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Issue Date: October 24, 2019

Shirley Prudhomme

High winds, high waters".

Our yard had its first really killing frost last week, after which we and the rest of TIMESland were blessed with an absolutely gorgeous, golden weekend that probably was Autumn's swan song for this year. Naturally it started raining again on Sunday and pretty much hasn't stopped since. Nothing new about that this year.

Leaves are off many of the trees, but others are decked in their finest Fall Foliage that seems to just get prettier every day. Enough to take your breath away.

Most of the geese have already completed their pilgrimage south, but George, the wild goose that lives with our family, once again declined to go with them. We wish he would. Flocks of geese are certainly messy, but even one goose manages to leave droppings all over the yard that really are not fun to deal with, and add to that - George doesn't like everybody. As he gets older he's been a lot less shy about letting it show, so that makes him less fun to have around. And yes, geese can bite!

WITH SYMPATHY

Feel so sorry for those people who live along M35 in Menominee and anywhere on the Green Bay shoreline from Marinette to Green Bay. Lots of yards, and lots of homes, are flooded. Some roads in Oconto County are closed due to high waters that were aggravated by strong winds last week.

Sometimes Mother Nature absolutely is not nice!!

CLIMATE CHANGE?

In 2000, David Viner, a scientist at University of East Anglia's climate research unit, predicted that in a few years winter snowfall would become "a very rare and exciting event. Children just aren't going to know what snow is." Bet this winter we'll be wishing he'd been right!

By the way, not too many years ago we were being warned that the lakes in Wisconsin and Michigan were going dry and groundwater supplies were being used up at alarming rates. And a few years before that scientific types were seriously recommending construction of a pipeline from the tip of Lake Michigan to deliver excess water from the lake to desert areas out west.

Now the tide has changed again, so to speak, and homes along the Green Bay shoreline and along M-35 in Menominee are flooded. Some roads near the Bay in Oconto County are closed due to high water.

Water levels in the Bay and and Lake Michigan are at somewhat disastrous and record levels, although a study of the soils will certainly show this isn't the first time those shoreline areas have been under water.

Wish someday the doomsday folks would look at history over the long haul before they rant on about problems that seem to ebb and flow like the tide, but on a much more extended timetable.

FUN THINGS

Lots of great events coming up in TIMESland this weekend, and Halloween is just a week away.

Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy in Marinette is hosting its annual Oktoberfest celebration and dinner on Saturday, Oct. 26 in the High School gym. Dinner is a traditional German buffet featuring pork roast, sauerkraut, German potato salad, vegetables, mashed potatoes, and side dishes, finished with a decadent Black Forest torte. A variety of beverages will be available.

This year guests can share in a free live murder mystery if they choose, in addition to raffles, 50/50 drawings and music by DJ Tom Gromala, there will be a special activity area with crafts and games for children. Big prize raffle tickets must be purchased in advance. Dinner tickets are $14 for adults and $5 for children 5-12, ages 4 and under free. Doors open at 5 p.m., with dinner from 5:30 to 7:30. Dinner and raffle tickets are available at the school offices or call 715-735-7481.

FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE

From 5:30 to 8 pm. on Saturday, Oct. 26, local artist Rusty Wolfe and some fellow musicians will be performing at a free concert in Theatre on the Bay on the Marinette Campus of UW-Green Bay. Free tickets are available at the M&M Area Community Foundation offices on 10th Ave. in Menominee and at all area schools. Funds raised at the event will go to the M&M Foundation's Future Fund that provides savings accounts for children.

Wolfe, who lives in the Town of Wausaukee with his wife, Kim Brooks, is an artist in every sense of the word. He began the musical part of his career writing songs and making music in Nashville, and some major Country Music stars - like Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty - have recorded them.

In addition to writing and making music, he is a nationally known architect and artist working in all sorts of media from painting to sculpture to metals and woods. Among many other things, he designed the metal bass that are seen all over Marinette and the "Eye of the Wave" sculpture at Stephenson National Bank in Marinette. He also wrote the jingle for last year's Small Business Revolution contest in Marinette and Menominee, and recently recorded his first album.

Wolfe attributes much of his success as an artist to the fact that he is dyslexic, and had to learn to use his brain in ways outside the norm. He said he taught himself to play the guitar as a lonely child who was often bullied by his peers, and as his singing, playing and song writing improved, found that those same peers started thinking he was "cool".

MORE MUSIC

Starting at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 27 the Northeast Wisconsin Concert Band, led by Robert Berndt and Glen Reinke, will be performing in the W. J. Jones Auditorium of Marinette High School, offering music that includes a Sousa March, a suite of Greek folk songs, selections from Fiddler on the Roof and much more. Musicians in the Concert Band are seasoned performers who get together regularly to practice and play for their love of music. This is the band's 27th season, and Sunday's concert is their first for this year. Tickets, at $5 for adults and $2 for students, will be averrable at the door.

