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Pag~ 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, June 4, 2009 Mr. and Mrs. Michael David Johnson (Laura Louise Sperow) ii/!Miss Sperow and Mr. Johnson ?i exchange vows April 19 Laura Louise Sperow and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bloodgood of Y ;-:Michael David Johnson, both of Clinched and the late Harold Castlewood, were married onSperow. April 19 at Rings Chapel The groom is the son of Mr. - hurch, Castlewood. and Mrs. David Johnson of The bride is the daughter of Castlewood. He is the grandson - Mr. Paul Sperow of Castlewood of Mrs. Mildred Johnson of 7 and the late Susan Wesley Castlewood and the late Bascom :Sperow. She is the Johnson and Mr. Ralph Meade, 5 -granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Castlewood, and the late Frances - .Paul Cassell of Castlewood and Hall Meade. Benefit/fund WEDDING ANNIVERSARY... Fred and Austin, Castlewood, celebrated their 60th anniversary on May 24, 2009. Peggy wedding your excuses raiser to be held Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lee Linthieum June 7 (Veronica Michelle Mays) Appalachian Traditions, Inc. Miss Mays and Mr. Linthicum presents a Benefit/Fund Raiser for Kevin and Cora Home, married on May 2 sponsored by Appalachian Miss Veronica Michelle of the groom, served as the best Strings, on Sunday, June 7 at Mays, daughter of Teresa and man. Groomsmen included Mr. Country Cabin II in Norton from Ronald Mays of Castlewood and Bryan Salyers and Mr. Charles .... 2:00 p.m. til 6:00 p.m. Admission Mr. Mark Lee Linthicum of McCrady, both friends of the i .......... i.i! .................. is $5 per person. Music will be Bristol, son of William groom. presented by: East Kentucky Linthicum of Ft. Pierce, Florida The couple hosted a Happy birthday ryme, Peters ar°thers, Lawrence and Barbara Cornett of reception at the fellowship hall ;iii j Winstead, T.C. Harvey and Titusville, Florida were married at the Lebanon Baptist Church. :i friends and South Mountain at 4:00 p.m. Saturday, May 2 at The bride is a graduate of Arthur Eugene Y°rk II B°ys" C°me and enj°y the music' Leban°n Baptist Church' Leb"Castlew°°d High Sch°°t and is '!i[ celebrated his In'st birthday on dancing and cakewalks all under anon. Reverend ~ DJ Couch currently employed at AT&T May 21 with family. Parents the large open air facility. Bring officiated the ceremony. The Mobility as a Customer Opera, are T.J. and Mary York of Big your lawn chairs. Refreshments bridq was escorted by her father tions Team Manager. Stone Gap. will be available, and .given in marriage by her The groom graduated from LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP...Mirauda Kay Dye Grandparents are Sherry Country Cabin II is located at parents. Virginia Interment College with York, St. Paul and the late 6034 Kent Junction Road, 1 ½Mrs. Myra Sparks, close a Bachelor of Science Degree was awarded the Castlewood Lions Crab Scholarship Arthur York and John and miles west of Norton, Alt frieq'd of the bride, served as the majoring in Management and is on Thursday, May 28 at the annual Academic Awards Vicky Johnson, Big Stone 58W/Business 23, Josephinemal on of honor. Bridesmaids employed by AT&T Mobility as Ceremony. The scholarship, in the amount of $1000, Gap. area. included Mrs. Leann Small-a Customer Operations Area was presented to Ms. Dye by Lions Club member and wood, sister of the bride and Manager. former CHS teacher, Mr. Larry Shortt. Miss Mary Jo Wolfe, friend ofAfter a wonderful honey- the bride. Miss Samantha moon at the Sandals Resort in REUNIONS Smallwood, niece of the bride, Montego Bay, Jamaica, the was the flower girl. couple will be residing in Tri-Family Reunion Weekend Mr. Andrew Linthicum, son Lebanon. MeConnell/Related Families " ' I A mullion of McConnell and Classified advertising works...calr762.7671' I el=ed Families "Hooley" will ,: I meet at Keith Memorial Park, Nickelsville, Friday, June 19, at • 12 noon for registration. G aeaeheing is scheduled for 2 Your ad could be here! Urgent news for people diagnosed with 0000000000000 • p.m., and a covered dish meal at **Hl|ll~l:l......ilJ~l:iilDl,'JoIoI~.: IExposure to asbestos is usually the cause ofi 6 p.m. A play, 1840 McConnell ’i~ City I mesothelioma, a serious cancer. Whoever I reunion, is at 7. Call 276-386- Russell County Official GED Testing Schedule l exposed you to asbestos should be heldI 7578 for information.Dougherty/Related Families •• S[8~i~ff~[~$' I responsible. Call =s =0. toll free at I A reunion of Doughe y and • 0v e 0t e218"61942§2" PARTIAL TEST SCHEDULE: I X-8OO-THI - AGL for a free eonmultatlon. I June 15, 22, 29; July 13, 20, 27 at 4:00 pm IWe practice law only in Arizona, but I related families will be held at • Located in Downtown Norton, VA • associate with lawyers throughout the U.S. Twin Springs High School, nort0ncinema.c0m Nickelsville, on Saturday, June • * • FULL/PARTIAL TEST SCHEDULE: o umm o a os t)m June10-11; July 8-9; August12-13 at 5:30 pm 31,: ................ 