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San Miguel Basin Forum, Thursday, July 22, 1999 . 7 Fashion Revue Top Winners: (left to right) Randi Albanese, Intermediate Reserve Champion; Doylenn Enstrom, Intermediate Grand Champion; Anita Albanese, Junior Reserve Champion; Ginger Hutt, Top Junior Girl; Westen Enstrom, Junior Grand Champion; and Carolyn Houser, Senior Grand Champion. Grand Champion - Grand Champion - Anita AIbanese Doylenn Enstrom Carolyn Houser Int. Grand Champion - Randi Albanese Unit 22 Overall Top Winners: Int. Reserve Champion - Grand Champion - Jr. Grand Champion - Doylenn Enstrom Carolyn Houser Samantha Oliver Sr. Grand Champion - Jr. Reserve Champion - Carolyn Houser Dec Your Duds Pictured: Carolyn Houser Your Duds winning outfit. The 1999 San Miguel Basin Fair Fashion Revue and Clothing Construction results are as follows: Fashion Revue: Jr. Grand Champion - Westen Enstrom lrl Jr. Reserve Champion - Anita Albanese Top Jr. - Ginger Hutt Red Ribbon - Samantha Oliver Red Ribbon - Nellie Cluff Int. Grand Champion - Doylenn Enstrom Int. Reserve Champion - Randi Albanese Red Ribbon - Heather Cluff Sr. Grand Champion Carolyn Houser Dec Your Duds - looks sharp in her Dec Carolyn Houser Clothing Construction Unit1 Grand Champion - Samantha Oliver Reserve Champion - Randi Albanese Top Jr. - Westen Enstrom Blue - Ginger Hutt Red - Nellie Cluff Red - Heather Cluff Red - Lilia Colter Brady Albanese Unit2 Grand Champion - Anita Albanese Unit3 Letter: Montrose County is Active To the Citizens of Nucla - Office of not doing their part in Naturita: the search. Many people in this area are Let me ask you this: Who concerned with the well-being has searched and investigated of Mr. Dale Williams, myself many locations on leads and included. Ever since his disap- rumors that could have caused pearance, rumors have been fly- bodily injuries to personnel due ing as to the whereabouts of to hazardous conditions? Who Dale. Many have accused the has spent countless hours of Montrose County Sheriff's their own time to help find Announcement Devyn Lee VanHook Aimee and Skylar VanHook are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Devyn Lee VanHook. Devyn was born July 9, 1999, in Twenty Nine Palms, California, where Skylar is sta- tioned in the U.S. Marine Corps. She weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces, and was 19 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Duane and Sharon Johannsen, of Nucla. Maternal great grandparents are Earl and Ruthann Douglas, of Delta, and Edna Johannsen, of Nucla, and the late Ed Johannsen. Maternal great, great grandmother is Ruth Evans, of Norwood. Paternal grandparents are William and Donna VanHook and Cheryl Cox, of California. Paternal great grandparents are Jim and Ruby Cox and Frieda VanHook, also of California. Devyn is also welcomed to the family by two uncles, Josh Johannsen and Jesse VanHook. in Williams Case D[lle? Montrose County. I know that I have never felt the pain like the Williams fami- ly is feeling right now, but trust me, everybody is doing every- thing in their power to find Dale. And until Dale is found, we will continue to search for him. But until then, please don't blame Montrose County because he hasn't been found. I send my deepest condo- lences to the Williams family. Sincerely, Ashley L. McClellan Assoc. Annual Picnic The West End Live Stock Association announces their annual picnic August 1 at Columbine Camp Grounds beginning at high noon. The cattlemen will supply the meat and drinks. Families are asked to bring a covered dish and service. /