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Issue Date: July 31, 2019

Shirley Prudhomme

The weatherman apparently is trying to make amends for some of the wicked weather we've been experiencing lately. The forecast is for some fine moderate weather in the coming week or so, with no rain predicted except for possible showers on Tuesday, Aug. 6 and possible thunder storms on Wednesday, Aug. 7. Mostly though, they're calling for pretty much average temperatures and pleasant weather, sunny but not too, too hot, with daytime highs in the low 80s and nighttime lows in the 60s - good for sleeping, but still pleasant enough to enjoy a campfire.

STORMY WEATHER ADVICE

No storms predicted in the immediate future, but a reader offered some advice for those wanting to be prepared for the next round of power outages.

Last week's column advised having flashlights, lanterns and candles handy for when the lights go out. The caller, a reader from Chicago whose family has a cabin in the Crivitz area, said his father works for their public service company and they, as well as their metropolitan fire department, advise folks to never use candles or anything with an open flame for emergency lights during a storm, particularly a windy storm. Too easy for fires to start if they get knocked over. Instead, have flashlights and battery powered lanterns at hand, and use them as necessary.

A City of Peshtigo Fire Department firefighter agreed about the danger of candles. He said the local ordinance does not even allow business places to have candles burning at any time, except for supper clubs. Supper clubs can have lighted candles for table decorations, but the glass containers for those must extend at least an inch above the flame.

SHOWERS THIS WEEK

Not talking about the rainy type of showers. Talking about the shooting star type, and we're promised somewhat clear skies for viewing them.

Those who were lucky enough to be out watching after midnight on Monday, July 29 should had a good view as not one, but two meteor showers peaked: The southern Delta Aquarids and the Alpha Capricornids. A combination of 20 to 25 meteors were to be visible per hour, as long as clouds did not interfere with viewing conditions.

Folks who missed out on Monday and Tuesday nights should still be able to spot some into the first nights of August, as the falling stars will still be falling.

This year will be a particularly good year to view these meteor showers as they peak just a few nights before the new moon. This means that there will be very little natural light pollution; however, light pollution from city lights can still disrupt viewing.

Meteors associated with both the southern Delta Aquarids and the Alpha Capricornids radiate from the southern sky near the constellations of Aquarius and Capriornus, the constellations for which their names derive. However, meteors will be able to be seen in all areas of the sky, not just near the radiant points.

Stargazers who miss out on the dueling meteor showers during the first week of August can try again to catch a falling star should try again on the night of Aug. 12 to 13, when the Perseids, one of the best meteor showers of the entire year, will peak.

A spokesman for the American Meteor Society said in rural locations without light pollution some 50 to 75 particles per hour should be flying through the skies.The full moon during this year's display may mean that only the larger shooting stars are visible, however.

MAKE A WISH

"Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket""

Remember that old, old song?

When we were kids our folks told us to make a wish on a falling star, and it would surely come true someday. We used to be allowed to stay up late on shooting star nights (generally in August) and lay on the grassy lawn hillside to watch the sky.

They would tell us which way to look, and we were almost always rewarded with several chances to make our wishes, which of course had to be a secret between us and that shooting star.

To make things even better, the family were rock hounds, and Aunt Martha's rock garden included a somewhat large meteorite that had fallen maybe centuries ago into a farm field near Crivitz. The owner of that field had plowed it up, and then gave it to Dorsey because he knew he loved rocks.

It looked pitted and burned, somewhat like a giant gray cinder, and was sort of the size of an oblong lumpy couch pillow. No matter what the temperature outdoors, when you drizzled water on that hunk of rock that had fallen from another world, it would sizzle.

Sadly, after we became owner/occupants of the property that very special meteorite went to school with a grandson for a science project and never came home again. No clue as to who left with it, or where it ended up.

DOWN TO EARTH

Lots and lots of events going on closer to home this weekend and into next week. Hopefully the storms are done for a while, and will allow everyone to enjoy all the outdoor fun events without umbrellas. Most of the events are without charge, except for food, drink and raffle tickets you might want to buy.

On Saturday, Aug. 3, efforts to raise funds for a bandshell at Crivitz Community Park kick off with the first-ever "Sounds of The Decades" event from 3:30 to 11:30 p.m. Celebrate music dating back 70 years with a reunion of Bob Berndt's college band, Peace With Grease, plus Daze 2 Nights, Eddie's Crew and Daze Review. Food, beer and wine will be sold. No charge to enjoy all the great music.

Also on Saturday Aug. 3, the Middle Inlet Fire Department and the newly reorganized Auxiliary are hosting a picnic to raise funds toward purchase of a new fire truck. Enjoy music, food and refreshments, games, K-9 demo and fire extinguisher demo, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

There's more. Also on Sat., Aug. 3, Near North Trail Riders of Athelstane hosts its annual ATV Trail Fundraiser with a Corn Roast, Brats, Burgers, raffles and more from 11a.m. to 4 p.m. at Sally & JC's Northwoods Bar on the corner of Northway Drive & Benson Lake Rd.

