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Heather's Memory Recipe

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Heather Herbst (daughter of Mary Schantz Herbst)
Added: Saturday, August 22, 2009

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There are so many Schantz family memories I'm sure that we could write a whole book just on those memories. Like Aunt Olive always having a pot of coffee on and before we knew it, food on the table and whoever was there enjoyed a feast and fellowship. Of course, Pops Pines has many happy memories. I remember Uncle John once commented to Kirk, who was about 6 or 7 at the time and had just popped a raw clam in his mouth to be sure that he "chewed it good" to make sure it was dead. We also had great fun going to the beach at Seaside together during the family reunions. We all remember tripping in the holes Uncle Paul had dug for the golf course he had built on the upper lot. Aunt Agnes and Aunt Olive always had dinner ready for us when we got home from the beach. Aunt Ruth was also very dear to me, and a hoot on a car trip. While traveling to Paula's college graduation to Missouri, we all stopped at a nice park to enjoy a lunch. Mom (Mary), Aunt Olive, Aunt Ruth and I were in one car; dad (Ralph), Uncle Clarence and Kirk in the other car. Before we left the park we visited the rest rooms. On the way back to the car Ruth stood in front of a garbage truck while the driver of the truck, an older man, leaned on the horn for her to get out of the way. Ruth just stood there smiling at him. Mom finally yelled at her to move and to "stop flirting".

 

 

 

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