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i i Έ ! Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, July 2, 2009_ Benjamin Luke Jessee and Courtney Ann King Miss King and Mr. Jessee plan September wedding Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Trish King of Castlewood are proud to announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Courtney Ann King to Benjamin Luke Jessee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Emery and Betty Jessee, also of Castlewood. Courtney is the grand- daughter of Daniel and Marie Happy birthday Kaden Blake Robinson had a spectacular second birthday. He went to Chuck E. Cheese and also had a big Spongebob party at his Mamaw Dorothy and Papaw Bruce Burke's home. Everything was drcor- ated with his favorite character in the world, Spongebob. He celebrated with family and friends on June 29. Kaden is the great grand- son of Beatrice Burke and the late Bruce Burke. On June 24 m a birthday celebration was held in honor of his uncle Denny, who passed away, by releasing balloons. Denny will always be remembered and he also celebrated with his uncle Kenny's birthday as well on June 24 th. Johnson of Honaker and Joyce King of Castlewood and the late Claude "Peewee" King. Benjam- in is the grandson of Sidney and Francis Johnson of Castlewood, and Robert and Hazel Million of Abingdon and the late Taze Jessee. A September wedding is planned. Dante Community Picnic The Dante Community Picnic will be held on Saturday, August 8 on the lot in front of the Dante Post Office. Bring a picnic basket and a lawn chair and enjoy sharing old stories with your friends. Your ad could be here! Happy Birthday Barney Ingle! Get Prenatal Care Earh Call 1-800-311-2229 Confidential Love, Margaret, Gall, Wes, Denver, Terry and Dwight, Roxie and Patsy NOTICE Saint Paul High School will be purging school records of 2004 graduates soon. Anyone wishing to obtain your school records, please stop by ,Sai nteau00" S before0000 I Erv00ie's and G ift00, Drllg l t )ne 72-58(I0 Erlie Keitl, l)h:,'ma 1 YC Ill" h,)lnetc vn ph: rma ry i [ OC?,TEU BESIDE F(R)D (!+I Pharmacy 8, Your Health Drugs Used for Bipolar Disorder Bipolar disorder is a mental condition in which there are Ernie's Drug and Gifts Phone 762-5800 Ernie Kcill, l'harmacist Your honletoxvn pharmacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOD CITY alternating severe mood extremes of mania and depression. Signs and symptoms range from mild to severe. Manic symptoms may include euphoria, rapid speech, racing thoughts, risky behavior, and inability to concentrate. Depressive symptoms may include feelings of hopelessness, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, fatigue, and decreased interest in daily activities. There are 2 main types. Bipolar I disorder is characterized by at least 1 manic episode, with or without prior depressive episodes. Bipolar II disorder is characterized by at least 1 depressive episode and at least 1 episode of hypomania, which is defined as a less severe and shorter duration manic episode. Although the exact cause of bipolar disorder is not known, genetic as well as environmental factors may play a role. There are a variety of medications available that may likely need to be taken for long term to control signs and symptoms. Lithium (Eska/ith, Lithobid) works to stabilize the mood and prevent extremes of depression and mania. Anti-seizure medications, such as valproic acid (Depakene) and divalproex (Depakote), may also be used to stabilize the mood. Seroquel (quetiapine) has been approved by the FDA to treat this condition. , We Now Carry $1 a Great Selection of $1.00 items! , $1 See us for all your health and beauty needs PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 Mary Beth Dingus Dingus graduates Mary Beth Dingus recently graduated from Dobyns Bennett High School in Kingsport, Ten- nessee. She is the daughter of Steve and Donna Dingus of Kingsport. Grandparents are Arville and Sherrall Dingus of Castlewood, Wanda