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ALL the Thanksgiving feast. Baked Fresh Carrot Plentiful Foods May Well Be Served On Thanksgiving Nation Honors World War I Dead i 1 At Armistice Day Ceremonies By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In simple and traditional ceremonies honoring the dead of World War American marked another Armistice Day IKE IN' TRIBITE ere closed In Washington, but President Eisenhower silently i store-s were open and thousands THANKSGIVING DINNER I Chopped turkey livers on toast Scrub fresh carrots snd rub strips, roast turkey, cranberry lightly with shortening or racen stuffing, giblet gravy, oyster frit-fat. Bake In very hot oven (450 ters. souffle of potatoes, baked degrees 20 to 25 minutes or fresh carrots, spinach with chopped until tender when tested with a i hard-cooked egg yolk, soft rolls, knife. Tor large carrots, slice open Waldorf salad, spicy pumpkin pie.

Serve hot with salt, Cheddar cheese, cluster raisins, nut pepper snd butter or margarine, like bowl, after dinner mints, coffee, a baked potato. milk. to 350 degrees and fry about 3 minutes or until golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper. Carrots, as usual, will be abundant.

You may want this recipe for went on a shopping spree. Religious service in churches all over the country marked the day, and at 11 am. there was the traditional minute of reverent silence. TELLS THRONG Stevens told a throng at the National Cemetery that "victory it- placed a wreath of large, yellow chrysanthemum at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier In Arlington National Cemetery. The address there November markets are bountifuL The U.

S. Department of Agtlcul-ture reports th following foods will be plentiful nationally during November. Beef, turkeys, potatoes, omens, dairy products, winter pears, raisins, honey, pescans, almonds, table fats, salad oils, shortening, lard. Oyster fritters could be a ue-luxe extra tidbit, too. Oyster Fritters (Serves 6) One pint oysters, 3 cups sifted flour, 1 tablespoon baking powder, l'i teaspoon salt, 2 eggs, beaten, 1 cup milk, 1 tablespoon fat, melted.

Drain oysters and chop. Sift dry Ingredients together. Combine beaten eggs, milk and fat. Pour into dry Ingredients and stir until smooth. Add oysteis.

Drop batter by teaspoonful into hot fat, heated I self is barren, that It la what na Fun as well as profit is in store for members of the Methodist hurt h. in Orono, when they participate in their annual thicken pie supper, according to those who help prepare the meal. Your church may already do something similar, or it may he suggestion. A week before the supper, or sometimes it is the night before, five men and five women meet at Stacy Millers where! Conn, national commander of the the live poultry is killed, dressed, drawn, and cut pp. The American Legion, proclaimed that principal was delivered by Secretary of the Army Stevens, who said there can be no leal peace In the world unless it tlons do after victory and during peace that determine whether mankind falters or moves forward.

"Much as we Americans love peace, however he went on, "let us not forget that the fulfillment of man's dreams of freedom has peace can be won by an America cut up fowl is mnlrd, wrapped five pounds to the package enough for two chi ken pies--and frozen by members with freezers, and is ready to cook for the pies the day of the supper. In picvious year, with fewer freezers available, this job was done the night before, the supper. To add to the evening's so lability, the Millers serve coffee and cake to the hungry workers. votion to it." In Europe, France held public ceremonies. Speaking at Com-peigne.

Premier Joseph Laniel urged Frenchmen to demonstrate that while the country lacked political stability there is firmness "in the continuity of the -national ideal. France last 1,357,000 men in World War I. Compeigne is wheie the armistice was signed with Imperial Germany. In Par.s, President Vincent Au- "united in determination and de- been possible only through unremitting struggle." Connell, the Legion leader, said the Korean armistice 'has yielded no firm. promise of peace, adding: "There are some who ssy that wars are part of our destiny and it is futile to try to escape them.

We of the American Legion believe that peace is an attainable goal and that it can and will be won by an America united in determination and devotion to it. Yesterday was also the 178th anniversary of the U. S. Marine Coips. Members brought a red and gold emblem and wreath to Arlington to honor Marine dead.