ELECTORIAL COLLEGE

We're hearing complaints from liberals that the Electoral College method used for selecting American presidents should be discarded in favor of strictly going with the popular vote. They claim Hillary Clinton, and not Donald Trump would now be president if that were the case.

Their arguments sound good if you don't think about it too deeply - majority rules, and all that.

But before jumping to any hasty - and bad - conclusions, we need to remember why the United States' Founders created the Electoral College. Remember that this was, and still is, a union of states. If there were no electoral college to ensure that the various states were fairly represented, one or two densely populated areas would speak for the entire nation.

Just as in Wisconsin those in the Milwaukee, Racine and Madison areas pretty much determine the outcome of elections, in the entire nation, if only popular votes counted, folks who live in areas totaling 314 miles of this vast land would be electing the president for the entire nation. Rural areas would have little or no say in the matter.

Those considerations are why we have a Senate with two representatives from each state and territory, in addition to the House of Representatives, where representation is based on population.

Consider that there are 3,141 counties in the United States. Trump won 3,084 of them. Clinton won 57.

There are 62 counties in New York State. Trump won 46 of them. Clinton won 16. 

Clinton won the popular vote by approximately1.5 million votes. In the five counties that encompass New York City, (Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Richmond & Queens) Clinton received well over 2 million more votes than Trump. Clinton only won four of these counties; Trump won Richmond.

These five counties alone, more than accounted for Clinton winning the popular vote of the entire country. 

These 5 counties comprise 319 square miles. And it's been verified and documented time and time again that those 319  square miles - in addition to other heavily populated areas like Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles and San Francisco - are where the majority of our nation's problems originate. 

The United States covers 3,797,000 square miles. Every logical thinking person should agree that when you have a country that covers almost 4 million square miles of territory, it would be ludicrous to even suggest that the vote of those who inhabit a mere 319 square miles should dictate the outcome of national elections. 

Residents of large, densely populated cities should not be allowed to dictate to the rest of the nation!

YOUTH HUNT

Lots of hunting and trapping seasons are now in progress, and bow season for deer is in progress. A couple of weeks ago fledgling deer hunters were allowed to be out with guns, during the Youth Hunt weekend. One young man - the 10-year-old grandson of some friends - stopped at his grandma's house that Saturday morning and asked to use her gun. They live in the woods, it was Youth Hunting Weekend, and he'd taken Hunter's Safety Class, so she said yes.

About two hours later the proud young hunter was back. He'd shot his first buck on the first day he ever hunted, and needed help to get it home. Won't that be a fine story for him to tell his own grandkids some day???

Recall my own Dad would take the boys hunting, but until they turned 12 they weren't allowed to carry a gun. Under the direction of seasoned hunters, they would run through the woods barking like dogs and otherwise making lots of noise (which boys are usually good at), and drive the deer into the sights of their elders, who did have guns. Ultimately, we almost always did have venison.

SPELL CHECK

Thank goodness for spell check"sometimes. Have had it make some really bad corrections, but recently was saved from an actually quite appropriate keyboard glitch. Trustees of a TIMESland village approved a beverage server's license allowing an employee to sell packaged goods at a local convenience store, which around here almost always means a case or a six-pack of Wisconsin's national beverage. The story as almost printed said the board approved a beerage server's license. Sort of right on, when you think about it.

BOREDOM

In case you happen someday to get bored, just look around for some work that you should be doing, and you'll get over it. Ever notice how quickly kids quit saying there's nothing to do when you try to push them into doing some chores? Assigning tasks works to cure boredom, and when the chores are done, everyone feels better.

Every kid old enough to know what helping is all about should have some responsibilities that make them feel like a contributing member of the family, something they can point to and say, "I did that!" whether it's scrubbing a sink, raking the lawn, setting the table or picking up dirty socks.

Every kid old enough to reach the dresser drawers should be in charge of putting away their own laundry and tossing their own dirty clothes in the hamper!

PUN TIME

Halloween can bring out the best in some folks, the worst in others. There are some seriously bad puns making the rounds.

Hear about the skeleton nicknamed Lazy Bones? He says some people have no guts, and claims to play the trom-bone. He doesn't find skeleton jokes very humerus.

However, he said the star of a recent party was the ghostess with the mostest. His words of advice to Ghouls who just want to have fun are to go ahead and "shake your boo-ty!", and "If you've got it, haunt it."

He hopes they'll be serving boo-yah at the next part he goes to.

Okay. Okay. Enough already!

