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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2005, EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN -- PAGE 7 Joyce Riley, Jane Hoyt, Ma- donna Noah and Lola Strick attended a District 13 meet- ing of the VFW in Cheyenne Wells Sunday afternoon. They represented the Joe Will Post #6612 of Hugo. Kevi,~ Poss with help of Dave and Nadyne moved to spend time with his parents on Monday and to help out with his parents work. News By Lorita Forristall By Lorita Forristall The Catholic Dinner at Chambers, Lacee Engel, El- The Marty Adams family KarvalWednesdayandComes the School House on Sunday len and Emily Wolf, Michael now have their own house every two weeks for those enjoyed a good turn out and and Jessica Wolf, Margaret in Karval. This active Corn- who enjoy, we even enjoyed getting to Wolf, Jim Goodwin, the Rev. munity is growing and in my Larry and Donna Nickell see new friends and Kris Poss Olga Hard, Penny Clevenger, opinion is very friendly,went to Pueblo and were recent and family who were visiting Shirley Rohrbaugh, LouiseDarrel and Carol and Collin guests of Jeremy and Rebecca his parents, Bill and Carolyn Kirchoff, Bessie and Everett Dutro helped Catherine Dutro Nickell at the Damon Runyan Poss. Christenson, Vivenne Mold- Saturdaywithyardcleanup--and Theater dinner and playhouse BeeHive visitors were Janet enhauer, Jim Covington, Joyce still the leaves come down. to see 'The Sound of Music' for Andersen, Naomi Ely, Keith Nosher, ShannaAtwater, Jerra CherryStogsdillandHeatherwhich Dr. Rebecca Nickell sews Weaver, Larry Steele, James and Larra, Rynea Kissel, Glen JewellandFrancesMaskusvis- some of the costumes. Larry Troseth, Dick Herod, Cindy and Bettie Ewing, Bernie and ited Winifred Pepper on Sunday hasalsovisitedhisbrotherJerry Williams, Royce and Connie Barbara Cain. to get Share work done. whoisnothealingwellbeeause The Bookmobile was in of cancer. ,m. Saturday I was thinking about going to Kit Carson to see the football game, but when I looked out it didn't look like there was room on the road with all the thistles. Who ever raised that crop, I 719-775-2676 169 Main St. Limon ,i wish they would have baled it. Down at Marty's she is about buried in them. Maybe we will get a south wind and some of them might go back where they came from, Services were held Friday for Margaret Brown who passed away earlier in the week. She was an old friend of ours and our thoughts and prayers are with Elmer and family. We were gone so we missed the services. Lee was glad she got a birthday card from an old Norwegian neighbor. Margit Olsen Parker who now lives in Lamar. They attended Brown School together south of Wild Horse. ghe also got a card and letter from a cousin in Min- nesota whom she hadn't heard from in a long time. On Monday Khonda Wet- Remembering our Heroes in the Military November 11 We remember those who served with honor and courage, and remember those who gave their lives to defend our freedom. May we never take for granted the important contribu- tion these brave men and women have made to this great nation. Lincoln Community Hospital & Nursing li1 6th Street, Hugo I zel who lives east of Karval dropped in for a short visit. She was flagging on the high- way in front of our house. She said she was done until next spring. We talked to LeeAnn Mon- day and she said she wouldn't be working in the salmon for five weeks as they have to let them grow. She said they averaged nine tons a day, but one day an order came in for 12 tons that they had to get out. That is a lot of fish. She said they finally found a pup to take the place of Bonzo who died sometime back. It's a Lab- rador and it is being shipped by a plane to the airport across the fiord where Jessi and Jenni go to school. They thought it was kirrd of chocolate color so Marty said call it Hershey. I took Bill Skinner to Kit Carson Thursday and we were meeting a truck. It headed right at us and I jerked my van over and he jerked back I don't know ff he was reading or what. It took Bill a little while to get over it. I saw a paper with some "historical news that the first train of cattle on the Kansas Pacific Railroad were shipped 305 4thStreet Hugo, CO 743-2180 By Curtis $chrimp from Kit Carson in 1869. That light plant with an overland was a while back. car engine that ran a type of I read Bonnie Bolands col- generator that fumishedlights umn that had the story offor the store and hall and his Wild Horse in it. It made me house. think of coming here when I We have been having hun- was 12 years old in 1928. The dredsofbirdsaroundhere. Our bank was still standing and a neighborBillsaidtheyarestar- hotel both empty. There was lings. I call them blackbirds. a pool hall, boarding house, They come in our front porch. largelumberyard, two grocery There really swoop around. stores, barber, cream station, We had about 15 quail round hoe repair shop and black- at our house. They're pretty smith shop. A fellow fixed a with their top knot. OPEN HOUSE at the 215 4th Street, Hugo 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. November 12, 2005 Come get your holiday shopping done early! Refreshments will be served. Door Prizes! Hope to see you there!