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Apple Annie

During the Great Depression, a slang term for a person who could not find a regular job and performed menial tasks, such as selling apples on a street corner, to earn a minimal living.
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59er Diner, 200 Apple Annie Ave., Cashmere; restaurant.
For instance, Anne Holcomb regularly submits media release for Apple Annie's Orchard to radio, television, newspaper and magazine contacts.
With Dad on a Deer Stand: Unforgettable Stories of Adventure Together in the Woods book by Steve Chapman, $16.95; Apple Annie's, on Grant's Ferry at the Reservoir in Brandon, 601.992.9925, and on Main St.
Next door at the Apple Annie's coffee shop, 17-year-old Krystina Shank was oblivious to the demonstrators.
"You are my sunshine" plaque, $19.99; Apple Annie's, Brandon, 601.992.9925, and Madison, 601853.8911, appleanniesgiftshop.com 5.
The Cashmere location--in Apple Annie Antique Mall at 200 Apple Annie Ave.--is his second '59er Diner.
School Board Finance Committee - 6:45 a.m., Apple Annie's, 44 W.
51 and 98, Summit, 601.276.2700, holmesstationers.com * Corkcicle tumbler, $29.95; Apple Annie's, 152 Grants Ferry Rd, Brandon, 601.992.9925 and 1896 Main St, Ste.
Red Door Desserts, 100 Apple Annie Ave., Cashmere; food processing.
Charles River poncho in red with navy monogram, $29.95; Apple Annie's, 1896 Main St, Ste.
School Board Policy Committee - 7 a.m., Apple Annie's, 44 W.
29 at the 59er Diner, 200 Apple Annie Ave., Cashmere.