The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 30, 1962 · Page 2
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PAGI 2 fcHtortot—Adv.—BE 3-3511—Closilfled—BE 3-261T THI BRAZOSPORT FACTS BRAIOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TIXAS, THURS., AUftUST 30, COFFEE No. 1 DOWNTOWN LAKE JACKSON No.2 BEACHWAY SHOPPING CENTER, ANGLETON SPECIALS GOOD WED., THURS., FRI., SAT.,—AUGUST 29, 30, 31-SEPT. 1 GRADE A FftYEW SPLIT FRYERS Lb 29° CUTUP FKYJE.RS u.31 If you have'nt tried our GERMAN CHOCOLATE CAKES, you have missed something. Hormel Dairy Brand Mohawk BACON u, 59° FRANKS „ „ 0 , »,. Samual't Mohawk Full Half Butt Portion 39° HAMS u 49 C SHADDOCK'S FRESH BAKED GERMAN Chocolate Cakes fl»<llft $ l9 »<l ] Samual'i Mohawk Full Half Shank Portion HAMS Lb. ChtJdar 49° CHEESE u, 59 C Franeh MUSTARD 24 „ M 29 C Crystal Whita KARO P., 25 C Kraft Appla JELLY ,00, Jar 29° Folger's Instant COFFEE _ I10fcJ ., T SARANWRAP "^ 27 C 4 O,. Bottla _ Pint Sunihina Hydrox COOKIES Nablieo CRACKERS ,tb. 47 C ib 29° Hawaiian Papfo PUNCH 460, Can 29° BISMOL Uncla Williami A.tohal PORK & BEANS 4 .:, 35 ALCOHOL Libby's Cream Style or Whole Kernel _ „. , CORN 2 "sr 37= DOG FOOD 6 C .™ 45< Lib by 1 1 Garden Sweat 2 N o d J03 39 c PINE-O-PINE _, o, 29 C , Pill'bury 2 <°<39' CAKE MIX 3 ,„., T *, Cam 9 I Palmoliva Nia 9 ara RAPID SHAVE „, Sil . 59 C ^^TARCH ...._ „ 0 , 19 C Bayar Maiola ASPIRIN _ ,„ ct. B otti. 35 C CORN OIL Puarf 75 C PEAS RINSO Non SEEDLESS WHITE GRAPES 2 CAMELLIA ARISTOCRAT ICE CREAM North Carolina Dollcioui APPLES _ Lb . 19 C PRUNES Grean ONIONS ..._ 2 Buneh ., 15° Green CABBAGE _ Lb . 5 C Lb. 19° PEACHES Criip CELERY 2 Lb 29 C Stalks 29 Cillo TOMATOES pi,. 19 C BARB-QUE FRYERS EACH 99' DELICIOUS POTATO SALAD „ 29< Fleishmann's Corn Oil MARGARINE Plastic (Without Thirmos) 39 ° LUNCH KIT 77 Amarcian Beauty 5 B. bg 29 C NOODLES Dov« White or Pink Camp Fire CHARCOAL • •* ^ir ^^ "^ mm^m^r Pint Choiea Dova Whita or Pink NOTEBOOK PAPER 98e ,,„ 69 C SOAP Aladdin Composition , Dovt White or Pinlc BOOK 2S ! 5 ' 2 ^r 29 C SOAP Gold Medal Liquid Lux 2 ML'* 29 C DETERGENT 10 O«. Pk,. Z R.gular Dan io c I * ooia Msaai CRAYOLAS Brenham MOPS No . 16SiI . 59 C soAP Brenham Special BROOMS ,,,, „„'!«• WISK - 5 Cell WISK FLASHLIGHT w ,., „ „ 99 C -» TRAYS ..,. „. ,,c DETER6ENT Plaitic SANDWICH BOX Studant DESK LAMP M ,, Vl 2 Bath AQC Bart IT Quar» 55 3 Regular nnC Ban «*«» A7 C ____ Quart V/ J127 ..... V, Gallon • Giant Sli. 65 Cut Rita 15 C Cut Rita ,^ WAX PAPER Reg. 25c 19 n TOWELS 'alua I I2S Ft. Roll ------- Jumbo Roll KRAFT OIL FROSTY ACRES FROZEN LEMONADE " Patio f-roien ENCHILADA DINNERS i- THOMAS CHARLES CONDBV 4-H O"ld Stnr Boy CHARMNR I.E.ISAI, 4-11 flow glnr Qlri 4<H Qold Star Qirl, Boy Named 1 Sha playg Urn flute In Penrland ' High School Bond, and li active In school sports. She Is a member ot the Catholic Youth Organization and Is a Cntnclilsm teacher H or for younger children. Chnrlino sums up her 4-H work by naying: "My accomplishments in 4-H Club Imvo helped m« ninny ways. The thlngi I rii 1 by working on then* projects can never be taken away from me. Tin goali I havn u{ and completed for myself ar« not for the awards and rlbbom 1 might win but (or my own latii. faction" The Gold Star Award li the highest county award given to a boy and girl, by the Cooperative Extension Work In Agrlcultucn and Home Economics of A&flF College Station. This award q,- ln be won only once. Omelet Is Most Versatile Dish, Economist Says t What's Ihs most versatile sinslo dish? "Tlie omelet," says Mary Jaur Forest, home economist. "One of my favorite New York reslau rants lists 526 on the menu, m i the owner says there could I* thousands more. "A glance at that menu would inspire any cook, and stop hrr from thinking of the -omelet ** basically a breakfast dish. It's 1 style all day Ions. Chicken, lobs ter, fish, mushrooms, cheese — your favorite meat or meat substitute — may be combined wiili an endless variety of herbs and vegetables to make a dish fit h a king. Start experimenting! "The secret of an exciting om let is color. Use your garden n< inspiration for your kitchen pal Thomas Charles Conflry has been chosen the Brazoria County 4-H Gold Star Boy of 1962, announces Stanley Kecse, assistant agricultural agent. Tommy Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Condry of Angleton. Tommy was selected as Gold Star Boy to recognize his outstanding achievement, leadership, and