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It’s the perfect time to purchase that special gift. Christmas is just around the corner. Jay has a great selection of gifts and beautiful jewelry to choose from. 220 S. Main 970-848-5925

Washington County Connections is looking for volunteers once a month on the 4th Monday from 8:3011:30. If you are available please call to sign up. 970345-2225

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IMMEDIATE OPENING : Food Service Director/Cook –The Food Service Director is responsible for the preparation and serving of breakfast and lunch meals. Responsibilities include meeting all state and federal requirements and school policies, maintaining fiscal records, menu planning, ordering food and supplies, maintaining inventory and adapting menus for children with special dietary needs. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds such as crates, bags or cartons of canned or fresh produce. Specialized training in food preparation and/or food service management with demonstrable computer, record keeping, and communication skills is highly preferred. Applicants must enjoy the school environment. Start date: January 6, 2014. Salary based on experience: $10.80 - $13.00/hr. Benefits include health insurance, tuition allowance for additional training (if needed), sick and personal leave time. Applicants must also pass background check. Applications close December 13, 2013. Equal Employment Opportunity In compliance with Titles VI & VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 and Colorado law, Akron School District does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability or need for special education services in admissions, access to, treatment, or employment in educational programs or activities which it operates.

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Community food pantry the 3rd Saturday of the month from 9:00-11:00 and the third Tuesday from 5:00-6:00 p.m. at the Otis Presbyterian Church District Manager Job Annoucement The Washington County Conservation District (WCCD) is looking for a Part Time District Manager. Conservation districts were formed in response to the dust bowl as a way between local landowners and government agencies. WCCD was established in 1996 through a consolidation of the Akron and Rock Creek Conservation Districts, to serve the northern 2/3 of Washington County. The district office is located in the USDA Service Center at 26924 Hwy 34 in Akron, CO. The district manager is responsible for assisting the board of supervisors on carrying out their duties, and the decisions the board makes. Board members meet once a month to discuss district business. District Manager Responsibilities also include being the main contact point for the district. Other duties include State reporting, Grant Administration, Payroll, educational programing, and accountings. Skills needed include basic computer skills (Microsoft word, excel, outlook, email/web, and Quickbooks) bookkeeping/ accounting knowledge and basic office skills. An outgoing, self-motivated individual is desired. Some training will be provided. This position is part time and is advertised as approximately 24 hours per week. The hours and duties will vary depending on the current workload of the district; spring and fall are the busiest times of the year. Salary will be hourly, with no sick leave, vacation or benefits. You will be working under the board of Supervisors for the Washington County Conservation District. Qualifications are ability to write, keep records, bachelor’s degree preferred. To apply: Send a resume and cover letter to WCCD, PO Box U, Akron CO 80720 or Jessica.strickert@nacdnet.net before December 6, 2013. Applications will be reviewed December 11, 2013 and interviews will be set at that time. For more information call 970-345-2364.


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Dear Abby continued estly, people joke that it's incestuous. How can I make him understand how much this bothers me? What can I say to his halfsister when she gives me the evil eye? My relationship with her is friendly, but it was better before I started dating her halfbrother. -- TAKES ONLY

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TWO TO TANGO DEAR TAKES ONLY TWO: If you want to hang onto Jose, simmer down and be less heavy-handed. Dictating who he can dance with only makes you appear to be jealous, insecure and controlling. Because he and Blanca have danced together for so long, it's understandable that she expects to dance with him. My

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advice is to be gracious and hold onto your temper, because if you don't, your relationship with Blanca will no longer be friendly, and it could cost you your boyfriend. DEAR ABBY: My mother-inlaw is a good person, but she never wants to be around us or our children. She lives only 30 minutes away, has only one child (my husband) and has been widowed for more than five years. She has never called our house, didn't visit when the kids were born and usually mails gift cards at birthdays and Christmas. My own mother died a few months ago. Our kids are almost 13 and 10, so they're not babies anymore. I try to reach out to her, but she is cold and not responsive. What else can I do? -- NO GRANDMA IN AUSTIN, TEXAS DEAR NO GRANDMA: What does your husband think about this? Has his mother always been this way? Could the problem be that she dislikes you or is disappointed in her son? There is no way to force a connection on someone who is unwilling, and I'm not sure you would even want to. It appears your mother-in-law isn't maternal and prefers her independence. I'm sorry that your feelings are hurt, but if you crave closeness with an older woman, you will have to look elsewhere to find it. DEAR ABBY: My family is having a Thanksgiving conundrum. My uncle and his wife have offered to host the holiday. My uncle hesitated about having it because he recently lost his job. My grandmother decided that each couple

Legal District Court, Washington County, Colorado 26861 Highway 34, Akron, CO 80720 In the Matter of the Estate of: Kenneth Raymond Glenn, a/k/a Kenneth R. Glenn, a/k/a Kenneth Glenn, a/k/a Kenny Glenn, a/k/a Kenny R. Glenn, Deceased. Amy Schmidt, Esq., Attorney Registration #39193 The Law Office of Amy Schmidt, LLC 420 Adams Street Wray, CO 80758 Office: (970)332-9833 FAX: (970)332-9835 amy@lawofficeofamyschmidt.com COURT USE ONLY Case Number: 2013PR30022

RCRC Open House December 4th and Free Books for Children! The Rural Communities Resource Center is having its should chip in $50 to pay for the dinner. (The total amount will be $300.) We will all make and bring dishes with us as well. Their children are not being asked to pay anything. My grandmother thinks this is a good idea because it would cost us more than $50 to go out to dinner for Thanksgiving, but some of us think it's odd that we're being charged to attend our family's dinner. No one else in the family is able or willing to host, so the only other option would be going to a restaurant. Any thoughts? -TURKEY TROUBLES IN PHILADELPHIA DEAR TURKEY TROUBLES: Just this -- pay up! And while you're offering thanks at the dinner table, be grateful that the person in need of financial help this holiday season isn't you. DEAR ABBY: May I address a question you printed on July 24? "Where Are the Good Guys?" has trouble meeting men and wrote about seeking sexual partners on Craigslist. You answered that there were no good men there. Well, I met my boyfriend of two years through a "no strings attached" ad I posted on Craigslist. It turns out we had a strong attraction and chemistry, and he's one of my best friends. So what if we were adults who wanted a casual relationship to start with? Don't judge everyone that way. Continued on next page Division: NOTICE TO CREDITORS BY PUBLICATION PURSUANT TO §15-12801, C.R.S. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Kenneth Raymond Glenn, a/k/a Kenneth R. Glenn, a/k/a Kenneth Glenn, a/k/a Kenny Glenn, a/k/a Kenny R. Glenn, Deceased. Washington County District Court Case Number 2013PR30022 All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the attorney for the Personal Representatives, Amy Schmidt, Esq., or to the District Court of Washington County, Colorado on or before March 20, 2014, or the claims may be forever barred. Amy Schmidt, Esq. The Law Office of Amy Schmidt, LLC 420 Adams St., Wray, CO 80758 First Print: Nov. 20, 2013 Last Print: Dec. 4, 2013 Otis Telegraph

annual Christmas Open House on Wednesday, December 4th from 10 am to 5 pm at 204 S. Main Street in Yuma. There will be finger foods, Christmas cookies, coffee, traditional wassail and good cheer! Those who stop by will be eligible for door prizes and all children will receive a free book. The Rural Communities Resource Center is a non-

profit organization celebrating 30th years of serving the communities of Northeast Colorado in 2014. If you have questions about the programs and services that are offered at the Resource Center stop by at the open house or any time during regular business hours. You can also call at 848-3867. You can also find out more about us on Facebook!

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We want to say a very heart felt thank you to the Akron Foursquare Church family, Otis and Akron community members for making this year’s Operation Christmas Child shoebox drive such an overwhelming success. Without all the praying, help with donations, shopping for items, wrapping shoe boxes, the huge break down party, the packing party last Saturday at the church, loading out the shoe boxes Tuesday and getting them to the semi trailer in Fort Morgan this would never had been possible. We were able to bless 720 children around the world with shoes boxes and in conjunction with the community Vacation Bible School’s 106 boxes, 826 boxes went out AFC’s doors. We are taking 20 people November 30th to work in the Denver warehouse processing center and packing the shoe boxes in cartons to be shipped out. At that time we will be transporting the shoe boxes the Akron FBLA put together for them and thank the members who felt led to use OCC as their project. Again, words aren’t enough to express our thanks and may you be blessed tremendously by the Lord for your part in this awesome ministry. A big thank you to the Otis Telegraph and Akron News Reporter for printing our articles to get the word out. If you would like to know more about this ministry please contact Colleen Johnson, 970.383.2215. Thanks again, Akron Foursquare Church, Colleen Johnson and April Shook.

