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6 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 23, 2014 Evans, Nelson wed in Wyoming Courtesy submission Championship saddles, ropes and cowhides decorated the meadow at Terry Bison Ranch for the July 13, 2013 wedding of Bradi Coe Nelson of Animas, NM and Tyson Cole Evans, also of Animas, NM. Parents of the bride are Bradley and LindaKay Nelson of Chey- enne, WY with the groom's parents Rusty and Tawna Evans of Double Adobe, AZ. Galen Huck of Cheyenne Hills Church, also a dear friend of the family, officiated the double ring ceremony before 250 guests. Nelson wore a traditional Michael Angelo fluted gown of white lace and satin, accented with pearls and sequins. A white fingertip veil with pearls adorned the bride's head. Turquoise cowboy boots with white embroidery, along with blue tear drop diamonds, a gift from the groom, completed the ensemble. She Carried a bouquet of white orchids, shades of violet roses, and variegated Indigo pansies. Evans dressed in a black western style suit with a turquoise Cinch shirt. A black cowboy hat, tie and cowboy boots completed his attire. Maid of honor, Tia Lake, of Cheyenne, WY, along with brides- maids, Lexi Hatch, Las Cruces NM, Nicole Macy, Pine Bluffs, WY, Ashlee Gibb, Denver, CO, Heather Yasko, Hadley, PA and Jessica Nusbaum, Martin SD, wore black knee length dresses with western. boots. Their dresses were accented with turquoise necklaces with black crosses. Flower girls, Paige Evans, niece of the groom, and Jay Cee Yasko, wore layered, ruffled dresses of indigo blue with black and white zebra cowboy boots. The bride's personal assistant was a good friend, Callie Capraro, of Grover, CO. Best man and brother of the bride, Brandon Evans, Herford, AZ, along with groomsmen Cole Jackson, Las Cruces, NM, Sam Delacruz, Sierra Vista, AZ, Andrew Jones, Las Cruces, NM, Justin Cailouette, Las Cruces, NM and Omar Mancinas, Tucson, AZ, wore black vests, pants, and ties, with deep violet shirts. Black cowboy hats and boots completed their outfits. Ring bearer Kohan Evans, nephew of the groom, wore an identical outfit as the groomsmen. Blaine Nelson, Evanston, WY, brother of the bride, and Clancy s%fiCheffhb WY sei:vedagrert'ers and ushers for the ocCa- s! Tera ]akei .Cheyenne, WY, designed and decorated the bride s bridge entrance, along with the wedding stage. Taffi Brown, also from Cheyenne, followed suit by hand crafting the Western theme appe- tizer table. Brad Nelson, father of the bride, performed the "Rope" ceremony along with the prayer o1 binding the couple together. A "Wedding Team Roping" was held the night before at the Riata Ranch Arena with a beautiful buckle donated by Teresa Lake awarded to the top roper of the night. A dinner and reception, along with a dance was held after the ceremony at the Senator Steak House at the Terry Bison Ranch. The couple now makes their home in Animas, NM, where the Bradi is a Science/Physical Education teacher, coach and owner of Ranch N Rodeo G!am and Desert Lace Images. Tyson is a lineman for Columbus Electric Company and a rancher. CONGRATULATIONS ELK HAVEN RANCH AUCTION 4 320+ DEEDED ACRES CIBOLA COUNTY - NEW MEXICO RAMAH AREA HUNTING RECREATIONAL SUB-DIVISION LODGE/CABIN OUTFITTERS HOME 2,763+ SELLING ABSOLUTE FRIDAY JUNE 6TH 10AM MST AUCTION LOCATION: Off Site- H att PIace Albuquerque Airport wv,,/.EIkHavenRanchAuction.com Questions - Info Preview Dates - Water Rights - Hunting Permits- Photos call or ook online 877-277-7572 on earning your Bachelors of Science degree in Biology from New Mexico State University! First Plague case reported in NM, United States in 2014 Submitted by NM DEPT of said Dr. Paul Ettestad, public lethargy and loss of appetite, one fatality, one human plague HEALTHSanta/re The New Mexico Depart- ment of Health (NMDOH) is reporting a case of plague in a 57-year-old man from Torrance County who is currently hospi- talized in critical condition. Confirmatory testing is being conducted at the NMDOH's Sci- entific Laboratory Division. This is the first human case of plague in New Mexico and in the United States this year. An environmental investigation will take place at the man's home to look for ongoing risk to others in the surrounding area. "An epidemio[ogic investi- gation and an environmental in- vestigation around the home of the plague case are being con- ducted by NMDOH staff to look for ongoing risk and to ensure the safety of the immediate fam- ily and neighbors," said Depart- ment of Health Secretary Retta Ward, MPH. "Staff will go door-to-door to neighbors near the case to inform them about plague found in the area and educate them on reducing their risk. Health care providers and others close to the patient who have been determined to have been exposed are taking preven- tive antibiotic therapy." Plague is a bacterial disease of rodents and is generally transmitted to humans through the bites of infected fleas, but can also be transmitted by di- rect contact with infected ani- mals, including rodents, wild- life and pets. "Plague cases have occurred every month of the year in New Mexico, but most cases usually occur in the summer months," This week at FUMC health veterinarian for the De- partment of Health. "It is espe- cially important now that it is warming up to take precautions to avoid rodents and their fleas which can expose you to plague. Pets that are allowdto roam and hunt can bring infected fleas from dead rodents back into the home, putting you ad your children at risk." To prevent plague, the De- partment of Health recommends: Avoid sick or dead ro- dents and rabbits, and their nests and burrows. -Keep your pets from roam- ing and hunting Talk to your veterinarian about using an appropriate flea control product on your pets as not all products are safe for cats. dogs, or