Dugans Bakery Truck

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JeannieG
Junior Burger
2008/05/08 20:00:38
Does anyone remember the Dugans bakery truck that would go from house to house selling cakes and bread? They had cupcakes with either chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry icing that you could just peel off the top of the cupcake and eat. What a sugar high!!! They'd come down the street in the same way the Good Humor truck would makes its rounds...
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/08 21:04:05
I remember Dugan's. I remember it with great affection. The Dugan's man used to deliver a coffee cake to my house twice a week when I was a kid.
JeannieG
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/08 21:15:06
So glad to see somone remembers! Their crumbcakes were really good too, but, ah, those cupcakes::):):) This was in Queens NY...
Red Head
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/08 21:27:55
It must be close to 45 years since I've had a Dugan's chocolate iced cupcake but I can still taste it. I remember peeling off and eating the icing and then eating the yellow cupcake by itself . Dugan's french crullers are the gold standard for me. I've NEVER had a french cruller that holds a candle to the ones I remember being delivered by the Dugan's man. Thanks for bringing back a great memory.
Sir Loin
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/08 21:31:22
Yes, the Dugan man would come on Tuesdays if I recall correctly. If you wanted him to stop, you put a cardboard D in your window. Then on Thursday the Charles Chips truck would come by with big tins of potato chips and pretzels. Also got Hoffman soda deliveries. Ah the good old days.
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/08 21:46:06
quote:
Originally posted by JeannieG

So glad to see somone remembers! Their crumbcakes were really good too, but, ah, those cupcakes::):):) This was in Queens NY...

I don't remember the cupcakes. It was in New Haven, Hamden, Milford and Orange -- all Connecticut -- for me.
JeannieG
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/08 21:54:06
I totally forgot about the D in the window.LOL As for Hoffman soda, didn't they have sasparilla flavor - my favorite:):)
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/08 22:22:24
Hoffman's cream soda was mine.
NYNM
Filet Mignon
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/09 15:06:09
Blast from the Past!!

I remember you could walk into the back of the truck and see the bake goods boxes diplayed and make your choice. What fun!!

A mobile bakery!
PaulBPool
Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/09 15:13:51
When I was a kid, my Grandfather lived in Queens Village NY, and his neighbor was a worker at the Dugan's plant. Needless to say, there was always plenty of Dugan's product in their house when we would visit!
I still remember their cupcakes and crumb cakes, they were very tasty, and having my 'pop-pop' give me one of them as a treat is a memory that I'll take with me the rest of my life.
exsquidao
Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/09 15:15:34
Well it wasn't Dugans but growing up in Ct. there was a Viking bakery truck that delivered, does anyone remeber that company and know anything about it?
exsquidao
Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/09 15:18:46
Also we had a truck that came around called the "milk mobile" that sold a variety of items,is anyone familiar with this as well?
seafarer john
Filet Mignon
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/09 16:44:48
In the Hudson valley thee was sharp competition between Dugans and Cushmans bakeries. They both had similar products and prices, but for whatever reason or family preferred Cushmans, so Dugans did not stop at our house. I may be mistaken, but I think I remember that Cushmans also sold day -old products at a considerable discount - this was , after all, the years of the Great Depression - although I think they were still in business up to about 1950. I wonder now just how good their products were - I sure loved them as a child.

At one point, just before WWII my father drove a horsedrawn milk truck for a local dairy - Brenners. People had a box on their porches and received a standing order of milk, butter, cheese and such, and left money in the box for the milkman. If you wanted to change your order you had to check off items on a list supplied by the company or leave a note for the milkman. If a house became vacant the horse stopped there every morning anyhow and it took months to break him of the habit for that stop. Likewise it took a while to train the horse to stop at a new address for a new customer.

How many of you remember the ice man? Customers had a sign hung on a nail on their porches and turned the number of pounds of ice they wanted to the top of the sign and the man left a block of ice of the appropriate size in the ice box on the porch. I cant remember when we didn't have a refrigerator, but we continued to get ice in the Summer months from the ice man. I guess the refrigerators in those days were smaller than now and not capable of making much more than a tray or two of ice every day.

Cheers, John

Cheers, John


rongmtek
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/09 16:54:06
My wife has been wistfully recalling "the Dugan's man" for as long as I've known her. She spent her early childhood in Queens (1952-1960); when we moved to the Hudson Valley in 1982, one of the first things we noticed was a closed Dugan's "stand" on the shoulder of the Hutchinson Parkway in the lower part of Westchester County. It looked like it had been a walk-up, Carvel-type stand, or maybe an outlet for day-old stuff? We never found out, but it stood there, abandoned, for many years; for her it had a ghostly quality.
It's funny how those things resonate so strongly through a lifetime.