The Menominee Tribe of Indians had its origins in the area of Marinette where the Menominee River meets the waters of Green Bay, now known as Menekaunee. That history is celebrated with a symbolic bear carving and other displays at the boat landing there. Anyone wanting to enjoy more of the culture that began here can attend the 53rd Annual Menominee Nation Contest Powwow at the historic Woodland Bowl in Keshena, WI on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 2, 3 and 4.

The Music Jar will play in the bandshell at Badger Park in Peshtigo from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 7 as part of the regular summer Bands at Badger series, and then on Thursday, Aug. 8 the Peshtigo High School Band Program will present its third annual summer concert performance, featuring a concert band, small jazz group, and a jazz big band under the direction of Alex Shuffield. Concessions will be available starting at 5:30 p.m. from the Peshtigo Music Parents. Bring a lawn chair.

ADULT PLAYTIME

If playing outdoors isn't your thing, Bond Community Center in Oconto is offering "Playtivities" for adults on Tuesdays Aug. 6 and 20, from 1 to 3 p.m. Play a variety of games such as Dominoes, Yahtzee or teach a new activity to the group. Membership is not required. Simply stop in or call 920- 834-5585 for more info.

ON THE SAP BOX

GUN CONTROL

Chicago had another hot weekend July 26 through 28, with with dozens of people rushed to emergency rooms with gunshot wounds. Shootings in the big city left nine people dead and 39 wounded over the weekend.

So of course there are now calls for more gun control laws.

Only a few cities in the United States have stricter gun control laws than Chicago, which has banned more than 150 types of guns, including semiautomatic handguns or rifles with a detachable magazine, semiautomatic rifles with a magazine that can hold more than 10 rounds and shotguns with a revolving cylinder.

To purchase a firearm in Illinois, one must obtain a Firearm Owners Identification Card, and to get one of those you must be a legal citizen of the U.S. and have a valid driver's license. The cards cost $10. Cards will not be issued to anyone who has been convicted of domestic battery, aggravated domestic battery or a similar offense. They also won't be issued to anyone under age 21 or who who has been a patient at a mental institution or treated for a mental illness or drug abuse in the past 5 years, or been convicted of a misdemeanor related to the use of physical force. With those same restrictions people can apply for a $150 concealed carry license.

Reardless of the permits there are stringent restrictions on where you can have a gun other than your own home or fixed place of business.

We all know that law abiding folks are likely to abide by firearms laws, while those who regularly ignore other laws generally ignore firearms restrictions as well. There are already laws against shooting people, or using weapons to rob banks.

So let's pass some more laws for the law breakers to ignore, and leave the good people even more defenseless!!

Am told that this weekend's rash of homicides in Chicago was mostly between gang members, and if that's the case it's probably not a great loss. But too often, innocent bystanders get caught in the crossfire, and guns take the blame for crimes committed by the people who wield them!

Let's ban the criminals, not the guns!

If guns had never been invented, bad folks would find some other way to go after their victims. That's just a fact of life, probably has been since the world began!

STILL ON THE SOAP BOX

Had the distasteful experience Sunday night of spending nearly half an hour sort of watching "Claws," which is billed as an action comedy, but is the most distasteful, hate-spewing, racist disgusting waste of time I have ever seen on TV.

By the morals shown in their story line, guess it's okay to get out of $3 million dollars worth of trouble with a crime boss by conning and robbing someone, provided they believe that person is racist.

It's time for people to start realizing that racism works both ways, and blacks can be, and often are, every bit as racist toward whites as much as whites can be racist toward blacks. Either way, it's not nice!

May watch this show again, but only to find out who sponsors this piece of filth so I can boycott their products and urge friends and family to do the same, and in fact boycott the channel that pollutes the air waves with it.

COOKIN TIME

Time to relax with some great food that's designed to be shared with great friends - or at least hungry families. Summer is coming to an end all too quickly, and we need to get together and enjoy it every chance we get! Blueberries are at their peak. Picking season will soon end, but they're in stores at good prices too.

DILLY TUNA MAC SALAD

Ran this recipe last winter, but in case you didn't save it then for a winter picnic, here it is again. It's good enough to repeat, especially when everything is in season!

