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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, January 13, 2011 Page 5 Appalachian Strings at Country Cabin The Country Cabin, located in Norton on The Crooked Road Music Trail will feature Appalachian Strings on Saturday, January 15. Admission for the night is $5 for adults (12 and over) and $1 for children 2-11. Pepsi Cola, like most soda affected the value of the-gobd Each Saturday night, from pop was concoction made Up by old stuff. 7:30 pm to 10:30 pro, live mixing several different ingred- Pepsi Cola thermometer, bluegrass music from the best in ients together until the right taste round glass front, from /he local bands is featured. Dancing was achieved. Pepsi Cola was 1950's, with logo, (Drink Pelbsi Ice Cold) price range, $175- includes clogging, two-step, free- first discovered by a pharmacist style, broom dances and cakein North Carolina in:the 1890's. walks. It was first called 'Brad's Drink, Local musicians are welcome the pharmacist's name was to play halftime breaks. Bradham. About 1900 the name The Country Cabin is locatedwas changed to Pepsi Cola, with one and one-half miles west of the help of some other people Norton (between Norton and the soda pop survived. : Appalachia). Watch for signs. Today Pepsi Cola memor- ~' ' '' " Events at the Country Cabin abilia is second only to Coca papeiL,.label from the 1930~s~ ,- • :7 are sponsored by Appalachian Cola collectibles, some:Pepsi pric'erange$30-$50. ;~ANCIENT CIVILlZATIONS...Castlewood Elementary School's three first grades Traditions, Inc., a non-profit Cola items will bringas much as Prices for Pepsi Cola bottles organization. No alcohol is per- Coke advertising. All good old depend on the style of the bottle, )'have been studying the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome and the mitted, soda pop coilectlbles are hard to and theLcondition. Bottles that ˘ontributions each society has made to modern civilization. Students created For more information, call find. If you find the good stuff it are damaged or have turned projects showing the architectural features of Columns and arches. These projects 276-679-3541. cost big money. The recession whitd inside are worth much Jam sessions are held each that we have in no way has less. have been, on display at the school. This class is Gina Gullett's Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. Free -q-homeroom. , de itSa ioOn.welA/iomemUSicians and | * " " ' " ' '" i 7 l w;d' J Cell Phones for Soldiers and the Wise County Sheriff's Office kick Recip. by I :off cell phone collection drive in ::PIZZA MEATLOAF CUPS 1/3 cup butter, softened Wise County 1 egg, beaten ˝ cup pizza sauce '9 'A cup seasoned bread eikmbs ˝ teas. Italian seasoning 2 1 ˝ lbs. ground beef 1 ˝ cups shredded moz- Zarella cheese ' Combine egg, pizza sauce, I read crumbs and Italian sea- snoning. Crumble beef over mix- and mix well. Divide More than 150,000 troops are serving overseas and are away from their families. Cell Phones for Soldiers, and Wise County Sheriff's Office are calling on all Americans to support for these brave men and women by donating your unused cell phones. Cell Phones for Soldiers hopes to collect over 1 million cell phones this year to help keep troops connected with their families. "Over the past few years, we have been amazed by the generosity of others. But, we have also seen the need to support our troops continue," says Brittany Bergquist, Cell Phones for "Soldiers co-founder. "It is easy for Americans to make a small sacrifice of support by donating their unused cell phones, and providing families with a much-needed connection to their loved ones overseas." Local residents can support the collection drive by donating their phones at the Wise County Sheriff's Offiqe, 224 Water Street SE, Wise, VA (Located behind the Courthouse) (276) 328-3566 "We're proud to show our support for U.S. soldiers, and to contribute to a worthy cause like Cell Phones for Soldiers," says Sheriff Ronnie Oakes. Cell Phones .for Soldiers was founded by teenagers Robbie and Brittany Bergquist from Norwell, Mass., with $21 of their own money. Since then, the registered 501©(3) non-profit organization has raised millions of dollars in donations and serve extended tours of duty." 