No ice man for me, Captain; but I grew up in western Nassau County drinking milk from Dietz's Dairy, a farm that was 3 blocks away.
Cheers, indeed!
Ron
rumaki
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/09 16:56:25
In Indianapolis, our bakery delivery truck was Omar. I remember my mother buying bread,rolls and breakfast sweet rolls, and very rarely a cake (we didn't have desserts much in our house).

Milk delivery was by Polk. I think my brother still has the metal box that sat on the porch to receive cartons of milk and cottage cheese.

Home milk delivery still takes place in the United Kingdom, I believe. In 1987, when there was a "blizzard" (by English standards) in January, I remember that one of the ways the Brits expressed how devastating the 3 to 6-inch snowfall had been was to say "there was no milk delivery for three days!"
Tedbear
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/09 18:34:59

Yes, I do fondly remember the arrival of "The Dugan's Man"! We did not have to put a cardboard "D" in the front window, as he always came to the back door with a basket, bearing his selections for the day. As a kid, my favorite was their Jellyroll.

I also remember a Dugan's advertising campaign--in fact, perhaps their last one. Does anyone else remember the radio commercials with the man telling us that "Thomas' promises--but Dugan's delivers!"?

For a number of years after Dugan's went out of business, there was an auto graveyard/junkyard on Rt. 1 in Elizabeth, NJ, that was filled with old Dugan's trucks. Every time that I drove past, I had an incredible urge for a Dugan's Jellyroll!
Sir Loin
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/05/10 02:22:15
quote:
Originally posted by JeannieG

I totally forgot about the D in the window.LOL As for Hoffman soda, didn't they have sasparilla flavor - my favorite:):)


Not sure about sasparilla, my favorite was the black cherry. Still remember the Hoffman jingle. "the prettiest girl I ever saw, was sipping Hoffmans through a straw"
JeannieG
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/05 20:40:56
quote:
Originally posted by Sir Loin

quote:
Originally posted by JeannieG

I totally forgot about the D in the window.LOL As for Hoffman soda, didn't they have sasparilla flavor - my favorite:):)


Not sure about sasparilla, my favorite was the black cherry. Still remember the Hoffman jingle. "the prettiest girl I ever saw, was sipping Hoffmans through a straw"
JeannieG
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/05 20:42:51
quote:
Originally posted by Sir Loin

quote:
Originally posted by JeannieG

I totally forgot about the D in the window.LOL As for Hoffman soda, didn't they have sasparilla flavor - my favorite:):)


Not sure about sasparilla, my favorite was the black cherry. Still remember the Hoffman jingle. "the prettiest girl I ever saw, was sipping Hoffmans through a straw"
GailBlackman
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/13 21:58:32
A Brooklyn girl -not just Dugan's but Krug's too-Green trucj and Peter Peter Wheat bread and comic books. Same wonderful shiny thick hardtop. soft peal-able icing

That same icing is on Emtemann's black and white cake todsy. Does anyone know what it is called-have recipe for it know where to get it. I have been looking for years. Ebingers used it too.

Thank you

GB
ScreenBear
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/13 22:13:28
I had no idea Dugan's was delivered outside of N.J? As a matter of fact, as a kid I thought it was solely a Newark thing. Does anyone know just how far their sales extended?

And another question: How come back then we could eat all we wanted of that stuff (icing, jellyrolls, coffee cake...gosh I love pastry) without gaining weight?

Couldn’t be because we played non-stop from the time we got home from school until long after the lightning bugs came out, when our parents could finally lasso us, put us into the bath, and spatula us into bed, could it?

The Bear
Twinwillow
Sirloin
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/13 22:27:56
You hit a soft nerve with this topic. I loved the Dugan's truck delivering those wonderful, freshly baked goodies back in the early-mid 50's. Especially the crumb cake. That had to be everyones favorite. It sure was my favorite.
pmrkr2
Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/13 22:37:53
I remember Dugan's with great affection, I used to love those pink cupcakes that you could peel the icing off, mmmmmm good
GailBlackman
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/13 22:41:37
so does anyone of us icing lovers have any idea where we can find a recipe for it. Thanks

Gail
Rapunzll
Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/13 23:28:36
I never heard of this company before, but in Livonia, the suburb of Detroit where I grew up, we had the Awrey's man. They are still around, although the trucks no longer are. They made/make wonderful coffee cakes and chocolate bump cake.

