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Our I:Jlsl ]Fear  " " Tlne 5agln:lcine (n-escent The Saguache Crescent P.O. Box 195 Second Class Postage Paid at Saguache, Colorado 81149 Publication No. (USPS 475-480) 719-655-2620 DEAN I. COOMBS, Publisher POSTMASTER: Send address changes to THE SAGUACHE CRESCENT, P.O. Box 195, Sa- uache, CO 81149. Published every Thursday at Saguache, Colorado, the ounty Seat of Saguache County in the Colorful San Luis Valley. Sub: $14.00 per year in-county $16.00 per year in-state $18.00 per year out-of-state Notice as to Proposed Budgets MEETING AND PUBLIC HEARING Notice is ]ereby given that a proposed Budget for the calendar year beginning January 1, 2011 and ending December 31, 2011, has been submitted to the Board of Directors of the Upper Gun- nison River Water Conservancy District. Adoption of the proposed Budget will be considered at a public hearing during the regu- larly scheduled meeting of the Board of Directors on November 22, 2010 commencing at 6:30 p.m. at the District's office, 210 West Spencer, Suite B, Gunnison, Colorado. Any interested elector of the Upper Gunnison River Wa- ter Conservancy District may file any objections to the proposed budget at any time prior to the final adoption of the budget The proposed budget is available for public inspection at the District offices Published: Nov. 4 & 11, 2010 Senior Menu $2.00 - 60 years or older $6.00 - under 60 years Wed., Nov. 10 -- Swiss Steak, Mushroom Sauce, Parsley Pota- toes, Carrot-Raisin Salad, Wheat Roll Thurs., Nov, 11 -- S,lit Pea Soup, Chef's Salad, Apple Sauce, Sal- tine Crackers Men., Nov. 15 -- Green Chili Stew, Sliced Yellow Squash, Fruit Cock- tail, Flour Tortilla Tues., Nov. 16 -- Lemon Baked Fish, Carrot Coins, Creamy Cole- slaw, Manffarin Oranges, Wheat Bread, Sugar Cookie Wed., Nov. 17 -- Baked Ham w/ Raisin Sauce, Mashed Sweet Po- tatoes, California Vegetables, Pine- apple Cubes, Wheat Roll PRELIMINARY AGENDA TUESDAY, NOV. 16 - 9:00 a.m. SAGUACHE COUNTY COM]VHSSIONERS MEETING COURTHOUSE IN SAGUACHE 9:00 A. M. Call to Order Additional/deletions to agenda Reading & approval of minutes Review of Mail Introduction of Guests 9:30 -- Commissioner's Reports 10:00 -- Lyn Zimmer & Wendi Maez - Co-Administrator Adrmnistrat]ve ttepor 10:25 -- Break 10:30 -- Wendy Maez Land Use Admlmstrator 11:15 -- Ben Gibbons Attorney Reort 11:45 -- Mike Norris Sheriff's Report 11.55 -- Jail Tour I,tINCH 1:00 Randal Arredondo, Supervisor Road & Br]de tteport Landfill Report 1:30 -- Jeannie Norris, Director Social Services Report 2:00 -- Chella Ward I-lousing Director 2:30 -- Break 2:35 -- Joy Hughes Solar Presentation 3:00 -- Sales Tax Decisions Bill paying Adjourn i Birthdays Matt Hammel on Nov. 14th Kathy Geddes on Nov. 14th Darell Alexander on Nov. 15th Kathy J. Maez on Nov. 15th Scott Alexander on Nov. 18th Tom Hall on Nov. 18th Damien Martinez on Nov. 18th Shella Snider on Nov. 19th Marla Jordan on Nov. 19th Every good thought you think is contributing its share to the ul- timate result of your life. ---Grenville Kleiser COMBINED NOTICE PUBLICATION CRS 38-38-103 FORCLOSURE SALE NO. 20-2010 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed af Trust: On August 18, 2010, the under- signed Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust des- cribed below to be recorded in the County of Saguache records. Original Grantor(s): Paul,no E. Maldonado Original Beneficiary(ies) : United States of America, acting thro- ugh the Rural Housing Service or successive agency, United States Department of Agricul- ture Current Holder of Evidence of Debt: United States of America, acting through the Rural Hous- ing Service Date of Deed of Trust: February 20, 2007 County of Recording: Saguache Recording Date of Deed of Trust: February 23, 2007 Recording Reception Number: 358082 Original Principal Amount: $65,350.00 Outstanding Principal Balance: 64,302.64 Pursuant to C.R.S. 38-38-101(4) (i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: