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FOURTH OF JULY DINNER

      U. S. Naval Training and Distribution Center

       San Francisco, Treasure Island, California

THE SPIRIT OF ‘45


cover page - Fourth of July Dinner, The Spirit of '45

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Commodore R. W. CARY, U. S. N.

Commanding Officer

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Captain H. E. SCHONLAND, U. S. N.

Chief Staff Officers

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Commissary Officers on Duty

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Commander O. A. Dole (SC), U. S. N.R.

Lt. (jg) T. O.  Fairless (SC), U. S. N. R.

Lt. (jg) J. W. Irvine (SC), U. S. N.

Lt. (jg) S. S. Hasse (SC) (W), U. S. N. R.

CPC G. M. Eichel, U. S. N.

APC E. R. Grover, U. S. N.

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                        CHICKEN RICE SOUP                                                    CRACKERS

           

                           SWEET PICKLES                                                           CELERY HEARTS

                                               

RIPE AND GREEN OLIVES 

ROAST CHICKEN

           

                        CRANBERRY SAUCE                                        GIBLET GRAVY

 

                                    SAGE DRESSING                       

                WHIPPED POTATOES 

 

BUTTERED PEAS                                                          BUTTERED ASPARAGUS

 

            ICE CREAM                                                      POUND CAKE

                                                                        COFFEE

 

                                    RUM ROLLS                                                     BUTTER

 

ORANGES                                CIGARETTS                              APPLES


We are going to win the war and We are going to win the peace that follows

We are going to Win the War

and

We are going to Win the Peace that follows.

 

                                                Franklin D. Roosevelt

Published: Fri Sep 27 08:16:26 EDT 2019