Fill small paper cups with assorted Halloween candy; set at each place. Let your child help make the invitations-orange jack-o-lanterns cellulite or round black cats, cut out of construction paper. Have a prizes for the best. Menu: Sloppy joes, halloween cake (Chocolate cake with Fudge Frosting, decorated with Candy corn, Ice Cream, hot Cocoa)." - mcCall's cook book random house:New York 1963 (p. 634-5) 1964 "Halloween Party: Bob for apples, carve a pumpkin, play spooky nu: Witches' cauldron soup, goblin Franks, vegetable relishes, Ice Cream Jack-o'-lanterns, milk halloween cookies." - betty Crocker's Parties for Children, eloise. Freeman Golden Press:New York 1964 (p.
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31) 1952 slapen "Parties on Halloween are an old, old custom and one we especially like to observe. Children and grown-ups alike love the breast party-giving spirit of this old fateful night so let's plan a halloween party today. Refreshments that emphasize the eerie atmosphere of the old traditions will delight the merrymakers. Witches Candle cakes, flavored with mint chocolate wafers, are sure to triumph whether you serve them with ice cream, fruit or hot cocoa. Popcorn too should be in appearance at a halloween party, as should apples." -"Apples, popcorn Still liked by halloween Party-goers marian Manners, los Angeles Times, october 28, 1952 (p. B4) 1956 "Halloween Refreshments (1) Cider and doughnuts (2) Pigs in Blankets, carrot Straws, ripe Olives, Orange Sherbet, Chocolate cupcakes with Orange butter Icing (Jack o'lantern faces traced on icing with melted chocolate)." - betty Crocker's Picture cook book, revised and enlarged second edition McGraw-Hill. 51) 1957 "Halloween night is an all-important knight for the small fry. Whether you're planning a large-scale party or merely treating the visiting spooks, a table of clever edibles, with decorations to fit the occasion, will make you a popular hostess. The eerie atmosphere can be created simply and inexpensively with impish orange candles. Take bright-colored oranges and draw faces, using crayon, soft pencil or black other great for the pigtail crowd are halloween Candy Apples. Of course, halloween parties are not limited to the youngsters. It's the perfect time to start the fall entertaining season." -"How to be popular on Halloween night marian Manners, los Angeles Times, october 27, 1957 (p. M36) 1963 "Halloween Party: no other time of year provides a better opportunity for the colorful decorations children love so e halloween paper plates and napkins.
candies, ice cream molds with a pumpkin, or made-with-honey pumpkin pie contribute much in a decorative way." - wartime Entertaining, ethel. Pator Consolidated book publishers:Chicago 1942 (p. 49) 1949 "Witches and hobgoblins have come to town, ready to appear at the children's Halloween parties. Never since before the war have the stores been so well stocked with paper masks, favors and other festive decorations in orange and black. Bakeries ofer ginger-cookie owls and frosted cakes atop which the old lady rides her broom. She's also to be found molded in milk chocolate at some candy stores and, most wondrous of all, modeled in ice cream. Halloween means pumpkins with eyes, ears and noses cut out and a candle burning in the hollowed the eyes of children, "homemade" surprises are just as enchanting as those bought at the store. They'll be delighted to find a marshmallow face floating in their cup of hot chocolate. Two dots of melted chocolate or frosting squeezed through a pastry tube make the eyes, one dot the nose and a line the mouth. Or, again, with a pastry tube, sketch a whiskered cat's face on an orange-frosted cake. Make popcorn balls, top them with crepe paper hats and give them frosting faces." -"News of food: Parties new York times, october 26, 1949 (p.
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She also draws out fortunes for the curious. The bugget supper table for a ghost party may be covered with a black paper cloth on which white ghosts are pasted. The center peice might be a witch's cauldron (a black pot with a grinning face chalked on one side filled with tiny dangling ghosts made from pipe cleaners, which act as favors. White tapers eten stuck in black bottles furnish the only light. A hallowe'en Midnight Supper: Hot Ham Shortcakes with Cheese sauce, dill Pickle Sticks, celery curls, radishes, pumpkin-face schoonheidsspecialiste tarts, Ice-cold Coca-cola, chicken Corn (candy nuts, Apples on a stick." - when you entertain: What to do, and How, ida bailey allen Coca-cola company:Atlanta ga 1932 (p. 94-5) 1937 "Hallowe'en Suppers Hallowee'en Salad Cream Cheese sanwiches Nuts, Apples, taffy Orange-filled Cup cakes, Sweet Cider Goblin-faced meat pies (faced slashed in crust) Julienne carrots Orange Ice in Orange cups Chocolate cookies, ginger Ale." - america's cook book, the home Institute of the new. 861) 1942 "Hallowe'en Party: Write your Hallowe'en invitations on cutouts of black cats, cauldrons, scarecrows, pumpkins or witches. Use black or orange paper and write the invitation in the form of a jingle or just a note. Room decorations are a simple matter for they can be as casual as you like. Spread a few sheaves of corn around the room or stand up some stalks of corn amid a profusion of gay autumn leaves. Orange or black candles or orange bulbs-just a few to create an eerie effect-can be used to provide the light. Large cutouts of black cats, witches, or pumpkins pinned to the walls around the room, brilliant orange, yellow, or red tablecloths of cotton or old sheets dyed in any of those colors enhance the them of the party.
