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Friday, Feb. 13, 1998

Renshaw, Wilson plan March wedding

Ken and Suzanne Wilson of Sanger, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Summer Diane, to Kevin Eugene Renshaw, son
of Butch and Marcia Renshaw of Pecos.

The bride to be is a 1996 graduate of Sanger High School and
attended North Central Texas College and Midland Junior
College. Her grandparents are Gene and Bobbie Montgomery of
Sanger, Warren and Mary Ware of Lewisville and Billy J.
Wilson of North Carolina.

The prospective groom is a 1995 graduate of Pecos High
School. He attended Universal Technical Institute in
Phoenix, Ariz. and graduated in 1996. He is currently
employed by Triangle Mechanical in Dallas. He is the
grandson of Jacque Renshaw and the late V.C. Renshaw of
Pecos, and Linnie Reznik of Carlsbad, N.M.

The wedding is planned for March 21, at the First Baptist
Church in Sanger with Dr. E.L. McNeal officiating.

Side stitches can be relieved

Stitches, sharp pains that develop in the abdomen when
running, have ruined many a workout, but a few simple steps
can chase them from your training routine.

"You don't have to be a runner to experience stitches," said
David Brennan, an exercise physiologist at Baylor College of
Medicine in Houston. "Anyone who participates in activities
that involve jogging or running knows stitches can develop
without warning and cause significant discomfort. Breathing
techniques can relieve the pain."

Brennan recommends exhaling with force with every stride.

"If the stitch is on the right side of the abdomen, push
your breath out when your left foot hits the ground, and use
the opposite approach if the pain is on the left side," he
said. "It's also helpful to breathe more with your stomach
muscles, contracting them in and out with each breath."

To help prevent stitches, Brennan suggests strengthening
your abdominal muscles and gradually increasing the
intensity and duration of your workouts.

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