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Page 2 Coulee City THE NEWS--STANDARD Washington Aug 31 THE COULEE CITY NEWS and THE HARTMIqE STANDARD l bllflaed every Friday, Coulee city, washtngnm. Sub irtion rate $8.60 year. ELLA CONNER, Editor and Publisher Entered u second cla s matt at the Post [Ice at Coulee CRy, Washington, I anuary 10, 194% tmdPa the Act d March 3, 189% Adhere marl (subs czi priam, change of addrem, Foma 31P'/9) m code cat,/, wa tt n. By ~ Grace Steinmetz lVk & Mrs Ronnie Wilson and son of Spokane visited his mother, Mrs Don Wilson, over the week- end. /vk & /ks Lester Webley and family of Kettle Falls, and Mrs Josie Webley of Marlin visited the Leo Lavins Sunday and attended the annual community picnic. lvk& Mrs Larry Schultz of Spo- kane are parents of a baby girl born S u n d a y. David and Bobbie Schultz h a v e been staying with theix grandmother, l~s Leonard Johnson, the past two weeks. The Les IXllquist family spent several days last week visiting her parents, Mr & Mrs Art Ring of La Conner. Gary and Kenney Coddington of Portland sperg tea days with their aunt, Mrs Robert MeCann and family. The boy's parents, Mr & Mrs AI Ceddington, were visitors this week. & l~s D C Twining of Olympia spent the weekend at the A J Twiuings and attended the picnic. Mr & Mcs Walter Cox, Loreen and Rotmie, visited last week in Deer Park, Newport and in Cot- tonwoed, Idaho, Mrs Cox's mother Nlrs Alma Damschen, came kome with them from Idaho. kks Hester Gilbert and Gladys are VL~U~g the Howard GLlbem in Corvallis, OFegon. Gladys will go onto San Leandro, Califcxnia, to teach again this year. Vlsttars. at the Russell Drakes Wednesday were Mr ake'sdster and llother-in-law, Mr & Mrs Guy Harmer of Yakima and their son and wife, Mt & Mrs Martin Ktaner of Ogden, Utah. The Russell Itakes attended a /family reunion of her family in Portland this weekend in henor of her mother, ld~ Alfred Bloomer, who was 78. Also attending were the J E Tiltens. o f Outlook and Howard Tilton of Renton. The reunion was held at the home of another brother, Jess Triton. Bob Setl , Commander of the local VFW Post, attended the Convention in Seattle this week. Einar Nelson tmderwent surgery Thursday a t McKay Hospital In Soap Lake. Mr & Mrs Jim Jess attended the preview showing of 1964 Chevro- lets in Portland this week. /vlelanie and TamaraBaker have returned to thetrhome in C~rval- 1is, Ctegon, after spending two weeks with their aunt, h/~s Gray- don Moore. onors .es1 lore Won By Hartline tAtCou air Hartline residents and 4-H Club members c a m e home from the Grant County Fair with a host of ribbons and other honors. Reserve Champion honors went to Robert Sieg on his 4-H s0eer which was purchased in the beef auction by Jack's Bargain Barn of Moses Lake for 39 lb. Gary Nel- son won a blue ribbon on his beef which brought 39 from the War- den Feed Yard. Other 4-H members from Hart- line winning ribbons on their beef included Larry Dormaier, red, sold to Hygrade Meat Pack- ingC ofSpokane for 29% ; Sherrfl Dormaier, red, sold to Alrrara Gr ain Growers for 28; VadenDormaier, red, sold to Hy. grade Packing Co of Tacoma for 26; Gary Sieg, Red , sold to Jim's Chevrolet o f Coulee City jfor 28; Tim and Tom Behn each won white ribbons and sold their animalsto the Almira Grain Growers for 28. Inthe 4-H sheep division Sandta Higginbotham won a blue ribbon and received the largest price of 1.02 from the Kennedy Chemical Co of Harfline. Blue ribbons were also won by Ruth Sieg, purchased by the Kennedy Chemical Co of Almira for 60; Pauline WaLker sold to Egbert In- surance Company for 60; Ce- celia Walker, John Higginbotham received 63 & 96 respectively from McCall Farm Chemicals of i Almira; Kathy Walker, Kennedy Chemicals ofHartl.ine, 70;Joyce and Debbie Higginbotham, Na- tional Bank of Commerce, Coulee City, 67 & 66, respectively; Richard Senlder, Danny