There was another ceremony at Tun Tavern In Philadelphia, where the Corps was founded in 1775. riol reviewed a parade of war vet- nl 10011 PMlt In ceremonies 'at the tomb of France's unknown soldier under the Arc de Triomphe. American forces stationed abioad took an official holiday. Government offices and banks 1 teaspoon salt Buttered bread crumbs Scrub and bake the potetoes Cut lengthwise slice from one flat aide of each of the baked potatoes. WitN spoon, scoop out the pota- to-taking care not to break the'ern 'kln because that will serve as the 'schooner.

Fry the finely chopped onion In the butter until golden In color. Mash the potato; add the onion, milk, egg, salmon, letncn Juice, spices, and salt Brat well. Stuff the potato skins, heaping the mixture high. Bprinkle with buttered bread crumbs and bake in moderately hot oven, 375 degrees until thoioughly heated. PORK CAKE A pork rake recipe from Mrs.

Wilfred "Bill Casey, of Orono, a Fruit And Vegetables Make Thanksgiving Centerpiece For your Thanksgiving table, capture the spirit of bounty with a vivid centerpiece of the fresh fruits and vegetables jou use in the meal. More To The Meal On Holidays Than Just The Cookinjj Is your kitchen ready for 11 the holiday cookery coming up? There stiU is time to revamp your meal preparation center so that getting huge festive dinners and "party foods for Thanksgiving. Christmas and the New Year will be pleasure, not a chore. Her are some tips on getting the kitchen ready for its big season: Have plenty of work surfaces of easily cleaned material like clay tile Installed adjacent to the sink, the range and the refrigerator. These are the primary activity centers of a busy kitchen, and the installation will not take long or be costly.

Get that new refrigerator you've been wanting, and be sure it large enough to accommodate all the regular foods, as well as the holiday fare. If you prefer to postpone this purchase, take a good audit of your present refrigeratqr and clear out all the non-essentials stored there and plan th Interior carefully for holiday foods. Be sure the range is in excellent working order If you cannot replace It at the moment. A good Investment, not only for the holidays but all year 'round, Is kitchen "Island" on wheels that is surfaced In atalnproof clay tile and has plenty of storage space under the top. You can move this adaptable piece of kitchen equipment easily from Job to Job.

And it will come in handy at carving time. Rearrange your storage system so that all the utensiis, dishes and holiday meal ingredients will be well located, within easy reach. Put up bulletin board and USE it. Plan the whole seasons meals carefully and note down things to do tnd things to buy on the bulletin board. This saves last-minute details that usually make preparation of turkey dinners hectic affair.

nranf fall flowers and leaves, ornamental corn, or wheat tassels CANDIED SWEET POTATOES (Serve 4-5) Four sweet potatoes, salt, pepper, 3 tablespoons butter or margarine, 1-3 cup sugar, cup fresh orange juice. cup water, 2 tablespoons honey, teaspoon ground ginger, marshmallows, if desired. Cook sweet potatoes until almost done. Peel and cut in a-inch slices. Ararange in greased casserole, sprinkling each layer with salt, pepper and bits of butter.

Mix sugar, orange juice, water, honey and ginger. Pour over potatoes. Bake 30 minutes In moderate oven (350 degrees Top with marshmallows and bake 5 minutes longer. THANKSGIVING DINNER Grape and grapefruit cup, roast turkey, chestnut stuffing, giblet gravy, cranberry sauce, candied sweet potatoes, broccoli with chopped almonds, French fried eggplant, soft rolls, butter or margarine, celery, raw carrot sticks and olives, ice cresm with hot fudge ssuce. coffee, milk.

Green broccoli, shallots, squash (acorn and rucchini, grapes and peats are In excellent supply. Apples are red and plentiful Orange pumpkins, carrots, Florida oranges, purple grapes, regal eggplant, and yellow grapefruit are now In plestiful supply. Potatoes add brown and onions and mushrooms supply white. To make sure your fresh fruits and vegetables are crisp and attractive, keep such as broccoli, carrots, zucchini, shallop, eggplant. watercress and mushroom refrigerated and covered until used.

Acorn squash, potatoes, pumpkin and onions will keep well at room temperature. Fruits should be refrigerated If kept more than a day or two. Start your centerpiece with a flat tiav or straw mat. Arrange some of the larger items, such as the pumpkin, then add the smaller ones, varying the color. Extra touches can be made with bright LOTS OK TIES Tor the ISO ticket buyers.

