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Country Cousin

Issue Date: September 6, 2018

Are white shoes taboo?

Labor Day weekend is over, school is back in session for the year, leaves are changing color and the rain doesn't stop falling. The calendar says Autumn won't be here until Saturday, Sept. 22, but it's wrong. It's here now.

Remember back when well dressed women couldn't wear white shoes or other summery garb between Labor Day and Memorial Day? Totally frowned upon. Can't remember the name now, but there was even a murder mystery movie about a family whose female members were being murdered. Turned out one of the family matriarchs was enforcing fashion rules by killing relatives who broke the fashion laws. Anyone out there remember the name of that movie or the book it was based on?

Thank goodness those old fashion rules no longer apply!

STILL TIME FOR FUN

Summer may be over, but fun time is not. There are loads of events planned in TIMESland, some for indoors, some for outdoors. Watch dates and ads for major fall fun events coming up in Peshtigo, Wausaukee, Crivitz and elsewhere later this month and into October.

On Saturday, Sept. 8 you might:

*Enjoy the Republican Party Corn Roast at Drees Center in Peshtigo;

*Take in all there is to do at the 32nd annual Model Train Show and the Second Annual Family Fun Day at Menominee Regional Airport (formerly Twin County Airport) in Menominee. It's sponsored by the Wisconsin and Michigan Model Railroad Club of Marinette and Menominee. There will be real planes, model trains, real automobiles, real motorcycles, and real tractors, along with a craft show, food and beverages, Merline's Magic balloon art and face painting, a bounce slide and ball pit. Want to look down on everyone? For $50 you can enjoy a Chemair Helicopter Ride.

CITY CAMPOUT

On Friday, Sept. 14 to Saturday, Sept. 15 the City of Marinette Recreation Department is hosting its first ever overnight Family Fun Campout at Red Arrow Park. There will be games, activities, and a movie in the park. The Stephenson Library and Marinette County Land and Water Conversation Division will be hosting activities in the park during the night. A hot dog dinner and breakfast will be provided for all participants, partially courtesy of Jack's Fresh Market. Cost is $5 per person, except there's no charge for kids aged two and under. Pre-registration by Wednesday, Sept. 12 is required. Sign up at the Civic Center at 2000 Alice Lane, Marinette, or call the Civic Center at 715-732-5222.

PAINT THE TOWN

Painting seems to be the activity of the season, weather permitting. The Friends of Camp Bird are recruiting volunteers to help paint cabins there on Wednesday, Sept. 12, starting at 10 am. They'll prep the cabins for spray painting, then have a lunch and finish up an hour after lunch. Volunteers can attend even if they cannot stay long. Anyone interested can call Wally Hitt at 715-735-6988 or Phil Thibodeau, camp caretaker, at 715-757-3242. Rain date is Thursday, Sept. 13. Call if in doubt about the weather.

In the City of Oconto, Machickanee Players' say they desperately need to paint the Park Avenue Playhouse before winter.  Through "Habitat for Humanity' they have the paint but are in dire need of equipment and willing hands to help complete the task.  They're hoping groups, civic organizations, businesses and willing individuals can donate time and the use of equipment like ladders, scaffolds and lift trucks on the first and/or second weekend in October.  Park Avenue Playhouse is the home of the oldest dinner theater in Northeast Wisconsin.  Willing and able to help? Call the Players at (920) 834-4353, or email machickaneeplayers@yahoo.com.

A STITCH IN TIME

Quilting is rapidly gaining popularity as an art form. If you are among those who enjoy quilting, or who would like to learn, Northwoods Quilters is holding an all day quilt retreat September 10th at Pioneer Presbyterian Church, 1947 Riverside Avenue, Marinette. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. and quilters can sew until 3:30 p.m. Bring your own projects or help with charity items. Irons, boards, and mats will be provided. Tables will be shared unless you bring your own. If you have power strips and extension cords, bring them. There will be drawings for prizes. Lunch will be served but bring your own beverage and a snack for the snack table.

For folks in the northern reaches of TiMESland, The Saintly Stitchers' Quilt Guild will hold a Quilt Show 10 a.m. to 6 pm. on Friday, Oct. 12 and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13, at the Evangelical Covenant Church, 120 O' Dill Drive in Norway, Mi. Admission is $5. Numerous members of that group come from south of the border. They're offering mini seminar sessions on quilt making, and will have quilting patterns, supplies and equipment for sale.

CRIVITZ SONG REQUEST

Had a call some months ago from P. J. Noone of Arizona for a copy of the words to a song about Crivitz and Shaffer's Fried chicken. Song was written by Bob Jicha a decade or two ago when he was part of the locally popular "Happy MediumZ" band headed by Rod Sterzing. They played the song while performing at Shaffers. I was there, liked it, and got permission to print the words.

