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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 16, 2010 Mountain bike winner Crystal McDaniel of Lordsburg was the winner of the Los Arcos Liquor Store mountain bike give- away. The winning ticket was drawn by Cindy Gonzales. Courtesy photo Springer featured artists at GCAG gallery .,Courtesy submission - The Grant County Art Guild gallery, located in the his- t6~ic Hearst church in Pinos -A'l'tos wi, ll be open this week- 'efld on Friday, Saturday and S,'iinday from 10 A.M. to 5 RM. .A. /iumber of members are rep- resented at the gallery showing art .and crafts. The featured artist for Fri- day July 16 is Roz Springer. Springer shows her love for the outdoors and far away places through oil and watercolor paintings. She is drawn to ar- chitecture - especially that of the Southwest and of ancient places. Her paintings capture even the temperature and sounds of the scenes she paints. Carolyn Gray Patty is the Medicare questions to be July 19 t HMS Rosa Torres. Southern Regional Coordinator. with Aging & ~o, ng-Term Services. will be in Lordsburg on Monday, July 19. 2010 in the Hidalgo Medical Services Conference Room at 10:00 'a. m. She'll be glad to help with addressing any concerns or answer -questions Medicare D. Extra Help, the Donut Hole. Health Care RefOrm and other similar issues you may have. For your informa- tion: Enrollment for Medicare D is November 15th through De- "cember 30". however, if you have both Medicare & Medicaid. .yo.u may enroll for Medicare D at anytime, if you choose to. For more information, please call Gloria Vargas @the HMS Eamily Support Office @542-3047 or 542-8384 ext: 408. Please :join us. featured artist for Saturday July 17. Carolyn loves to draw and paint and has always wanted to be an arttst. Painting for her eases the tensions of things, events and circumstances en- countered in life. When not painting, Patty enjoys garden- ing, entertaining and fishing with her husband. There is not enough time nor does she have the energy to d6 everything she would like to do. Carolyn is a graduate of the Minneapolis School of Art and studied under the late Leonardo. Toby Price and re- nowned artists such as Albert Handell. Doug Dawson. Ramon Kelly and Joyce Pike. Her work is shown in galleries and has been sold nationally and inter- nationally. She states her art goal now is to capture the sen- sitivity.of moods and feelings in her life. The featured artist for Sun- day July 18 is Jan Wagner who does crafts and especially enjoys creating fabric baskets that are very popular at the gallery. -There is a fairytale 10ve story in this day and age', where-a happily ever after is real. t started when two young innocent hearts connected on a piece of Lord's earth. A,young boy named Larry, who watched the girls walk by and a young Linda. quiet and shy. The two hearts grew and the love between them blossomed into a never ending garden every day HUGE SELECTION. and ttio inda Jiae. ,On July 15th. 1960, the two hearts now teenagers in front of God and all others made their vows And so began the adventure of ore and life. Larry a husband and LiMa a wife, With love and the Lord's guidance they embarked on the wonderful journey of starting a fami!y; With two boys and a girl a full house was filling their world with laughter and ~ i) o~O.~ ,~Ig4~4b~ atgd ~iOtheyinaathr0ugh,.~i%l~, As time went by, hand in hand walked the trials and tribulations of life. Their love, friendship and faith became stronger with every tear and every sweat. Tile joys and blessings were plentiful full of cherished memories. And as the children left the nest and started their owil family days, Life started a new chapter. Robert Allen Kerr Robert Allen Kerr. born Sep- tember 2. 