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:REMEMBER THE GOOD OLD DAYS...On the left is George DingUs, third great grandfather of Mary Ann Post and brother to Catherine Dingus. Pictured also is Margaret Addington. On the right is James Dingus. He is the great-great- grandson of Catherine Dingus and Alexander Greear. A honor service for James and Catherine was held May 18 at the old Bush Mill in Nickelsville. Good food and a great time was had by all. A marker was placed in honor of Catherine beside her parents memorial in Wood, VA. Catherine and George are the children of Phillip Dingus and Nancy Anna McConnell. Great-grandparents are William Dingus and Anna Maria Kelker and Immagrant George McConnell and Regina Grunwauid. James Dingus is a cousin to Mary Ann Post. Cooking with Mildred... CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, June 20, 2013 Page 5 Do you know anyone who served aboard the USS Intrepid? -Search Underway to Find Former USS Intrepid Crew Members from the outh for Special Homecoming Weekend- August 16, 2013 will mark 11), was one of the most suc- the 70 th Anniversary of the Commissioning of the U.S.S. Intrepid (CVS-I1), the World War If-era Essex class aircraft carrier that is now home to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City. To mark the occasion, Intrepid is putting out a coast-to-coast "all call" for former USS Intrepid crew members, including those vho live in our area, to be re- united in a special Homecoming Weekend from August 16 to 18. To learn more about this weekend and for registration information, former crew mem- bers and their family members can visit http://www.intrepidmuseum.org/ fcm70.aspx. The homecoming weekend will feature a special ceremony marking the 70 m Anniversary of lntrepid's Commissioning, on August 16 at 1 l:00 a.m. at which time former crew members will reunite and share stories, of their tours of duty. Throughouq the weekend, the museum willpffer guided tours of the ship and behind-the-scenes curator-led tours of their museum collection storage facility. For some former crew members, this will be the first time they have been aboard their beloved ship since the completion of their service. The Intrepid's homecoming weekend is open to the public, and will feature programs and events specifically .tailored for former crew members and their families. Entrance to the mus- eum will be free of charge for former crew members and their family members. Now a museum ship and national historic landmark the aircraft carrier Intrepid (CVS- cessful and stalwart ships in US history, serving in the Pacific during World War I1, when it was hit by five Kamikaze attacks but refused to sink, and nicknamed "the Ghost Ship" by the Japanese. Intrepid later served three tours of duty off Vietnam and in submarine surveillance in the North Atlantic during the Cold War. She was also one of the primary recovery vessels for NASA during the Mercury and Gemini Space Missions, and retrieved astronauts Scott Carpenter and Gus Grissom after their respective Earth orbits am splashdowns in the Pacific. Don't exceed the speed limit! Be especially careful at intersections which have no traffic lights! Observe stop signs! New downloadable items at tile N Reczpes by M00,ex,00 Habert CORN DIP 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese 1 can (11 oz.) yellow and white whole kernel corn, drained 1 can Mexicorn, drained' 4 oz. pepper jack cheese, shredded cup chopped green onion 1 can (4 oz.) chopped green chilies 1 jalapeno pepper, seeded and chopped A cup mayonnaise cup sour cream 1/8 teas sugar tortilla or corn chips Combine cheese, corn, Mexi- corn, pepper jack, green onion, green chilies, jalapeno pepper. In a bowl, combine mayonnaise, sour cream and sugar; stir into corn mixture. Cover and refrig- erate overnight. Sprinkle with additional green onions. Serve with chips. CREAMY GRAPE SALAD 1-(8 oz.) cream cheese, softened 1 cup sour cream 1/3 cup sugar 2 teas vanilla 2 lbs. seedless red grapes 2 lbs. seedless green grapes 3 tbsp. brown sugar 3 tbsp. chopped pecans Beat cream cheese, sour cream, sugar and vanilla until ed 1 lb. red potatoes, quartered 1 cup flesh baby carrots 1 beef roast - 3 to 4 lbs. cup dijon mustard ' 2 teas. dried rosemary, crush- 1 teas. garlic salt teas. dried thyme teas. pepper I/3 cup chopped onion 1 cup beef broth Place potatoes and carrots in a slow-cooker. Cut roast in half. In a small bowl, combine mus- tard, rosemary, garlic salt, thyme and pepper; rub over roast. Place in slow cooker; top with onion and broth. Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours or until meat and vegetables are tender. APPLE PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES cup shortening ',5 cup chunky peanut butter cup sugar :t/=eupiacked bro?0 m sugar : ! egg , , teas. vanilla 1 cups all,purpose flour teas. baking soda teas. salt teas. ground cinnamon cup grated peeled apple In a bowl, cream shortening, peanut butter and sugars until light and fluffy. Beat in egg and vanilla. Combine the dry ingred- ients; gradually add to creamed blended. Add grapes and toss to mixture and mix well. Stir in coat. Put in a serving bowl. apple. Drop by rounded table- Cover and refrigerate until serv- spoonfuls 2 inch apart onto a ing. Sprinkle with brown sugar greased baking sheet. Bake in a and pecans just before serving. 375 oven for approximately 10- 12 minutes or until golden POT ROAST brown. NOTICE: Stop for any school bus loading or unloading children! 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If using a mobile device such as a tablet or smart phone, you must first download Library both the Zinio app and the One Clock Digital app. The service is compatible with several tablets and smart phones; visit the Zinio link to view them. 2) OneClickDigital allows you to download audio books to your desktop or mobile device. You must first download the OneClickDigital app to mobile devices, and set up an account using your library card number. For now, these are titles that are in public domain. If you click on Help, there are several tutorials you can watch. If you go to Advanced Search, you ' can search by different methods, including by genre. Helping families achieve the dream of homeownership by Secretary Vilsack United States Department of Agriculture Throughout the month of June, USDA will celebrate National Hameownership Month with a renewed commitment to providiflg'safe, affordable hous- ing in our small towns and rural communities. Our theme for this year's Homeownership Month is "Bringing Rural America Home". When families can find a good place to live in rural America, they'll stay there. They'll invest in their com- munity and help create new economic growth. Ultimately, this strengthens rural communities and small towns, helping to boost popu- lation and create new opport- unity. By providing access to affordable, safe housing, we don't just help American famil- ies-we help make rural com- munities a great place to call home. These efforts also create good jobs in the short term and boost the economy. Industry estimates how that the con- struction of a new home creates economic benefits that support up to three new jobs. The sale of an existing home creates economic benefits as well - contributing nearly $60,000 to the U.S. economy. Under the .Obama Admini- stration, USDA has helped more than 650,000 American families achieve the dream of homeown- ership. We have also taken new steps to help families hit esp- ecially hard during the recession. USDA created a new initiative - the Rural Refinance Pilot Pro- gram - that has helped more than 5,500 homeowners refin- ance their mortgage at lower rates. Earlier this year, USDA expanded this initiative from 19 to 34 states in an effort to provide assistance for more families. USDA's record work to provide rural housing assistance is just one part of the Obama Administration's comprehensive plan to revitalize the rural economy. This month, we will also keep doing all we can to help Congress get a multi-year Food, Farm and Jobs Bill done to support our efforts. This is important because a wide range of 2008 Farm Bill programs that provide assistance to rural Am- erica will expire this September. A long-term, comprehensive Food, Farm and Jobs Bill is critical for USDA's efforts to create new opportunity in rural areas. 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