The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 23, 1975 · Page 22
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MONDAY, . ONLY! NORTHERN NAPKINS 60 COUNT EM*5^ LIMIT I AJUUUULXEXPIRKS ll-ii-75 JUUIUUUU : BORDEN SQUARE CARTON ICE CREAM 1 GIL. DIAL REGULAR SIZE LULgAXUEXPIKES U-35-75 9. *.«.»JUUUjC LIMIT 1 •:XPIKKS WITH THIS CQUPOH MISS BRECI i^hl SHftMPOO 11 OZ. LIMIT 1 U.IJUJUULlKXI'1 HK.S SALE ENDS TUESDAY NOV. 25 i THANKSGIVING VALUES 4 _"§E CLOSED TJiaNksciVING DM DELUXE BOXED i^-»sft, CHRISTMAS CARDS BAGGIES Box of 'OcflB II 00 X 80 bag^.,0 I PRESTONE ANTI-FREEZE 'Anti-Boil 1 Gal. PLANTER'S DRY ROASTED PEANUTS C FREG 1.39 FRITO VAfilETT PACK 1C DELUXE FRUIT CAKE In Florin Gift Box 24 oz. CRICKET LIGHTER/" „ Disposable /A - ' CRICKET LIGHTER '-li^J With Cig. Q88 c i^p» pouch M 2 33 6 2/3 OZ. SIZE STYRO CUPS PACK OF 51 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTFTIES corvRMHT wn turtH* omxu LISTEflIHE MAYBELLINE LONG & SILKY 32 OZ. 1 FRESM AND LOVELY UQUID MAKE-UP 99't:97 Safeguard y^ur Health and yc ir Budget with SuperX DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTION PRICES! fy«nrflSt^ ShotMn't wit* flUng faun? WITH THIS COUPON PAPER PLATES PACK OF 80 \£ " HERSHEY'S SYRUP i LB. CAN PEARS RATE HIGH TMB BBAJOtPORT FACT! P*HBPO*T, TBXAI, SUNDAY, MOVUMBM », 1»J» Availability of fresh fruit increasing n.v TOM HOGK A I* Newsfraturw Writer Before World War I, more than 85 per cent of the fruit sold in America was fresh. Today it totals less than 50 per cent but that still makes a lot of fresh /mil and there are signs it will increase. Pears, for instance, have been gaining in popularity until the U.S. crop at latest reports totals about 25 million bushels a year. Our most available pear is the Hartlett, which represents about 70 per cent of the American crop It was first Introduced in this country by Knoch Bartlett of Dorchester, Mass , who brought some seeds over from England more than a century ago ami planted them on his estate. Bartletts are best picked while still hard but mature, and allowed to ripen to a golden hue in a fruit bowl They should be available well into November And after that you can get imports from Argentina and Chile and as far off as Australia Another popular pear is the little Seckel which flourishes from September on into November It is mimed after a farmer who grew the fruit near Philadelphia after the Revolutionary War Small ami sweet, this yellow• brown pear ts very popular in the I'nitix) States Pears that arc good bul lit>s well known include the Cornice, grown mainly in Oregon's Hood Kiver Valley from November till May Also the chunky yellow i.<h-grern Anjuu, which is in season at about the same time. Another winter pear is the Boac which, like the Anjou, has a rough or "russet,**!" skin ami a delicious flavor And lastly there is the fancy Fcrelle, which U freckled with red spots This attractive pear i» often used to dress up bon voyage baskets One of the moil glamorous pear recipes 1 have come across wsu created by Simon* Hwk, the noted food book writer H is called lU*cuit Glace iiu Sorbet Host* thawed and drained) ty cup heavy cream 4 Tlap Kirsch l^dy (lingers Powdered sugar Heal egg white* with pinch of salt to soft peaks Gradually beat in one cup *ugar Set over simmering water ami beat six minutes till meringue is firm Set over ice water and beat till coal Divide mixture in half, dull or* hall Peel and core pears and pure* the fruit to mejwure OJM? cup Stir in iemon juice Kold in MHrtmd half of meringue and plate in whites 4 eg Salt t'j rup* 2 ripe pears Juicf urtc lemon One pound fresh rasp*or frtMt-n J'uret- enough ra»p- bt»rn<M, removing H-<<<i». l& itt<Mtjiur<* Hj tut** flrat cream with pinch of salt Oil it begins (u Uuckrn Add thrrf tablespoon* cup sugar ami bra! »tif< cream into chilled meringue Reserve a little raspberry puree to decorate dewrt and fold remainder into cream mixture Une a nine cuf , rectangular mold with wax paper Sprinkle lady finger* with few drops ' Kimh Make layer of lady finger* in bottom of mold and cover with half of pear tee Arrange more lady fingers tner we and top with half rs*pbmy cream ? Rrpeat Uyrrs And top with mof* lady finger* Fr**-**firm To utrvc run knife a round edge of mo}<J and turn out onto verving platter Decorate with r«*erv«l ra«pb«try pur** and remaininfj wltole rasjrfjcw** Sprinkte with puwdrrrd »u#iir Cwt i«io *Jict-» S*rvt* » to to Law requires proper handling of game Compliance with a new law requiring hunters to keep wild game