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July 25, 1968     San Miguel Basin Forum
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July 25, 1968

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I i FOKM, Thurld, July 25, li, Pale i i .i i .... ,o,woo, -i School to he hlId at Mont- roe August 3-4. L_ NEWSNOTES ..J The Pin Cushion Po00ers 4-H Club will meet J.uly 29 to complete pla ns  for a Mother's Tea vhich has been Denise Conn and Susan set for .APugust 5 at Norwood. Bowker attended Youth Camp Mrs Joseph Boo&er is leader on Grand Mesa this summerk of the club; Juanita Conley and Bill Booker worked during the .Mr and Mrs. William Bray three weeks of Youth Camp enttmhed her sister's 4-1,1 on Grand Mesa in July. club from Montrose at their Lone Cone Camp this month. The Norwood Community Mrs, Clyde Miller, Jr, and Methodist Chu rch plans to her GoLlrmet Girls 4-H Club senda team of one youth and members wh o enjoyed the one adult to A N ew Day for hospita:lity were Marsha Mil, Youth MesaSub-District Lab- ler,Wilma Heald, Lets Vance, II I f 111 NORWOODtS IWT BUSTN,SS Al's Repair Service Phone 327-4293 Sunsuit Street Behind Norwood Fin 11 GENERAL REPAIRING AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION WOBK LIGHT AND HEAVY-DUTY EQEIPMENT -WELDING- our SERVICE is SPECIAL every time you call 327-4536 Day or Night NORWOOD TRUCK I.INE, INC. BANK NOTES .......... by Malcolm 'rklE NATIVEa::J OF ST. JON,VCRGIM N , ARE 5AVIJ6 FO A SUNNY DAY. THE FgLAND; POPULATN F3 987..,AND 980 OF THEA NAVF.. PRONALVING'-- ACCOUNTS IN A NEw YORK NK'; BRANCH OFFICE THE. ' STATE lANK  , i ,, Veda Cornforth, Jane and Joan Hast, Linch Smith and two other guests, Gloria Su- arian and Mrs. Fred Ca;rlson, mother of Mrs. Bra y and Mrs. Miller .Mrs. Netl Snyder reports the arHvalofa new grandson, the second child and second son of her daughter Violet. Frances Snyder has been visiting her sister and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. J DAn Serva of Wilson,. North Crolina, during the arrival of their son, Michael Neal, born July 16. Junior and senior lifesav- ing classes are being held fro 7:10 each evening at the Uravan Pool through July 31. The group leaves Norwood at 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Felt- enbarger and fa mi ly were in the area to visit relatives including her brother and family, the Kehh Hoveys The Fehenbargers rs liveln Salt Lake C_./ty but were for- mer residents of this area. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Til]mon Reed of Norwood have been her niece and nephew Kitty and Bud McDaniel of Pueblo, who left last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. J. OJ Hatfield report that their son Don is nov in Vietnam. They have had many visitors this month including Mr and Mrs. Larry Hatfield and baby from Los Angeles; Mr and Mrs Joe Hatfield and daughter from Downey, California, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Michaels', La Junta and Mr, and Mrs..Glen CoI--. son of Denver Extension Agent and Mrs. Bill Raley and fa rally vii1 at- tend the San Juan Basin Sub- District Extension picnic Saturday, July 27, at Windy Gap in Montezuma County. I OPEN FAIR SET The 1968 San Miguel Basin Fr and Rodeo,, August 9"11, vii1 be everyone's fair, or a ,family affair" since there will be something ; for the whole hmily. This year both 4-I-1 and Open Fair exhibits will be featured and all San Miguel Basin residents a:re invited to exhibit. Extension Agent Bill Raley has announced that all en- tries for both the 4-H Divi- Sion must be entered from 1-6 p.m. Thursday, August 8, at the Norwood School. No entries, other than livestock rill be a:ccepted after that dar te. Members of the Shepherds of Ajyoes 4"I-1 Sheep Club at Norwood, Mrs.. Neal Snyder, leader held a cleanup day last week in the area. "lhey cleaned up bottles, paper and other trash on a 11 the county roads in the area east of Norwood and glong the main road east of Norwood. Mem- bers who ok part in the workday were Danny Shaffer, Lonni Snyder,, Shannon Cline, Clemence Young, Sheldon C/ine, Shawn C.line, Clinton Snyder, LeRoy Cornforth, Bill Cornforth, Terra Snyder and Shells Cllne2 The Redvale members of the club plan to do the Redvale area. The Mud Daubers I Cer = amirs Club me t at the Sun- shlneCenter Ceramics with leader Mrs. Herman Booth. Glenda Schwab is president and Terry Scarbrough is sec- retary. The group worked on beads at the last meeting. The Redvale 4-1"1 Cookbook Curies met at the home of leader Mrs. Gale Rsgsdale to l:tan the Demonstration Contest. II I I I III WE NEED GOOD USED TRADE-INS ON NEW JEEPS: Phone 327-4414 NORWOOD, COLO. I I Highlighting the San Mi- guel Basin new type of fair this year w 'ill be the addi- tional feature of a special art show v ith prize money and Best of Show award, The art show will be judged by Richard Wag net, Telluarlde artist.. The Open Fair for adults thisyearvili include classes in fruits sad vegetables flowers, canned goods, baked goods;, needle Wel  and "Fancy work, knltti field crops and booth comp.- tition. A charge of 25 per entry wilI be made to help pay expenses for the awards and judging in the Open Fair. If interest is shown, there will also be classesin beef, sheep and horses in the new Open Fair this year. The Open F air is for all adults in the San Miguel Ba-- sin and details for enteriog wiI1 be printed in the San Miguel Basin Fair premium books along with devils for the 4-}1.exhibits. Premium books will be available after July 26 at the County Exten- sion office in Norwood, Sher- idan Hotel in TeHudde,,Nat-- uarita Sales, , Natu,;ta, and Nucla Pharmacy N,,dll, All 4-H members will receive their books i m the mail a's usual; HELP FOR VETERANS AVAILABLE During 1968, over 850,000 men and v o men villleave military service. These veterans are eligible tore- reave certain training and schooling, including on farm training. If any veteran has trouble getting Iined up on this matter they can contact the San Miguel Technical Action Panel through any 1o.* cal government agency in this area or address inquiries to San Miguel County T.A.P., c/o Soil Conservation Sen.: vice, P. O. Box 425 Nor- wood, John A. Wire, Chair- man APPLIANCE I III I IIIUI Check our I BARGAIN TAB I 20% OFF on small electrical appliances NOW l WILLIAMS, INC. Naturita K(