Now for the menus. There is as much orange in the mens as possible, so that the hallowe'en color scheme may be carried out. 1, glorfied Club Sandwiches, Spiced pears, Olives. Mince or Pumpkin pie, coffee, sugared Nuts, hallowee'en Candies. 2, shrimp Wiggle, celery curls, mixed Sweet Pickles, Orange Cream in Orange baskets. 3, chicken or Oyster Patties, Sweet Pickled Gherkins, Cranberry jelly, ice Cream, hallowe'en Orange cake, salted Almonds, candied Ginger, candies, coffee. 4, chicken bouillon with Whipped Cream, Cheese Crackers, Crab Salad, hot Buttered Rolls, dill Pickles, Orange Sherbet, Assorted Frosted cakes, candy, coffee, nuts.", bamberger's cook for the busy woman, mabel Claire Greenberg:New York 1932 (p. Notes: (1) This book was published under several names in partnership with department stores (Macy's, etc.) (2) Mabel Claire was an accomplished artist, hence her attention to color schemes in her menus. "a halloween Ghost Party everyone loves a ghost party, whether he is fourteen or ninety. The invitations may be decorated with skull and crossbones and instruct the guests to come in ghostly garb. Have the room darkened, and as they enter the guests should be greeted with a ghostly handclasp; a wet glove filled with sand gives the desired effect. On the hearth bubbles a witch's cauldron (made from a cooking pot stirred by a crone who sings the incantation from Macbeth as she tosses in toy snakes, frogs, and so forth.
Paint Jack o'lantern faces on the lanterns with black India ink. A large pumpkin with eyes, nose and mouth cut out and burning candle should occupy a prominent place in the room. Of course, witches, black cats and skeletons should b purchased and hung about the room. A successful table decoration is made from oranges. Cut the tops from the oranges, scoop out the pulp with a teaspoon. Cut Jack o'lantern faces in them. Place a tiny candle holder and candle in the lanterns. The holders and tapers used form birthday cakes are excellent. Marigolds or orange and yellow button chyrsanthemums are the flowers to use for the supper table. Sprays of orange japanese lantern flowers are beautiful and just the color for a hallowe'en party.
Rio grande poultry beef, pork, shrimp, fish, ChickenThe new York times, october 25, 1914 (p. X5) 1927 "The hallowe'en Lunch: meat Sandwiches, dill Pickles, doughnuts, Sweet Cider, pumpkin pie, raw Appes, nuts.", the farmer's guide cook book, laura. Shanks Farmer's guide:IN 1927 (p. 184) 1932 "Hallowe'en Parties: The colors of Harvest time make hallowe'en party decorations the gayest of all the year. Color and the mystery of benevolent witchcraft are a great help to the gayety of such a party and should set the pace. Once of the most successful decorations for a hallowe'en party i ever used was a large copper cream tray loaded with fruit. The tray was oval. In the center was a small pumpkin surrounded with apples, oranges, pears and clusters of green and purple grapes. The grapes trailed gracefully over the sides. A decoration of this sort arranged ona table or sideboard and flanked by 8 or 10 candles of orange color suggests the opulence of harvest. Candle light is so appropriate for Hallowe'en it is a good idea to have the rooms lighted entirely this way with orange candles in sticks everywhere. Another attractive lighting arrangement is orange colored paper lantersn.
