Fremont Tribune from Fremont, Nebraska on August 21, 1974 · 3
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t r 4 J A - Re T Ar Practical items created lg 1 m miscellaneous event ARLINGTON - Four -H erx created a variety of practical and artutic ttem tor the miscellaneous division of judging at the Washington County Fair. Club officers competed in record keeping events whik other members promotj health, safety and the program in poster competition. Other events let them show their talents in child care and photography and even history. Purple and blue ribbon winners in the miscellaneous category are- W1M LU.AEOUS Set rrtary record book Purple Lisa Guslin. Cheryl Warrick, Ann Hey brock, Suren Rasmussen, Juli Jorgensen Blue Colleen Lipp Brenda Rosen baum, Donnettc K re raise, Monica Ma gers, Virginia Meier. Joten Novak, Jodie Bingham, Kira Bennett hews notes Purple Kelly Jensen. Mars V.Sefieid Blue Cindy Mohr, Barbara chmidt, Renee behlemken, iorene Larsen Fosters , Purple Martly n Vuss TenVoung. Karla Nelson, Joanne Simpson, Mnte nnd Cindy Leaker. Kiis Murk Blue Cindy Iteppermann Randy Larsen, Debbie, Javque and Dwight " rich Shelley and Tammy Stout, Carol Schmidt, Cindy Kay. Pam Wal-kenhorst, Susan Sperling Kathy Fit gerald, Karen Nielsen, Jolenc Novak, Patricia Uehy, Melanie Schlenker, Vicki Vogt, Jane Blankenship, Robyn Peterson, Dnvid Kuhl, JuU Jorgensen. Jean Miller, Travis Jensen, Julie Masters, Loreen Larsen, Becky Wolfe Sttefy , First md kit Purple Tammy Bonney, Kathy Interior decoration practiced by 4-Hcrs ARLINGTON - Interior decorating and learning to be a hostess are the objectives in the home living category of judging at the Washington County Fair. Four H members show off their decorating talents through designing a variety of every day objects such as wastebaskets and learn to serve for luncheons and other activities by designing tea towels and serving trays. Purple and blue ribbons in the home living division were awarded to: HOME UVING Let's Groom your room Bulletin board Purple Sheila Andreasen, Rita Magers, Barbie Johnson, Monica Scheer, Gay Bartling, Sharon Moravec. Blue Joanne Beckman, Trisha Barber, Penny Rasmussen, Ruth Peterson, Kay Rasmussen, Ann Heyb-rock. Laundry bag Blue Lori Neuman, Chns Brum-njond, Lori Petersen, Kay Brummond, Trisha Barber, Jody Jacobs, Julie Lange, Jolene Novak, Jean Fitzgerald Wastebasket Purple Nancy Bay, Sandra Taylor, Sheila Anderson, Melinda Mead, Tamt Hilgenkamp, Monica Scheer. Blue Sharon Moravec, Ta'mi Peterson, Lon Neuman, Kelli Greger-aon, Theresa Neuman, Michelle Kroger, Penny Rasmussen, Jolene Novak, Kay Rasmussen, Virginia Dam. Wall hanging Purple Elizabeth Schwartz, Ctndy , Taylor. ' Blue Sherlyn Gesterling, Christopher Schwartz, Rita Magers, Ruth Peterson, Taml Hilgenkamp, Jean Fitzgerald. Luncheon set Purple LorCMcAlister, Bpenda. Rasmussen, Julene Lippincott. Blue CarolVn Stork? Suzan tnussen, Fayann Short. P , Tea towel Purple Carolyn Stork, DeyDe Thompson, Julene Lippincott, Blue Kim Thompson. Serving tray Purple Shelley Stout. Blue Ktm and Dee Dee Thompson. Jean Milter, i Hot dish mat Purple Shelly Stout. Blue Carolyn Stout, DeeDee Thompson, Lisa Erwin, Brenda Rasmussen, Julene Lippincott. Framed picture Blue Debbie Fitzgerald, Renee Schlemker, Pillow Purple Kris Stork. Small furniture Purple Brenda Kuhl. Fine arts Purple Cheryl Bruns, Mae Eicke, Tammy Bonney, Paula Eicke, Carol Crash victims ,are identified MILES CITY, Mont. (AP) The Montana Highway Patrol on Tuesday identified three Midwestern couples as the dead and injured in a bizarre wreck Monday that killed