your children. Clean up areas near the house where rodents could live, such as woodpiles, brush piles, junk and abandoned vehicles. Sick pets should be exam- ined promptly by a veterinar- ian. See your doctor about any unexplained illness involving a sudden and severe fever. Put hay, wood, and com- post piles as far as possible from your home. Don't leave your pet's food and water where mice can get to it. Symptoms of plague in hu- mans include sudden onset of fever, chills, headache, and weakness. In most cases there is a painful swelling of the lymph node in the groin, arm- 15it or neck areas. Plague symp- toms in cats and dogs are fever, Celebration of freedom to worship MICHAEL HOFACKETICLM On Memorial day, the flag should be flown at half-staff from sunrise until Noon. At Noon, the flag should be raised to its full position in honor of the nation's heroes. The National Moment of Remembrance encourages all Americans to pause wherever they are at 3 p.m. local, time on Memorial Day for a minute of si- lence to remember and honor the one million plus Ameanswh died in service to the nation: :.: : Please take time to give a prayer for the those who gave their lives so we may continue to be a free nation. Please also pray for the families of those brave men and women. Please join us this Sunday morning at 10:00 as we celebrate one of these freedom, the freedom to worship. We are First United Method- ist Church - - Open hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors. Decoration Day by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Sleep, comrades, sleep and rest On this Field of the Grounded Arms, Where foes no more molest, Nor sentry's shot alarms/ Ye have slept on the ground be- fore, And started to your feet At the cannon's sudden roar, Or the drum's redoubling beat. But in this cap of Dedth * No sound your slumbO" breaks; Here is no fevered breath, No wound that bleeds and aches. All is repose and peace, Untrampled lies the sod; The shouts of battle cease, It is the Truce of God/ Rest, comrades, rest and sleep/ The thoughts of men shall be As sentinels to keep Your rest from danger free. Your silent tents of green We deck with fragrant flowers; Yours has the suffering been, The memory shall be ours. There may be a swelling in the lymph node under the jaw. With prompt diagnosis and appropri- ate antibiotic treatment, the fa- tality rate in people and pets can be greatly reduced. Physicians who suspect plague should promptly report to NMDOH. In New Mexico, there were 4 human plague cases in 2013 with case in 2012, two human cases of plague in 2011, no cases in 2010, and six human cases of plague in 2009, one of them fatal. For more information, in- cluding fact sheets in English and Spanish, go to the Department of Health's website at: http:// archive.nmhealth.org/erd/ healthdata/plague.shtml Carolyn Paez's acrylic painting "Burning Brightly" New art, new season at the Hearst Church Submitted by GCAG/Silver City The Grant County Art Guild's Pinos Altos Art Gallery, located in the historic Hearst Church, is open for the season and is overflowing with beautiful and diverse fine arts and handcrafted items. The gal- lery is open from 9 a.m: till 5 p.m. on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and major holidays through October 5. There are three different featured artists showcasing their work at the Pinos Altos Art Gallery for four big days this holiday weekend. On Friday May 23 and Saturday May 24 the featured artist will be Carolyn Paez. The beautiful landscapes of the Southwest inspire Carolyn's paintings. She has worked in oils, acrylics, watercolors and more re- cently in pastels. Her pastel "Royal Mountain Majesty" took a rib- bon at the opening 'show for the gallery. - . , i3ofina Schmidt will be the featured artist on Sunday, May 25. Dom/a has shown her paintings for many years at this his{oric gaile'. Her work, in several mediums, reflects the lure of Southwest and the enchantment of our comer of New Mexico. Monday, May 26, is Memorial Day and an open day for the Pinos Altos Art Gallery. Mary Soule' will be the featured artist for the holi- day. Mary is a past "Best in Show" winner, and a versatile artist, working mostly in fabric arts but also in ceramics and sometimes photography. She is also the Guild historian and can tell you the history of the Hearst Church and the Grant County Art Guild. If you are a history buff, time spent with Mary will be time well spent! The Pinos Altos Art Gallery, located at 14 Golden Avenue in the quaint community of Pinos Altos, is just 7 miles from Silver City. There is never a charge to tour the gallery and both browsers and buyers are always welcome. For more information check out the Guild's website: www.gcag.org This is what we have in stock right now, These are NEW in the box. -- Mossberg Magte(h-22 ritte,( looks Nke a AR-15),comes xvith a ro dot scope & 100 rounds of 22 bullets, and liIe time guarantee, --AMT Scorpion-22 rifle , ( looks like a AR45), comes witl] 10t rounds of 22 btdlets and lile time guarantee, .= Mossberg model 500 Maverick 12ga pump shotgun xdth pistol gri 1 kit, litetime guarantee-S280 -- EAA Witness Protection, 40SB: cal., senti-auto pistol dth light rail li[etime guarantee-retail $51 I-SAI.E 5460 " SCCY-cpx-2, 9ram, double action, semi-auto pistol (great 1o concealed carry), lifetime guarantee -5280 --Taurus PT111 Millennium G2, 9ram, double action, semi.auh pistol (also great [0r concealed carryL lifetime guarantee -$375 $2os GoldhiU Outpost 1000 B]rchheld Street Lordsburg, NM \\;'e* 575-542-8865 1,we,,o We are right next to IJ)vo's Truck Stop c'omi.. ELECT Hidalgo County Sheriff Proven Leadership Proven Experience Proven Effective Supervision Law Enforcement NOT Politics ELECT ROBERT E. HALL ..,o..c..o,o... oN JUNE 3, 2014 HAPPY IRTHDA May 22, 1928 PP Lave us aLL!