four-tenths of rain and a light frost Friday evening. Winds blew all day. Bob and Veda Sorensen visited Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hoepner of Lads Saturday evening. Jan Pepper and Mrs. Meyers visited Joyce Parker Wednesday afternoon. The Gene Vick family spent Saturday afternoon at the Lloyd Harris home. Overnight guests were Mike and Carol Trainer. Purvis, Lela and Duane, Dougherty spent Saturday in Limon with Mrs. Darald Wilson and family. The Nelson Taylor family visited at the Ronald Parker home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Beery and daughter, spent a few days in the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sorensen called on Lucille Thurston The Ronald Witt family, Ordway, and Anna Witt were Sunday dinner guests at the John Witt home. Clayton, Frances and Tawnia Long and Monty Hatch, Colorado Springs, spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Corwin Stogsdill home. Monty will spend the week with his grandparents. Mrs. John Marsh, Emporia, Ks., came Friday to visit in the Ernest Johnston home. Joyce Parker and Daisy Parker attended a product party at Carol Dutro's Tuesday afternoon. Leslie and Clara Hodgson went to Denver Wednesday and stopped at the Don Ardrey home for supper. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnston, Boulder, spent Friday evening till Saturday evening at the Ernest Johnston home. Thursday afternoon Veda Sorensen, Aloha Wolf, Cherry Seymour, Rose Sorensen, J oyce Parker and Joyce Johnston met at the Janet Seymour home to work on the Blue Cliff float. Terri, Barry Seymour, Kathy and Kent Johnston, David, Julie Seymour Jay Parker and Randy Wolf helped after school. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Culberson :and Katie Peo ,were Sunda home Tuesday John Bower Jr., Grace Hoover, La Junta, Mark Matt Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bower and girls were Sunday supper guests in the John Bower home/ A better way to clean carpets? W CliffS[ 1111~ II ! Icmb bml~ I~lp. I~ m~.*- chines used motor ~ scrub I~, s~n~o. BoW onty "sur- d.md," didn't remove d~t from deep in r.m, pet fibres. Brushes caused extra wear, mtt~ a*~*t p,e. cmms~ t~- awe. ~ ml~xface dm In ~. Ca~et ~ ~ half ~ :/G i i/!!iiiiiiiiii I 'M N]BT!" , ~!il/i!i THE ULTIMATE IN CARPET CLEANING There are always emergencies coming up. To Cope better with emergencies -- open a savings account soon. You'll be pleased to see your balance and security grow. COLORADO 80821 Phone 743-2415 Limon Howard at St.m-Ways revolutionary new d~4p clean extfacllon metll~d d~m't ~ harem Ix~h~. Fl~lml I to =~rap tanl Clean= from II~V~ t~ n=t te~ dmw~ ~mm- WW makel your cMpets the "l.mlit. Clean You've [ver Seen." C,I us f~ a ~ ,st~m~ t=da,/I Willc0s Carpels 162 E. Ave. 775-2639 Limon, Co. Mr. and Mrs. August V. Widhalm request the honor of your presence at their parent's Wedding Anniversary ,,-= Celebration to be held in the Catholic Hall in Hugo Sunday. October 6. 1974 from 2 to 5 p.m. We want to thank those of you who have responded to our request concerning placing cattle on feed with us at Kan Sun Cattle Feeders, Inc. We certainly feel you have made a wise decision in deciding to maintain ownership of your cattle this year. The up-dated Federal inspected slaughter for the week-ending September 14th was 706,000 head--a record week- the week ending September 21st showed 680,000 head slaughtered. These figures do not include the heavy veal and calf slaughter going on right now. Because of these huge slaughter figures, beef consumption is running 4% above the record setting 1972 average and numbers of cattle on feeddown 25% in the whole country, we would have to construct an optimistic marketing picture for the future. I would like to compare 25 to 30 cent feeder cattle to $4.50 Levis. We sure have to pay 11.00 or 12.00 for Levis, and I sure feel that these good 25 to 30 cent feeders are good property to keep or buy rather than sell. For those of you that are not familiar with Kin Sun Cattle Feeders, Inc. I would like to tell you about our cattle feeding facility. Our feedlot has an excellent south slope and has a maximum capacity of 18,000 head but for the winter months we will put only 12,000 or 13,000 head in so we will have dry pens to move cattle in if we should get into some wet weather. We have steam flaking system and the feedlot is located in the heart of the irrigation of Western Kansas. In this county alone there is at least 8 million bushels of corn raised as well as alot of other feed grain. The iurrounding counties are as large . a corn producers as ours. Our corn harvest is just getting underway and we are looking forward to an excellent harvest and lower grain prices. We have approximately 10 packer buyers in our yard every week, our services include selling your cattle upon your consent, at no cost to the owner of the cattle. As you can see the freight in on your feeder cattle can easily be absorbed by the demand of the finished cattle due to the number of fat cattle buyers in our area. Here are results from 2 typical pens of cattle purchased for us by Jim Devine of Billings, Montana. Co~t/~b. Hea_~O Wt. In Out Wt. Day~ Gain/Day of gain 221 487 1033 212 2.51 38.84 113 909 1347 131 3.29 45.36 Most of ourgain on calves run 2.5 to 2.8 per day and yearling cattle run 3 pounds or better. Please feel free to call us anytime about any questions you might have. Kan Sun Cattle Feeders: 316- 375-2282 John Carr -- Manager Dave Wiegers -- Asst. Manager s 24 Hour professional service on wigs & hairpieces; also top quality wigs & hairpieces for sale at K-KATY'S BEAUTY NOOK Hugo, Colo. Hugo, Colorado