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BAUE S MEAL-PLANNING CORNER
YOUNG PEOPLE'S PAGE
U. S. 0 . NEWS
Bv M. ftelle Dunn
111« H \hii «IN M .O H , Editor
u’ > Is G S.O Dance
< 'arming \ ivi tor
otr.ei >ru air«.«,
i: d was
•led si sta.’’.ve of two «.•: her friend;-
?0 Senior Hostesses
ha unir.g a d "V*jy youi
urjt me Maney and FUlt-.i \t‘oo*ls.
seventeen y» > c«video to tween the three of then; they sh«
I.U K \ k i . > r u L VsRINi. again p ay a \ isit tu c jr fair city do very nicely Here s w ishi
\tll FOR Y OCR B F.< I1K.»
Mis* I> Mores Be!!. L iu.« to her all of the luck in the world
July 25 G S O. Square Dance.
t » Of ttlMll ‘ friends. is front Old G r r t n a ich.
Wh> not >«
July 26 Entertainment Comm.
t th* end of thix wee)
Conn., ai nd :s the guest i I her jfra.nd-
I livid. Siami»!»
July 27 V. s O • at p m
TP. •» i t i «pe is *« nt to * to by
other. Mrs Clam 1» k«-li Leslie
R \Y since I e was seen in the
NOLI NTEEK SERVICE
Mr» Mat» 1 J«i> inrr
«roa ar e 1 in one
h« i fi le .ds street with a < e: tain young ladv
The Volunteer Service Organiza
MassachuKtu. u h« is here • too 1 sta tes lliat sh« likes RciUand from out of tow
i is said to be two-
r * * ; visit in the ■!t>
very much and the kid* hei* have timing M. \V Your reporter doesn't tion Plan provides for the formation
moie fun then they d«> in Old Green- hav« but one thing to *»ay to that. of local Auxiliary, Hostess. Club or
BO STO N H V K E I I B E A N S
Committee units for the purpose of
V. ich Swimming i* one of her pet
“ Even, mind you. I said even, e.en
S<«k 2 cups California P bean*
a program of service to
Sÿ-Oi ta out she eri » vs a., sports it it were true, whose business is it
in cold water until shriveled Drain
to a great extent LVote nr.ished anyhow but the individual to whom | the men of the Armed Forces in co
ar.d place beans >n b«»ttom of deep
high s«*hot«l last ter m and :» plan- the affair corners in the first operation with the U.S.O. program
pan. Add oie nied um sized onion,
of the Y M.C.A. In planning such a
nmg on attending Co: nel! in the place!”
half cup sugar. Teaspoon salt, half
group, the following factors should
fall. Glad to -have you with us.
teaspoon pepper; about \ cup mo
b«‘ taken into consideration:
There s a little inside dope going
lasses. speck of dry mustard, half
« ’■ourd that T \V P renüv doer
, f pc:!: •diced P*ECC on it '
U r ’Mlrrvon H op su i i « * «
an fv «' 'c 1. B. (How troc is
of bear.;« center of pan Pour boiling
' 7 “Ichor Hti'dirs . hop on hie ’ > How • th V.o’ <> r . ti» at
water over top of pan. Add hot
;t.. wc... .1 ^.,uV duvwoo. at an von mg hi « ng n« a «! ivs? Mr. I > imunity. Adopt an application
wati : a; needed be sure water is i
bln ik ami require the signature of
MRS. MABEL JOYNER.
•Id water will keep beans from
thought the you ger set The S. '. h. w are y l¡ i id Do getting
music and the jitterbugs were alo g. or i* it Dodi** now ? (Man, those who signify th> <r willingness
1 his week we have another recipe s fter.ingl. Cover and cook in num
to ;ii«l in the program. See that the
erate even ".*>0 d : rees for 3 hours, jumping throughout the entire eve where do you get a l < h< s« I' s hi i.ik calls for such pertinent facts
sen. to us by one of our readers that
adding water all tke time. Taste for ning The usual set attended, and from ? ) E M. and H R. ertainlv
will make any family have a swell t weet ness. as sugar brings out fla there was a large turnout which have been feeling g uni lately, but ;»s ,i • Name, b) Date of applica
tion. h i Address, id) Telephone,
dinner, a.id n.ake any lann'v be able vor of beans. Bea is should be soft really got a thrill when Ivy Ander- where they get all ol that jive from
• «•) Time available regular days of
to bniiie and talk all through the and a rich brown after 3 hours. If son sang “ Rocks In My Bed.” I’m is beyond my reach (Gee, but I'm I the week, day or night and special
mealtime tor maybe you will be so not continue to cook.