Failure to pay principal and in- terest when due together with all other payments provided for in the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust and other vim lations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. Lot 49, Valle Vista Resubdi- vision to the Town of Center, Saguach, e County, Colorado. Also known by street and number as: 49 Corona Court, Center, CO 81125 NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evi- dence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust described herein, has filed Notice of Election and De- mand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice is Hereby Given that I will at public auc- tion at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, December 16, 2010, at the Public Trustee's Office, 501 4th Street, Saguache, Colorado sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all in- terest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)' heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of pay- ing the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attor- ney's fees, the expenses of sale, and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication: Ooctober 28, 2010 Last Publication: November 25, 2010 Name of Publication: Saguache Crescent DATE: August 18, 2010 Connie A. 'l'rujiUo Public Trustee in and for the County of Saguache, State of Colorado By: Connie A. Trujillo Public Trustee The name, address, telephone number and bar registration num- ber of the attorney(s) represent- ing the legal holder of the indebt- eaness is: Thomas L. Japhet #15425 Office of the General Counsel U.S. Department of Agriculture 740 Simms St., Room 309 Golden, CO 80401-4720 (303) 275-5555 Attorney file #: 10-0148 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any inlorma- tion provided may be used for that purpose. ANNOUNCING New Yoga Class Times The Saguache Yoga Studio will be changing its class schedule. Beginning November 6, class will be held from 6 to 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday nights and from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on Saturday mornings. Also, if there is sufficient inter- es, there will be a 12-week be- ginner course also on Saturday mornings, to introduce new stu- dents to the basic poses. If you would like to participate in a be- ginner course, or have other ques- tions, please call 256-5436. I hope these changes will give those who can't attend an evening class a chance to come to a Saturday morning class. Chuck Tidd Certified Instructor Images o[ the Past Table of Contents VOLUME 1 Introduction to Volume 1 The Saguache County Mtumum The Saguache Museum Story The Sangre de Cristo Range Setting the Stage Archaeology Pathways: Trails and Roads of the San Luis Valley The Ute Indians Spanish Explorers Chief Ouray Hispanic Settlers Early Settlements American Explorers The Trappers, Traders & Adventurers Rush to the Rockies Isaac Gotthelf The Death of Hon. Isaac Gotthelf Saguache -- The Start Otto Mears John Lawrence -- A Biography The Saguache Chronicle -- 1874 History of the Saguache United Methodist Church The History of the Saguache County Creamery The Saguache Crescent Saguache Town Hall Lora and Eliza Curtis in Colorado Mrs. Eliza M. Curtis Passes Away Horace and Mary Campbell The Braun (Brown) Family in Saguache County Cipriano & Maria Delores Garcta Lujan Maria y Cipriano Lujan Emma Maestas A sheriff for Sure! The Jose Sanchez Family The Ward Ranch The Story of Woodard Ranch The History of 221 San Juan Avenue History of the William E, Whitten Homestead Story of Wales Family, 1870 Recollections of Early Days in the San Luis Valley History of the East Side of the San Luis Valley Adam Shellabarger (1846-1915) A Short History of the Baca Grant Notes About Luis Maria Baca Grant #4 The First Old Setters Reunion and Parade VOLUME Z Introduction to Volume 2 Celebration of 40th Year Incorporating Boards The Glow Within