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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - May 6, 1976, Colorado Springs, Colorado Pikes Peak regional Library Box 1579 2 Colorado co 80301 serving the pikes Peak Plains Regio May 1976 largest Rural weekly in All of Filbert county an East Elpaso county Al volume 76 Issue 1 1 cubs head for state hello stranger Large herds of Deer have been seen lately in the basins of ranch land Wavea annual meeting this Friday the 1976 annual meet ing of Mountain View elec tric will be Friday May 1976 at the Limon High school Jack Uvea s general says this is a very important meeting and we Hope that each member will make an Effort to we Are All concerned about the rate i believe we have a program that will help you to better under stand the Overall Bill manager of Public affairs for Tri state generation and Meas Power will make a presentation on Why our electric rates keep in an election of directors will also be Paul King of District the Monument and Black Forest and John person from District which includes Peyton and Are seeking District including Limon and the area South in Lincoln is vacant due to the resignation of Wil Liam the nominating committee has submitted the names of David James station and Dale Walker for this the meeting will begin at 9 with Coffee Ana Uvea annual meeting is Friday doughnuts served until the Early Bird a color will be a warded at 10 Over seventy prizes will be presented during the morning the sundowners prize will be a Sunbeam mix this meeting is a change from our past Payne we have moved to Friday and will have no after noon this allows us the same amount of time for the but lets us re Duce our members Are urged to come Early and each member registering will receive a free Hilltop collision a collision occurred Miles North of Peyton on Bijou Basin Road at april Joe of was northbound on Bijou Basin Road and Carol was southbound when the two vehicles met at the Crest of a both cars Slid before the in the left front of Dzuris 1972 Chevrolet sideswiped the left rear of furlongs 1968 Ford station the Furlong vehicle Slid on South and rolled Over coming to rest on the East Edge of the Road facing the blot ado state patrol reported no nor if either party was cited for a High stakes in lookalike contest the Mother daughter look alike1 contest winners will receive for either the Mother or daughter in gift certificates and savings plus a hair and a shampoo and set from businesses in ranch land the ranch land farm news is also giving away a gift certificate to the oldest Mother and a gift certificate to the Mother with the most the Only requirement to enter the contest is that either the Mother or daughter be a sub Scriber to the ranch land farm participating businesses in the contest Are in g r and Sandys hair in Farmers state Bank Thompsons phar Macy Courter Supply and Eves House of if you feel you Are one of the oldest mothers or that your Mother is please Send her name and age to the ranch land news office or Call 5412288 before next tuesday this also applies to the Mother with the most so the news office has not received a name for either of these special for More see the half Page in this Issue concern ing the or Contact the ranch land farm news of fice not the participating closing Date for the three special mothers is May at the Simla cubs Are on the Way to state for the third year running and look As Strong As Ever the cubs will Host the quarterfinals game to be held this saturday at 10 the opponent will Likely be Stras but the Union Pacific league haunt been decided at press the cubs lost an Early sea sop game to Strasburg earlier this but had Little prac Tice prior to the game and were missing a few the cubs have a 101 re defeating All bal Competition twice they have amassed 122 total runs while allowing the opponents Only Catcher Roa Wingard leads the team with 17 of the cubs total 97 hits and sports a remark Able win Fard also has the High of 19 runs attend in Bis of the teams he has a total of 21 runs for the team and 11 stolen Bas Roger Green is also hitting at a average while hero Lanier has a rate of 406 go ing for Lanier is the hot test cub on the base paths with 20 stolen the cubs total 85 bases Paul Markle and Brad Cusic Are hitting at 375 and 306 respectively while scoring 16 Ana 15 runs As Markle has 12 stolen the statistics show the cubs Are Tough defensively the cubs defense has allowed Only 17 Bis and have committed 24 just Over 2 per when a team gets on base with a 529 they Are a Strong the cubs leading Pitcher is Paul Markle has a 70 record and 59 strike he has allowed 25 bases on balls and sports a respectable earned run average Al Lowed Only 21 Rick Tucker has thrown 22 innings and has a 21 Tucker has allowed 15 hits and struck out 41 would be hitters for a 57 Tucker is the Relief Pitcher and also has a hitting average of 382 at the plate Tor a total of 13 he leads the teams on base aver age with Brad Cusic has also thrown 10 innings with 14 strike outs and 5 hits giving him a lets All Back the cubs As they once again head for a shot at the Eastern a Larry King sworn in at the March 3 meeting of the Calhan town Council meet three new councilmen and the mayor were sworn into town clerk Ila Mae Deam swore in the recently elected Larry King then swore in the new Council Hal John Kucerik and Al a representative for Keith Hook associates informed the new Board about the new automaton of the water which is now nearly the new system gives an evenly distributed flow of water throughout the town and also keeps the water level in the storage tank at a higher a standby pump is needed for emergency which is the Only part of the system not yet the Board was also informed about the Progress of drilling a new geological surveys will confirm where a new Well could be located without inter Fering with the present another decision facing the new Board will be concerning the usage of recycled sewage for irrigation the first decision made by the new Board was to rehire Bill Stroup As the town mar shall and maintenance they also voted to keep Ila Mae Deam As the clerk and recorder for the the Board then elected a mayor or which is Al mayor King then introduced the Board to problems he Felt needed water trash and dog problems were among those As Well As the ordinance concerning animals in shed Burns in Ramah last wednesday april a shed on the old Bro ski place in Ramah caught on the Simla and Calhan Volunteer fire departments were but the shed had already been destroyed before they could contain the the cause of the fire has not been

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