The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on January 4, 1961 · Page 6
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 6

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, January 4, 1961
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F THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Brazosport and Brassoria County, Texas, Wed,, January 4, 1981 ifomen In Business World !elf-Pity Is Serious Fault EW ORLEANS (AP) - Salf- fis one of women's most flous fauKs in the business jrld. *U least that's what sonv: esses say. /They made their comments in /Riibekak Installation Angleton Rcbckah Lodge 109 will have a public installation of officers on Jan. 16 at 8 p.m. Invitations are extended through 'he press. Refreshments will be served following the installation. a survey made public at a meeting of the New Orleans Secretaries Assn. Among other faults nre unrte- pendab 11 .'.•':y, clannishness and moodiness. 'Dr. Henry J. Engler, dean of Loyola University of the South's College of Business, says the survey was made here among 100 supervisors e m p 1 oying between five and 20 women. The survey lists other faults as: Unwillingness to accept responsibility, ;,coneness to be hurt, excessive attention to details, and laziness. Lack of time consciousness, exaggeration osd misstatcment, and excessive a^tiness. Citing an example of "unds- pendabtlity," Engler reports some supervisors say s i n 8 le women would rather quit than brsak dates to work overtims. Other bosses say they "are pretty morbid about minor illnesses, going to pieces and unable to concentrate on their work." JANUARY BARGAIN BOYS TROUSERS Consisting of * Bedford Cords * Polished Cottons * Denim Jeans All Slight Seconds And All At One Low Price Sizes 6 - 18 LADIES ACETATE BRIEFS All First Quality Snug Pitting, Long Wearing Acetate Briefs. At a ROCK Bottom Price. 5 * $ 1 OB 29e EACB Sizes 5-8 LADIES FANCY SLIPS These Slips Bear The Avisco In tegrity Tag. 1.98 Value 1 00 Ea. Sizes 32 - 11 r LADIES OBLON CARDIGANS Thousands Have Sold For 2.98 and up. Stock Up Now At The Low Price Of .... 2 00 Ea. Sizes 34 - 40 53-PC. 'GOLDEN WHEAT' DINNER SERVICE FOR 8 ... Smartest dinnerware a budget can buy. Get 8 cups, saucers, salad plates, dinner plates, fruit dishes, Boup plr ;, 1 platter, 1 vegetable di~.., sugar and creamer. 45 R P M PHONOGRAPH RECORDS There Are No Defective Records In This Group: Just Yesterdays Top Hits 10' Ea. 33J B P M L. P. RECORDS All 2.98 Values C THE ABOVE ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE MANY SPECIAL BUYS BEING OFFERED. SHOP OUR ENTIRE STORE FOR JANUARY BARGAINS YOU WILL LONG REMEMBER Tarpon Inn Village Freeport An Oven Winuec There's an old-fasMoncd fragrance floating from the kitchen— a sure sign something hearty and good is cooking! A flavorful casserole dish is the perfect choice to please hungry 'jp, appetites— here's a recipe packed full of the flavor of Grandma's day but a no-trouble dinner thanks to the oven and a package of your favorite corn muffin mix. Cubes of tender chicken ate richly entranced by the flavor of mushroom, onion and cheese, then topped with a layer of tender, crunchy corn bread—bread and main dish all in one! CHICKEN CASSEROLE Makes 6 servings Basel 1 soup can of milk j 1 teaspoon minced onion M 1 cup grated sharp ^1 cheddar cheese ' 1 3 cups chopped cooked chicken One lO'/i oz. can condensed cream of mushroom soup Topping: One 12-oz. pkg. (I'A cups) 1 egg Flako Corn Muffin Mix % cup milk Kent oven to hot (400°P.). For base, combine all ingredients in 10-inch frying pan or shallow 2-qt casserole. Place in oven till mixture bubbles. For topping, empty contents of package into bowl. Add egg and milk. Blend only until dry ingredients are thoroughly moistened. (Batter should be slightly lumpy.) Spread over hot chicken 'mixture. Bake in preheated oven (400°F.) about 30 minutes or until topping is golden brown. BSP Chapters Hold Holiday Events] Tho holiday Season wna lighted tor members of thrrc local chapters ot Beta Sipnn Pill Sororily with parties nml nice*Ings. 8IOMA IOTA CHAPTER A parly for children of members was Included in Hie holiday activity of Sigma loin Chapter. The children's party was held nt Jasmine Hnll and was planned and conducted by Donna Fiilts, Sarah Schwartz, Judy Bncloy, Sliaron McMIIInn, Bryan Ilosklns, Chuck and Bruce Stctfler. Red punch was served from n rawl shaped like Snntn's head. Decorated cookies were nlso served. After the showing of twoj movies, "Ho\v the Animals Dis-| covered Chrlslmns" and "Tho Littlest Ansel, each child received n gift from the Christmas IITP. A party for members was neM In the home of Mrs. Margaret Pcnnlngton. T\vcnly-threo members attended (lie event, Th.o homn decorations included a lnr?e Christmas tree. Mrs. Karl M, Irby was nsslst- ed by Mrs. Wcldon Brimson 'n presenting nn ilustrntrd discus- slon on Interior decorating. Tho chapter sponsor, Mrs. Thelmn Ditnn, was presented with a j;ift from the members. Secret sisters were rcvenled with