Reflections

Laura Bennett 85th Birthday Party
Saturday, July 17, 2010
Howard Johnson Inn, Gallup



Party Details

  Tucson Mini
Class of 1965 Reunion



Cheryl Phillips-Stewart - Chris Pitts-McDonald

Arizona Grandkids



Chris & Greg & Grandkids

2003 Christmas Concert with Guest Conductor Ronald Bowen











Charlotte Goodluck's
WRHS Class of 1965 60th Birthday Party
October 14, 2006





 

Natural Bridge/Blue Canyon Memories

A friend is someone who knows  the song in your heart, and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words.
Author Unknown  

 

Memories of November 22, 1963

Remember The Beatles

More Reflections

1950's  1960-62  1963-65  1966-69

1970  1974  Today

Special Awards
Bausch And Lomb
Honorary Science Medallion Award Winners

 
1958 Marvin A. Seal
1959 Thomas W. O'Kane
1960 Beverly J. Tabaha
1961 1962 Rudy Sells
1963 Melvin Blackgoat
1964 Terry Morey and Ronald Landbloom
1965 Patricia Mann
1966 Walter Seal
1967 1968 Rodger Works
1969 Michael Seal and Robert Beseth
1970 Dale Pierce
1971 John Works
1972 Deborah Greer
1973 Mike Sipe
1974 Lehamen Burrow Jr.
1975 Bonnie Tucker and Charles Seal
1976 Jens Jensen
1977 Shelly Farr
1978 Patricia Bigman

Defining Moments

Dave Tsosie, WRHS Class of 1973
Navajo Fried Bread Recipe

 

For all you social types, this is a staple for feasts after sweats, at Pow Wows, an Honor dinner or any cultural gathering. For us "Navajo" any occasion is perfect for Fried Bread and mutton stew. Ingredients:

6 cups unbleached flour
2 1/2 tsp. baking powder
1 Tsp. Salt
"Warm" water (you can never tell the exact amount, just add small amounts until dough is soft and elastic ) probably about 2 cups
1 Ĺ to 2 cups cooking oil for frying.

Makes five to ten servings depending on size of rounds you make.

Preparation:

Sift or stir the flour, salt, and baking powder together in a bowl. Add "warm" water to this mixture in small amounts and stir until all the dry ingredients are mixed well. Put oil on your hands; remove dough from bowl and knead on wax paper or a clean counter until dough is smooth, soft and elastic. When dough is smooth and soft place back into the bowl. Pinch off small amounts of dough and roll into 1-1/2 in. balls. In an 8-in. deep saucepan or deep fryer begin heating the oil or grease until it is very hot. Add enough oil/grease so the dough can deep fry. To test oil to see if itís hot enough, drop pea size pieces of dough into the hot oil. If they burn and char instantly, the oil is too hot, reduce heat gradually until pieces become golden brown in about 10 seconds. Flatten the dough between the palms of your hands and pull the dough at its edges until you have small 6-in. circles or if youíre an expert like myself, you can clap them out. Option: With a rolling pin, roll out dough on wax paper into 6" round circles. Make pieces 1/4 in. thick or about 1/2 in. thick if you like thick fry bread. Poke a hole in the middle of the dough before you fry it. Drop circles (carefully not to splash hot oil) into the hot oil until golden brown, then turn over with a long fork until golden brown on the other side as well. Place fried bread standing on its edge on a brown paper bag or paper towels to drain excess oil.

Serve warm. For a tasty treat, sprinkle cooked fry bread with sugar, or spread with butter, honey, jam or jelly.

Other serving suggestions:

Fried Bread as a bed for Indian Tacos.
Best when served with fresh mutton stew and cowboy coffee (boiled over an open fire pit).


Nostalgic Movies
(Nostalgia is defined by Webster's Dictionary as a wistful and sentimental longing for
places, things, acquaintances or conditions belonging to the past.
These movies might provide memories and experiences from your past.)




The Big Chill
Hoosiers
Remember the Titans
Peggy Sue Got Married
Last of the Dogmen
Dances With Wolves
American Graffiti
Pretty In Pink
The Breakfast Club
Mr. Holland's Opus
Cool Hand Luke

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