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N (Continued from Page One.) First Place Premium Ribbons were presented to the following : John Barnard, rebuilding leather work on a saddle, Randolph; Vicky Argyle, Randolph, for Western shirt; Nola Jackson, Randolph, for knitted sweater; Bertha Telford, Randolph, for a croched afghan; Rodney Cornia, Randolph, v leatherwork and clock work; Mark Hoffman, Randolph, photography; Peggy R. Richards,Ran-dolp- h; and Betty Cornia, Randolph Craft Annette Clock;: Pugmire, Laketown, lamp craft; Barbara Peart, Randolph, ceramic; Holly West- on, Laketown, Family Tree Craft; Radene Rex, Randolph, ceramics; Vickie Weston, aketown, crafts ymacrame owl; Gaye Johnson, laketown, crafts macrame purse school bag; Debbie Randolph, for porcelain doll; Beth Telford, Randolph, ceramics First Place Premium Awards went to the following for quilts and afghansr Noma Lee Pugmire, Laketown, afghan; Donna Groll, Randolph, crochet afghan; Nola Jackson, Randolph, velvet piece quilt and pieced quilt; Alice Muir, Randolph, tricot quilt; Roche le Whitlock, Woodruff, Deseret Livestock, quilt; Minnie McKinnon, Randolph, cloverleaf baby quilt; Vesta opkin. Woodruff, heart baby quilt; Oral Lutz, Garden City, Infant quilt seat cover; Alice Muir, Randolph, tied baby quilt; and Erma Junn, Randolph, baby quilt In the 4i Dress Revue, congratulations go Mck-inn- on, tot Tami Weston, fourth year sewing; Kelly . The Fair had many activities to attend, among those offered were the 14! Style Dress Revue held August 26in the South Rich Elemen- - Kristy Huefner served as Style Dress R- eVue commentator. Style Dress Revue awards'' were presented to winners by Scharlene Wo- ffinder. The dress revue was enjoyed by all Requirements were that each girl make the- - outfit, and then modeled Mothers and visitors watched proudly as all girls modeled. The dress revue was broken ir it. into four divisions The first division for girls 9 and 10 years old , and first place in that division went to Natalie Hu- f- was facker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. acker of Woodruff . Second place PARADE Fir annual event Chuck Huf- fwas taken by Emily Schulthes of Woodruff. The second division was for 11 and 12 year olds. First place went to Patricia Pugmire, daughter of Sharon and Dennis Pugmire of Laketown. Second place went to Any Jo Cornia, daughter of Allen and Tracey Cornia of Woo- druff. Third place went to Cleresa Argyle, daughter of Vicki and Ben Argyle of Rando- lph, and fourth place went to Elizabeth Hof- fman and Julie Schow of Laketown. Julie is th daughter of Bishop Iyim Schow and Kathy Sch- cm of Laketown. The third division is for 13 and 1 1 year the entrants enjoy the 1983 Rich Parade County Tate, Randolph, third year sewing; Kristi Johnson, Randolph, intermediate; Dana Lee Lee Putnam, Randolph, fifth year sewing; St- ephanie Nielson, Randolph, fourth year sew-ing; Cheresa Argyle, Randolph, second year sewing; Jeneal Nielsen, Randolph, second year sewing; Barbara Earley, Laketown, second year sewing; Julie Schow. Laketown, second year sewing; Elizabeth Hoffman, Randolph, first year sewing; Ada Marshall, Randolph, first year sewing; Angenette Schulthea, Woodruff, first year sewing Sandra Putnam, Randolph, first year sewing and their handmade items will be taken to th Utah State Fair in Salt Lake City. down YOUNG in last downtown Randolph week during ' ' COMMISSIONERS place in that division wont to and Dean of Shirley Sherrie Stuart, daughter ' Woodruff of CALL MEETING Stuart Second. place went to Julie Johnson, dau- The ghter of Bob and LaRue Johnson of Randolph county Third place went to Kristy atch, daughter Commission will hold of Doug and JoAnna Hatch of Randolph its nex meeting inuFourth place went to Heather Huefner, da- Rich county CoGarden of Huefner Don Bess and of rthouse in Randolph ughter Ada and City, and to Cari Muir, daughter of September 7, 1983 Merrill Muir of Randolph Commissioners are The Fourth Division is the Senior Divisior planniag o discuss and was won by Kelly Tate, daughter of Bob the Rich. County H- eTate of and Margene Randolph alth Clinic beginning Second place went to Tami Weston of Ran- a on olds First ; ' . dolph This was just a few of the girls who in participated sewing. Each girl who did participate was a winner in her own rig- ht. A special thanks should be given to all 141 Leaders and parents for the many hours donated to teach our girls. A special thanks goes to: Vicky Argyle Lois , Astle, Shauna Beaudoim, Betty Cornia Jane Hatch, Jo Anna Hatch, Nancy Lamborn Jeanie limb, Connie Radraall, Pat Smith, Co- lleen Thomock and Shexyl Weston. Also we would like to thank Tracey Corn- ia for decorations for the Dress Revue. 1- day The public is invited to attend. -H NEWS TIES with news or tips advertising Anyone for the Rich County should contact: News Judy F1yd, 916-3- 6- : EDITOR - CO-EDI- TOR H.L. - ADVERTISING REPORTER SUPPORT - VANHORN HEATHER MCMILLAN - H.L. 'The Rich County LOCAL , Wednesday VANHORN & HEATHER MCMILLAN JUDY FLOYD in News is published every Garden City, Ut. Subscriptions are $8.50 per year in statt LIBRARY J I' ' and $10.50 per year out of state. Rich County News P.0. Box 242 in Garden City, Ut, 84028 or P.0. Box 398 Randolph, Ut. 84064. Phone (801)946-346-2.