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Henryetta Daily Free-Lance from Henryetta, Oklahoma • 3

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Henryetta, Oklahoma
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WWW4 ree Lanee Tsesday Jtily 1873 Page 3 plays Curly I Rebekahs Wendell Phillips 1852 Hawaiian beef is good summer dish THE I AMERICA SUPPORT Sponsored By The ollowing Individuals And Business irms 10:00 PM MHUtUMK 4 A thought for the day: American author Elbert Hub bard said you work for a man in name work for LITTLE SHOP HORRORS party He hired one of double decker I meet at Tech in PREVIEW RIDAY 13 The free Beltone Service Center will be held on Wed July 11 at the Georgian Hotel from 9:00 am to 12 noon In home appointments can be made by calling Beltone on that day at 652 4424 DAILY REE LANCE Okmulgee County's afternoon newspaper Phones 652 3311 and 756 located in food Stores on the mainland Hawaiian Beef Sapper 2 pounds boneless beef chuck cut into 14 inch cubes 1 tablespoon shortening 4 cup onion chopped 1 clove garlic minced 1 teaspoon salt 4 teaspoon ginger optional 1 can '(1 lb 44 oz) pineapple ehurks Water 1 beef Bouillon cube 4 cup packed) brown sugar 4 cup vinegar 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1 tablespoon molasses 1 package (9 os) cut green beans cooked and drained 2 bananas cut into inch slices 2 tablespoons honey 4 cup toasted coconut Brown beef cubes in shor tening Add onion garlic salt and ginger code slowly until onion is tender Drain pineapple save syrup Add water as needed to syrup to make 2 cups liquid Add 4 cup liquid to meat Cover' cook meat slowly until fork tender about 2 hours Combine remaining 14 cups liquid bouillon cube sugar vinegar cornstarch and molasses in small saucepan mix Cook stirring constantly until thickened Arrange meat in mounds on opposite sides of large flame proof serving dish Arrange green beans and pineapple between meat mounds Drizzle sauce over meat pineapple and beans Cover and heat 10 to 15 minutes Dip banana slices in honey and roll in coconut add to serving dish and heat through about 5 minutes Yield 6 servings Serve with Hawaiian ruit Juice Salted Macademia Nuts Hot Buttered Rice Minced Salad Green with Avocado and Grapefruit Section Orange or Honey Pouring Dressing and Chilled Melon or reeze Ahead Chocolate Parfaits Indifference can corrode our strength be CONCERNED AMERI CANS and eliminate the weak links! Although a chain may be made up of many strong links one weak link can render the whole chain use less' Mr and Mrs Bill Neavill Kim and Jim of Quincy Washington were recent house guests of his aunt Mrs Elsie Peters 812 Cum mings The family came to Henryetta for the Wilson School reunion where Bill graduated with the class ot 1954 While here they visited the Davis Gun Collection and Will Rogers Museum in Claremore and the national office in Tulsa of the ow chich Neavill is a Senator They visited in the homes of Mr and Mrs Ray West and Mr and Mrs Jack West The American people are the links which consti tute the strength of our nation Apathy deterior ates the links causing them to become weak Strength is derived from positive attitudes and positive action In order to bind our country together more securely we must reinforce the weak links by remaining alert to the de batable issues which threaten our national security If we observe a course of action which may become detrimental to our sys tem and do nothing to alter that course we are taking the first step in becoming passive Americans CARL STECKELBERG AGENCY' Insurance and Real Estate 110 South ourth Henryetta Phone 652 7272 MRS SIMS HAS GUESTS Mrs Jim Sims 503 Tenth had as recent guests her granddaughter Mrs Bill Barella and children Teresa and Tony and Mrs mother in law Mrs Mary Barella all of Santa Rosa California Also visiting were Mrs Art Jacqumain and daughter Cindy of Saginar Michigan uwarisna 'Charles Bronson has ths rola af his career! boston globe Summer lota will meet in Okmulgee At 7:30 pm the Auxiliary to the Okmulgee will meet at the At 7:30 pm the Okmulgee Auxiliary to Post 1189 willfrieet At 7:30 pm the Henryetta Rebekah Lodge will meet at the IOO Hall WEDNESDAY At noon the aculty Club will Oklahoma State Okmulgee At 1:30 pm Chapter of PEO win meet In Okmulgee Our priceless heritage embodied in the flag of the United States is as alive today aa it was when written for the ages in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution It stands for all the world to see and for all Americans to cherish And inthe tradition of Washington Jeffer non and Hamilton we too have a privilege a right nd a duty While we may disagree as to the methods we should not disagree as to the goal that of preserving the greatest democratic society the world has ever known Our Sag is a symbol not of senti ment but of history the history of men and women willing to live and die for it Surely this willingness is with us still because daily we expe rience more of the blessings tnat are ours because we are Americans 4 AU tickets 1M BLAINE PPG INDUSTRIES INC