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IZ~ressi~, Record, Repealer Wednesday, Nov. 14,200I IB rl Inside Section B Arts & Entertainment Opinion & Perspective Letters to the Editor Vitals / "*Z enough to eat. ,i~ by Higt e Lowis's painted pump. George Fluke and Rick George, right, began building their own apple press with help from Rk:k's son4n-law, Peter Tuckerman, who was visiUng from Sacramento. crop brings out people for harvest crop for the apple festi- Saturday, best turnout to institute Livingston. tackled the ses, children Pumpkin to paint. Yed peeling a hand- peeled, apples. butter of it was a began the Lking apple settle and Drovided his cop" paddle Pennsylva- a Little and rent to work Up over the Pot, adding While the Jon LJtUe adluats tho O'Year'ld aPPle butter pudSe" Maldng apple butter was Job foe the men. Working over a campfire with 100 ear- oM equipment brought out from Poomsylvania were John Hafen, Jon Little and the man with his gramifatJN s recipe, Mike Yost. Bruce Uvingston, not pictured, also heW L were to min- Yost re- to test the by, hop- was too to fill people r ext to the children 'ing and of ap- Presses. day, the good st Will not let nd other will of his is a cor- 1946 to Page 2 Julle Boclnar J takes turn cranking the press, while her friends, Sandlo Arnold and Robert audino, keep the apples coming. The friends came down from Chester to enjoy the apple harvest festival at the Dawn budJtute Community Center Saturday, Oct. 27. Master apple butter maker Mike Yoat checks the consistency of the apple butter to see If it is ready to fill aim the Jars people brought. Children especially, were attract. ed to the sweet concootk:n. %,