I like to go to their outlet store when I get a chance while visiting.
ConeyIslandLou
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/14 00:10:56
I remember as a kid there being in a local junkyard a Dugan's truck.....but am not old enough to remember the actual service or goods...

I DO remember when Freihofer's started infiltrating down our way from the Albany area - and the those wonderful chocolate chip cookies they had back then....just right for the 'illegal appetite
stimulates' that one smoked as a kid....... " />
GailBlackman
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/14 00:25:04
Thanks for all your replies but does anyone REALLY HAVE AN IDEA OF WHERE TO FIND THE RECIPE>

Thanks
Remarc
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/14 16:48:49
I remember Dugans bread truck back in 1940-1945 when we lived in Woodbury Heights & Wenonah,NJ in south Jersey.My father always got their whole wheat bread.How handy it was to have a delivery right to your house.But then the Dr.also made house calls.Yes they were the "good old days
quote:
Originally posted by ScreenBear

I had no idea Dugan's was delivered outside of N.J? As a matter of fact, as a kid I thought it was solely a Newark thing. Does anyone know just how far their sales extended?

And another question: How come back then we could eat all we wanted of that stuff (icing, jellyrolls, coffee cake...gosh I love pastry) without gaining weight?

Couldn’t be because we played non-stop from the time we got home from school until long after the lightning bugs came out, when our parents could finally lasso us, put us into the bath, and spatula us into bed, could it?

The Bear

Twinwillow
Sirloin
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/14 17:11:52
Sorry, this is the closest I could find.

http://www.ochef.com/397.htm
Twinwillow
Sirloin
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/14 17:15:55

And another question: How come back then we could eat all we wanted of that stuff (icing, jellyrolls, coffee cake...gosh I love pastry) without gaining weight?






Probably because we all walked to get somewhere. And, we didn't have a world of junk food and probably, the most important thing, we ate much smaller portions then.
pmrkr2
Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/06/14 18:22:34
probably worked it off playing stick ball
Tom K
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/07/30 13:01:42
My Dad, and my older brother, were Dugan Men for many years in Northern NJ riding around in Divco trucks.
I was their Helper on weekends for a whole $2 a day!
I also worked part-time for Dugan's in the Ice Cream Freezer at the Branch in Hackensack.
Twinwillow
Sirloin
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/07/30 13:26:51
Welcome aboard, Tom. Enjoy the site and post often. You sound like our kind of "roadfoodie".
cavandre
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/07/30 15:45:49
quote:
Originally posted by seafarer john

In the Hudson valley thee was sharp competition between Dugans and Cushmans bakeries.


Cheers, John



Growing up in Yonkers (NY), we had access to both. I seem to remember a very good crumb cake from Cushmans, as well as very good cookies. But the Dugan guy brought the stuff right to your door...the first Enabler I ever met.
Jupiter Ed
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/08/28 15:02:09
quote:
Originally posted by Tom K

My Dad, and my older brother, were Dugan Men for many years in Northern NJ riding around in Divco trucks.
I was their Helper on weekends for a whole $2 a day!
I also worked part-time for Dugan's in the Ice Cream Freezer at the Branch in Hackensack.
Jupiter Ed
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/08/28 15:14:42
My dad was also a driver for Dugan's in Collingswood, NJ. On days I had off from school he would take me on his route to Long Beach Island, Lakehurst and other Jersey Shore stores. I too remember those little pies, cakes and snowballs that he took out of the stores because they were out of date. It didn't matter to me, I'd get in the back of the truck and make myself sick as they tasted just as good. After his route, while he was doing his paper work, I'd empty the bakery trays from the trucks for 25 cents each. I thought I was one rich little kid with a couple of bucks in my pocket. On the way home we'd stop at Jabbo's Tavern for his draft and my Coke. I sure do miss those days.
jesusluvsunme7
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/09/19 20:12:32
My Uncle Ben CELEBRATING HIS 100TH Birthday used to drive a Dugan's Truck
Does anyone know where I might find a picture of one to make a present for him???
Bigapetite
Hamburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/09/19 20:24:18
All this brings back memories of growing up in NYC.
The Dugans truck, Ice being delivered from a truck, The Seltzer man, Home milk deliverey, Cott, Canada Dry, Hoffman, White Rock, Myer 1890 soda's just to mention a few. Yoo Hoo before it was all chemicals. Don't forget about the 98 different brands of white bread. Safeway supermarkets in NY, Gold medal, Sealtest and Borden's milk. Bungalow Bar, Good Humor and Howard Johnson's Ice cream trucks The Horn and Hardart automat's, Chock Full of nuts stores, Bickfords, Nedicks I think I could go on for an hour