four persons and critically injured two others. Officials said relatives arrived by a chartered airplane to sort out the names of the dead and near-dead from the smashup that saw a camper unit hit a lumber truck south of this eastern Montana cowtown. The patroj said the dead in the smashup included Robert Cox, 54, and his wife, Vera, 52, of Haddam, Kan. Also killed were Dorothy Kettelhut, 55, Fatrbury, Neb., and George Kettelhut, 68, Bryan, Neb. The collision left a surviving .spouse of each of the Kettelhut victims m critical condition at a Miles City hospital. The patrol identified the injured as Anna Kettelhut, 64, Bryan, and Walter Kettelhut, 69, Fairbury. Custer County Coroner Dale M. Stevenson said the victims were from neighboring towns across the Kansas-Nebraska border. Stevenson said the victims all apparently were relatives. WASHINGTON CANNING; r BAFuITTS . Available Vow 14 LugCpecial ! Ask Your Grocer Schmidt, Lorene Larson. Janet Smith, Pam Young, Mem Jo Johnson, Nancy WTld, Patricia lehy, Kris Stork Blue Sheila Plummer, Karen Northwall, Terri Cartwright, Susan Quist, Christie Mead, Elizabeth Huk man. Amy Cuhrs, Denise Becker, De bbie Roberts, Mary Pille, Renee Neb ten. Lori Johnson, Pam Thompson, Kathy Combs, Ten Young Jensen Jennifer Smith, Kay Rasmus-sen, Virginia Dam Blue Sieve Brinson, Jerry Boa ney, Mike Btoemcr, Jayme Schuetcr. Becky Dein, Kim Bennett, Barbie Johnson, Jennie Mathisen Safety device Purple Jennie Mathisen Blue Janet Smith Child i are Toys forthildTtn Purple Cindy Deppertnan, Juanita Denison, Tara Kloster, Suzan Rasmussen, Mindy Rutland, Connie Lut-ke, Christi Mead, Debbie kiu-gerald Blue Carol Schmidt, Domicile Kremke. Shelly Miller, Jolene Novak, Marilyn Meier, Janet Carlson, Shan Stork Photography Purple Cindy Mohr Tammy Bon ney, Christie Holder. Ruth Peterson, Monica and Rita Magers, Robyn Peterson, F ayann Short, Rhonda Mes-serschmidt Blue Pam Melotz, Betty and Bon me Satsbury, Pam Kirby, Debbie Moseman, Becky Dein, Timmy Smith, Connie Hagerbaumer, Kira thump son, Susie Smith, Joan Wilson Know your hern aye Purple Kay Johnson, Karen Northwall Blue Becky Dein. Do your own thing Purple Celeste Hutton, Debbie Fitzgerald, Juli Jorgensen. Kris, Stork, Julene Lippincott, Linda Johnson, C'hariAse Hutton Blue Patty Cam, Karen Wolf, De bbie Moseman, Cindy Laaker, Amy Champ, l.mda Mengedoht, Tammy Hutton, Susan Sperling Patricia Garnber, Shan Stork, Karen North wall, Jill Rasmussen, Joanna Simp ton, Rhonda Messei sthinidt, Thersa Wolf Fa nn -produced foods lo bo in short supply WASHINGInN (AP) "ihe glimmer-than-ample sup-Agrtculture Department sajs plies, other words or combina-consumers can expect "abun- nons were used, including, dant" walnuts next month but more than adequate, fully that most other farm- adequate, adequate, gener- Wednesday August 21, 1974, Fremont Tribune -3 WELCOME TO THE " i swranrj eemrjtrv produced foods will not be so plentiful In USDA parlance, abundant' means plentiful and tight" means barely adequate to meet consumer demands. The terms, and others to denote various supply levels in between, were used today in a food marketing alert" report for September. Meat suppliers next month were described less graphically The prospective beef on retail shelves was said to be "moderately above" September, 1973, while pork supplies "should exceed year-earlier rates, the report said. No mention of prices la . made m the monthly alerts sent to large-volume food buyers such as schools, hospitals and other institutions. The report also goes to media food editors, and officials say it is intended