8 ounces small shell pasta , or your favorite bite-size pasta

1 cup frozen peas (or freshly shelled ones)

7 ounces canned albacore white tuna, drained

2 celery ribs, sliced thinly

1/4 cup diced onion

1 small or medium cucumber, scrubbed or peeled, and cut into

bite size chunks

1 cup cherry tomatoes

2 or 3 hard boiled eggs, chunked

1 cup real mayonnaise (not salad dressing)

1 cup plain Greek yogurt

1 teaspoon dried dill weed, or 1 tablespoon fresh

Salt and pepper to taste

Cook pasta according to package directions, adding peas for the last two minutes. Drain. While the pasta cooks, mix together the mayonnaise, yogurt, dill and a bit of salt and pepper. (Some people like to also add about a teaspoon of prepared mustard, yellow or Dijon.) Stir about half a cup of the mayonnaise mixture into the pasta while it's still pretty warm, then set aside to cool. In the fridge is good. While it cools, wash, slice, dice and otherwise prepare the vegetables and put them in a large serving bowl. Add the drained tuna and the cut up boiled eggs. Stir in about half a cup of the mayonnaise mixture. When the macaroni is cool enough not to cook the vegetables stir them in gently. You don't want to break things up too much. Add more of the mayonnaise mixture if necessary, and save the rest of it. Chill the salad. Just before serving time, stir the salad and add more of the mayonnaise mixture if necessary. It will probably need more because the macaroni soaks up the dressing as it stands. If you keep it overnight, it will almost certainly need more dressing in the morning. In my opinion, the overnight rest makes it taste even better. Keeps for two or three days in the fridge, but don't let it sit out for more than an hour or so. If you're serving this on a buffet, keep the salad refrigerated until just before it's to be served, and then put the serving dish into a larger dish filled with ice while it waits for everyone to finish coming back for seconds.

GRILLED ZUCCHINI BOATS

2 medium zucchini

1 slice white bread, torn into small pieces

1/4 to 1/2 pound bacon, diced and fried crisp, or 1/4 cup

bacon bits

1 tablespoon minced black olives

1 jalapeno pepper, minced

3 tablespoons diced green chile peppers

1/4 cup minced onion

1/4 cup chopped tomato

6 tablespoons shredded sharp Cheddar cheese

1 pinch dried basil or several fresh basil leaves, minced

Seasoned salt to taste

Black pepper to taste

Fry the bacon and crumble it if you didn't dice it ahead of time. Place the zucchini in a pot with enough water to cover. Bring to a boil, and cook 5 minutes. Drain, cool, and cut in half lengthwise. Scoop out the pulp to about 1/4 inch from the skin. Chop pulp. In a bowl, mix the zucchini pulp, bread pieces, bacon bits, olives, jalapeño, green chile peppers, onion, tomato, and Cheddar cheese. Season with basil, seasoned salt, and pepper. Stuff the zucchini halves with the pulp mixture. Seal each stuffed half in aluminum foil. When it's time to cook, prepare the grill for indirect heat, and heat until the coals are quite hot. Place foil packets on the prepared grill, but not directly over the coals. Close lid and cook 15 to 20 minutes, until tender.

BLUEERRY PIE BARS

These can be made ahead and frozen. Use fresh or frozen blueberries to make them, as you prefer.

Crust and crumble topping:

1/2 cup butter, melted

1/2 cup granulated sugar

1/4 cup light brown sugar, packed

1/1/2 cups all purpose flour

Pinch salt, optional

Filling:

1 large egg

1/2 cup (heaping) of plain or vanilla Greek yogurt or

sour cream

1/3 cup white sugar

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

1 tablespoon flour

Blueberry layer:

2 cups blueberries (12 ounces), fresh or frozen

1/3 cup white sugar, more if the berries are sour

2 tablespoons lemon juice

2 teaspoons cornstarch

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line 8" square pan with foil and spray with cooking spray. To make the crust, melt the butter in a large microwave safe bowl, then add the sugar and flour and salt if using it. Mixture will be very dry and sandy with some larger, well-formed crumble pieces. Set 3/4 cup of this mixture aside, and put the rest into the prepared pan. Using a spatula or your fingers, hard-pack the mixture to create an even, smooth, flat bottom crust; set aside. Into the bowl that came from ix together the filling ingredients -egg, yogurt, sugar vanilla and flour. Pour that over the prepared crust, spreading it evenly. In that same bowl, mix up the blueberry layer ingredients - berries, sugar, lemon juice, and cornstarch. Spread that evenly over the cream filling, and then scatter the reserved topping over the top. Sort of gather it in your fingers as you sprinkle it on so it clumps and forms larger pieces. Bake about 60 minutes, or until the center begins to bubble and the crumbles on top turn a pale golden brown. Put on wire rack and let cool completely before you cut them. They can be kept tightly covered on the counter, and will last about 10 days in the fridge, provided nobody finds them. They freeze nicely, if you can keep any that long.

The Country Cousin

Thought for the week: We should all appreciate America and the advantages it provides for us. That happened through the grace of God and the heroism and wisdom of our Founding Fathers. We should all echo the words of Garrison Keillor of Prairie Home Companion: "Thank you, God, for this good life and forgive us if we do not love it enough."

(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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