the ... iingo ot gifts among members, -win oiisminc Hnll was the setlins (or n meetlns of 15 members, the chapter sponsor, and Mrs. Robert F. Dnvies, mother of Mrs, Bob Woosley. Members participated In n tils- Mission, led by Mrs, BUI Ilosklns, on collections as hobbles. Refreshments were served hy Mrs. Vcrnon Richards. KAPPA DKLTA CHAPTER Kappa Delia Chapter held a Christmas party and meeting nt the home of Mrs. B. G. Snndlln. Secret sisters exchanged gifts. The home was decorated w'th Christmas trees, holly, pine conns and Christmas stockings. The serving table carried out the Irodltionnl red and preen color theme in candies, cakes, cookie?, irmrshmnllows ajid mils. Refreshments were nerved to Iho 14 members present. Mrs, Veiv line Kimato, n mcmhcr-at^iiiji was present for the party, Christmas enrols worn mina !>y the group diirlnR the evening. XI RPSILON TAU Tlie December meeting of XI Epsllon Tau was held In the horn* ot Mrs. John Hnnkrrmn in llnVM- wood, with all 16 members present. After a short business mooring, the chapter's annual Christmas party was held. Refreshment* were served by the social committee an*' the hostess. Each member brought gitta. clothing and food to the party tr> contribute to n needy family ft Christmas. By EARL ARONSON seaweed meal had considerable AP Jfewsfeatures resistance to cold. They with- Seaweed has been used by man for medicinal and other purposes for many years. It may Improve your garden crops, too. Seaweed is a natural organic source of trace minerals vitamins, ammo acids and plant hormones. At demson Agricultural College in South Carolina, results of the first full year of experimentation with seaweed have shown some amazing results in keeping qualities of fresh peaches, swest, peppers and other fruits and vegetables. Dr. T. L. Senn, head of the Clemson Horticulture Department, reports that seaweed, m „ , __ „,.„„ decomposition, produces plant [added. "Seedlings that develoo hormones that have an important j into stocky p 1 a nls transplant effect on root development and better than normal seedlings." general plant growth. These hor-' mones apparently promote ceil stood freezing temperature — is low as 29 degrees — while others were killed. The report said soil mixtures containing varying rates of seaweed meal retarded growth of tomatoes, peppers, zinnias, marigolds, salvia and melons. The dwarfing effect caused by excessive amount of seaweed meal is an advantage. Why? Growth may be checked and the plants held for several weeks or months for transplanting without ill effect "Once transplanted to normal, fertile soil, the seedlings make excellent growth," the report elongation and division but the situation is complicated because growth inhibitors also are oresent, making analysis difficult. A major problem to be solved is how much seaweed to apply to a given crop and when to apply it. Last summer, field tests were conducted with sweet corn, tomatoes, olvra, sesame, peas, beans, sweet peppers, soy beans and melons. Seaweed meal was spread before planting. Significant increases in yields of tomatoes, sweet peppers and sweet com were reported. Production of peas, beans and okra were reported slightly higher. Tests of leaf samples from the seaweed plots indicated, the staff said, that addition of seaweed altered the uptake of various plant foods. Another beneficial result, members of the department of horticulture added, was that tomato plants grown in flats treated with The Clemson report also said: Liquid extracts of seaweed made with water, ether and alcohol extracts, have shown promising results when used on germinating seed. NO ODOR AT ALL! DRY CLEANING THAT'S REALLY ODOR-FREE. MODERN CLEANERS 119 W. Broad Freeport BE 3-5222 • H. Frank Carter PRE- INVENTORY OF BOOKS A WIDE SELECTION OP FICTION and NON-FICTION LIST PRICE V3 * V2 OFF $ 1°° Book Table MYSTERIES AND MANY OTHER BOOKS THAT Will MAKE ENJOYABLE BEADING. WE ARE ALSO CLEARING OUT CHRISTMAS CARDS and WRAPPING PAPER, NOTEPAPER and PARTY NAPKINS COME IN AND BROWSE TH!= BOOK SHOP <1<W WFST ?n«. FHFEPORT BLUE SEAL OLEO STARFIRE PORE LUNCH Lb. MEAT 12 Oz, Can GIANT PINTO BEANS A 2 Lb. Bags $100 FRESH COUNTRY EGGS Net LITE FLUFF WE GIVE BIG BONUS STAMPS BISCUITS mmimmmm UNCLE WILLIAMS Pork & Beans 11 BHHBi WALDORF TISSUE Cans $100 4 Roll Pkg. Le Grande Cut Green BEANS No. 303 Cans For I . • BBMHB C • ROTEL SAUERKRAUT 10 BBBBB ROSEDALE SLICED PEACHES 4 CAMPBELLS No. 300 $100 Cans «""»«*•««» fmt\f\ TOMATO SOUP 10F«r $ 1°° .SALTINE CRACKERS SUGAR 5 LB. BAG I RICE BLUE RIBBON LONG GRAIN With Purchase Of 4 Light BULBS ••••• PURE PORK SAUSAGE US GOOD BABY BEEP ROAST •HBHBL- LEAN BONELESS QUAKERS BEST FLOUR ••••••• LE GRANDE CREAM STYLE CORN Lb. Sack No. 303 SI 00 Cans * • ww US GOOD BABY BEEF i"f\ c ™r*STEAKu.07 SMALL LEAN us GOOD c JJJUAJM cuwuumas Ml" 1 • UB GOOD ^^ ^^ Pork Roast u. 45° I RIB STEW u. 39 SPECIALS GOOD TUUIIS.. OPEMALL DAY SUNDAY FOOD MARKET 729 WKT BBOAD HKKltT BAR-B-Q BEEF RIBS

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