JOSEPHINE CRUMRINE is a young Alaska artist who lives in the Territory and specializes in painting dogs and animals. The most recent of Miss Crumrine's many exhibits was at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. In the dog portraits featured in this current series of menus Miss Crumrine has captured the spirit of the Old Alaska when the chief mode of transportation was the husky-drawn sled. Her medium was pastels, here repro- duced by four-color lithography.
HUSKY PUPPIES These fluffy balls of fur are real Alaska huskies, perhaps destined within the next few years to win renown on the winter snows of the north. Miss Crumrine reported difficulty in keeping the little sleepyheads awake long enough to catch their best expressions, but she seems to have done very well between naps.
Sets of these menus, with envelopes for mailing, are available from the chief steward free of charge. FOR INTERESTING ALASKA VACATION LITERATURE, WRITE TO ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY PIER 42 . . . SEATTLE 4
LITHOGRAPHED IN U.S.A. BY FARWEST, SEATTLE
"Surprise Ports" Isolated canneries in hidden inlets depend on The Alaska Line to transport the fish pack and bring in supplies. To tourists these unscheduled "surprise ports" offer delight- ful glimpses of Alaska not revealed on the conventional cruise. To residents of the Territory the calls are part of the broad service they have come to expect during nearly half a century that this pioneer transportation company has served Alaska.
* MENU* S. S. DENALI CAPTAIN ALBERT McCABE, Commanding Friday October 9, 1963
LUNCHEON Ripe Olives Celery en Branche Green Onions Garden Radishes Alaska Shrimp Cocktail Dill Pickles Carrot Sticks Sweet Pickles
SOUP Manhattan Clam Chowder Consomme Macedone
FISH Fried Alaska Salmon steak Anchovy Sauce
ENTREES Veal Pot Pie with Parsley Dumplings Hot Turkey Sandwiches, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Grilled Filet Mignon Mushroom Sauce Baked Potato Cheese Sauce Fried Louisiana Prawns with Cole Slaw Broiled Bacon Grilled Premium Ham Denver Omelette Eggs to Order Plain Omelette
VEGETABLES Broccoli au gratin Sauce Fresh Cauliflower Au Beurre O'Brien Potatoes Carolina Rice Steamed Potatoes
COLD BUFFET Potato Salad served with all Cold Cuts Salad Du Jour with Bacon and Tomato Sandwich Pressed Ham Kippered Salmon Prime Ribs of Beet
SALAD Texas Salad With Whipped Cream
Desserts Green Apple Pie Hot Cinnamon Sauce Vanilla Custard Pudding Nut Cup Cakes Preserved Peaches Vanilla Ice Cream Stewed Prunes Strawberry Jello With Whipped Cream
CHEESE American Swiss Edam Camembert Black Tea Coffee Cocoa Fresh Milk J. P. STOLLERY, Chief Steward Sets of these Menus may be obtained from the Chief Steward Copyright 1941 by Alaska Steamship Company
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