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Eastern Colorado Plainsman
Hugo, Colorado
April 17, 1980     Eastern Colorado Plainsman
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EASTRRN COLORADO PLAINSMAN Mrs. Monty Matt- are the proud If you want to buy a pair of boy born crutches or an eight-gallon Del Matt- stainless steel milk buck(H, or t6pounds, 3 71/e8 a walking plow or some oak 181/2 inches barrels, or less unusual things to fit everyday needs, you'll be Mrs. Thomas Horan able to find them at one of the the proud parents area's largest consignment born April 11, auctions, to take place in Wade Horan Genoathis Saturday, April 19. Pounds, 31/4 Sponsored by the local was 21 inches Lions Club, the giant sale will be held on the lot east of Gen- Mrl. Robert Cure ofoa School, and will start at 10 'the proud parents o'clock in the mornino. Ma- born Apdl 10, chinery and equipment will be William Cure Pounds, 1 3V84 231/2 inches sold at 2 p.m. The wares offered range from antiques to household items, to machinery, to motor vehicles, and every other im- aginable item under the sun that might be of value or use to someone. The Genoa sophomore class will serve lunch for the buyers in the school lunch- room. A bake sale to benefit the bookmobile will also take place during the auction Lincoln Community Hospital Report GeDoa, to Andersen, Forrest Williams, Hugo Harold Sellon, North Dakota John Anderson, Limon Sadie Aleff, Hugo Leo Nicks, Limon Bessie Rector, Deer Trail Karla Cobough, Hugo Mary E. Thompson, LCNH Lynn [,everett, Limon Claren Jadmn, Ramah Juanita Ayres, Hugo Richard Sutterlin, Flagler Sadie Lamm, Hugo DeAnn Cure, Stratton Trudy Horan, Hugo Thomas Basktt, Lirnon Connie Mattson, L/mon 3-22-8O 4- 9-80 4- 4-80 4- 9-80 4- 2-80 remains 4- 2-80 remains 4- 2-80 4- 9-80 4- 3-80 4-13-80 4- 4-80 4- 8-80 4- 5-80 remains 4- 5-80 4- 7-80 4- 7-80 remains 4- 8-80 4-14-80 4- 8-80 remains 4- 9-80 4-11-80 4-10-80 4-12-80 4-II-80 4-13-80 4-11-80 4-13-80 4-12-80 4-14-80 TOWN OFGENOA The regular Town Board meeting was held April 3, 1980. The following bills were ordered paid: Honckels Supply Election supplies $121.57 K.C. Electric Power 99. Peoples Natural Gas Gas 7.92 Eastern Colo. Plainsman Legal 64.40 E.S.B_T.A. Phone 21.84 Mt. View Electric Power 215.47 South Side Service Gasoline 30.18 Re-I b rolling Gen~ Rural Fire Dept. Donation 25.00 80@- -~ .Lena Martin Election Judge 3000 N~ne Lars~ Election Judge 30.00 md=mittnd by 7:30 Cora Freonmn Election Judge 30.00 0 begin May Keith ~ Wages 32.00 uperin~. Harold Dreier Wages & postage TL58 to: S Robbie Wyckoff Wages & mileage $141.40 Huge~ I~ 247. Hugo, Co~ 743-2428. Mayor: Randy Jeuen Attest: Roberta Wyckoff, Clerk & 24, & May t, 1980 Pk~mmn Published April 17, I~0 In The Eastern Cold, redo Plairmrnan No. 199 IANDI~ Ne.~ ~ OF 8AI,E IN~%r~CE sorlm~tion, PREISSEP. J.G. PREISSER, OF COLORAI~ D. SHEA~ J. GLENN TUP~ INC., ROBERT tn~ I~AND and Tru~ INC., TEMPLER V. FRAbrK, THE OF LINCOLN OF COLORADO, who may claim Defendants. ton 1980, a public sale Sheriff of thb Co~- a.m. at the south Courthouse of Lin~in Sev~mth, Hugo, 8aid sale is made put- of Foreclosure issued for the County of day of March, 198@ property to be sold as Tt~ South Half (SV=) of (20); All of Section the West Half (W%) of Soet~n Twenty-eight (28); All of S~. CJJ307558, and one 6" Worthiagton tion Twonty-nim~ (29); the West Half Pump No. UTP 36995, mid ~ G.E. (Wl/I), and the West Half of the Eut Electric Motor No. F_JJ~6470, and one Hal/(W%E1/z) of Soeti~ Thirty (30}; pump, and o~ G.E. Electric Mot~ No. all in Towneh/p Fourteen (14} 8outh, BLJ 2/9137 and one lit Worthington_ Range Hfty-viSht (58) West of the 6th Pump No. UTP 43698 and one G.-E. P.M., AND Electrk Motor, no number, and one 8" THE East H~f (EV~) of ~ Layne, Bowler Turbine Pump No. Twenty-five (25); Townahip Foorte~ 10012. and ~ U.S. Electric Motor No. (14) South, Range Fifty-nine ($9) West P,~073662, and one 8** Layne, Bowler ofthe6th P.M. Turbine pump No. 10013, and one U.8. TRACT II: Tim South Half (S~h), and the South Half of the North (SV=N%) of Secthm Twenty-one (21); Towneh/p Fourteen {14} South, l~mge Fifty-eight (58) West of the 6th P.M. TRACT m: The Eazt lIMf of the EMt (E%EVJ) of Soetiou Thirty (80); Township Fourteen (14) South, Range Fifty-eight (58) West of the 6th P,M., all land in the County of IAncdn, State of~. Together with, but not by way M limitation, one 6" Worthingt~ Pump No. UTP 37182, and oue G.E. Eleetrie Motor No. DJJ418668, and one Y Worthington Pump No. UTP ~, and one G.E. Electric Motor No. CJJ3Sf~, and one 6" Worthington Pump No. UTP S~986, and ona G.E. Electrk Motor No. EJJ530464L and 8" W~.m-n Pump