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~ -.~ : ~ ~ ,, ~'~i~i~ii~,)iiily~ ENJOY HAYRIDE...A group from Wise Primary School enjoyed a hayride with a 1949 antique tractor at Kim's Crazy Corn Maze. The maze will remain open until November 15. THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER The Liberty Head five cents, or V-Nickel as it's called by most people, was minted from 1883-1912 or 1913. The first V- The 1883 V Nickel without "Cents" on the reverse, price range in grade very fine, is $8- $10; grade MS:60, $20-$25. Youth church at CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, October 22, 2009 Page 5 Mountain ....... >" South ": Boys at M" :i? Country Cabin by Hdboa The Country Cabin, located 2 in Norton on The Crooked Road CROCK POT POTATO 1 (32 oz.) pkg. frozen ~h Music Trail will feature South SOUP browned potatoes Mountain Boys on Saturday, 32 oz. frozen hash browns Fry beef until it is no lo!~er October 24. Admission for the 1 cup chopped onion pink and drain. Add Sloppy ~be night is $5 for adults (12 and 14 oz. can chicken brothsauce and cheese soup to l~ef over) and $1 for children 2-11. 2 cups water and mix well. Place hash br~s Each Saturday night, from 1 can cream of celery soup in greased 9x13 inch baking ~{;h 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm, live 1 can cream of chicken soup and top with the beef mixture. bluegrass music from the best in 2 cups milk Cover and bake in a 400 de~,e local bands is featured. Dancing Place all ingredients in crock oven for 25 minutes. Unc~,er includes clogging, two-step, free- pot, stir well. Cover and cook on and bake fbr additional style, broom dances and cake walks. Local musicians are welcome to play halftime breaks. The Country Cabin is located one and one-half miles west of Norton (between Norton and Appalachia). Watch for signs. Events at the Country Cabin are sponsored by Appalachian Traditions, Inc., a non-profit organization. No alcohol is Celebration Center permi ed. Youth church services will be For more information, call conducted at the Celebration 276-679-3541. Center in St. Paul on Broad Jam sessions are held each Street every Tuesday at 7 p.m. Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. Free beginning August 4 conducted by admission. All musicians and Shaun Dupuie and Chance spectators welcome. Hileman. It is a non-denomina- tional service using the King James Bible. Also there is Gospel Singing low all day. Garnish with shred- ded cheese and diced ham or bacon. CARAMEL APPLE SALAD 1 small box instant butter- scotch pudding mix 8 oz. Cool Whip 8 oz. crushed pineapple 3 cups diced apples l cup chopped nuts 1 cup miniature marsh- mallows Mix pudding mix with undrained pineapple. Mix in Cool Whip. Add apples, nuts and marshmallows. Chill. BEEF-POTATO BAKE 1 lb. ground beef 1 (10 oz.) can Sloppy Joe sauce I (10 oz.) can fiesta nacho J :U 0 minutes longer. This is ~d sprinkled with one cup grated cheddar cheese. ~ ' EASY COCONUT ~ ' CREAM~PIE ~ . 1-9 in. pie shell, baked 1 can sweetened condensed milk 1 cup cold water 1 pkg. coconut cream instant pudding pie mix 1 cup flaked coconut I (8 oz.) frozen whipped topping, divided toasted flaked coconut Combine milk and water in large bowl. Add pudding and coconut, mix well. Fold in t~ cups whipped topping. Potir filling into crust, refrigerate overnight. Top with remainin[g whipped topping. Top wit ti on the first Friday of each month, cheese soup toasted coconut. Matthews Library offers free Virginia Association of Area Conservation Trees booklet available The Arbor Day Foundation's recently updated Conservation Trees booklet is now available for only a $3 donation to the non- profit tree-planting organization. Conservation Trees is de- signed to help people plant and care for trees, and features illustrations, colorful photos and easy-to-follow text. "The Arbor Day Foundation believes it is vital for people of all walks of life to plant new trees and to take care of our existing tree canopy," said John Rosenow, chief executive of the Foundation. "This booklet serves as a great resource for tree planters in every area of the COuntry." "Trees help us conserve energy, are good for the soil, and clean the air we breathe and drinking water for millions of