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CLINCHVAL L EY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, Ma y 3, 2 007 page fi THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER / cans to go around. Prince Albert range, : $75-$100. Antonella, pocket ifi, and Velvet pocket tins are still very rare, price, made fairly easy to find and at a fair Anthony Kleiner, Grand Rapids, price. , It was only a few years ago Michigan, price range, $200- that the scarce ones could be :tt ---Collecting old tobacco rifle, or to put bait in to 99 1 pocket tins can be fun andfishing. rewarding, now it seems there A few examples of pnces of are more collectors than tobacco hard to fred tins, Abby, made;byl Tucket Company, price " $225. Bagdad, two types, list, found with ease, things have price, $80-$100". Bambifao, changed now, only the common pocket tin, shows Babe RUth tins are still around. In the old swinging a ball bat, one of the 71 days when the good cans were most rare tins, made in Noith plentiful, folks would throw Carolina, price, $1,000-$1,100 them away when the tobaccomaybe more in mintcondition: was depleted. Some tins wereTobacco pocket tins in m intl condition will bring a top from a. used to store buttons, or MISS ST. PAUL Britta-whatever, and they did make a collector of tobacco memorab-: nyCulbertson, the daugh- good target to try out that new ilia. ter of Shelia and Dwight PTK inducts new members at Salyer and Burrell Cui- -. Volunteers are shown unloading the truck from Houston County, Geor a bertson, Jr was selected Mountain Empire I!S gi c.h e Miss St. Paul during the mall Geor a urch snds food, clothing p,go-,s Paul High Recently, Phi Theta Kappa AflerEngland'spresentati0n, School on Saturday, April (PTK) at Mountain Empire inductees repeated an oath of i:: t W1Sev C dy Community College grew a bit membership and signed the PTK . and other essentials o ounty's nee 2s. The 16-year-old m a larger with the induction of new membership book. New mem- e :! oustonf sulted in e de " ry Spirit Our goal is to encourage sophomore at SPHS. In members at a special ceremony bers who attended the special: A truck from H " " " " r " addition to the title, Cub held in Fugate Auditorium on ceremony were Thomas Boy'd ' " lied into St. 6,000 items on Friday. Prio to and help the churches m tills ,Counlb, Georgia, ro " " e . . . campus. PTK was established in Baty, Christina LeeAnn Blanken, -'Paul on Friday, April 27, deli- the dehvery of these Items, m area of Vtrgmla reach out to bertson won the Sports- 1918 as a national honor society Leanna G. Darnell, Sheila Ann -.vering nearly 8,000 pounds of group had mailed lap blankets, meet the needs of the people wear Trophy and the for two-year colleges, and is part Hamblin, Randall Edward .':food, personal care/hygiene sweat shirt jackets and personal and in doing so, glorify God. Sponsor Trophy for her of the Alpha Delta Psi chapter at Lawson, Victoria Shea ShuIer, items, clothing and bedding for care items to a Coeburn nursing We want none of the cr it for group. MECC. The hallmarks of the Shannon Turue Stacey, Melissa ='the needy in the area. This home in February, 2007~,this mission. We wouldn t have society are service, leadership, Ann Stanley, Michelle Lee --:donation came from the Elko- The Rev. Tom Teate said, I started this mission if God Snow-Grovania United Metho- know this mission is part of hadn't placed the need in our MECC offers the and scholarship. Sullivan, and Cheryl,Knn At the induction ceremony, Wolford. ' : dist Church Charge as part of what God is doing to let people hearts. I hope that all the guest speaker Robert England Other new PTK memb rs know how much He loves them. churches will work to reach the Influence Index: addressed terrorism in today's include Jenny Lynn Carter, - their mission program. This Our efforts are guided, inspired needy with ,the intent of small Church Charge, whichhas society. England, who is an Amber Lanae Colley, Stacey F approximately 30 active mere- and empowered by the Holy glorifying God Increasing a Associate Professor of Criminal Denise Dingus, Sherrie Lyma [ Justice at MECC, spoke about Herron, Remona S. Jacks0n, . bers, raised over $5,000 to fund ' Leader's True the goal of terrorism, which is to Joseph Steven Lane, Ola Marie -i this mission W2aat started out as a per- t ,O0 Value different acts of terrorism in- Courtney Lynn Stidham, and -" sonal project for Carolyn Harri- # force change. He discussed the Mellons, Brittany Kara Rose; son turned into a mission project,i Join 80,000 business pro- eluding bombings, arsons, Nasrin Yazdanpanah. ,", :: for her Church Charge and local fessionals across North Amer= assassinations, hijackings, kid- These members met all -: community. "I've always had a desire to i ica for one amazing day of nappings, and even minor acts requirements of PTKwhichl leadership development. Corn- such as certain types of graffiti, include enrolling in an associate help the needy, and when I SALSA STRIPS cucumbers. Sprinkle with lemon ing live via simulcast on England stressed that it is not degree program, completing" at retired in June, 2006, I started I can refrigerated crescent pepper. came interested in helping and was an inspiration, especially with her knowledge of the area and the needs of the local searching for