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C REMEMBER TIiE---Gf)OD-{)LD DAYS...This photo, brought to us by Leroy Hilton, shows a group which includes Rosalind Dickenson and Emily Dickenson. The car is at the corner of Russell Street and Fourth Avenue in front of the bank. Anyone who can identify others in the picture are asked to call us at 762-7671. Our thanks to Mr. Hilton. And information from Joe Pientka, Fort Lee, concerning the 1939 Dante baseball team, further identifies team members. In the front row, third from left, is CharHe Pientka; fifth from left, a Mr. Worley; and second from right, Myers Fox. In the back row, at left is Ponnie Sabo, seventh from left is Fred Allen; and at the end is Manager George Coleman, who, Mr. Pientka recalled, built and operated the Lyric Theatre. Our thanks to Mr. Pientka and everyone who helped identify people in this photo! ; Area reunions... vel Lick Rd.) follow approxi- mately 3 miles to Old Regular Baptist Church. Bring your favorite food and or covered dish. For more information call (276) 762-7990 or (276) 762- 5344. HALL REUNION The family and friends of Allen Hall and Ezra Hall are invited to the reunion on August 29 at the picnic shelter at the old Courthouse on Hwy. 58 from 11 am until 3 p.m. Bring a covered dish. Everyone welcome. ANNUAL SILCOX FAMILY REUNION The descendants of Joseph and Laura Ball Silcox, Monroe and Alice Silcox and Ambrose and Zilphia Counts Silcox will enjoy their 15th annual reunion beginning at 10:30 am Saturday, th September 11 at Dickenson County Career Center (Voca- tional School) Clinchco, VA. Please pass this information along to other family members. Bring a covered dish, come and join us. For more information call Reba at 276-395-2725. WINEBARGER FAMILY REUNION The family and descendants of William and Ethel Winebarger will have their reunion at the Tacoma Community Center at 1 pm Sunday, September 19. Please bring a covered dish. Any questions please call Cathy Miller Mays at 276-762-2311 or Vickie Cole Oliver at 276-395- 3333 or 276-762-0225. 7TM DANTE REUNION The Dante Reunion will be the second Saturday in August, August 14th across from the Post Office in Dante starting at 10 am. There will be vendors with t-shirts, quilts, glass painting and also food vendors. There will be entertainers during the day. Gifts will be given away for the oldest person present, the person that comes the furthest distance, person with the most family members present, etc. Everyone is welcome. Please come and join us for a day of fun and reuniting with family and old friends. PHILLIPS-NEECE REUNION The families of Bill and Michi Neece and Morgan and :Fannie Phillips will have a ' reunion on Saturday, August 14 '. at the A.R. Matthews Park in St. ': Paul from 10 am until 4 pro. All ~ family and friends are welcome. ~ Bring a covered dish and drink. For more information call 762- "0114 or 495-1041. / WILBURN HALE FAMILY / REUNION / The Wilbum Hale Family Reunion will be held Sunday, August 15 starting at 10 am at the Old Regular Baptist Church on Gravel Lick. Take Alt. 58 out of Castlewood to St. Paul to Route 63N out of St. Paul going toward Dante for approximately 4 miles to an overhead bridge. At the bridge make a right turn onto 615 toward Cleveland (old Gra- Buildings For Every Need! 24 x 32 x I0, $7,450, 30 x 40 x 10 $9;450 36 x 48 x 12 $14r950 $19,450 40x60x14 $32,450 50x96x14 60 x 120 x 16 $50,450 5pedals Include: (11 garage/slider door (I) entry door material delivery construction Financing Available! www.cbstructuresinc.com CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, August 12, 2010 Page 5 i Recipes by Mildred Helbert ... '\ I, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thomas Maloney (Ellen Marie Stewart) Ms. Stewart and Mr. Maloney exchange vows June 11 Ms. Ellen Marie Stewart and Lewes, DE, both friends of the Mr. Donald Thomas Maloney bride, served as guest attendants. were united in marriage on the Mr. Reid Richmond, guitarist beach in Hilton Head, South and vocalist, provided music on Carolina, on June 11. The bride the beach. During the ceremony, is the daughter of Ms. Kathy the groom's brother, Brian BROCCOLI CORN BAKE 10 oz. pkg. frozen chopped broccoli 16 oz. can cream style corn cup cracker crumbs 1 egg, beaten 4 tbsp. margarine, melted 1 tbsp. onion flakes 1 tsp. salt 1/8 tsp. pepper Thaw broccoli. Combine broccoli, corn, ~A cup cracker crumbs, egg, 2 