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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2010 All-Around Cowboys and Cowgirls of the Hidalgo County Fair Junior Rodeo; back row:Tyler Klump, Kelsey Lutjen, Zoe Billings, Lacy Garner And Zany Webster; front row: Owen Hooper, Jocelyn Massey, Ote AIIsup, and Quirt Peterson, not pictured is Sierra Arzaga. Results announced for the 2010 Hidalgo County Fair Jr. Roae, Submitted by DUTI WALTER/ 18.76: Flags - 1 s Ote Allsup 9.08, 2.65, 2 "d Colton Clark 2.81. 3 rd Animas 2 nd Joce'lyn Massey 9.10. 3 ra Caleb Turner 4.28; Calf Roping - The 2010 County Fair Jr. Bailey Massey 9.42. 4 m Nocona 1 t Devon Burris 10.71, 2 nd Josh Rodeo is in the books. Contes- Danley 10.20; Poles - 1 +' Bridget Turner 25.21: Ribbon Roping - tants from southwestern New S.anborn 24.43. 2 "4 Jocelyn 1 st Colton Clem 11.37. 2 nd Devon Mexico and Arizona competed for Massey 28.45. 3 rd Bailey Massey Burris 13.81.3 ra Landon Williams the All-around title of Cowboy 30.02. 4 m Samantha Kortsen 16.12: Team Roping - P* Colton and Cowgirl in each age group to 30.31; Goats t st Tierney Clem/Zane Webster 9.25. 2 "d win money and a Red Bluff Tro- Washburn 11.56, 2 nd Jocelyn Karyn Shores /Landon Williams phy Buckle. Massey 14.31. 3 'd Ore Allsup 16.93. In the 3-5 age group - All- 15.40. 16-19 Age Group - Barrels - i Around Cowboy was Owen 10-12 Age Group; Barrels - 1  Kelsey Lutjen 17.76; Poles - ; Hooper and Cowgirl was Sierra 1 * MaKena Burris 17.33. 2 nd 1 s Shandi Nelson 22.65. 2 nd Arzaga: 6-9 age group - All- Cheyenne Lynch 17.89. 3 d Tanna Kelsey Lutjen 22.94: Goats - 1 s' i Around Cowboy was Ote Allsup Webster 18.21: Flags - l st Lacy Kelsey Lutjen 8.37: Breakaway - } and Cowgirl was Jocelyn Garner 9.75, 2 nd MacKenzie P' Kelsey Lutjen 3.53. 2 "d Kayla Massey; 10-12 - Quirt Peterson Welch 9.82, 3 rd Taeron Reidhead Shores 4.90: Calf Roping - 1 ' and Lacy Garner; 13-15 - Zane 9.90. 4 m Brogan Calloway 10.35: Sheldon Church 12.37: Ribbon , Webster and Jordan Morris/Zoe Poles - 1  Ryan Klump 26.03.2 "d Ropiiag 1 + Tyler Klump 18.50: +I Billings; 16-19 - Tyler Klump Brogan Calloway 28.46: Goats - Team Roping - 1 s' Austin Klump/ and Kelsey Lutjen. 1  Sherrick Sanborn 14.18. 2 "d Tyler Klump 11.46. 2 nd Colton t Here are the results: 3-5 age Lacy Garner 15.03, 3 rd Ryan Davis/Tyler Klump 11.81 group; Barrels - 1 + Sierra Arzaga Klump 15.12: Step-Down Rop- In the Riding Events each , 24.71.2 "d Owen Hooper 30.85, 3 rd ing - l st Jacob Clem 5.46. 2 "d Cowboy won a buckle for their Alexis Massey 30.89: Flags - 1 ' Sherrick Sanborn 6.96: Ribbon efforts. In the 6-9 Calf Riding Ote Owen Hooper 10.54. 2 "4 Sierra Roping - 1 ' Quirt Peterson 50.31: Allsup madea score of 74 to win. Arzaga 11.72. 3 ,d Kohen Evans Team Roping - 1 " Quirt Peterson/ 10-12 Steer Riding went to Wyatt Braiden Washburn 17.87. Crotts with a score of 83. In the 17.60: Poles - 1 st Owen Hooper 13-15 Age Group - Barrels - 13-15 Jr. Bulls. Casper Johns 32.81. 2 nd Alexis Massey 34.69, 1 s' Zoe Billings 16.91.2 " Dakota took home top honors scoring 74 Audrey Kremer 42.86. 6-9 Age Group; Barrels - 1 't Danley 17.44: Poles - I s' Jordan and in the 16-19 Novice Bts+T[ Morris 22.93. 2 nd Ashley Bales Sandoval rode his 5hi1 to sc0re Jocelyn Massey 17.57. 2 " Lexi 24.50: Goats -1 st Kelsey Garner 83 points Hooper 18.40. 3 rd Ote Allsup 13.25. 2 "d Zoe Billings T:43: Thanks to the many sponsOrS 18.47. 4 m Samantha Kortsen Breakaway - 1  Zane Webster who made this rodeo possible. Wyatt Crotts - Steer Riding Champion, Ote AIIsup - Calf Riding Champion, Casper Johns - Jr. Bull Riding Champion andTJ Sandoval Novice Bull Riding Champion. Saturday, Sept. 18 BBQ Plates 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM 2131t3 St. loseph's Food and Games Begin Evening Mass at Park Presentation of Queen,& Court Singing by /ea '/,J+tutt, Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus North Park .. eptember 18th f.4 19 , *+ ,,p r ,,, ,,+ ',, o ?%,, Sunday, Sept. 19 12:00PM Food, Fun &Games 2-4 PM Talent Show Mr. B's DJ Singing by Oscar Pena Knights of Columbus Raffle 7:00 PM Bazaar Concludes Music by "e. fle,e de Sie City" First Lady designates 29 new Preserve America nmunities , First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama has signed and sent designation let- ters to 29 new Preserve America Communities. bringing the total nationwide to 843. "Preserve America Commu- nities are committed to preserv- ing their past by using their heri- tage to build a better future?' said Wayne Donaldson, chairman of the federal Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP). "It is good news for the nation when 29 more communities demon- strate that they want to enjoy and share the