The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on February 10, 1971 · Page 15
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The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma · Page 15

Lawton, Oklahoma
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Wednesday, February 10, 1971
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Earl Of Sandwich Inspired Creations THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION/ Wednesday, February 10, 1971 15 By EDITH VANOCUR The Washington Post W A S H I N G T O N - T h e Fourth Earl of Sandwich was immortalized in "The Beggar's Opera." His administration of the British Navy was known · to be corrupt. He was First Lord of the Admiralty. The · Sandwich Islands are named ; after him. He is a household word. Not for any of the above, reasons, but because -he liked Ms meat between, two pieces"! of bread and so invented the sandmen. · · The word 'Spread fast. In 1730, Bakers in Germany baked a loaf of bread for a sand-' wich so large that several pairs of horses had to be used to transport it from the bakery to -its destination. The . recipe included 3,600 eggs and 126 pails of milk.'. A 20-foot- long knife was-used to cut it. The sausage for the filling was equally enormous. It was so long that it had to be coiled, like a garden hose, over and over -a gigantic pole. A tiny, dainty sandwich was introduced in "England when the fashionable dinner hour was moved to later in the day. This' 'sandwich was to allay hunger and tide over the appetite' until' dinner. This interim meal was known as tea, Mrs. Beeton, in her ; worJd famous "House-Hold 1 Management" makes a ; point of saying that if sandwiches-'are- picked up with glbved--fingers,-. they must'be left, plain on the'-:' outside! · . . .:· . . -,,v. I. like mine "finger-licking: good" with so. much, filling- that a towel instead of a napkin would seem a good idea:. Bread makes a .difference. For instance, if you use while bread for half your sandwiches" and dark bread for the. other and.then cut your sandwiches .'in quarters, you .could-put alternate colors on a .tray and simulate a chessboard. .-Use two or three chess figures to decorate. English muffins make a good and convenient sandwich. Convenient-,'because, the shape is that of -bologna ·· and other sausages and- cheeses. The flat Middle Eastern Bread ."Sahara" is one of my favorites. But one of my most successful sandwiches is a six-foot' submarine'.' "·'.' !.-'- · . THE SIX-FOOT, SUBMARINE : Cut one hee) -je'ach '·.."oil . : two loaves' ;6rFrench : ;7bread.''and both . heels/ qff::as^many;addi : ' . tional loay'es''of. : .bread^s'i'ec- ; essary '·' to" make, ; , l ,d';'.''s-foot ; . sandwich. .Lay 'end-io'endcorfe ; hoarder ]^ble:artd.;cut:th.rpugh'' the. center; ."H6Uowi/but' : Vas.- much as possibleVjSpreai-mayv' onnaise/.ori 'one -iialf : and", jiiust-. aid on', the .other: .^ut',..tne.;lel:-;; tuce -leaves '.6n.'rthe'.-.":mayon-;, naise and '·slices'i.'df-stp'inatq'es: on. the .mustard::;^dd.''a;.''lay"er; of .sliced'; ham .to ; ; tlie^ lettuce!Next ' a"dd'.'a- ; ·"layer;!, "of ; 'sw cheese^arid ';a: layerrVqf .' ' - ' ' ' : with coarse salt on the outside/)-".- :. SAHARA BUEGERS . , . onion ririgs:'and..slices-;6fLhard-:. boiled eggs: : Tpp" -with" sardiries and anchovies!- Close tne's'and-! vach^into^seryingi-.pbiS. tions. Suriday..lunch!;was!jieyer,' 'better! ··'.'·f '-·!'·'· ·'.·'· A'-''^ ,-"'. '· " ., . Make i 'the.'.sandwich' i .above. with salt sticks^b'ut-.pmit. salty . fillings ^like anchovies;.' (Salt: sticks are rolls in' the. shape ' of French bfeapv;the!vsiz~e '..-of ; a hot dog roll, and; : . very. crusty :' Where The The.Past P r e s i d e n t s ' Square Dance- Gub held a dance in Hie Comanche County Fairgrounds building re- · cently. Guest callers were Mr. and Mrs. Shelley Coon, Mountain View;. Bill Cheatham, Fort Cobb, and Orville Andrews, Charles Xannore, C h u c k Skaggs, Pete Campbell, Bill Wright and Paul Tate, Lawton. struction will be directed by Mrs. Jeff Brown.