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L to R – Joel Schneekloth, CSU Water Resources Specialist; Dean Wingfield, Yuma County Commissioner; and John Deering – visiting at the reception held Wednesday in Akron. Courtesy Photo Wednesday, November was initially hired as project Colorado; and updated basis 20th friends, family and co- manager to provide risk man- information annually from workers gathered at the agement education to data available from Kansas Washington County Colorado agricultural pro- State University. Basis data Courthouse Annex to recog- ducers through workshops is important in helping crop nize John Deering, regional across the state. Deering producers determine sale agricultural economist, for managed a second grant proj- prices for grain based on his service to Colorado State ect on Livestock Risk futures prices. Average Crop Revenue University Extension and the Protection in 2005-06 funded (ACRE) people of northeast by the Western Center for Election Colorado. Risk Management Education. Information – ACRE is a revJohn Deering, Regional The project provided training enue protection program that Extension Specialist in & materials on Livestock producers had the option of Agriculture and Business in Risk Protection & Beef Basis signing up for starting in northeast Colorado, received data for Colorado cattle pro- 2009. With rising prices & good production, there was recognition recently for ten ducers. years of service in the Beginning the Regional little reason for producers to Colorado State University Agriculture and Business sign up for this program until Extension system. Then, he Management (ABM) the 2013 crop year when announced his plans for a Specialist position in prices were declining and career change. Deering has February 2007, Deering drought devastated wheat in accepted an agriculture loan expanded his duties and Southeastern Colorado. The officer position with the responsibilities. He devel- ABM team developed inforNorthstar Bank in Yuma, oped and distributed Wheat mation and distributed it Colorado. & Corn Basis Tables for grain through Colorado Corn In December 2003, Deering elevators in northeast Growers and Colorado Wheat Growers encouraging producers to give the program a good look before the signup deadline on June 3rd, 2013. It is likely that participating Colorado wheat producers will receive the maxiMon-Fri 4:00-9:00 Sat. 3:30-9:30 mum payment when the final Closed Sunday numbers are in for the 2013 Delicious seafood, steaks, appetizers, crop and marketing year and corn payments are becoming cocktails and friendly service! ever more likely as market Now offering senior cards. prices decline. Deering has updated the Gift certificates available Northeast enterprise budgets 4343 Hwy 63 Atwood, CO 522-7088 for crop production and has

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assisted ABM specialists Norm Dalsted, Jeff Tranel and Rod Sharp in updating budgets from other parts of the state. Budgets on the website receive much interest from lenders, producers and county assessors. In response to questions from producers and landowners concerning cash

Nov. 27, 2013 Page 3 leases and equitable lease rates, the ABM team developed the “Designing Equitable Leases in Today’s Uncertain & Changing Agricultural Economy” project. The team developed tools and information for producers and landowners to assist them in determining equitable and financially sus-

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Wednesday morning accident On Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at approximately 8:00 a.m. a two vehicle accident occurred on Hwy 34 & YCR C. Sterling Satorius, 19, of Otis, was driving a 2001 Saturn and Steve Lindgren, 72, of Yuma, was in a 2007 Ford Pickup. Both vehicles were east bound on Co. 34 approaching Yuma County Road C. Satorius was behind the Lindgren pickup. Lindgren slowed to turn north bound on YCR C and was struck from behind by Satorius.

Satorius’ vehicle rotated clockwise and come to rest on its wheels just west of the intersection in the west bound lane facing South West. Lindgren’s vehicle continued on YCR C then ran off the left side of the road and came to rest on its wheels facing North West in the ditch. Both drivers were transported to the Yuma District Hospital. Satorius was cited for Careless Driving.

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Olivia Cullen. Photo by Jerry Patterson would make any community By Alicia Barry When floods devastated proud. Toys grew into clothparts of Colorado in mid- ing, shoe and book donaSeptember, Lone Star second tions, and so much more. grader Olivia Cullen knew Already, three or four large she wanted to do something boxes have been hauled from to help children who had lost the school. Cullen and her mother will be taking the their belongings. About a month ago, Cullen donations to the Kersey approached Principal Mike Flood Resource Center. They Bowers with her idea. The are graciously accepting any two worked alongside donations for 2 more weeks, Cullen’s mother and decided and they can be dropped off to hold a toy drive. Cullen at the Lone Star School durand Bowers talked about her ing school hours. Through one simple act of project during the elementary lunch, and asked students to kindness, Cullen and the rest bring in anything they no of the Lone Star School will longer use or want to donate. help lift the spirits of many However, Cullen, a very shy children. It is during times of girl, let Bowers do most of struggle and devastation that the talking. Instead, she made so many realize what blessposters promoting the drive ings they have, especially and set up boxes in the hall when it is so close to home. And for one little girl, she way. Lone Star students have chose to help others replenresponded in a way that ish what they have lost.

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School receiving large number of out-of-district request Regular Woodlin School Board Meeting for November Submitted by Leslie Manley The business meeting came to order with all board members in attendance and proceeded with approving the agenda with amendments. Mary Anderson of the Limon MCC, who was present via VNET, then talked about the students who are taking college courses and number of credits as well as the one staff member teaching a course. She will also be at Woodlin on 11-25-2013 to visit with students and get registration for the spring semester courses. The consent agenda was then approved. Additional audience present included the new Language Arts teacher, Cindy Knoch, who took over when the previous teacher moved. The seniors presented preliminary information about the proposed senior trip to the N. Carolina Outer Banks and surrounding sites including botanical gardens, Naval station, and aquarium just to mention a few possibilities. The seniors have also just started on the new state science and social studies assessment tests from the state as "beta" test takers. They are taking the online versions which include multiple choice answers, written out answers, and creating graphs, as well as interactive answers. Their results as well as their feedback about the tests will go back to CDE to hopefully create even better assessment tests in the future. A number of out-of-district requests for attending have been coming in to the administration and we do have a couple of new students. The advanced biology students along with a couple of others

went for a field trip to the CU Anschutz Medical Center where they gave a good accounting by understanding a significant portion of the terminology being used as compared to students from other districts. In addition, we have heard that a 2004 Woodlin graduate is now in rotation at Children's Hospital in Denver. Discussion items included policy KDE (Crisis Management), KDB (Public's Right to Know/Freedom of Information), and JFAB/ JFABA (Admission of Nonresident Students/Tuition Charges). In addition, there was a brief synopsis and discussion about the tabletop exercise for a school disaster (in that exercise a shooter was the disaster) held in Akron. There will be a followup "live" exercise sometime in the spring. In action items, policies JB (Equal Education Opportunity) and JH (Student Absences and Excuses) were approved. Policy JFBB and FBB-R (Inter-District Choice /Open Enrollment) was tabled for a future meeting requiring additional clarification verbiage. In addition the certified contract for Cindy Knoch was approved. A Christmas bonus was also approved. Old business included further discussion of the board helping out at the Christmas Concert on 12-11-2013. New business included the meeting with Arickaree board regarding the athletic co-op on 11-26-2013 and confirming the date for the regular scheduled board meeting, which will be on 12-17-2013 at 7:00. The board meeting was then adjourned.

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distances, but their domesticated cousins cannot fly at all. Turkeys can actually have heart attacks. When the U.S. Air Force was conducting test flights to break the sound barrier, fields of

turkeys would drop dead. The heaviest turkey ever recorded came from our British friends across the Atlantic. This gobbler weighed in at a massive 86 pounds.