Mr. Noone is from Texas, but was married to a Crivitz girl. Says he loved visiting here. That's why they subscribed to The Peshtigo Times, and how he had a copy of the song in the first place.

Things change. Mr. Noone is now a widow. Somehow he had lost his copy of the Country Cousin column that included the song. They're the dining and bar portion of Shaffer Park has burned down, and Shaffer's Fried Chicken is no more. The Happy Medium had quit playing for a while, but recently have been staging a comeback.

To get on with the story, Mr. Noone asked for a copy of the words. I couldn't readily locate the column in which it was printed, and Bob Jicha no longer had the words he had written on the spur of the moment. Put out a request for readers who might have it, but there were no responses.

Then Mr. Noone called to say he had located some copies of the original in a box in his garage, and he sent them to me, so here they are. Thank You, Mr. Noone.

CRIVITZ SONG

I'm headed into Crivitz,

It's the place to be.

It's the one place in this world

I can get somethin good to eat.

I'm hungry for some lovin'.

And some fried chicken.

goes down easy,

And it's finger lickin'.

I know just where to go"

There's this woman that I know.

She shakes it up right,

And lets it simmer real slow.

Crivitz women. And Shaffer's fried chicken.



Crivitz women. And Shaffer's fried chicken.

Over on Union there's this good ol' gal.

She can smoke a pig, she can fry some fowl.

She's got biscuits in her oven,

Corn bread in the pan.

I get by to see her

Every chance I can.

I catch a whiff whenI turn the corner.

My mouth starts to water and I'm a gonner.

Crivitz women. And Shaffer's fried chicken.



Yeah, I take my old guitar and I go down on Beal.

Play some good blues and get a real good meal.

I don't care if whiskey ever hits my lips,

As long as I can get a taste of those barbecue ribs.

Crivitz women. And Shaffer's fried chicken.



Crivitz women. And Shaffer's fried chicken.

Now that ol' woman on the bluff

Makes a livin' bakin' pie.

Got some chocolate colored fingers.

dark blueberry eyes.

Got some lite powdered sugar

sprinkled on her hair.

Her apple turnover is beyond compare.

When it's hot and sticky,

and you want sometin' good 'n; sweet,

She keeps the handle crankin' out

that homemade ice cream treat.

Yeah,

Crivitz women. And Shaffer's fried chicken.

Crivitz women. And Shaffer's fried chicken.

The words are not poet laureate material, but the song was catchy performed live, and it's worth preserving because for so many years eating Shaffer's Fried Chicken was something just about every visitor to Crivitz looked forward to.

Thanks, P.J. for the words, and for the other interesting material you sent, including the real estate listings for Cochise County properties at prices I'm glad we don't have to pay, for example 21.3 acres with a "yurt," and small garage for $130,000. Oh, yes, It does have well too.

ON THE SOAP BOX SHOE STYLES

Speaking of shoes, as we were at the start of today's column, since Nike has chosen to honor former NFL football player Colin Kaepernick in its most recent "Just Do It" commercials anyone caught wearing that footgear with the name logo intact ought to be ashamed.

At least one of Nike ads features a photo of Kaepernick with the caption: "Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything." That's actually a pretty good thought, but it works both ways

Remember Kaepernick? He's the former San Francisco 49ers player who started the fad for players to refuse to stand for the National Anthem, but sit or kneel instead, as a protest for what they perceive as prejudice-based police brutality toward black people.

Yet Kaepernick has been photographed in his Nike shoes, wearing socks that show a pig in a police officer's uniform.

Who's prejudiced here?

For his information, there are a lot of very fine black policemen who also are willing to sacrifice everything for something they believe in - which is to protect the public, black and white alike!

Certainly Kaepernick has a legal and even moral right to disrespect our nation if he wants to. That's one of the privileges of being an American.

But just as certainly, those of us who disagree with him and his disrespect for police officers have a legal and moral right to express that disagreement by boycotting the brand that supports him and the teams that hire him - or any team or league that promotes disrespect for our nation while reaping benefits we all enjoy because we are Americans.

According to a popular news magazine article, Kaepernick is currently involved in a legal battle with the NFL after filing a grievance that owners colluded not to hire him after he became a free agent following the start of his protests in 2016.

That same article says the NFL actually supports Kaepernick's disrespect for the flag and national anthem.

They quote a statement by Jocelyn Moore, the NFL's executive vice president of communications and public affairs: "The National Football League believes in dialogue, understanding and unity. We embrace the role and responsibility of everyone involved with this game to promote meaningful, positive change in our communities. The social justice issues that Colin and other professional athletes have raised deserve our attention and action."

Might be immaterial, or it might not, but Nike is also a major NFL sponsor.

