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PAGE i0, EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN, THURS., DEC. 4, 1980, HUGO, CO. Community Hall By GRACE SCHACK John Mack Williams, his family, and Lillie Williams drove to Denver for Thanksgiv- ing dinner with Jim and Betty Carson, returning home Fri- day afternoon. Gregory Laste of Denver returned with them, and stayed until Saturday with his grandmother, Lillie Wil- liams. Greg is stationed with the Air Force in Denver. Mrs. Kathryn Inness drove to Elkhart, Kans. with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Claycomt of Rocky Ford for Thanksgiving dinner with the Millard Harrells. Mrs. Inn~ss returned home Friday. Thanksgiving guests of Ruby Miller, in Hugo, were Fred and Lois Herbaugh of Colorado Springs, Muriei Friddle of Limon, Tsmmy Jones and Frances Wester- man. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Bush hosted Thanksgiving dinner for their children, Myron and Greg Bush, Ed and Rose Bush, Clint and Lealla. Mrs. Floyd Roberts, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Harris and Kami drove to La Junta for Thanksgiving dinner, and spent the afternoon with Floyd Roberts, who has been a patient at the La Junta Medi- cal Center since Nov. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Shelly and Brenda were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Wenimer and family, of Divide. Lincoln Community Hospital Report Wilbur Weeder, Hugo Franklin Pearson, Hugo Rhonda Blackweldei,, Limon Louise Lee, Limon Otho Sparks, Flagler Arthur Kahler, Hugo Tronette Salmans, Vona Herschell Salmans, Vona April Pardue, Hugo Robert Dyson, Fiagler Dorothy BurgelLimon James Calkum, Matheson Cindy Shaw, Hugo Debra Stone, Flagier Myrtle Murphy, Seibert Beverly Gaddy, Simla Sharon Newsom, Limon Garold Anderson, Arriba Claran Jackson, Ramah Edith Thompson, Limon (Died) Admitted 11-16-80 II-19-80 11-22-80 II-23-80 II-23-80 11-25-80 II-25-80 11-25-80 11-25-80 11-25-80 11-26-80 11-25-80 11-25-80 11-25-80 II-25-80 11-25-80 11-29-80 11-29-80 "11-30-80 12- 1-80 Cowbelles set season lions By WILMA MOSHER The Cowbelle Christmas meeting will be Dec. 12, st the Karval Community Building. Members are asked to bring a craft item, or white elephant item, for a silent auction. Each child should bring a grab bag gift. Winners of the COwbelle drawings, at the recently held Lincoln County Stockmen's Assn. banquet and meeting, were Kenneth Becker of Ard- ba, a toy bull; Ralph Yoder of Karval, a leather head stall, and Cathy Bledsoe of Hugo, a dish. D lm d 11-30-80 remains 1971 Chevrolet Caprice, all Hillman's 11-28-80 power, radio & heater, runs ly Van Horn's) now 11-26-50 great, $800 or best offer. Call af- IAmon, T75-2523, 12- 1-80 ter 5 p.m., 743-2640. 124-1211p does chairs, couches, remains tire--wide selection 11-27-80 SPECIAL--WOOD STOVE remnants. 124-1211p 11-27-80 and FIREPLACE INSERT URGENTLY II-27-80 Clearance Sale--through Christ- PENDABLE PERSON remains mas! Treat your family to thework without 11-50-80 warmth and comfort of a wood Texas off company in remains stove or insert this Christmas. We train. Write remains Big selection to choose from with Pres., Southwestern II-30-80 savings up to $200! SUNSHINE Box 789, Ft. Worth, II-30-50 ENERGY ENT. in Burlington, 124c 11-30-80 Colo. (303) 346-8424. 1211-1218 remains 1975 remains FOR SALE--Give useful "En- IV, very good remains ergy Saving" Christmas gifts this actual miles, $2,800. 12- 1-80 vear! We have: Beautiful Ceiling 2692 daytime, 743-2347 Fans*Hot Water Heater Jack- 1211c ets*Water Saving Showerheads* Draft Sealers*Books*Window Quilts. Or give a Gift Certificate from SUNSHINE ENERGY ENT. in Burlington, Colo. {303) Dec. Live Cattle Ltvesto Report Ckme Cime Net 11-z, 0 12.2-s0 66.10 66.80 65.10 66.47 +.37 MOTEL TRAILER PARK Well located and Feb. Live Cattle 71.12 71.85 69.50 70.77 -.35 346-8424. 