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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - November 11, 1976, Colorado Springs, Colorado November 1976 ranch land farm news Page 7 How Elbert county voted 2 precinct presidential electors Mac Cong ress5th District William Dorothy of Regent at Large Byron Bob of 5th Sandy Gordon state 22 Jim Ralph Harold state 40 Steve Joe state 64 Carl Beverly Cecil District 18th Robert county 1st Clarence Frank county 3rd Richard Melvin supreme court judicial questions retain Justice Paul retain Justice Donald Kelley court of appeals judicial questions retain judge Norman Berman retain judge Aurel Maxey Kelly retain judge Edwin Ruland retain judge Alan Sternberg retain judge Edwin Van Cise District judicial question retain judge William Naugle county judicial question retain judge Merle Adams amendment 1 sweepstakes races amendment 2 taxes on Mobile Homes amendment 3 i nuclear Power plants amendment 4 i state personnel i amendment 5 county officials pay amendment 6 repeal Equality Section amendment 7 remove sales tax on food amendment 8 mandatory bottle Deposit amendment 9 of Public Counselor amendment 10 voter approval or taxes Calhan homemakers Extension club Myrtle Townley was hostess october 21st to the Calhan homemakers Exten Sion most of the Mem Bers arrived about and began work on the Cera mics to get them ready for some painted and some put on the finishing also several members worked at molding articles with at the members set at a beautifully set table and ate the sack lunches each had Myrtle served plenty of Good Coffee and iced also a delicious after resting a few the meeting was called to order by our president Jenine Patricia Warren read the minutes As our Secretary and Mildred was in the Hospital where she had undergone sur Gery a few Days we had a very Good meet ing with plans being made for our thanksgiving which will be november 18th with Janie Manyik As after closing the the members went to work again on the Myrtle served Coffee and two kinds of pie about 4 ten members were present and two Jeannie Setser of Pueblo and Nancy Glaser of Gary Raines and Little baby sister were guests Sev eral members stayed until after 5 to finish their so Myrtle could fire them in her by reporter Lydia Brauers Send thanks we would like to take this Means of saying thanks to All our friends and relatives who attended the open House at the Calhan county Fairground helping us celebrate out 60th wedding thanks for All the cards and god bless All of Anna Simla Bowling j j siding Defeated Cen trial service 3 to Frank Tucker and Tony Franek 5001 had the i Farrel Ford Defeated Hugo 3 to Bill Ron and Doyle had the i Tracy Oil Defeated Bas Ketts 3i to Dean Don and Ron were the i Ron de Perry Ron and Bill led the Simla merchants to a 3 1 win Over the Simla fire Paul win Doyle Marshbanks and Ron Bogle had series for the fire i games Tony 200 Ron 213 Dean 200 Ron 256 Bui 229 Perry letter to editor and pays off the and we recently ran really paid off we were very pleased with results no one i talked to before the garage Sale thought it was a very prac tical idea for out Here but it was used lumber 2x6 s4s fir 1 Inch used boards 6x8 s4s fir timbers new 2 x 6 x 10s s4s fir m m All kinds of native lumber at Low old town lumber 2700 Robinson 634 1576 Bob proprietor View Grange will meet tuesday Mountain View Grange 411 will hold their regu Lar meeting tuesday the of state master Francis Guthrie Are attending National Grange session in Atlantic City new Jersey at this plans Are being made for farm City week to be held in the near please come and bring some Bright ideas for our Christ Mas remember your Grange is what you make it Uvea plans Holiday demonstrations Helen Uvea Home economist will be presenting several Holiday food demonstrations at various to these programs Are open to the Public and All interested people Are encouraged to on november Elpaso county Parks and recreation division will be hosting a Holiday idea Exchange in the Blue building at the Elpaso county Fairgrounds in everyone is invited to bring Craft items for display beginning at join the group for a sack lunch at noon and see the Holiday food demonstration by Helen Morri son at in cooperation with the Extension offices of Lin Coln and Elbert will present their annual Holiday program on november 19 at the Gold medallion room in Limon and on november 20 at the High school in programs on these two Days will begin at there will be demonstrations of gift and Decora Ting ideas by Martha Denny and Kathy plus a Holiday food demonstration by Helen get a head Start on your Christmas preparations by at tending one of these Range Caine i 20 All natural protein t 6 fiber i units Vitamin a d i i family of Annie Stanovich sends thanks the family of Annie Stano Vich wish to thank everyone for the Flowers and Assis Tance offered them during their recent thank you to those who attended the Funer Al and mass at the 625 25 150 200 175 575 250 Cotton seed meal Salt dehydrated Alfalfa Barley Corn ton wheat 12 Grain cake Only 6 fiber units Vitamin a d Jan 300 300 200 800 375 25 dehydrated Alfalfa Barley Corn Milo wheat Salt other formulas available Agate elevator 1 764 2455 764 2634

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