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PAGE 4 -- EASTERN COLORADO PLA|NSMAN, THURSDAY; NOVEMBER 10, 2005 90 Years Ago RickenbergandR. Lucore, attend- November 13, 1915 ed a farmers' meeting at Karval John Liebcr set men to work last Monday night although the ride home was a chilly one. Monday, with teams and scrap- ers, excavatinginpreparationfor Word was received here Sat- the foundation for his new brick urday evening to the effect that Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Freeman had business block on the corner op- posite Harvey's Bakery. been mixed up in a runaway near Sherman McNew was on the Bovina, and as a result Mrs. Free- Denver market, Thursday with a man suffered a broken ankle and shipment of 52 steers, which av- other severe injuries. She is now eraged a little over 1000 pounds, under a doctor's care at Bovina, and brought $6 per cwt. Miss Lottie Larson, one of our weeks. Ralph Freeman and wife enterprising young ladies, is do- and Miss Myrtle Freeman went ingsomeverynicework in Kodak over to Bovina Saturday evening, Miss Myrtle remaining there to film developing, and solicits your patronage in an advertisemel t in care for her mother. Their old- another part of this paper, time friends inHugohope forMrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McAllister, Freeman's speedy recovery. who reside 14 miles east of Hugo, 75 Years Ago are the parents of a fine eight- November 14, 1930 The Bloomfield family has moved into Garwood's ranch house and Mr. Bloomfield is working for Mr. Garwood. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Payne and daughter, Verna, and Mrs. Weber and sons, Carl and Ray, spent Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tapey home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Clark and daughter, Rose Mary, of Clifford were weekend visitors and will be laid up for several in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Buhr. Mrs. Thomas Carroll and sons, Bernard and Dan were down from their ranch near Shaw Monday to settle estate matters of the late Mr. Carroll. 50 Years Ago November 10, 1955 Specialist William R. Griffith, of Mr. and/ /trs. Don Amberger were Mrs. Amberger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Westfall and Mrs. Cutler of Limon and the occasion was Mrs. Westfall's birthday. lack Parker who has spent sev- eral days furlough here with the parental A. E. Parker's and others will return to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. for further training. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dunham were Thursday evening callers in the Walter house. Dale Webb, Harry Harrison and Ray I. Sellon hauled feed at the R. G. Sellon home Friday. Mrs. Webb, Sellon and Harrison were dinner guests at the R. G. Sellon home that noon. 25 Years Ago November !3, 1950 Thehna Prettyman. Pauline Weeder and Nettie Williams went to Colorado Springs Thursday where they visited Wilbur Weeder in the hospital and enjoyed lunch with Gladys Weeder. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Igou, Mr. and Mrs. George Sober, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Igou and Brandon, Mr. and Mrs. Red Stang and David, of Limon, and Ethel Pearson were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mowry to help Ce- cile Igou celebrate her birthday. 10 Years Ago November 9, 1995 A fire broke out in a quonset belonging to Tri-Me Spraying in Arriba November 2. The fire was started accidentally while trying to change a hose onan auxiliary pound daughter, born at 4:40 dais A new and pleasurable expe- son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. morning. Dr. Brownell reports rience was enjoyed Sunday by GriffithofStratton, is assignedto motherandchilddoingnicelyand Mrs. Thomas Carroll and sons, theArmy'sEuropeanCommuni- the father is feeling better. Bernard and Dan of Shaw, when j cations Zone in Metz, France. Alexander Urquhart of the they were guests of Captain l. H. The Hugo High School students Walks Camp district wasin Hugo Cordner of the U. S. Airways on are very proud of lanice Kay Hoff, yesterdaymomingandfiledupontheir first plane trip who won recognition as the best- an additional 120 acres adjoining Mrs. A. G. Loss and daughter, " sxtpportingactr sattheoneactplay The damage estimates of. pickup with unleaded fuel. Some an early morning fire, north of fuelspilledonthefloorandranto Genoa, at the Ron Klmtsonplace, a kerosene heater, which ignited on October31, continue toclimb the fuel. Totaled in the fire was a higher. The property owners say 1979 Ford pickup and there was that some $150,000 worth of some smoke damage to other ve- equipment and other valuables hicles in the quonset for a value were destroyed. Destroyed in of approximately $,30,000. his place, which he declares is Miss Ruth and Mrs. G. A. VanA- contest in Burlington on Nov. 5. the 20-year-old building was a about the last piece of