30 rhickrn'pies each serving six persons were made bv members of the WSCS of the church These pics are a bit different, from many we have, eaten at such suppers. Made In deep pie tins, with a fop ar.d bottom crust, these pies may be made for your Sunday dinner, a well as for a church supper and there is. generally a pttchcr of chicken gravy If you like more than the pie contains! SUSAN HIC KEN PIES (2 pies) When we aked Susan (Mrs Clarence) Day for her chicken pie recipe and it was a hard Job to pick any pie as the best, they were 11 good she said, Tve never written the recipe down, I cook more or less by 'ear'! Here Is the recipe as Susan made the two pies for the church supper. 9 pounds cut up fowl 2 tablespoons butter Salt and pepper i cup flour 1 eup vegetable shortening 3 cups sifted all-purpose flour i teaspoon bakmg powder 'i teaspoon salt 9 tablespoons vegetable shortening Cook the fowl until tender in enough water so as to have three or four cups left in the kettle to use for gravy. (Susan says that he does not add onions to the cooking liquid for church suppers but does frequently for home use Remove the meat from the bones.

Into each of two pastry-lined 9-lnch Pyfex pie plates, place half of the dark and half of the white meat for better distribution of ths meat. Dot the filling in each pie with one tablespoon ot butter; sprinkle with salt and pepper, and fill the pie with the thickened chicken gravy. Wet the edges of the b.ittom crust, add the top crust in which' lashes have been made to allow for the escape of steam, and seal th crust at the edRe. Pie tape round the edge of tlie pie prevents bubbling out of the gravy when. the pie Is baking.

Bake In a very hot oven, 475 degrees for 15 minutes; turn to 350 decrees for 15 minutes longer or until the crust Is done. Chicken Gravv: Mix one-half cup of flour with water to thin paste and add to three or four cups of the hot cooking liquor; stir to thicken. Season with salt and pepper. There ill probably be more gravy than you'll use for the pies; reheat the remainder to serve with the potatoes and pie. Chicken pie pastry; Mix and sift three cups of flour with the baking powder and salt.

Cut In tne shortening. Add cold water alowlv to mix as for regular pie crust. Divide tht dough into two poitions Hoi! on poition of the dough to one-half Inch in thickness, spread with The EXIM YEARS enhance the great Bourbon Taste OLD long family history, having been used by Mrs. Casey's mother for ears befoie it served as a wedding cake for the Caseys nrarl33 years ago. This recjpe makes thiee large loaves, is good any time but especially for the holiday season.

"Bill Caseys only complaint about wife's cake "There's never enough of It on hand! 1 pound fat salt pork 2 cups strong coffee, boiling hot 2 cups brown sugar, packed 3 eggs, beaten 1 cup molasses I1! teaspoons soda 3 teaspoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon cloves l'j teaspoons nutmeg 6 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 pound seedless raisins 1 pound cmiants 'j pound citron, thinly sliced 2 cups walnut meats 1 teaspoon almond flavoring (optional! Put the salt pork through the fine blade of the meat grinder. Pour the coffee over the ground pork and stir until the pork has "dissolved. Add the brown sugar; then the beaten eggi. Add the soda to the molas-es and stir that Into the aalt poik mixture. Mix and sift the flour and spices Into another bowl.

Add the raisins, currants, and citron. Crush the walnut meats between two pieces of wsx paper with the rolling pin; add the nuts. Add the salt pork mixture to the dry Ingredients and blend well. Pour the batter Into three greased and floured bread tins 10x6x3 Inches, or into several smaller tins. Bake the large tins for two hours in a alow oven, 325 degrees F.

Test with a atraw for doneness. Cool the cakes on a rack. Wrap each cake In heavy wax paper and store In a tightly covered crock or tin, with the addition of an apple to give moisture. Chopped candied fruits cherries, pineapple, orange, and lemon may be added to this cake. The use of almond flavoring 22 PIM C4a N.

