Angel or Devil
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Cobbler & Crisp Recipes
Dips and Party Mix Recipes
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Vintage Hershey's - 1940
Vintage Coconut - 1948
Molasses Recipe Booklet.
Blue Mason Jar - Canning
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|Think about it. My father took the time to go beyond a cup of kool-aid. I can picture the wheels
turning in his head as he wondered how he could amuse and entertain the children who were pulling
on mom's apron string (literally) and needed some amusement. After all, wasn't he the story teller?
Wasn't he the creative one? And so it came to be, the invention of this miraculous juice! As a mom I
appreciate what dad did for his children. He stopped for a moment and thought of us. I know how
busy dad was. He traveled the world to put food on the table while mom tried to keep a sane mind
with 8 children! So, while he was home he did what he did best! He tried to give mom a break by
Pretty soon the word got around. Hey did you know that the Fry's have this way cool juice called
Kickapoo, kickopoo, oh I don't remember the whole name but this stuff is good! After some time the
whole neighborhood knew that if they visited our house, it was a safe bet they could experience this
awesome tasting drink!
After a few years the novelty wore off. The kids grew up and for awhile no one heard the name of
this famous juice mentioned. Until~ we had kids of our own. And as tradition would have it~
Kickapoojoy Juice was famous once again!
As I sit here and pluck away at the keyboard a warm feeling floods my heart. Do you know what that
is? It's more than just the juice my dad invented. It's a feeling that's almost indescribable. It's
tradition. Tradition that is carried down to our kids and will be carried down to our grandchildren. It's
a life time of love that no one can take away. It's our memories. And these memories are ours to
keep~forever. Every time you bake a cake or throw some cookies in the oven, take a minute and
think~who taught you to bake these delicious treats. Everything we do has a memory connected with
it. And that includes a simple drink invented by a man over 40 years ago~ Kickapoojoy Juice!
Take the time with your children. Bake a cake, or show then how to make a special dish. I promise
you this~ it will mean something to them, much more than you'll ever know.
Written by Suellen Fry
|My Family's Story of
by Suellen Fry
To my dad:
Thank you. Thank-you for Kickapoojoy Juice. Thank-you for creating
memories that will last a life time!
|Here we are!
We want Kickapoojoy Juice!