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Eastern Colorado Plainsman
Hugo, Colorado
April 17, 1980     Eastern Colorado Plainsman
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PAGE 10 By MILDRED LOSS Joanne Boetger, Mary Jo Ravenkamp and June Scarinzi were last Monday afternoon visitors of Lorraine Poss. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wendling and Kyle, of Boulder, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lows of Vail spent Easter in the parental Glenn Lowe home. Ethel Pearson and Ethel Hawkins went to Limon Tues- day afternoon, where they met Mrs. Pearson's daughter, Jeannie Sackett of Cope, for dinner, attending the art show there. A large crowd attended the spring concert at the Hugo School auditorium Thursday evening. Irene Carpenter of Mathe- son spent Wednesday morn- ing with Lois Engelhardt, and was a luncheon guest. Jane Hubbard, Jim, Brenda and Linn went to Sterlklg Tuesday and Wednesday, vis- iting her sister, Mrs. Mike Un- rein, and family. Mr'. and Mrs. Robin Crabb and Heather, of Burlington, visited Thursday in the Gus Widhalm home, attending the funeral of Tony Emmerling. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sellon were Saturday visitors of Net- tie Williams. Mike Masher helped his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Masher, with chores Satur- day, ~nd was a dinner guest there. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Gas- sett and Steve went to Denver Friday to visit, before retum- ing to the base in Florida Monday. Pikes Peak Community Col- lege's VlCA (Vocational Indus- trial Clubs of America) pro- grams and the American Welding Society, southern Colorado section, will be sponsoring a display of weld- ed products and equipment at the Citadel Mall on April 25 and 26. The display is part of Na- tional Welded Products Month (April), and is-designed to help make the public aware of southern Colorado's contribu- tions to welding, to improve productivity and "The Amer- ican Way of Life." Over 100 commercial exhibitors am ex- pected to attend. For more In- formation, call 576-7711, ext. 574. There will be a meeting (not' a practice) on Sunday, April 20, at the baseball field in Hugo, for all persons between the ages of 13 and 18 who are interested in playing summer baseball. If you can't make the meet- ing, but are interested in play- ing baseball this summer, please contact Jim Krug at 743-2778. EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN THURS. APR. ings Mr. and Mrs. Tom Piskorski and Randy Monks went to Burlington Saturday, where they visited Oscar Anderson in the hospital. Alice Paintin hosted Home- stead E.H. Club Thursday, with Luella Hershberger and Russell, Shirley Cox and Earl Forristall as guests. Films were enjoyed, and discussed, on consumer foods. The meeting date was changed to the second Monday, and will be at the home of Lorlta For- ristall. Velma Schoening of Cody, Wyo. has been visiting her sister, Jessie Schoonover in Limon, and with her son, Jan- ner Schoening. Ray Toombs and Dana Pot- ter of Boyero went to Colo- rado Springs on business Sat- urday. Susie Monks, Johnny and Leslie were Saturday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Masher. Mr. and Mrs. Dennle Igou and Brandon were Friday eve- ning visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill__M_ow Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nail and family, and Lorraine Pass went to Denver Friday eve- ning, and were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bajorin, Dana and Christine. They returned home Saturday evening. Visitors last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doc Williams were Jewell Mohan, Mr. and Mrs. Ceoil Perry, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Issman. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Trujillo, Kimberlee and Brian, of Den- ver, spent Saturday with the Earl Forrlstall family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schroeder were among those attending the flea market in Arriba Sun- day. Ethel Pearson entertained Saturday afternoon, with Lela Sellon, Jewell Mohan, Miriam Derry, Ethel Hawkins and Ver- na Bowhan as her guests. Cards were enjoyed. Mike Masher and Red More- land were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Masher. Navy Fire Control Technic- ian 2nd Class Michel J. New- comb, son of Herman J. and Helen M. Newcomb of 623 C Ave., Limon, has returned from deployment in the west- ern Pacific and Indian Ocean. He is a crewmember aboard the guided-missile cruiser USS Bainbridge, homeported in San Diego. While deployed, his ship operated as a unit of the U.S. 7th Fleet. During the seven-month cruise, the Bainbrldge steam- ed over 60,000 miles, and op- erated with three battle groups. Assignments took his ship from the Sea of Okhotsk to the Arabian Sea, as it par- ticipated in training exercises with other 7th Fleet units. He and his fellow crewmembers had the opportunity to visit Mombasa, Kenya and Perth, Australia. The Bainbridge is 565 feet long, and carries a crew of 500. His ship is outfitted with "Harpoon" missiles, and anti- submarine rockets. A 1971 graduate of Limon High School, Newcomb join- ed the Navy in January 1976. Hugo High School placed first in recent league academ- ic competition hosted by the student council at Eads. The winning Hugo team was represented by a panel consisting of seniors Scott Jolly, Mike Allen, junior Laura Walker and sophomore Helen Foley, with alternates, seniors Roger Davis and Pat Ensign, and student council sponsor John Bandy. Trophy winners, in addition to Hugo, were, Earls, second place; Karval, third; and Plainview, consolation. Other schools participating at the competition were Cheyenne Wells, Arapahoe, McClave and Wiley. Each school of four students, asked questions teachers from the ing schools. in areas such as ology, anatomy, arts, industrial artS, math, home counting and sports. To get to the bracket, the HugO downed a highly Karval team In time. Hugo then with the Eads team to~ competition As first place Hugo also won a scholarship to munity College for uating senior. Gayla affair at Hugo Wreckroom The Hugo Wreck Room was the site for a contest last Friday night, April 11, under the direction getic Ray and B.J. Schroeder, new owner-managers. Some 13 contestants took to the stage to obtain included cash, food, trophies, and an overnight trip to with the driver of a state snowplow. In all seriousness, 13 contestants did take to the compete for four trophies, placement to be judges Paul Forristall, Keith Lofdahi and Mike Contestants performing included Shirley Forristall flute, Kristi Loss on the guitar, John Forristall and lenbaugh singing. Also, Karl Schweitzer singing (sort Loss and Cindy Paintin dancing, and Jet Bailey sticks and mouth organ Winners were Brenda Judd and Ris Adams of sang and performed on the guitar, taking first place, of Arriba, who captured second with his im vis, Beje Schweitzer taking third with her folk singing iele playing, and fourth place going to Betty Newel! for] and singin'. All contestants were awarded a free drink and pizza, winners received a handsome trophy. Chris Osborne, Lyle Ravenkamp and Steve Boetger formed their rendition of "Goldilocks and the Three However, the three took to the stage after the judging pleted. Ray Schroeder, Wreck Room owner, manager, chef, washer, barkeep and bouncer, acted as master of The judges took his word when he said he was not in titian for a trophy, or the trip to Bovina. 25% off regular retail price of any attachment below when purchased with a new Jonn Deere 210, 212, 214 or 216 Tractor. Offer expires 31 May 1980. gAVE ~.7S or $72.~ SAVE $132.25 43 From Blade SAVE $53.25 31 ~ Tdteqr SAVE $142.25 *', I,:%',. Z~O CFKIe L., ,, , i j~ See us today for a John Deere Limon Farm Equipment I II I IIII III I III