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YOUNG PEOPLE S PAGE
R IC H A R D W IN S L O W . E d ito r
\ iv’s Jump Really Jumped
For those of you who missed
Vivian Youngs jump last Satur
day haven't even begun to live as
yet. It was an outdoor jump where
everyone brought his own food,
drink, or whatever was necessary.
The kats really fell in hard; some
in floats, some lit up like Neon
signs, and still others were just
lit, period. The jump was really
cool, especially since it was a lawn
party out with the fresh air and
fresh mosquitos, .which really
knocked themselves out. The at
mosphere was that of nothing but
romance and gaiety. Everyone had
a fine time and stayed, some any
how, till the wee hours.
Is it true that R. B has been
chasing the "Baron again?
The Mott’s Hup
House o f Prayer Sunday
School Picnic at Mount Scott
Park Thursday. Aug 3d. Take
Foster trolley at Third and
Madison, get off at 72nd and
Harold. Walk t\u blocks south
on 72nd ave. E\eryone is in
vited to come and bring chil
dren. Bring your picnic lunch
basket; all of the food will be
put on the table and we hope to
have a grand time. Dinner at
1:00 P. M. and again at 6:00
Mis. America Meets the War
Editor s Note FUUiomng and
price control touch every home
in -our country How these vital
programs and other wartime
restrictions affect the home-
: iker is told in this column of
authentic government informa
is required to show you his ceiling
price lists, which are exact copies
of the lists filed with local OP A
And here’s a peach of a price
regulation for homemakers. Fresh
peaches for table use are under
price control for the first time. The
new price ceilings mean reductions
to shoppers of an average of about
25 per cent below prices charged
The Mott s gave a cool hop las
Apparently the can opener will
Wednesday, which was fine and
be able to retain its importance in
mellow. This grovev hop was given
Mrs. America s household despite
for the ever-popular Delores Bel!.
wartime conditions. For the War
The Mott's home was really hop
I reduction Boaid has authorized,
ping about 11 o'cVxk. then there
tw Kf as much iron and steel for
Homemakers will welcome news
was a short intermission for some W ar Booms Cupid’s Trade; j the manufacture c f the household
from the War Production Board
fine food which really hit the spot.
Marriages Set a Record type can opener.
that a limited production of electric
For all of you Jodvs who aren't
WASHINGTON — The war is giv
water heaters has been approved.
.acquainted with the Mott's you are
If Mrs. America expects to wield Further, the War Production Board
ing Cupid a lift, the census bureau
I certainly missing a lot. They are, said in reporting a “ remarkable” ¡the ian opener much, she'd better
established a new' quota for pro
\ in my belief at least, the most increase in the percentage of mar j get out and help the nation's ean-
duction of non-electric water heat-
! talented, versatile, perfect hosts in ried men and women.
! neries pack this year's crop of fruits ters. Restrictions also were re
On the basis of a sample sur and vegetables. Housewives and
the whole “ City of Roses. " Here's
moved from the manufacture or
vey in 30.000 households in 42 states high school boys and girls are
a little dirt from the hop:
fabrication of metal jackets for
The chicks certainly pulled some and the District of Columbia, the needed to fill the manpower short
“ Dedication to Men"
heaters. It was pointed out
bureau calculates that the propor
I frantic boogies.
(By Guess Who»
jac kets will be permitted
tion of married couples in the popu
The kats certainly fell hard for
If you smile at one, he thinks
lation is higher now than at any more canned fruits and vegetables again because paperboard proved
!one Joana Young
you aret flirting.
previous time for which statistics for fighting men overseas than for unsatisfactory
A certain party was really sur- i are available.
those stationed in the United
If you don’t flirt he thinks you
prised (or was he when another
As of February, there were 32,- States. If you want to help in this
are an iceberg
Mrs. America, give your landlord
If you let him kiss you he wishes I certain walked in while he was j 000.000 married women in ihe vital food project, get in tuuch with
and take care of his prop
you were more reserved.
of wartime condi
If you don't, he seeks consola
tions, representing 63 per cent of will learn where and when your help tions, landlords are having diffi
tion in someone else.
the civilian female population 14
culty obtaining materials and man
If you flatter him, he thinks I ran Mr. R. \Y. ragged, he states . years old and over. By contrast, will be needed.
power to make necessary repairs.
you’re silly (and he's not wrong
there are 30,100,000, or 60 per cent
Mrs. America's wartime slogan You’ll want to get a copy of a handy
of the population, in 1940.
