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Hugo, Colorado
April 17, 1980     Eastern Colorado Plainsman
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PAGE 12 By GRACE SCHACK and MINNIE SAMUELSON Mrs. Melvin Wolf and Mrs. Bob Sorensen visited Minnie Samuelson Tuesday, after re- turning from visiting Bob Sor- ensen at Prairie View East in Limon. Mr. and Mrs. Dorfie Rut- ledge spent Easter in West- minster with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCoy. Russell and Martha Logan, Wesley and Brian flew to Dal- las Thursday to spend several days visiting Martha's sister and family, returning Monday. Ray. and Mrs. Bush were supper guests at the Samuel- son home Tuesday, and Sat- urday evening visitors at Tom and Alice Orsmby's. Mrs. Sarah Trainer was the guest-of honor at a birthday celebration Friday. Those at- tending were Lola Padgett, HIla Webb, Charley Pepper, Lola Patton and Glen Trainer. EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN Mrs. Amy Trotter is serious- ly ill in the La Junta Medical Center. Darryl Johnson and Paul Bland of Cortez were guest musicians at the Karval Naza- rene Church Sunday. They have spent several days with Darryrs grandparents, the Samuelsons. On Saturday, Darryl, Paul Bland, and David Logan drove to Denver on business, also visiting Rick and Flora Trainer of Aurora. BETHANY, OKLA.--Annette Schack, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harry Schack of Rush, has been named Ms. Future Business Executive by the Ok- lahoma state chapter of Phi Beta Lambda, a campus or- ganization for students seek- in~ careers in business. Approximately 200 students representing colleges and uni- versities across Oklahoma participated in the Phi Beta Lambda state leadership con- vention, held Feb. 28-29, and March 1, at the Sheridan Cen- tury Center in Oklahoma City. Students selected by their local PBL chapters competed in a wide range of business- related events, including ac- counting, economics, and ex- temporaneous speaking. Schack, a senior at Bethany Nazarene College in Bethany, Okla., was one of nine young women tested and interviewed by professional businessper- sons, in the selection process for the Ms. Future Business Executive title. Miss Schack's competitors included the na- tional Phi Beta Lambda vice president Schack will participate in the competition for the na- tional Ms. Future Business Executive title, July 5-7, in Washington, D.C. Schack is not a newcomer to the na- tion's capital; she spent three months in Washington, D.C. last year as a participant in the American Studies Program, sponsored by a consortium of 41 Christian colleges. , APR. 17, foils renew contracts All teachers, but two, had their contracts renewed, it was announced at the April 8 Hugo School Board meeting. The two that will not be re- tained for the next school year are probationary kindergarten teacher Rita Myatt and proba- tionary second grade teacher Sally Warrick. In other action, the school board has appointed East Central BOCES director Phil Gore as the authorized Title I school district representative, to handle matters relating to federal grants. Superintendent Shuster re- ported on the School Activities Board garding the school athletic the state, in order to( energy. Changes level of competition minimal. The agreed to cut games down to 16, but Hugo has playing 16 per tion to reduce season by one game feated at the e By ZOLA KRAVIG It's nice to have a sunny Monday morning, after cold, cloudy, raw days the past week. Vivian Olsen entertained at a card party last Tuesday at her home. Those present were Edna Duncan, Lola Padgett and Hila Webb. LaVerne Shaw left Wednes- day morning to spend a