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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday,'September 20, 2012 Page5 "SHIRT F CTORY LADIES"...Since this picture was featured in the March 8, 2012 edition of the Clinch Valley Times, we have received names identifying many of the employees. Included in the front row, not necessarily in this order, are: Elsie Hall Salyer, Susie Owens, Lola HeRon, Gladys Holbrook, (2) Edna Ward's, •Louise Huff Maples, Ruby Minton, Bessie Kiser, Oilie Smith, Bonnie Moore, Kelly ---, Evelyn Holbrook, Vera Puckett. Others on back rows are: Virgie Horton, --- Hall, --- Palmer, Alice Parnell, Ruby Hamm, --- Robinson, ............................. ! : :::i~ i:" ~' ":i¸ " : ::~ :!; i :/:~ ! fiiiii:i.,. ?! i .... : . .... / ~• Katherine Ring, Kathlene Davis, Dixie Hamilton, Ann Mayberry, Wilma Meade, --- Gibson, --- Wolfe, Belvie Lampkins Hileman, Gladys Robinson, Chaflie • k c Jordan, Glenn Williams, Docie Evans, Bud Hamilton, Annie Holbroo , .,:-- O'Deil, John Addington, Stella Jacobs, Delphic Meade, =-, McReynolds, V ra Williams, Hattie Kelly, Hazel Gilbert, Kate Cook, Ida McGomery, Maw Wolfe, • . 6 • • . .l Mary Blevms, May Qulllen. Thanks to all who helped to Identify these ladles gentlemen• Budget cuts dictate library changes A reduction in funds from Trustees made reductions in that state aid to public libr#rie., Russell County has dictated most operating lines, including has remained level so that lom˘ changes at Russell County Pub- staffing. Full time staff will take parts of the budget are unaf- lic Library. A slight reduction in library hours affects patrons most directly. Lebanon Library will open one hour later on Wednesday and Friday; the Honaker Community Library will now close one hour earlier on Wednesday. Statistics of library use indicated that these closures would have the least affect on patrons. New library hours are now effective and are listed below. The Library Board of NAP loss filing The CCC-576, Notice of Loss, is used to report failed acreage and prevented planting and may be completed by any • producer with an interest in the crop. Timely filing a Notice of Loss is required for all crops including grasses. For losses on crops covered by the Non-in- sured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) and crop insur- The pages above are an appropriate accompaniment to the Shirt Factory Ladies' ance, you must file a CCC-576 photo. These pages are from a small production tally book kept by young Ethel (Notice of Loss) in the FSA Hale of Gravel Lick, a seamstress at the factory. Notice the supervisor checked County Office within 15 days of : 'and approved Ethel's count and penciled in the amount she was to be paid for her the occurrence of the disaster or work. Though perhaps putting her own dreams on hold, Ethel's factory job when losses become apparent. If filing for prevented plant- helped her family during the years of the Great Depression• She later became ing, an acreage report and CCC- Mrs. Covey MonroeEvans. Ethel's notebook is one of the items loaned to the 576 must be filed within 15 cal- Railroad Museum by her son, Kenny Evans• = endar days of the final planting date for the crop. Local country and folk artist Dante Community releases new album Center meetings The Dante Community Cen- ter will have meetings every 3 Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information call 495-1247. [EMERGENCY?[ DIAL 91 1 IIII III Independent record label Tate Music Group proudly announced the release of country singer Allan Lee's new album, "Heaven or Hell". Produced by Tate Music Group, the album offers 8 tracks and is readily available for purchase nationwide at the iTunes Store, Amazon.corn, or directly from Allan Lee is a singer- songwriter who travels around i the country in hopes of inspiring people through his music. He strives hard in order to make his dream a reality, and in doing so, he spreads the word of God through his work as well. His influences in music include the great Elvis, John Denver and Connie Smith just to name a few. The album "Heaven or Hell" is packed with good old country tunes but with a twist• it brings out the best in Allan Lee's song writing skills. His voice perfectly matches the distinct sound of his music. Allan Lee is truly one to look out for! The Electronic Press Kit for "Heaven or Hell" including music samples and contact information can be accessed here: epk/?id= 14964 For more information, please contact Jonathan Robles, publicist, at 15+ VA Properties September 26- 28 Buyer's Prem;um May Apply WHHAMS& WlnaMs II rltl~ worldwide real estate auction 8C9 80~ ~03 We Fix: Basements, Crawlspaces, Cracked/Settling Foundations, Bowing Walls Serving you since 1972 Call Now110% Limited Time Coupon Some Restrictions Apply L. .... .- ..... • Reap rewards when you advertise through Virginia Press Services' Statewide Display Advertising Network! Place your business card-size ad in more than 65 newspapers and your message will reach more than 800,000 Virginians. CONTACT THIS NEWSPAPER or Adriane Long, Children and dogs go together like peanut butter and jelly, Since dogs are often an important part of children's lives, the American Kennel Club~ reminds parents to teach their children how to behave around dogs. CHILDREN SHOULD NEVER: • Wake up a sleeping dog • Bother a dog while it's eating food or chewing a bone • Pull a dog% tail or ears • Tease a dog And they should a/ways ask the dog's owner for permission before approaching any unknown dog. Children who learn t~,> treat their dogs with care and respect will be safer and more contident arotmd their canine pals, Ano they'll have a friend for life. For more information about safety around dogs, visit: ~ir~a 804-5~1-7585 or adrianel@vpa;~L USDA is an equal opport- unity provider, employer and lender. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S. IE., Stop 9410, Washington, DC 20250- 9410, or call toll-free at (866) 632-9992 (English) or (800) 877- 8339 (TDD) or (866) 377-8642 (English Federal-relay) or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish Federal- relay). t Week 1 Sap. 16 - Sep. 22 FREE Big Mac• with the purchase of a Big Mac'* Week 3 Sep. 30 Oct. 6 Any Size Coffee Week 5 Oct. 14 - Oct. 20 FREE McCafe® Beverage with the purchase of a McCafe® Beverage a pay reduction and part time staff will have reduced hours. Library Director Kelly McBride said, "We don't have any line in the budget that we could just eliminate to equal the dollar amount that we needed to cut from the budget. So the Library Board opted to shave a little from many basic cate- gories. I hope that the public will be understanding if they must wait longer or see any other impacts to library service." McBride also pointed out fected. "We will have abo the same budget for supplies 'and books because we fund thos lines completely through stat aid." Lebanon Library: Mo'.nday 9am-7pm; Tuesday 9am-Tpm; Wednesday 10am-5:30 pm; Thursday 9am-Spm; Friday 10am-5:30 pm Honaker Community Lib- rary: Monday 3-7pm; Tuesday 3-7pro; Wednesday 3-' pm; Thursday 9am- 1 pro; Friday Noon-5:30 pm i (276) 762-9501 or (276) 762-9591 * Monday-Friday 8 am - 5 prn 16618 East Riverside Drive • Saturday 8 am- 1 pm St. Paul, VA 24283 If I f Wl Sep. 23 -Sap. 29 lee Cream Cone Week 4 Oct. 7 - Oct. 13 FREE Snack Wrap with the purchase of a Snack Wrap Week 6 Oct. 21 - Oct. 27 FREE Small Size Coffee Se McDonald's® Come Meet Ronald McDonald® On September 29th at 2 pm Fun for the whole family! Door prizes too! Bring your camera and get a picture with Ronaldt Owned & Operated by Russ & Nancy Burgess Proud to be your McDonald's in St. Paul © 2012 McDonald's Kids Week $1.99 Hamburger, Cheeseburger or 4 Piece Happy Meal® 23