Towns Pictured County Newspapers County Towns Courthouses County Schools Hallie Ward Reminiscences Horace B. Means Frank & Florence Saguacbe at Turn of Century Special Educators Kate Newcomb Henrietta Boyd Bess Corlett James Casper Freedie George E. Burch August Johnson Family Rominger Family Gustav Johnson Family Cattle Cavalcade in Colo. George White Ella White (Memories) De Witt C. Travis Little Shepherd in the Hills St. James the Traveller Samuel D. Bunker Moffat (Okla. Land Co.) James L. Hurt Robert Monteith sag.lael,e, l'olorado 81149 - - . Thrsgiaff. NOVEMBER 11, 2010 [ II i .......... : ............ 'al ..... i-- ~ Hattie Ward - Clara Williams Anne Ellis (Joan Lee - Everett Ward collection) Saguache County History Ellis - White . Coleman VOLUME 4 Country Store Introduction Otis Albert Memories Estefana Armenta Horacio & Mable Quintana May Whitten "Tidbits" Tibo Gallegos Matt and Fred Seyfried H.R. Nelson Family Butch Family Hall Side of Story Hall Family History Hazard Family The Howards Early History (On upper Sguachej Samuel Hodding Cochetopa Pass Noland and Gotthelf Families Daisy Locket Family Matters Charles W. Ogden Mary Ogden History of 518 San Juan Jack and Irene Gray Marie O. Coombs Jennie V. Coombs Raby & Rominger Edward Werner Family Otto & Bessie Forbes Werner Orville & Ann Werner 545 Christy Ave. Helen Wemer & Ivan Martin Herman & Dora Werner Jim & Laura Werner Jesse Fox & Jessie Crowe John Davey Family Jordans & McClures VOLUME 5 Remembering Friends John & Mel Mel Coleman John Woodard The Old Spanish Trail Marold Family Oristas Church The Downer Guards Red Buck Race Samuel Wharton Family Fannie Cochrane Rees The Clare Family Jim & William Hurt Moffat School Haying on the Baca With Horses Carl & Jack Kent Families Cy Perkins Wertz & Bevan Families Fellows Triplets LiUian Hockshrasser VOLUlVIE 6 The Hayes/Michaud Family Barsch & Miller Ranch Families The Story of Mirage Maez-Russell Genealogy & Story The Saguache Co. Library Available at the Crescent for- ;1.00 each volume - $18.00 mailed. Petition to Deny Tessera Solar Permit James Keller in Mosca--noise, water aa- Abigail W. Shellabarger (Recalls) tion, air quality, light pollution S.L.V. History Tour and hazardous materials are a The Saguache County Board of Commissioners will soon be mak- ing the decision to approve or deny Tessera Solar's application to develop a 1525 acre site with an industrial concentrated solar fa- cility. This site is located on the north side of Road T between Saguar2te and Moffat. It is also located with- in the Saguach,e Creek drainage and borders working ranches and homes. This project is not at all sim- ilar to the photo voltaic facility few of the significant problems that have not been thoroughly ad- dressed in e application. The last date to submit a com- ment to the Commissioners is No- vember 19. The public bearing on the project is December 8th. There are petitions available to sign and irdormation sheets at: The 4th Street Diner, Sagnac; The Mirage in Mdfat an from June Savage, May Engquist, and Rick Barandes in Saguache or vis- it - http://slvrenewblecommuni for more infor- mation, updates and to sign peti- tion online. Let your voice be heard. The Case For a Christian Life Ladies Bible Study Pitkin Avenue Baptist Church 610 7th Street, Saguache Sunday Mornings at 9:45 am. Our Bible Study for November will remind us that the life Jesus VOLUME $ Colorado State Song Introduction to Volume 3 Hazard House George Hazard History The Banks of Saguache May T. Whitten Helen Ashley Anderson Kempner John Edward Ashley Samuel Wesley Ashley Samuel Thomas Ashley Samuel Russell Ashley Ashley Family William Thomas Ashley Thomas Cooley Ashley Ralph Wales Shellabarger William Ralph Shellabarger Capt. Martin Sheilabarger Jim Jacobs Gladys Bunker Meditation of a Cownmn Nathan Russell William O. Hammond Luther Gross T.C. Alexander Hlstor Mexanders (Roy & Jesilee) Burnham History Ken & Shirley Leach McDonough Ranch PRINTING i.etterheads . Ene|ope8 - Staleme.l - I,:d.