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welcome home No kidding, I’m a pig Woodlin Grade School By Jerry Patterson The other day, I was visiting with Rachel, our sixth grade grand daughter, at the Otis Elementary School's Thanksgiving dinner when the topic of our national bird came up. I asked her if she knew what our national bird was, and she correctly answered, the bald eagle. Then I said, "Did you know that Ben Franklin wanted the turkey to be our national bird?" With a confused look on her face she asked, "then what would we eat on Thanksgiving?" She was serious and so was Ben Franklin, but I could see her point and the national dilemma it would've caused if Ben would've gotten his way. Grandmas across our great nation would've been in a panic trying to figure out an economical way to feed fifty to seventy people on Thanksgiving and even maybe Christmas. There wouldn't be such a thing as a Butterball, no stuffing; I hate to even think about the consequences if the turkey had been made our national bird.

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As a strong supporter of local youth programs, Global Harvest of Colorado, LLC made a generous donation in 2013 to the Washington County 4-H program for

youth leadership and citizenship experiences. Some of the funds helped send youth to state 4-H events earlier in the year. However, it was very fortunate to have some

of the money remaining for one more scholarship to help fund a local youth to participate in a national level 4-H event. On Friday, November 29th when many people are rushing to the stores to for “Black Friday” holiday shopping, Brandon Schenk of Akron will be boarding an airplane in Denver with 25 more Colorado 4-H teens. These young people, accompanied by Connie Cecil, State 4-H Specialist, and two 4-H adult volunteers, will be heading to the 2013 National 4-H Congress November 29 through December 3, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. Schenk was selected to par-

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ticipate in this event because his 4-H Robotics project earned the Senior Grand Champion at the Colorado State Fair. This trip is being sponsored by the Colorado 4H Foundation, which pays a portion of the expenses for all Colorado delegates. The Schenk family and the Washington County 4-H Council, using some of the Global Harvest funds, provided the balance of the fees. The National 4-H Congress experience provides a great opportunity for 4-H members from the across the country to come together and learn about personal health and fitness, daily life made better and more fun through science, community involvement, culture diversity, and service to others while meeting new friends and experience Atlanta, Georgia. The event kicks off Friday evening with dinner and an opening assembly. The education, fun and teamwork continues from 7 a.m. to midnight each day, with the final session closing at 10 a.m. Tuesday, December 3rd with the Colorado delegation returning to Denver that afternoon. Schenk is looking forward to this national 4-H event, meeting youth from many states, and sharing his experiences on his return to Akron.

related to alternatives in mortality composting. Extension specialists from Montana State University, Colorado State University, New Mexico State University, University of Wyoming, and NRCS produced handbooks and videos to train workers and owners about proper methods for composting livestock mortalities. Dealing with surface water and groundwater issues in northeast Colorado, the East Cherry Creek Water District called on John Deering to assist with calculating the impacts of various options being considered as alternatives to permanent dry-up of formerly irrigated lands. Deering’s part of the project was to forecast the economics of limited irrigation production in selected areas of the basin where water leases might be considered, leaving a lesser quantity of water for agricultural production. The published report included a

number of items related to conversion of irrigated lands into dryland or limited irrigation scenarios. Fire damage assessments is another issue that Deering contributed to in recent years. The Last Chance Fire and Heartstrong fires brought the need for damage assessments for county and individual needs. Along with Dr. Casey Matney, CSU Range Specialist, Deering was able to provide a preliminary assessment of damages that assisted some producers in justifying insurance payments for their losses. Deering leaves Extension with many tools that he helped develop to address the needs of producers, businesses and communities. He takes with him a very diverse skill set that will serve him well in the realm of agriculture finance. Deering starts his new job and career December 2, 2013 in his hometown of Yuma.

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On Saturday, Nov. 23, 37 people boarded the County Express bus headed to Blackhawk. The road conditions were questionable because the small storm that came in on Wednesday, but, the roads were all clear. The bus trip up the mountain was fun. Games of guess the number, and last man standing was enjoyed by the majority, giving some lucky winner a little extra cash. The bus returned from Blackhawk leaving at 4:30. All proceeds were donated to the Senior Center in Otis.

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By Alicia Barry It’s a situation that we hear of so often, in the right place at the right time. For Washington County EMT Collin Patterson, he was able to put his skills to use at a time he was least expecting. What started as a day of

the much anticipated 6-Man State Championship football game between Liberty/Stratton and HiPlains quickly turned into a kind of excitement that no one wants to endure. Jerry Patterson and his grandson, Tanner Patterson, had made plans to attend the

“The Heart of Christmas” to be held on Sunday, Dec. 8 Come early and enjoy the beautiful Christmas prelude by Bernice Cosner violinist. Please attend the Christmas cantata ‘The Heart of Christmas’ as performed by the Community Choir. ‘The Heart of Christmas’ tells the timeless story that we remember each year in a creative, profound way-by probing the hearts of those most directly involved in St. Luke’s account of that first Christmas. Three narrators

propel the scripture-based narrative, while three soloists participation enhance the choir. Performances will be Sunday December 8, 2013 at the Washington County Nursing Home at 2:00pm and Sunday December 15, 2013 at the First Presbyterian Church in Akron at 2:00pm followed by a reception.

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State Football Championship between Liberty/ Stratton and High Plains on Saturday, November 16th. Making plans to leave so they could make the kick off, they decided lunch at 11:00, then on to the game, which would give them plenty of time to make the kick off. Jerry doesn’t like to miss it. As plans get changed, Collin, son of Jerry and dad to Tanner, decided he wanted to go, but he was still in Yuma. Problem was it was 11:00! So Collin said he would be there to pick Jerry up at 11:45. He finally arrived at 12:00, which meant that Jerry, Otis Telegraph & otsportschek reporter, was not going to make the kick off and would be late to the game. As the Patterson’s arrived at the game, the parking lot was packed. There was a mass of people, approximately 1000. As the Patterson vehicle tried to make their way to the north end of the packed stadium parking lot, a man jumped out and started waving his hands wildly. With such a large crowd at the game, the Patterson’s assumed they were being stopped from going further because of no room to park. Little did they know that the ambulance quickly approaching the vehicle’s rear was on its way to help a man lying near the southeast corner of the field. With so

Thanksgiving is a time we reflect on the blessings in our lives. For some, it is for a wonderful dinner or material goods. For a countless number of others, especially those who face medical problems, it is the simple idea of waking up another day. For Luanne Shafer, Thanksgiving is especially special. Shafer has lived in the Otis area her entire life, 63 years. She was a staple in the Otis School District until she became ill and retired. Now, she works part time, or NECALG, and writes the Taste of the Plains weekly recipe for the Otis Telegraph. The reason she writes about her illness is not for attention for her, but to educate others. Little is known in our area about Immune Deficiency illness, and this is a way to

maybe touch others. Here is her story: “I can trace my illness back 7-8 years. I have never asked why me, or felt sorry for myself, but instead have tried to make the best out of what I have. In 2011, I was given the diagnosis of Common Variable Immune Deficiency (CVID). I was told this illness comes from genetics and inheritance. I had a family history, and so I accepted this as the reason. Over the years, along with CVID, I had problems with my thyroid. I was told I had to have surgery, and little did I know this would be part of the answer as to why I had CVID. They did the repair work to the thyroid and also removed the Thymus gland. The Thymus gland is an organ located in the upper

chest. Immature lymphocytes leave the bone marrow and find their way to the Thymus, where they are “educated” to become mature T-lymphocytes. Cytotoxic T-cells mature in the thymus and are responsible for killing infested cells. Helper T-cells are specialized lymphocytes “help” other T-cells and Bcells to perform their functions. There is no cure for CVID and I will have to take treatments the rest of my life, but with certain precautions, I can live a fairly normal life. I know some people go through life and suffering and never know WHY the reason for their illness. Luckily for me, it is a true gift to know why.”

many people, there was nowhere to go; they were stopped in their tracks. Patterson did what he was trained to do and without hesitation, jumped out of the car and headed straight toward the individual on the ground, not knowing what he was about to encounter. With the event unfolding, Collin was less than 20 feet from the man who had just collapsed. The predicted time was approximately 2 minutes. Not wanting to step on any toes, Patterson asked if they would like his help. They graciously accepted, and Patterson took over the AED to revive

the man who had just suffered a heart attack. Patterson went on and rode with the ambulance crew to Burlington. Had they left on time, there was no way Collin would have been able to assist if they had left on either of the scheduled times. Jerry Patterson said, “It was as if I was delivering a guardian

angel!” In Washington County, we are blessed to have several medical professionals, from police, ambulance, fire, that all would have reacted in the same manner to help out a person in need. This Thanksgiving season, go out of your way to express your gratitude to these professionals for all that they do.

