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12A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 7, 1990 National Cutting Horse Day At J. M Farm Arena Here The Second Annual National Cutting Horse Association Day will be held June 9 at 25 selected loca- tions across the United States and Canada. The NCHA Day cutting horse competition in this area will be field at the J. M. Farm Arena (}o- cated 3 miles south of the State Fairgrounds) in Lewisburg, begin- ning at 9 a.m. The event is approved by the na- tional Cutting Horse Association and will feature cutters competing in nine different divisions for varying amounts of contestants and a total purse of over $150,000. Categories for this year's NCHA Day will include Professional, Non- professional and Youth, as welt as others which allows the cutters to compete against those of similar experience. The public is invited to this all-day event free of charge. Cutting horse competition is a test of the Western working horse. During a 2-1/2 minute time period, a horse and rider must separate a calf from the herd and keep it from re- turning. Each entry is judged on how actively a horse was chatlenaed bv The Messenger Brings You News IIIII I II II I I the calf cut, how the horse handled himself and what mistakes were made by either the horse or the rider. The NCHA, based in Fort Worth, Texas, has a membership of over 13,000 representing 49 states and 13 foreign countries. Over $17 mil- lion in prize money was awarded at more than 1,500 NCHA-approved cutting competitions during 1989. New Director Laura Philpot of Saint Louis has been hired as the new director of Wehtspring Artistry, a local co6pera- tive operating in Lewisburg. Ms Philphot replaces Lawra Conklin of Alderson in the top position at Well- spring. Ms Conktin continues her membership in the cooperative and has hand-crafted items for sale at the Lewisburg store. Ms Phitpot recently was em- ployed by Bush Creative Services in Saint Louis. She will assume her du- ties in Lewisburg June 11. The public is invited to visit Well- spring Artistry June 11 between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. for a welcome party given in Ms Phitpot's honor. Cookies and punch will be served. IIIIII West Virginia School Osteopathic Medicine Cholesterol Screening SATURDAY, JUNE 9 10:00 am till 2:00 pm M D~ --.--= M M M The cast of GVT's musical -- "Annie" Theater Summer Shows: 'Annie' Opens Season June By Susanna O. Pomeroy Business Manager "Leapin' Lizards!" Something wonderful is being planned for you right now at the Greenbrier Valley Theatre Barn, Lewisburg. Hang on to your heart because the orphans are out to steal it. From the touching opening strains of mu- sic, on through the hit song and dance, "It's A Hard knock Life," to the rousing finale, the entire cast of "Annie" pulls out all the stops! This homogeneous group, brought together under the skillful direction of Wayne Bowman, with Barbara Wygal, musical director, and Ginny Walls, choreographer, provides an evening of entertain- ment the whole family will heartily enjoy. The cast members shine forth in big musical production numbers such as "Hooverville," "I'm Gonna Like It Here," and "NYC." Crystal Lake as Annie is unfazed by Daddy Warbucks' power and in- fluence, while he is in awe of the power of a child's love. Appropriate adjectives to describe feature roles would be --- touching, Annie (Crystal lake); demure, Grace Ferrell ~Ramah Jones); hilarious, Ms Hanni- gan (Liz Lawson); and bombastic Daddy Warbucks (Mason Preston). A special bow(wow) goes to Annie's furry four-footed friend who provides a delightful added attrac- tion to the show. Fine performances in supporting roles are given by Eike Campbell | ON SELECTED MODELS 2.9% ON SELECTED MODELS || # 1989 PLYMOUTH ACCLAIM -Aura. AiR. 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Aft!" Flea & Farmer Mkt. June A Giant Atderson Flea and Farmer's Market is planned for Sat- urday, June 16 by the Alderson Renaissance Committee. Anyone interested is welcome to set up. Goods for sate may include pro- duce, household items, clothing, an- tiques. The market will be held on the Monroe County side of Alderson in the Historic District, near the old C & O Depot. Set up time is 8 a.m.; the fee is $2. The market is held in conjunction with the Alderson Bridge Festival, also scheduled for June 16. For information on setting up at the Giant Alderson Flea and Farmer's Market, please call 445- 7177 or 445-7059. Dandelion Festival Contest Results Dandelion Festival Prize Winners White Sulphur Springs Library Chevrolet Impala: Ann Cooley Old White Garden Club $500 Matching Grant for Fa9ade Improvement: The Vii- lage Motel Chamber of Commerce Golf Cart (do- nated by Dr Frank Collins): Elmer Tincher of Ronceverte Fire Department bicycles: Emmett Sulli- van and Thomas Hayes. Other Prizes Donated By All That Glitters Bowyer Electric & Appliance Service Electric Coal House Family Clothing & Shoes Family Dollar Mountaineer Guns Shamrock Restaurant Sisters Hobby Hut Southern Automotive Super Dollar Store Village Store White Springs Auto Bath - Granny Goose Village Motel White Sulphur Springs Nursery DS, Inc. The Black Bear Rehabilitation Hearings: June 26 West Virginia Rehabilitation Serv- ices will hold public hearings in Charleston and Clarksburg on the annual revision of its state plan for providing vocational rehabilitation and supported employment services to state residents who are disabled. Hearings will be held June 26 in Charleston from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at 515 Central Avenue, and in Clarksburg from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 153 West Main Street. State Rehabilitation Director John M. Panza said anyone attending a hearing may make a brief oral state- ment, but any comment intended for formal consideration must be sub- mitted in writing. Mr Panza said written comments may be submitted at the hearings or mailed to the Division of Rehabilita- tion Services, State Capitol, Char- leston 25305. "Mailed comments must be ,postmarked by June 22 and include the name, address, organ- izational affiliation (if any), and tele- phone number of the person com- menting," Mr Panza said. "In addition to comments specifi- cally regarding the state plan revi- sion, remarks about any aspect of the rehabilitation program or the needs of persons with disabilities also are welcome. Copies of the cur- rent state plan ~hd the proposed re- visions may be obtained by calling 766-4606," Mr Panza concluded. th'avy-duty lawn and gmden t~;wl,)s with all-st;ason w=rsatility M,~(h'l~ from 14 to 20 hp (diesel or ~as e~incs) }vl'O hooks up a variety of attachments to tackle all your t'hOl't'S ~peed, direction and i~q)lement controls are close at hand Ior easy operation Q~ Rt. 219 North Lewisburg, WV 497-2777 What2 You're Not A Bus Driver? 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