William Russell Frisbie moved from Bransford, Connecticut, where his father, Russell, had operated a successful ______ mill
Hired to manage a new bakery, a branch of the Olds Baking Company of New Haven, he soon bought it outright and named it the Frisbie ______ Company
His widow, Marian Rose Frisbie, and long-time plant manager, Joseph J. Vaughn, baked on until August 1958 and reached a ______ production of 80,000 pies per day in 1956
In this otherwise simple baking operation we find the origin of the earliest ______
Now the company offered a variety of bakery goodies, including ______
True or false: The Frisbie Pie Company was originally named the Olds Baking Company.
True or false: Joseph P. Frisbie managed the Frisbie Pie Company until his death in 1940.
True or false: The Frisbie Pie Company reached a production of 80,000 pies per day in 1956.
True or false: The Frisbie Pie Company had shops in Hartford, Connecticut; Poughkeepsie, New York; and Providence, Rhode Island.
True or false: The Frisbie Pie Company's origin can be traced back to a simple baking operation.
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