-- UNITY KEBEKAH Lodge No. 121 met recently in the IOOF Hall with Mrs. E. N. Eblen and Mrs. Alma Wyatt as hostesses. Mrs. 0. Huggins, noble grand, and Mrs. Montie Bryant, vice grand, presided. Mrs. Joe-Marks asked all members to be present for the next meeting when the practice for the school of in- Rep. Don Davis spoke, at Hie Founders' Day event held by Cleveland .Elementary School PTA recently in the school auditorium. George Stuever, principal, presided during the event. WIG CLEARANCE SALE SAVE 50% to 60% Dutch Boys Synthetic or Human Hair Reg. S25.00 o $Q from ·^^J 95 KANEKALON ? c i WASH WEAR STRETCH WIG 7 100% Human Hair WIG Reg. $20.00 PUSH UP WIRE BASE WIGLETS 4-oz. of Beautiful Long Ilair Reg. $1.00 WIG c HEAD Beg. KM WIG QOc BRUSH 70 WIG FASHION a 606 LEE i NEXT DOOR TO MAC'S GROCERY IN THE MAC'S SHOPPING CENTER. PHONE 353-2520 Mrs. WV G. Harris presided during a 'recent meeting of the American " Legion Auxiliary Past Presidents' Parley held in her home. Mrs. Pat Shuman reported that several items Had been donated to the .Comanche County Center for Handicapped Children. The group voted to-make lap robes for residents of a nursing home. ..;. .l^-'liii'-hamburger meat .. V : 'ismall;'onion . ;:'..! ctoVe;-garlic'.'. --: '·:·-' 1 -teaspoon, sausage season- '!-··.'-Combineingredients, except L -:the taeat,.'.in-:a'-:-blender. Blend j;'.until.-liquefied':.-Pour into' a '.··bowl.arid'Tnix.'into" the meat. ^.Shape"-'into;,one.'patty, some- ··:what-larger.'.ih'an the Sahara ','Bread, to-allow;., for. shrinkaga. :;;;'.w.puld any other I'Ti'ajrib'ur'ger. S'ewe in toasted 'y Sahara --''Bread. · Cut ' into ;.'· wedges.;'- . ;'"!' · .'· NICK'S: PHONEY BOLOGNA; :ON A MUFFIN. SERVES ONE ':··'· 3 slices..bologna · · . . . · ..·. 2 'slices round mozzarella, cheese;- ·.;': '·-.'.-. · 1 rnuffin.-'ipasted; Fry"the..bologna in a nonstick pan for-two or three minutes. Turn i'and '.put a slice of cheese on two .of the slices of sausage: 'Cook: until cheese ·has: melted; two or three min-. .utes'. 'Assemble, so that there are/alternate.layers of bologna and cheese in the muffinr-'' . "Whoever said that a sandwich had to be flat? SANDWICH CUPS: i . Thin,- .or diet sliced bread, cut into 3-ihch-circles. : ; butter': .v ':'*..' ··· :..*;' cole slaw ' . . , ". : salami.. .(not too. hard .and about 2, diameter) . Butter the bread on both sides. Place in a muffin tin and bake .at 350-degrees, until golden brown, about 8 minutes. Fill with a teaspoon of cole slaw and top with a slice of hot tried salami Decorate your sandwich platter with fried parsley. fried parsley: cooking oil Wash and thoroughly dry parsley. Cut off any heavy stems. Heat oil to very hot. Fry 2 or 3 sprigs of parsley at a time. Takes only moments to cook, and is done when parsley darkens and is crisp. Drain and sprinkle with salt \Jror... Gweri Fisher,.Editor We see it in the . \j VANITY FAIR, Crystal Cube... a long and lovely, fashion.. ; future for you. . . . Fortravel-orat home, a long sweep of a nylon tricot robe'in irresistible color . combinations. PS,'M ; L, $20. ;" . VALENTINE DAY-Sun. Feb. 14th 402 "C" -Ayenut Downtown '.Cache-.'Road Square Shoppinfl/Centtr ; WINNER--- Miss Debbie J. Mantooth, . daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Joe Mantoplh, 1812 Lincoln, who serves: as-president of-the Future nomcmak- eis-'-'-of America "at iXawton High" School, has: been named LHS Homemaker of Tomorrow. ' · . . : · · HOMEMAKER -- Miss Joy .Harper, daughter of Mr.- and Mrs. Elmo Harper, 2620. Cor-, nell Ave., was named Homemaker of Tomorrow at.