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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, December 18. 2008 THE COLLECTOR'S CORNER WEBB things that our ancestors bought and used many years ago, the old Country Store items are a perfect example of things we like today. Many items that were found at the store 'way back then were worth very little, yet today we are collecting them. There were tobacco cans In the world of collecting kets, four or eight pound, $10- $20; Morton Brothers pure lard, Johnson City, $10-$20; Payne Sausage, or pure lard pails, $10- $25; Decker, $10-$15. Little made of tin, coffee cans, baking powder cans, wash boards and many more. In its heyday, the Country Store was a place where you could exchange items such as fur or eggs for things you couldn't raise on the farm, such as coffee, salt, nails and many other items that might be needed. The old Country Store was a 10th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY...Carson (Tommy) place where farmers could ga- Wise Jr. and Mac Wise of Nora would like to ther on a cold winter day, play announce that they will be celebrating their 10th checkers, chew tobacco and spit at the pot bellied stove that wedding anniversary on December 19. usually stood in the middle of one pound peanut butter con- miners are very scarce and are popular with collectors. NOR- VA bucket. $60-$80; Mince- meat, one pound bucket, $40- $50; Sunny Boy, one pound, $50-$60; Pilot Knob Coffee cans, several different sizes, $100-$200. The prices always depend on the condition of the item, the state of the economy, and the demand at that particular time. I by "cheese Ithe floor. Some of the biggest farming of the year was done * * when the farmers were sitting Carrie Beth Fife and wesley Adam Moore , around the pot bellied stove, and the snow was pouring 5 DAYS ONLY Miss Fife and Mr. Moore Hd/, of those old store ad_ i1 CinemCity. announce engagement vertising goodies can be found at flea markets, auctions and ~ St Larry and Lisa Moore of Carrie Beth Fife, daughter of SCAND NAVIAANLSL EDISH potatoes are soft. Add antique malls. Local items are ed[H Theatres : Castlewood are proud to Gary and Shenna Fife of cubes, stirring until cheese is more sought after than collecti- arin0unce the engagement and Cleveland. 2 lbs. lean ground beef melted and blended, bles from other States. Some Movie H0tline 6"6794252 forthcoming marriage of their The couple are planning a 4 slices bread, dampened in examples: Valleydale lard buc- son, Wesley Adam Moore, to May wedding, water CRANBERRY SALSA Located in Downtown Norton, VA There was an old saying around the old Country Store-- "If we don't have it, you don't need it." Very few old Country Stores are left now. All went with the progress of man. Were they the good old days, or were they the bad? 2onions, grated 1 can (14 oz.) whole SPES honor roll n0rt0neJnoma.e0m . Tacoma Center's December l teas. drymustard cranberries ALL STADIUM SEATING AUDITORIUMS , 2 teas. salt 1 can (8 oz.) crushed Larry Greear, principal of ALL DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND blu to lteas, pepper pineapple, drained Saint Paul Elementary School, egress music schedule mayonnaise for cooking % cup finely chopped green has announced the names of Ttie Tacoma Community Kentucky Rain meatballs bell pepper students whose work has earned 1 can cream of mushroom 2 tbsp. freely chopped onion them placement on the honor roll for the second six weeks of the Center, located just offRoute 58 Intermission music is soup 2 jalapriDS, seeded and school year. between Norton and Coeburn, provided by the Peters Brothers. 1 can cream of chicken soup chopped Fill- 3180' 5:00'7.'00 9100 m .