Kelley & Kevin Higginbotham sold their animals to the Almira Grain Growers fee 80, 80 and respectively; Karen Hardt, Almira Branch of National Bank of Com- ~lerCe. Red Ribbons were won by Nancy Behne who sold to Wright's Claev- rolet of Gr and Coulee for 78; Chuck Kelley to McCall Chem- ical of Almira for 8C ;Ricky Kelley to Kennedy Chemical of Hatfline for "/0; Danny Kelley & Kevin Higginbotham to Almir a Grain Growers for 75 each. Mike Edwards and Alan Higgin- botham won white ribbons on their sheep and Mike's was purchased by Kennedy Chemical of Hartline for 90 and Al an 's by McCall Chemical for 80. In the Special Awards Division Mrs Pat Goodwin won third place in the U & I Sugar baking contest and earned 5 lbs of sugar. 4-H FOODS, LET'S BAKE: Blue ribbons: Martha Kelley, Joyce Higginbotham, Candace Carey; Red Ribbons; Karen Hardt, Nancy Behne, Sheri Lindhag and Debra Roche; White ribbons: JrAe Hardt. 4-HFOODS, PICNICS& PARTIES: Blue ribbons; Ianice Dormaier & loyce D~maier, Nancy Behne; Mt & Irks Don Thompson were . ............. [Redribbons; Shen Lmdhag. Roz- caneototamnsmarg, r naayoymelanne tea.` randace Care,, illness of Mrs Thompson'smother , " .... J' M Gtaee Quann. Mrs Quann had Debby Higginbotham0 and Deb- arab Roche. 4-H FOODS CONTESTS, BREAK- FASTS: Blue ribbons, Janice Dor- maier, and Nancy Behne. 4-H HOME IMPROVEI~ENT: 10 gone to EUensburg Thursday with the Jim Qu ann family who had been visiting here. Mrs Quann was able to return home with the Thompsom Monday. to 12 year olds: Blue ribbon, Nancy Behne. 4-H EL~='rRIC, single article: Ed Kelley won a red and a white ribbon. POULTRY JUDGING: Jim Senk- let, red ribbon. HORSE JUDGING : Cathy Schrock, red ribbon. Debby Hig- ginbotham, red ribbon. 4,-H HOME IMPROVEMENT:10 to 12 year olds; Nancy Behne, blue ribbon. 4-H POULTRY:Cock~! James Senkler, blue ribbon; Penof3 Pullets: James Senlder, blue rib- ban. CRAFTS & ARTS: MOSAIC: Joyce Htgginbotham, wh it e ribbon. @HHORSES, Train Horse, Jr; Megan Walesby, red ribbon. Performance, Trail Horses, Jr.:~ Biily Edwards, r e d ribbon; trail horses, sn Cathy Schxock, white ribbon. Equitation, Jr; /vlegan Walesby, white and Bil_ly Edwards, white. Equitation, St: Cathy Schrock , white. 4-H L IV ES T O C K JUDGING: senior: Cecelia WaLker, Gary NeLson and Man I Iigginbotham, blue ribbons; Rick Hardt, Mike Kane. Sherril Dormaier, Tom & Tim Behne, red ribbons; Eddie Keiley, Garry Sieg, and Larry Dormaier, white ribbons. 4-H LIVES T OCK JUDGING: Junior: Danny Kelley, PauLine Walker, Ruth Ann Sieg, blue rib- bans; Vaden Dormaier, Joyce Hig- ginbotha m, Sandra Higginbotham, Nchard Senkler, Kevin Higgin- botham, Mike Goodwin, Marshz Kane, Red ribbons: Sandra Hig- gtnbotham, Michael Edw ards, and Robert Sieg, white ribbons. CLOTHING: Woman's suit: Mrs GeneKelley and h@s Ruth Behne, red ribbons; House dress or teenage dress; Mrs Gene 2 blueribbons: Skirts or Jerene Dormaier, blue and E ~rmaier, red. ACCESSORIES: Mrs Pat win, blue. 4-H PHOTOGRAPHy: burn: Rozanne Kane, white 4-H CLOTHING: Let's Se Karen Hardt, red. Open: Mart.ha Kelley , b Bedtime Outfits; Jere ne maier, blue. (Cont Page 3, Col 2) SWEAT SHIRTS Crew Top Sox Onderclothi.g, Handkerchiefs FOR BACK Jackets All you pay for an N B of C Special Checking Account is a dime a check. There is no other charge Not even a monthly servicecharge. A DIME A CHECK No minimum balance is required and your statement is mailed monthly. Open your account today. Member FDIC Tennis Shoes TO SCHOOL Mea'$ Wear E CITY. WASH NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE /~00000OO0 000 I @ FARMERS, BE SURE TO CHECK,THE LOCATION OF OVERHEAD POWER LINES BEFORE TIPPING UP METAL IRRIGATION PIPE TO CLEAN IT --- AND BEFORE MOVING HAY STACKERS, DITCH t DIGGING BCYONIS OR OTHER FARM EQUIPMENT. ALSO, PLEASE BE CAREFUL TO NOT STACK FlAY UNDER OtS ,RICT POWER LINES. ( Your Electric Service Utility )