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VISITORS...Marie Haggerman organized the Christian Home School group from the Big Stone Gap area to visit Kim's Crazy Corn Maze last week. CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, October 8, 2009 Page 5 tpou, I 1 ;4t ... Elementary honor roll Larry Greear, principal of Saint Paul Elementary School, has announced the names of students whose work has earned them placement on the honor roll for the first six weeks of the school year. GRADE 3: All A's--Zachary Helbert, Jenna Hess, Logan Homer, Joshua Levy. First Honor Roll-Eric Dupuie, Dakota Hel- bert, Hannah Ingle, Jordan Ras- nick, Jasmyne Turner. Second Honor Roll--Brittany Crewe, Sammi Crim, Jacob Heranney, Megan Long, Ethan Plumley, Selena Powers, Jeffrey Preston, Jillian Ramsey, Belle Roten. GRADE 4: All A's--Ben Broyles, Emily Lee, Jayme Salyers, Dylan Winslow. First Honor Roll--Aspen Hess, Hayden Linkous. Second Honor Roll--Will Lunsford, Makia Phillips, Suzanne Scheerer, Mackenzie Slemp, Brendan Smith, Hannah Steele, Hunter Wright. GRADE 5: All A's--Chayton Dilley, Gabby Kiser. First Honor Roll--Camryn Cook.Second Honor Roll--Tyler Elam, Makayla Funk, CodyMeade, Madison Ray, Gillian Shepard, Emily Slemp, Justin Smallwood, Cade Steele, Clay Turner. GRADE 6: All A's--Merina Gibson, Faith Jackson. First Honor Roll--Chandler Brickey, Leslie Murphy. Second Honor Roll--Abigail Campbell, Lauren Carico, Kirsten Crim, Emily Dickenson, Casey Hall, McKin- ley Isaacs, Marley Linkous, Jarrett Rose, Brayden Trail, Cindy York. GRADE 7: All A's--None. First Honor Roll--Alex Stallard. Second Honor Roll--Steven BREADED PORK CHOPS 1 cup Italian seasoned dry bread crumbs 2 tbsp. grated Parmesan cheese 1/3 cup bottled ranch salad dressing 6 pork chops Combine bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese in a shallow dish. Place dressing in a shallow dish. Dip pork chops in dressing then coat in crumb mixture. Place in an ungreased baking dish. Bake uncovered 375 degrees for 25 minutes or until pork is no longer pink. BARBECUE BUTTER BEANS 2 cans (15 oz.) butter beans, rinsed and drained cup packed brown sugar cup catsup cup chopped onion 4 bacon strips, diced Combine beans, brown sugar, catsup and onion. Put in a greased baking dish. Sprinkle with bacon. Bake uncovered 350 degrees for 1 hours. BUTTERSCOTCH CHOCOLATE CAKE 1 pkg, chocolate cake mix 1 jar (17 oz.) butterscotch ice cream topping 1 Cool Whip 3 Butterfinger candy bars, crushed Prepare cake mix as directed on box. Cool. Using the end of a wooden spoon handle, poke holes in warm cake. Pour butterscotch topping over cake; cool completely. Spread .'with Cool Whip; sprinkle with cagdy. PEAR BUNDT CAKE~ 1 can (15 oz.) pears in light syrup 1 white cake mix 2 egg whites 1 egg 2 teas. confectioner's sugar Drain pears, reserving syrup. Chop pears. Place pears and syrup in a mixing bowl; add dry cake mix, egg whites and egg. Beat on low speed for 30 seconds. Beat on high for 4 minutes. Spray a tube pan with non stick cooking spray and dust with flour. Add batter. Bake in a 350 degree oven for appro- ximately 50-55 minutes. Dust with confectioner's sugar when cool. THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER Just a few short years ago I wrote that it might just be the grade very fme, $8,500-$9,000, grade MS-60, about $16,000. Hall,Autumn Ingle,Katie right time to invest in gold. For Common dates from 1908- i, " " " " 2706 gr d eISSu60t n l, c200a" MORE VISITORS...Ms. Ferreil's special needs class from L.F. Addington Jenk,ns. nedI. eIhi letbestnhai lffig, t Middle School attended Kim s Cra Corn Maze last week take my own advice The gold ed nric t a,t- -- . ..... t. anu Sliver OUlllOn market was ars less than the "~'ade of MS i1 . Get your Appalachian Quilt v ,g lo : sol write today the 60. The rare date~are another I .... _ tm ion market is arouna a story. The 1921 Saint Gaudens =Qllmnnd Riqah Inknnl |air [ Trail Visitor Guide dollearSbaP r/e ,Cea Ds ;bnl.e?$a#51ed00gr?de;e M1 : vwwv --wa m III udt tenance of the ullt trail It is a twenty dollar gold piece was Wllild~ ,~ Vl~l~ I The 2009 Appalachian Q " - qt" , ". ~ " .... ........ ~ L , list price $120,000. The date Trail Visitor Guide is nowgreat gift for a rriena or ramny semng mr b430=;liDOU, loaay 1927-D, orade MS-60 list ,,rice, } by Morgan Tate, Brittany Milgrim, Crystal Woolford & Rebecca Smith I available! This 32-page full- member, and you can, even the same,..eorn non Double EaS $775,00 I think it would not I color publication includes maps - request your own tag numoer, so les are Selling Ior $1,zuO-$1,3OO ---e,he a omrwl ...................... tirnt invoet in trot,-1 and hi hli hts of hundreds of make your reservation for anper coin--most all Libertycoi-e ,,r,, sh",'id t Termesgre q" gundt squares AQT hcense" plate today . Double Eagles from 1893-S to more mone' a an 'ou l ow"- This week at CHS, a repre- played a benefit game a ." ' " 1 0 Y Y The new AQT Vmltor Guide For more mformanon about9 7 are common dates, what to do with" If our foresight" sentative from UVA at WiseLebanon High School for breast ......................... . . offers the best way for sight the Appatacntan t Ullt lrall, me amt tJauaens, was as ,,ood as our hindsi-ht vm ted on Wednesda , Septem- cancer awareness. Both teams ..... .......... , . r,.,,, an q#,,a,~,,,~, ,~,.,Y'n,,.,,~,~ ~-,-, .,,,,,~ ,.,;,,v ,,,.~,.,.,.4~%,,a ,.t..,ga seers to identify and visit the AQT Vm~tor Guide and the AQT J:908~withoutoff!lotto (In God we would all be on easv street ;et ~"'int;or~aat~on''" an'd'r'~ask witia"aepi"n"kb'a'll'.~ O"n W"T~tfi~sday, i quilt Squares)h@ are moste~citr' qiyense_p}ate:i~t~2~OUra~ebsimt~ We ,Trust), ~ : expensive, ~ " ' questions about college life. October 7, cross country'traveled ea .at}out. At~x vtmtor umaes at nttp:,www.,~,. ...... u , - ...... .......r k u on a ain t Br aks Inter tate Park can be picked up at local cham- Or you can email us directly at Classified advtarti.~imn~ ~~rlt~.. v.,.,.. ,.,~,,,'edl ~,0~-~n7l:10 7~7~1 c.mo aues we e ta en p g o e s .... .... Thursday, October 1. Report In others news, a pep rally ber of commerce offices, tourism mfo@vacatmnaqt.com. "" - cards were sent home on was held on Friday, October 2 offices, and over 80 locations Monday, October 5. In sports, Lady Devil " Volleyball went to ,Thomas Walker on Tuesday, September ', 29. They were down by the first two games, but managed to come back to five games. On Wednesday, September 30, cross country traveled to Thomas Walker. The volleyball team tra- veled to Coeburn on Thursday, October I. The JV football also had a game on October 1 at home against Powell Valley. On Friday, October 2, varsity foot- ball hosted St. Paul. On Saturday, October 3 cross coun- try traveled to Breaks Interstate Park to compete. Region D golf was held at Cedar Hills on Monday, October 5. On Tues- day, October 6 the Lady Devils for the game against St. Paul. Project Discovery met after school on Tuesday, October 6. For your information, picture day will be held on Wednesday, October 7. Open House will also throughout East Tennessee. The squares are replicas of original Tennessee quilts that are painted on the sides of historic buildings including barns, busi- nesses, and other Tennessee be held on October 7 from 3:30 landmarks. With more than 320 to 6:00 p.m. Any student in stops and way points, the AQT Grade 10 or 11 wanting to take celebrates Appalachia's historic century farms, local businesses, Meet the the PSAT should bring $13 to the Guidance Office by Friday, October 9. CHS Homecoming Week will be Sunday, October 18 through Friday, October 23. Hall decorating will be held on Sunday, October 18 from 2:00- 4:00 p.m. The Street Dance will be held on Tuesday, October 20 from 6:00-9:00. The Bonfire will be held on Thursday, October 22 from 7:00-9:00 pm. Fighting Heart Disease and Stroke RUSSELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT RALLY lDemocratic Party Candidate for Commonwealth Attorney Brian Patton lDemocratic Party Candidate for Treasurer- Billy W. Wampler Castlewood High School Oct. 4, 2 pm - Dessert Lebanon High School Oct. 17, 6 pm - Hot Dog Supper Drill Community Center Oct. 24, 5 pm - Pot Luck Supper Honaker Elementary School Oct. 31, 7 pm - Pot Luck Supper Come and show your support for the candidates selected at the Russell County Democrat Convention. Authorized and paid for by Russell County Democrat Committee Steve Banner, Chairman farmer's markets, com mazes, bed and breakfasts, art galleries, and much more. It is a unique way to explore the region while enjoying Appalachian items like fresh produce and handmade arts and crafts. You can also access the guide online by visiting the Appal- achian Quilt Trail website (http://www.vacationaqt.com/) and clicking on AQT Quilt Guide. While you are there, be sure to show your support for the craft of quilting and the beauty of Tennessee by checking out the new AQT license plate. As soon as one thousand of the AQT tags are pre-sold, the state of Tennes- see will start manufacturing the specialty license tag featuring the quilt trail As part of this not- for-profit effort, AQT and the Tennessee Arts Commission will split the proceeds from each $35 tag. One hundred percent of the AQT funds raised will go to sup- port the expansion and main- Your ad DEADLY NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASES Muscular Dystrophy Associal;on 1-800-572-1717 - www, mdausa.org