20, beginning with registration • • "~1’ ,,--nut. ...... (1~OO'4~4k~-3~4[,~) at 10 a.m. Bring items for silent • [ OAItY:4:50.7:20-9:35PM [ • •l SAT-SUN: 12:05 • 2:35 " 4:50 i All tests will be given at the Russell County Career . auction. Oeocacheing is • __':2°" 0: 5 VM _J •* continued. A covered dish meal • rM rues[am: ] • &Technology Center, Building II. '- is at 12 noon. A Civil War • /RATTLE OFTHiESmlTHSONIANeGI • Participants must register three business days prior to testing Grave Dedication at James • | .A,tY: 4:30° 6:45o g:15 PM [ • I! Ili 7 3 IL# I dlllLIl ) I i 1 3Call 889-6507 to register, p.m,D°ugherty CemeteryCall 423-538-3159will be at 2 •/ SA~-SUN: 12:for • 6:45 - g:15 PM00-2:15-4:30 l •• more information. :( r.t aaa ewa. ) • EI. Addington/Related Families t 4:2 • ,:55. :40 OM ." •i SAT SUN:12:10 - 2:20 ° 4:25 / • A reunion of Addington and • L 7:0'5" 9:40 PM J •' l)hone 762-5800 Ernie Keilh, I hai'macisl related families will be held at • Keith Memorial Park, • Nickelsville, on Sunday, June • Your hometo n pharmacy fa ,lr t /tug 21, beginning with registration • LOCATED BESIDE FOOl) ( ITY at 10 a.m. ring items for silent • Pharmacy & Your Hea auction. Geocacheing is • Ith continued. A covered dish meal • LymeDisease: Prevention&Treatment It YOUR LOCAl is aLl2 noon. Call 276-479- • Lyme disease is an infection that is transmitted by some ticks that ' 2989 for more information.~~ •• carry a certain bacteria. Ticks commonly live in forests in The Castlewood High School overgrown grassy and brushy areas. This infection commonly Classes of 1959 and 1960 will • • occurs in late spring and summer months. The majority of hold areunion Friday, July 3, at [ EARTHS ]• individuals with Lyme disease develop a red "bull's eye" rash within the Russell County Convention ~ DALLY: 4:10 PM / • a few days to weeks after the tick bite. Common signs and Center, Lebanon. The Social • symptoms include headache, fever, fatigue, muscle aches, and i/ 1 1:30 AM 1:30 Hour is at5, and dinner is at 6. •r nice )• joint pain. Without treatment, joint pain can become more severe, A pre-get-together party will be • | D^fl-v: 7:30- 9:25 PM [ • and further complications of the head or nervous system may ]1 held Thursday, July 2, at 6. p.m. • L sA -son: 2:00- :30- :25 PM j • occur, at the home of Logan Bush. The • [ THE TAKING OF PELHAM 1-2-3 R ] • The chance of being bitten by a tick can be reduced by wearing cost is $50 per person. Mail • ................... (,/11~'~:00M[D • protective clothing when in areas where ticks are likely to live. An check, name of guest(s) and if • ALL S .... UM SEATING .... TORIUMS • insect repellant containing DEET should be applied to clothes and you will attend the Thursday • ALL DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND • skin. It is also important to check the skin for ticks each day, party to Classes of 1959 and • • because it is less likely that Lymediseasewil, develop ifthetick is i[ P O Box 939 1960, c,o Ruth Sproles, P.O. • ~ CENTRAL~ • removed within 24 to 36 hours after it attaches to the skin. Oral ' • Box 704, Dante, VA 24237. For • " DRnVE - nN ~ • antibiotics are often prescribed for 10 to 21 days. Antibiotics I/ L C[FIor'~, more information, call Steve • •~276_679_3761 • commonly prescribed for Lyme disease include doxycycline ~b VA 24266 Bauner, 276-762-7371; or Law- • (Vibramycin), amoxicillin (Amoxil), and cefuroxime axetil (Ceftin). corn fence Worley, 276-762-5259. ~ • For more serious cases of the condition intravenous administration : ,, • ~ • 'Dr an antibiotic, such as ceftriaxone (Rocephin), may be necessary. If you have knowledge of • FRI-SAT-SUN: 9:20 PM .J • l/ Ph (276) 889 insurance fraud, report it to the .. ~; :Gr~tg~~:~:0Oi~:m":: :' [1 F°n 276'889 "1380Vi IiniaSIaIoPoIi©e • • e --- Insurance Fraud Division: • FAST AND FURIOUS 4 ] • • • m • PG-13 [ • $1 ax 1388 1-877-62FRAUD ~.,-s~.-so.: ~,:~o ~M J . S d www.stampoutfraud.com Ernie's Drug and Gifts l)hone 762-5800 Ernie Keith, I)han'macisl Your hometo n pharmacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOl) CITY OO O0 O O O0 • •OO O O