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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1988 13 GROV Buzzard 3 Mrs. Timothy friend, Dewey, June 31, and en- July 4th at on having a nice Buzzard and Jessica, Sunday, at Hotel Hershey. Rickard and and Jimmy morning for Mrs. Bren- and Amy, Mrs. Stevie, Angie Norma Smoot, spending Park. Mr. and Jerry Mrs. Chuckie and Billy and and Mrs. Keith Marsha, attend- L honor of given by and son, Brian. A prepared by all. Other and e to help John her llth L party given by Mrs. Michael ; Marsha , Amy and Dana Janet and Brent Smoot. "bServed to all. Her ten- Heather Walling the week and Melanie Parents, Mr. and and Renee. and Monda the Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogie were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family, Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus, Laura and Kristi, Frederick, Md., were visitors during the week with Mrs. Gloria Grove and family. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove on purchasing themselves a new mobile home. Hope Woodward, Charles Town, spent several days with her friend, Amy Jackson, at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Ronald Rodgers and Kris, Bolivar, were visitors Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cngle and Larry Flemming enjoyed spending from Thursday till Tuesday with Mrs. Bil- ly Law at her summer cabin, Cacapon, W.Va. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Whitmore, Charles Town, were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle and family. Danny Everhart and Eric, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and Tracey, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rickard and Amber, and Mr. and Mrs. IRon Smith, Danika and Ronnie, all enjoyed a cookout Sunday, July 3, with Mrs. Beatrice Everhart, Ricky and ryan. Ryan Everhart spent last weekend with his mother, Lisa, in New Jersey. Jessica Buzzard was an overnight guest Sunday night with her great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Piper, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rickard and Amber, Mrs. Beatrice Zverhart and grandson, Ryan, and Jimmy Shirey, were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and Tracey. The occasion was to help Roger celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Paula Smith, Danika and Wen- dy Jo, Martinsburg, were visitors Saturday evening with Mrs. Beatrice Zverhart, Ricky and Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Browning, Blue Ridge Acres, were visitors dur- ing the week with Mr. and Mrs. thur- mon Piper. Mrs. Vanessa Everhart was a visitor during the week with Mrs. Frances Cornell and Jerry, Harpers Ferry. Frances returned to her home in Nashville, Tenn., Monday. IS DAY? NOW, ANOTHER REASON TO COME TO INSTANT REPLAY ON SUNDAY .... REPLAY ! ON SUIIIMY IN Of iUtY omaan ,125 W. WkING}N ST. 20% to50% Spring and .mmer T. PH. 726.7082 129 N. QUEEN ST. MARTIIIUtR6 - FI.I. 263.2312 For the first time in history, the state of West Virginia has a represen- tative who will compete for the title of Miss Rodeo America, in the annual competition conducted this year in Las Vegas, Nev. Kelley Lynn Clatterbuck, 21, of Berkeley Springs, was chosen to represent the Mountain State in the pageant in Las Vegas in December. Clatterbuck has been a participant in local small horse shows since the tender age of three. Her family has stables in Berkeley Springs where she hosts overnight trail rides, and she owns her own horse and races it at Charles Town. Presently she attends Shepherd Col- lege where she majors in communica- tion and journalism, minors in 'obs " English. "I work three j , said Clatterbuck. "It's going to he expen- sive to acquire all I need to compete in December," she added. A member of the American Rodeo Association, she tours the circuit up and down the east coast and is active in barrel racing. Recently, she com- pleted a five-day horseback camping trip at Cacapon Mountain, which she hosted for handicapped children. Throughout her school years Clat- terbuck was active in the 4-H and is i STUDENTS CAN NAME SPACE SHUTTLE Students in kindergarten through grade 12 across the United States can compete to name the new Space Shut- tie orbiter for NASA. Interested parties can obtain an An- nouncement of Opportunity by contac- ting the Council of Chief State School Officers in Washington, D.C., which is administering the program for NASA. School faculty members may request Orbiter-Naming Program Entry Packets by calling 202-783-5109 or 202-783-5113, or by writing: NASA Orbiter-Naming Program, Council of Chief State School Officers, 400 North Capitol Street, N.W.-Suite 379, Washington, D.C. 20001. \\; Kelley Clatterbuck Name Miss Rodeo West Virginia now an adult advisor to 4-H'ers. She has attended the Clark Bradley Horsemanship school in Richmond, Ind., a running horse and western pleasure training area. On September 9, she will be in the West Virginia Breeders parade in Charles Town, and will also he present in a booth at the Jefferson County Fair. The fourth of July weekend found Clatterbuck at the firemen's carnival in Berkeley Springs giving pony rides to raise funds for her expenses. This week she will make a public ap- pearance with country and western music starr Larry Boone in Berkeley Springs. She has been invited to attend the Misquite Rodeo at Misquite, Tex., Friday, July 22, and the Fort Worth Roundup in Fort Worth, Tex. The two functions will be televised on the Wide World of Sports. The West Virginia state fair has invited Kelley to make a one-week personal appearance in Lewisburg. The local Charles Town Pace Track will be sponsoring a race in her honor sometime in the near future. Beverly Grove, Leetown resident, has been appointed by the Miss Rodeo America Executive Committee as director-at-large for the state of West Virginia. Anyone wishing Miss Rodeo West Virginia to appear at a function or would like to assist in sponsoring her, should contact Grove at 725-9053. GRADUATES FROM MARQUETTE UNIV. Judith M. Forsythe, of Route 1, Shenandoah Junction, was among the more than 1,600 students who par- ticipated in commencement exercises at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wise., in May. Miss Forsythe received her Master of Arts Degree in Speech. m WHOAI.. Xk?00 Check these prices! 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