in edible condition after the kill • and following basic cooking guidelines • can mean safe, high quality meals with leas pressure on the food dollar, Frederics E Seaman. County Extension Agent Home Economics, sass The Texas Urgwlalure pa&scd a statute ri-^utrmg that "a reasonable effort be made to retrieve all wountM game animal, 1 * or game birds and these animals or birds shall become a part oi (he bag limit " Mr* said that this !,»•* also requires that a!' game animal*, game binis and game fish taken m£» possession must be kept in an edible condition and it st-ts a penalty of $23 to $2M> for violation!! This mearw thai a hunter who shoots a dove which falls into a thick weed patch and tfw 4-H emblem has unique history The ^•H emblem lu* a unique history all its own dating back almost 65 years The first emblem tlsaign was a three-lea.' c!o%rr, introduced by 0 H Benson, somctimtr around I'XTf or I'Asj It was used on placards, posters, badges, and canning labels In I9«W the first pins were us«l From the very sLarl the three H's signified Head, Heart, and Jlands A four leaf clover design with H's appeared around 1906, and was used by Benson and others <>n posters, and labds In a talk given by Benson in 1911, he referred to the need for the four H's rath«rr than three, suggesting that they stand for "Head Heart, Hands, and Hustle head trained to think, plan and reason, heart trained to be true, kind and sympathetic, hands trained to be useful, helpful and skillful; and the hustle to render ready service, to develop health and vitality..." In 1911, at a nut-ting of club leaders in Washington, a committee recommendation wa- adopted approving the present 4 H design 0 B Martin, who was directing club work in the south, is credited with suggesting that the 4-H's stand (or Head, Heart, Hands, and Health—universally used since. The 4-H emblem was patented in 1924 When the patent expired at the end of the usual 14 year term, it was determined best to ask Congress to pass a law protecting the use of the 4- H name and emblem. This was done in 1939, and was slightly revised in 1948. uu and Sa Get Happy Mill) u (laii) ilit-ik I ruin ACTIONS. Call Courthouse no attempt to retrieve tht" bird will b# m violation of the iaw And a hunter who kill* game and leav«> it in the trunk of his car until it tptuU abo will be in violaljt/n Proper lundting in (h* (ieltl centers on proper cleaning -tr*d <|uick cool.ng Hunters g«wr thai proper demand* a shot id it vital area lha! doesn't ru(>(iifv intrAttnm or paunch, the a^«i! Mid She ivtpjainrtj tJwt suvc* quick cooling delays <p*)i!,ii5«?. the .intinal from the ba<i« of the tail to the breast t»«>e and roll out the vHctT* A\otd»lAslnng live mteMiiw<i or sionuch Wipr the txxJy cavity wtth clean cloths or paper towels but <Jwi u*r upruli lcl;. J(UT it «*» its Make a vr thf carcau will hjttrn rooting Protect me* I from fltt-s ainl dust wtth niualtri or chcfa*clolh i>ajt» which !r< 4ir cir- cuUtr- Heavy .»nd airtight jj in a.'f.l uig Proper toiiding and UaJis{»^rtini[ slvr aninu! w o.vr«!ldl to handling. m<M! huntrrt C4uti'ixi l'j»rr>tng tJvr drurnal ststi wrapped in tlw pf«{n:'.iv<r clirfh <«i tup o/ tlw car s» (worn- mendrd AUo, »>n coot tlajn, live iiar trunk u a safe place Hut Avoid carrying aiMmah w\ car «r truck !x«ni» 4Ml fnwlrf*. tteal ?ro«n !)w »un car nw<nr cats rum at! oidrr, !«a ti«akf gam* a/ad fxX rcuuii « by brawuat •••• »< at liquid it> fjica! in » cwvcrrcl osn l^JTijj, »J*r* IWVCP !h>r tkro hnwlitxt »om«- ruicn i!. th« More *nforni4li«n oft ild g.*m<! pr*pA»*!i«»i ,1 from !hr roaiUtijt, br<>tling, pa.-. broiling and frvinjt, U uuUbic for fwuti-^. trrwipr gwi* lUttuvit '*t!h »4 tiiliottil! fit tttav !>c >Mcvrvuir> i! ihr mr»l i* l«an It's t*>iS t« erxA FABRIC ..•:.•" / TWO DAYS ONLY! ^/ iMONDAY, NOV. 24lh - TUESDAY, NOV.25thI "KLOPMAN'S" 60" 'SURALINE' 'OLYESTER GABARDINE LIGHTS - OUiTY'S - DARKS CHOOSE FROM OVER IS COLORS LEATHER LOOK 60 » SUBLISTATIC PRINTED KNITS COORDINATING PATCH 4, SOLIDS $•».')•> ,| ONLY K '' : YO. 60" CREPE STITCH DOUBLE KNIT WIPE ASSORTMENT OF COLORS R««.S2»n-d. SALE * I yo DOOR BUSTER 9" x 12" FELT SQUARES CHRISTMAS COLORS & ASSORTED COLORS 100 FOR THE HOLIOAYS 60" QIANA NYLON Ki'g MACHINE CASHABLE PASTELS - OUSTY'i - DARKS ..... DOOR BUSTER YO. ENTIRE STOCK PATTERNS 1/2 PRICE (Limit 3 to a customer) MANY OTHER UNADVERTISED SPECIALS Reg. 2S<( ea . 10/ A Wonderful New Worid of Fashion Fabrics STORE HOURS: 900 TO 1229 West Highway 332 Clute

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