contribution to the County 4- H program. He will receive a gold pin at the annual 4-H Club Achievement Program In January. In four years of club work Tommy has fed end exhibited three steers and Is feeding a steer, heifer, and fat lamb for showing tills fall. He is council delegate on the County Council tills year. Outside activities Include past president and secretary of his Sunday school class, missionary leader and five years perfect attendance at Sunday school. At school he is on the A and B Honor rolls. Glenn Brewer of Manvel won the Gold Star Boys' award In 1961. Charline Lejsal, 15 - year • old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. John Lejsal of 'Pearlandi la the" 1962 Gold Star 4-H Club Girl for Brazoria County, county home demonstration agent, Mrs. Geraldine Lee, has announced. During Charline's five years in 4-H Club work she has accomplished many things. Her 4-H re- s u 11 demonstrations include: clothing, foods, home improvement, homegrounds beautifica - tion and gardening. Crjafline fias received many 4- H honors.. In 1960 she Won first place in the Senior Division of Brazoria County 4-H Dress Re-j vue This gave her the privilege ot representing the county at the District Revue. In 1961, she won first place in the County Favorite Food Show and was chosen one of four at the District Favorite Food Show to go to the State Favorite Food Show which was held at the Heart elte . p ars i e y, asparagus, or a» r* «tisfyi of Texas Fair in Waco, where she \ g r e e n . vefjelable for summ™ ™er lu won a red ribbon on her showing ^^ shrimp, lobster, red cav of the food she had prepared. | iar for flowpry pinkl and redl In the five years of 4-H Clubj Dlc ed carrots for a bright mari work, she has prepared 1,38661 K0 |(j orange. meals and assisted with 529' [meals. She plans her meals to include all the foods one needs daily for a healthy body. Her menus include foods she has canned (1,295 containers) and frozen (3,668 containers). : I Mrs. Lejsal says that 4-H Clurr work has helped tlicir family in! many ways. "Besides helping with the meals and doing much of her own sewing, Charline helped arrange a sewing center in the utility room so she and I can sew without having to jump up every! few minutes to look for something' we need. "In Ihe closet near the machine ; all patterns, sleeve board, irons, etc. are in place and labeled. We| use the top of the chest lypei freezer for cutting and the Ironing board stays up while we are sewing. "That is something else that she and I both have learned; that we Kluxild press an we sew. In another closet in the utility rmnn Charline arranged all cleaning equipment no that each one lias a certain place and it U nlwiiyi: returned to that place alter use." i Charline has improved her clothes closet In Die k'droom she shares with her younger sixter, Shirley (a 4-11 Member). Sin- in! pruud ol the hat IKKPS Kite cover-! od to carry out the color scheme <rf the bedroom. Slic says the hut: boxes help to keep IIIT hats m! order an she has a iwUnn lor each of Ilieir luitu. i In the kitchen, when (.luulmtij Blurted rooking, slit- found she always had to d.i a lot of walking! tn gel Ihinns tiitjcthi-r. So after J the di'inoiistnilion mi arrange •' infills in kitchens, she rearranged'TWO-SKMT HTYLK-Oi" utensils, etc. in ilic working an-a.s «or«l nr pleated skirt in order to save steps and eneiny. iilliactivi' caMUi.1 Iliilt fil» "" "" .She urgHiii/eii Ihe |ne|>aiati<tii ly, so nicely nrrons •h" i ' i '''" center with equipment ami nia-ibusl, at waist ami lilplim 1 . I'' 1 lerials needed ihcii-. Then she 1'nllein !>li(l: Half Sizes 11'- stored and nrratiKed equipment .requires V.t yards K-lnches f.ii needed near Ihe range while ihe'h'ifly cents in coins for llu» IiKxl WHS iimklng. Around ihe| tern-add 10 cents for each I"' 1 cluun-iip cenlt-r (sink), aiarline|.'or liral claw mail. Send "' U ' stored and arrange! eiiuipmemi Martin, The BrHZosport needul there. .,,;,., Weh , 18 , h Sl _ Nl . w Y,. Cliai-liiie has held many ollires N. Y 1'rint plainly NAMr I) ami Cnunly 1II iUKKSH, SIZK AND STYI> HKK. KIK.ST TIMK KVH'- Sin; is also outstanding in scln<,lioruus movie star's wanli activities. MIC received the Ainer.| 110 exciting Mylcs to *•'• lean !.< W Qn Award und was vali- new fall - winter calali* dicuii-uin of junior hiyh iduxil. ccnw. Printed Pattern fo in her 111 Clu C '"'" r ' i -

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