Geez you are all making me feel old..Wait, I am old LOL
cavandre
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/09/20 09:28:42
quote:
Originally posted by Bigapetite

All this brings back memories of growing up in NYC.
The Dugans truck, Ice being delivered from a truck, The Seltzer man, Home milk deliverey, Cott, Canada Dry, Hoffman, White Rock, Myer 1890 soda's just to mention a few. Yoo Hoo before it was all chemicals. Don't forget about the 98 different brands of white bread. Safeway supermarkets in NY, Gold medal, Sealtest and Borden's milk. Bungalow Bar, Good Humor and Howard Johnson's Ice cream trucks The Horn and Hardart automat's, Chock Full of nuts stores, Bickfords, Nedicks I think I could go on for an hour

Geez you are all making me feel old..Wait, I am old LOL

You forgot the Mr. Softee truck, to get a fix of soft-serve right outside your door.
Baah Ben
Filet Mignon
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/09/20 12:06:40
I remember Dugan's in NJ. I also remember the milk man.
leethebard
Sirloin
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/09/20 12:44:13
i remember the coal truck and the rag man!!!!
the ancient mariner
Filet Mignon
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/09/20 12:50:00
I remember-----oh wait, I forgot what I remembered !!!!!
CCinNJ
Sirloin
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/09/26 23:57:09
Here are a few recipes from Dugan's

http://www.dugansbakers.com/page3.html
GailBlackman
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/09/27 09:26:04

Take a Jersey Girl or Guy to understand my original post. Thanks for understanding the question I was asking-not all the "trucky stuff" I honestly thought I would be receiving these "memories forever"

Cheers to you. I haven't opened them as yet-but appreciate your "coherence!"

GBG
vtraub
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2008/10/07 14:37:16
I vividly remember my Dugan's toy truck as a prized possession! I also remember the day my father told the Dugan's man we didn't need his services any longer. The Dugan's man was named Lenny, who happened to be deaf (we're pretty sure) and who was also able to lip read up to a certain level of proficiency. On that fateful day, Lenny came to the front door with his assortment of the best-smelling fresh bakery products, banged on the door and my father stepped out to speak with him. He told Lenny we didn't need him to stop by any more, but he wasn't quite getting the message. Every time my Dad said, "Lenny we just don't need you to stop here any
more.", Lenny replied with, "What.....what.....?" After several minute of mounting exasperation, Dad exclaimed, "Lenny, you're a fruitcake!!" Lenny quickly took out his book and said, "Oh, that'll take a special order!!" He still came by our house, of course.
eggsactley
Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/01/17 20:07:01
On Staten Island we had Dugan's and Holterman's for baked goods, Weissglass delivered milk and dairy, an egg guy from somewhere in Somerset County, NJ, a seltzer truck and Charles Chips. For anyone interested here's a link to the Divco Club of America http://www.divco.org/
post edited by eggsactley - 2009/01/17 20:22:26
WRIGHT-HOLDER
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/07 18:29:51

Hi Have you ever lived in Brooklyn, NY when the Dugan truck delivered?  if so please let me know.  thanks
WRIGHT-HOLDER
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/07 18:40:44

Hi i saw that you said Brooklyn girl,  do you remember where the Dugan's cake factory was on park avenue in brooklyn, ny.  I am trying to find it and then find someone who did drive one of the trucks.  Any information would be helpful thanks
David_NYC
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/07 22:27:28
WRIGHT-HOLDER

Hi i saw that you said Brooklyn girl,  do you remember where the Dugan's cake factory was on park avenue in brooklyn, ny. 

 
I think you may be intertwining Drake's Bakeries and Dugan's.
 
Drake's is now part of Interstate Bakeries and is based out of Wayne, New Jersey. They moved there directly from Clinton Avenue, near Park Avenue, in Brooklyn. There are a lot of refernces to Drakes on the web, including this:
http://www.myrtleavenue.org/WallaboutCulturalResourceSurvey.pdf
 
Dugan's, at least in New York City, was based at 222nd Street in Queens Village, Queens. The old bakery site is now a pretty big bus garage site owned by NYC Transit, part of the Metropolitan Transit Authority. Google Dugans and Queens Village and you will get a lot of hits.


