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January 4, 1989

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School menus li ar en ]U ,c' 1989 Roger Pond Wednesday, January 4, 1989, The Sun 7 Chapman 2resting Jan. 9th thru Jan. 13th e a rn~londay: Meat & cheese sand- : to stell, potato soup. crackers, apple 1 steali~, milk. e generlhesday: Pizza pockets, corn, people ~, peanut butter, cookie, milk. !ednesday: Chili cinnamon t that tl~t, reg. sticks, applesauce, milk. ing a~Ursday: Fried chicken, tater rolls, fruit salad, milk. ndenha~rlday: Poor boys, potato chips, S studOpickles salad peaches milk. Fauleoner Jan. 9th thru Jan. 13th Monday: Tuna salad sandwich, celery w/peanut butter, cookie, banana, milk. Tuesday: Lasagna, green beans, french bread, peaches, milk. Wednesday: Taco, buttered corn, jcllo pudding pops, milk. Thursday: Weiner wrap, french fries, peas, applesauce, milk. Friday: Shepherd's pie cucumber slices, jello w/fruit, milk. gre newcomers The She-idan Garden Club met at the home of Alice Clore for its December meeting. The club welcomed two new members, Lois Brown and Viola Nisly. Alice Sehulze said "it's time to repot over grown house plants," and instructed how to do it. Lucille Belieu gave demonstration of making corsages with live, dried and artifical flowers. Hostess Alice Clore and Mildred Cooley served Christmas goodie. and then a gift exchange was enjoyed by all. There will be no January meeting. My wife and 1 had a nice visR recently with some friends who operate a prune orchard. While a prune orchard may not sound exciting to a lot of folks, it is to me. Our friends showed us the whole operation--from picking to drying; but the most exciting thing to me , i :