Saturday, November 1, 2003
We extend our sympathy to the family of Mary Ida Kenyon, who passed away Oct. 8, 2003. Kenyon was born in Oak Creek, where she spent her youth on a ranch. She later moved to Steamboat Springs and then to Grand Junction.
We congratulate the Soroco football team and wish them lots of luck at state competition. Nice going.
We extend sincere sympathy to the Wisecup family in the loss of their husband, father and grandfather, Dick Wisecup.
We extend sincere sympathy to the Willie Smith family in the loss of Angel's grandmother.
Elmer Mai is home after a trip to Denver and Kansas where he helped his brother celebrate his 90th birthday.
Nov. 9 is the date, St. Martin's Catholic Church is the place, and noon to 2:30 p.m. is the time for the annual spaghetti dinner. Dinner is $6 for adults, $3 for children ages 6 to 12 and free for children younger than 6. Take-out meals are available, so y'all come. Call 736-2258.
Flu shots are available at South Routt Medical Center, so call and stop by for yours. Call 736-8118.
Lois Stefno and Cindy Porter went to Denver on Thursday.
Dave Webster of Grand Junction was in town last week.
The South Routt Seniors went to Steamboat for the Kiwanis Dinner on Friday night.
Verna and Blain Whaley went to Craig on Saturday night.
Susie Gisler of Granby spent Thursday with her mom, Anna Saindon.
Get well soon
Get well wishes to all who have been down with the stomach flu.