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11/6/2014
Did you SAVE the date?
The days march on only 296 days to the best time of your life. . . .  Continued

10/31/2014
THE BIG EVENT
It happens only once. There's 302 days left. DON'T MISS IT! . . .  Continued

10/30/2014
IT'S ARRIVING IN 2015
Keep your eye on the box above. . . .  Continued

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Thursday 6, 2014

The 1960’s saw many new innovations in the Food Industry. How many of these do you remember?

1961 - Boiling Bags introduced

Teflon coated cookware arrived

First Hardees Franchise

Food Stamp Program Started


1964/1965 - St Paul MN gets its first McDonalds, Burgers were $.15

1st 12 oz Aluminum can was introduced by Royal Crown

World’s largest cheese made in WI a 34,519 lb cheddar was shipped to the
World’s Fair. The cheese was eaten in 1965 by the dairy men’s convention.
replica is on display in Nellsville WI.

The plastic milk container was introduced

Diet Pepsi arrived on the scene

Buffalo Wings were created in TN

Astronaut John Young smuggled a corn beef sandwich aboard
The 1st Gemini Space Craft

         Cool Whip was introduced

1st Subway Sandwich shop opened

Campbell Soup introduced Spaghetti-O’s

Pillsbury Dough Boy was born

        


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Thursday 6, 2014

November is the month of Thanksgiving. We all know the traditional story of the first Thanksgiving with the Pilgrams and Indians. Then there is the Politically Correct version. No matter which version you choose to believe I have listed some Thanksgiving facts I don’t think you’ve heard before. HAVE A HAPPY THANKSGIVING


A tradition is born:

TV dinners have Thanksgiving to thanks. In 1953, someone at Swanson misjudged the number of frozen turkeys it would sell that Thanksgiving - by 26 TONS! Some industrious soul came up with a brilliant plan: Why not slice up the meat and repackage with some trimmings on the side? Thus, the first TV dinner was born!


Going shopping?:

Not if you’re a plumber. Black Friday is the busiest day of the year for them, according to Roto-Rooter, the nation’s largest plumbing service. After all, someone has to clean up after household guest who ”overwhelm the system”.


This land is my land:

There are four places in the U.S. named Turkey. Louisiana’s Turkey Creek is the most populous, with a whopping 440 residents. There’s also Turkey, Texas; Turkey, North Carolina; and Turkey Creek, Arizona. Oh, let’s not forget the two townships in Pennsylvania: the creatively named Upper Turkeyfoot and Lower Turkeyfoot!


Leaving a Legacy:

When Abe Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a national holiday, it was thanks to the tireless efforts of a magazine editor named Sarah Josepha Hale
Her other claim to fame? She also wrote the nursery rhyme, “Mary had a Little Lamb”.


Gobble Gobble?:

Not so fast. Only male turkeys, called toms, gobble. Females, called hens, cackle.


Have it your way:

If Ben Franklin did, the turkey would be our national bird. An eagle, he wrote in a letter to his daughter, had “bad moral character.” A turkey, on the other hand, was a, ”much more respectable bird.”


Born in the U.S.A.:

Thanksgiving is not just an American holiday. Canadians celebrate it too. Except they do it the second Monday in October.


Break out the menurkeys:

The first day of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving came together on 11/28/2013 for the first time. Scientist say the confluence won’t occur for another 70,000 years, give or take a millennium.


Doomed from birth:

Those poor turkeys; they don’t stand a chance. Just look at the name we gave them. A turkey less than 12 weeks-old is called a fryer-roaster.


Talking turkey:

Why is it called a turkey? Oh boy, this will take some explainin’. Back in the day, the Europeans took a liking to the guinea fowls imported to the continent. Since the birds were imported by Turkish merchants, the English called them turkeys. Later when the Spaniards came to America, they found a bird that tasted like those guinea fowls. When they were sent to Europe, the English called these birds “turkeys” as well

        


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 Adoption  My daughter and her husband are in the process of
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 Vacation  Sandy Tucker SPHS class of 1966 and sister of Ron
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 3/30/2014

 Anniversary  Betty and Jim Tucker parents of Ron class of '65',
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