'Through increased fundrais- ing efforts, the Bergquist family hopes to raise more than $10 million in the next five years to fund new programs, such as, providing video phones and prepaid service to allow troops abroad to see their families on a regular basis. The donated phones are sent to ReCellular, which pays Cell Phones for Soldiers to each phone - the money is used to purchase prepaid calling cards which are sent to troops. Approximately half of the phones ReCeilular processes are reconditioned and resold to wholesale companies in over 40 countries around the world. Phones and components that cannot be refurbished are dismantled and recycled to reclaim materials, including: • Gold, silver and platinum from circuit boards • Copper wiring from phone chargers • Nickel, iron, cadmium and lead from battery packs • Plastic from phone cases and accessories distributed millions of prepaid calling cards to soldiers serving overseas. "We are continuously over- whelmed by the enthusiastic support of thousands of Ameri- cans who have helped our troops speak with their loved ones," says the teen's father, Bob Bergquist. "However, the need for support keeps growing as more troops are sent to the Middle East or are asked to A VDOT Tip for Driving in Snowy Weather Contact Virginia's toll- free Highway Helpline (1-800-367-ROAD) to ob- tain information about Virginia's statewide tra- vel conditions. A VDOT Tip for Driving in Snowy Weather Do not use cruise control. You should maintain manual control over your car's speed during snow or ice. To activate the cruise control on most automobiles, the vehicle must maintain a speed of 30 to 35 miles per hour, which may not be ap- propriate for the weather conditions. Also, most people disengage the cruise control by using the brake, and braking should be kept to a minimum during snowy and conditions. $225, Several different Pepsi thermometers were made from the 1930's to the 1960's, size about 7x27 inches, with different desig~s~.price range, $100-$200. Many 01d Pepsi bottles from the 19 l~'s are in demand, embossed, price.range, $50-$70, the 12 oz. m Tri-County Tire Service (276-762-9501) (276-762-9591) 16618 East Riverside Dr. St.Pa vVa 24283 Mon.-Fd.. 8 am-5pm Sat. 8am-lprn I IIk .I III 1 Show how much you love your little Valentine by publishing his or her picture in our VALENTINE EDITION, FEBRUARY 10. Bring or mail a clear& White or Color photo of your child or grandchild. The picture wi[[ be published a heart as shown, along with the child's name & age, parents' name and the names of both sets of grandparents, if desired• The cost is only$15.00 (Must be paid in advance) ,";t tEISA SWEE'f'IE 3 yems |~;t feb I S M'?. ;ltld Mr:;. R,U. Swcctlc (; r ar~d p,,rc~ t,,; Mr. and ,M:~. We R. Swcc;ie ',Ir~- [ma Sug:~rpl,,m~ m m m / mill n m m / m ~m m 1 lail to: CI,INCtl VAI,LEY "I'IMES VAIA!;NTINE • ")˘ p.o. Box 817 St. ! aul, VA 24283 Child's N/uric l).ll-ell [s age Grandparents I HURRY! I DEADLINE I': FOR THIS !1 FEATURE .IS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1 B tween 12 greased muffin cups; 1 jar seedless raspberry jam Topping: 1 pkg. vanilla or white chips 1-8 oz. cream cheese, softened 2 tbsp. milk ˝ cup semi-sweet chocolate chips 2 tbsp. butter Combine cake mix, egg and butter until crumbly. Press into a greased baking pan. Bake 350° for 8-10 minutes. Cool. Spread jam over crust. In a microwave, melt vanilla chips; stir until smooth. In a mixing bowl, beat cream cheese and milk until smooth Add melted chips; mix well. Carefully spread over jam. Melt chocolate chips and butter; stir until smooth. Drizzle over cream cheese layer. CHURCH SUPPER SPAGHETTI 1 lb. ground beef 1 large onion, chopped 1 green pepper, chopped 1 can. (14, ˝oz.) can diced tomatoes, undrained 1 cup water 2 tbsp. chili powder 1-10 oz. pkg. frozen corn, thawed 1-10 oz. pkg. frozen peas, thawed 1 can (4 oz.) mushroom stems and pieces, drained salt and pepper to taste !-12 oz. spaghetti, cooked and drained 2 cups shredded cheese Cook beef, onion and green pepper over medium heat until meat is no longer pink. Drain. Add tomatoes, water and chili powder. Cover and simmer for 30 minutes. Add the corn, peas and mushrooms, salt and pepper. Stir in spaghetti. Layer half of the mixture in a greased 4 qt. baking dish; sprinkle with 1 cup cheese; repeat layers. Bake 350° uncovered for 20-25 minutes. ~dess onto the bottom and up the es. Fill center with cheese. Bake 375° un01 meat is no long- er pink. Serve with additional pizza sauce if desired. These can be frozen for up to 3 months. CHERRY BARS 1 cup butter, softened 2 cups sugar 4 eggs 1 teas. vanilla % teas. almond extract 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 teas. salt 2 cans ,(21 oz. each) cherry pie filling Cream butter and sugar. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Beat in the extracts. Combine flour and salt; add to creamed mixture. Mix just until combined. Spread 3 cups batter into a greased 15xl0xl inch baking pan. Spread with pie filling. Drop the remaining batter by teaspoonfuls over filling. Bake 350° 30-35 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean. Cool. Combine: 1 cup confectioner's sugar I teas. vanilla 2 to 3 tablespoons milk • Mix and drizzle over bars. Makes 5 dozen. CHOCOLATE RASPBERRY BARS I devil's food cake mix 1 egg Don't exceed the speed limit! Be especially careful at intersections which have no traffic lights! Observe stop signs! ton COUCH- .r HO IE MEDICAL |]] ;| C \276-762-0146 "lton Our pharmacy will compete with the big boys! 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