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JULY 15th -21st IES-- March 21/April 20 life and domestic relationships more to your liking now. Those who Will be away from home at time will have no need to fear that zing will go wrong in your ab- SCORPIO --- October 24/Nov. 22 You'll be taking an increasingly optimis- tic view of things. Both home and work- ing life show promising indications and something rather nice may be going on behind your back! Be on the alert for opportunities to move in larger circles. ,pril 21/May 21 not paying more than the ,al number of visits to relatives dur- next few days you'll be happy receive more fam'ily visitors than for they will bring positive en- life. You will become more involved in local adding to your prestige and among neighbors. --- May 22/June 21 seldom hard for you to come by your versatility and inclination )read your net wide makes it pos- to de so from various sources be adding to cherished posses- )ns, but be careful of over-spending. :ER -- June 22/July 22 m your best interest to bow to or even the demands of as- Midweek will certain y be the )st favorable period for you. If you and unwind in a friend y meet ng r. probably receive a generous of- :3/August 23 SAGITTARIUS--- Nov. 23/Dec. 23 Cosmic energies work out to your benefit in regard to joint financial com- mitments, so the more you pool your financial re.sources with those of your partner, the better for both of you. With expenses much less of a problem, you'll be able to build up more savings; you'll find, too, that any dividends due to come from stocks and shares will be better than expected. CAPRICORN -- Dec. 24/Jan. 20 Romance and marriage benefit; the possibilities are endless. All forms of partnership will be reinforced with in- creased harmony between you and the people with whom you are most closely involved. This is a good week for just about anything! AQUARIUS m January 21/Feb. 18 Recently you may have been wonder- ing what was going on; this week many situations will be clarified. Your solar chart is much more harmonious -- this could mean that you'll have less to at- tend to and problems may be solved. show that you'll PISCES -- February 19/March 20 to worry about concerning .1 conditions Hold yourselfYou must be unique among people ;s to carry out changes, for born under your sign if you are not ro- are now on the verge of being mantic. You will be in the right place at do so. the right time -- that special person could enter into your life. There will be a partic ular/y spiritual as well as gust 24/Sept. 22 warmhearted trend to affairs of the will probably be less doing in heart. surroundings now your mind be all the mot'e at peace way things are working out YOUR BIRTHDAY careem4se and with no pres- THIS WEEK that area yo'u'll be able to makeThe next 12 months ~st of what adds luster to what Recently it seems as if you've been in doing for pleasure, limbo waiting for something to happen. You've been swinging from moods of September 23, Oct. 23 happiness to moods of depression able to capitalize more on What you have learned and experi- ,arm; it could carry you a long enced over the past few years will be a .Sad, careerwise. If, like so big help to you in the future. Never the nature of your work again must you let others dictate how a good deal of recognition, you live, you should be the only one to to be showered with the decide. Irs time to take charge of your asts. life. Fifty Pets Compete e Nearly fifty pet owners of all ages participated in Pet-Tacular 1990, a just-for-fun pet show, at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medi- cine Athletic Field. The event, spon- sored by the Greenbrier County Humane Society, was held June t0 under mostly sunny skies. The afternoon began with "Open- ing Ceremonies" which included raising the Pet-Tacular 1990 Banner and the introduction of Grand Champion '89, Wendy Igo and her Collie, "Sunny." "Pets on Parade" was next on the program, giving the judges and spectators a preview of all the con- testants. Master of Ceremonies, Mike Kidd (WRON Radio), introduced the pets while they were shown by the proud owners during Individual