week in Denver with her children. Several enjoyed the after- noon with Marilyn Stone Wed- nesday. The senior citizens band traveled to Eads Wednesday, entertaining at the nursing home. Vernice Stone went to Pueblo Tuesday, spending the night with her son and family. Kathryn Inness and Zola Kravig attended a board meet- ing in Hugo at the courthouse Thursday. The Karval intermediate and primary school pupils and teachers went to the Valley Livestock Friday, where they toured the Pryor sewing factory, and then to Bent's Fort for a day of learning and fun. Kathryn Inness and Zola Kravig made a business trip to La Junta Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Avara re- turned from Denver Friday- evening after visiting several days there. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Igou and Rhonda, of Eada, spent Friday night at the Roy Stone home. On Saturday, Vernice 'Stone accompanied them to Colorado Springs, attending a multi-state track meet in which their daughter, Nikki Igou, took second place in several events. The Keenagers band went to Fowler and Ordway Satur- day, entertaining at the nurs- ing home. ing homes. Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Igou and Brandon, of Hugo, and Fern Crosby were dinner guests Sunday at the Roy Net 4-8-80 Low 4-15-80 Cbuze Apr. Live Cattle 62.75 65.92 61.25 65.15 +2.40 June Live Cattle 62.10 65.75 60.10 64.87 +2.77 Aug. Live Cattle 61.60 64.97 61.25 64.30 +2.70 Apr. Feeder Cattle 67.45 71.25 65.95 71.02 +3.57 May Feeder Cattle 68.47 71.95 68.97 71.45 +2.97 Aug. Feeder Cattle 68.50 72.60 67.00 71.87 +3.37 Apr, Live Hogs 29.15 30.10 28.60 29.42 +.27 June Live Hogs 33.57 35.50 32.45 34.30 +.72 July Live Hogs 34.62 33.55 33.95 35.47 +.85 May Wheat 4.09% 4.29 3.85Vz 3.90'k -.19 July Wheat 4.16 4.33 3.94 3.99ah -.161h Sept, wheat 4.29% 4.43 4.07 4.13 -.16% May K.C. Wheat 4.07% 4.18 3.83:/,3.68V= -.21:A July K,C, Wheat 4.22 4.34 3.991/=4.03% -.18:/, Sept. K.C. Wheat 4.371/,4.49 4.15 4.20 -.171A May Corn 2.721h 2.76 2.64 2.68 -.04:/= July Corn 2.84:/,2.8l 2.761h 2.81 -.03% Sept. Corn 2.94 2.96% 2.87 2.911/4-.02% June IMM Gold 550- 571 501.5 529 -21.00 May Pork Bellies 34.50 35.60 32.35 33.42 -1.07 July Pork Bellies 35.65 38.10 33.65 34.65 -1.00 Aug. Pork Bellies 34.$7 37.15 33.20 34.07 -.50 Co.rtesu o/ WEINBERG BROS. & CO. Lhnun Stone home. Mr. and Mrs J.H. McCorkle were Colorado Springs visi- tors Friday. Edna Duncan attended fu- neral services for Grace Car- penter in Colorado Springs Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dutro and family, of Swink, were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dutro., and brother, Bob. Ray and Pansy Cook, and Hila Webb were shopping in Rocky Ford and Ordway Sat- urday. Janet Seymour was a Sun- day luncheon guest of Hila Webb. A number of relatives and friends helped Sarah Trainer celebrate her birthday at her home Friday afternoon. Janet Seymour and Rose Sorensen went to Hugo, Sun- day, to attend the flea market. Fern Crosby was a Sunday afternoon visitor at Mrs. Row- ton's. Connie LoBorde looks over items at last:I weeks PTO Flea Market pubtic is int~:ted to a coffee Frank Lee Republicmt candidate for United States Senator Saturday, April 19, 9:30 a. Nordica II Restaurant, Limon "Come ~.~d meet a ~ m~" Poid by Lee/or U.S. 8e.',.ate Co,n e "The Market on the e 128, 1 p.m. + This sale will be held Al ril 30. 1980, 11 a.m., if it is postponed due to bad weather. HENRY BLAKE, Call " to your 29870 Hwy. 6 Brush, Colorado 70 Angus heifers, 350-550 Ibs. Granddaughters of Ankonian Dynamo 5 Holstein steers, 400-500 Ibs. 5 Angus bulls, easy caivers 6 Registered Polled Hereford bulls, 2 yrs. old-1,000 1 Registered Angus bull-4 yrs. old