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Hugo, Colorado
April 17, 1980     Eastern Colorado Plainsman
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17, 1980, HUGO, CO. EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN PAGE U og r the Christian Burial by Father Robert the St. Anthony's in Hugo, for I Class Anthony Jo- an April 10, sung by the with Bonnie Casket- Randy Lathrop, Hill, Robin Sitton and Kim honor guard military honors Cemetery at a 21-gun sal- trumpeting of flag was his mother at the graveside service. he was known to friends, was born Colorado on July lion of John E. and He spent on the family Genoa Public he partici- basketball He graduated High School in the United in 1977 for a tour of duty, pur- in law enforce- his basic military police McClellan, Ala. t assigned to duty Ft. Hood, Tx. he went to the Zone, as a the 193rd Infantry 30, 1980, he died suffered in a aCCident, in which on a Pan- in death and is survived Lois of Genoa; of Ellicott, Ed Genoa, and Sterling ; sisters from Fair Oaks, Blazer from ; four neph- and a host of Maude Cline Maude Mary Cline was born Feb. 10, 1896 at Webster, Kan., a daughter of Joseph and Sara Randall. She was the 12th child born to the Ran- dalls. She married Benjamin Cline in 1~1, and they moved to Colorado. To this union was born a daughter, Charlene Jose- phine, in September of 1912. Charlene married Paul Schaf- fer, and to this union six chil- dren were born. Shortly after the birth of her sixth child, in 1935, Charlene died, leaving the children without a mother. Maude and Ben took them in, and raised them as their own. In 1945, Ben died, leaving Maude the responsibility of raising the children on a small farm, north of Simla. She con- tinued to take care of the chil- dren, although times were rough and she had to raise them alone. In 1957, Maude moved to Simla, where she lived until 1978, when she became ill and was hospitalized for a short time. She then lived with Pauline for about a year, until she could no longer take care of herself. She was then moved to the Hugo nursing home, where she lived until March 29, 1980. Maude leaves to mourn her, six grandchildren (Geraldine Tafoya, Pauline Stuke, Elsie Romero, Henry Schaffer, Bar- bara Taylor and William Schaffer), 36 great-grandchil- dren, and 80me gmat-gllat- -~ grandchildren. Servlcee were held AI II 2, 1980 lit the 841n1~ Biptlet Chur , wltlt Rev. Ct tee Hawker offlctgflng Mrs. Linda McClelland sang "How Great Thou Art" and "In the Gar- den," accompanied on the pi- ano by Mrs. Alvina Esarey. Services were under the dir- ection of the Love Funeral Home, with burial in the Simla cemetery. Casketbearers were Frank Plum, Kenneth Plum, Ran Tracy, Frank McGaugh and Harold Benjamin, The latest addition to our Mutual of Omaha team here and ready to help you with all your health and life insurar e needs. Put this expert's knowledge and training to work for you today. By LOUISE SELLON Mrs. Dale Webb and Cindy Hollowell were Thursday eve- ning callers at the Gordon Hollowell and Mrs. Zephia Hollowell homes. Mrs. Bud Boetger, who has been a patient at the Veterans Hospital in Denver for many months, is able to be at home, and is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Theisen were Sunday guests at the Chuck Clagett home in Colo- rado Springs. Sunday dinner guests in the Dave Hubbard home were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ravenkamp and children. Mary Reicks suffered a massive stroke last Friday, and is a patient in intensive- care in Lincoln Community Hospital in Hugo. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sellon re- turned home last Friday eve- ning after spending the past three weeks visiting relatives in Randolph, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Stum and girls were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Burls Mannis home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hollo- well were Sunday callers at the Zephia Holiowell home. Cindy Hollowell spent the weekend in the Dale Webb home. Joe Beckman called at the Ravenkamp home Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Boet- ger, Mrs. Lorraine Ravenkamp and Lyle, and Steve Boetger enjoyed bowling in Llmon Sunday evening, and later en- joyed dinner at a local cafe there. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sellon were Saturday afternoon cal- lers in the Nettle Williams and Ernest Nail homes. BLUE CLIFF COMMUNITY, INC. ELECTION OF TREASURER & 2 REGULAR MEMBERS APRIL 30, 8:00 P.M. BLUE CLIFF COMMUNITY BUILDING l East of School =y SALE TO START 10:00 A.M. SHARP (Machinery and Equipment at 2:00 P. M. Sharp) . 1--6x16 Stock Trailer, full top, elec- tric brakes. brakes. --1972 Aspen Pickup Camper, stove, oven. radio, h~lter, like new. --1973 Mobile Villa Bx35. oir cond., 'IV Hltenno. skirting, ~ning, like --)970 IHC Pickup. --4.hp. Riding Mower. good, MmQUS Harness. 1--Walking Plow --Oak Barrels, --,~,veral Pieces of Antique Furniture. --Lam9. 1---Pair of Crutd'm~. I--Stainless Steel Milk Bucket. B-gal. I--3.hp. Gasoline Engine. 1--Chev. Transmission, 19S4 .ton, goed. I--Chev. Oifferential and Drive Sh