312 SQi. ( nuicHTBODRBON151 PROOF OLD HICKORY DISTILLING CORPORATION PHILADELPHIA. PENNSYLVANIA Fruit Desserts Are Popular After Thanksgiving Dinner With bright red apples splashing cocktail, roast turkey, bread-cube dressing, giblet gravy, fresh cranberry relish, scalloped potatoes, peas with mushrooms. baked squash, watercress, chopped onion and grapefruit section salad, French dressing, frosted apple pie. assorted cheese, crackers, cluster raisins, shell nuts, coffee, cider.

the Thanksgiving scene, let's have a wonderful frosted pie at the end of the feast. FROSTED APrLE TIE One recipe plain pastry. 1 cup granulated sugar, teaspoon salt, teaspoon ground cinnamon, Exclusive double-wrapped Aluminum Pachage keeps fresher and better tasting than any other margarine! TURKEY PAN GRAVY Yield, Cupa cup. turkey drippings cup flour 6 cups milk Finely chopped cooked giblets (if desired) 1 tablespoon salt i teaspoon pepper Four drippings frrrn pan in which turkey was roasted. Put A eup dripping In a skillet.

Add flour, mix well, and brown slightly. Put 2 cups nulk In roasting pan and cook up browned bits. Gradually add this and remaining milk to mixture In skillet, stirring con stantly with pancake turned to make smooth gravy. Add giblets, salt, pepper, and other seasonings, if desired, for a well-flavored gravy. Cook 10 minutes.

If thinner gravy Is desired, reduce flour to 'i cup. Note: Broth from cooked giblets mav be substituted for half of the milk. teaspoon each ground nutmeg and allspice, 7-8 tart pie apples, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 1 '3 cup confectioners sugar, teaspoon vanilla, teaspoon milk or cream. Line 9-inch pie pan with bottom crust. Combine granulated sugar, salt and spices.

Pare and slice apples. Arrange a layer in pie pan and sprinkle with some of the sugai mixture. Continue until pan is full. Dot top with bits of jutter Moisten edge of crust and cover pie with top ciust. Fold top edge under bottom and press eugev together.

Bake In hot oven M25 de-giees 35-40 minutes. Remove from oven and let stand 5 nrnutes. Blrnd confectioners' sugar, vanilla and milk until amooth. spread over top of pie. Serve pie warm or cold.

Some people prefer light, frrsh-frult dessert after the mammoth turkey feast. This is what they like. BAKED FRESH PEARS (Serves 4) Four fresh pears, cup sugar, 1 table-poon grated orange rind, cup fresh orange Juice, 2 tablespoons fresh lemon Juice, j-lnch stuk cinnamon, 2 whole cloves. Peel and core pears. Arrange in greased baking dish.

Combine Ingredients and pour over pears. Cover and bake in moderate oven 350 degree 20 25 minutes, or until tender. Remove i spice. Serve hot or cold With cream if desired. THANKSGIVING Ovsteis on half ahell or shrimp one tablespoon of vegetable shoit- i is optional but does add to the flavor.

Frequently this cske has had a thin layer of almond paste on the top and the whole cake is then Iced with plain butter Icing. With the big crop of apples In Maine, there is always an apple dish to use plenty of them. A State Highway Engineer who hai Just completed bridge across Umcolcu Stream, In the Oxbow region, Arooatook County, gave the recipe to us years ago. Walter Veirill, of Wayne, a graduate of tne Univeisity of Maine, recommends this favorite recipe, which his aunt, Mrs Mabel Dunn, make. ROWS Nt'M riDDING Four or 5 medium size tart apples 2 tablespoons butter l' teaspoons cinnamon 2 tablespoons sugar 1 cup sifted all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder teaspoon salt cup sugar 3 tablespoons shortening cup milk cup sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon Whipped cream Finely chopped nuts Slice the apples Into a greased pie pan a deep pan.

Dot the ap pies with butter: sprinkle ening. sprinkle lightly with riour, nd fold from ends to center Give th dough one-half turn, spread with another spoonful of the sin rt-enlng, sprinkle with flour, and fold to make four layers. Roll the dough to about one-eighth Inch In thickness and line the two pie pans. For the fop cru'-t repeat the process on the second portion of dough, using one and one-half tablespoons of the shoit-ening to give a richer crust. Parley buttered potatoes, mashed squash, carrots, yeast rolls, pickles, csbbage salad, coffee and cake go with the chicken pie.

