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The Gazette from Montreal, Quebec, Canada • Page 30

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Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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THE GAZETTE, MONTREAL, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1900 'r ti 1 rrTrrrminiiiiiiiin' -111 rmmrwim 1 1 MwwmaiiwiiiMW minntfii 'jwii) an f- A UN -H MVE A FUN AND SAFE HALLOWEEN ru i 11 HULL Age 11, rmn.v KB A PAGE FOR CHILDREN BY CHILDREN Halloween I All about witches Witches soaring through the air, Goblins almost everywhere, Acrobats and robots, too, Costumes are bright and it's a Age 9 Vi The witches' night 1 Witches are mean and green. They eat soup that is very yucky, but they like it best. They have a pimple on their nose and they have a long pointed hat. They have a broom to fly on and some witches have cats on their brooms. On Halloween, witches come out of their hiding places and they scare people. So before eating your candy, check it to make sure a witch hasn't played any tricks on you! Elizabeth Rydberg Age 11 orrible haunted house howling A aaah I'm afraid ights go off eaping lizards laughing low 0 wis hooting ooooooo erewolf watching out the window yeballs falling out vil Dracula after me ever go trick or treating by yourself moon Pirates and princesses you might meet As you go down the street Trick or treating door to door Hallow's Eve gets better, more and more! Melanie Authier Age 10 Trick or treating The night I went trick or treating, going from door to. door, I came across the strangest creatures, I have never seen before. Witches, goblins, ghosts and skeletons were following me everywhere. All of a sudden I heard some howling. It sounded so frightening! Then I saw a big, black cat, that was hissing and spitting. At every house was an orange pumpkin. Some looked fearsome. Some looked grumpy. In many doorways hung fat, hairy spiders. All these sights were so-scary, I thought, next year, I will spend Halloween at home Kevin Lee Age 11 One night I came across this strange house. I saw a bunch of witches flying all over the top of the house. They were nice witches but they looked mean. They took me up on their brooms and brought me to their house. And then do you know what happened? They let me keep their pet tiger. The tiger's name was Stripes. One of the witches took me to where they made all their potions. They asked me what I wanted to be turned into. I said I wanted to be a witch. They showed me all the wonderful things -witches and their dragon and tiger could do. Then they took me home. My mother asked me what took me so long, I said, "I don't think you would want to Then, my dad came home and kissed -me and I went to bed. 1 Coleen Yamamura-Clark '1 II ik; WW Michael Tran Grade 4 Age 6 Meredith Sarmiento Age4V I ft- if Roderich Goulet, Age 10 jv i The. AM'A nll i) lfr Eyeball soup Ingredients 2 cups of bats 15 witches' hats 8 gallons of tar 2 gallons of mud 2 rats' eyeballs dentures A few snakes 1 skunk You will need 1 chain saw 1 drill A pair of pliers 1 broom 1 toilet bowl Directions First, cut up the frogs, eyeballs, snakes and the skunk with the chain saw. Then, break up dentures with pliers. Take the mud and tar and put them into toilet bowl and boil. Add witches' hats and boil for 5 minutes. Mix with drill on high for 1 minute. Add remaining ingredients and cook for 6 hours on medium low, stirring occasionally with the broom. Jared Kiaiman Age 10 Jokes Q. What's a vampire's favorite candy? A. A sucker! Q. How do skeletons get to school? A. They take the skull bus! Q. What's a ghost's favorite dessert? A. Booberry pie! Earthling delights Ingredients 25 pieces of straw from a witches' broom 1 melted candle 8 spiders 3 spider webs 4 Vz cups of mud 5 fingers 2 toes 10 poison mushrooms 1 12 cups of blood 2 chopped up worms 1 eel Directions Put all the ingredients into a huge pot with water. Put pot on a fire in the fireplace and let it boil. Then you have Earthling delights. Jodie Petel Age 10 sugar cookies Ingredients: 175 ml Crisco 550 ml all-purpose flour 250 ml granulated sugar i teaspoons baking powder 2 eggs y4 teaspoon salt Halloween decorations Orange colored sugar and red, black, orange and green smarties, etc. Cream oil, sugar and eggs in a large mixing bowt with an electric mixer until light and creamy. Combine flour, baking powder and salt. Add to creamy mixture. Mix until well blended. Cover dough and chill for one hour. Preheat oven to 190 or 375 F. Shape dough into 4 cm balls, flatten dough to 1 cm with the bottom of a glass dipped in sugar. Decorate with Halloween decorations, pressing them fightly into dough. Bake for 10-15 minutes or until edges are light brown. Makes about 30 cookies. Enjoy! ScbiaVirk Age 10 Vz All Hallowed Eve i i Candies, costumes Fun, scary, spooky Getting lots of candy All Hallowed Eve Jessica D'Ascanio Age 10 Unscramble the words below to make Halloween words. BGOLNI CHTWI HS6T0 KTRCI SRTATE YKOSPO AMIPREV PPMIUNK PSITRIS Wdmwm Vicky Kermode Age 10 10 nsioBTrprirTf A Jav Cormier.

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