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3 March, 1984 THE QUODDY TIDES Page 5 Whets Cc00ok00n' I One of the popular dishes at the sur- rise birthday party for Quoddy Tides taft member Inez Segien was made by nother Quoddy Tides staff member, ;usan Esposito-the recipe follows: SQUASH CASSEROLE I cups cooked squash 1 tsp. salt ' cups bread crumbs tsp. pepper cup evaporated 1 medium onion or nilk onion, chopped /4 cup melted butter 1 or 2 eggs, beaten cup shredded cheddar cheese Mix the squash (frozen squash, thaw- d, may be used) with the bread crumbs md evaporated milk. Add melted butter md shredded cheese and mix well. Stir n the salt and pepper, chopped onion md beaten eggs. Pour into casserole dish. lace, uncovered, in 350 oven for 40 aainutes. A favorite at the home of Inez Segien in Eas'tport is the following cake: PUMPKIN CAKE 4 eggs 2 cups flour 1-2/3 cups sugar 2 tsp. baking powder 1 cup oil 1 tsp. salt 1-16 oz. can pump- 2 tsp. cinnamon kin 1 tsp. soda 1/2 cup chopped nuts (optional) Beat the eggs and mix with the sugar, oil and pumpkin. Sift the flour with the baking powder, salt, cinnamon and soda. Add the sifted dry ingredients to the pumpkin mixture and blend thoroughly. Put in 13"x9"x2" greased pan and bake in 350 oven for 30 minutes or until done. Cool and frost with the following frosting: FROSTING I/2 cup butter 1 tsp. vanilla box confestioner's 1-3 oz. pkg. cream sugar cheese Soften the cream cheese and cream with the butter. Add the sugar gradually to make a good spreading consistency: Add vanilla. The frosting may be kept covered in the refrigerator and added on top of a serving piece of the cake as desired. Some like the cake frosted and others like it plain. Bran is being used in cooking more and more, and not just as a cereal-it adds a different texture to foods and is also nutritious. The following recipe uses bran and is good for those still cold days: BEEF 'N BRAN CHILl 1 lb. ground beef or 1-16 oz. can peeled hamburger tomoatoes, undrained I large onion, slic- 1-8 oz. can tomato ed sauce I/2 cup chopped 1/2 cup water green pepper 1 tbsp. chili powder 1 cup all-bran or 1/8 tsp. garlic pow- bran buds cereal der Salt to taste 1-1/2 tsp. sugar 1 bay leaf In large saucepan brown ground beef, onion and green pepper. Stir in the all- bran, kidney beans, tomatoes, tomato sauce, water, chili powder, garlic powder, salt, sugar and bay leaf. Cover. Cook over low heat about an hour, stirring occasionally. MAR Y JEAN POTTLE Engagement Pottle - Moore Mr. Charles F. Pottle and Mrs. Mary E. Pottle of Perry are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary- Jean Elizabeth, to Mr. Gregory Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Moore of Bath. Miss Pottle is a 1982 graduate of" Shead High School. Mr. Moore is a 1978 graduate of Shead High School and is now employed at Bath Iron Works. An April wedding is planned. '., o.-, ,'.o ,> , o:, .,-, o', ,'o o,', ,. o,*, ,:,o'-, o.*o ,:o ,:, ,,*o o-'- ,* ,',,  ," : "> " .'.'.: Perry Basin Rocks lapidary & flock Hound Supplies . .:. . .- :" JEWELRY and EQUIPMENT ,:. .: : Perry, Me. Tel. 853-6602 i , .:..:..:., +. . ..>9  ,-:.:..:..:..: .:.:..:" "> * SUBSCRIBE t 'ICIII BEAUTIFUL SPRING STYLES el  k)l" .... d IN CASUAL WEAR. The "Boutique" is now part l zo R00SE:00mary's Saln in ! MR. and MRS. RANDY G. BERGERON Uledding Strayer - Bergeron Loralyn K. Strayer of Bangor and Randy G. Bergeron of Auburn were mar- tied January 6, 1984 at the Sacred Heart Church in Auburn by the Rev. Plourde. The bride, the daughter of Mrs. Nancy Strayer of Bangor and the grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gerrish of Lubec, was escorted by her brother, Samuel Strayer, Jr. The groom is the son of Marie L. Bergeron of Auburn and Richard N. Bergeron of Lewiston. Laura A. Balmer of Orono was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Lisa Strayer, Suzanne Vinansky and Francine Nylund, all of Bangor, and Cindy Dodds of California. The flower girls were Carrie Creath and Dawn Henry of Bangor. Timothy Baril of Auburn was the best man. Ushers were Terry Gilbride, Jeff Ducharme, Marc Turcotte and Ray Ber- geron, all of Auburn. The bride was graduated from Bangor High School and attended the University of Maine at Orono and Husson College. The groom is a graduate of Edward Little High School and is with the U.S. Air Force stationed at Pease Air Force Base in New Hampshire. The couple spent their honeymoon in the Bahamas and now reside in Dover, N.H. THE COFFEE SHOP WATER STREET - EASTPORT (Across from the Post Office) Daffy Specials Lunches Pastries HOURS: 6 AM - 4 PM Mon. thru Sat. Sun.: 7 AM - 10:30 AM MR. and MRS. JEFFREY BLACK Wedding Barrett- Black Cindy Lee Barrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barrett of Orrington, and Jeffrey William Black, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Black of Brewer, were united in marriage on October 15, 1983 in a candlelight ceremony at St. Teresa's Church, with Father Royal Parent offic- iating. The bride wore a traditional gown of ivory organza with lace applique, accent- ed by a single strand of pearls. Her bridal hat and veil were of Brussels lace and tulle, and she carried a cascading bouquet of ivory Canna Lillies and Pink Roses. Brenda Daigle of Bangor, her sister's matron of honor, wore a gown of rasp- berry organza, with a circulet of roses and baby's breath in her hair, and carried a candle surrounded by mini carnations and baby's breath. The bridesmaids were Nancy Barrett of North Windham, sister of the bride; Jennifer Black of Brewer, sister of the groom; Linda Hodgins of Brewer; and Michelle Bush of Bangor. They wore identical gowns of daphne rose organza, and the same flower arrange- ments and head pieces as the matron of honor. The flower girl was Alicia Daigle of Bangor, niece of the bride. The ring bear- er was Nicholas Daigle, nephew of the bride. The best man was James Brochu of Brewer. The ushers were Thomas Sey- mour of Brewer, Robert Bush of Bangor and Mark Blaylock and Jeffery Littlejohn both of Orrington. A reception was held, following the ceremony, at the Penobscot Valley Coun- try Club in Orono, with music provided by Starlite. The bride is a 1981 graduate of Brew- er High School and works at Northeast Bank in Bangor. The groom is also a 1981 graduate of Brewer High School and is a member of the International Union of Operating Engineers, Local No. 4 of Boston. The bride is the grand-daughter of Mrs. George Stevens and the late Karl Flaher- ty, and also the late Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Barrett, all formerly of Eastport. Those attending from Eastport were Terry Fla- herty, uncle of the bride, and Lisa and Erik Flahertv, cousins of the bride. :_=_=_--_=_= =_=_ _=_: .7 SUBSCRIBE NOW TO  THE QUODDY TIDES i Name ................................................. Address .............................................. I Clip and mail to: , The Ouoddy Tides, Box 213, Eastport, Me. 04631 0 $12.00 a year in Washington County, Maine or Charlotte County, N.B. $15.00 a year outside of these counties._____________ ___ _ I,I  --