-Elsen- hower High School She Is a senior. Bank Meets Needs Confronting Women By EMMA LIVINGSTONE RICHMOND. Va. (AP) -Mrs. Henry W: Black probablyj^ omen sees more door mats in one ' year than she does deposit slips. As assistant, market officer 'or the United Virginia Bank- State Planters, -Gloria B. Black las a comfortable office on East Main Street, .but she spends very little time in it. Each year Mrs. Black'maJces more than 1,000 calls visiting and welcoming newcomers to Richmond and helping young rides understand family finance. "I give new families literature about Richmond, I show them how to Ond their way around, tell them about shopping centers, bank' locations, schools and where to get referrals to doctors and dentists in their area. "The personal contact and my I interest is welcome to the women I've found, and it gives them : an excuse to stop work and rest a bit," said Mrs. Black who was a stranger here 13 years ago, In the Richmond area, only two banks have separate pro- · grams specifically designed to [meet the needs of its women ! staff members and customers. ! Since 1966, Miss Daphne Lowell Dailey, a vice president of The Bank of Virginia, has been responsible for its statewide Women's Department Although the potential buying power of women has long been acknowledged by business and 'industry, actual facts and fig- lures are hard to find. In an article written for the "Bank Marketing Management" Magazine, Miss Dailey estimates the increase in population will put more women into the job mar- 'kel. ' . . . The country also will 'be an "urbanized nation of better educated young, affluent, mobile people ' with changing family tastes, new standards and buying habits," she wrote in the publication geared for bank management. "Finance is a woman's world !too," said Miss Dailey. "Women [are important as personnel,, as customers, as stock, holders .(in (the banking group.system) and as friends among . community leaders." Miss Dailey works with-marketing, operations and personnel departments to create programs to make bank information available to both women: staff- and customers. She also worKs on the presentation of special pro-, grams of interest to Richmond Saturday semi- one-day seminars for women, mini-forums and money talks designed to teach money management to young women and the home calling program. In the Home Calling Program, the bank -hires young married women who are former employees to visit housewives to explain the services offered to them, "Our program started out as an experiment," said Mrs. Black, who was a utility teller when she was called in to work with marketing. officers to set up the program. LOOKING FORWARD TO SPR1WG .pastel pants and novetty woven pottam lop- accented with a long fashion tie. TO096 potyesttr shuns wrinkles and keeps te-beanttfui shape. Aqw, Coral or Green. Mize Modes Style. 2600-Sizes 8-20 Mize Modes Style 2900-Sizes 38-46 Meda Moon Style 2901 -Sizes 121/2-26 Vi Many other styles to choose from. DEPARTMENT STORE Music Played For Chapter "Let the' 'Music Swell the Breeze" was the program presented at a recent meeting. of Chapter BY, P.E.O. Sisterhood, held in the McMahon'!'Founds- tion, -716 C, with "Mrs.' 1'. R: Stewart as hostess.. : The musical program .was presented by.:Jim;Ed Stewar^ son- of the hostess.; He^playecl and sang a variety, of popular music .illustrating American mu'- ; sic from Stephen.Foster, to sudi. .modern' v composers- :-,asJ- Biirt I:, Bacharach. Stewart played : sey-. eral keyboard instruments; with; various .accompaniments!.'!, .?;.;.;; : Mrs. Mary/ Hester, ':-sjster.'.ipt the hostess, was a.special-guest; The tea.. table; /was /centered with a Valentine'arrangement of pink and red roses;",Mrs. ;B'.; A. : Allen Jr.,- president,^seryedjjcqf-j ·fec^from!amantique;iii]yet{.cbffee; urn.': -' . '.'-,: ·'".·',··'' /· '-'·'·' ·'·'" Plenty of Free Parking 38th and Cache Road 353-5702 LIBERTY CIRCLE GIVES AMERICAIV WOMEN WHAT THEY WAJVT ;.: A Three-piece WeekenderJfbr^O.W . , ; , : ;,-'.^ t " J _ In Sizes 8 to 4. \yonderfurstyles-aad;All : ."an:New Spring-1-ishades Use'r.Yon'r Parisian Cache Road Square , Charge Account-; ~

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