L.» il ••hurch and club affil
busy eating that you will not have
Now who would not enjoy this
It is also advisable to list
Eeft for Nav y
S a m '« H o i i v c S a tt rda.v S i t e
the preeious time to talk.» I started recipe on Boston Baked Beans? Try
I definite assignments according to
Sam Wilkinson's h u>« \ ; - < iliv
The war should really be over
the meal-corner off with something t sometime in the very near fu
last Saturday night and suggested activities of the organi-
to help keep us slender, and con ture and I am certain that you will soon now since Theodore Dixon,
..at on w.:li the request that the tn-
tribute lo making those who want continue to be called beautiful by resident of Vanport, left far the ill of the kat* with their hens were ! dividual applying for membership
to be slender as a bean slender. he kiddies, and the ••hubby” will ravy last week. Ted, who attended simply knocking themselves out designate her special interest and
BUT I HAVE GOTTEN OFF ON
r.tinue to kisr y u when he leaves Jefferson High, was ore of the best like a blackout. You know as usual abilities
FOODS THAT HUBBY AND THE for work, and when he returns, too. liked young men in the whole Sammy was the perfect host. (You
be issued but are not
school. He was also Secretary of the could hear him howling all over the
KIDDIES like most . . .
groups of this type if
International Club, track man. until place.) Everyone had one fine time
membership record is
This recipe will go good with the
he hurt his foot, and an all around though, and jumper to the wee
in charge of the local
surprise apple-sauce cake recipe we
swell fellow. We of Portland and hours.
had for you las. week. In this we
Vanport hate to see you leav». Ted,
Groups should function
have our starches, sugars, and vita
July 13, at the residence of one
but we know that you’ll be back
local basis in line with
mins, plus other food values that
Miss Constance Maney. the lovely
soon. Best wishes.
we are failing to mention. The fam
and graceful young deb. who re- ^
purpose and suggestions out-
ily can eat all it wishes and you »
cently returned from Sunny Cali- **net* *n this manual. There are no
need not worrv about it.
Another new club is in the mak fomia. there was a small get-to- | national governing rules. The local
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should he the determining fac-
ing for the younger set. Thia club gether for a few of the gang There
quarters. Although it seemed all will be for the teen-ager» of both was a little confusion that night tor ln establishing the organlza-
available space was already in use races who live in the Albina Dis among a few people, and as usual \ t,on’* plan of work. While the name
TOR MEAL PRICES
in the building, it was discovered trict. At the first meeting held at Mr. W. tried to eat up everything in I "Vounteer Service Organization”
! that one large end of the kitchen the Albina Branch Library last the ice box. (It was good. too. or 18 preferable, it is not compulsory,
Plans for administration of the was not in use. It was remodeled, Wednesday, July 12, there wasn’t was I just real hungry.) .
SLOGAN The slogan o f the or-
new national restaurant price regu- redecorated and converted into the much accomplished as is always at
ganization is "V.S.O for the U.S.O.”
lation which goes into effect on July beautiful, harmonious lunch room the first meeting. For all of you who
thus identifying it with the United
SI are now being completed for the which the public viewed at the open
Organizations of which the
Will you please contact me if you
are interested in knowing about the
Portland OPA district, Earl C. Hald, house Friday.
club further either contact me or have news or views oi interest. Get Y M.C.A. is one of six member agen
district OPA price officer, an
"The success of the project is due be at our next meeting Wednesday, me either at my home or the cies.
nounced today. The new regulation to the tireless efforts of the volun July 19. It is a social club, and their Paper's office. Richard E. Winslow.