COOKIN' TIME

Apples are plentiful and relatively inexpensive right now, so take advantage of all the good things you can make with them in addition to good Apple Pie! See the recipe below for a sweet, savory and easy pork dish that you can have on the table in less than an hour, start to finish!

CHOCOLATE SOUP BROWNIES

Printed this great recipe last week, but left out the amount of Cocoa Wheats needed. So sorry for problems this caused. Here's a reprint of the whole recipe, this time with the Cocoa Wheats. Incidentally, you could also use Chocolate Malt O Meal, or regular Cream of Wheat or Malt O Meal and add an extra quarter cup of cocoa powder if you don't have Cocoa Wheats.

1 cup butter

2 1/2 cups sugar

4 eggs

2 teaspoons vanilla

1 1/2 cups Cocoa Wheats

1 1/2 cups flour

1 teaspoon baking powder

3/4 cup cocoa

1/4 teaspoon salt

1 cup chocolate chips and/or chopped nuts

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cream together butter and sugar. Add the vanilla and eggs and beat until fluffy. Beat in the Cocoa Wheats. In a separate bowl stir together the flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt. Gradually add this to the creamed mixture. Using the electric mixer is okay. Mixture will be thick. By hand, stir in the chocolate chips and/or nuts. Spread in a greased 9"X12" baking pan and bake 45 minutes.

APPLE GLAZED PORK TENDERLOIN

1 tablespoon olive oil

1 (1 1/4 pounds) pork tenderloin

salt and ground black pepper to taste

2 teaspoons chopped fresh parsley

1/2 sweet onion, diced

2 Gala apples, sliced

1/2 cup Riesling wine

1 cup apple jelly

2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

Heat the olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat, and brown the pork tenderloin on all sides. Remove the browned tenderloin to the prepared baking dish. Sprinkle all sides of the meat with salt, pepper and parsley. In that same skillet, cook and stir the onion and apple over medium heat until the onion becomes soft, about 5 minutes. Pour in the Riesling wine. Scrape all the browned flavor bits off the bottom of the skillet and stir to help dissolve them into the wine. Bring to a boil, and pour the mixture over the tenderloin. Mix together the apple jelly and balsamic vinegar in a bowl until the lumps are gone. Spread the jelly mixture all over the pork. Bake in the preheated oven until done, probably 30 to 45 minutes. A meat thermometer should read 145 degrees. Allow the tenderloin to rest for 10 minutes before slicing. Serve each slice with a spoonful of the apple-onion mixture.

WALNUT ZUCCHINI MUFFINS

Packed with nutrition, these muffins are disguised as a sweet treat. Recipe makes one dozen. Freeze for a breakfast on the run complete with a small serving of vegetables. The nuts add protein.

1 cup all purpose flour

3/4 cup whole wheat flour

2/3 cup packed brown sugar

2 teaspoons baking powder

3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/2 teaspoon salt

2 large eggs

3/4 cup milk

1/2 cup butter, melted

1 cup shredded zucchini

1 cup chopped walnuts

1/2 cup raisins

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Spray a 12-slot muffin pan with cooking spray or line with papers. In a large bowl, whisk the first six ingredients. In another bowl, whisk eggs, milk and melted butter until blended. Add to flour mixture; stir just until moistened. Fold in zucchini, walnuts and raisins. Fill 12 greased muffin cups three-fourths full. Bake 18-20 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool 5 minutes before removing from pan to a wire rack. Serve warm. Freeze cooled muffins in freezer containers or tightly sealed zipper bags. To use, thaw at room temperature or, if desired, microwave each muffin on high until heated through, 20-30 seconds.

EASY APPLE DUMPLINGS

To make more, just double this recipe and use a 9X13" pan instead of 8X8".

1 8-ounce tube crescent rolls

3 large firm apples, like Granny Smith

1 stick butter, melted

3/4 cup sugar

1/2 teaspoon vanilla

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 1/2 tablespoons flour

More cinnamon to sprinkle on

3/4 cup lemon-lime soda, like Sprite or Mountain Dew

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray an 8X8" baking pan with buttery flavored cooking spray. Peel and core apples and cut each one into eight slices. Unroll a tube of crescent rolls and sprinkle with cinnamon, then separate into 8 pieces. On each tube put three apple slices, and then roll up, starting at the smallest end. Pinch to seal and place in the baking dish. Melt the butter in a small saucepan and stir in the flour, sugar and cinnamon. Pour this over the filled crescent roll dumplings. Pour the soda around the edges. Sprinkle a bit more cinnamon on top. Bake in the pre-heated oven for 35 to 40 minutes. Serve with whipped cream or ice cream, preferably while warm.

Thought for the week: Put in a good word and lend a helping hand whenever you can. Remember that as the sage once said, every time you help someone else up the ladder of success you can't help getting a little closer to the top yourself.

(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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