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Hugo, Colorado
April 17, 1980     Eastern Colorado Plainsman
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17, 1980, HUGO, CO. EASTERN CA)LOP.ADO PLAINSMAN PAGE 5 Berthelots Owners of Hugo's Dairy Delite are the Berthelots-- Wife Letha, along with sons Chris, 19, and Greg, 10. purchased the ice cream and hamburger drive- on the east edge of town, from Bob and Della Um- after three years of ownership, are moving to North 'arethe fifth owners, in a string of proprietorships which when Creighton Osborne originally built the establish- Iith Eastern Slope Rural Telephone Association plant Letha works in the central supply room in Linc- Hospital. Chris mans the walk-up windows full- Part-time help from Stella Graham during the lunch- even are originally from Missouri, near the Ozark have lived in Hugo for nine years. Delite is open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., and will be longer during the summer months, the Berthelots rnunchy fare includes shakes, malts, cone, sandies, tacos and burritoes, to satisfy varied appetites in Students of Hugo High rado, Nebraska and Kansas judged prior to the exhibit, so School instructor John Bandy will compete in categories in- students can compare draw- will enter their work in the cluding beginning and ad- ings and curriculum objec- Spring Drafting Exhibit, vanced areas of mechanical, tires of all schools present. scheduled Thursday, April 17, architectural and pictorial An awards presentation will in Goodland, Kan. The draft- drawings and models. Chey- be held at one o'clock, to rec- ognize individuals who place ing exhibition is an annual enne Wells, Burlington and in each category and echool8 event, organized by students Hugo schools will be among whose students accumulate of the Technical Drafting De- 19 schools represented, the most points on their en- partment, Northwest Kansas Projects submitted for the tries. The public is invited to Area Vo-Tech School and in- exhibit will be displayed in the view the exhibit in the drafting structors Pat McMahon and drafting building of the vo-building of the vo-tecl'i school Jim Paulsen. tech school from 9 a.m. to 2in Goodland. Junior and senior high p.m., M.T. Entries will be school students from Colo- them a visit, and you'll find yourself coming back The giant squid's tentacles often reach 35 feet long. QOOoooo000oooooooo e L imon and Hugo tce to the music of invite you to attend a dance QOOOO0000000000 0 O O a -" N VIE ." D D B I D 10t ON, I 0 0 0 0 0 Effective April 14, 1980, the new hours of operation are Monday D : through Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 5"30 p.m. Trouble calls can be made by calling 633-6465 in Colorado KAY'S KORNER -,.,,,.,s.,, 12 oz. pkg. Swift 12 oz. pkg. $1.29 Morrell's lb. 12 oz. can Grape Juiee Swanson IOoz. 1 ]Jo03 Swanson lOoz. Chunky Chieken Chunky Beef Pie or Turkey Pie Yoplait asst. G oz. Calif. box eaeh Fresh lb. ]12e asst. eolorseaeh Texas Cabbage $1.29 Folgers 3 lb. ean Northern 4-roll pkg.