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CABBAGE-TOMATO CASSEROLE 5 cups cabbage, coarsely shredded 1 cup drained canned tomatoes, or 2 cups fresh, peeled, cut up tomatoes cup tomato juice cup chopped onion cup crushed saltine crackers 1% teas. salt 1/8 teas. pepper cup grated American cheese Steam cabbage until tender. Drain. Arrange cabbage, tomatoes and tomato juice in layers in a buttered casserole. Top with chopped onion and cracker crumbs. Season with salt and pepper; cover and bake 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Remove cover and bake 10 minutes longer. Top with cheese and bake 5 minutes or until cheese is melted and bubbly.  BROCCOLI AND BEAN ". CASSEROLE " 2-10 oz. pkg. chopped frozen ,i broccoli 2 pkgs. large lima beans :: 1 can mushroom soup "- 1 (8 oz.) sour cream 1 can sliced water chestnuts 1 envelope dry onion soup ? mix 1 stick butter, melted : 4 cups crispy rice cereal Mix broccoli, lima beans, soup, sour cream, water chest- nuts and dry soup mix in a large bowl. Pour into casserole dish. Mix butter and cereal together. 'i Pour over vegetables. Bake 350 degrees for 1 hour. CHERRY-CHOCOLATE COBBLER ', ' 1 cups all-purpose flour cup sugar ,, 2 teas. baking powder teas. salt 4 tbsp. butter, cut into small pieces 1-6 oz. pkg. semi-sweet chocolate chips cup milk 1 egg 1-21 oz. can cherry pie filling cup finely chopped nuts Combine flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and butter; cut with a pastry blender until the crumbs are the size of large peas. Melt the chocolate chips. Let cool to room temperature. Add the milk and egg to the melted chocolate and mix well. Blend the chocolate into the flour mixture. Spread the cherry pie filling in the bottom ofa 2 quart casserole. Drop the chocolate batter ran- domly over the cherries. Sprin- kle the nuts over top. Bake 350 degrees for 40 to 45 minutes until top is golden. Serve hot. MOLASSES RAISIN NUT CAKE 2/3 cup butter 1 cup brown sugar cup molasses 2 eggs, beaten 1 cup sour milk 1 teas. baking soda 2 cups flour 2 teas. baking powder 1 teas. cinnamon teas. cloves 1 cups seedless raisins cup chopped walnuts Dissolve sour milk and soda together. Set aside. Cream butter with sugar, then add molasses, eggs and sour milk. Mix and sift flour, baking powder, cinnamon and cloves. Add to this dry mixture the nuts and raisins. Then combine these dry in.gredients with the first mixture. Bake in 3 layers or bundt pan. Bake 375 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes. This is good with a caramel sauce spread over it. SPHS to host Future Stars boys' basketball toumament 2/6 & 7 St. Paul High School will host the fourth annual Future Stars youth boys' basketball tournament February 6 and 7. Divisions will include fourth and fifth grades, and sixth and seventh grades. The tournament will be open to the first eight teams in each division, and-the cost will be $100 per team. Each team is guaranteed three games, and a discount will be offered to groups entering teams in both divisions. For more information, call Patrick Damron at 276-328- 8913 or 276-219-7964. What Tree Is That? booklet fromthe Arbor Day Foundation makes it easier to identify trees in Virginia The Arbor Day Foundation is offering a fun and easy-to-use tree identification booklet that will help people identify trees in a simple, step-by-step process. What Tree Is That? features advanced, hand-drawn botanical illustrations highlighting the distinctive characteristics of many tree species. Recreational and professional arborists alike have called this pocket field guide one of the most user friendly resources to have at their fingertips. Its beautiful, full-color illustrations are in precise detail to depict natural colors, shapes, and textures, s,:, users can make a positive species identification in just a few easy steps. The Arbor Day Foundation now offers this booklet to help people identify trees in Virginia and throughout the Eastern and Central regions of the United States. What Tree Is That? uses a unique step-by-step approach to identify the species of each tree. From explaining what to look for in the shape of the leaves and differences in the leaf stems and twig structures to specifics on the fruits and flowers, and the details of buds and bark. "What Tree Is That? is a wonderful resource to help people identify trees so that they will be able to better appreciate them," said John Rosenow, chief executive and founder of the Arbor Day Foundation. "The educational mission of the Arbor Day Foundation is to help people enjoy and appreciate trees, and we feel our pocket field guide will do just that." What Tree Is That? is also available as an online interactive version at The Arbor Day Foundation offers this unique, one-of-a-kind online tool so people can identify trees using the internet. To obtain a tree identification guide in full color, send your name and address and $5 for each guide to What Tree Is ThatL Arbor Day Foundation, Nebraska City, NE 68410. You can also order the book online at 1-888-EMT-H ERO Finance Your Garage! 90 Days No Monthly Payments & No Interest If Paid Within 90 Days! r uildina Siz L%nthh lllltN I Illl/lll |'lllll llNlllllll |l $'lEl$ Igll t'll[lllel Illll$1l Ill[iltlm I 'lMllk?It'llll [llYJil Pll Dllll| Ill;l,I p00'w a,, ..... " ']`'l ........ ,-00..0000Buildings, U Barn  ,:,,/-'"','., &, | J ECONOMICAL AFFORDABLE O._UALITY 1-877-434-3133 wwgl.cbst I tic t Ltresirlc.col]l THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER : i,, CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, January 14, 2010 Page $ The Buffalo or Indian Head nickel, minted from 1913-1938, was designed by James Fraser. Fraser used three different Indians as models. There were two types of these five cent pieces minted in 1913. The first one shows the Buffalo standing on a mound. That year the coin was redesigned with the Buffalo standing on a straight line. The first type of the 1913 Buffalo nickel, grade good, has a price range of $7-$8, grade very fine $154-$18, MS-60 $45- $50; 1913-D grade fine $18- $20, MS-60 $70-$75, 1913-S scarce in any grade, very fine $60-$65, MS-60 $120-$130. 1913 type two, 1913-P, grade fine, price range $10-$12, MS- 60 $30-$35; 1913-D Buffalo five cents, grade very fine $175- $200, MS-60 $250-$275; 1913- S very fine $450-$500, grade MS-60 $225-$250; 1914-D, grade fine $125-$150, MS-60 $400-$50; 192 I-S scarce date, grade fine $175-$200, MS-60 price over one thousand dollars. Common dates from 1920-1937, grade good to very good, $1-$2, higher grade, priced accord- ingly. There seems to be more interest in the Buffalo nickel than in the Jefferson five cents. To put together a set of Jeffer- son nickels would be far easier than the Buffalo set. The pro- blem with the Buffalo nickels is that the date was up flush. This makes some dates very rare and expensive. Rare dates of the Buffaloes have gone up in value much like all other coins, except gold and silver coins. Dominion moves forward with Pennsylvania Gas utility sale Dominion (NYSE: D) has decided to continue with the sale of Dominion Peoples to Peoples Hope Gas Companies (PH Gas). The company had planned to sell Dominion Hope to PH Gas as well, but the West Virginia Public Service Commission denied the application for sale in an order issued December 22. The sale of the western Pennsylvania natural gas utility to PH Gas, a subsidiary of SteelRiver Infrastructure Fund North America, was approved by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission on November 19. The sales price is $780 milfion, adjusted for changes in working capital and levels of capital expenditures, and closing is expected in the first quarter of 2010. The sale is neutral to Dom- inion's 2010 operating earnings per share outlook provided on its last earnings call. Dominion Hope will rejoin Dominion East Ohio to make up Dominion's natural gas distri- bution business within Dominion Energy, the natural gas segment which also includes natural gas production, transmission and storage. Dominion Peoples serves about 359,000 residences and businesses in Pennsylvania from The Christmas Tree exhibit at the Oxbow Center includes this tree decorated by Dante Lives On. its headquarters in Pittsburgh. Dominion Hope serves about 114,000 residences and businesses in West Virginia from its headquarters in Clarksburg, W. Va. Dominion is one of the 1 180o ) FED-INFO nation's largest producers and transporters of energy, with a portfolio of more than 27,500 megawatts of generation, I: 1 trillion cubic feet equivalent of proved natural gas reserves, 14,000 miles of natural gas transmission, gathering and storage pipeline and 6,000 miles of electric transmission lines. Dominion operates the nation's largest natural gas storage system with 975 billion cubic feetof storage capacity and serves retail energy customers in 12 states. For more information Tri-County Tire Service about Dominion, visit the company's Web site at 16618 East Riverside Dr. St. Paul, VA Wise County [ 1 Public Library I "'"" ..... Library Crosswalk workshop The Wise County Public Library, Wise, has issued an invitation to the public to attend a genealogy workshop with the Wise County Historical Society and genealogical team from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The focus of the workshop will be on the website, how to use local resources at both the historical society and the public library and how better to orga- nize information previously gathered in order to be a more effective researcher. The work- shop will be held Saturday, January ! 6, from i I a.m.-1 p.m. The website is sponsored by FamilySearch, the largest genea- logy organization in the world. This site is similar to other genealogy websites, but is com- pletely free and provides access to existing research in over 70 countries and the Family His- tory Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don't miss this rare oppor- tunity to have hands-on assis- tance with genealogy research and to learn best practices for genealogical research. Space will be limited to only 20 par- ticipants, so call 276-328-8061 to reserve your space today. A second workshop will be sche- duled to accommodate additio- nal participants, if needed. GED Puzzle by Karen Gent Answers to GED Trivia Puzzle Across:. 3. GED 5. graduate 8. poetry 10. Simpson 14. Amos 15. geography 16. Jennings 17. physics Down: I. algebra 2. college 4. drama 6. essay 7. pass 9. Thomas 11. math 12.job 13. Rock 15. geometry 18. 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