Dowell of Bristol, Tennessee and Fred Sproles, also of Bristol. During her four years at Dobyns Bennett, Mary Beth was a member of the award winning Dobyns Bennett High School Marching Band and an out- standing trumpet player and section leader. During the four years, she marched in the Rose Parade and the Fiesta Bowl Parade in Phoenix, Arizona. She was a member of the top concert band her senior year and was privileged to play by invitation for the Tennessee Legislature. She has received numerous scholarships from Carson New- man College in Jefferson City, Tennessee, where she will con- tinue her education and pursue a double major in Psychology and Photography. While attending Carson Newman she will be a member of the marching band to continue her love of music and Azia Turner Turner graduates in North Carolina Azia Turner has recently graduated from Southwestern + Randolph High School in Asheboro, North Carolina. This year she was awarded the Pres- ident's Award for Educational Achievement. She will attend the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in the fall and will major in Communications + .............. : Studies. She has accepted a four  :: year scholarship. Turner is the daughter of Annette Turner of Trinity, North Carolina and Jeff and Sand Turner, also of Trinity. Grand-' parents are Robert and Brendai HAPPY BIRTHDAY...Hazel Jones of Castlewood Turner of Sun; Faye Duty-Fender of Lexington, North Carolina and celebrated her 79 th birthday on June 28. Celebrating Daniel BowenofMauk, Georgia. with her are her great-grandchildren, Camden and Azia spends most of her time Nolan Brown of Chrisfiansburg who turned one and with her friends, and loves her share the same birthday and Janakay Kiser, family. She enjoys reading, Castlewood, who turned six in March. experimenting in the kitchen, playing with her dog, Sunny, and art. Azia hopes to make a Officials urge caution with all difference in the world through " journalism. . fireworks, including sparklers the band and has already been ii. chosen as a member of the , I concert band. + " " Bluegrass Circle to perform at Country Cabin July 4 Bluegrass Circle will be Country Cabin is located one' featured at the Country Cabin and one-half miles west of on Saturday, July 4. The Cabin Norton on The Crooked Road is open Saturday nights from Musical Trail. Watch for signs. 7:30-10:30p.m. Jam sessions are held each Events include live Bluegrass Tuesday at 7 p.m. Admission is music each Saturday night free and all musicians and featuring the best in local bands, spectators are welcome. clogging, two-step, free style, Admission is $5 for adults broom dancesandCake Walks. (12 and over) and $1 for Local musicians are welcome children two through 11. for playing half-time breaks. For more information, call 276-679-3541. liT. 58 00m't'tQUE 216-393-9269 _...,, TORE & fLEA 14KT. VENDORS WELCOME 474 Front Street West, Coeburn (across the 4-lane from Miners Exchange Bank) HOURS Mon. - Thurs. 1-6 F ri. & sat. 9-5 Sunday 1-5 ,+ NEWS STATION AT 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM and 4:30 PM While legal fireworks and sparklers are a popular part of July 4th celebrations, in most areas of Virginia they could become the cause of wildfires this year. Because of a lack of signifi- cant rain in many areas during June, some grasses and trees are dry--leaving them more vulner- able to catching fire from way- ward fireworks and sparklers. "One spark is all it would take for a wildfire to start," said Fred Turck, assistant director for wildfire prevention and edu- cation with the Virginia Depart- meat of Forestry (VDOF). "Fireworks that have finished burning are still extremely hot and they can smolder in dry grass or leives before a fire ignites." Turck recommends keeping a bucket of water, wet towel, and a fully-charged garden hose nearby. Because many types of fire- works (including trtrecrackers, bottle rockets, skyrockets, tor- pedoes and other fireworks that explode, travel laterally , rise into the