Mrs. C. P. I'm surprised at you.
If you don’t he’s sure you don't
The proportion of married men of “ wean it out. r ake it do or do booklet put out by the OPA rent
■ (you and your boy friend make a | among civilians was even higher, without” has focuieu attention on control division entitled “Uncle Sam
understand and appreciate him.
If you talk of love and romance ; /ovely couple though. No kidding.. with 72 per cent of those 14 or older ceiling prices covering repair serv keeps your rent down—you must
ices. For example, the dry cleaner keep your home up.” It covers the
he thinks you are getting serious. | Why didn't you tell me that you | in the matrimonial class. .
were a jitterbug?
the cobbler .the laundry, the house "do's and don’t of preventive main
If you don’t he's disgusted.
crease chiefly to “ psychological ef hold appliance repair man or I tenance.” Ask for it at your local
If you smoke he doesn’t want
fects” of the war and to a nevAsense
OPA rent office, or write the Re
Miss Bell Popular Visitor
of economic security as a result of other service establishments c an- j gional Information Division, OPA,
Miss Dolores Bell is one popu full employment and higher wages. not charge you more than they did j
If you don’t he thinks you are a
in March. 1942 Of course, you can t San Francisco.
lar young debutant as most of you
remember that far back. However, j
If you drink he thinks you’re already know by now. There have
if you have any questions about the
been four jumps given for her in
Stump OPA Officials charge, ask the dealer about it. He
If you don’t he’ll get one that one week. iA record in itself.) On
Friday, July 21. the Graggs had
If you go out with other boys he’ll i a nice little party for Dolores at
¡Aunt Lula’s home. It was a very
think you are fickle.
If you don’t he thinks no one cool affair and everyone had a
“ How many baths a week
swell time. (Didn’t w e?) Dolores
else wants you.
should each person be allowed?
MEN. God bless them, they left our fair city last Sunday and
“ How long is one person sup
Put your savings
had only one thing to say: “ I
don’t know what they want.
posed to stay in the bathroom?”
into war bonds every
didn’t want to leave.” (There are
Signed J. R.
The OPA is looking for the
a lot of sad hearts left behind,
aren't there?) She was accom
Know Your Neighbors
This week, as in previous weeks, panied on her sojourn by her very
your reporter once again inter gracious aunt. If there’s anyone
who’s full of fun then it’s Dolores.
viewed one of your neighbors.
Mr. George E. Hill’s my name We of Portland are very sorry to
the fourteen, five foot ten-inch,
This week we have another recipe»
Vit cup butter
one-hundred and eighty-five and
% cup sugar
sent to us by one of our readers that
one-half pound young man stated
Honor Party Great Success
milk on and scald, add butter
will make any family have a swell
in his smooth, intelligent sounding
One of the largest semi-formals dinner, and make any family be able and sugar and yeast dissolved in K
voice. I was born in Portland July of the season was Monday, July
to smile and talk all through the cup water. Let cool. Then add 6
27. 1929, to Mr. and Mrs. S. E. 24. at the Portland Women’s Civic
mealtime (or maybe you will be so cups flour. let spcr.ge rise for two
Hill. I’m not going to marry since Center from eight till twelve. It
busy eating that you will not have hours. Sift 6 cups flour, soda, bak
I’m going to be an undertaker, was given for two most distin
the precious time to talk.) I started ing powder, salt together, add to
and no one seems to want to marry guished guests. Mrs. C. J. Camp
the meal-corner off with something the sponge. Make into rolls let rise
an undertaker for some reason or bell and Arthur Winslow, S/2c.
to help keep us slender, and con to double the size.
other. (Smile.) My hobby is coins Mrs. Campbell, visiting from Chi
tribute to making those who w'ant
mainly, but I also enjoy meeting cago, is the guest of Mrs. Helen
to be slender as a bear slender.
people and making friends. I don’t Kirkland of 975 N. E. Oneonta St„
That Y ou W a n t to Rent?
