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PAGE 6 CONDON GLOBE-TIMES SEPTEMBER 20, 1974 Fair 4-H Winners and Rodeo Results Rene Monahan's steer was named Grand Champion at the Gillinm Coun Fair. This is the sixth time that Miss Monahan has exhihit- ed a grand champion market steer. Rene was also named Grand Champion Showman. (Gllllam photo) Following are the results of the Jackpot Rodeos held in con- junction with the Gilliam County Fair September 7 and 8: SATURDAY BAREBACK: Dave Wade, lst; Alan Lathrop and Larry Smith, split 2nd and 3rd; Tom Ward and Rick Henrickson, split 4tl, SADDLE [RONC: No scores, money was split on the ground between Roger Johnson, Tom Bare, Craig Pat-tee and Kevin Johnson. BURRO RACE: Craig Pattee, 1st; Dave Wade, 2nd. STEER DEDECORATING: Cindy Doughert) Ist; Rhonda Erick- sen, 2nd; Dianne Karl, 3rd. JUNIOR BARREL RACING: Maureen Healy, 1st; Rhonda Ericksen, 2nd; Beidi Johnson, 3rd; and Kate IWans, 4tho SENIOR 3ARREL RACING: Rene Woodcock, lst; Mary Healy, 2nd; Janet Kasch and Dianne Karl split 3rd and 4th. TEAM gPING: Dave Inma% Claude Inman, lst; Kirk Leo- nard, Darrel Ross, 2nd; Mike Beers, Tom Norton, 3rd; and Tom Alford, Duane Fulps, 4th. CALF ROPIN Jerry Gentry, lst; Darrel Ross, 2nd; Claude Innum, 3rd; and Don Anderson, 4th. BULLDOGGIN Jeff Palmer, 1st. SUNDAY BAREBACK: Alan Lathrop, Cra}g Be:.:s, 2nd; Dusty gel, 3rd; Larry Barney, BRONC RIDING: Roger 1st; Craig Pat-tee, 2nd BURRO RACE: Mrk lst; Jack Halt, 2nd; Adams, 3rd. CALF ROPING: Chuck Ist, an Lane, 2nd; Beers, 3rd; Duane 4tho BULLDOGGING: John 1st. TEAM ROPING: Ray Larry Sagers, 1st; Ben John Rohden, 2nd; Tom ton, Jacky Beers, 3rd; Inman, Dave Inman, 4th. COW M. LKING: day -- Mike Beers, 1st; Anderson, 2nd; Tom 3rd; Duane Johnson, 4th. ST :ER D.DECORATING: Rattray and Michelle lit Ist and 2nd; Rita sen, 3rd; Kathy Johnson, JUNIOR BARREL Maureen Healy, 1st; Jana gal, 2nd; Rhonda Erickserb Dawn Peterson, 4th. SENIOR BARREL RAI Kasch and Joan 1st and 2nd; Donita Patti McColn and Diane split 3rd and 4th. This year's 4-H home econo- mics department featured a large number of entries in the baking contest. Six junior 4-H foods project members eompetedinthe Junior Baking Contest, baking cookies and muffins. The com. potitors wereCathi Burns, Lm-I Grtffitb, Judy Haneen, Amy he and Judy Holt. Five intermediate girls -- Thirza Sayder, Lisa Grifflth, Tami Anderson, elly Bare and Jaui West -- competed in foods oonteats and received b 1 u e awards. These intermediate con- tests included Muffin Baking and Luncheon Salad or Sandwich. In the senior yeast baking con- test, Marie Rtetmaml and Wendy West both received blue ribbons. The girls who participate in these baking contests are eligible for man of the special Gilliam County Fair awards sponanredby local county organizations who support the 4-H youth program. The Oreeon Wheat Commission Bsid Award. a cash award. was presented to Intermediate Baking Champlo Lisa Griffilt, and the Senior Baking hwardwas presented to Marie Rietmmm. The Oregon Wheat League and Wheathearts Awards. given to Irtieimts who use wheat pro. deers in their baked goods, Were presented to Am7 Pattee, Junior; Thirza Snyder, Intermediate; and Wendy West, Senior. The Veda Webb Memorial Award was pre- sented by the Mayville Woments 'Club to Amy Pattee as Outstand. ing Foods Demonstrator. The CowBelles Award. a new award sponsored by the newly formed Gflllam County CowBeHe chap- ter, was presented to Tami An. derson who used beef in her hmcheon salad, The Loin A., Nels Award was presented to Wendy West, Olex, who was an' Yea00 Ba00ge00- testant, miums. Frank May, Leather- Other outstanding foods awards craft leader, sponsored special wore given to the Best Favorite awards to the top two Judges in Foods Exhibitor Holly West, who the junior and senior divisions. prepared a macaroni salad as Mike Cooney was high Judge and the main entree for her favorite Mike Neys was second Mgh in meal. The Hollen & Sons Award the junior Judging contest; Cathy was given to Jamie Haldorson McKinney was high judge and whose coffee cake was judged Jill Hoffman was second high an outstanding first or second in the Senior Leathorcraft Judg- year food exhibit. The Ball in8 contest. Bros. Award, consisting of can. The Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roger ning jars, jelly jars, and can- Record Book Award has two di- ning books) was presented to visions: a First Year Club Mere. Werly West and second prize bor Award, which was presented was awarded to Janiee Steinke. The special Dave Cottmire Memorial Award given to an out. standing first or second year sewing exhibitor was won by Cheri Gr'dfith of Arlington. There are two awards given to outstanding 4-H/home eeono. mies participants. The County Fair 4-4t Summer School Schol- arship Is awarded to the out. standing exhibitor undthlsyear's winner was Tami Anderson. The 4-H Homemaker of the Year Award. sponsored by the Gilliam County Farm Bureau, is based on cumulative points earned in home economies exhibits and teats. Wendy West was named wiunor, with Mary Neys 8eeond and Tamt Anderson third. There are three awards spon. sored in the 4-H leathereraft department. The first or second year lethereraft exhibitor Is eli- gible to receive Murray's Con. don Pharmacy Award and this yearP winner was Ann Burns. Loretta Wagenaar was awarded the Jamieeon and Marshall Out-, standing Original Lesthercratt Exhibitor Award. A new Leath- ereraft Judging eontest wan added' to this year's fair several weeks' before the fair. leath.- ercraft project members partL., cipated and will be paid pre. to Brian West for the best first year member's record book; and a Summer School Scholarshipw which was awarded to Nell Mik. halo for the best agrieulha record book. The P e t e Pattee Memorial Awards, established for the pur- pose of recognizing outstanding achievement in the 4.4t club pro. gram, consisted this year of one hundred dollar scholarships pre- sented to boththe outstanding girl and the outstanding boy. The award requiredthat those wishing to oompete submit their books and he present for views by a team of Marie Rietmaun was this year's Girl Craig Pattee was standing Boy. Marie was also chosen as the ing 4-Her in Gllliam received a rotating trophy. :ii!i This Suffolk Lamb, shown by Ted Proctor, was Judged Champion in the sheep division. This is the second . has exhibited a grand champion lamb. (Gilliam photo)