Notice: Undefined index: HTTP_REFERER in /home/stparch/public_html/headmid_temp_main.php on line 4389
Newspaper Archive of
Eastern Colorado Plainsman
Hugo, Colorado
April 17, 1980     Eastern Colorado Plainsman
PAGE 8     (8 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Jumbo Image    Save To Scrapbook    Set Notifiers    PDF    JPG
PAGE 8     (8 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Jumbo Image    Save To Scrapbook    Set Notifiers    PDF    JPG
April 17, 1980
Newspaper Archive of Eastern Colorado Plainsman produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2024. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information
Terms Of Use | Privacy Policy | Request Content Removal | About / FAQ | Get Acrobat Reader

PAGE 8 EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN THURS., APR. 17, 1980, I By LENA MARTIN American Legion Post 31 and Auxiliary unit 31 met Tuesday evening at the Legion Hall. The girls filled out re- ports. They will be selling poppies at the Lions sale athis poppies at the Lions sale this month. The Legion boys held their election, with all officers being held over another year. Refreshments were served. Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the Trinity Church basement for their regular Bible study Wednesday afternoon, with seven ladies and Pastor Berg- man present. Maybelle Martin served angel food cake with strawberries, coffee and tea. A dinner was served Thurs- day noon at the Legion Hall for the Emmerling relatives, neighbors and friend. It was sponsored by the Auxiliary girls. Mr. and Mrs. Lester John- son of Littleton were Tuesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Covington, Sr. Mrs. Johnson is a niece of Mrs. Covington. Paul Martin went to Sterling Tuesday, where he attended the funeral of his agricultural teacher. Genoa's new town board members were sworn in at their April 3 meeting, and took a vigorous look at the town's immediate and upcoming needs. The following priorities were identified, and will be looked into: --Updating the fire depart- ment, including upgrading the fire truck and repairing fire phones. The possibility of moving the fire phone from the grocery store to the Smartronics store was also discussed. A pension plan for the volunteer firemen will also be looked into. --Snow removal. Putting a blade on the trash truck and talking to the county about improving snow removal. --Repairing the town trac- tor and putting on power steering. --Setting a day in April for rabies shots for pets, to be administered by a local veter- inarian. --Upgrading of the water system; replacing valves on existing wells, and replacing and repairing water meters. Mayor Smart said that he will work on appointing com- mittees to act further on the various priorities. In other business, work on street signs and street num- bers was reported to be pro- gressing. With the help of the Lions Club, routed-out red- wood posts have been placed on the street corners, and the town is now awaiting for the ordered aluminum house numbers to arrive. Roscoe Cobb of Arribo received second place at the Wreckroom talent contest, BONDED LOCKSMITH Your Lock and Key Troubles, Our Specialty. 179EAve. Ph. 775-9300 - Res. 775.9"301 Sophomore Pancake Supper Friday, April 25, 1980 Hugo School Lunchroom 5-7 p.m. Adults $2.50 Grade school $1.50 Advance sales Adults S2--Grade school $1 Just before the Hugo Faculty Follies BAG FRESH LEAN Liq Coco-Eel= ,,o.. q"lc~.,~mon c,~ ...... : m'Jco.~ ............ Z :.'r' Towels ..~ 69 I Cookies ,,,o,. 79 hast. Coffee .......... :. '3" Look What 79c Will Buy! ,n..suce. ,m.*.,,L..T,Z~'~G ~omatoSauce.,, -:.4~,ll=.ruitC.u~t.aH-=---2/.~9.'lflli~I"s ~'~'~'~7' 79' ,,Beef Liver ,Bologna ,reef ............ , "llomote Joke -.,..~.', Tomatoes :: ". 49' Stewed Tom=oe=~.:. 49"| Milk Mote Sl" [ Chef-Bov-Ar-D,M SmM*~A~.~ "*~*T~Zo=~(; I*.S zo. =G CatFood. ~. o..-- -'" SO'lDisp"bteBwLs-' : ~l ..... =m~,Zl --- "Wieners eSliced Bacon Toaditos .... ." 1T'T"m~-- .... :: "" :~ :*OO ;, 8&R-SREGt~LkR ~LIPKG Roll Sausage YOUR CHOICE PKG. Chicken Fried Steak ......... $2" U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF Bottom Round Steak JeofCebodStook .. s zz an ................. :. '1" III III U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF Bottom Round Roast LB. Select Produce .LB. Ill SUNKIST CHUNK STYLE Tuna LARGE 17 PIECE BOX Milk 1 - I/Z G=L 51C AA Lg. Eggs ! Doz. Family Tissue 29c Sh~-sh Margarine 2/39' 5unklst Valencia Oranges 5 ~. 49c S~uffine WhiRped T~p~r~ 8 Oz. 7c ~r S, 1 2 Oz. SI~ Bacon Zgc BANQUET Fried SHURFRESH I t COLO. RED Cream Pies ....... :, Sg". ,t ]11 '-" ; ": Mixed Veg .=~. O ~,O~ ) BAG Sunkist FOOD MARKET