Competi- tion. Pets were judged in various cate- gories including the Stuffed Animals Category, the Special Best Dressed Category and the Prestigious Crowd Pleaser Award for the pet receiving the most applause. Prize drawings were held while the judges were finalizing their deci- sions. Judges for the event were Krista Sebert, vice president of the Fairlea Trail Blazers 4-H Club, Jen- nifer Grim, president of the Calvary United Methodist Youth Group, and Rene Patton, a student at Marshall University. Medals, trophies, and ribbons, awarded to the winners of the Pet- Tacular 1990 included: In the DOGS category: Gold Medal "Max," owned by Lula Murphy; Silver Medal "Bo Jangles," owned by Paula Mann; Bronze Medal "Shannon," owned by Liz Wickline; Best Behaved "Misty Dawn," owned by Paula Mann; Best Groomed "Luke," owned by De~a Baker. Honorable Mentions went to "Cassie," owned by John Church, "Sampson," owned by A)yson Pierce, "Sinbad," owned by Melva "Treasures" (hermit crab), owned by Zach Schultz; Bronze Medal "Fire- belly" (newt), owned by Ben Schultz; Most Colorful "Gorgo" (crayfish), owned by Cory Igo. In the FEATHERED FRIENDS category: Gold Medal "Roscoe" (co- chin rooster), owned by Dreama Ward. In the UNUSUAL AND EXOTIC PETS category: Gold Medal "Ugly Duckling" (carved from an apple); Silver Medal "Squeaky Mouse" (carved from a pear); and Bronze Medal "Porky Pig" (made from a lemon) all owned and shown by Alyson Pierce. In the FARM ANIMALS category: Gold Medal "Dorrie Doreen" (goat), owned by Virginia Slayton. In the STUFFED ANIMALS cate- gory: Gold Medal "Punky Poodle," owned by Rose Defibaugh; Silver Medal "Tawney," owned by Jennifer Runyan; Bronze Medal "Odie," owned by Brandy Seldomridge; Largest "Teddy," owned by Erica Mayhew; Most unusual "Punky Poodle," owned by Rose Difibaugh. In the BEST DRESSED competi- tion: First Place "Zsante" (Party Poodle), shown by Lori Seldom- ridge; Second Place "Shannon" (Comanche Collie), shown by Liz Wickline; and Third Place "Nik" (Rambo Wolfhound), shown by Tammy Mounts. The PRESTIGIOUS CROWD PLEASER AWARD went to Lori Sel- domridge and her poodle, "Zsante." The GRAND CHAMPION of Pet- Tacular 1980 was "Max" a three- year-old Shih Tzu, owned by Lula Murphy. As well as his trophy, "Max" will receive a free portrait setting, courtesy of Camera One Studio, White Sulphur Springs. Pet show committee members include Eleanor Herkness, Vickie Quick, Elizabeth Wiseman, Nancy Richmond (registration), Virginia Slayton (line-up assistant), Sandy Beasley (photographer), Rodney The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, July 12, 1990 5B Antique Autos Shown Locally: Entries From Three States The Greenbrier Valley Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America held its Fourteenth Annual Antique Car Show and Flea market June 9 at the West Virginia State Fairgrounds in Fairlea. This year's show featured 83 entries, representing Ohio, Virginia, and West Virginia. The parade of cars traveled through Fairlea and Ronceverte during the afternoon. Door prizes were awarded to participants in the show. Special awards were given to the Oldest Car and Highest Point Car. Howard and Glenna Johnson of Ronceverte received the award for Oldest Car with their entry of a 1918 Buick. The Highest Point Car award went to Earl K. Higgins of Clifton Forge, for his 1957 Chevrolet. Here is a list of trophy winners in each class: Class 1 --All Cars Except "T" Fords (1900-1919) 1st- William T. Melton, Jr, Bremo Bluff, Virginia -- 1919 Buick 2nd -- Howard and Glenna Johnson, Ronceverte -- 1918 Buick Class 2 -- Brass "T" Ford (1909-1916) No Entries Class 3 -- Ford "T" (Open and Closed) 1917.