vacant msdale and children, lames and Small Peggy Lee, daughter of pickup, two two'ton trucks, a land in his neighborhood. Dorothy spent Thursday after- '? Mr, and Mrs. Dock Lee of Hugo, AlexanderMcCallumofArriba noonvi i ingin the homeof Mrs. was one of the 50 children who and E. D. Cotton of Flagler, two Carl Hoepner south of Hugo. received their first polio shots of our prosperous stock growers Mrs. Dea Riordan WaS on the "Wednesday evening. in the country east of Hugo, were~ sick list on Thursday but was~ ! ~ Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Trotter of La visitors inour eity Tuesday. better SaturdayandWassh6ppihg ~ [~lnta, formerly!of the Karval dis- The sewer contractors, the with the rest of tke family: trict, announce the engagement Gordon & Taylor Construction Mr. W. I. Conniey and' Mrs. oftheirdatJghter, Gwendolyn to Co. brought their steam ditcher Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Char!es from Limon, arrivinghere Sunday Connley and daughter had Sun- evening, and now have a force of day dinner and spent the evening men at work on the south side with Mrs. Reese. with the excavation part of the Dell Hayden has rented the J. job. At the rate they are working S. Kaufman place and will take now, and with a continuation of possession in the spring. good weather, the sewer system QuiteanumberofBovinapeople should be completed by the first of drove to Hugo last week to attend the year or in about six weeks, the PureBred Stockshow. Guy Re- Professor Flint, countyagricul- ese and mother, Miss Gorder and turist, and our county commis- Miss Rule were calling on friends sioners, Messers S. E. Koepers, Ed. in Genoa last Wednesday. with Med You will receive a letter from Social Security within the next two weeks explaining your Medicare Part D Prescription Drug benefits. Bring that letter to Hoffman Drug and we will verify the plan you will be enrolled in, will be available locally. LIQVOR VARIKTY 900] P.O. Box 609 Limon, CO 80828 719-775-2371 hoffm~ldmg@netecirt net John Deere tractor with front-end loader, a mixer-grinder, riding lawn mower, 3,000 bushels of wheat, a $3,000 airless sprayer and a large amount of paint. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sellon called at the NettieWilliams and Ernest Nail home Sunday afternoon. q:the Rev. Wilbur Dodson of Boise Sundaydinnerguestsat the Lot- City, Okla. He is the son of Mrs. raine Ravenkamp home were her Mabel Latham. Louisiana houseguests, along with Mrs. Ada Pearsonwashonored Mr. and Mrs. WiUard Boetger. at a surprise birthday party hon- Karval's school fall band con- oring her 7Sth birthday on Tues- cert was held Friday night at the day after the Royal Neighbors auditorium, with a large crowd regular monthly meeting, attending. It was greatly enjoyed. Congratulations to Mr. mad Pie, coffee and punch were sold Mrs. Richard Hill of Colorado later, in the lunchroom and a Springsonthebirthoftheirdaugh- meeting of the band parents was ter on October 29. She is named held. The students took part in a Ruth Ann and weighed eight sock hop following the concert. pounds five ounces. She has two Sunday afternoon visitors at brothers of school age and a little the Lelia Kravig home were Mr. sister about three years old. Mrs. and Mrs. Charley Pepper, Zola Hill will be remembered by many Kravig and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin friends here as Betty Clowe.Lockwood. Mr. and Mrs. George Beighle,The Harry Schack's held an former residents of Arriba will election night spaghetti supper celebrate their golden wedding at their home Tuesday. anniversary on November 20 and Mrs. Carol Hollenhaugh and will hold an open house, children of Hugo were Sunday Thursdayeveningsupperguests dinner guests of her mother, Take time to honor those who Vernon and Mona Stone, Chuck and Lola Igou and Chuck and Rhonda Uhland attended a dinner at the Eads nursing home Sunday to be with Vemice Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Henry, Jenny and Joshgave abirthdayparty fortheir daughter and sister, Rachel, on her 10th birthday sunday after- noon. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Mark Riemenschneider and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Don Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ewing were among many that helped Cole Westfall celebrate his third birthday Sunday afternoon with cake and ice cream. On Wednesday evening of last week, Red and Glaida Craven planned a birthday dinner for Alice Keller, but Alice got cold feet or was afraid she would if she got out so it was called off, as the weather wasn't the best. Monday Blanche Collins, Polly Johnson and Pursley will be hav- ing a birthday dinner with Alice at the car6 in Kit-Carson. Karina Blevins of Denver was a Sunday visitor of Terry and Dee AnnBlevins, LaniandBen for dinner out after church Sunday. She visited Joyce Riley in the afternoon. have se edso faith