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LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, you may have something on your mind, but now is not the time to share such concerns. Do your best to solve a problem on your own, but rely on the advice of others if need be. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, do your best to avoid being let down by the negative attitudes of others. Friends or coworkers may just be in a bad mood, but that does not mean you need to be. LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, a little extra concentration will find you tackling your workload with time to spare. Commit your time now and enjoy the time to take things slow later in the week. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, signficant changes are afoot and you are not quite sure how to prioritize your goals. Enjoy the change, but make use of down time to reestablish your priorities. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, though a pressing issue in your relationship may seem like it needs immediate attention, you have a lot of time to work through any issues. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20

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Jerry and Cheryl Patterson had coffee with Collin and Michelle, JR, Tanner, Rachel and Garret on Sunday morning.

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On Monday afternoon, Shae Smith and Cheryl Patterson had a coffee for everyone who had made the glass Christmas Tree plates to come and pick them up. We could all compare our beautiful art work. Ladies attending were Randy Thomas, Bobbie Reynolds, Casey Goble, Michelle Corman, Michelle Patterson, Jamie Weber and Peggy Allen. Garret and Rachel Patterson stayed with their grandparents Jerry and Cheyl Patterson on Friday evening while their parents and Tanner went to the Akron Wrestling Team Cajun Boil.

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Nadine Knudsen hosted bridge on November 21. Members attending were Marcelyn Patterson, Lana Spurling, Sally Cross, Randy Thomas, Shirley Sunderman, and Karen Willeke. Eleanor Myers was the guest. Honors went to Eleanor, Randy and Sally. Marcelyn will host December 5th.

DEAR ABBY: I have been dating my boyfriend, "Jose," for a year. Before that, we were friends for five years. Ever since I've known him, he and his half-sister, "Blanca," have danced together at parties. We're all in our mid-20s. They dance salsa, merengue

Capricorn, your normally conservative approach won't work this week. You have to take a couple of chances, or you won't accomplish much of anything. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, you have only a few days to learn some new procedures at work. It is natural to feel nervous, but put aside those feelings and concentrate on the tasks at hand. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, don't worry too much about an upcoming change around the office. You're in position to benefit from some restructuring. FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS NOVEMBER 24 Billy Connolly, Actor (71) NOVEMBER 25 Billy Burke, Actor (47) NOVEMBER 26 Natasha Bedingfield, Singer (32) NOVEMBER 27 Brooke Langton, Actress (43) NOVEMBER 28 Ed Harris, Actor (63) NOVEMBER 29 Diego Boneta, Actor (23) NOVEMBER 30 Kaley Cuoco, Actress (28)

and other styles of music together. I used to think it was cute, but now that Jose and I are a couple, I find it annoying and a little creepy. He says Blanca loves to dance and can't always find good partners. She gets mad when he dances with me instead of her during her favorite songs. I told Jose he can dance only with me at the parties or only with her. Not both. I don't want to share him, and hon Continued on next page

Taste ofRecipe the Plainfors byaLuanneSafeShafer Thanksgiving meal : Defrost your turkey in the refrigerator Make sure the internal temperature of your poultry is 165° Keep cold foods cold and Hot foods hot reheat leftovers to 165° Give thanks for the enjoyable day and the meal Northeastern Colorado has so many outstanding cooks; I hope to spotlight / share each week a recipe and a helpful hint for all the cooks to use. You can send your recipe and hints to Luanne Shafer; P.O. Box 137; Otis, CO 80743.


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Not much news this week, seems like everybody is saving their excitement for this week coming up. I am wishing you all a peaceful and safe Thanksgiving Day. I remember mine and Matt's first Thanksgiving after we were married. We had family and friends up to our house in Johnstown. I was so excited to cook for everybody. Alas, in the middle of roasting my turkey, my oven went out, and we were stuck. What to do? What to do? We fired up the grill, and finished our turkey on the grill, and had a wonderful meal afterall. Karen and Amy Vosburg and Billie Feather all attended the baby shower on Saturday for Brayden Feather at the Otis Presbyterian Church. Later that day they enjoyed the Thanksgiving dinner at the WCNH in Akron with Aunt Vera Cunningham. The staff at the nursing home did an

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excellent job on preparing and serving out the meal. Tish, Jason & Jamie Allacher, and Kaiden McCall went to the All You Can Eat Cajun Boil in Akron on Friday evening.

Ed & Linda Littleton hosted an early Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday. Those attending were Lemoyne Wolfe, Gwen Davidson, Sylvia Niebur, Myrtle Nesbitt, Larry & Virginia Littleton, David & Janice Purdy, Stan & Lynetta Vaughan, Aaron & Sandy Bickley, Rod, Melynda, Harley & Rylie Vaughan, Brian, Emily, Lexi & Kiley Vaughan, Shelly & Taylor Landgraff, Cody & Coltyn Bickley, Jamie, Josh & Austin Sauer, Jeff, Tamm & Whitney Galloway, and Sean Tindell. After dinner the girls had a wonderful time making Christmas ornaments with some of their mother Genevieve's custom jewelry. Thank you Janice for the neat idea and materials. Syria also gave the girls beautiful scarves she had made. continued on next page

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View from Lindon by Lois Scott The often asked question in recent days has been, ''Where were you and what were you doing when you heard of the news of President JFK being shot?" Among comments shared are the following: * Reggie and Robbie Wyckoff - were living in Rico, Colorado where he was working for the Federal Highway Administration surveying a new road. He came home for lunch and they heard about the assassination on the radio. * Homer Hill - came in to the house to fix himself lunch and turned on the TV hearing the news and he immediately called his late wife, Alice, who was teaching at Arriba to let her know. * Pat Hill - was with her late husband, Gwendal Leonard, and their children in the car enroute to her parents home nearby in the Karval community going across pastures. They had stopped to open a gate and it was at that very time when Pat heard the news on the car radio. * John Leach - was at

Bovina working in the garage overhauling an engine when the news came across the TV. * Verle and Buni Riemenschneider - were at the farm home of her parents, the late Ted and Avis Hicks, and all were preparing to eat an early Thanksgiving meal. * Frank Hoover - was in the music room at the junior high school in Rocky Ford. His sister's birthday was that day which spoiled the day and any celebrating for her. * Linda Hoover - was on the playground at the Liberty Elementary School in Rocky Ford. * Cindy Dreiling - was in elementary school and too young to really understand but remembers the teachers all crying so she cried too. * Bruce and Joyce Leach their neighbor Fritz Ohr came telling them the news. * Sherry Kidwell - was walking across campus at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. * Ruth Scott - was cooking at the Meadowlark Cafe at Lindon which she and her

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late husband, Don, owned and operated. * Bill Nelson - was in the lunch line in the cafeteria at Woodlin School and following school that day his parents, the late Van and Eva Nelson, picked him up and they went to Nebraska presumably for Thanksgiving with relatives * Lois Scott - likewise was in line in the Woodlin cafeteria and lunch tray partly filled when colleague, Sue (Warrick) Stackhouse, now of Otis, came in telling the news with having just heard as she passed by the office enroute to the lunchroom. This writer also vividly remembers August 9, 1963, the day of graduation from Colorado State University, which was also the day that President and Jackie Kennedy's two-day old son, Patrick Bouvier Kennedy, passed away. Linda Hoover shared of the passing of the well known British author, C. S. Lewis, on November 22, 1963. The coverage of his passing was minimal being overshadowed by the President's assassination.

Among the many literary achievements of Lewis, he is known for the 'Chronicles of Narnia'. Other news from this area does include that Homer and Pat Hill enjoyed having his cousins, Ron and Ann Perry of Delta, as houseguests during the week mentioning that Ron enjoyed trekking about unsuccessfuly for pheasants. Bill Nelson returned on Wednesday after several days in Missouri with cousins hunting for White Tail Deer. He saw one animal but it was too small, only a two point, and for a legal kill, an animal must be at least a four point. Needless to say with the snow and cold on Thursday, Bill and Kendal stayed home that evening and watched the Air Force game on television rather than from in the stadium at the Air Force Academy. Reggie and Robbie Wyckoff are enjoying the weekend at Garden City, Kansas in the home of son Josh and family.