-1927 1st -- Roy K Reid, Jr, Eagle Rock, Virginia -- 1927 Ford T Class 4 -- Model "A" Fords (Open) 1928-1931 1st- Bud Willis, Mr. Nebo,- 1931 Ford 2nd --Jim Brumfield, Christiansburg, Virginia -- 1929 Ford Class 5 -- Model "A" Fords (Coupes) 1928-1931 1 st- Lawrence Ray Shelor, Christiansburg, Virginia -- 1928 Ford 2nd --Arnold Poff, Christiansburg, Virginia- 1929 Ford 3rd- Jack Hedrick, Cottageville -- 1930 Ford Class 6 -- Model "A" Fords (Sedans) 1928-1931 1 st -- Mike Quick, Frankford -- 1929 Ford 2nd- Allen Slaydon, Salem, Virginia -- 1931 Ford 3rd- Roy Cole, Pilot, Virginia- 1931 Ford Class 7 -- Early Production Cars (Except Ford) t 920-1930 1 st -- Jim Cannon, Fayetteville -- 1929 Lincoln 2nd -- Jimmy McLaughlin, Buckeye -- 1928 Whippet Class 8 -- All Cars (Open and Closed) 1931-1938 1st--- R K Higgins, Clifton Forge, Virginia -- 1932 Chevrolet 2nd -- Bob Harman, Radford, Virginia -- 1937 Chevrolet 3rd -- TIE -- Wilmer Walker, Radford, Virginia -- 1937 Pontiac and James Painter, Waynesboro, Virginia -- 1937 Chevrolet Class 9- All Cars (Open and Closed) 1939-1948 1st- Jim Coiner, Princeton -- 1948 Studebaker 2nd -- Paul Boggs, Caldwell -- 1941 Buick 3rd- Gerald Burks, Covington, Virginia -- 1948 Buick Class 10 -- All Cars (Open and Closed) 1949-1954 1st--- M L. Shull, Clifton Forge, Virginia -- 1954 Mercury 2nd -- Charles Dobbins, Hinton -- 1951 Chevrolet Class 11 -- All Cars (Open and Closed) 1955-1957 l st- Earl Higgins. Clifton Forge, Virginia--- 1957 Chevrolet 2nd -- David Ward, Daleville, Virginia -- 1957 Chevrolet 3rd -- James V. Coste, Lewisburg -- 1956 Packard Class 12 -- All Cars (Open and Closed) 1958-1961 tat- Benjamin Beale, Hot Springs, Virginia- 1958 Chevrolet 2nd -- TIE -- Lee Austin, Rainelle -- 1960 Corvair, Bess Rose, Fairlea -- 1960 Oldsmobile 3rd- French Fisher, Iron Gate, Virginia- 1959 Oldsmobile Cias-: 13 -- All Cars (Open and Closed) 1962~1965 I st -- Addle and Harry Rudder, Bland, Virginia -- 1964 Chevrolet 2nd -- Jerry Campbell, Lewisburg -~ 1962 Chrysler Imperial 3rd -- Karen Goodall, Ronceverte -- 1963 Ford Falcon Class 14 -- Utility Vehicles (to 1/2 ton) Thru 1942 No Entries Class 15 -- Utility Vehicles (to 1/2 ton) 1943-1965 1 st -- Aden Bryant, Fairlea -- 1963 Ford 2nd -- Horace Cooke, Jr, Covington, Virginia -- 1946 Chevrolet 3rd -- TIE -- Steven Bennett, Quinwood -- 1952 Chevrolet and Buck Thompson, Union -- 1954 Ford per sheet Many Other Styles Also Available See Us For All Your Decorating Needs. 209 W. Washington Street Lewisburg, W.Va. 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Ta-Class16-- Commercial Vehicles (Including Fire Trucks) Thrut965 -Elrm.ersDurg Homecoming Jane Honaker. nyia Montie (lead-out attendant), 1st--Doug Honaker, Lewisburg-- 1925 Ford TT April Crowe, Linda Vincent (soft 2nd -- Robert Wallace, Clintonville--1928 NashAmbulance In the CATS category: Gold drink stand), AI Portorti, George 3rd-- Ward Bennett, Summersville--1941 Chevrolet largest display of arts and "Everyone's favorite, the Christ- Medal "Oliver," owned by Peggy Wise (set-up and tear-down), and Class 17--Classic Cars (a.A.C.A. Specified) 1 st- Delbert Kerns, Covington, Virginia-- 1937 Packard West Virginia will be held mas crafts, attracts a large crowd. Shafer; Silver Medal "Blondie," Diane Sutton-Wise (chairman). 2rid--Paul Boggs, Caldwell- 1954 Buick 3rd- Charles Cook, Chadeston -- 1949 Bentley ~. 17, 18 and 19 at the Park- Travelers at the Homecoming Festi- owned by Jessica Rozniak; Bronze Photographs of Pet-Tacular 1990 Class 18-- Corvettes 1953-1965 (Open and Closed) ~burg Homecoming' Festival, ac-val always want to take somethingMedal "Snuggles," owned by Liz may be purchased at Fast Foto in No Entries ~'.}raing to fest val promoters, back to remind them of their visit to Winslow; Furriest "Prince Tut," Fairlea for 35 cents per print. TheClass 19-- "T" Birds 1955-1957 (Open and Closed) )stival has grown by leaps and West Virginia. A Christmas gift or owned by Haven Eggleston. Honor- video will be available also at Fast 1st-- Buck Morgan, Covington, Virginia -- 1957 T-Bird "The Parkersburg Homecom ng decoration will remind them of the able Mentions went to "Poot," Foto ($t0) until August 31. Pro- Class 20--Mustangs 1965 1st --- Buddy Young, Covington, V rg n a ~- 1965 Mustang over the past four years," state for years to come," empha- owned by Alyson Pierce, "Baby,"ceeds from the event and the video 2nd-- Bill Robinson, Lewisburg -- 1965 Mustang George Kellenberger, sized Pam Salisbury, coSrdinator of owned by Amy Markam, and "OI- will go to the Greenbrier County 3rd--Kevin McClung, Lewisburg- 1965 Mustang ecoming President. "The festi- the Arts and Crafts display