GailBlackman
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/07 23:14:25
 yes
GailBlackman
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/07 23:22:55
 Dugans was Dugans   Not "intertwining anything.  Never heard of Interstate. Drakes was store bought-second rate items -still are in my opinion!
I'm glad all of you got so involved and excited about the Nostalgia...All I ever wanted when I posted the original query was a dupe-recipe for the icing on the Dugans Cup Cakes   Trucks not my interest.  Have Fun anyway and if anyone remembers the flat shiny vanilla or chocolate icing (not frosting) and knows how to make it please let me know.  Never knew where their factory was. Didn't much care.  :-)
Twinwillow
Sirloin
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/08 01:19:23
WRIGHT-HOLDER

Hi Have you ever lived in Brooklyn, NY when the Dugan truck delivered?  if so please let me know.  thanks


I don't remember seeing a Dugan's truck until we moved from Brooklyn to Long Island (Rockville Center and then to Baldwin Harbor around 1949-50.
Twinwillow
Sirloin
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/08 01:20:47
GailBlackman

Dugans was Dugans   Not "intertwining anything.  Never heard of Interstate. Drakes was store bought-second rate items -still are in my opinion!
I'm glad all of you got so involved and excited about the Nostalgia...All I ever wanted when I posted the original query was a dupe-recipe for the icing on the Dugans Cup Cakes   Trucks not my interest.  Have Fun anyway and if anyone remembers the flat shiny vanilla or chocolate icing (not frosting) and knows how to make it please let me know.  Never knew where their factory was. Didn't much care.  :-)


Fine! 
David_NYC
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/08 15:06:51
GailBlackman

Dugans was Dugans   Not "intertwining anything.  Never heard of Interstate. Drakes was store bought-second rate items -still are in my opinion!
I'm glad all of you got so involved and excited about the Nostalgia...All I ever wanted when I posted the original query was a dupe-recipe for the icing on the Dugans Cup Cakes   Trucks not my interest.  Have Fun anyway and if anyone remembers the flat shiny vanilla or chocolate icing (not frosting) and knows how to make it please let me know.  Never knew where their factory was. Didn't much care.  :-)

I was replying to Wright-Holder's post, not yours. I think she was confusing Dugan's and Drake's in his/her mind. I knew people in my neighborhood who worked for Dugan's Bakery when I was growing up, and went to high school near Drake's Brooklyn bakery before the move to Wayne, NJ.
 
Frankly, I don't think any more of the Dugan's recipes are going to surface. The reason is that most of the people who worked at Dugan's are now DEAD. The last Dugan's bakery closed in 1966 with the bankruptcy of Noramco, and I don't it ever reopened after bankruptcy proceedings started.

This is primarily a site about restaurants and food prepared at home, not about recipes used by wholesale bakeries (and Dugan's was definitely a wholesale bakery.)
 
Even if some recipes were to surface, they might not taste the same since some of the ingredients, no doubt made for the commercial bakery market, may no longer be available.
 
You might find better advice for making a cup cake icing over at this cake forum:
http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-forums.html
 
 
MacTAC
Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/08 16:06:37
jesusluvsunme7

My Uncle Ben CELEBRATING HIS 100TH Birthday used to drive a Dugan's Truck
Does anyone know where I might find a picture of one to make a present for him???


I hope he will soon be celebrating his 101st. I just saw this today. Here's one...

http://www.stufforsale.com/hersh/352d.jpg

and another, sixth one down...

http://www.geocities.com/seojogden2/page2.html
GailBlackman
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/08 16:15:25
 Thanks for that other site tip . Actually found what I have been researching.  

GB
ken8038
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/08 17:12:46
<<On Staten Island we had Dugan's and Holterman's for baked goods>>

Holtermann's (two N's) is still around. They have about the best white bread (yes, white bread) I have ever had and it tastes nothing like the packaged cardboard you find in the supermarkets.  
GailBlackman
Junior Burger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/08 18:09:47
Can someone tell me what screen to go to so that I do not receive e-mail notification of all the postings on this FORUM...Not being anti-social -you are all very nice-too many e-mails


Thanks
David_NYC
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Dugans Bakery Truck 2009/06/08 19:12:22
GailBlackman

Can someone tell me what screen to go to so that I do not receive e-mail notification of all the postings on this FORUM...Not being anti-social -you are all very nice-too many e-mails


Thanks

OK,
 
1. Open another window with this thread by clicking:
http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?m=400659&high=
 
2. At the top of the page, just above the bar labeled Dugan's Bakery Truck, place your cursor over the box labeled "Message Options".  A drop down box with 5 choices will open. Move the cursor down to the middle option labeled "Remove Thread Subscription" and click on it. That should do it!
Boxcarbu
Junior Burger
Re:Dugans Bakery Truck 2010/09/01 11:45:59
I was a Dugan's driver. The truck was a 1947 Divco and you stood up to drive it!
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