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Today's Features

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  • Oct. 17-24 is Federal Radon Action Week according to the surgeon general. Health agencies throughout the United States have joined forces to promote awareness of the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers.
    The American Lung Association, Centers for Disease Control and National Cancer Institute all agree that radon is a national health problem and encourage radon testing during the October awareness drive.

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    William and Katherine Hampton of Big Clifty announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their granddaughter, Kendra Young, to Daniel Lyvers, son of Eddie and Susie Lyvers of Holy Cross.
    Young is a 2011 graduate of Marion County High School.
    Lyvers is a 2008 graduate of Marion County High School and employed at Joy Mining.
    The wedding is set for 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at Holy Cross Church. A reception will follow the ceremony at the St. Francis Activity Center.
    All friends and family are invited to attend.

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  • Lebanon Center
    Monday, Sept. 12: Baked pork chops, potatoes, peas, roll, brownie, skim milk.
    Tuesday, Sept. 13: Baked chicken w/honey mustard, stewed tomatoes, okra, cornbread, peach slices, skim milk.
    Wednesday, Sept. 14: Hamburger steak w/gravy, baked potato w/butter and sour cream, French style green beans w/slithered almonds, bread, pineapple slices, skim milk.
    Thursday, Sept. 15: Tuna salad, pork and beans, coleslaw, mandarin orange slices, raisins, bread, skim milk.

  • Stayton
    The Stayton family reunion will be held Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Bradfordsville Park. Potluck lunch will be at noon at the Civic Center. Plates, cups and utensils will be provided.

    Lyvers/Simpson
    The descendants of Earl and Martha Simpson Lyvers will have a reunion at 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, at the home of Phillip Lyvers on Hagan Schoolhouse Road in Loretto. Bring a dish and drinks. Meat and utensils will be furnished. For more information call Rebecca Essex at 865-4402.

  • 50 years ago
    Sept. 14, 1961


    New health officer

    Dr. T.I, Campbell, veteran Lebanon physician, has been appointed temporary health officer at Marion and Taylor counties, succeeding Dr. Genrose DeSimone. The latter, who has held the position since April 1960, has been granted a leave of absence in order to work toward the master’s degree in public health at the University of North Carolina. Dr. Campbell has been a practicing physician in Lebanon and Marion County for 54 years.