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; Pal~e4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, September 10. 2009 -r~ 11 r-~- ,-r- ,t ~ t. : ll/ rau btory lime. at me Kussell ) : ll County Public Library ~,~ /" ~ { ~~ l~ Fall Story Time at the ember's theme is Barn ard ; B~ ~-~'i~ -"'~'~,- ~ v' " ~ l~ Russell County Library in Leb- Animals and will fort .... kt~YaL-o ~ i'~ ~ I ~: ~' . ~ ~ ~Z~ I m:~, , anon began September 8 Each b Doreen Cro'nin ............ • ' " ~-~ ~"~" ~ ~• l~ ~' . . • Y . Fall Fun and I ~; :~l~ ~i ~'~ ~ , '~ !, i, :," week children will engage }n age Halloween wtll be the themes for ...... i lll ll[f '\ . . g ember we ....... • ....... " a ro ri " " " 't ,,. pp p ate act]vmes mcludm October and in Nov ~ ..... ~ ~ ~.~~ --1 ll[~: stones, songs, rhymes, move-will explore Fairy Tales with a lll! Xl / merit, crafts and lots of FUN Twist For more information. 11 the• ~,.,,~,.,_~~~/11- ' II ~ ~ L° " '~llu ~l. Sept-/ 873-6600.e.[, 9a5~ ji" [/ ii dlt llW: l ’ !! ?p Sit .Time for children up to contact Klm Weatherl at 276 I/ill r' .-. lilt' 24 months of age will be held on 889-8044. Y ( ) L Tuesdays & Wednesdays at Preschool story time will ll [ - "\ 10:30 a.m. Preschool Time for also be held at the Honaker l! chi!dren age two and older will Community Library Thursdays l1 • Y De neld Tuesdays & Wednesdays at 10'00 am For m : ’ . . . •. • • ore ll ll[ at 11 30 a.m Famdles with more reformation on Honaker story l1 J !l ..,.~,~ ~ • than one child may choose times, contact Kay Ball at (276) /l~k - -,,,::~,,,,.,,,which time they attend. : ll/l' ’" MS ._pecial. at Ma,ry. lll . artln Memorial Presbyterian • ' i : ~ / se Tihree ar; igp~t~nne~f at s%e Cir~ Fti6d~Y, S~rPtember 9, ' 0 and 11 • ; '~ ~ . : p. . lift II II ~ ii: ~l~@c~n~"'~ RP~?~Y~r~I; eMra~h°en'Rw~i'bEthgen;ueB?~dewa~" " [~ l • ~ z_ _: .... U l " :~,~ The servi-ces are scheduledAll are invited to attend these i~il ~ ~ 1 ~!~:~" Wednesday, Thursday and special services. rillv :@ ;'LonniePhllh .... Youth church l| " " "ps and Donna Salyers ? ’ov,,;'o.c 5at ers and Phllll s weddl ............... • . i __ y "p "rig .................................... CelebraUon Center planned for Sentember 12 ........ :} Youth church services will be ~~ Don .... , ...... ex, .... ~_~ ,-, -, conducted at the Celebration ..... Lonnie 'l i i s'of°St 'P'au(TFI ,z. The ceremony will be held at Center m Paul on Broad • :..,:',.,~,,~:, ~treet every luesaay at 7 p.m. wir. and Mrs. Joshua Benjamin Blevins be married in an open church Stevens,Church of God in Wise• ::', :':~'"(?:beginning August 4 conducted by (Sarah Quarles Gilmer) wedding on Saturday, September at two o clock in the afternoon. Sh Unan DltPUie nand_denCohancae Miss Gilmer and Mr. Blevins The Big Red Rug Band t;ina' i Se 0 i.;the exchange vows July 11 Summit itv T.cu,n o ~ ,If ~?~ Also there is Gospel Singing ~/ v .,L i,, .~..~' ~.~ l~4t-Jt. 1 ~' ~ ~" on " Sarah .... J the first Friday of each month. • . Quarles G,lmer and wildflowers. Flower g,rl was The 131g Red Rug Band, a Mays. This version of the band Everyone is welcome. osnua enjamin Blevins were Katie Kilgore, cousin of the locally based Progressive has been together for almost two ::i:!i united in marriage Saturday, July groom. She wore an ivory satin Folk/Americana group will be years, performing at fairs, 1 i il RE IONS at Oak Grove United floor length gown with an ivory performing at Summit City festivals, coffee shops and many U-N Methodist Church in Lebanon, lace overlay. The bride and her Lounge in Whitesburg, Kent-venues across the tri-state area : with the Rev. D J Couch bridal a 's owns were m . • .... SlLCOX REUNION • . • • p rty g, . ade ucky on Saturday, September 12 On Friday, September 11, they The 14th Annual Silcox offi a ng_. ............ by the g.room s aunt, Dlanna at 8:30 p.m. Summit City has will be the musical guest for Bro. Joseph Dunn . .... ;.. h,qa m,e, uaugnter or Ke e and ttae groom s mother, become a hot spot for an eclectic WCYB channel fives Noon ....... JUJKTpll Ulliiler ana me late JUOV llae 'room s rather serve ...;.. r.’ .... ;^: .....a L----J ~* • .-. .... I'~llt"?~tA/ IIMI~/[ If- ~ut~,,.~,u.~,.,.~ ~uar~ .:, o,,,~,.~, rr~ • u~t ] (2_ .... c ,. ,, ..., . c~ r, d .~ ntta vt ]tnu~t~.,tall;~ iallUOi:tllUS. lvla azlne for a listingOI ~- ,~ ,, ,..~.v~. ,-J,,,,,’. r ansonvmeHer pest man Jroomsmen were Seth . g • .. 1-" Saturday, September 12, begm- f, randnnrPnt.... n' o ....... ' ..... Locatedm downtown Whites- upcoming performance dates and The Church of The Most nin at 10"30 a m Please share o--:--r......... amn .... ou,,m ustm, cousin or me groom and burg, Kentucky, Summit Citymore information about the band High God of St. Paul would like thi ginfo ation'with other fami- • and the late Mildred Smith and Cody Mays, friend of the groom, offers a wide variety of food and you can visit to welcome as their new Pastor, iv members. Bring a covered • "the late Dr. Giles Q. and Philena Adam Blevins, cousin of thebeverages with a very relaxed www mvspace com/thebigredrug Bro. Joseph Dunn. Bro. Dunn is dish For more information, call Sue GilmerandJeanGilmer. groom served as usher. The ring atmosphere. There will be aband." " taking over as Pastor at the Reba, 276-395-2725 groom is the son of Sam bearff was Dawson Boyd, cou- $5.00 cover charge. -----For more information about passing away of the founder and WINEBARGER Ri UNION anu Koom mewns, Lebanon sin ottlae groom,guestbook The Big Red Rug Band the Summit City performance or Pastor Bro. Harold Mullins. The Winebarger Family Re- (formerly of Coeburn). His attendant was Emily Hess, members are Charlie Engle, to make a reservation call 606- Dunn is the son of Wyndom and union, for families and des- grandparents are Henry and Cora cousin of the bride. Music was Megan Clay, Marty Jenkins, 633-2715 or visit their website at Emestine Dunn of Abingdon.cendants of William and Ethel Harem and the late Lonnie and provided by Destinee Blevins, Tommy Jenkins and Benny www summitcitylounge.com. Please join in welcoming him to Winebarger, will be held at the -GeraldineBlevins,all of sister of the groom and Anna , ........... .................... ....... .this new position. Tacoma Community Center at i Coebum. Gilmer, cousin of the bride. The I -- .......... [ 12 noon Sunda", Se"tember 13 • Given in marriage by herwedding was directed by the F • "- " • . father the bri ............... I Fall & Christmas Craft Sale II) 13t,., 4- Brmgaeovereddmh..Formore ! . ? . ae wore.a prmcess onae s aunt, tzsteua ~nmer. A I .......... tl/-Jk VV 0 _i- K I, information call Cathy Miller i cut, straptess gown o wory satm reception was held at the Oak I Stated Methodi Church I ..... 7 ....... - .... with an ivo", lace ..... ' .... a _ ,-. ...... i ,-, vxwux,_,uxo ,,.,lXU/W.I • -- -- • -- Mays, z/~$o-/oz-ZOll; or VICK- ...... y a urove t ommumty enter under I " _ _ I I ie Cole Oliver 276 395 3333 co.n~ing satin insert with 'an the direction of Dianna Reece I Saturday. October 3.9 am-1 nm Iz-XUUl-'Uuu uay ..... .....v,.,.F:,,x=, • heirloom pearl brooch. The and Dee-Dee Blevins, aunts of I ~~'.