economic, educational, environmental and sustainability Sept. 8 is benefits preservation provides while creating more vibrant and desirable places to live, work and visit." The newly designated com- munities are, by state: Arkansas: Booneville. Calico Rock California: Alameda, Napa, Pasadena, San Francisco, Ukiah Florida: Tallahassee Georgia: Hawkinsville, Winder Iowa: Marion Indiana: Fort Wayne Missouri: Carthage Nevada: Pyramfd Lake Paiute Tribe New Hampshire: Portsmouth New York: Binghamton North Carolina: Asheboro, Hendersonville. Hillsborough, Township, East Pikeland Town- ship South Carolina: Columbia South Dakota: Sioux Falls Texas: Frisco, George West West Virginia: Elkins Wyoming: Fremont County The Preserve America Com- munity Program recognizes a se- lect group of communities that use their heritage resources and share the myriad benefits of historic preservation with residents and visitors. The program began in 2003 and Preserve America Com- munities, great places to visit and explore, are now located in all 50 states and many overseas U.S. ter- ritories. Preserve America is ad- ministered by the ACHP with as- sistance from the U.S. Department of the Interior. For more informa- Transylvania County, Wahaw tion see Literacy Day Pennsylvania: Durham www.preserveamerica.gov and wwwa+++ in NM Continued from Page 1 Literacy to aid underserved, ary 1975. illiterate adults and their families statewide; and WHEREAS, community and volunteer-based adult lit- eracy programs have served the citizens of New Mexico by providing individual one-to-one and small group tutoring to over sev- enty-seven thousand four hun- dred fifty-two adult students statewide: and WHEREAS, the New Mexico Coalition for Literacy has provided training and support to over twenty-five thousand and twelve volunteer tutors in the past twenty-three years, who have in turn provided two mil- lion sixty-eight thousand six hundred thirty five hours of instruction for the adult students they have served; and . WHEREAS, t'O'.].tate if New Mexico continues to pro- , mote literacy-%'r residents ....... of all ages. NOW, THEREFORE I, Bill Richardson. Governor of the State of New Mexico. do hereby proclaim September 8, 2010 as: "Literacy Day in New Mexico" Mittie McHalffey Mittie Yeuton Hood Reay McHalffey passed away in Las Cruces, NM on September 6. 2010. She was born on March 10, 1922 in Lapan Texas. When she was ready to entire high school she moved to Albuquer- que. NM to live with her be- loved sister, Lillie Mae. There she met Victor H. Reay and they were married in Albuquerque on Sept. 21, 1940. Victor re- named her "Hutie" from the song "Who's ya Hutie". She went by this nickname most of her life. Vic and Hutie moved to Lordsburg from the Hanover area when there first son, Dewey, was a toddler. They had four more children while in Lordsburg, Toni. Steve. Caron and Kelly. ',Hutie was+a homemaker and-ery active in the commu, nity supporting Vic in his, many civic activities. She and Vic were active members of the First United Methodist Church where she was a Sunday School teacher. UMYF leader and all around member. In 1974 Vic was transferred to Silver City, NM as manager of the Silver City District of- fice of Texas-New Mexico Power Company. They live there until his death in Febru- Hutie and Kelly returned to Lordsburg to the family home. She married Garland L. McHalffey in January of 1976 and they continued to live in the family home until Garland was moved to Ft. Bayard. Hutie then moved back to Silver City to live with her daughter, Caron and family where she lived un- til December 2009 when she took up residence at Casa De Oro in Las Cruces, NM. While living in Silver. Hutie joined the Latter Day Saints Church in 2007. Preceeding her in death were her husbands, Victor H. Reay and Garland L. McHalffey. She is survived by her children and their spouses, Dewey and Sharon of Phoenix, AZ, Toni and Bob Lowery of Lordsburg, Steve and Barbara of Alamogordo,] NM, Caron.and Stephen HIlI o Silver city and Kelly and lobir Braziel of San Antonio, TX. 1 She is also survived by 11 grandchildren and 11 great- grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Septem- ber 25 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Silver City, 3755 N. Swan Street. A graveside ceremony will be held at 1:00 p.m. at Mountain View Cemetery in Lordsburg, NM. Callus today] 00400.800o_9Li 408 Main Street Lordsburg, NM 88045 (575) 542-9444 Harry Bright/Owner Cremations and Monuments Grant Luna Hidalgo Catron Counties K.now someone Wito could use a Sentimental Surprise? We h.ave a wide variety of ,lUST, BECAUSE -Floral .Arrangements & +iftsl \\; \\; \\; As us about our Lordsburg+  layaway program 214 E. 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