Louis Armstrong entertained at
is expected to strengthen controls teers.” Mrs. Farrell says. “ They
first dance will be held in a few 511 N. E. Roselawn. OArfield 4978 the U.S.O. last Sunday for one hour
in areas throughout the country come down faithfully at the ap-
and the jive was plenty hot.
weeks. All of you who already b e -, Thanks.
where meal prices have soared. Hald pointed time to serve the girls and long be sure to bring your ideas at I
operate the Canteen. Many of them the next meeting. Miss Marjorie An
were recruited from the First Bap derson is in charge, but after the j
By August 16 every restaurant
club gets started she will turn it
HOWARD'S FUEL AND ICE SERVICE
must post prominently ceiling prices
Mrs. John R. Leach, a volunteer, over to the kids. The time of the
of 40 Lasic items to be selected by
who also works with the Rooms next meeting will be 7:45 to 8:45.
the district OPA price division in
Registry department, has brought
Hauling oi All Kinds
cooperation with a local restaurant
down florers from her own gardens
advisory council yet to be ap- j
Now at New Location
regularly each week to add to the
Wilkins*, r., one
attractiveness of the room.
of Portland's loveliest ar.d most
Some of the volunteers who have charming debutants is recovering
In addition to the 40 basic items,
2 7 0 7 N. WILLIAMS AVENUE
served since the Canteen service from tonsilitis. On the 12th of July
the new regulation extends to t
first started in January of this year the doctors went into a huddle and
entire nation the present April 4-1
1943, freeze date for restaurant are. including Mrs. Leach, Mes decided to go through with one of
Phone: GArfielc 4456
prices now in effect in most of the dames D. W. Hoffman, William the most deadliest of all operations,
Whitfield. Leila Landess, T. F having one's tonsils removed. De
Five-cent coffee will return to Krause, J. E. Burch, Fred Kerr, stayed in the hospital for one and a
most restaurants beginning July 31. P C. Shepherd, Delia D. Griffeth, half days, went on a diet of nothing
No eating or drinking establish John McGuire, Francis Vrooman, else but ice cream. (Oh. how awful.)
ment may charge more than five and O. Larsell.
For some reason or other De says
Open to all employed girls of all that she is going to preserve her
cents for a cup or pot of hot coffee,
inclding cream and sugar, unless it races who work in the downtown tonsils, so if any of you would care
Your Post O ffice Department needs your help. If you can
charged a higher price during the area and carry their lunches with Lo see some tonsils, just ask De.
read, and write, and are able bodied and carry a pack w eigh
seven-day period October 4-10,1942, them, the Lunch Box Canteen is Miss Wilkinson is now feeling much
ing 30 to 50 pounds, apply to the Post O ffice Department.
and has filed a statement to that available every day o f the week ex better for those wolves of you who
Your post office needs your help if you can do the follow
effect with the local OPA board. cept Saturday and Sunday between have been inquiring.
Iced coffee remains under the April 11:30 a. m. and 2 p. m. Coffee, tea.
ing: AAanual labor, handle moil. You will receive a regular
or milk is served to the girls, if
cle rW salary.
4-10, 1943, freeze date.
The new regulation covers meals. )• desired,
I’m sorry to report that this
A pply at Personnel O ffice, main Post O ffice Building, Room
food items and beverages sold by a
week, due to circumstances beyond
Broadw ay and Glisan.
restaurant, hotel, cafe, cafeteria,
my control, I was unable t print my
delicatessen, soda fountain, board
regular weekly interview, but next
ing house, catering e*t*blishment,
week and every week hereafter if
field kitchen, luncheon wagon, ath
you want to know all about your
letic stadium, hot dog stand, or any
friends be sure to see my column. I
other public eating or drinking es
give you my promise that next week
I’ll give you all of the lowdown on
one of your own friends and maybe
2 2 7 2 N. Intentate Ave.
W anted to E stablish Routes
Y. W. C. A.
Louis Forthan, Unit 2905, apart
ment 1401, and Evelyn L. Taylor,
4210 Cottonwood, Vanport City.
The charming and talented jour
nalist, Miss Gertrude Williams, and
I are, or will be in the near future,
friendly rivals. Gertie will be writ
ing for another newspaper in our
fair city, the name of which I will
not disclose for one reason or an-
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