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Notes from a Country Kitchen


Fri, Aug 31st, 2001
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Annabelle Kvam Monday, September 3, 2001

What do I hear? Itís rain and how wonderful it sounds. We were all praying for rain and I hope we all thank the good Lord as he answers our prayer. I suppose the first complaint will be those who are going to the state fair. Thatís one place I wonít or donít go, just too much walking for an old gal like me. I was there once but it was many years ago. Today (Sat.) I just donít have much to write, Iím just sitting by my desk, next to the window, listening to the rain come down, itís music to my ears.
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Chuckle

Two dogs met on the street one day and started talking. "Iím a mess," said one. "I think Iím headed for a nervous break-down."

"Why donít you see a psychiatrist?" asked the other dog.

"I canít," the first complained. "Iím not allowed on the couch."
. . . . .

When the new preacher moved to town, one of the first people he met said, "I certainly hope youíre not one of those narrow-minded ministers who thinks only the members of his congregation are going to Heaven."

"Iím even more narrow-minded than that," the preacher replied. "Iím pretty sure some of the members of my congre-gation arenít going to make it, either."
. . . . .

The mule may be the worldís most frustrated animal, but one thing is sureóheís not the dumbest.
. . . . .
A lot more people would
try to do rightó
if they thought it was wrong.
. . . . .

He who is good for making excuses is seldom good for any-thing else.
. . . . .
Remember, a prune is a plum that worried too much and got wrinkles.
. . . . .
These times right now are stranger by far
Than any that our ancestors knew;
Miss a dayís work and the
government
Loses as much as you do
. . . . .
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1. Betty R. remains in the hos-pital and needs blood donors for more transfusions. She is also having trouble sleeping and requests tapes of Brother Jackís sermons.
2. The used clothing sale will begin at 1 p.m. If things donít sell, there will be a price reduction later in the day. Ladies shirts would drop at 4 p.m. and menís pants lowered shortly after.
3. The over 60ís chair will be disbanded for the summer with the thanks of the entire church.
4. The church women are plan-ning an English Tea Party, inviting the woman of area Lutheran churches. All women are asked to wear hats and gloves: No slacks please.
5. Midweek services are still focusing on the Seven Deadly Sins. This week, "Greed and Gluttony". Join us for service at 7:30 and come earlier for soup and salad at 6:30.
6. Come and celebrate! Pastor John will present his last sermon next Sunday.
7. Remember in prayer the many who are sick of our community
8. Weight watchers will meet at 7 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church. Please use the large double door at the side entrance.
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~Until next week, Annabelle

Tomato Jam

3 C. chopped tomatoes
3 C. sugar
1 (3 oz.) pkg. lemon jello
Boil slowly for 15 minutes the tomatoes and sugar. Stir often. Remove from heat. Add jello. Pour into sterilized jars and seal.
(Ground cherries can be substituted for tomatoes.)
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