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Eastern Colorado Plainsman
Hugo, Colorado
April 17, 1980     Eastern Colorado Plainsman
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17, 1980, HUGO, CO. EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN PAGE 9 new .... |Patter enjoyed dinnerColorado Springs for some Gladys Pot- shopping Monday. n Community Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kravig .unday. went to Karval Monday eve- and Mrs. Ray Troyer, ning, where they enjoyed Sill, of Burlington, pizza with Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Gus Wid- Kravig. The occasion was to and Amy Sunday eve- celebrate the birthdays of Har- old and Jean. Mrs. Randy Monks, and Leslie were attending the Open house was held for Sponsored by the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sellon of the school Sun- Hugo, Colo., for their 60th wedding enniversary at the Forristall, Margaret Randolph House Ca~e and Rogers, Mr. and Steak House on Sunday after- Weeder, Toni noon, March 23, from 2 to 4 Scalise, Della Urn- p.m. Thea, Kim Wallace, Approximately 100 guests Mr. and signed the guest book. The I, Ann, Shir- surprise event was hosted by Paul and Bruce, Mrs. Sellon's sisters, nieces of Boulder, and nephews. and Belinda, of A three-tier cake floral cen- Hoefler and La- terpiece and candles centered enjoyed dinner the serving table. A short pro- resources at the gram consisting of slides of United Methodist their early life were shown, SUnday. Toni and Lor-followed by the reading of two attended a workshop poems by niece Mrs. Dennis ernoon, and Kucera, and a sing-along of helped out at the old-time songs by all. Smith and Stacey, Mr. and Mrs. Sellon were KrisMellott married March 23, 1920 at Ehlers went to Wayne, and moved to Hugo, No need to any further for your seed needs. Listen to what we have. If we don't us know and we will do our to get it for you. *OTIS SPRING BARLEY *COLO. 37 SEED OATS *FREMONT CANE *SUMAc CANE *TRICKER MIXTURE BLOOD PRESSURE *COMMON SUDAN GOLDEN GERMAN MILLET *SIBERIAN MILLET -.*RED HERSHEY *WHITE PROSO *WHITE WONDER MILLET GOLDEN ACRES . GOLDMAKER *SWEET BEE *NORTHRUP KING SORDAN *BULK GARDEN SEED *PACKAGED GARDEN SEED *ONION SETS *SEED POTATOES VISION WEST UMON ELEVATOR Dorothy Nogel, Manager Limon e Colo., on a farm where they are still residing. They are the parents of two sons, six grandchildren and three great- grandchildren, and the big surprise to all was the coming of their sons, Donald and Ar- thur of Colorado, to help them celebrate the happy event. They also received congrat- ulations, via phone, from rela- tives from Minnesota and Ar- kansas. Guests present came from Denver and Hugo, Colo. ; Spencer, Wis.; Wayne, Car- roll, Laurel, Bellwood, Cres- ton, Osmond, Neligh, Dixon, McLean, Sholes, Norfolk, Ha- dar and Randolph, all in Ne- braska. FACTS ABOUT THE 9 HEALTH FAIR 9 Health Fair screenings are a group at tests given quickly, at one time and place. If any indications of unusual conditions are found, you will be notified and advised to see your faintly physician If you do not have a family physician, you will be furnished a referral source. *OPTIONAL BLOOD TESTING WILL BE DONE AT ALL 9 HEALTH FAIR SITES This test includes testing for diabetes, cholesterol. triglycerides, kidney disease. liver disease, gout. iron. and many more There is a $600 charge on these tests to cover lab tees and expenses* " In addition some 9 Health Fair sites may have tests tar hearing, glaucoma, podiatry.. sickle cell anemia, oral, breast, cervical and rectal cancer. Please check your local site for availability **Please do not eat for 4-12 hours before'taking these blood tests. Some tests are affected by fasting and some are not. More detailed information about the tests will be provided at the 9 Health Fair sites and with your laboratory results III IIII SILKY SATINS Reg. $4.29 / yd. Sale $3.29 / yd Beautiful Pastel Colors-- excellent for Prom dresses. Discontinued Patterns 50c a piece I AN IMPORTANT WEEK TO REMEMBER: APRIL 13-20, 1980 III THESE SCREENING TESTS ARE NOT, NOR ARE THEY INTENDED TO BE, A SUBSTITUTE FOR PHYSICAL EXAMINATION BY YOUR FAMILY DOCTOR The 9 Health Fair Program cannot give you a "Clean Bill of Health.*' This is the prerogative of your doctor. THE 9 HEALTH FAIR SCREENING The tallowing tests are available at all sites without charge: Blood Pressure * Anemia Height Weight , Vision Counseling and Referral Health Exhibits and Demonstrations WHAT 9 HEALTH FAIR SCREENING MIGHT DO FOR YOU The tests are designed to detect diseases before they become serious. If a problem is detected you should see your family doctor for further diagnosis and treatment WHO MAY PARTICIPATE All persons 18 years at age or over may take advantage of the 9 Health Fair with no charge to the individual unless he or she chooses to have the optional blood tests Screening tests given at the 9 Health Fair are not physical examinations, and suspicious ill, dings are not positive evidence at disease, Limon Mark Zundel 775-9542 Ardba Ole Lee 768-3388 Sam Wickham 775-395 Avon Sailer 768-3221 Rosco Hoffman 775-9579 Oale Saffer 768-3245 Jim O'Bden 775.2066 Genoa Gall Allen 763-2305 HugO Lee's Motel 743-2474 Lyle Lundien 763-2283 EVERYBODY BENEFITS Come prepared to give the name and phone number at your personal doctor. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: 9 HEALTH FAIR (303) 893-4455 [BT~, Channel 9 is sponsoring the 9 Health Fair in cooperation with many local community service organizations, the Lions Clubs of Colorado, and the National Health Screening Council. LIMON Umon High School Cafeteria Sun., April 20 10-5 p.m. Please donate any old eyeglasses I Babysitting available