The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 7, 1960 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 7, 1960
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Bmospor t and Brazoria, County, Texas, ., . December /1060 •»- - - •-- . . * THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Page 3 PEMVEYlS Pennoy's is ready for Christmas! For important Christmas savings... Penney's is your Santa OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENING UNTIL 7:30 PM FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE FREE GIFT WRAP FOR ALL CHRISTMAS GIFTS THE PENNEY PLUS...Lasting Beauty Built on Qualify Pretty! Warm, Hand Washable! What more luxurious Christmas wrapping than our nylon quilt*(cotton fill), she'll wear for many Christmases to come. Shimmering nylon taffeta lining, nylon satin; bow. Red, aqua, pink, toast, rose, [maize, french, frost blue. Sizes 10 to 18. PENNEY PLUS VALUE! 1 GIFT ENSEMBLE TO HER FEMININE TASTE Double mefuure of fashion for " hnurj in nylon tricot, nil lovely with nylon lace, shirring. Blue, pink, rose, lilac, peach, white, Stores 32 to 10. 95 THE PENNEY PLUS fashion news at important savings PENNEYS NYLON SATIN TRICOT LINGERIE .BEAUTY BUY IN BULK HEAVY ORLON CARDIGAN . ^ . 95 WOMENS PILE LINED VINYL Jackets boxed for flflhtf : CTSf* uu size* 8 to 16 • Practical wipe-off plastic • Lined with warm Orion Pile • Complete with Hood • Has the look of Leather • Big Penney Value WOMENS BUNNY FUR TRIM WARM SLIPPERS V.uMENS WOOL AND ORLON % FALL SKIRTS • Solids and Plaids • Hand Washable • Some Proportioned Lengths • Sizes 10 to 18 $ 98 Beautiful stay up atohile slippers, in smooth pastel leathers. Fluffy bunny fur collars them beautifully. Softest soles. Wonderfully warm. PENNEY'S FAMOUS Super Suede Automatic BLANKET $' single control double bed size Dials perfect comfort—one of the finest thermostatlc circuits made! Two-year replacement guarantee. Blue, flame, peacock, pink, green, beige. full slip half slip PENNEY PLUS VALUE Nylon SATIN tricot . . . with thick, creamy gleam . . . true luxury,-yet every whit practical—washes with iron-snubbing ease. Tagged with our own Adonna label. White, pink, beige, black or red, knee-deep in nylon lace net. Sizes 32 to 40, proportioned in tall, medium or short lengths. . Everyone who's ever owned one vows — 'one i is big and beauitful enough to backbone your ! wardrobe! Wear it often as a little coat with . as many things, for as many occasions! Ours, I handsomely knit with a heavy rih is bulky ,, 100 To virgin orlon. Hand washes, white, purple, •"• "old. ereen. b'—'- - •«•! Siws 32 to V.. '..<W J GIFT GAYMODES FOR THE IMPORTANT GIRLS IN YOUR LIFE Quality tailored . . . made In finest hosiery mills of finest nylon ynrns, Nationnllv frimou^ o*ir own famous Brand favored by more women in America for their quality wear. Dress and business sheers ... A complete wardrobe of seamless, full fas- C New beige, fashion shades. Sizes 8V<: to 11. PAIR V DREAM CARE! DREAM SOFT! COTTON CHALLIS Pink, blue or lilac with looping embroidery and shirred yoka trim. P.J. size 32 to '48, waltz gown and baby doll small, me-, dium, large. Machine wash, no ironing 1 198 Each NOW YOU CAN CHARGE IT AND ENJOY PENNEY'S IOW PRICES, TOO! MISS BARBARA ANN BROUSE of Angleton ii lh» bride-eleci of A/2C Wiley P. Smith, her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mri. R. L. Lutes of Liverpool anno u n c e. Th« prospective grcom ji the ion of Mr. and Mri. Bert Smith of Port Arthur, A Christmas wedding is planned in Denver where the groom-elect is stationed. Airman Smith was formerly employed by Dow Badische in Freepori, Grace Table With Honey Glazed Food In the fall when cooler weather demands more substantial cooked vegetables for the dinner-time menu, grace your table with golden honey-glazed carrots and other honey-glazed vegetables. The aroma and flavor in addition to the rich natural color ol vegetables gleaming with honey- glaze will tempt the appetites ol all who gather at your family dinner. Honey-glaze has so many advantages. Honey will add nourishment to the already vitamin-rieh vegetables, lor honey has its own vitamin and mineral values, and its sugars afford quick energy without taxing the digestive system. Honey is tasy to keep, since I it needs no refrigeration to maintain its top quality. Honey is economical, because like all staples it has many uses — use it -also, for example to glaze the meat on ; the dinner irenu. j Try these suggestions for honey- j glazed vegetables that the family . | will want often. ; - ' '-•' CITKUS HONEY CARROTS 1 bunch carrots Salt ...-•• i : , ii cup melteS butter - . t i*'*" '/I cup honey ' ' 1H teaspoons grated orange peel 1H teaspoons grated lemon peel Wash and scrape carrots; cook in one inch of boiling salted water . [until crispy-tender, about 15 to 20 minutes. Drain. Blend melted butter, honey and citrus peels. ' | Pour over c j o k e d carrots and I place over low heat until carrots ; are thoroughly glazed. Makes lour . | servings. HONEV CRUSTED YAMS 6 medium-sized sweet potatoes, boiled ^ I \« cup honey, warmed I 2 tablespoons butter I I 1 ,* teaspoons salt 1 cup crushed corn flakes Cut potatoes in two-inch slices dip in honey, then in salted corn flakes. Place in a greased baking pan, dot with butter and bake In a hot oven (400 degrees F.) for 30 minutes or until brown. ;, Serves 6. ! GLAZED ONIONS ' Cook small white orbns or car- i rois in Doiiing sailed water about |20 to 30 minutes, or until tender. I Drain. Let stand a few minutes j o dry. I Melt four tablespoons butter in | pan. Add }i cup honey. When ' jwell blended, add onions or carrots and cook slowly until brown!ed and well glazed. Turn vege- j tables occasionally for an even glaze. CANDIED TOMATOES 1 can tonutoes }a teaspoon salt % cup honey 2 tablespoons butter Pour off juice from one can of tomatoes. Place tomatoes in 'a baking dish. Mix juice, honey and salt and pour over tomatoes. Top with crushed crackers and dot with butter. Bake at 350 degrees F. about 15 to 20 minutes. Dr. Polk To Speak To Clute PTA Thursday Night Dr. Gladys Polk, director of elementary education in Brazos- port schools, will be the speaker for the Thursday night meeting of the Clute Parent Teacher Association. Her topic will b« "Reading for Interest and Pleasure." The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the school cafetorium. Mrs. Robert Pursley will report on her visit to Austin to the Texas Congress of Parents and I'eachers. Mrs. Doris Wilkerson's fourth grade will present a play entitled "Little Stranger." A nursery will be provided. REPBIN1S tt PICTURES Published la The Brmosporf Facts may ba purchased from, GULF PHOTO-€NGKAVEKS ONL* *1.00 EACH Phone BE 3-S511 ...A

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