124-1218c in Ft. Morgan. Doing: April Live Cattle 74.07 75.40 72.30 73.75 -.32 iness. Terms, March Feeder "or other property Doty Realty, Inc., Cattle 79.87 80.35 77.85 79.00 -.87 Platte Ave., Ft. M( April Feeder Cattle 80.30 80.90 78.55 79.70 -.50 May Feeder Cattle 80.15 81.00 78.50 79.90 25 Dec. Live Hogs 50.40 51.00 49.65 50.15 ~" 25 Feb. I veHogs 56.25 58.25 65.82 57.37 +1 12 stock of carefully April Live Hogs 5~,05~ 59.05 55.97 58.05-t- .2~{~ tiques. We now carry Dec. Wheat 5.10'1, 4.871A 4.95'h - lection of books. We March Wheat 5.~=h 5.421/z 5.15Vz 5.24Vz -.llIA trade. 775-2212, 560 5.473A 5.56 5.26Vz 5.36 -.11 sh mon. 87TFN May Wheat Dec. Kansas City Wheat March Kansas City Wheat May City Wheat Dec. Corn March Corn May Corn Feb. Pork Bellies March Pork Bellies May Pork Bellies Dec. IMM Gold FOR SALE: 8 foot utility box. Vince's Motor Car Co., 411 Linc- oln Ave., Burlington, 346-5596. Addressers wanted 5.14 5.18sA 5.00 5.05 -.9 124-1211c diately! Work at perience 5.27 5.31V~ 5.14 5.18 -.9 Mobile Home for Sale--Must pay. Write: 3.86% 3.96 3.81Vz 3.86 -.Vz sacrifice. 1978 Century Classic- 9041 Mansfield, Suite 4.02 4.10'k 3.94Vz 4.92V~ -.V4 14' x 78'. Wood-burning fire-Shreveport, Louisiana 4.05~ 4.18 4.01Vz 4.08 uric. place, shingle roof, many extras, II13-124e 71.52 74.50 69.20 71.82 -I-.32 must see to appreciate. C~noa, 763-2352 or 76~2450. 124-1211c Service on electric 71.50 75.00 79.30 72.40 +.80 washers, dryers, hot 73.52 77.05 72.55 74.50 +.97 Buying and trading new and ers, electric space 628.50 638.00 615.60 621.30 -7.20 _used tools--shop equlpmeht, etc. frigerators, Courtesy of Phone 765-4634; ask for Chris. naces. Same day WI~N]Bi~G BROS. & CO. I120-1211p 5243. 103ffITNc l,bma CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank all those who attended our open house. It was a huge success, and we appreciated your presence. Congratulations to these prize winners: Ethel Yoder, Sandra Primnt, Barbara O'Dwyer, Ralph Mease, Peter Van Lanten, Marian Jones, Cleo Steele, Beth Clark, Helen Cook, Bertha Led- better, Iola Turner and Ray Ol- sen Limon Coop Complex SEE THIS ATTRACTIVE on 8 acres, 3 bedrooms, living room, dinette and kitchen on main floor. 1 bedroom and family room in basement, 2 car at- tached garage. Enclosed patio. Fireplace in livingroom. Imme- diate possession. -WE SOLICIT LISTINGS- 4.65 4.89 4.72V4 4.75Vz -.9Vz --SEE GEORGE BASKETF-- T.L. BASKETr AND CO. 775-2394. JEEPS, CARS, TRUCKS. Regular type available through government agencies. Many sell for under $200. Call (602) 941- 8014, ext. #1359, for your direc- tory on how to purchase. 1030- 1113, 124-1218 Prab Hm us Extend Chb First Annual Christmas" Craft and Bake Sale. Sat., Dec. 6, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Rear of J&L Snack Bar 1127-124C The Salina Ski Team says: rove dr, nks on Sun. Dec. 7 from 4- 5 at the Stock Exchange in Limon .grram- Rebuilt Engine Exchange SpocisIizing in pickup trucks. 10,000 miles or I yesr warrant,/. L's ENGI-NES 702 West Capal. _ La l Jn|p 384-5798 FOR SALE--Kimble organ anyone can play. $700. Dorothy Mannis, Genoa, Colo. 80818. 1127-1211c The United Methodist Women of the Hugo Methodist Church will hold their annual bake sale and bazaar Dec. 6, at the Hugo Senior Citizens Building, start- ing at 9 a.m. 1127-124c I 2 STEEL BUILDINGS Deposits Forfeited or Extra Inventory. 1--40'x54'x16' i $1,0,5~,. Bal. $5,430. 1--40 x J50x16 List $11,484. Bal. $5,- 792. Grain & Utility Bldgs. 22 ga. fully guaranteed. Brand new & ready for delivery. 20LL/20WL or better. Ca]] Dan, 779-0707, Denver. Mon.- Fri. Erection Avail. 124-1211p Bill Lyons was not present to win $100 in the Hugo Bucks drawing. The following were not present to win $50: James T, Bowen, Selma Nordquist, Gary J. Elliston, Brenda Berde , /darlene Tomlinson, Mike Hend- ricks. This week, 8 names will be drawn for $50, as well as 1 name for $100. 124c For Prompt and Service, CaU DObrS Limon T/ 2439, 775-2581, MARY KAY man. Terina Pottorff, All products in stock. ing. Also lmve some for Christmas gifts. Immediate of fresh dead o' pied horses 40-mile Karva 24-hour 7 days a Phone Korval 5321 or Foods Ii1. FOR record phyer-8 $I00. 775-9318. 1 WANTED--So free lessons Dec. 6, 7:30 p.m., School Cafeteria. or 74 2707. 1127-124