air, or fire projectiles into the air) are illegal in Virgi- nia, a good alternative to perso- nal fireworks are the community displays put on in cities and towns across the Common- wealth. Check your local news for information on times and locations. (St. Paul's annual Fire- works Display will be held be- ginning at 9:30 p.m. Saturday in the Riverside Shopping Center area. The Town's Ce- lebration will be held at the Miners Exchange Bank Park- ing Lot from 3-11:30 p.m.) Additional information on fire safety and state burning laws can be found on the VDOR website, www.dof.virginia.gov. Remember, "Only you can help Smokey Bear prevent fo- rest fires!" Don't Put Your Baby's Health On The Line. P.O. Box 939 Lebanon, VA 24266 wlrv. com _ Phone (276) 889 1380 Fax (276) 889-1388 REUNIONS CHS Classes of 1959 & 1960 The Castlewood High School Classes of 1959 and 1960 will hold a reunion Friday, July 3, at the Russell County Convention Center, Lebanon. The Social Hour is at 5, and dinner is at 6. •. • • • • • • • • • • • • A pre-get-together party will be ++ iPlilai'itLilii'll,,,/olip1 • held Thursday, July 2, at 6. p.m. • at the home of Logan Bush. The i  emma city" cost is $50 per person. Mail • ( 30 + check, name of guest(s) and if • /x Sit+dillS Illeat’as • : you will attend the Thursday • party to: Classes of 1959 and • Movie H0tme276"679"4252 ; 1960, c/o Ruth Sproles, P.O. Box 704, Dante, VA 24237. For more information, call Steve Banner, 276-762-7371; or Law- rence Worley, 276-762-5259. Osborne Family Reunion The descendants of Alvie and George Osborne will hold a Family Reunion on Saturday, • July 4, at the A. R. Matthews • Memorial Park, St. Paul, from 6 • p.m. until the park closes. All •( family members and friends are • welcome and encouraged to • bring a covered dish. For more • information, call Hope Powers, • 738-8302. • McCoy Reunion • The McCoy Reunion will be • ( held at the Fairview Community • center on Sandy Ridge Satur- • day, July 4, at 1 p.m. Bring a covered dish and drink. For • more information, call Betty at • 276-395-2267. • Patrick Porter Reunion • I The annual Patrick Porter • Reunion will be held Saturday, • July 18, at the Senior Citizens • Center & Park in Nickelsville. • Doors open at 10 a.m, with the • reunion lasting from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Bring your favorite dish for a pot luck lunch. A tour of Pioneer Patriot Patrick Porter's gravesite near Dungannon is T'ake Care of Yourself " So You Can Take Care of Your Baby., THE PROPOSAL re-s DALLY: 12:10 " 2:20 " 4:30 0:55 " 9:30 PM MY SISTER'S KEEPER Pi1-13 DALLY: 12:15 " 2:35 " 4:50 7:25 o 9:40 PM ' THE HANGOVER n DAILY: 12:05 " 2:15 ° 4:25 7:05 ° 9:20 PM i Located in Downtown Norton, VA • " nortoncinema.com • TRANSFORMERS • REVEIIGE OF THE FALLEN PG-13 • DAILY: 12:00 ° 3:00 • • 6:45 - 9:45 PM • -% (-- ]- OAWN OF THE BiNOSABIIS PG • DAILY: 12:30 o 2:45 " 5:00 • 7:15 ° 9:15 PM PUBLIC ENEMIES n ] i ' DALLY: 1:00 " 4:00 ° 7:00 10:00 PM 1" 1" YEAR ONE PB-lS ] i DALLY: 12:25 " 4:55 9:25 PM NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: ] • BATTLE OF THE SMITBSONIAN P6 • DAILY: 2:40 ° 7:15 PM • • & THE HALF BLOOD PAIIICE I'G • STARS WED. 7115 ALL STADIUM SEATING AUDITORIUMS ALL DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND planned, along with visiting • * **  * + * * * * * " Samuel Porter Cemetery in the ; CENTRAL Sinking Creek community. For • DRIVE - IN more information, call 'carol • Laferty at 606-776-2126. or Bill • 276-679-3761 Porter at 276-395-6288. ; Blevins Reunion : [ mONSTERS VS.iUERS ,m ] The Blevins Reunion will be • L NIGHTLY: 9:15 PM j held Saturday, July 25, at Dinsmore Hall (the old Coca-  1 ," • • • 1 Cola building), St. Paul. Please • ( bring a covered dish and old • 1REVEIIGEOFTIIEFALLEIIPG-131 pictures. Attend and plan to • L_ _mmmLY: 11:00PM_ have a good time! •    ::+::+      ...... • •0 • • • • • • • • • • itlll! +, I/HllHIllHma|lllJHtl IiHIII+II[:IIHi I! l lgi tlI l BIItI+IIIHIIIIIIPI! tl; I1]11 ||iMII!ilI% IlMlillllllilDI