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By Taylor At my house to catch a turkey, me, my sister and my brother have to trap it by a building. My sister stands over there and my brother stands over there and I stand over there. We all walk slowly to the turkey until I can grab it with my hands. That’s it.

little bit. I would go to my grandpas. I would go back and look at the net. The turkey would be in the net. I would haul it in my house and get the skin off. I would eat it.

By Brady I would lock it up on my farm by closing the gate. I would bring it in my house and show By Olivia dad it. Then I would I would wait in the tree put it back in the gate Akron cage to eat them. And stand and I would put and let the bulls eat it. Kindergarten then I will shut the up a trap. Then I would cage. Then I will cook get my gun out. I By Noelia would set some turkey I would make a turkey By Christopher him and eat him. food in a little pit. The trap out of strings and a You set cookies in a turkey will run into the little box. I would go cage. He will alk in the trap. Then I would skin back to my house and it and bring it back to look out the door. my house. And then my When the turkey is in dad and my mom would the trap I would bring it start eating it. Then I into my home. Then would share it with my my sister would cook whole family. it.

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By Mariah I would chase after it. I would follow it until it slowed down. I would catch it with my hands. I would carry it back home. I would cook it in the oven and then I would eat it. By Dalton I would get a big net and put it in the pickup. Then I would go home and play and work for a

By Samantha I would use my dog kennel for the trap. I would use my mom’s kindle fire to look up what turkey’s like to eat so I could put it in the trap. I bet the turkey would smell it and then go into the trap. And that’s how I would catch it. Then I would get a net to put the turkey in to give to my mom. Then I

would say “here’s your live. Then I would have it for lunch. turkey!” By Caleb I would make a trap and put watermelon in it because they like watermelon. Then I would go and hide. When the net goes up I would catch the turkey. It would flip and go in a circle in the air and I would catch it. I would shoot it and take it to my mom so she could cook it.

Akron By Jeremiah I would make a trap out of sticks that had a door that would close when the turkey went in. I would go to the back alley and hide. The trap will make a big noise and I will run and see if the turkey is in it. I will pick it up by the handle and carry it somewhere where no one can see it but my friends.

By Olivia I would run and catch it with my hands. Then I would put a leash on it. I would take him and put him in the barn. Then I would feed him and give him water. I would treat him like a dog and be nice to him and name him Daniel. By Mason I would make a campsite then I would shred a turkey and leave little pieces to my tent. The turkey will find the turkey pieces and eat it to my campsite and I will jump out and grab it. Then I will bring it to my mom.

By Jace I would go to my shop and get two nets. I would go to the wild and look for a turkey. I will catch it with the two nets – one on the bottom and one on the top. I will take it home and give it to my mom By Treyson I would hide behind the and she will cook it. barn door. Then I would sneak up on it By Addison and catch it with a net. I would go to the store I would take him out of and buy a net. I would the net. Then I would go to the forest and go take him to where I look for one. When I saw one I would chase

Woodlin continued catch it in the woods. I already have camouflage pants. I need to get a camouflage shirt so I can hide and sneak up on the My Thanksgiving turkey. List Wyatt Age 5 I would have a net and the turkey would be asleep. I would take the net and whack the turkey. I am going to eat the turkey or I might keep it as a pet. Angelina Age 6 I would catch the turkey with a net. First, the turkey would be asleep. Then, I would sneak up on it and catch it with a net. I would tiptoe to it, put the net upside down over it, and then tiptoe back. Evelyn Age 5 I will feed him a donut with white sprinkles, chocolate sprinkles, and pink sprinkles. When the turkey was eating I would catch him with a net. If the turkey got away I would feed him a muffin. I would eat him if I caught him. I would bake him in the oven at 3 degrees for 3 minutes.

It’s November. That means I’m suppose to write a Thanksgiving column. I’m O.K. with that. There is a list of things for which I am grateful that wouldn’t fit in the space devoted to this column and probably wouldn’t fit in this entire paper. This makes writing the story rather hard for fear I might not mention one thing I’m thankful for and just forgot about. Good things in our lives sometimes get overlooked, not because they aren’t important but because we just take them for granted. Today, the biggies on all our lists will not be mentioned. Instead, the mostly overlooked things that make my life good will be addressed. If your personal list contains some or even many of these same items, I strongly suggest seeking professional counseling. I am thankful for Scotch tape. When I write one of these columns that stinks, it always gets torn up. After writing three more even worse attempts, Scotch tape puts the first one back together, Sue then can edit it so it will be good, then sends it to your newspaper. I’m grateful for wire in any form. The old baling wire we joke about was great stuff but hard to find these days. It does show up in other forms now. I’m thankful my tires are lined with it. Once the rubber is gone I can still pull

my stock trailer a few hundred miles on the shiny wire covered tires. My wire feed welder, capable of welding incredibly thin, nearly rusted through steel, makes equipment repairs possible on our ranch. Duck tape is an obvious choice. So obvious, in fact, I’m not going to go into it. Instead I am grateful for another kind of tape. Shiny black, stretchy electrical tape. It’s pretty good at electrical work. That is overshadowed by it’s more important job of keeping a couple for my vehicles running. A small piece strategically placed over the “check engine” light keeps my pickups on the road, trouble free. I’m thankful for a Winchester lever action carbine I keep in the barn. I get it out occasionally to show to the horse that bucked me off and broke my leg. He hasn’t bucked since. Guess he understands the threat. You see, it’s not always the big things that make us give thanks. The little, often unappreciated, items make life great, too. I give thanks to the Post Office for threatening to work fewer days. Less deliveries means fewer bills. Wall street makes me grateful. It keeps those bozos there instead of moving to our town. I don’t think they would make very good neighbors. Now that I’ve dealt with the silly, frivolous things I’m grateful for, I just have to end on a serious note. I’m thankful there are readers like you out there who allow me to entertain them each week. Thank you and of course, Sue, for making this story readable.

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Ruby Iona (Chambers) Aesoph

Ruby Iona (Chambers) Aesoph was born on Jan 13, 1918 in Lesterville, SD. She was preceded in death by her parents, 1 brother and 2 sisters, her husband Moses, son Terrance Michael, and 4 grandchildren, Jason, Kelly and Nel Aesoph and Ryan Gonyo. Ruby moved with her family at a very early age to Burkmere, SD where they resided on the farm. Ruby did a great job of keeping a journal much of her life and left so many wonderful details of her life. As a child she and her sisters played paper dolls cut from a catalog. When they tired of them they let them blow into the wind, only to cut a new batch from a new catalog. She remembered riding around in the field on an old push binder at harvest time and wading in the slews near the farm stead. She recalls that her middle name, Iona, was derived from a saying at the time of World War I “I own a bond,” and so she became Ruby Iona. Ruby loved living on the open prairies of South Dakota. Summers were filled with field work, and winters with livestock chores. They gathered around the fireplace as a family on those cold winter nights while their Mom read stories to them. They were a musical family and her Mom would play the piano and the family would sing and dance. Later

they formed a family band and played for house parties and barn dances. Anyone who knew Ruby knew of her love for dancing. She wrote, “we didn’t know we were poor because there was always love.” Ruby had her high school education in Loyalton, SD and graduated as a senior in 1935. She married Moses Aesoph shortly after that and continued to live the farm life where they raised 4 daughters and 2 sons. They lost their son Terrance to illness at the age of 2. Ruby worked hard on their farm often helping with field work, gardening, cooking, chores and tending children. As the family grew and left the nest she found new interests to busy her life such as quilt making, crewel embroidering and oil painting. All were works of art. She and her husband retired to Orient, SD in 1974 where they continued to enjoy their new neighbors with card playing , church family and her hobbies. Ruby moved to Akron, Colorado in 1997 where she resided at Pioneer Haven until 2007. While there she made many friends and enjoyed their coffee times, bingo and lunch gatherings. She loved going to meet and eat where she played cards with her friends and loved the fellowship. She was a faithful member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church and was deeply committed to her faith in the Lord. This seen her through the hard times of life.