Americans. That's why it is so important to properly plant new trees and care for the ones we already have." Included in the Conservation Trees booklet are tips on how to use shade trees and windbreaks to save on energy costs, attract songbirds, create a living snow fence, and to learn how to plant the right tree in the right place. In addition, the booklet also details the right way to plant and prune trees. To receive the Conservation Trees booklet, send a $3 check along with your name and address to: Conservation Trees, Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, NE 68410, or order online at www.arborday.org/conservationtr ees. AFETY ONE Help make 1-800-572-1717 the world IlIIIIDI~~ safe from 40 Muscu)ar Dystrophy neuromuscular Association diseases, www mdausa org 16552 Wise Street. For informa- tion about library services, call 276-762-9702 or visit www. Iprlibrary.org/. The toolkits were made (Counties of Buchanan, Dicken- possible, in part by a grant from son, Russell and Tazewell) . Classified advertising works...call 762-7671. !1 ,i c 16618 East Riverside Dr. St. Paul, VA Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm Sat. 8am-lpm 276-762-9 i0t 276-762-9591 FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO COOPERTIRE.COM OR CALL 1.800.426.2637 PURCHAE PURCHASE. WALK--IN TUB CO. www.safesteptub.com. 1-800-639-8827 For Consultation Ask about our Senior Citizen Discount! gALL TODAY!, A safe step to comfort and independence A walk-in tub is independence for those who value self-sufficiency at a much lower price. Lifetime warranty on double-sealed door as well as tub All these features and more standard at 30-40% less than the competition 100% Financing available ~rokers VAAL #0016 - NCAL #5914 - SeAL #3898 (804) 232-3300 Auctioneers.Appraisers ",._3 ~- ~,' ~,~,-', ~;~, ;,.~,,; IN~U$)RIAt DIVISION Included are select assets from the following shops: Machine, Sheet Metal, Welding, Carpenter, Paint, HVAC, Tag, Dolly, MRO Stock Room. Material Handling Equipment Consists of: 50_+ Fork Trucks (to 40,000#), Bridge Cranes (to 15 Tons), Tugs & Carts, Sweepers & Scrubbers, Jibs & Hoists & More! Specialty Equipment Includes: High Density Scrap Compactor, Alun]inum Scrap Balers & More! AUCTION (2 Plant Liquidations) Reynolds Foil, Inc. Thursday, Oct. 29, 11 AM 100 W. 7th Street, Richmond, VA 23224 Reynolds Packaging Group has commissioned Motley's to liquidate the shop, material handling, and specialty assets of two Reynolds Foil, Inc,. plants located in Richmond, VA. be here! Your ad host a special event at the Rus- sell County Conference Center on Thursday, October 29. The activity will honor folks with disabilities who, in spite of their disabilities, are living success- ful, inspirational lives. Ms. Wheelchair Virginia will be ho- norary hostess. Local, state and federal gov- ernment officials will attend this celebration in an effort to sup- port increased hiring and job opportunities for those with dis- abilities. The morning session will be- gin at 10 a.m. and will include sensitivity training (how to in- teract properly with those with disabilities) followed by a luncheon at which Ms. Wheel- chair Virginia will be the speak- er. After lunch, the success stories of local folks with disa- bilities will conclude the event at 2 p.m. The next day, Friday, Octo- ber 30, "You Count Job Fair" for folks with disabilities will be held at the Russell County Conference Center from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. 2010 Census officials will captured since this is the data that determines local, state and federal dollar allocations. In ad- dition, the 2010 Census officials will accept applications and conduct interviews with indivi- duals with disabilities in order to fill Census positions. Other employers and service providers will be present. There is no cost for either of these events and lunch will be provided both days. Please call us to register and participate. You may respond by phone (276-889-8221), email (pattyni chols@bvunet.net), mail (139 Highland Drive, Lebanon, VA 24266)or fax (276-889-8011). Feel free to share this infor- mation with others who may wish to attend. Arbor Day Foundation's Bryan, a prize-winning writ- er, is the author of St. Peter's Monsters, a novel of romantic suspense set in and around St. 