The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 14.11.1980, Blaðsíða 1

The White Falcon - 14.11.1980, Blaðsíða 1
WEEKLY NOVEMBER 14-21 ENTERTAINMENT SUPPLEMENT ENLISTED DINING TODAY LUNCH: Chicken noodle soup, fried Icelandic fish, pork slices Mexicans, rice, beets and scalloped corn. DINNER: Tomato vegetable soup, Newport-fried chicken, chicken gravy, stuffed franks, rice, corn bread dressing and green peas. SATURDAY BREAKFAST: Assorted fruit, assorted fruit juice, fried eggs to order, broiled bacon slices, grill- ed sausage patties, grilled luncheon meat, hash browns, hominy grits and grilled hot cakes. BRUNCH: In addition to breakfast items: Tomato rice soup, grilled cheese sandwiches, and French fried potatoes. DINNER: Baked lasagna, spaghetti, meat sauce, assorted pizza, broccoli and garlic bread. SUNDAY BREAKFAST: Assorted fruit, assorted fruit juice, fried eggs to order, tomato and cheese omelets, broiled bacon slices, broiled sausage links, grilled ham slices, fried potatoes and French toast. ^^RUNCl ^^BKne: UNCH: In addition to breakfast items: ing soup, Coney Island burgers and to chips. ;R; Creole soup, roast pork ham, brown gravy, baked potatoes, sour cream and mixed vegetables. MONDAY LUNCH; Doubly good soup, stuffed green peppers, beef stew, egg noodles, tossed green rice, peas, carrots and biscuits. DINNER: Minestrone snip, beef Suklyakl, tuna casserole, rice, Brussels sprouts and collard greens. TUESDAY LUNCH; Tomato soup, sliced Tom turkey, brown gravy, barbecued sparerlbs, potatoes, bread dressing, broccoli and beets. DINNER: Cream of potato soup, fried Icelandic fish, Mexican pork chops topped with sauce, potatoes, pinto beans and mustard greens. WEDNESDAY LUNCH: Split pea soup, Southern-fried chicken, rice, potatoes, beans and Creole squash. DINNER; Vegetable soup, New England boiled dinner, corned beef, boiled potatoes.and carrots, boiled cabbage and onions. THURSDAY LUNCH: French onion soup, Swiss steaks with tomato sauce, turkey scallops, macaroni and cheese, green peas and cauliflower. •I b E: Chicken noodle soup, baked beef loaf. gravy, baked ham, pineapple & raisin potatoes on the half shell, succotash brussel sprouts. uso SATURDAY—GO to the PTO carnival, play USO Tic Tac Toe, meet MZ USO and the elusive snow snake. Then go to the Fish Fry. TUESDAY—New York Day! Anyone with I.D. from New York has dinner "on the house." WEDNESDAY—Mickey Mouse's Birthday celebration. If it's your birthday too, there's a birthday present for you at the USO. THURSDAY —World "Hello" Day. Come to the USO and say "Hello" to five people you've never spoken to before—it'll brighten everyone's day. SATURDAY—Tacos all day and fish fry until? YOUTH CENTER SATURDAY—The Youth Center is open 1 to 6 p.m. for youth ages six through 12 and 1 to 11 p.m. for grades seven through age 19. A Teen and Parents Open House will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. Parents are welcome to come and enjoy with their children. The Youth Center still needs youth interested in caroling with the Youth Center at Christmas. SUNDAY—The Youth Center is open from 1 to 9 p.m. for youth grades seven through age 19. MONDAY—Ladies Morning Exercise meets from 9 to 10 a.m. Ladies Evening Sllmnastics meets from 6 to 7 p.m. There are openings in each class. Also Arts and Crafts and "Challenge the Champ" are available for grades five and six. TUESDAY—The Center will open at 1 p.m.. "Major League Basketball" begins at 6 p.m. at the A.T. Mahan Lower School gym. WEDNESDAY—Fifth and sixth graders will partici- pate in a "Foose Ball" tournament. A variety of floor games are on the agenda for kindergarten through grade two. THURSDAY—A Helicopter Field Trip is planned for fifth and sixth graders. Kiddie game will be played at 3:30 p.m. and Ladles Adult Sllmnastics meet from 6 to 7 p.m. FRIDAY—Free movies will go on from 3:15 to 5 p.m. Teens are invited to a DIbco Dance from 7 to 11 p.m. HOBBY CENTER Color portraits are now available through the Hobby Crafts Center. Beginning and advanced pot- tery classes will be taught at the Ceramic Shop. The class will start at 1:30 p.m. Beginning ceramic painting classes are being held at the ceramics shop. For further information or reser- vations for classes contact the Hobby Sales Store at 6191. ICE a FIRE The Ice and Fire Theatre Group will present the melodrama "Wild and Wooly West," a recrea- tion of the gay 1890's complete with a hero, a villain, a heroine, anti-heroine cowboys, Indians, honky-tonk music and lots of cheers and boos. Performances begin November 21 at Rockville; November 22 at the O'Club; the Glacier Hut on November 23 and the Windbreaker on the 24th. The show begins with dinner at 7 p.m., except at the O'Club, where dinner begins at 7:30 p.m. After dinner, the fun begins! The cost for dinner and a performance of "Wild and Wooly Weet" by the Ice and Fire group is $6. Tickets are available at any club. CLUB SPECIALS O'CLUB: Saturday—Special OWC luncheon. Tuesday —Snitzel special in the Casual Bar. Wednesday —International night in the wardroom featuring "Icelandic Dinner." Thursday—KIWANIS. Friday —57th and CommFalrKef hail & bless. TOP OF THE ROCK: Today—Live band at 9 p.m. Saturday—Disco at 9 p.m. Sunday—Country and Western at 8:30 p.m. Monday—Rock music at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday—Soul music at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday —Rock music at 9 p.m. Friday—Live band at 9 p.m. Christmas is coming Christmas Is just around the corner. The Navy Exchange is stocking Christmas decorations on the second floor In Toyland for all of you who are planning your decorations now. (Photo by J02 Fisher)


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