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:*: D~ .... I by Jordan Banner and Terri Gordon , I I • 1rues booklet 1 • I available" Last week at CHS, an the mysterious" locker stalker. 11 -rh s .k ..... .... assembly was held on Monday, What begins as a prank turns [ oo, Lmy rutmuauun nMa 4 to allow" " • ........ y , the student body rot•a mght of great tunes, I recently upoateo Lonservanon to hear campaign speeches by hilarious goons, and laughter, as Trees booklet is now available candidates for the 2009-2010 each student is confronted with for only a $3 donation to the non- SCA offices. Students then voted his or her nightmare...literally! profit tree-planting organization, in their first period classes• The A public performance will be Conservation Trees is de- results were as follows: Pres- presented on Tuesday, May 26 at signed to help people plant and ident, Derek Allen; Vice- 7:30 p.m. in the CHS care for trees, and features President, Blake Rasnake; and auditorium. Admission for the l s_ at.!?o owC( leOx .ful photos and Secretary/Treasurer, Zach Ken- performance will be $5. Come .. .... nedy. The ASSET Placement and join the excitement. . . if you KaylaNieole Scarberry lne Arnor oay rounaauon Test for dual enrollment was darer believes it is vital for people oT iven on • • .............. g Wednesday, May 6. The FBLA trip to Dollywood Scarberrv graduates a,, walks oT l.lTe to plant new Progress reports for the 6m six is scheduled for Frida Ma 29 --"-" trees ano to taKe care oT our . Y' Y • r ayla ......... rqlcole caroerry . . ,, . weeks were sent home on Cost for the ticket and bus • . existing tree can• y, said John • . . graduated with a Radiography D ....... i.:..,-,:. _ ^,- ,,._ Friday, May 15. transportation is $37. Money and I~.U~Ii~IIILIW~ q.'lllUl UAU~ULIVI~ U[ UIU In • • " ,, sports, the varsity softhall penmsslon forms are due no degree, magma cure laude, and a Foundati,-- -n.;o t.,...t.t ........ • ,,.. ..,o team la Health Science degree on May ,q a ....... ข,r p yed at Honaker on later than Wednesday, May26. 14 from Southwest Virginia ,,-/ant-ers i'n" Thursday, May 7. Also, the For your information, SOL c,,,.--.....:,-. ,-,..-^--^ o,__ _,___ r. ,, ,..s ........ varsity baseball team hosted testing is scheduled for the week ~.,v~.tlIUIILIIIIL~" %.A.)III~I~. ~..~11~ pltXll~ ,,.,~,,~,4~,~, to further her education in CT , , Thomas Walker. On Friday, of May 18-May 22. The and MR/at East Tennessee State lrees nel,p us conserve May 8, the varsity softball and Athletics Awards ceremony will University Scarberry is a 2006 energy,,are g.ooa mrme sou, ann baseball teams played at take place on Tuesday, May 26 . • . clean me atr we nreame an•Coeburn On Saturda Ma 9 at ........ graduate of Castlewood High drinking water for millions of ..... "- • y, , .y , v a.m. Jne ,acaoemlc , waros Sharon Rose Woods and Henry Fayne Jackson .................. , . UlStrlct track was nel(] at ceremony will take place on acnooL ant ts me uaugmer oi American " " - - • . s. That s why it is so Coeburn • " JLmmy and Ahce Scarberry, im-ortan* * ....... h, ,o,, . On Monday, May 11, Thursday, May 28 beginning at Miss Woods and Mr. Jackson to ---" v ........ v i " " ...... a _ . arsty baseball hosted Twin 8"45 am Baccalaureate service • tree " ' " • s and tor tlae ones we Springs. On Tuesday, May 12, for the senior class will take exchange vows May 23 mama e vows rl .... I1 .... alreanynave, varsity baseball and softball place on Sunday May 31 in the J[ a8 i ll L, OUIIty Included in the Conservation -lw ed at Thomas Walker CHS audi" r ..... Tre s " P 3' • to lum at z:uu p.m. Jeff and Becky Woods of son, exchange "g ,.