No. 19834, and G.E. Eleetrk Motor No. EJJS0959~ and one 5" Worthingt4m Pump No. UTP 37128, and ~ G.K Electric MoUx" lt/o. CJJ321505, and one 6" Worthington Pump No. UTP 37134, and one G.E. Electric Motor No. JJ530463, and one 4~ Ja~ Pump No. 562AM8, and one 30 H.P, Electric Franklin Motor No. 6S2AM8, and one 6" Worthington Pump No. UTP 35387, and one G.E. Electric Motor No. CJJ307564, and one 6" Worthington Pump No. UTP 35386, and one G.E. Electric Motor No. Motor No, R2078644, and one Valley Oil Sprinkler No. 7958, and one lhimt Sp~@~or NO. 1M, and Rtin~at Sprink~ No. 137. and o~ Val- by Sprink~ No. 1~0~. and o~ Valley Sprinkler No. 12862, and one Valley Sprinidor No. 12860. and all other water and water rights u hereinafter provided. You are fiwther notif~d that the owner of tho prem/ses or any pereen who might be liable upon a def~iency may redeem the lmmaises .old by pay- ing to the Sheriff the sum for which the property was sold with interest from the d~to of the sale at the rate specified in the origimd im~xm~t togeth~ with any taxes paid or other prolm, u now profiled by w. 8akl period o( redemption ~ extend for s/x (~) monthe from the date of sale. Additioneny, you should note the at. ~ revisio~ eoneern/nS cm~ of de- hu~t whore dd~ult i~ ba~d upou ~- psymout of an ~ of psym~t in the instruments being foreclom~d. Said explanation is attached hereto. LeROY YOWELL Sheriff of Lincoln County Publ/shed April 17 & 24, May 1 & 8, 1980 In The Eastern Colorado Plainsman No. 197 Richard and Joella Winterberg to Walter Clay, Limon, Lots 1 and 2, Block 4, Pershing's Add., Limon. Harvey E. Dine, Flagler, to C-D Farms, Inc., Lindon, NE% Sec. 20, T6S, R52 W6P.M., ex- cepting, and reserving to seller % int. to oil, gas, minerals for 10 yrs. Dale E. and Helen Irene Mc- Coy to Lenny K. Engel, Limon, Lot 7, Bl~k 1, Tranquil Acres, Vratil Subdivision, Limon. Ernest C. and Arlene Hollings- worth to Marvin W. and Ka~n Jo McGee, W. 6@ Lots 15-18, Block 6, Arriba (723 Front St.). PAGE 13 ORNeil Fa , Inc., to V. Rob- eft and Jam T. Ostrowski, Flagler, 1-10, aka N% See. 4, SV, See. 4, all Sec. 9, T6S, R52 W6P.M. Roland and Roger R. Jacquart dba R&R Farms, Haskell, Co.. Kan., to Jack L. and Marleen Pfost, Limon, N% S~. 18, T13S, R56 W6P.M., 330 acres, % rights to all oil, gas, mineral rights for 10 yrs., and thereafter, with c~mtinued produeti~m. Danny R. and Mary E. Bryan, Elko, Co., Nev., to Gary L. and Diane L. Chandler, Lim(m, Lot 19, Block 2, Baskett Heights Add., Limon (1745 Circle L n.). Dennis E. and Mary R. Lester to Kenneth L. and Mary R. Ster- ling, WV~ Lot 12, Lots 13-15, Block 12, Hill's Add., Hugo {125 7th St.). ii II Homes that need painting & insulation Paonia-Hotchkiss homeowners in this general area will be g~ven the opportunity of having new Chateau Solid Vinyl Siding applied to their homes with optional decorative work at a yen,, low cost. This amazing new product has captured the interest of homc.owners throughout the United States who are fed up with constant painting and other maintenance costs. It will last for years and provides full ins-dation sum,,'~er and winter, ,t~ ,,ell as fire protecl,on. Our new product can be used ow,r every type of home. including frame, concrete block, stucco, etc It com~:s in a choice of colors and is now going to be introduced to your market. Your home can be a show place in your vicinity and we will make it worth your while if we can use your home. Mail the below coupon today to: i ! i liilN MIDWESTERN CONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLY 15591 E. Balavis Drive Aurora, Colo. 80011 or call $41-0514 collect I I I I NalT~ ...................................o .......... , ......... ,. Address ....................................................... Phol~e ............... o ............. , ...... o ...... oo.o~ ......... Cily ............................................................ Best Time To Call Morning F_] Afternoon ~ Evening [] I I I I I I I I ~ cmm Imm mmmm m m ~=m m, em, =mm mm,m mm mm m~m il(lll ) ! i ! Bull Test Association PERFORMANCE TESTED BULL SALE TUESDAY -- APRIL 22 -- 1:00 P.M. AKRON, COLORADO The sale will be held at the new testing facilities at Eastern Colorado Research Center located midway between AKRON and STERLING -- 8 miles south of Interstate 76 or 16 miles north of Akron off Highway 63. 261 Bulls On Test -- Top Half Will Sell 61 HEREFORDS 20 POLLED HEREFORDS 106 ANGUS 52 SlMMENTALS 22 OTHER BREEDING FROM 90 COOPERATING HERDS You will like this exceptionally fine set of yearling bulls that will average close to 1,100 pounds by sale time. All sale bulls will have a performance index above 95 and will have been fertility tested.