LEAH VM AN'S CERE AL KRl Mil We kept hearing about a nibble bit, a mixture from the Mid-West; decided that ou, too, would to have some around to go with leverages, to serve as appetizers, to nibble dining the holidays. Leah Mrs Oscar! Wvman, of Grcno, picked this recipe up in Michigan during a recent trip. a cup butter teaspoon Worcestershire sauce teaspoon celery salt teaspoon onion salt 2 cups Cheerio 2 cup Kix with A Ernest Greenleaf of Mad.aon. Another youth, Robert Smith, 24. of Madison suffered rib fractures when an automobile In which he and Greenleaf were riding left a 4 Fairfield Center snd over-one and one-fourth teaspoon of Turned.

cinnamon and two tablespoons of 2 cups wheat Chex 2 cups cheese pieuels l'i tups mixed salted nuts Melt the butter in a heavy four-quart aluminum ketile; add the teleiv salt, onion salt, and ihe irmaining ingredients mixed togethri s-tir to mix well Cover and put the kettle in a slow oven, 250 and bake one hour Carefully stir the mixtiue eveiv 15 minutes Store in tight tin tans Reheat if necessatv. We substituted small pretzels and cheese-bits for th cheese pretzels SALMON-rOTATO SCHOONERS Coming ill the way from Alaska, this recipe with the hichfalutmg name is a delicious dish that needs only green pess, crip cabbage salad, sliced green tomato pickles beverage, and a dessert to complete the meal. 6 bakmg potatoes 'a cup hot milk 1 egg. beaten 3 tablespoons butter cup finely chopped onions l'i cups canned salmon, flaked 2 teaspoons lemon June teaspoon paprika Few giaini cajgnne pepper Read the proof! In flavor tests, new Reynolds Wrap kept GOOD LUCK fresh as the day it was made oven after 8 weeks! Only GOOD LUCK has it! Now you can serve perfect table spread even time-fiesh, sweet and Heres the reason for the difference: We wTap each quarter-pound print in If you want to enjoy good Ll'CK its delicious best, always keep it in mnwF'aaft i at your reirigerator. Youll find cood net pi tods smoothly rtn uhen cold.

sugar. Mix snd sift the flour, baking powder, salt, snd sugar, foift twice. Cut In the shortening witn a knife. Add enough milk to make a soft dough. Spread the dough over the apples.

Bake at 400 degrees a hot oven, for 25 minutes or until the apples aie tender. Turn the pudding onto a plate upsile-down Mix the one-half cup ot sugar with the one teaspoon of cinnamon and stir Into the with a fork. Serve the dessert hot with whipped, or plain, cream. Sprinkle with chopped nuts for crumhiness. Start qourdaq riqht with BEECtHIOT Coffea.

(otr can afwatfs tfqgnd on iha sama. rich coffea. satisfaction after pure Reynolds Wrap, then we put the quaitcr pounds in a waxed carton for extra protection, and finally, ut stnl the uhole cotton tn shiny aluminum foil. As a result, good luck not only tastes delicious when we wrap it, but stas ficshcr and better tasting than any other margarine. Remember: good llck in its new package is unconditionally guaranteed by Lever Brothers Company, jyo Park Avenue, New York jz, New York.

Keep good luck in Your Refrigeratcr-It Spreads Easily! The delicate flavor ol this fine quality margarine is ei ishable. Thats why we carefully refrigerate good luck -during processing also while awaiting shipment, and in transit. I delicious as the day it wav packed! Just look for GOOD I t'C margarine in this revolutionary new patkage made of shiny Reynolds aluminum foil. To test this package we put good LUCK in a refi igerator along ith other table spreads wrapped in ordinary waxed cartons. Next to them we placed sljced onions-and the strongest cheese we could find.

Fresh and Swact After Eight Weeks After eight weeks, good LUCK in iu new aluminum package was still as fiedi. sweet and delicious as the day it vvas made! Hut the other quality margarines in the usual waxed cartons had lost flawr and picked up odors very quickly, some after only six days. 4 11 pound Madison Youth Dies Of Injuries Received In Crash WATERVILLE. Nov. 11 AP Howard A Greenleaf, 19, of Madison, d.ed today st hospital of spir.F'and internal injuries received Oct.

30 in a highway accident. He was tlie son of Dr. snd Mrs. 1 LB. FAMILY STYLI ROLL SAVES TIME AND MONEYI GOOD LL'CK'I Fsmlly-Styt Rot! Is now wrappad In Reynolds Aluminum Foil.

It's Hiy lo unwrap, handy (or cooking or arrving at (ho table. It's tha umt quality margarinr yat earn you til (nor than tha individually wrapped quarters! Availably la 9np i Omi4i 4 IWa I.

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