1928. passed away at Sunshine Haven Nursing Home I nephew. Scott McDonald. Hol-resourceful and skillful with her lywood. CA. two great nieces, hands. She made quilts, Afghans. Jayke Swartz and Zoe Swartz. doilies and other crafts. She at- many cousins and friends. He tended the New Mexico School is also survived by his dogs, for the Deaf where she excelled Rosie and Paddy Boy. in art, home economics and ] .qa,t a,vqk and fiio inda iae. Same ole daily routines.a quieter house and now pitter patter sounds of ..grandchildren all around. "In 1988 Larry called Linda and said let's sell the house and'buy a ghost town. They had a vision and a dream that few could understand, an undiscovered gift, this abandoned land became a place where history and the present com- bined, a favorite place to many, a place that was home to all who came agg k and fii inda 5 ae. Their love and faith has moved mountains over the years and has amazed us all. They have become heroes role models and an honor to call a friend. Though their'tender hearts and opening arms will never let them know how many lives that they have touched along the roads that they have taken anyone who has crossed their path has felt the warmth and love and faith that they display. Erie aue .P.a, ,qk and I io inda . ae. in Lordsburg on July 11, 2010. A A memorial service and sports. She could always light up ] memorial service is planned for tribute to his life was held. Mon- a room with her smile and sense t Saturday, July t7. 2010. at l 1:00 day, June 28. in Deming. Many of humor. Juanita was a dedicated a.m. at Valley View Community Church in Cotton City with Pot- luck dinner following. A complete obituary will appear in next week's edition of the-Hidalgo County Herald William Francis Little William Francis Little. of Deming, died June 21. 2010. in Las Cruces. NM. at the age of 66 years. After heart surgery in Houston. TX. in April of 2009. then being on a ventilator in Las Cruces from which doctors were unable to wean him. Bill was moved to Triumph Hospi- tal in E1 Paso where he was able to be weaned from the ventila- tor. He fought avaliant battle to regain his ability to stand and walk and had several months of relative good health before be- ing struck with several other ill- nesses from which he was un- able to recover. Bill's chosen career was teaching and he thoroughly en- joyed his students. He taught grade school. first in Whiteriver. AZ. for five years, then moved to Deming, NM. where he continued his teaching career 'at Bell Elemen- tary, Smith Elementary and fi- nally at Deming Jr. High School He retired from educa- tion in 1997. having taught for 29 years. Bill also liked to gar- den. read. cook. and eat good food. He loved the quiet coun- try life he shared with his friends and family. He was predeceased by his brother. Tom. and by his par- ents. Frank and Margaret (Peggy) Little of Deming. He is survived by his wife. Barbara Jones Little . 3910 Osage Trail NE. Deming, his sister and brother-in-law. Jan and Fred McDonald. Elko. NV. a niece. Jennifer Swartz and husband Travis. Meridian. ,Jdah0. a "' " "[' " ., :ti" - - stories were shared by friends. family and colleagues about Bill's love of life and how he'd touched other lives There were many smiles and a few tears. Bill loved well and was loved by many. He will be missed. luanita E, Sandoval Juanita E. Sandoval of Albu- querq ue. New Mexico. passed away on July 4. 2010. She was born in Lordsburg, NM. on July 24. 1932. where she was fondly known as "'sister" She was preceded in death by her parents, Dolores and Cornelio Ozeta: by her hus- band. Juan M. Sandoval" and her brother. Valentine Sil- vas. From a young age, Juanita was always creative. wife. mother and loving grand- mother. She is survived by her three children: Mike Sa.ndoval and his wife. Cindy, Sandra Sandoval and her husband. Chris Nelson. and Ronnie Sandoval and his wife. Rosemary; granddaughters Sara. Myra. Amelia. Marissa and Adrianna: two great-granddaugh- ters. Abigail and Madeline: siblings Barbara Guerrero, Josephine Chavez. Cressi DeLaGarza. Berna Arambula. Cornelio Ozeta Jr. and Frank Ozeta. She is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. A celebration of Juanita's life was held at Daniel's Fu- neral Home in Albu- querque on Saturday, July 10. 2010. Juanita E. Sandoval II I III FUNERAL CHAPEL Deming (575) 546-0070 Silver City area (575) 537-0777 Local Calls (575)542-3330 Reasonably Priced Funeral And Cremation Services Excellence in service and care .for your family should ..... ql~vays be affordqb, le~:.:: . ......... l.t,'cah and alf,.ays'_ .. _., _.._ will be with US. i]m ~D~II~ ~u'tton ~qle6row 7onq