The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 26, 1960 · Page 2
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Page 2 THE BRAZOSPORT PACTS Brazosport and Brazoria County, Te*as, Mon., December S6- i960 Officers Installed At FFF Club Yule Party OftlcSM tor the (Joiiiitig year were Installed at (Me retail Christmas luncheon and party held by Velasco Flowers, and Fun and Friendship Club. The event was held at the Shrimp Net in Anglet"n. Officers were' installed by Mr*. W. J. Badge afld Mrs. W. E. He!wig presented each officer with a Christmas corsage. They are Mrs. Nathan Green, president; Mrs. Eula Dunn and Mrs. T. E. South, vice presidents, Mrt, Bert L. Anderson, secretary; Mrs. \V. J. Newton, treasurer; arid Mrs. M. R. Turner, historian- librarian. MfJ. 0. D. Snttord, retiring president, was presented with a potted plant, Another plAht \Vfttt to Mrs. Hester Beets lor having the most attractive gift package, Each of the 12 members attending the Ghtlstfnal party brought gifts which were exchanged. ^..WOMEN.,^ Edited By LeROY BYRD DOUBLE BIG BONUS STAMPS ON WITH pUKCHAsi o? 2.8o 6ft MOM TUESDAY Tues.i & Wefl.i Dec. 21-28 in Freeporti W* reserve the i-Uht to U»lt quantities. CROuno GROUND FRESH SEVERAL TIMES DAILY IN EACH STORE IHAMBURCEK BUNS,. ......... ".v M«] Pork Steak K 1 "? .................. 49c Bacon WHS. 2 ft We SLUED Tommo JUKE LUIUH HIEHT GRDPEFRUIT SWIFT'S PREMIUM LB. LIBBY'SOR FOOD CLUB 46-OZ. CAN HAFNIA 12-OZ. CAN Kobey Potatoes Cream Cheese SHOESTRING 2'/i-Oz.C«i ji, ii,y;j t. Pkgt ..it. TEXAS RUBY RED 10c Pert Hopkins SST 27c Oranges r, 5 iuc Kineappie- ............. - -m ouiier riy koiis ...... £ 39c gp i gj-^^^^^y^,;j[J^^j^|^] lu |||J|^'-inii.«rn».riiiMii 1 ji.iiiji.jaj..i..miiinn^^..T. r ^.^-. , — Weingarten's is overflowing with your white goods needs! Cannon Sheets OF FINE OUALITY MUSLIN ( 72" x 108" $*|38 CANNON MISH Dish Cloths 12 M 1.00 iO"x30" COTTON Cup Towels 4 *» 88c HOLDS 1000 DOCUMENTS! OIANT STEEL Porta Files 2.27 MUSCOGEE Washcloths 12 ^ 1.00 8 l"x 108" Size SHEET. Double Fitted — ^ 67 87 SHEHS. Twin Fitted SHEW PillowCases 2 ,94° m iC ^iiff | ''"'"'™ || "" | ^»^' ro ^^''""* roro ^™'™""^^''^™*~^"^' mmm '"'''""'' - ~'' . . ^^ ^^ CANNON BATH TOWELS 39 LAST BIG WEEK SAMSONITE Folding Chair 4%S8 6.91 VALUE With IIS In Oaih RttUter B«cilpt» ___ Maxwell Houst IQc OFF Tide * E * 19r SIANT SIZE OAW SIZE EVERYDAY LOW PMC! 75c Oxydol '" ANT / SIZI / W IVERVDAY LOW P«ICE Cheer nzt J SIZE EVERVPAY LOW f»ICI Roneo Macaroni IJ.QZ. nn sizi 20'.. IVEIYOAY LOW PtlCE BIT OKRAJ.DWE tBB , Count; lIonHi DtmoTttlrflllon n Aurnt, no« IM, »nil«ton • For A Gourmets Delight Try Marinated Roast Beef V Although the Christmas sea- on is Slrrtflst Over, there »« any times when you want W ave friends in for. snacks, flack time can be almost any me. You are looking for new tld different Hort d-o«u»fe deas — and meat snacks «e sty, nutritious and satisfying 3 well as easy. Liver lauaage or) sticks Is n ever entertainment suggestion, 'or eacM sriack shape i lable- ptwn of liver sausage into n minfl ball- Dip each bnll in hopped parsley and Insert 1 tratftrt, thin prfitzel stick. Pn.1.1 them 'round — they ofl't lar.l long! Leftovers can be a del^htful real — and here's a recipe to rov* It! if you have extra roast >ae< left from your New Year's inner, serve tnes« Marinated {oast tieef Slices. They're excellent team e d vlth your favorite hot potato alad or *dded to a tray of cold tntat. Slice 1 pound of cooked oast beef in slices i inch thick, SUCCESSFUL KOMEMAKIMG Mix together i cup vfttegar, 3 tablespoon* salad ciJ, i Ma- spoon pepptf, i waspoew dry mustard, i teasoon salt, 1 tabl«- spoons sugar and 1 madiuin onion, thinty tUccd, Marinate the &ee* slices in the mixture and cftlft hi the re- trigerator 3 hours. This recipe makes 8 servfrrgs, * f v Wondering what to do with left-over Christmas turfrsy? ... An easy way to solve the problem, and stretch the holiday bffd over a longer period of time is by freeing 1 part at It. Package meaf-slze units of (h-s turkey meal in moisture- vapor, proof material for tha freezer. Other suggestions for leftover turkey include such tasty dishes as turkey p(e, turkey creolo, turtesy chow meln, turkey croquette* and cauetol* dishes . . . Recipes and other suggestions are given in B-201, "Let's Eat Turkey." Write or call m« lor your copy. Care Will Keep Plants Lovely In practically every home here are Christmas plants which you want to live, so you an enjoy them for as long' as . Proper care will keep those plants looking lovely longer. The first thing to remember s to avoid drownlttg or water- ogging plants by watering too often . . . Ort the other hand, •emember that indoor atmos- >hefe dries plants quickly. Pol- ow directions for Watering glv- :n v;ith each plant. Drainage is Important, too. If he pot is wrapped in metal full, t may be necessary to uut u irhall hole In the bottom of the ioil cover, A potted cyclamen Will bloom 'or several months if kept at a temperature of 65 to 68 d«- jrees where it can get morning ight. Never allow soil to dry out completely while trie plant S blooming, Avhert it starts to loss leaves, allow the Soil to become drier than in the growing season — but not powder dry, Some moisture must be present to keep the. cotm from drying up completely. Store In a cool dark place to carry It over a Second season- African violets need a sunny window during the middle of winter but dan be put in th« shade about the last oil February. Let tiw soil get dry before watering, and then Use water several degrees warmer than rdom temperature. Primroses need abundant light In winter and do best at about 6S degrees. Too much watering rots them, but they should not be allowed to dry out completely. The Jerusalem cherry and ornamental pepper like cool temperatures, high humidity and plenty of sunshine. Smoke or gas in the room will cause leaves to drop. Poinsettias will stay attractive for most of January If kept at temperatures around 65 degrees. Let them dry down gradually and then plant outdoors. COME IN TOMORROW...

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