~ . . e book!et are t ps o.nhowtoln othernews, theCHSBand Graduation is set for Sunday, use snaae trees ant] wmooreags )ante invite you to share in the and begin their new life together lrlao at LAlncn . _ presented their annual concert on June 7 at 1:00 p m Any student i0y as their daughter, Sharon The wedding will be on t I-- to save on energy cos.ts, attract Thursday, May 14 in the CHS age 14 or older looking for a "Pwse Woods, and Henry Fayne Saturday, May 23 at2 o'clock in River Days On, U a tore et rna l o tgo snow auditorium, summer job needs to see Ms. iackson, son of Catherin Hicks the afternoon at West Dante ., , ,o Th " " " .......... e Castlewood High School Cassell in the Gmdance Office ............. . .......... ", UIIIU U.IKI WIHSIC oeparunents, ApOllCatlons mr me summer Dante and the late Eddie Jack- Community Church in Dante. Russell County Irma Wlll the right tree m the right place 131: ....................... " nave a ladle at iJllncn rover Days In auultlOn me OOOKle[ al.c~ ..... - ................... , . m conjunction wire r'ioneer Governor's School at the ..... ..... OcamP:? ::ds amn srsr a O ornaebOUt details the right way to plant and Drama Service, will present the community college are available [!i _ ., ..... • .... prune trees. , musical Tales of Terror from in the guidance office Any ..... : ...... geOmh:ne, snerlrt s ornce wm also TreTso eeo Iv , seCon ;rVcahtio Hightmare High School, written student in grade 10 or ll can ; ......... by Patrick Rainville Dorn with apply for this program .... ....... trlat] is also couectmg •It] along with your name and .... " ..... . . ............. music ann tyrics oy uavid Yearbooks are still on sale The Cell phones mr me ceil address to" Conservatmn lrees, Reiser Meetin in "h ......... " ' ....... • ....... g t e SChOOlcost is 3u. t oo s may oe phone program mr me emer!y Arbor Day rount]atlon, lUO auditorium one stormy night, reserved for a down payment of anฐ norฐremCoanrebelefarr at?gnฐUtc;il 8b% Aver N:bdreraS%Cl. NaEtadventurous high school students $25• Books purchased on :~ ....... /oz-uttm." ......'. . , want to find out the identity of delivery next year will cost $55• REUNIONS ees. • Govemor Kalne speaks to Class of 2009 at The Wright, Mays, "Smith, T T'I[T "1['I[ T" , ~ , 1 Moore, Mullins, Booher and all . ....... uva wise commencement on aturoav omer related famines will hold a , reunion at the Russell County Virginia Governor Timothy In 1954, when the College'But before we begin to Fairm'onnds Castlewood, onKaine delivered the keynote ad- opened, Virginia had a small criticize those we feel have Saturday 1Mav 23 beoinnin at dress for the 299 graduates of percentage of its young people failed us, we need to realize we 10 a.m 'Bdng a eove red di sh. The University of Virginia's in college compared to other are the future leaders," Maggard Dinner will start around 12 College at Wise and hundreds of states, the governor said. As a said. "Therefore, I challenge noon. Bring photos and family theft f]?nds and family who result, Virginia was ranked 36th y_ou to harness your anger and history. If you are able to attend, gameret] mr me May 16 cure- in the nation in per capita tmstration and let it motivate send a card or letter to Timothy mony at Carl Smith Stadium. income, you to become the kind of WINNER...Betty Bailey was the winner of the annual Smith, 363 Red Oak Ridge The governor said he has Today, Virginia has strong leader that can deliver the Friends of the Library Mother's Day basket giveaway. Road. Castlewood. VA 24224. learned a lot from interacting educational programs from kin- change that is so desperately or call him at 276-'162-5112. " with students and others in- dergarten through higher eduea- needed. -- NOTI-':CE ...... volved in education during his tion. The Commonwealth ranks . .... I PAWS meets every third I 15 years in public office, fiRh in the nation in per capita I "You've tau t me to be income. Governor Kaine saidI VIRGINIA STATE POLICE [ ~y ~th~e ,month,.6 ] more,, optimisti'c, gh~about tomor- The investment Virginia makes [ 'NSUUNCI= F~I~UO OIVISION Stop for any school bus loading or , v ...................... i row, he said. I see in you a in higher education will keep the I public spirit. I see openness, re- state strong, he said. I • MI | 1 I [ ! LI ! i unloading children! Caข=Tw silience and a community spirit, Virginia has succeeded in I [.' ll l l 1 ! IT'S THE LAWI ~ V B='II IlI = --I congratulate all of these gra- higher education, but there is I - ZONI= duates, aecause of all the pm, a- room for improvement, he said. ------ ration, love and care you have Higher education must continue I l:lll i / received, we are expecting very to be accessible, he added. I ;" " J much out of you." "We have to do a lot better," I I al I • 1 1 I • CASTLEW00D HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1959 Education is the most essen- he said. "There is no successful I" • =t I I • REUNION ".. . " tial thing a government can do, future for us as a nation if we I 'LIIAJt.. . AND 1 960 AND ANY OTHER ALUMNI I I t~e,p make 1-800-S72-1717 Governor Kaine, who helped get just basically put a ceilinE on I Friday, July 3 I the world .1 11 " a $1.6r billion bond package higher education We have to I If you have knowledge.: sam trom 40 nnuscu~ar a r 1 " " " " I of insurance rrauo report k. ............ ,~. Dystrophy pp oved ast year to unprove get better at it. That ts where ' __ Russell County Convention Center, Lebanon I ;~S;';S;; ..... ~voc~ad~gsaorg access to public education, told UVa-Wise comes in because I 1-877162FRAUD 5:00 p.m. Social Hour - 6:00 p.m. Droner I ........................... the crowd, this school got started precisely I A DJ will help us enjoy the evening as we dance or visit with our I _, • •- to dealuva.Wisewith thatgraduatediSsue." its first ' .... ' friends and classmates. I ,. v - " software engineering romam • • • • • • " • • " • • " • Dress: Please do! You choose your styte! I 84=1: LakefrontAcres, Farm&EquJpm~ students on Saturday. G'overn" or == ._, u., : 00' ** Cost: $50.00 per person I I ,. ..... Kaine said the fact that the Col- • ~.~ ~,~ • . le • is th onl n in " " " • • Please send your check with your name and the name I I g e y o e V rgmta I to offer software engineering • • of your guest or guests by June 3rd made payable to I I with two waterfront h .... d dock,, r - dem es shows UVa-Wise con-• /x 1 0 K85 " "The Class of 1959 and 1960" I I tinue- s in its mission to make 97G.Gl_qJgfi9 : ] ข/o Ruth Sproles P.O. Box 704 Dante, VA 24237 I I ...... ed , ฐn'Yfuct scsri-binlข-]aw, uo'ver- : 'L'oc:ecl' n"Do n ow . Norton,' A == I , Pre-get-together party Thursday, July 2 I I nor Linwoed Holton, a native of * nortonclnema.corn • I , VAt:#6•9 Big Stone Gap, also attended = .... , ........ =,,.. I I 374-2011 for more inforrnation. - ...... " . ~ ~ 5L~ ~,~ ~ "~, ~ ~,, ~" @ ~ a home of Logan Bush at 6 pm, dress will be casual. Drinks will I "- the ceremony. Holton was go- • • be r0vided and each couple or person may bring one food item to I vernor during the College's . 4:30o 6:45.9:15 PM | • St'fare such as: appetizer, cheese & crackers, chips and dip, any I fled-'in- - ears H lton to .... •, s,, 2oo. • • ~1 g y . 0 It] me ...... 6:45---6:15-P~ !ironer food or dessert. Please indicate if you will attend this party I crowd he was honored to visit • " I wt en you send your check. For more information, contact Steve I ',,'It----- ' -- the,_owthCOllegeand a..again^, ..... to see, all the 00 II:RMINAIOR,=.,a SrA,rS SAIVAIION, au ~,=,) I •e L Banner 276-762-7371 or Lawrence Wodey 276-762-5259. I ;11!" dd-" __ ChanceliorU V 'uP"Cm'Davld J. Prior •th DAILY 30"9:45 PM [ •• [11 I reminded the graduates that they • • !1 • • are a part ofthe growing culture • " Ernie's Drug and Gilts '11 Illl I e'il of education in the region, and :l ~~9~?