only as a tip on commodity supplies. One of the most common quantitative terms in the report for September w as "ample or a variation of the word. Bartlett pears and apples will be in ample supply, it said. But "ample means only the supply w ill be . less than abundant, less than plentiful, and even less than heavy. WhethtMrejvirt referred to ally adequate, and tight. The "adequate designation, for example, means there will be no shortage of a product and that consumers will have enough to meet demands. Other examples of the reports language include F.luid milk, butter, cheese, and nonfat dry milk supplies should be adequate. IM WEST POINT, AUGUST 22-25 We Invite You To Stop' In And Visit Our Booth And Meet Our Staff - - -THE NO. 1 IINDSAY TEAM SELLING, RENTING. & SERVICING NO. 1 WATER SOFTENER PRODUCTS! More Security With FALSE TEETH While Eating, Talking Afraid fake tetfc will drop at the throng Inn A ih niureadheawcaii Help f AiiTbE I'H I'dwiii'f (tveg dent urea a longer, firmer wtradier feuid U hy fw e-mharraswevT i metre aecurti and romforl u fAS-T I' LI if lhniure Adhesive Iowdef. iVfMurr I hat tM are fvwnotl to fcaaitb uur denual regularly. TDt EtefoirasGsa BUsdaO Aug. 2.7-29 WcrUscfgJwi r Nebraskans, come to Worlds of Fun, August 17 through 29th. You II save $1 on every regular Passporgtidtlet purchased at the gate. The coupon below can save you many dollars Visit now, while the daily summer schedule isntill in effect Come during the Nebraska Specialnd enjoy, over 60 rides, shows antf attractions forone Passport price Regular price adults $6 50, children'll) $5 50, under 3 free. Open daily 10 Jp 10. Exit 54 off 1-435, twelve minutes northeast of f dcJAntoyzn Kansas City, Missouri, (816)454-4545. if an. I Save dollars on Passport I tickets with this coupon. I We Offer You More: Fashion! Savings! Quality! REMNANTS SPECIALS EVERY MONDAY 4 on mi ni;: LINDSAY SQirriTJAirECQ i j GOOD Thru Saturday Just Arrived . . . This entitles you to $1 off the regular price of each Passport purchased at the gate August 17-29, 1974. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. Dept. FR8 i Worlds of tutt X PRICES GOOD AUGUST 22-23-24 MACS FOOD CENTER We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities 1540 Military Weekdays 8-8 Sunday 9-6 Shurfine peas 395c 16 oz. Can Keebler Red Tag Sale KEEBLER COOKIES Reg. 69c Idaho RUSSET POTATOES TO LB. BAG 05 1. COUPON f(fj Gold Medal FLOUR 10 Lbs. $1.45 With This Coupon Good at Mac's Thru Toes., Aug. 27 immMMMim Bakers CHOCOLATE CHIPS 12 oz 55C Pledge -- A FURNITURE POLISH Regular or lemon 99C Shurfresh DONUTS Pkg 49C GREEN PEPPERS Ea i0c CANTALOUPE - CALIFORNIA LG. Ea !..Z39c Gorton's m FROZEN OCEAN PERCH 1 LB 69C Farmland A BACON END & PIECES 3 lb Box 99C U S D. A. CHOICE , ,0 FULL CUT ROUND STEAK lb : 3V Monotones o Geometries o Florals r o Hounds Tooth Checks o Plaids! Your Choice of Fashion Colors Red Navy Camel Burgundy Green Blue Gold Mint Rust Brown All 1st Quality o All on Full Bolts! Save over on new season fabrics Easycare 100 polyester; 60 W Wrinkle-free, no pressing ever F Simply machine wash, dry and go f Transitional colors, patterns j J Calico 'n PATCHWORK Coordinates For Tops and Skirts 100 cotton or cottonrayon Easy-care, washable fabrics 44-45 wide; young colors ONE LOW PRICE RIBLESS CORDUROY All New for Fall Great Color Choice Machine washable 100 cotton Wide selection solid colors , 45 W; for pants, blazers Reg. $2.69 yd. NOW Weekdays 10 AM -9 PM SATURDAYS 10 AM -6 PM SUNDAYS 1 PM -5 PM . FREMONT MALL r SankAmericaao

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