BUT I HAVE GOTTEN OFF ON
drink or smoke, I have the best while Art, as most of you already
FOODS THAT HUBBY AND THE
brother in the world, Seth, and I know, is a resident, or should I
KIDDIES like most . . .
attend Jeff Hi School. If you want say was until he enlisted in the
Did I fail to mentiqn that we are
to see me in a movie, just see navy, of Portland. The dance with
trying to (with the aid of our good
Roddy McDowell’s new picture over two-hundred present was a
IA C O B MILLER
readers) go easy on those precious
“ Thunderbird, Son of Flicker.” If very gala occasion, with fine music
515 S . W . 3rd A v e.
ration points. How co you like
you look real hard you’ll see me furnished by our own Joe Crane
in one of the race track scenes. and his swell musicians. It v.'as
LADIES, WE ARE STILL ASKING
Roddy and I are close friends. I given by Mr. and Mrs Kirkland
YOU FOR YOUR RECIPES
like to travel a lot and I can get and Mr. and Mrs. Winslow. The
Why not send us oodles of them
in any show over town free. (In Center was just full of distin
by the end of this week ?
guished guests, some of them were
This recipe is sent to us by
Tiny Bradshaw, Lionel
Your reporter thinks George is Mrs. Robert N. Joyner. Sr., mother
one swell fellow, and if anyone in of Dr. Joyner and Mrs. Adamson,
Mim Florence Hildebrand
this whole wide world is ever go mother of Mrs. Joyner, who are
316 N. McMiUen Street.
ing to get somewhere, it’s George. visiting here from New York and
We wish you the best of luck.
of 1944, the
Boston. Also Mrs. Lyla Brown,
visiting from Tacoma. Washing
Count and a Q ueen"
1 quart milk
ton, and many others whom your
12 cups flour
Watch for dates and announcements
Is it true that G. D. has really reporter didn't get around to meet
1 ig teaspoons baking powder
settled down to one G. W. ? Is it ing.
1 »2 teaspoons soda
'NOT BETTER, BUT THE BEST":
true that one chick had quite a
1 1/ 2 . teaspoons salt
time with one certain singer for
1 cake yeast
( lU ft t K W h o ?
one Louie Armstrong's hand one
We defy you to guess who re
cently took that last fatal step
Is it true that S. H. and E. W.
across the altar. You were right
have finally reached an under
the first time, it was but our own
lovable Editor Mr. Ralph H. Faulk.
Is it true that E. F. and Dt W.
Used Restaurant and
It was quite a shock to your re
have started all over again?
porter as you might imagine it
Is it true that William G. is the
would be. All kidding aside we all
life of every party?
know that Ralph and the little
Is it true that Vivian and Phyllis
Refrigerators, Ice Boxes
woman will be very happy and we
have the finest car m town?
send them our best regards. (Now.
Is it true that certain players
I. BOXER Mgr.
do I get that raise, boss?)
on the Merchant’s team were a
little high at the game July 18!
Brdwy and N. Williams
Is it true that Dottie W. and
Jackie H. have had a few argu-
2272 N. Interstate Ave.
BABE'S MEAL-PLANNING CONNER
DO YOU HAVE
Beauty Supplies and
S Duke Soon to present
Count Basie, Erskine Hawkins
Coast Fixture Co.
W anted to Establish Routes
Make Money Selling
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