129-141) 1914 "never were halloween Decorations so gay as This year-some delicious Candy recipes for the festival. Each year there are so many new decorations for Halloween and so many good old ones revived that the only shame is that Halloween doesn't last for a week. And surely never before were there such attractive zika halloween decorations as there are this r a centrepiece on the table on which the refreshments are placed at creme a children's Halloween party are set forth, nothing is more interesting than a huge paper pumpkin, with green. After the pumpkin and leaves are made, they can be varnished to make them stiff. A little doll, dressed in yellow crepe paper, is seated on the top of the pumpkin and it is drawn by half a dozen little gray mice, that can be bought at any toy or favor store. Each piece has a piece of yellow ribbon tied about its neck, with the other end in the hand of the doll other Halloween idea that is good is a big Japanese paper parasol covered with yellow crepe paper, with two eyes, a nose and. These are fastened on the outside of the parasol, the nose over the tip, and the effect is delightful. Small gummed seals that can be used for decorative purposes come cut out and sold in packages. There are owls and witches, pumpkins, imps, and cats. An effective but easily made place card is a small white card with a seal pasted in one corner or at one end." -"What every woman Wants to Know.
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The dining table should be draped in pale green crepe paper, the lights above being shrouded in gorgeous orange. Pumpkins of various sizes should be scooped and scraped to a hollow shell and, lined with wax paper and filled with good things to eat, should be placed in the centre of the table. Lighted candles and quaint oriental lanterns will add greatly to the decorations." (P. 90), bright Ideas for Entertaining, mrs. Herbert Linscott george. Jacobs:Philadelphia 9th edition, "Hallowe'en Spreads, menu. I: Ganser Salad, Brown Bread Sandwiches, raised loaf cake, pricilla popped Corn, hot Coffee. II: Rob's Rarebit, zephyrettes, sultana fudge, german Punch. Iii: Hamlin Ham phenol Timbales, ribbon Sandwiches, nut Ginger cookies, peneuche, cider". Catering for Special Occasions with Menus recipes, fannie merritt Farmer david McKay:Philadelphia 1911 (p.
Not only will quaint customs and mythic tricks be in order, but the decorations and refreshments, and even the place of meeting, must be as strange and mystifying as possible. For the country or suburban home a roomy barn is decidedly the best accomodation that can be provided. If this is not practicable, a large attic, running the entire length makkelijk of the house, is the next choice; but if this also is denied the ambitious hostess, let the kitchen be the place of meeting and of mystery, with the dining-room, cleared of its. The light should be supplied only by jack-o'-lanterns hung here and there about the kitchen, with candles in the e decorations need not be expensive to be charming, no matter how large the room. Large vases of ferns and chrysanthemums and umbrella stands of fluffy grasses will be desirable; but if these cannot be readily obtained, quantities of gayly tinted autumn leaves will be quite as appropriate. Festoons of nuts, bunches of wheat or oats, and strings of cranberries may also help to brighten the wall decorations, and the nuts and cranberries will be useful in many odd arrangements for ornamenting the refreshment table. Have the table long enough (even if it must be extended with boards the whole length of the barn or attic) to accommodated all the guests at once. Arrange huge platters of gingerbread at each corner, with dishes of plain candies and nuts here and there, and pyramids of fruit that will be quickly demolished when the guests are grouped about the table. No formal waiting will be desirable. Hallowe'en Suggestions "Browning nuts, popping corn, roasting apples, and toasting marshmallows will add a great deal to the pleasure of the evening.
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While the dictionary definition of Halloween is rather different than the modern small boy's interpretation of it would indicate, yet we say with all earnestness, give the boys a good time occasionally, and why not on Halloween?.Boys will be far less apt to carry off. Refreshments, bouillon, de jolly boys, celery, kindergarten Crackers, turtle sandwiches, little pigs in Blankets, Orange jelly, olives a la natural History, sugar Off, with maple syrup, nut Cartoons, lemonade.", the Blue ribbon cook book, annie. Gregory monarch book company:Chicago il 1901 (p. 31) 1905 "Hallowe'en Box cake, the newest fashion in Hallowe'en supper-table decoration is a cake made of white pasteboard boxes, in shape spierverslappers like pieces of pie, which fit surgery together and give the appearance of a large cake. Each one of the boxes is covered with a white paper which resembles frosting. At the close of the feast the pieces are distributed, each box containing some little souvenier suitable to hallowe'en. One box, of course, contains a ring, another a thimble, a third a piece of silver, a fourth a mitten, a fifth a fool's cap, and. Much fun is created as the boxes are opened, and the person who secures the ring is heartily congratulated. The unlucky individual who gets the fool's cap must wear it for the evening." (P. 86) "Hallowe'en Party, all formality must be dispensed with on Hallowe'en.