~ ."~.'" .~. /"_'-~.~ IPeonies' Animal We']fare n~,.~ta.l~-~t~ .-, : chapel-lengtt~ train, edged with the groom. "" ....... I Sponsored byhte Stated Methodist Women IServices will be hostin/, a p,~t t.ne .a~anua! taUlt.,rnn t..om: ' scull ....... = .... munlty Kennlon Will De nelo oped lace was embelhshed Pre-weddmg fest]vmes m- I .......... I Adoption Day, sponsored by Sunday Sentember 13 from with pearls and sequins. She cluded a bridal shower andII InClUdlnQ: Autumn. Halloween. II Purina Pet Foods, on Saturday, ~'_., T .-. • ' ' carried ahand tied bouquet of rehearsal dinner at the Oak II ..... IIOctober 3 at the Walmart m ne°°e ldiUr n ' inl r ogaCr° red and Tropicana roses andGrove Community Center given II II Lebanon. information call Lois Kennedy 1 wildflowers, by the groom's family. A bridal II stockino stuffers. "anytime" clifts II Russell County Animal "Taa- ' ", Maid of honor was Ellen brunch for the wedding party II I m Shelter will also be o-n hand with . I t I I ELREU IION Gilmer, sister of the bride, was held at the home of Dr. and II homemade DaKeQ gOOQS, DISCUlIS, in several dogs for adoption. Each The 10th Annual Trammel Bridesmaids were Destinee Mrs. Robert Gilmer. II P.nff a_ ::In drinke l! adopted pet will go to their new Reunion will bg held at the Blevins, sister of the groom and Following a honeymoon trip [ ................ ] family with a gift basket of food Trammel Baptist Church Satur- Allison Osborne, friend of the to the Outer Banks, NC the I One stov ShoDDing for all vour autumn and I and other goodies. As always, no. ko.;. ; .... bride. They wore periwinkle tea- couple resides in Lebanon. The I =-'.-':'-,'- t PAWS will help with spay/neuter a"cov re' " is length satin gowns with a ban- bride is employed by the Vir- I Ln lng aria gm g!vlngl I of each pet. and "shoe fun with old dana silk sash with contrasting ginia Highlands Animal Hospital I If you've got a cat or dog friends and enjoy the good Gos- shades of periwinkle and carried and the groom is employed by t , who needs a new home, you're r~l mnaie Far mare infnrma hand tiedbouquetsofrosesand NSRailroad. - - - n r A T/" "I%T CtAT("t'rkT I welcome to bring your pet tiVon,'c.al-i' 195"_8"14"0" ............ " I I (restrained or caged) to our " I • I adoption event. You will be • • • • • i • • • • • • • • Virginia Healt e Training Center' I Back to School Perm Svec al I responsible for each animal you °i,-l:l.=iill~.-l=-=llll?PJlld~i • ;,, ..... .n . -- I bring and will need to be • _ _'" II FOR COAL MINERS n ] Morns, come on xn I prepared to bring your pet back :llgiilAillAgilv II R........ hi,- R~,o~ I I . . .,- I home if he is not adopted out this oll : ............ II _ . II ana treat yoursem I day. o Sladimllleati, II ~wcct~qmrcincnts i I ......... i Look for PAWS at the Russell • .......... II I I Perm. cut and style $38.00 1 County Fair September 7 through •MovioHotlineZ/§'§/U41Z lZg II ..... x .... / ......... ~ x-,~, ,-t .......... I I 7 j --r I 12 See you there~ o kocated in Downtown Norton VA~ • ' " III n • ' our a oln m • ortonclnema com II 7(i -77q7 i i Call and make y pp t ent n , . . , _ . , ................ ' I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~dk o~~4~o, IL Liinit20pcrclass J l 276-762-5280 I. ’ .................................................. I u • ± - o v 'III 11 tm 11111 / • .,.,,.,',.,... -. IU--,- ql I Milton s Shopping Center liUllilSilllllll i .i i 1.! ,11 19396Hwy 58 Castlewood --it • . !1 " 1%1 /I I " li I NA [ of TNEFINALDESIINATIONm /., ~ ~ • DAILY: 5.'00 - 7:30 - 9:35 PM -'~ !/ ll Ii l I /II Ernle s Drug and Gifts n / : .1/ INILi%ll/ /I,I Ph°"e762-5800 ErnieKe!tl"Phar'Tacist I dnnp ,, Your hometm n pharmac II ' ll I LOCATED BESil)E FOOD CITY I -- 1 II /It Pharmacy&Yo 1O / II --v v ,. --v vn.- I1: I Medications to Help Lose Weight 11 • .... / : II NI::W. . TATION II I ,, ,. estimated that 600/0 of Americans are overweight. T.,..II nnnp_ / II .. -.. v -- ...... II I percent of this group is classified as obese. The body mass index II • / :1 I II Aql" IIn (BMI) is a measurement that takes into account both height and I I -- / • weight and is used to determine overweight and obesity categories. I I Th~ ,lor n,,o+.,..,~.,, / . | lie TIlE TRAVELERS WIFE ~-,, / ~.' II IIi P'ersons wire a tSMI above zb are generally considered to bell ^ .... '"’ .......... rt / =" " "; i • ' I • " It'll 131 li I overweight while persons with a BMI above 30 are considered to I I /'~UL, ICltlUII ooUp, l~U 1 • [ CL01D_I__W_I_TII_A_~_HANCE ] e, II 1.30 AM, , .ou r, I be obese. Overweight and obesity are generally caused by an II services help Americans / :~ II iu i excess intake of calories relative to calories that are burned. I Ilive with 40 neuromuscular/ • •, II .,.~1 A. IDled II J Lifestyle modifications, such as diet and exercise, are generally II diseases And our i •[ II t, JIHt,,ll rlVl II I the first recommendation for weight loss for overweight or obese II ..... - ......... / ." ......... ............. _':; ,, =' '" ' . •., %. .. I i CUItlng-euge [eS{gi:l[L;ll / !" ALLSTADIUM SEATtNGAUDITORIUMS "t n i II i persons. Both over-the-counter ana prescnpt~on medmatnons are J I o , • | • ALL DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND •-: II II I available to assist weight loss when lifestyle modifications have not II oll"er$ hope TOr a | • -~ ~r ~, ,, ., ,, ~r •;' II ...... II I caused sat sfactory we ght loss over an extended pen'od of time. I I future without these/ ° ~'~, C.), I~OX (7)~L)) Orlistat, a fat absorpt on nhib tor, s now ava lable over-the-counter I -rli-~hlinn .................. rli.~rdA.r.~| . • ~~~iil;!i~!~ ~:~ _-°" II ....... ..__ II [(AIli)and with a prescription (Xenical)Ws~;ailrab/en~V~Mtehdedc:)Untned II = | .:i~] ~ [! •:, II LeDorloFI V/'~ >'/4>'00 III phentermine (Adipex) are available with a prescription. They work J| .,, .,.a ........ / • ~i~i o-; II • ' II I to suppress the appetite, although serious side eifects may'occur. II "1 -UUU-b[Z-1/17 / • iii :!i: -: II wIrv, corn II I AIthough there are also many weight loss supplements available, i l / : ": II II Ithese products are not approved by the FDA'and sh""""'~)uld be u eJII .. -o / • : II III with caution due to the risk for serious adverse effects. I I - - / • ~il •' - We Now Carr •' ' • II Phone (276) 889 1380 II I irry s II / . ! 1 Muscular Dystrophy • o. II . ...-.-. ^,,...,,,,,, ill a Great Selection of $;I.00 items! II / : i Association • • II -ax (Z/O) O0 - Ili l See us for all your health andbeautTneeds ,,, II " ! II III $1 PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 l l II www.mdausa.org [ • ~ ............................................................... . ....... ~ • U' 1 [ In _q OOOOOOOOOOOOOO Ernie's Drug and Gifts Phone 762-5800 Ernie Kcith, Pharmacist Your hometown pharmacy LOCATED BESIDE FOOD CITY ~t ...........