(Strip Number 1364, 7 November 1988)
Panel 1: We see Elly and Lizzie walking down Main Street on a brisk November day; as they do so, they buy a poppy from a Legionnaire. As always, the man's collection box has the "Lest we forget" motto emblazoned on it. This becomes important.
Panel 2: Lizzie buys another poppy from two more members of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Panel 3: She buys yet another from a member of the Ladies' Auxilliary.
Panel 4: When she asks Elly what exactly they're remembering, Elly doesn't quite know what to say.
Summary: Instead of doing something sane like explaining what it is we're remembering, Lynn decides to show us what we're remembering by pretty much grabbing Aaron by the shirt-front and screaming that since he didn't see the point of going out on a freezing cold November day back when they lived in Lynn Lake, he clearly wanted Hitler to rule the world.