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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1934)
TELEPHONE 41 K IR RESERVATIONS
R. E. ANDREWS
Courteous Service— A Square Deal— Good Quality
Some of Our Grocery Specials for
FRIDAY and SA TU RD A Y, MAY 4 and 5
Pimiento Potatoes with Eggs 2
cupfuls of mashed or need |x»tatoes,
2 tahlrsjMionfuls of butter, one-third
cupful of milk. I tesspoonful of salt,
2 tahlrqsHtnfuls of chopped pimiento,
4 eggs, salt ami pejqier, one-fourth
¡cupful of bread crumbs. Combine
the potatoes, butter, milk, salt, ami
pimiento, and mix well. Put the mix
ture into a wrll-greasrd baking dish.
Make four hollows in the surface of
the potato ami slip an egg into each.
Sprinkle with salt and prpjwr ami
crumbs. Bake in a moderate oven
(350 to 375 degrees) until the eggs
We have just installed a specially constructed Water Spray
Vegetable Rack. You can now get strictly fresh Vegetables here.
We invite you to come in and see it.
Daily Free Delivery
Rice Mold with Lam B- Pack hot
cooked rice in a bowl, leaving the
center hollow. Fill the hctllow with
minced cooked lamb nk»istci*ed with
gravy or white sauce. Turn the mold
up-side-down on a hot platter Pour
over it hot tomato sauce madr by
heating canned tomato soup, undi
luted. Other meat may be used in
place of lamb. This is an excellent
way to use meat left over from a
Rhubarb Conserve - Combine 2
cupfuls of rhube.rb, cut fine, 2 cup
fuls of sugar, the juice ami grated
rind of 1 orange, ami the grated rind
of 1 lemon. Heat until the suear is
dissolved, stirring frequently. Boil
rapidly until the conserve is thick
and clear. Just before removing from
the stove add one-half cupful of nut-
meats, cut in small pieces, and pour
[ into sterilized glasses. The nutmeats
may be omitted if hot desired. Seal
with paraffin white hot.
We are equipped to handle your print
ing needs and can turn out your work
on short notice. If you require menus,
letter heads, cards, statements, bill
heads or envelopes drop into the office
or flag us down as we barge along the
street. It does not make any difference
where we may be going, you wili find
we are never in too big a hurry to stop
and talk printing.
Quick Peach or Apricot Coffee
Cake— This i* a variation of the ap
ple coffe cake. Follow the same
method as in the apple cake ami use
the same amounts, but in place of the
apples substitute sliced fresh peaches
or apricots. Canned sliced peaches,
drained, may be used if the fresh
fruit is not in season. Arrange the
fruit in even rows, cover with the
butter and sugar mixture and bake at
the same temperature as the apple
cake. Pitied tresh cherries may be
usd in the same way.
When vegetables and meat come
from the market take care of them at
once, making a mental calculation of
what is to be done with every part.
If bone or fat is to be tnmmed from
the meat, wash ant] put in a kettle
with cold water and cook slowly, add
ing salt to draw out the juices. To
this add any bits of vegetables, say
a piece of onion, a stray carrot, a
stalk of celery, all of which would
ordinarily dry or mold and then tie
two or three hours of cooking, and
torown awav. Strain this stock, after
store in the refrigerator. It will tie
good to use for a soup or sauce.
RED & WHITE STORE
W. J . CARLSON
Cascade Locks, Ore.
Shop here and save. We offer you high quality foods at city prices.
Our stock is fresh, clean, complete.
GROCERY SPECIALS for
FRIDA Y and SATURDAY, MAY 4 and 5
American Cheese, lb........................................... .....
Flakewhite Shortening, 1-lb. cartons......................
Red & White Catsup, 14-oz. bottle........................
Red & White Tomato Juice, No. 1 tins, o for......
Red & White New England Style Baked Beans
Red & White Brown Bread, your choice, 2 for ...
C & H Pure Cane Sugar, 10 lbs................................
Red & White Salt, plain or iodized, 2-lb— 2 for..
Red & White Milk, large cans, 4 for......................
Red & White Baking Powder, 1-lb. cans.............
Red & White Coffee, 1-lb packages....................
New Deal Coffee, 1-lb. package...............................
Blue & White Toilet Tissue, 4 for..........................
Red & White Wax-Xunch Rolls, 125 feet.............
Hershey ’3 Cocoa, iialf pound tins............................