an area where I rolls thought I could help and make a 2 tbsp. Dijon mustard PEANUT BUTTER small difference in the lives of % cup salsa POPCORN BARS some of the needy. Through1 cup shredded mozzarella 10 cups poppedpopcorn -research, I found the area of cheese cup sugar Wise County, Virginia. I have a minced fresh cilantro cup light corn syrup very good friend, Bonnie Gray, Unroll crescent roll dough cup peanut butter who I knew was from Virginia. I and separate into 4 rectangles. cup vanilla contacted her and much to my Place on greased baking sheet. Place popcorn in a large surprise found out she was from Sprea mustard and salsa on howl; set aside. In a saucepan Coeburn, Virginia. She put me each rectangle. Bake 350 de- over medium heat bring sugar in touch with Rev. D. J. Couch grees for 10 minutes. Sprinkle and corn syrup to a boil; stirring at Dry Fork Free Will Baptist, with cheese. Bake 8-10 minutes constantly. Boil One minute. Church, and he gave me some longer or until golden brown. Remove from the heat. Stir in ideas of things I could help with Cool for 10 minutes. Cut each peanut butter and vanilla; mix on a personal basis," Harrison into 4 strips. Sprinkle with well. Pour over popcorn and mix said. She added, "Bonnie be- cilantro, until well coated. Press into a buttered pan. Cool slightly be- fore cutting. CUCUMBER PITA WEDGES 1-8 oz. cream cheese, softened 2 tbsp. Italian salad dressing mix 4 whole pita breads I to 2 cucumbers, peeled and cut into I/8 inch slices people. My pastor, Tom Teate, presented the idea to the church members as 'personal' mission project. Our original thought was that we would deliver 200- Friday, May 11 to Mountain Empire Community College's Goodloe Center is the Influ- ence Index: Increasing a Leader's True Value. The event will take place from 8 a,m. to 5 p.m. Featured speakers include: Terry,Bradshaw, four-time SuperBowl-winning quarter- ! 0fick; Herman B'done, -coach 300 items. By word-of-mouth, lemon-pepper seasoning our small idea kept growing and Beat cream cheese and salad others became interested in dressing mix until combined. helping with the project--which Split pita breads in half. Spread cream cheese mixture over pita Water report bread; cut into wedges. Top with whose inspirational story was captured in the movie Rem- ember the Titans; John C. Maxwell, best-selling leader- ship author; Tim Sanders, former chief officer at Yahoo; Malcolm Gladwell, analyst and best-selling author; Jackie Freiberg, best-selling author; Mark Sanborn, best-selling RAISIN FINGER author of The Fred Factor; Bill SANDWICHES Strickland, social innovator; I-8 oz. cream cheese, and Ken Blanchard, best- softened selling management author. cup mayonnaise For more information, cup chopped pecans contact Chris Statues at (276) 10 slices raisin bread 431-2206 or John Kilgore at Beat cream cheese and may- (276) 386-2525. onnaise until smooth. Stir in pe- cans. Spread over 5 slices of bre- ad. Top with remaining bread. Cut each sandwich into 3 strips. MOTORISTS: Stop for Pedestrians in the Library Crosswalk-- It's the law! FREE Classes FREE Assessment GED Preparation Targeted Instruction Convenient Times and Locations I For more informaUon call: 1-866-581-9935 how people look that is least 12 semester hours of important, but what they do that college-level work with a really matters when determining cumulative grade point average what may be suspicious in terms of 3.5 or higher, and enjoying of terrorism, full rights of citizenshiP. SPHS Alumni Association Reunion The SPHS Alumni Association is having a reunion for "ALL" classes and individuals that graduated or attended St. Paul High School from 1923 to 2007 on Bowman Field (in case of inclement weather SPS Cafeteria will be used). See website: http://www. spdeacs.org for on line registration and details. St. Paul High School "All School Years Reunion" informal catered dinner is Saturday, June 2, 2007, 3 00 pm to 7:00 pm as follows: 3:00 pm - Sign in, verify your voting ballot for new Alumni Board members, name tags and any other alumni business matters. 4:00 pm - Reception, visit, mix and mingle until 5:00 pm 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm - Informal catered dinner. Alter dinner, the fun continues at AR Matthews Park with "free live band" music and dancing to the oldies with The Collegians, and other festival activities at Clinch River Days. For a complete line up of Clinch River Days weekends events, click on http://clinchriverfestival.com then click under "events." Saint Paul High School Alumni Association June 2, 2007 Reunion Dinner Registration Form Please "PRINT" all information Full Name: (include maiden name if applicable) Mailing Address: City, state and zip code: Graduation Year or Years attended SPHS: E-mail address (lst priority communication when possible) Phone: How many will be attending reunion? Total amount enclosed ($25.00 per person) Make checks payable to "SPHS 2007 Reunion" *Please don't delay, help by sending this form with your check before May 12, 2007. SPHS Alumni Association, Inc. PO Box 516 St. Paul, Virginia 24283 available at Town Hall The Town of St. Paul would like to inform its citizens that the 2006 Consumer Confidence Water Report is available at the Town Hall during normal business hours. Southwest Regional Adult Education