* has !announced its Saturday Concessions include soup 2 cans (12 oz.)evaporated teas. salt GRADE 3: All A's--Ben ! night Bluegrass Music schedule beans, cornbread, hamburgers, milk cup chopped fresh cilantro Broyles, Jenna Hall, Emily Lee,IlllY-l:00.3.W0.j0 * for December. Events be-gin at hot dogs French friesand Combine ground beef, bread, teas. cinnamon Will Lunsford, Jayme Salyers. i 7p.m. nachos, onions, dry mustard, salt andIn a large bowl, toss First Honor Roll-None. Second 7:00HOP Saturday' December 20-" Fr rere infrmatin' call pepper in a large bwl' Mix with cranberries' pineapple, green bell Hnr Rll--Ze Gullett' [1 -13 yES 1 Gary. Edwards Basic Grass RooseveltStanley,276-679- your hands until well combined, pepper, onion, jalapenos, salt, Spencer Hale, Aspen Hess, saturday, December 27-- 1855. Form into 42 to 45 small cilantro, and cinnamonuntilwell HaydenLinkous, MakiaPhillips, m r) Holid oki g meatballs. Melt mayonnaise in a combined. Cover and chill for 2 Suzanne Scheerer, Mackenzie , skillet. Add meatballs in batches hours. Serve with chips or your Slemp, Hannah Steele,Jack ay co n with kids and cookuntilevenlybrowned, favorite meat. Makes 3 cups. Ward, Hunter Wright. : FiU.4:30.7.'25.hlSPil ; Drain on paper towels. Transfer GRADE 4: All A's--Camryn DAILY.|.,.45.4:30,7:25 Provided by the measuring equipment out before to a baking dish. Whisk together DATE-FILLED COFFEE Cook, Makayla Funk, Gabby ", Virginia Egg Couneil beginning soups and milk. Pour over CAKE Kiser. First Honor Roll--Cody ! We've all heard the old Read over the entire recipe, meatballs. Bake 325 degrees for cup chopped dates Meade. Second Honor Roll--- adage that the holidays are for including directions and re-', Dalton Baker, Tyler Etam, e,fl 13 - p l ' PJ l:']i0ur. Good with rice or cupwater i/=illrL llk m[ children, so this is a great- time , heat the ove :' ;z. "-" noodleS: ' 1 cups sugar, dividedCassidy Fleming, Zachary to involve them in cooking. The - After preparation, ctearru~ ....... 1/3 cup short,fling Graziano, Emily Slemp, "Cede holidays are about family, lovedcomes next POTATO SOUP 3 eggs Steele. , ~ ones and togetherness and food Store prepared items (like 8 slices bacon, cut into small1 teas. vanilla GRADE 5: All A s--Maleah FII-'W.7:15.9 5P| " is an integral part of all cele- cookies) properly for later use pieces 1%cupsall-purposeflour Castle, Kirsten Crim, Marina DALLY.2:30'4',45'/:15 brations. Whether they are mak- Eggs offer many options 2 cups diced onion 1 teas. salt Gibson, Casey Hall, Leslie i ing edible gifts for the neighbors when it comes to ease of pre- 1 cup chopped green pepper cup milk Murphy. First Honor Roll--- i or planning a portion of the big paration and they are frequently 3 garlic cloves, crushed I pkg. (3.4 oz.) butterscotch McKinley Isaacs. Second Honor dinner, kids love to be a part of one of the first foods kids learn cup unsalted butter instant pudding Roll--Abby Campbell, Lauren [ P6-13 . ] i the preparations, and with easy to cook. From scrambled to hard recipes, they can master some cooked, many egg recipes salt and pepper to tasteCombine dates, water and Carico, Emily Dickenson, Sheen | FOUR BI [ great cooking skills. Kids love require just a few ingredients. 1 cup mild picante saucecup of sugar in a saucepan. Elam, Marley Linkous, Emily[[ CHRIS"FMA.SES j[ 6 to 8 cups cubed potatoes Bring to a boil and cook, stirring Rose, Jarrett Rose, Bailey to chop, measure and stir andThere are lots of options to 3 large chicken broth constantly for 2 minutes. Re- Wright, Cindy York. , FRI-5:OO'/',20'9',20PN ; i ee and enjoy the results of personalize eggs with a child's 1 lb. yellow processed che- move from heat, cool and mix GRADE 6: All A s--Steven turning recipes into food. favorite ingredients such as ese, cubed well. In a large bowl, combine Hall. First Honor Roll--Autumn |AILY.2:20'5.J0.7:20 : : Some tips for cooking cheese, veggies, bacon andCook bacon in the bottom of shortening, eggs and vanilla and Ingle, Alex Stallard. Second 9:20PN : " with kids: chopped ham. a stockpot until crisp. Addbeat well. With mixer running Honor Roll--Katie Jenkins, Jon Wash hands before begin- For great tips and recipes for .. onion, green pepper, garlic and add flour, remaining cup sugar, Kilgore, Damien Patrick, Jared , cooking with kids, fun facts, butter. Saute until onion is soft salt, milk and instant pudding. Ring. , Make sure counters are trivia and more holiday ideas, plean and clean wash cloths and visit the Ameri-can Egg Board's and golden, 5 to 6 minutes.Beat 2 minutes. Pour half of GRADE 7: All A s--Ryan Sprinkle with salt and pepper, batter in tube pan. Add date Milgrim. First Honor Roll---- towels are available website at http://incredibleegg. : Get all the ingredients and org/kid. 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