Beet Greens anti Beets— This dish
is most attractive when beets about
the size of walnuts are attached to
the green. Cook beets anti greens sep
arately. Chop the greens and season
well with butter, salt, ami pep|ief,
also lemon juice if desired. Pack
greens in a bowl and keep hot. Skin
the cooked beets and season with
butter, salt, and pepper. Place the
bowl of greens upside-down on a hot
serving plate. Remove the bowl and
shape the greens to a smooth mound.
Surround with a ring of the beets and
I sei ve hot.
To whip evaporated milk plate the
utv>|>etied can in a saucepan and
cover completely with cold water
Bring to boiling |»>int quickly and
(mil one minute. Remove and chill
the ran of ndlk thoroughly (It can
lie Irft in the rrfrigerator indefinite
ly.) Open can ami whip the milk
immediately with a chilled beater in
a cold bowl (The whirling require*
from five to eight minutes). Evaj»*
orated milk triple* itself in whipping
whereas cream only dt J»le*.
Carrot Krittrrs -One-half cupful
<>f flour, one-eighth teaspnoaful of
Ntlt. one-third cupful of milk, I egg,
one half ublcspmmful of cooking oil
and cooked carrots. Sift the flour
and salt together, add the milk to
the beaten egg. and gradually add the
liquid to the dry ingredient*. Then
add the cooking oil ami beat thomly. I
Slice the carrots crosswise in three
I he household of a lady of quality
fourth-inch slices (if the carrots are
is graced by two dogs.
large an attractive service is provided
animal, Fritz, has Iwen with ?he fam
by removing the cores with an a|>plr
ily for many years. T he y »unger
corer). Dip the slices into the luttrr
Hep|xi, is a newcomer. Recently,
and fry in deep hot fat or cooking
getting ready for her annual trip to
oil (J9 S degiees) for about S min
Furo|w, the lady was asked by a
utes, until a delicate brown. Carrot
or parsnip fritters (prepared in the
same way) are delicious served with
chili sauce ami crisp bacon.
H. O. Oats, 55-oz. rksi
Grape Nuts ... .....
Baker's Breakfast Cocoa, half pound
Sunset Fancy Tomato Juice, tall cans, 3 for
Shilling's BaUag Powder. 12-oz. can
Chase $ Sanborn Vacuum Packed Coffee, lb
Assortment of Porter’s Cello— Macaroni Products, 1-lb. pkg ..
Wesson Oil Mixer, with full pint Wesson oil included
Snowdrift, 3-lb. cans.........................
White Wonder Laundry Soap. 10 bars
Minute Tapioca ...............................................
Complete Line Hollywood Gelatines, your choice 3 for
Pepper. Tomato and Cabbage Plants, best to be had, dozen
We carry a complete line of Cakes and Pastry,
w w *r w w>
Delightfully situatrdj Jfi\ acres ni private gronnls Overt.*'ks
lumina River Highway at eastern en-
Columbia river. l>n
u Dining room open, One of Orrtmi’s
trance to Cascade
better hotels. Ample! lommodations for transients and tourists.
Sunday Dinner» by Appointment
c h r o n ic l e
C R A IG 110N T H O T E L
M R StE . FINLAY, Prop.
Heat the blade of your knife over
the g;*f flame. When it is hot it will
cut sr.tooth siices in the freshest
friend whether she intended to i.
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I wen abroad several times
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lield in thè Fagle Crerk ground« un
Tursday, May I, wtth all studenti
in attendane#. The day't Imiivii«*
were »tartrd off with a haskrtljtH
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thr new olir* had all thè l»e»l ni i|* |
argument I he aftem»x»a was gora jj
over to hiking ami fishing lr% »|
were made to thè Punch Itemi, lino
nrclite. Itlur la k r ami thè Kuckti
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Everybody Is Invited To
BI RTH DAY
TWO KEGS OF FREE BEER
Beginning at 8 O'clock
SATURDAY \ NIGHT
PLEN TY OF MUSIC, LIGHTS* LA U G H TER
Tell your friend». Make up a party and come
along. The liveliest spot on the highway.
TABLES FOR TH E LADIES
You c«n always eat, drink and be merty at
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We have properties in different part« o f Cascade
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HhowT, nhf tb n ( Lto the
8cho01- A«k UH to
cab in /
wh,ch Ure ava,'abl<* for cottages and
( ancade Locktt passed through the pioneering
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schools, churches, elec-
WaÎTr’ tra»}»P(>rtation. And it is only 10
minute« from Bonneville I)am.
Investigate Ciwcade Lock« today. Study it« oppor-
umtie«. Learn the number of men who are employed
by the government in building th? dam.
A. T. S T E W A R T
Cascade L o c k » , ..............................................Oregon