~0 12 ill qlJ l !1 he urged each one to pass the . • : Phone 762-5800 Ernie Keilh, Pharmacist ]1 •rll l_ • • • gift of learning to others in the • cansTs BF * iii i v -- community. Each graduate re- • Imn,ขaq/ifi - ikT -n I • : Your hometown pharmacy ceived a copy of the book "The I fM .... I : LOCATED BESIDE FOOl) CITY II • " " Little Engine That Could" as a .................... II " gift from the College and the c ........ ,a • • .................." Pharmac II . IA= • I • AA I • Napoleon HIll" Foundatmn." Prior" • / i • II vIr I ข I( -AI asked the graduates to encou- • [ S^T:2:45PM SUN:7:20PM J • Viral Encephalitis Treatment II /Vqk l , rage a child to dream of going to • - -- • ru~:ephalitis is an inflammation of the brain. It can be caused by a II ............... college by reading the lx3ok i'o a • ' • • • DAILY: 3:45 " 6:30 " 9:30 PM ข,rus. Mosquitoes are a known transmitter of certain viruses. In the II ILl I=W~ tlT&TII~IIMI youngster ,n the commg week. • I DA~LsYu3N:: 12:45o3:45 "6.'~0 I • United' States. mosquitoes can transmit viruses associated with II I • 5 • • V V 14~1 IVi I Stephanie Ring reminded her • 9:309:30PMPM • II /I classmates that they took diffe- • • ~stern and westem equine encephalitis, St. Louis encephalitis, La Crosse encephafifis, and West Nile encephalitis. Signs and II /X i rent routes toward graduation, • X-M|N__O_R__I_GiNS: • ~1 • • symptoms of these conditions may be mild. including headache or II but they all arrived together at • I~~";;~"~L I. irritability= However, severe cases may result in a stiff neck. il • AA I i a ii AA i=~a the same point and the same•1 SAT-SU~5.'~30o4:45 I• s~,~iz,u,.~s, or confusion. The geographic location and season of the II I ".M! A M i ".M! l~i moment in their lives. Gradua- • /:lb q:4b PM • ,e~r ~!sO may affect the level of nsk. Certain herpes viruses can -II I " tion is not a day of finality, she ............ • said. . . . : : :~;3 le~,d tf:~ encephalitis, including herpes simp/ex virus, vancella- II ,-,n,-4 ~l q~'~ DSA Learning is a continuous I zvstervitus, and Epstein-BalTvirus. :ll M1 l~l II=.qJ'q,,~ llW1 , • • • ~ • The risk of encephalitis from mosquitoes can be reduced by II .......... process ant] experience ~s a• ALL STADIUM sEATING AUDITORIUMS • l i great teacher, but only if you are • ALL DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND • wearing protective clothing while outdoors when mosquito activity is II willing to learn its lessons," • * * ** • increased, as well as the use of mosquito repellent containing II ,., ~.~ ,.. ,~,.,,,~ , Ring said. "Look back on all• • DEET. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) may help alleviate headache and II I-',U, t OX that you have achieved, all that : t* * I" fever. Anti-inflammatory medications can also decrease symptoms. II you have accomplished and be • I • When the condition is caused by herpes simplex virus or varicella- II Lebanon, VA 24266 p . • ~"7"9=37"61 I • zoster virus, an antiviral medication such as acyclovir (Zovirax) or roud" II • The Class of 2009 wdl face • • ganciclovir (Cytovene) may be prescribed. However. antiviral li wtrv, com more obstacles and challenges • • medications are likely not useful for treating encephalitis caused by II recent ttmes, Andrew Maggard• ~Iฐ"':-:~. II • types of viruses, ii than other graduating classes in !1 TERMINATOR: I I II Dhnn= (97A ggO- 1 .'41=113 told his fellow classmates in his • ] • We Now Carry $1 II --" "~'~" '~'~ ~=-" --t ......... ~e tn the ~,r.d,,m~" ~ .................... I • Challen=_ ...... • : • a Great Selection of $1.00 items! II C~v I~l~l~J~/~ 11 LJI JI An ailing economy l-]ua'de- • I nenN TnRINn. I • li /g#~, ~--I~i.#] ~1ข1 • ~q.~q~# quate national leadership have~ I1 ~N~iI:]5PM I[ : - See us for all your health and beauty needs II resulted in fewer jobs for to- • • PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 UL day's graduates, Maggard said. • • e • s • ฎ • o • • • Ernie's Drug and Gilts Phone 762-5800 Ernic Kcilh, l)ilarmacisl Your hometown pharmacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOl) CITY