-I- Business (smrds - I,vitalio,,, - %laliof|e.ry rirkels - Posters - Programs - Napkina Fast Service- Reasonable Prices .an@ Tgpe St.fll, to Cboo, From OFFICE SUPPLIES Marks-A-Lots - (o.struvtion I'aper - Skeleh Books - Receipt Books - Posler Board Adding laehine Tape - (rep. |'=,p,.r - Env.lop,, .Manila EnvPIopes -  ,rbop PapPr - I.vat Pad,, Ledger. I|erord & lash Book*,. I|uhber Bnnd,, PowderPd Poster Paint - Par-,.=l PO.I I.ab-I,, Paper Clips - Stnliom.rv - %lar;p i'ds  Ink Writing Pads -Srraleh Pads - Index t'a.rd 4. I| l I R |'ohlllll, I.okki'epin I' - tt h|l.'-llul - StalP.*i-nl I'ads - fVih, FohlPr, Plastic t'arton Tap,. - Typing P;,F,.r - ,i.n., I',d. All Kinds o| Paper - il Size. -  ul ,o Order .lagnetie Signs- I|.bber Slan, p - I.;,lllillallintl tilrlNon Vtldill{ S,-rvJ,* - IPtlt0kllill;{ i Shipphlll SAGUACHE CRESCENT RECYCLING DROP-OFF BINS AT THE SAGUACHE COUNTY LANDFILL 3AGUACHE COUNTY is made up of concerned citizens like your- self, who are working to provide residents with a place to take their recyclables. Recycling bins are provided for newspapers, aluminum and tin cans, glass, plastics and cardboard and alsoa bin for Reusable items. OPEN 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. -- Tues. - Sat. (Except Holidays) CLOSED Mon. & Sun. Recycling must be at the SAGUACHE COUNTY LANDFILL In properly marked recycling bins. What CAN Be Recycled? NEWSPAPERS  Fill a paper grocery bag with newspapers and inserts timt came with the newspaper. NO magazines. NO junk mail. NO string, twine or tape. NO cardboard of any kind. MAGAZINES -- YES phore books. NO str;,g twie or tape. NO books. (SEPARATED) GLASS -- NO lids or rirtg. Labels OK. ONLY }ars ald bottles that had lids. NO k!tchen glass. NO light bulbs or headlights. NO window glass. NO dirt or sand. TIN CANS -- Cut both ends and flatten. Labeis OK Rinse l you don't like the smell. ALUMINUM CANS & FOIL -- FIvLten. PLASTIC -- ONLY milk, water pop jugs separated. 1'40 lidS, flat. tened. Rinse if you don't like the smell. COLORED #2 PLASTIC--- NO OIL OR ANTIFREEZE, CLOROX BOTTLES ONLY. CARDBOARD- Corrugated ONLY - NO cereal, soap, beer, pop or other pressed fiber boxes. FLATTEN. PRESSED RBER BOXES  Cereal, soap, beer-pop, etc. FLATTEN AUTOMODILE BATTERIES -- Transport in cardboard boxes. NO Leakers. Any vehicle (tractor, golf cart, etc.) OK NON.FOUS METAL -- Separate copper, brass, aluminum, lead. Include aluminum doors, windows and pans. Aluminum sial. ing and auto parts. WHITE PARER -- Any white paper with blac copy or black marks on it. COLORED PAPER -- Any colored paper or any white paper witll any color other than black on it (red, blue, yellow) and serf-carbon, COMPUTER PAPER -- Green or blue bar, white Shredded paper, NO carbon paper or self-carbon. SLICK PAPER -- Any coated paper. Gan g m with rnalazmes, JUNK MAIL  Envelopes, etc. KEEP RECYCLABLES SEPARATED - IF IT IS MIXED, rf is TIN ANY CONTAMINATION WILL CAUSE RECYCLABLES TO BE TbiROWN AWAY -- QUALITY PIODUCTS ARE CRITIG#& Hoagland Stage Station Begin, "The House of Ellis" Jean Holland (collection) George Ellis Judge John I. Palmer Ray and Emma Slane James and Alice Slane Homer Holland Robert Ellis Randall Everett Ocee Fellows Guy Jewell House of Ellis (continues) (Francis L. Kenney collection) uinne O-eger Judge Robe Tm'lii gives us is abundantly rich and full, with both present and future --lulli-lulN-ilillllllk-LU-lll2[L|ll-J[[l reality! November 14- Life in Light of SHIPPIN6 and PACKAGING ernity November 21  Life Together November 28- Life Worth Sharing Every week we have a great Bible Study! Join us for snacks and fellow- ship as we study the Scriptures, you will have a great time; We promise! All ladies are welcomel Contact Lyn Miles for more in- formation 655-2, __ %2-'t-':rLJLJtJtJLLJ{l..t'LJ  BOXING - PACKING - TAPING - ADDRESSING For Shipping by UPS or Parcel Post Reduced Handling Charge With Packagln U SAGUACHE CRESCENT