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Wednesday, July 31, 2002

Rodriguez celebrates third birthday

Samantha AnaVictoria Rodriguez celebrated her third birthday on Friday, July 19, with a party held in her honor at Gattiland in Odessa.

Theme for the special event was Barbie and a Barbie Cake was served to all the guests.

Kids were given candy bags and free tokens to play games.

All family members were on hand to help celebrated the special occasion, including her big brother, Donovan Jr.

She received lots of gifts. Her favorite was a puppy given to her by her aunt and uncle, Sarah and Catarino Orona. Her puppy's name is "Oreo."

Samantha is the daughter of Donny and Laura Rodriguez of Pecos.

Quiggs announce birth of son

On July 3, at Midland Memorial West, a little boy weighing eight pounds, 14 ounces, 20 inches long was born to parents, Raymond, Jr. and Ceneesa Chance Quigg.

The baby was named Titan Mitchell Quigg.

He was welcomed by grandparents: Raymond, Sr. and Ellen Quigg of Terlingua, and Kathleen Kington Chance Ivy of Pecos.

Also, by great-grandparents, Poochie and Jan Quigg of Alpine, Dorothy Nelson of Del Rio, and Winafred Chance of Irving.

The parents, Raymond and Ceneesa, both attended Alpine High School and Sul Ross State University from which Raymond graduated in 1997. He is presently the County Agent of Upton County and they reside in McCamey.

Pecos ladies place in arts and crafts show

Joyce Morton and Margie Williamson, both Pecos artists, were winners in the Arts and Crafts Show held in conjunction with the Annual Spring Convention held in Fort Stockton by the Western District of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs.

In the Fine Arts Division, Morton received the first and second place awards with an oil painting, while Williamson placed second with a watercolor landscape.

Morton received a first place award in the Needlecraft Division with a clothing entry and two second place ribbons in the ceramics competition.

In writing competition, Morton was the recipient of the first place award. She received two second place ribbons in the Christmas Decoration Category of the Hobby Craft Division of the show.

In the Photography Competition in the Black and White Division, Williamson was the recipient of the first place award in the Features; Scenic; Portrait/Personality; and Natural History Categories.

Williamson also was the recipient of the first place award in the Portrait/Personality Category and two second place awards, one in the Features Category and Division of the competition.

Both ladies are on the Western District Board of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs and members of The Modern Study Club in Pecos.

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