Colonial cooking

<I>MARILYN STRANGE photo</I>

Mrs. Emo's Naselle fifth-grade class has been studying the colonial days. They recently cooked traditional colonial foods with the help of parents and grandparents. They made apple dumplings, peanut soup and apple tansy. It was all very tasty. Teacher's mate Ken Emo, second from left, joined in the fun.

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