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PAGE 6, EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN, THURS., DEC. 4, 1980. HUGO, CO. 14u, o reno, town spent a few days here Zigler, at Sterling on Thanks- sixth birthday. Mrs. Bob Bajorin and /,.,., whilethey weregone, giving. Carol Pepper and Ricky, of Denver, were Mr. and Mrs. Dana Potter Mr. and Mrs. Ray Toombs Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiltey Tammy Brogan and family, of dinner guests of and Dyane, of Boyero, spent spent Thanksgiving Day at the of Aurora, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ogallala, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Poss. The Peppers Thanksgiving Day at the homehome of her great-niece, Mrs. Mohan and family, Mr. and Ernest Nail, Mr. and Mrs. JimBrogan family of her sister, Mrs. Stanley Bob Raley, and family, of Mrs. Joe Mohan and family, Nail and family, Mr. and Mrs.their homes Saturday. Dell, and family, of Arvada.Colorado Springs. Also pres-Mr. and Mrs. Mark Newman Nail and family, and Mr. and continued-- Also present were their moth-ent were her niece, Mrs. Wil- and Chad, all of the Denver er and sister, Rosie and Eve-liam Dausel, and family, area, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mo-.~"~~~.~~"-~-~-~'~ lyn Hess, and Bill Small of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schroe- ban and family, and Peggy Denver. der, Mr and Mrs. Rod Schroe- Bandy and Tina were Thanks- Mr. and Mrs. Don Ensign der and HomerSchroeder en- giving visitors in the parental recently enjoyed a trip to joyed Thanksgiving dinner Lawrence Mohanhome. Hawaii, to celebrate their 25th with Carroll Schroeder in Den- Gary Yowell of Rapid City, wedding anniversary, ver. S.D. enjoyed being home for Mr. and Mrs. Ray Toombs Katheryn Widmier spent Thanksgiving with his parents DECORATING CONTEST enjoyed a telephone call from Thanksgiving in Colorado and brothers. Categories: Lighted, Unlighted their children, Mr. and Mrs. Springs with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Sober Frank Toombs and Travis, of Howard Anderson, and the were Thanksgiving dinner Prizes: $25, $20, $15 Judged: Dec. 20th Leadville, for Thanksgiving, Jim Widmier family of Fort guests of Mr. and Mrs. Red ~. and they also received a car- Collins. Stang and family in Limon. ~ Rural residents should call the fi dloW nucopia bouquet from them. Cecile Igou was among Olga Jones of Limon, Mr. ~numbers if they wish their homes iudgl Ilia Hansen also received the those attending the birthday and Mrs'. Harold Kravig, and same thing from her grand- party at the Senior Citizens Sheila Thruston of Ordway Gambles (743-2566) or Markle's (7z 3-27: daughter, LindaToombs, and Center Wednesday. were Thanksgiving dinner ~ ~~~ family. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Alice Widhalm and and Mrs. Gus Widhalm and Thruston. Amy took Lillian Pelster home Amy were Lillian Pelster, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Dutro ~. Don t forget the coloring contest for children, 4 {o on Friday, and were overnight and Mrs. Richard Pelster andand girls, Mr. and Mrs. Ray ~_~ years old. Entries at Gambles; should be turned in guests, family, of Ordway, Mr. and Spykstra and family, Mr. and~by Dec. 18th Santa will announce the winners at Karen Kravig entered Pen- Mrs Robin Crabb, Heather Mrs. Leon Kelly and Jamie, .~p.m., the20th. rose Hospital Saturday and Evan, of Burlington, andMr. and Mrs. Charlie Allis, Luinda Widhaim. and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kelly~ All sponsored by Hugo ACTION Committee Mr and Mrs. Dave Schrein- w.= Thursday callers in the home of Nettle Williams were Laura Peterson, Millie and Lisa Loss, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Ramsey of Riverton, Wyo., and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wil- liams of Westminster. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Masher, Mr. and Mrs. Ed White of Rifle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olea and family, and Sandra Olea of Denver were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Olea, Alan and Shirelle. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Grau- were Thanksgiving guests in the parental Claude Kelly home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Masher, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed White of Rifle called in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Masher and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ran- dy Monks and family, Thurs- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Engel- hardt and Grace Weeder went to Cheyenne, Wyo. Thursday, and enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jay er, Sherri and Dave, of Bright- on, and Jerry Haffner of Hud- son were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Igou and Ethel Pearson went to Cope, for Thanksgiving dinner with Mr and Mrs. Bud Sackett and families. James Scalise and the Rev. Toni Cook celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary over Thanksgiving, on a short trip in Colorado. Millie Loss and Lisa visited berger were among the guests Weeder, Kenton and Kenya. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schroeder of his grandmother, Beulah They also celebrated Kenton's Wednesday evening. ~...;~- ~ .;=~~5~.,, ~.-.- Mr. and Mrs. Randy Monks, ~Jl~(~tz~.~ 'attlOUeS Johnny and Leslie were Thanksgiving dinner guests of ,~r~"~~ -~4m~ e--'-~ -" 8OR2JP~ (~ Mr. and Mrs. Tom Piskorskl. Reed Hamblin of Burlington ~ JI / Let me mJce it for you, spent Thanksgiving in the par- entalPaulHamblinhome, and UUU Tomel Racks$5, $Z50, $11.Z accompaniedFriday, them to Denver ilJ~'~ ~a~ Spoo. rtffck8 ($e~) Colleen McDonnell, George Hl15" / Johnson and his brother,Fred, all of Denver, were L~I~ .uu 775_9344 Kitchen sets weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl McDonnell. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bain, Va- nessa and Mark visited over the Thanksgiving holiday with Mr. and Mrs. John Bain and family, at Stuart, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bain of Frank- ORDER DEADLINE. Shell ROSES 85*each DECEMBER 20,,, We will Bake To Order if notified in Advance-- Minimum 24 hours PIES-- Chocolate Banana Coconut Lemon Peanut Butter Cream Apple Cherry Blueberry Pumpkin BREAD-- White Wheat Rye Banana Nut Date and Nut Dinner Rolls Hamburger Buns Pumpkin Bread Blueberry Muffins , Poppy Seed Bread OPEN: MONDAY THROUGH O ! E'm'r'" '=r$n [ ~j;N SATURDAY Genoa 763-2241 Limon 775-2859 II EE The words are Ira Mayo Anderson's evaluation ~ PCA. They are ec~>~ by his son and partial partner, M.B. Anderson: (They use the same ranch, but o~ their cows separately.) Shown in a p~sture on the Anderson ranch southeast of Rushare, left right~ Field Representative Jim Alvey, Anderson, his son, Mark, 8, and Ira Mayo Mayo has been a member of Colorado Spri Production Credit Association since 1936. He operated the ranch 46 years; 30 years with a broth#_' Lea, and the last 13 years with M.B.M.B. Ande~.=4~_" joined PCA in 1973. He was nominated for direct, j and is currently a member of the Association's Ao" visory Committee. Mayo Anderson remembers the really years of drouth and depression, when he didn't motor vehicle and neighbors hauled his cream eggs to Fowler for sale. "We lived on 21 cows wife's chickens." He also recalls the Iona touah strUg" gle of building a productive ranch from what w~, almost a desert when he began in the "dirty thirties " Production Credit Assn. 2601 E. St. Vroin Ph. 636-15 BURLINGTON Ph. 346-5573 162 South 18th LIMON Ph. 775.2010 339 M