tbsp. margarine, onion flakes, salt and pepper in a greased 2 quart casserole dish. Mix remaining cracker crumbs with remaining margarine and sprinkle over, casserole ingred- ients. Bake uncovered 350 for 45 minutes. MEAT AND POTATOES CASSEROLE 1 lb. ground beef 1 can cream of chicken soup can water salt and pepper to taste 1 (16 oz.) pkg. tater tots, fro- zen 1 (8 oz.) pkg. grated cheddar cheese Brown ground beef, drain. Place in large casserole dish. Cover with cream of chicken soup diluted with water. Salt and pepper to taste. Place tots over beef mixture, and bake uncover- ed 30 minutes at 350*. Add che- ese and bake 30 minutes longer. EASY COFFEE CAKE 1 cup sugar 2 (8 oz.) cream cheese, softened 1 tsp. vanilla 1 egg, separated cup pecans, chopped 2 (8 oz.) cans refrigerated crescent rolls Spread 1 can of rolls in bottom of a 13x9 inch pan. Cream together cup sugar, cream cheese, vanilla and egg yolk. Spread over rolls and top with second can of rolls. Beat egg white until frothy and spread on top. Sprinkle top with remaining sugar and nuts. Bake 350* for 30-35 minutes. PEANUT BUTTER FUDGE 2 sticks margarine 1 cup crunchy peanut butter 1 tsp. vanilla 1 box powdered sugar Bring margarine, peanut butter and vanilla almost to a boil. Quickly stir in sugar. Pour into buttered dish. Cool and cut into squares. CVTimes Deadlines: Editorial copy birthdays, anniversaries, press releases, calendar items, weddings, etc.) 4 p.m. Monday Advertising (classified and display) 12 noon Tuesday Thacker Stewart of St. Paul and Mr. Eugene Stewart, Jr. of St. Paul. The groom's parents are Mrs. Mary Maloney of Cleve- land, Ohio and the late Mr. George Maloney. Grandparents of the bride are Mr. James Thacker, St. Paul and the late Mrs. Catherine Thacker and Mrs. Gladys Stewart, St. Paul and the late Mr. Eugene Stewart, Sr. The double-ring ceremony was officiated by Mr. Jeff Boetticher of Hilton Head, SC. Mr. Jason Kelly of Bristol, TN (formerly of St. Paul), life-long friend of the bride, escorted Ms. Stewart to the waterside. Mrs. Tracy Meade Delgado, cousin of the bride, of Atlanta, Georgia (formerly of Wise) served as matron of honor. Mrs. Christine Bays Fields, friend of the bride, of Abingdon (formerly of St. Paul) was bridesmaid and Miss Jenna Delgado, cousin of the bride, of Atlanta, Georgia, was flower girl. Best man was Mr. Kevin Maloney, brother of the groom, of Cleveland, Ohio. Groomsmen were Mr. Brian Maloney, brother of the groom and Mr. Patrick O'Toole, brother-in-law of the groom, both of Cleveland, Ohio. The bride wore a tea-length halter diamond white chiffon dress with gathered chiffon detailing on the bodice and waist. Her bouquet was blue hydrangeas tied with satin ribbon and secured with pearl- studded pins. The bridesmaids wore cornflower blue knee- length dresses in a style of their own choosing, with bouquets of white hydrangeas, similar to the bride's. The flower girl wore a blue, white and bright green sundress and carried a miniature bouquet of blue hydrangeas. The groom wore khaki-colored linen pants with a white silk camp shirt. The groomsmen wore khaki pants with ice-blue silk camp shirts. The ceremony was immed- iately followed by a reception at the Shipyard Plantation Beach Club in Hilton Head. The wedding was directed by Mrs. Jan Jennings of St. Paul. Mrs. Allyson Jessee Sutherland of St. Paul and Ms. Lori Teletchea of Maloney, offered prayer, and the ..... groom's sister, Mary J. O'Toole, gave an Old Irish Blessing. The hydrangeas were cut from the bride's yard garden. All of the flowers for the wedding and reception were designed and arranged by the bride's mother and Mrs. Jan Jennings. The bride is a graduate of Appalachian State University and The University of North Carolina-Charlotte. She is em- ployed at Captain Woody's Bar and Grill in Bluffton andis also an instructor in the business department at the Technical Col- lege of the Lowcountry in Beau- fort, SC. The groom attended Central Florida University and is employed at Harbour Town Golf I Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm Sat. 8am-lpm | Links, Sea Pines Plantation, Hilt.aHead. :1 276-762-9501 .~ ] A fall wedding trip is 276-762-9591 m~,--,i~ planned. The couple resides in Hilton Head, SC. ! .. _ m . Your ad could be here! SAFETY ZONE Help make the world safe from 40 neuromuscular diseases. 1-800-572-1717 IlIIIDR* Muscular Dystrophy Association www, mdausa.org t, IS PREVENTABLE. APATHY IS LETHAL.