As her health required she moved to Eben Ezer‘s assisted living in Brush, Colorado and lived there until 2010. She enjoyed her stay there and was especially fond of their hot chocolate machine, and you would see her pushing her cup of hot chocolate on her walker each afternoon. Once again, in the spring of 2010 she moved to Washington County Nursing Home to be closer to her daughter. She was an active resident there, especially loving the music that came through. You would see her dancing in the halls with her walker several times a day. During the last days of her life the care given to her from the staff at the nursing home was truly a blessing to her as well as her family. On the last days of her final journey she was surrounded by her loving family and those who worked among her and went home to be with the Lord on Nov 21st, 2013. She will be missed by all who loved her and knew her well. A Vigil service was held Sunday, November 24, 2013 at the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Akron, Colorado. Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday, November 30, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. at the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Orient, South Dakota. Interment will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made in her name to the Washington County Nursing Home in Akron, Colorado.

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Otis 1st grade continued is going to have whipped cream but one of the pumpkin pies is not going to have whipped cream. By Chloe This is how I catch a turkey. I would set a trap. I would catch it and paint it pink. I will mane it Dori Seward.

By Jaylin This is how you catch a turkey. First I get a rope. Then I will teach it to be quiet. I will tach it to play with me. I will teach it to scare people. I will take it home to be my pet. I will teach it to be nice. By Tayte This how you catch a turkey. First go find one. Next sneak up on it. Then I would wrestle it. Then go take it inside and cook it for dinner.

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By Wyatt I will lasso it. I will teach it to clean my room. I will teach it to eat my food. I will teach it how to drive. I would teach it how to run. By Rycee This is how to catch a turkey. First I would loso it. Then I would paint it gold. Then I would kiss it goodbye.

Second Grade Miss Schmidt By Silas You need a net and a turkey col you need a turkey col becase you need to col him en then you will grab him en then poot him on the trap en then the net will go off. By Shane Invit him to a party then put a net trap outside. Grab him with your hands and try to not let

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go. Then you thow him will take him to lunch to think I’m his frend. in the pin. Then I will take him hunting. He will fall in By Braydon When you catch a turkey the trap that I made out make a plan first. Bring a of net. I will take him turkey call with you. Call home for Thanksgiving. a turkey then I will find the turkey chace it until it By Chase he or she get tird or run in The first step of catching a turkey is find one. Buy a corner. a pen to trap it. Ask him out to lunch and talk. By Landon First I wood find a turkey. Then play baseball and Second I wood chase the have fun. Put a pen on turkey. Thrd I wood get a the base and have him net. Forth I wood macke run. Lock the gate so he a plan. Fith I wood can’t get out. That is macke a trapl. Sixth I how to catch a turkey. wood show my dad. By Sawyer This is how to catch a By Danel Play a basboll game and turkey. I will invite him let him be coch. When to play a football game. he leaves the dugout go He will braek his leg and talk to the pitcher. I will go to the doctor and I trip him will bring him will catch him. Then I home then I will put in a will take him home. pen with the other turkey. By Ali This is how I can catch a By Wesley I’m going to make a plan turkey. First, invite it to to catch a turkey. First I go fishing. Next, push it

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into a small but not deep lake so it doesn’t drown. Then get out a fishing rod. Last, fish for it and catch it. That how I catch a turkey. By Kaleb This is how to ceth a turkey. Mack shur you have corn afor baiet. Get a fish pole. Put the baiet an the hawk , cast pole on land and have him follow the hawk back to you. By Carter Catching a turkey takes lots of practis. First find a turkey. Then set a trap at the bowling staidyom. Next lead him to the turkey trap. It will trap him. Last take him home and cook him.

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Kindergarten Aedven Age 5 I would have my net and a pizza. I would put the pizza in the net. The turkey would gobble it up and I would take the net to my Papa and Nana. I would take By Aryan him home and put him I trap a turkey by caching in the oven and cook it with a net. Then I him up! bring it to my home. Then I bring to mom. Layla Age 6 I would catch it by By Garret myself. I would use a This is how to catch a net and then catch the turkey. First you should turkey I would use a buy two nets, a rope and cupcake and a net that a fishing pole. Next tie turns invisible. When the rope to two trees, the turkey comes he then lay the fishing pole would eat the cupcake. aganst one of the trees. Then tie the nets in the Nicholas Age 5 other tree. Hook the fishI would get a net and try ing line to the nets to to catch it. You need a when the turkey trip the big net to catch a rope, pull them down turkey. I would look then.. WAP!!Safe! no for a turkey in the slivers, nothing. He’s morning because at stuck. night I wouldn’t even see a turkey. I could By Erick use a flashlight at night, These are ways to catch a that would be funny! turkey. While he is eating a sandwitch I will run Chloe Age 5 up and jump on him. I I would catch a turkey am taking home to have with a net. I would fun and play the wii. The wear camouflage and turkey and I will watch Continued on next page


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it and catch it with my net. I would bring it back home and give it to my dad and he would cook it in the stove. By Tavin I would go get a box in my mom’s basement. Then I would find a big stick and make a trap. I would get some chicken to feed it and put it in my trap. I would hide behind the trap. When the turkey eats the food I would pull the string and catch it in my box and close the box with tape. Then I would poke a large breathing hole. I would take the turkey to my mom’s home and let him run around my backyard. By Parker I would go to the store and buy a net. I will hide behind a tree and wait until I saw one. Then I would jump out and catch it with my net. Then I would take it home.

would get it in the net a turkey. Second, you and give it to my mom need a trap. And you and she would take it need some bait. home. By Haylee To catch a turkey you By Alia I would get a trap from look for one. You look my garage. I would go vere hard. When you to the wild and put the find one kill it with a trap on the grass. Then gun. I would climb up into a tree to hide and hold on By Alex to the rope of the trap. I will drive in a car and The turkey would go shoot the turkey. I will into the trap to eat the climb a tree and shoot bread. I would carry it. the turkey in the trap back home. My mom By Caleb and dad would bake I will grab a bb gun and him. Then we will eat a net and then would look for a turkey and him at dinner time. catch it and shoot it. By Aaliyah By Merek You bonk his head I would shoot it with a seven millimeter then Akron blow it up with a crossBy Wesley To catch a turkey you bow. I would take it inside and boil it. Then need to set a trap. I would chop it up then eat it. By Joe

By Aziend Find a turkey and kill it and catch another turkey and trap a turkey and eat it. By Caitlyn You find a turkey and then you get a trap and then you get a gun and then you take it home and you eat the turkey.

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cookie. I will take a piece of corn and I will keep a turkey. By Madison I would get my mom to get it for me and she would call my grandpa and my grandma and onkel. Then we will eat it.

Crysten - If I were a turkey, I would hide under the water.

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Preschool By Levi By Alyssa I will grab a shotgun to How to Catch A You need a net and you kill the turkey. I need a Turkey need a gun. You need net. I will set a trap to to kill it. catch a turkey. A turkey is fast. I like By Darin turkey. Take a stick and take a box and a string with a By Austin cookie and put the Get the net then kill the cookie under the box. turkey. Take a 223 and a 9mm and shoot the turkey. By Jesse Put the food on a plate. By Sienna It wants to eat it. You find a turkey. Throw a net and catch Then you catch it. You it. drive to it. You have to be slow don’t just By Tyler quickly run out. Shoot it with a 7 melemeater or quietly sneek By Zaya up behind it grab a nife Shoot it with a gun and kill it. carefully and quietly. By Taxlor By Carl I know how to catch a Sneak up on a turkey. turkey. You have to Then get closer to the have a rifle bb. It has a turkey quietly. Then lot of bb’s in it. finally shoot the turkey and then you can repeat it.

To catch Turkey you By Tucker need to set a trap. I set a trap so I can catch a turkey and then By Diego I catch a turkey with a when I catch the turkey. net and a trap. I eat it. And then I will cut it up By Yahir and then I will eat it I would go with my By James today. mom to the farm. I First to catch a turkey would find a turkey. I you need a net to catch By Amaris How to catch a turkey is a gun. You catch a turkey with your hands. How to catch a turkey is work slow and catch it. By Liuvig I will. Chop it up and I will catch a turkey boil it. sole with my hand. I will catch a turkey with By Anderson my dads net. I will take Arickaree Grade I will shoot a turkey it inside. We cut it and with a crossbow. Then I eat. School Art will take it inside and boil it. Then I will chop By Anthony it up then eat it. I take a stick and take a

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By Lizbeth I would run faster, jump on it and catch it. Then put it in the house, and eat it. By David I would run and cover it up, pull the turkey to home from outside. By Jorge To catch a turkey, I would run and catch it. I would fly to get it. By Gabe I would run as fast as I could and jump and catch it. I would roast it and eat it all up!

