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September 18, 1975

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OHA Statehood Day activities in honoring the memory of City will begin at deceased persons in the a.m. Saturday, Nov. 15, Oklahoma Hallof Fame, with will continue until 9 special recognition to those with a luncheon, a who have died during the a religious service past year. Mrs. George L. an open house schedul- Bowman. Kingfisher, is William H. Bell, presS- chairman of the project. of the Oklahoma A reception will be held at Association, an- 11:45 a.m. in the Crystal Room of the Skirvin Plaza, It begins with an Hour of with new Hall of Fame at St. Luke's inductees as special guests, list Church at 10 a.m., which will be followed by the SAVE MON the food you feed family fresh? You be more sure it is if follow these shopping ti storing suggestions. And may keep you from out money by out meat. EEP IT COLD! eration is essential product freshness. For keeping quality, should be stored at Ltures close to freez- 32 and 40OF. as soon as pos- after purchase; if it's too long in the car shopping, there's dan- of sl: IT FRESH! Look for packaged meats a freshness control An easy-to-read date, example, appears on the of prepackaged Oscar ~yer meat items, with a assuring the con- of full freshness seven hys beyond the date anaped if the meat is at" home at 40F. r below. b~SE [T PROMPTLY! Once the package is prepackaged meats as perishable as fresh and must be used a few days, regard- of the date stamped on label. STORAGE TIPS : *Vacuum-packaged prod- can be frozen for as 'il EY ON MEAT long as a month without noticeable change in flavor or texture, so long as the seal is not broken. Freezing causes the package film to become brittle, however, so special care should be taken with it. * When you buy pork sausage, freeze it, refreeze it, or keep it refrigerated at home. It should not be kept frozen longer than 30 days and it should be used within a few days of thawing. * Canned hams are less perishable than most hams because they are cooked in the sealed container to pas- teurization temperatures. Properly sealed and refrig- erated, canned hams will keep well beyond one year from date of manufacture. Freezing is not recommend- ed for canned hams be- cause texture and flavor are lost. If you make use of these shopping and storing sugges- tions, your meat budget may go farther toward feed- ing your family fresh food. one the tough 10 to 16-hp Ford lawn garden tractors. They're all to handle the big jobs. 100:10 hp--4-speed gear drive 120:12 MODEL 125:12 drive 145:14 drive BS: 16 drive hp--4-speed gear drive hp--automatic foot-operated hp--automatic foot-operated hp--automatic foot-operated All available with 42 or 50-inch rotary mowers, big acreage down to size. Check out all five soon to see which one you bestt And while you're at it, look over more than 60 attachments that are They can turn any of the Ford lawn tractors into a year-'round CLOSE OUT ON USED TRACTORS/EQUIPMENT )68 John Deere "3020" $5,000. 1973 John Deere "2010" $4,500. 1967 John Deere "1020" $2,500. Dovid Brown "880" $2,400. 19' Oliver Spring Tooth $750. Big Ox Chisel $500. Better ideas by the yard-all year 'round 177 South, P. O. Box 1127, Oklahoma 74074 BUSH HOG 405 -- 372-5305 the Jourmd, TUumday, September !s, 197s. s -~ "~ T II III I " " I Jl" n Oklahoma Statehood Dav and Thanksgiving Luncheon. Dr. ()die B. Faulk of OSU will be speaker for the luncehon. Luncheon tickets at $7.S0 each may be ordered from the Oklahoma Heritage Association. 201 N.W. 14. Oklahoma City. At 2 p.m. an open house will be held in d~e Oklahoma Heritage Center at 201 N.W. 14 St., with the family of Judge and Mrs. Robert A. Hefner and the 1975 honorees of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame as guests of honor. Mrs. Benjamin M. Turner. Oklahoma City. is chairman. At 5:55 p.ln. the doors will open for the Oklahoma Statehood Day Banquet, to be held in the hnperial Ballroom of the Skirvin Plaza. Dinner will be served as guests are seated. Because of a reaarange- ment of seating, a few more banquet seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis at $25 each from the Association. Popularity of the first Oklahoma State University engineering technology ex- tension sponsored course on how to maintain your own automobile has resulted in a scheduling of a second one, according to Owen Magrud- er. extension specialist I Engineering Course Magruder said the second course has been set for Sept. 30, Oct. 2, 7 and 9, from 7 to 10 p.m.. and will include those persons who were unable to begin with the first offering, plus others indicat- ing interest in the four-ses. sion course. Interested persons should Included in the course will write Owen Magruder, engi- be instructions and demon- neering technology exten- strations on automobilesion. Crutchfield ~lall, Okla- engine tuneup, emphasizing earburetion, ignition, eleetri- homa State University, Still- cal system and cooling,water, OK.. 74074, or Instructor will be Lyletelephone (405) 372-6211, Brewer. technician. Ext. 587 or 7691. |1 ALL OLDS MODELS IN STOCK I I __ II L_ I I 901 EAST SIXTH STORE HOURS: 9 AM TO 9 PM MON.-SAT. 1TO6PM SUNDAY PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SEPT. 20, 5:00 P'M" HURRY! QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED CLrANSDEEPSTAINS LEAVE$DENTURESOOOAFREE : ,o ,No,v,ws*~ o, ~,.sppto .,ite,i ol 96 COUNT DENTURE CLEANSER TABLETS PROTECTIVE SHAVE 7 OZ. CAN LIME, REGULAR, MENTHOL, SPECIAL 24 DAYTIME OR 18 OVERNIGHT e TOOTHPASTE 7 OZ. TUBE FABRIC SOFTENER 48 OUNCES JOHNSON WAX SPRAY FOAM RUG CLEANER 24 OZ. 17 WILKINSON 5 DOUBLE EDGE BLADES I l l Ill . ANTI-PERSPIRANT SPRAY 5 OZ. "OUCHLESS" I Illl I I I I Ill J _ PLASTIC BANDAGES L 80 COUNT II III I II I SELF STYLING HAIR SPRAY 13 OZ. CAN REGULAR, EXTRA OR ULTIMATE HOLDS @ CREME RINSE & CONDITIONER LEMON FRAGRANT 16 OZ. ...... |OTTLE SCOTT 40 SANITARY REGULAR OR SUPER DON'T THESE IN HOUSEWARES DEPT. DECOREL PICTURE FRAME ENTERPRISE ALUMINUM CO" ',ENTURY BAKEWARE ANDOVER MELAMIME EACH CHOOSE FROM t t 3/2x3/~-Sz7 t 3 3 x4 -8x10 ASSORTMENT CHOOSE FROM: 9" CAKE PAN I~O. 3039 8" CAKE PAN NO. 3038 SQ. CAKE PAN NO. 3022 LOAF P.4a'q NO. 3010 UTILITY PAN NO. 3000 KNIFE CAKE PAN NO. 16 PIECE SERVICE FOR FOUR 47 CHOOSE FROM ASSORTED PATTERNS IN A VARIETY OF COLORS i , I IIIII I ii ' I , I I II II IIIL I v