foriver,"owned by Peggy Shafer. Humane Society which thanks the Class 21- Motorcycles--Thru 1965 t st -- George Holman, Syracuse, Ohio -- 1948 Indian a crowd of over 100,000 Homecoming 1990 "Hand-sewn In the AQUAR UM ANIMALS area merchants for their donations 2nd -- John Perry, Fort Spring -- Harley Davidson WLA annually This year, crowd quilts are one of the most popular cate o Gold Medal "Iv " turtle and all the contestants for their par- 3rd--David Lee Jones, Talcott--1952 Sears tlmates are expectedto increase g ry" Y ( )' - .... Entrants in Class 22 (Unrestored Vehicles) and Class 23 (Miscellane- tlclpatlon ~imendously. We have several ex- items that out-of-the-state visitors owned by Wendy Igor Silver Medal ous) were not judged for trophies but received a special ribbon for their take back home to give as gifts dur- ng enhancements to our three- ing the holiday season." entries. lYfestival- Local artists will also have a large Carol Hall's 'Only The Tango' The members of Greenbrier Valley Region A.A.C.A. would like to exlend their appreciation to the merchants who helped make the show possible, to ( ne of the enhancements is the display of signed prints, as well as Is and crafts section of the festi- hand-painted porcelain dolls. ,K~I:;:II~-- Presented Las--bVedas J K. Rose for serving as emcee for the show, and to the entrants of the According to Pay Taylor, ap- The exhibit will be open Friday show for making it a success. 650 craftsmen are ex- evening beginning at 6 p m and will of Star Trek 1 to exhibit. Demonstrations .... " The Executive Committee of the William Shatner ( " ); ........... close ~unaay evemng at 9 p m t of Pc Pearl Bade Red Buttons, Editor for Board of Directors of Word - " Y; " ' I be held during the weekend For more information about the etry has chosen the Poem "Only the World of Poetry, Eddie-Lou Cole. If you like the Mountain Messenger in- line pottery, carving of wooden arts and craft show contact Pare Tanao" written by Carol Hall of Ms Hail notes she will be hon- Please thank our advertisers I on,~ weaving quilt ng and can- Salisbury at 428-3000. Deadline for Whte Su ohur Sor'inas from those ored as a "Golden Poet" and will re- na$ing, etc. . exhibitors wishing to display their submitted 'durina'the"past year, to Ceive a commemorative trophy and , I Wt'at makes this show different crafts is August 1. be eligible for apresentation at the certificate, m ::!:)m#m, differentthehundredsyouresttypescanisOfthedifferentimagineofuniquenesscreativewhatartsOfa Other events at the 1990 Park-annual three-day Poetry Convention The festivities will include a [j ILI~ELIVEGooD LIFE ersburg Homecoming Festival in- in Las Veaas in ~July Golden Poet's Parade, Golden Ban- people," clude free entertainment by country Th-- Ex .... :" e Committee con- quet, a Shakespsarean production, leap ~mmented Mrs Taylor "If you can music star Eddie Rabbit, the Her- ~;~, "~ ,~h~L'u~v ~V,,~,I =,"*nr" corn- "No Sun Shines Forever," and a l e I~agine the ideas from 650 talented .................. ~" ......... on~Ople, man Hermits, and Kathy Matthea as ,.~^,~; .... ~,-~,- ~:,,,--=" n,~b Hone. Poets for Peace"Balloonathon." ck well as other regional performers. ' ...................... =" r. , rg ,),"'~at,~ show this' is om o '~r Incl - g " g t be." Three nights of square dancing are I/ ' rson' uoed in the show will be wood scheduled, a parade, Miss Home- II e' V'//'%kl , INA NEW HOME OF YOUR OWN scr'rvers' basketweaverSceramics, hand-sewnqUilts'pot coming Pageant, Little Mr/Miss Con- | - LI,~;~q~) IE~v~V'~ ;,~"'Z~%,~ -~ .... t, -,l._~~Z~. s,I 10.~' animals, test, crew regatta, fireman's rodeo, II ~Y~t;~ -.,~t,'Iv ~ ~'S __.-~.:dles. trains, etchings, stained s ternwheeler races, tricycle/ II ~'~i~ ~.~.~.~l= A~ ~f,~'~-,l~=.~ ..... . ~~ i S, chestnut wood vases tole hotwheels race, pretty legs contest, | //l/]~]/Ip" r~--, ~..~___.ir ~..-'-~. ...~ _~ ninting,,tems,Victorianold fashionedand French coon: amateur talent competition, Mustang II 01~,~f" %~-~-"~ b toys, ano car show, Corvette care show, ski I =" - " ch ntedL ng t Mrs. Taylor,"One f nicest different at es. 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