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Danika Dischner – If I were a turkey, I would hide all around Danika’s house.

1st grade Miss Bell Catching a turkey can be a work out. I have to set a trap. I will make my trap out of barb wire. I put some turkey bait in the trap. The bait will be corn! I will run and chase it to the turkey bait. I will lasso it and take it home. Wow! Catching a turkey is hard. Chase It take much planning to catch a turkey. I dig a hole and I put the trap in it. I make sure the turkey is out of his cage. The trap goes off when the turkey steps in. Clearly, you need to make a plan when catching a turkey. James Catch in a turkey is hard. First, I will karote chop it but he will probably run away. After he runs away I will set a trap. Next, I will set acorns in a circle. They will be in my backyard. A circle fortess will be hanging on a tree. Last, the trap will fall on the turkey as he he is eating the acorns. He will go in my toy box and some day I will let him go. I’ll never catch a turkey again. Kaden

It takes a lot of planning to get things ready to catch a turkey. First, I will chase it, I will chase it into the metal trap in my back yard. Second, I will cook it. I will put it in a pan and put salt and pepper on it. I will bake it in the oven. Third, I will eat it. I will eat it with my family. It will be delicious! Wow! This is going to be the best Thanksgiving! By Madelyn

It can be a lot of fun a turkey if you are a good horse rider. First, you have to find a good horse that you can ride really good. The horse has to be fast turkey. Next, you have to gallop fast to catch the turkey. Then, you will lasso the turkey. Make sure you are a good lossoer. Last, gallo-p back home and cook it for dinner. Eat the turkey with fruit, vegetables and bread. The turkey will be It takes much planning yummy. to catch a turkey. First, By Grace I’ll set up a trap. I will make the trap out of Catching a turkey is a lot wire. Next, I’ll throw of work. First, you have some food out. The to run fast to catch a food is going to be corn turkey. Turkeys are realand wheat. Last, I’ll ly fast. Next, it you want hide in the bushes, and to ctch a turkey, you then I’ll sneak up and have to set the trap. grab it. Wow! Catching Last, when I catch it, I a turkey does take lost of will eat it for planning. Thanksgiving dinner. It By Cassidy will be yummy. Wow! This is going to be the Catching a turkey is fun. best Thanksgiving! I have to set a trap. The By Emily claws trapo will be in the barn. I will lay food It takes a lot of steps to in the trap. I will put catch a turkey. First you corn in the trap! I will have to lay corn in a line eat him for luch. I will that leads into the barn. cook him in the oven. Then the turkey will eat This is going to be the the corn and you get out best Thanksgiving. of the pen/ Next you get By Terran into a position by putting your leg in front of you. Catching a turkey is Then you grab the very fun. First, I need to turkey by the leg. get wheat, then get a Last, you take him to the cage. Next, I will hide house and cook it. That behind a bush. The is how you catch a turkey will get in the yummy turkey cage. I will lock the By Miles cage. Last, I will cook it for Thanksgiving and Catching a turkey is a eat it. This is going to be wrk out. I lasso it. I the best Thanksgiving! lasso him with my rope. By Cash Second, I will put it in the trap. The Trop is

Otis Telegraph made out of Metal. Third, I will cut him up and eat him for dinner. The turkey will be yummy. Wow! Catching a turkey is hard. By Paxton Catching a tuckey con be a work out. First, chase it with a four wheeler. Next, I make turkey sounds and he’ll realize the four-wheeler is dresses up as a turkey. Last, the turkey will run into the trap. The trap will be made of metal. I will eat him for dinner. Wow! Catching a turkey is hard. By Daden Catching a turkey is hard. First, I have to set a trap. I will set a box trap in the barn. Next, I wait for the turkey. I

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wait in the bushes. Last, I jump out and rop it. I will cook him and eat him for lunch. Clearly, catching a turkey is a workout. By Morgan Catching a turkey can be simple. First, you put food in the barn. I will put corn in the barn. Next, shut the door. I will hide in the bushes. Last, I will shoot him and cook him in my garage. I will shoot him with a rubberband and enjoy eating him. In the end, catching a turkey is not that hard. By Karlye

will make it made. I will tach it t eat. I will tach it to cleam me room. I will eat it for Thanksgiving. I will bye Mathrn to clen my room. He better not throw the stuff on me. By Brian This is how I catch a turkey. First I make a trap by digging a hole. Then I will wrestle it. Then I will karote chop it. Then I will pluck his feathers. Then I will cook him all up.

By Charlie This is how I catch a turkey. I catch it then I wrestle it. Then I butcher it. Then I will eat it for Thanksgiving. I would have a feast with Mrs. Butcher my family and have By Jacob I will dig a hole. Then I pies. The pumpkin pie will put it in a cage. I Continued on next page

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Otis Preschool If Go to the Main Event. Get the cops to catch it with a net. I would carry it in the net back home. Cook him in the oven for 2 minutes. Then I am going to play with him. I would eat candy for Thanksgiv-ing. Hailey Go to Denver. Use a net. Carry it home. Take off his head, feathers and feet. Cook it in my house, in my oven for 5 minutes. It will be done. Malakye Probably go in the turkey forest. I will tell my Poppy to shoot him. Put him in my Poppy’s pickup in the back. We just use a knife to cut his feet and head off. Cut his feathers off and give them out to the dog or cats. Cook him in the oven, probably 1

Happy Thanksgiving hour. My dogs will eat Go to the woods. Get a it. bag and take him home. Jadyn Put tape on the bag so the chicken can’t get Go out to the grass. I out. Kill it with a knife. would be quiet. He Take his feathers out would be looking this with a knife and throw way and I would come in the trash. Cook him this way. I will catch in the oven for 20 minhim with my hands. utes. Then get it out Put him in my back- and put some stuff on it pack. I would say “It’s and put in on a plate. ok Bubba, we are Nora almost home”. Cut him with a knife in half. Go at the store. Cook in You just cut his feathers the oven for 2 minutes. off a little bit. I cut his Put cheese on it. Put a head and feet off. I birthday candle on it. can’t cut stuff, only my Put a bone on it. I get grandpa. My grandma ketchup on my nose, it’s says “Don’t cut your funny. finger”. Cook him in Kloie the microwave for 10 minutes. Then I eat Go to the farm. Shoot soup. Put chicken it. Carry it home. Cut nuggets on it. When his head and feet off. the microwave beeps, Scrap his feathers off. you take it out. If you Cook in the oven for 30 eat it all, you get ice minutes. Eat it. I put cream. Then you get salt and pepper on it. ready for bed and brush Delianey your teeth. Robbie Go to the zoo. Use a net. Hold it and catch it. Bring your truck and put it in the truck. Cut him up. Cut the feathers off and throw them in the trash. Cook him in the stove or outside in the other stove, the grill, for 1 minute. Take him out and eat him. Put salt, pepper, sausage, some more salt, pepper, hot sauce, and some more hot sauce on it. Put some ribs on it too. Ally

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me tired. I will have my cousins and sister come eat. Treyson Go right in Las Vegas. Catch it like jumping fast! Luigi and Mario ride cars and they would catch it. I would ride their cars and they would drive real fast. I’m going to shoot with Luigi and Mario in their car. Then it might be dead. We will cut the head and the feet. We will pull out the turkey’s leaves (feathers). Cook it in our microwave for a little bit. Then we will have a good supper with my family and grandma at my house. Gavin

Go to where the cows are. Use a fish net. I would catch him. Put him in the truck and put a pile of dirt on him so he won’t get out. I’m gonna shoot him. I’m gonna peel his feathers off and chop his head and feet off. Cook him in the stove for 6 minutes. Shoot him again, cook him again, and then I will eat him. Put salt and chicken on it. Then I will put a different kind of salt and Kindergarten pepper on him, then From Teacher salt again. Diane Kilgore Kendal

Otis Telegraph were a turkey, I would hide under the bed. Madison Reynolds – If I were a turkey, I would hide in a box. Kendal Zimmerman If I were a turkey, I would hide in a tent. Ally Blackwell - If I were a turkey, I would hide in some colorful hay. Matthew Seward - If I were a turkey, I would hide in a camper. Blakely Stulir - If I were a turkey, I would hide in the barn loft. Damion Aagesen - If I were a turkey, I would hide on the roof. Madison Sterriker - If I were a turkey, I would hide in a house.