Works 10 Henryetta plant East of City Phone 652 3371 The Malachi OTASCO Your Home of Better Values 511 West BLAINE THEATER for fine movie en Main Henryetta Okla Phone 652 3303 tertatament 225 West Main Henryetta Phone 652 8783 IRST NATIONAL BANK 4th and Trudgeon Henryetta Phone 652 4456 The bank that puts STUBBS GMC TRUCKS The Truck Center for people first Eastern Oklahoma 1501 West Main Henryetta Phone 652 4487 CHAMBER COMMERCE Chamber of Commerce Makes Things Happen" Henryetta Oklahoma Phone 652 4361 jH LITTLE MISS Leyah Ann Smock is the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Bill Smock Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Carl Baggs and Mr and Mrs Bob Barnett At 2 the Okmulgee American Legion Auxiliary will meet At 6: 15 pm the Henryetta 5 irst United Methodist Oiurch choir will visit local nursing homes At 7:30 pm the chancel choir of the Henryetta irstiristian Church will meet for rehearsal At 8 pm the adult choir of the Henryetta irst Baptist Church wiU rehearse THURSDAY At 7 pm the OkmulvM Rebekah Lodge will meet at I the IOO Hall I 'RIDAY At 2 pm the Henrvefta the ER Club will meet the Jolly Time Club will meet in Okmulgee were Mr and Mrs Phillip BARNSLEY England Brokfield Keith Kim and (LPI) Dick Wilson solved Michelle Midwest City Mr the of getting the 70 and Mrs Jackson and 8ljwts to his pre marital stag Marilyn Henryetta Mrs Elsie Peters Henryetta pidyB VliriV TUESDAY 1 At 7:30 pin the Delta Bob Shoun son o( Mr and Chaptar ot Beta Sigma Phi Mrs Joe Shoun job will meet in Okmulgee Gentry Henryetta is ap At 7:30 pm Beta Sigma pearing In two of the four Exemplar Chapter Alpha productions of Theatre at Kansas State College of Pittsburg Each production is presented twice a week with presentations ending July 23 Mr Shoun can be seen as Curly in OKLAHOMA and as Pop in GYPSY Americans on the mainland enjoy many of the pork dishes native to Hawaii but our Hawaiian neighbors also have a way with beef Hawaiian beef supper is Just such a dish tretty and gay it's par ticularly fine food for spring and summer days Hawaiian beef supper is a tempting meal in a dtah Served in a Chinese wok or a targe shallow casserole it makes a beauty of a dinner fine for buffet supper parties of family meals 1 Arrange generous chunks of' hot cooked fork tender beef in a serving dish along with cooked green beans and pineapple chunks Top with a sparking tart sweet sour sauce Roll big slices of banana in honey and toasted coconut Heat ith the other ingredients and the dish is ready for serving Why not have an islands party? easy and great fun Table decorations plastic or paper' leis muumuus and aloha shirts are read available in department or party stores in most cities Here's a menu that calls for Islands type food easily SERVICE CENTER OPEN TO ALL HEARING AID USERS Tulsa 'A free service center for all hearing aid wearers in the Henryetta area has been announced by BELTONE HEARING SERVICE TULSA Services offered offered will include cleaning of the aid and checking for possible loose connections or othermalfunctions vigilance is the Price of NEW'S INTEREST TO WOMEN CATHY ROBERTSON Womens Editor have party Members of the Henryetta Rebekah Lodge met recently in the IOO Hall for a business meeting and birthday party Noble Grand lorence Ditzler presided over the business meeting which opened with the flag salute and national anthem Chaplain Ina Gaston gave the opening prayer It was announced that Berdell Gunter's husband had been admitted to a Tulsa hospital After the business meeting closed members adjourned to the dining hall for a birthday party for members with games and refreshments Those present included one guest Jettie Cox and the following members: Ina Gaston Leah Bissett Eleanor Kerr Wilma Lollie Maggie Wooley Joann Howe Mabel Wilhelm Marie Short Lora Maghe Verna Butler lorence Ditzler Margaret Ingram Georgia Kelly Betty Allen Christina Glenn Gladys Ledbetter Allene Butler and Sylvia Clement PEOPLE in the news PARENTS HONOR KAY RANCIS SMITH Kay rancis Smith was guest of honor at a birthday party in the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Smith recently Those sen ding gifts but unable to be present were Mr and Mrs Smith Vian Mr and Mrs Arthur Cox of Henry etta Mr and Mrs Ralph Van Meter Henryetta Ed Gilmore Henryetta Mr aand Mrs Carl Westbrook Henryetta Mr and Mrs Garence Hatley Henryetta and Mr and Mrs James Demmitt erf Leuna MOMiMMTVmmm nnmiramH ADMISSION SI 00 NO CHILDREN PLEASE eature Nightly 7:38 BLAINE Tulsa The agenda also included fishing at Lake Eufaula and a fish fry in the home of Mr and Mrs Lee Billbe Route 1 They also attended a get uigeuier witn scnooi mends Mr and Mrs Jake Mon tgomery and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Billbe The Neavills were guests of honor at a dinner in the home of his aunt Mr John RhnHo and Clinton Others present PROBLEM SOLVED Bill Neavills visit 8ob Shoun Social Calcitdar with Mrs Peters NOW SHOWING la'Tha Valaahi A Ar A a A St Wm I 'I 4 weak Panan' asiniu i Iw Erilathar? 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