Our family can't afford to be burning its Nike footgear like some folks are doing in protest over the National Anthem protest, but we could cut off the logos or blacken them with paint or magic marker, and we certainly can refrain from buying that brand in the future.

Do give some credence though, to the Nike ad campaign's "Just Do It" theme. Lots of heroes over the years have given up everything to stand up for what they believed in - including those who fought on both sides of the Civil War. And today we revile one side and honor the other. The issue is to choose issues wisely, and stand up for things worth believing in - which includes America and The Star Spangled Banner that represents it!

STILL ON THE SOAP BOX CHICAGO SHOOTINGS

Just read a "Tweet" attributed to news commentator Mark Simone. It says "Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has come up with a great way to save lives - he just announced he won't seek re-election. Chicago already planning a victory celebration."

Incidentally, for anyone who still believes stricter gun control laws will stop criminals from having guns, Chicago has some of the harshest anti-gun laws in the nation. Has had them for quite some time.

So guess what? Honest, law abiding folks who might use guns to defend themselves or others don't have them. Only the bad guys do.

COOKIN' TIME

This is the best of times for those who love to cook and love to eat.Weather is still fine enough most of the time to enjoy cooking on the grill, but cool enough to tolerate cooking in the kitchen, even cooking things that take a lot of simmering. Gardens and orchards are still yielding their bountiful crops, and if we haven't raised our own, available fresh, at good prices, from roadside stands everywhere. So let's enjoy now, and put by some treats for the winter. Snow will come soon enough!

PEACHY GRILLED CHICKEN BREASTS

8 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves

1 pinch salt and ground black pepper to taste

2 cups peach preserves

3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil

2 tablespoons soy sauce

1 tablespoon finely chopped garlic

1 tablespoon Dijon mustard

4 ripe peaches, halved and pitted

Stir peach preserves, olive oil, soy sauce, garlic, and mustard in a bowl; season with salt and black pepper. Reserve about 1/2 cup peach sauce. Place chicken on preheated grill; cook until golden brown, 6 to 7 minutes, then flip chicken. Continue cooking for 5 to 6 minutes. Brush both sides of the chicken with peach sauce. Cook until no longer pink in the center and the juices run clear, 4 to 5 more minutes. An instant-read thermometer inserted into the center should read at least 165 degrees. Arrange peach halves cut side down on the grill. Grill for 2 minutes, flip, and brush with reserved 1/2 cup peach sauce. Continue to grill until peaches are tender, 3 to 4 minutes more.

TOMATO BOUNTY SALSA

9 pounds yellow tomatoes (25 to 30 medium)

4 medium onions, finely chopped

2 cans (6 ounces each) tomato paste

1 large sweet red pepper, finely chopped

3/4 cup white vinegar

4 jalapeño peppers, seeded and chopped

4 garlic cloves, minced

3 teaspoons salt

1/2 teaspoon pepper

In a large saucepan, bring 8 cups water to a boil. Add tomatoes; boil for 30 seconds. Drain; immediately place in ice water. Drain and pat dry; peel and finely chop. In a stockpot, combine remaining ingredients. Stir in tomatoes. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 20 minutes or until desired thickness. Carefully ladle hot mixture into hot 1-pint jars, leaving 1/2-in. headspace. Remove air bubbles; wipe rims and adjust lids. Process for 20 minutes in a boiling-water canner.

CHILI SAUCE

4 quarts chopped peeled tomatoes (about 24 large)

2 cups chopped onions

2 cups chopped sweet red peppers ( about 4 medium)

1 serrano pepper, finely chopped

1 cup sugar

3 tablespoons salt

3 tablespoons mixed pickling spices

1 tablespoon celery seed

1 tablespoon mustard seed

2 1/2 cups white vinegar

In a stockpot, combine tomatoes, onions, peppers, sugar and salt; simmer, uncovered, for 45 minutes. Place pickling spices, celery seed and mustard seed on a double thickness of cheesecloth; bring up corners of cloth and tie with string to form a bag; add to tomato mixture. Cook for 45 minutes or until very thick, stirring frequently. Add vinegar; cook to desired thickness. Discard spice bag. Carefully ladle hot mixture into hot pint jars, leaving 1/2-in. headspace. Adjust caps. Process for 15 minutes in a boiling-water canner.



The County Cousin

Thought for the week: If we all lived by these words of Mother Teresa we would do well: "Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow is yet to come. We have only today." So let us make the best use we can of today to prepare ourselves and our children for all our tomorrows.



(This column is written by Shirley Prudhomme of Crivitz. Views expressed are her own and are in no way intended to be an official statement of the opinions of Peshtigo Times editors and publishers. She may be contacted by phone at 715-291-9002 or by e-mail to shirleyprudhommechickadee@yahoo.com.)


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