'Nickel was minted in 1883 With "Cents" on the reverse,, m?jmFr2ir2w~Sm!ng . without"Cents" on thereverse, grade extra fine, the price range class Nov. 7 Agencies on Aging announces , That became a problem in the is $80-$85; MS-60, $160-$170. first part of the year of 1883. -The 1885 Liberty V-Nickel ..... ..... fr e Paul and Castlewood Her work free Medicare toolkit riai L~Orary WH~ nost a e " The good old boys of that time, King of the series, in grade fine ............ :-s of appears m several journals, out to make a fast buck, gold has a price of $750-$800; MS- workshop on me o~t~ ...... takes including A1 Magazine for the The Virginia Association of the Administration on Aging, t plated the coins and passed60, price $1,750-$1,800. The memotr. . wrmng.. .... ewe crass raKmArts, Appalachmn" Heritage," Ap- Area Agencies on Aging SMP Department of Health ~iffO place r ovemoer rrom a ....... them off as five dollar gold 1912-D, in grade very f'me, is ..... li- pamcman journal, Bluestone Program is distributing free Human Services. NationaU2/,. ' pieces. So the mint added the priced at $30=$35; extra fine, untlt noon, at me t~rary.- ....... '; "o the ~evmw, Chnch Mountain Re- booklets called Virginians Pro- there are 59 SMP programs - "Cents" on the reverse to get the $75-$80. The 1912-S, another ~ne cross ~s mmteu t view The Dis"lle F! " first 10 people who register. To Co~,, MoonsMt~ ~o~,~ ,~oya tect Your Medicare - Your funded by the U.S. Department cheating stopped. The 1883 rate date, in grade very good ...... 1 "-e ~ ............... Medicare Matters. Each toolkit of Health and Human Servicgs gold plated nickel was called $150-$175; extra fine, $8700- register for the c~ass, cm m ....... ............... e weea. ~ne ~s pubhshed in the includes: through the Administration ,'op, "the racketeer nickel." $850. Except for a few dates, all notary at z/o-~oz-vtuz ~ n ...... ......... " t)OOK anmomgy we All Live Ask the Right Ques- Aging. '- There are about five 1913 V- other dates are common. Their aeaalme to register ~s q p m, .-. ......... 7" e uownstream" Writings about tions- My Medicare Plan Families and older adults ; Nickels known that are original, price range in grade good, uctooer .~u ~ne c~ass IS Ire , . .... ",,~ , .... " ......... ~ountamtop ~emoval Checklist who are interested in receiving a ' They are, of course, extremely $1.50-$2.00. The 1912-V-Nic- but donauons to me nt)rary wm ........... " , .. , +~ winner or me ~Dpmacman Agent/Broker/Company toolkit can request a copy from ' rare. There are plenty of fakes kel is the only year that had a De most welcome. " o " i - i ..... w --ho Writers Ass c~at on James St II Form the Virginia Association of Area s~ Neva t~ryan is me orKs p ..... - ....... e ~wara tor roetry, she has Medicare Advantage Agencies on Aging at 1-800- instructor was taugnt m ..... out there, though. OLlntmint mark on thesablrever. " -xr moir writing at me Appamcm ....... Ru ell C y .Di h : .......an rece,veaprlzestormorethanl5 Plans 938-8885) or contact their iocal: " ....... osium other works, bne appears m the 15 Tips to Help You Area Agency on Aging belowi - SS Lff her,rage wr,ters bymp .......... ........... uni- wrgmta t;omm~ssmn tor the Find a Medicare Part C or D (local agencies include) . . tboumwest vtrgmm t~omm ty ......... ..,_....x ^..a., ^....~t,,.hian Arts writers in V~rgmm d~rec- Plan Mountain Empire Older Cuu~) ,=,~, ,-. ~vv ..... " Tips to Avoid and Citizens 276-523-4202 (Cotln-. Services Board invites you... ,,o,oyfo, So,,orCit,,on, s,o ....... ........ " at ~ne J erea ~tattlaews Me- Detect Medicare Fraudties of Lee, Scott, Wise and City- was taught tmuun writing ..." ..... In Celebration of Nationalprovide information and answer ........ iv rsi" dur monm Lmrary ~s part or me VICAP Programs in of Norton) ~i::' Disability Employment Aware-questions regarding the upcom- Noreneaa btate un e ty - _ ....... ....... Writers Lonesome rme t~egmnm t+ Virginia/Virginia Health and Appalachian Agency for, mg me Appmacnmn hess Month, The Russell County ing events. It is crucial that ac- brary system. It is located at Consumer Resources Senior Citizens 276-964-4915 Disability Services Board will curate Census information be Association annual conference.