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Cooking with Mildred... Recipes by Mildred Hdbert PINEAPPLE ORANGE SALAD 1 large can crushed pine- apple 1 pkg. orange jello 1 small pkg. cream cheese, softened pt. heavy cream, whipped 1 cup finely chopped celery 2 oranges, cut up 1 cup chopped pecans Heat pineapple to boiling; dissolve jello and cream cheese in hot mixture. Cool until it begins to thicken. Add remain- ing ingredients; chill until firm. ORANGE-GLAZED PORK CHOPS 4 pork chops 2 tbsp. margarine salt and pepper to taste 2 tbsp. brown sugar 2 tbsp. orange marmalade 1 tbsp. vinegar cup orange juice Trim fat from chops. Heat margarine in skillet and brown chops on both sides. Season with salt and pepper. Combine re- maining ingredients; pour over chops. Cover. Simmer 50 min- utes or until tender. During last 15 minutes, baste chops with sauce and uncover so sauce will thicken. SQUASH CASSEROLE 6 med. yellow squash, sliced _ teas. pepper ............ THE COLLECTOR'S teas. salt -- 1 egg, well beaten cup milk 1 can cream of mushroom soup cup finely chopped onion cup finely chopped green pepper 1 cup grated cheese 8 saltines, crushed Boil squash until tender; drain. Combine all ingredients except a small amount of cheese and crackers. Pour into casser- ole. Sprinkle with crackers and reserved cheese. Bake in a 350 degree oven uncovered for approximately 30 minutes until brown on top. APPLE CRISP 6 cooking apples, peeled and sliced or diced cup orange juice 1 cup sugar tsp. cinnamon 3/, cup flour tsp. salt 6 tbsp. butter Arrange apples in a greased baking dish; pour orange juice over apples. Combine cup sugar and cinnamon. Sprinkle over apples. Combine flour, remaining sugar and salt; cut in butter until mixture is crumbly. Spoon over apples. Bake 350 degrees 45 to 50 minutes or until apples are tender and crust is brown. CORNER The Indian head five cent coin, or the Buffalo nickel, minted 1913-1938, was de- signed by James Fraser, who used three different models in the process. There were two types of the 1913 Buffalo nickel-one showed the Buffalo on a mound, and later that year, the coin was redesigned with the Buffalo standing on a straight line. The first type of the 1913 Buffalo nickel, grade very good tO free, $12-$14, MS-60, range $45,$50; 1913-D grade, very free $1.6-$18, MS-69o, $65- $70; 1913-S, grade fine to very f'me, $50-$60. The 1913 type two, grade good to very good, $7-$8, extra fine $15-$18: 1913-D grade fine $150-$160, MS-60 $240-$260 1913-S very scarce, fine to very fine, $450-$475; 1914-D, grade good, $70-$75; MS-60 $20-$25; 1921-S, grade good, $40-$50, extra fine $90-$95; 1926-S, very scarce in high grade, very fine $550-$600; 1937-D, three legged, good to very good, $500-$550, grade extra fine-- well over a thousand dollars is list price. The common dated Buffalo nickels, grade good to very good, range from $1-$2. The Buffalo nickel is very popular with collectors, but it is hard to put a set together, since on the early coins the date was flush, so they tended to wear off. Since the early dates were off, that made the coins with a date very expensive. All coins, silver and gold, copper and nickel coins are much in demand by collectors all over. Bluegrass Circle at Country Cabin The Country Cabin, located in Norton on The Crooked Road Music Trail will feature Bluegrass Circle on Saturday, August 1. Admission for the night is $5 for adults (12 and older) and $1 for children 2-11. Each Saturday night, from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pro, live bluegrass music from the best in local bands is featured. Dancing includes clogging, two-step, free- style, broom dances and cake walks. Local musicians are welcome to play halftime breaks. The Country Cabin is located CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, July 30, 2009 Page 5 Statewide coalition to promote energy issues in VA -Group Calls for Education and Action to Prevent Shortages in the Future- The formation of the Virgin- will determine the future of our small technology business owner ians for Reliable Energy coali- tion ( was announced at a press conference at The Sustainability Park in Chester. The coalition is comprised of individuals, busi- nesses and industry leaders that are dedicated to ensuring that Virginia has sufficient supplies of reliable and affordable energy to meet the needs of its citizens and businesses. The eoalition's goals are to enhance Virginia's energy sec- urity, protect against potential disruptions from the over reli- ance on any one source, and pro- mote stable prices. To achieve these goals the coalition sup- Commonwealth," said Commit- tee Co-Chair Hugh Keogh, Virginia Chamber of Commerce President & CEO. "All busi- nesses in Virginia need reliable energy to conduct their opera- tions today and plan for future growth." The Virginia Chamber of Commerce is the Commonwea- lth's leading advocate for business and speaks for business leaders in every economic sector who share a common under- standing that a strong business climate is the key to Virginia's prosperity. Jennifer Bisceglie, President of McLean-based InTEROS I understand all too well the importance of knowing I can consistently connect with my customer base. This is all about jobs and those jobs are ensured by partially having power to our laptops, phone chargers and lights on in the building 24 hours a day - seven days a we- ek." : - In addition to businesses and individuals the Virginians fbr Reliable Energy Steering Com- mittee includes representatives of three utilities: Allegheny Power, American Electric Power (AEP), and Dominion. Virginians for Reliable En:, ergy encourages other residents one and one-half miles west of ports: Solutions, Inc., and the other and business owners to join the Norton (between Norton and " A diverse and ample VRE Steering Committee Co- coalition by visiting Appalachia). Watch for signs, portfolio of electricity genera- Chair, knows first hand that The Events at the Country Cabin tion located within the Corn- reliable, affordable energy is a coalition will work to heighten are sponsored by Appalachian monwealth, including renewable necessity for every business public understanding of energy- Traditions, Inc., a non-profit sourees andtraditionalsources owner, related issues, promote long organization. No alcohol is A robust electric trans- "If Virginia is going to term energy planning and permitted, mission infrastructure designed emerge from the national finan- infrastructure construction, and For more information, call to meet current and future crier- cial crisis as a leader of econo- communicate the ways the 276-679-3541. gy needs mic development and job up- business community and general Jam sessions are held each Cost-effective energy portunities we must have sus- public can minimize demand by Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. Free conservation actions tainable sources of reliable adopting conservation best admission. All musicians and The actions we take now energy," said Bisceglie. "As a practices. spectators welcome. Kids' Fun Day at Cleveland Admissionis free Kids' Fun Day has been supplies will be di-uted as planned at Cleveland for long .as .supplies last.! Saturday, August 8, from 1-5 , p.m. at the Old Cleveland Ele- b Kicd:veD?iSgiaPnsred mentary School. The school is Y "g" " Kural located at 661 Artrip Road in Development, Inc., along with Cleveland local individuals and businesses. The event will fi ature - e horse Anyone who wishes to set up a back rides, face painting, tat- boo_th may do toos, fire trucks farm animals For more " , can" and much more A free meal 276-889-2660, 276-889-2028 or will be providett, and school 276'889-3618. . CHS student information for 2009-2010 school year Castlewood High School stu- Orientation will be held OO plR " dents may pick up their sche- dules on the following dates: Seniors-Tuesday, August 4, 9-11 a.m. Juniors-Tuesday, August 4, 1-3 p.m. Sophomores--Wed., August 5, 9-11 a.m. Freshmen-Wed., August 5, 1-3 p.m. 8th grade-Thursday, August 6, 10 a.m. during a brief meeting, after which students will be able to pick up their schedules, tour the building and select their lockers. Schedules may not be picked up before August 4. 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