Brock Fisher - If I The Kindergarteners were a turkey, I would listened to a story hide in a tornado shelcalled Run, Turkey, ter. Run. The turkey in this story is trying to Austin Hornung - If I hide from the farmer were a turkey, I would so that he doesn’t hide in the corn crop. become Thanksgiving dinner. The kinder- Blake Stivers - If I garteners were asked were a turkey, I would to draw a picture of hide in a camper. where they would hide Mitchell Stivers - If I if they were a turkey. were a turkey, I would Brooklyn Perry – If I hide in the trees so the were a turkey, I would farmer doesn’t find me. hide under my bed. Hayden Kirby - If I Tanner Himes – If I were a turkey, I would were a turkey, I would hide in the garage. hide in the house.

Go at the forest. Catch it with an anchor, it’s a bow and arrow anchor. I would have my bouncer, my trampoline. It goes super high all the way home super-fast! It made my hair burned and my eyes on fire. I just take one feather off. Cook it at my oven for 30, 40, 15 for 1,000 days. It takes forever for him to get sunburnt. My mom is still cooking the turkey. It takes forever! I eat it in December like when I have to go to the dentist. I eat the turkey after I go to the dentist. It will make Jack Graton

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By Lizbeth I would run faster, jump on it and catch it. Then put it in the house, and eat it. By Keyli I would run up and By David catch it by his legs. I would run and cover it Then I will take it home up, pull the turkey to to eat. home from outside. By Gracie By Jorge I would sneak up and To catch a turkey, I catch it by the legs. would run and catch it. Then I would eat it. I would fly to get it. By Raeya By Gabe I would sneak up I would run as fast as I behind it and grab it could and jump and with a net. Then I will catch it. I would roast it take it home and eat it. and eat it all up! By Jake Arickaree – I would go find some turkeys and sneak up Kindergarten behind one and grab it by the legs. Then I By Adeline would take it home and I would shoot it eat it.

By Lilly You find the turkey then you will catch it by the neck. Put it in a bag bring it home, put it on the kitchen counter and chop its head off with a knife. Then you will cook it for 30 minutes. Then you are ready to eat it, make sure you don’t eat the bones.

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By Caelan First you get a gun then you aim it at the turkey. Then push a button and then go out and get the turkey. Then cook it.

By Maranda First get some turkey food, put it around your house. Sit by the window or door and watch for the turkey. You go outside and try to catch the turkey if you don’t, By Joel By Mariana go back inside and I will use a bow and I would sneak up and wait. arrow and grab it and grab it by the legs. hit it. Then I will take it By Adahli home. I go slowly on the By Keith ground and I throw a I throw at it with an By Mayline net on him and catch axe. I will rope it. I would run up and try him. And then I eat to grab its legs. him for lunch. By Kimberly I would jump on it. By MJ By Karely I would find some First I see a turkey and By Abner turkeys and find one I go chase it. Then I am Catch its’ tail. It falls that would be good to close to it, and it doesoff. eat. I would run to it n’t see me. Then I and grab it by the neck catch it with the net. By Clay and try not to get If the turkey was runpecked by it. By Abner ning, you would catch it First you give him with your hands on the By McKenna turkey food and then tail. I would sneak up you put it on the ground behind it and grab its and you put a rope that By Angel neck. Then I would is stuck to a tree. Then I will rope it. take it home.

put turkey food into the circle, then he will put his beak in. Then you pull the string and it will attach to the turkey’s head. Then you pull it up and that will kill him.

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By Jared I will put a rope from one tree to another tree. I would put a rock and a trap, and I would put the trap in the tree and it would come down on the turkey. By Octavio First you get it in a net and trap it. Then get it and put it somewhere where it won’t escape. Always make sure it won’t get out. Then put stuff to cover the exits and take it home. And then lock the door, so it won’t escape. Then you feed it. When you’re done feeding it and then you can let it go and play with it. And then you could name it.

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you can see it. Then sit down and take out all the feathers. Have a wooden table for it. Then share it with your By Audrey continued family. Cut off its beak Then cook it and start and take off the legs eating with a fork and a and nails that are pokey. knife. Cut off all the fat Then eat it. then put it on the table. Put a candle on the By Paityn middle of your table so A fork and knife.

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People are trying to grab them. Coyotes can get them by running fast. We can use a net. Teachers help too. The turkey fell in the water and catched them.

1st Grade By Julia I will get the net to trap the turkey. I will stand on a ladder and drop the net on the turkey. By Linsey I will catch the turkey with a rope. I will put the rope on the ground. I will grab the rope and catch the turkey. By Julian I will go get my horse then I get out. Then I go chase the turkey. Then I eat up.

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By Drew I will go get my horses and rope the turkey. And eat the turkey. By Owen I chase a turkey to a volcano. I rope the turkey. I will lower the turkey in to the lava. I pull him out and roast him. By Grant I chase the turkey. I rope the turkey and dragged it to my house and ate the turkey for Thanksgiving.

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By Michael I will bring my dog and chase the turkey into a cage.

Lone Star Second Grade Amanda continued First I go outside and look for the turkey on my properdy. Second I get my bow and airow ready to shoot it. Third I aim for it and shoot it. I run over to it and pick it up. That is how I will catch a turkey the day before Thanksgiving.

2nd grade Kylee This how you cach a turkey in N. Colorado and it is a culerful turkey in the country before Thanksgiving. First you set a trap for the turkey in the country. The trap is called the turkey trapper. Then I cach the turkey. The turkey is big and fat. I tell my mom and dad they can see the turkey. They say good job now you get a reward. Now we can have Thanksgiving dinner. Have a great Thanksgiving.

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Lupita I will cach a turkey this Thanksgiving. To cach a turkey you need a net because if you don’t have one it will run away. Then you need to look for it and chase it around. When you have it you go take it home and make it. Sometimes you can catch a turkey at your neighborhood. Sometimes you can kill a turkey with a bow and arow or a knife. On Thanksgiving you stay with your friends and family you don’t go to school for Thanksgiving. We always like Thanksgiving because it is a holiday.

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Jayden This is how to catch a turkey in Colorado in the morning. First, you have to bring some kind of special tool like a bow and erow. Next, you find a good place like Colorado and hide by some kind of bush. Then when the fat turkey comes, use your bow and erow. Then, you take it home and take off the feathers. Then put the turkey in a pan to boil then when its done you gobble in! That’s how to catch a turkey. Dillon How to catch a turkey

in Alaska. I’m going to catch it with a trap. Next I’m going to shoot it with my bow-andarrow. Then I will be going to Montana to hunt a turkey. I will eat it when I get it. Amy Jo How to catch a turkey in Colorado. First, you find a good place in the country to find a turkey. Next, you can use a rope or a bow to catch the turkey. Last, when you catch a turkey you can have it for thanksgiving so that is how to chatch a turkey in Colorado.

That is how to catch a turkey. Maggie How to catch a turkey in the country. My nest will have babis. The mom will put them in a cage. I will load the car and take them home.

Ashley I will catch two turkeys in the country. First I’ll get a sack and get in the car. Second I set turkey traps and when they get trapped I’ll put the colorful turkeys in the sack. After that I’ll take it home and pluck it. Last I cook the turkey and eat the Aleighcea yummy turkey. That’s The first thing I am how I would catch a going to do is get all my turkey on supplies. Second I am Thanksgiving. going to look for a turkey and set a trap Bohden down. Third I am going How to catch a turkey to get my bow and in Colorado for arrow and shoot it. Thanksgiving. First Then I am going to you get a hunting bring it inside and cook licens. Secont you get it. Then we can have a a bow and airow and Thanksgiving dinner. shoot it. Third you run over and pick it up. I will have the best Thanksgiving ever.

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