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.Page 4, News-Standa~l, June lS, 1978 P "]d. 4 dt by klclde 12-53 Former local State Troop- er Pat Thomson, now of Spokane, has been promoted to Sergeant in the Washing- ton State Patrol. Pat will be taking care of the North Val- ley area in Spokane. Greg and Darlene Ferrier, Tristt and Scot% Rapid City, S. D., are here visiting Emma Scheibner for about three weeks. While here they are helping Emma paint her house. The piano students of Sus- an Leckenby gave a recital for friends and relatives Sunday afternoon in the Assembly of God fellowship hall Students of all ages gave a delighful perfor~ mance. They included Cindy, Scott and Angle Lsaak, Scott Hunt, Becky and Jody Asker, Collie Tigges, Dawn Marie Gates, Becky Stonecipher, Amy Evans, Regina Luedke and Kathy Vaughn. Einar NeLson very recdntly returned from a month long trip to Sweden, visiting his hcother% Karl Lu_ndquist, 90, NeLS iandquist, 76, and his nephew Gurbnf Lundquist. While there, he and his nephew, toured by car the following areas of Sweden: Skane, Ha,land, Bohuslan, Dalsland, Vaster-Gotland, Narke, Oster-Gotland and Smaland. Along the way there were many ancient restored castles, chu~hes and home: of well known royalty of the past. Einar commented about the beautiful, weLl kept gardem ammnd the area~ He is visiting here in Coulee City and will be re- tanning home to Wenatchee shortly. Clint and Kathy Nelson also went on the trip. About 21 yourig people _ f~m the CC Assembly of God went roller skating at Soap Lake Monday evening. THsha and Jess Baker and Rodney went Catfishing nea: Pasco this past week- end, with Trisha's patents, Pete and Norma Went% and their grandson, Brian. Pete once again out-did Jessby bringing home seven fish to Jess's three! Chief and Teresa Sieg left Friday to attend a Flea Mar- ket in Desert Aire, where they showed their cr~fts. They returned on Sunday. The Dick Martin family reunion was held this week- end at Patti'O Park in Soap Lake. Those attending from Coulee City were: Dick and Donna Martin, Donarae and Lynette, and Terry and Mary Hunt and boys. Lynda and Denny Nutt, Heathex and HoLly, went to Reno and Lake Tahoe last week along with Ken Benson and Mrs Margaret Nutt. Lynda and girls drove to Hartford, California to visit her father. They re- turned home Sunday. Deadline for all news and ad copy at the News office is Tuesday, 4:00, PUSLIC INVITED By T#r u Browddtt.Sl Representatives of the Washington, Oregon, Mon- tana and Idaho Wheat Grow- ers Associations, in a meeting in Spokane on June Ist, gave their seal of approval to continue steps toward the formation of a Pacific Northwest Chemical Users Associatiov Accord- ing to Dave Dunham, and a Washington Association of Wheat Growers' represen- tative to the organizational committte, there are eight are as where the Pacific Northwest Chemical Users Association would channel its energies. "The main objective of the association would be to retain chemicals needed for the economic and efficient production of food and fiber in the Pacific Northwest, " Dunham, explained. Dunham went on to say, "The organization wpuld work very closely with the Environmental Portection Agency to promote registra- tion of new, safe chemicals to ~control agricultural pests, , and would also represent Pacific Northwest agricultur- al entities in submitting re- buttal information under E. P. A. 's RPAR (Rebuttal Presumption Against Regis- tration) program. "The PNCUA would also conduct public information programs to inform the gen- eral public about the benefits of agricultural chemicals and their use. " Dunham indicated that as the organization becomes a reality and continues to fun- ction, it would increase its scope of activities to include to| the regulations concerning Deep in your emotions.., have you wanted clean water acts, OSHA natural beauty? With a positive attitude and the most of your own looks and regulations and other govern- ment involvement in agri- This is your ye~ where everyone is beautiful culture, people are merely examples,not patterns to Dunham said the organiza- out and be a natural beauty! t.ion would be asking for fund- Keep your hair simple. If your hair has a 10tt ing from the commodity al curl, a layered cut will give you the controll commissions of the four plus less struggle. If your hair is straight, try B1 states represented at the perm that frames your face with soft waves. meeting, and then would wide-tooth comb, a flick of },our fingers and attempt to enlarge its con- your head all you need for a natural summer stituency to include other brush wet hair or perm'd ones. Step-up commodity organizations, ing routines in the summer. Dunham added that eradi- FLASH: When wearing the bright colored cation of agricultural chemi- ions, take extra caxe that your face doesn't cgls without justification by the powerful color. Apply your makeup will, in the long run, cost dressed with accent on the eyes[ the American public more FLASH: a SUPER easy way to give your eyes than they are willing to pay. they need this summer is to li~ them with shimmering color. Pencils can give you the OVER 657 Increased. Do you have enough protection costly hospital and nursing hems penses? For information on and nursing home supplements, call: Knopp Insurance Agency 507 W. Main, Coulee ty BUY-SILl TRADi from our Save up to 50% on nursery Peggy Jenkin, Kirkiand, was home with her parents, the Boyd Jenkins, this week- end for the Chris Isaak wedding. Mr and Mrs E]xner Box, old timers of this area, now of Slah, were in town this Weekend and visited Mr and Mrs Frank Jenkin. Russ, Barb, Renee and Heidi Knopp returned Sunday from a I0 day trip to CaLi- fornia. They visited Disney- land, Knotts Berry Farm, Marine Land, NBC-TV Studios, attended the game show, Wheel of Fortune, and shopped in San Francisco and Reno, Nevada. Friends, SATURDAY AND SUNDAv COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS/ MOSES LAKE Sponsored by the Western Cotlecto$ PUSLIC INVITED: Sumllay: 9.'00 A.M. 'HI 3,'00 P.M. lHn "cosE To 3 shows o ~r. Next show Semember 23.24 Large juniper tams Pyramid ArbJvJtae ,z.s9___$1.4g Large g01d Phitzers z.49_,1.99 Grape vines , 49 ............. s1.49 SOME FRUIT TREES, LARGE PINE TREES & PYRAMIDS AT CLOSE.OUT PRICES. EPHRATA TRADIHii Sale starts today, runs 1 week only. 857 Basin S.W. 8 - 6 Daffy, Ooaed