The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 9, 1966 · Page 13
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14 Wednesday, March 9, 1966 What, When, Where o«b. j Gnee Metfcodtei ChMtch. Farcat »«, Delta Kappa ~:S» p-m., Mrs. E- 4. Gray. M4 W. Jack. TOPS, lit* p-m.. Gait Coast Cltate aad HwpUal Lobby. Craicraout Gardea Club, 7:30 j>jn.. nm Natioaal Saak. FRIDAY I>aplicate Bridge. 19 a.m. Bridge Stadlo. Pantry icki in's, Studv Clnb, 10 a.ra.. Uxx. C. L. Thorpe. 200t Mis- Today's homemaker likes to do her kitchen work quickly and easily. Slaving over a hot stove is no fun and there is no reason why you should have to do it. One kitchen emancipator is the multitude of easy to prepare and serve foods found on the shelves of the supermarket. The market-! ing system has taken over many j of the chores that were once done! Helen Help Us! By HELEN BOXTEL, Dear Helen: Must a high schooler with a pile of heavy books give up her bus seat to an elderly lady? By the way, just who do you have to give up your seat to? — PAT Dear Pat: You don't HAVE to give up your bus seat to anyone. But every time you do. you improve the teenage image, and that's! important in these days when' too many people are playing "Pin the juvenile to the wall." If you can't stand and hold heavy books for a few minutes. then don't get riled and write to me next time you hear an adult snort, "Those thoughtless, impolite kids!" — H. Dear Helen: What do you do about a boy in the kitchen. Frozen foods, pre- ithat takes vou for granted? We've been going together pared mixes and complete meals , ready for the oven are just a over a - vear and he never broke l few of the short cuts that await the homemaker. Some of these products may cost cost a bit more because tK> people who performed these services must be paid for their efforts. Judging by the success of convenience foods in today's stores, many homemahers are willing to a promise to me until recently. Whenever he told me he'd cal!, he always aid. Lately though, he hasn't — three times already. The next time he sees rne h? just smiles and asks me if missed him. This makes me mad so I say "No," that I was| chores- Currently, the good buys in Dear F.G.: Printed Pattern 9202 10-18 vegetables are cabbage (most! Fum e a little. He wants toj of it a new crop), carrots, cel-|make sure you aren't takingj ery, yellow and green onions, | HIM for granted. — H. j radishes, all potatoes except the f new ones, rutabaga, turnips. sweet potatoes and tomatoes. Apples, grapefruit: and oranges continue to be goockbuvsi In general^ look 'fo£ best bee r values on round steaks and on roasts, ground beef and arm and blade pot roasts and steaks. Retail pork prices are holding steady at high price levels. In general, look for best.pork values on smoked picnics, shoulder roasts and steaks, end-cut pork chops and pork liver. Recent Bride < Is Honored » Mrs. James W. Collard,' former Miss Sandra Kfiy Se was honored with a bridal sh' er in the home of Miss Di Shelton. Other hostesses were -Miss Carolyn Elliott. Miss K a y;e El- iiott, Miss Mary Dahlquist and Miss Jennifer Alorris. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Serre s of Baytown are the bride's parents and Mr. and Mrs. James Collard of Cleveland are the groom's parents. Approximately 30 guests registered. The bride and her mother were presented corsages and the bride was given a bedspread by the hostesses. There are only about two birds to the acre in the U. S. Any way you 1 figure It... (THE FINEST* i WELCOME [TO BAYTOWN IS WELCOME A WAGON [ A visit from our borfen win main i you TM! at homt, wish hir b«fc*t I ef gifU «nd iiwwir* to question* tbout tht city, tti stnicts and faciUtiu. Jurt call ... Welco: inj li{ Phone 583-4390 BEC;IN" \vith a iov>'-waist dress. TOP it off with a crisp jacke;. Or SLII.'E into sleek slacks and see hov.- great they look with the jacket. Yes. ail 3 in one pattern ! Printed Pattern 6202: Misses' Sizes l<i. 12. 14. 16. IS. Yarclun'-s in purtern. FIFTY CENTS in coins for each pattern — add 15 cents forj each pattern for first - class' mailing and special handling, i Send to Marian Martin, The) Baytown Sun, 434, Pattern Dept. I -534, Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print! NAME, ADDP.ESS with ZIP.j SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. j GO, GO SPRING! Be a swing- 1 er send for our new, fashion- j filled Spring - Summer Pattern! Catalog. Choose one free pattern] from 125 — clip coupon in Catn-i log. Hurry, send 50 cents for; SPECIALS FOR WED.. THUR5.. FM.. SAT.. MARCH J-10-11-12 Rosedale Frozen ORANGE JUICE * Oz. Cans CHEF-BOY-AR-DEE FROZEN CHEESE PIZZA 13 Oz. iiieiiiV utj-i.iii_iiiajvc*.o a.it »**AUL*i^ iv — -^ i pay "extra money to free them- too busy to notice. Then he acts; selves from some of the kitchen (hurt — he 's ver > - sensitive. What j should I do? — FOR GRANTED) ! Of tf POUND • REGULAR W® Admiration coffee Super Market 6400 BAY WAY DRIVE 49 WITH Fl-KCHASE OK MOKE LB. CAN Excluding Cigarettes ROBIN HOOD 5" ^ Bag RlBUl*"** TO LIMIT Kraft's Fresh ORANGE JUICE Towie OLIVES $<| OO Seven Seas Green Goddess 4£ ' DRESSING £ if GO Seven Seas Green Goddess Aft 1 DRESSING 8 X;29c A A Best Maid AT 29C SALAD DRESSING % 35c U.S NUMBER 1 LONG. WHITE CALIFORNIA BIS-KITS MORRISON'S PREPARED BISCUIT MIX BIS-KITS CHEFS DELIGHT IMITATION CHEESE SPREAD DEL MONTE DOLLAR SALE! THIS IS NOT A MISTAKE __ MOHAWK PICNIC Del Monte Fruit COCKTAIL 4 c2 Del Monte Pineapple, Grapefruit DRINK ._ _ Del Monte Garden SWEET PEAS^ _ 4 ^ 3 46-oz. Cans Del Monte " v Tomato Sauce 10 Del Monte Stewed Tomatoes 4 Del Monte Golden WHOLE KERNEL 5 12-or. Cons MOHAWK ALL-MEAT M 3 $^59 • Lbs. I I Del Monte Cut GREEN BEANS Del Monte PINEAPPLE _. M 303 . *t Cans A .4 Cans wwnMTVK ALL-MEAT • FRANKS -^39«; LEAN GROUND • UCMM GROUND HAMBURGER U.S. GOOD BABY BEEF Lbs. 'i 19 I I • -— —^^** ui^.of occr H LOIN STEAK - 79-! U ? S, GOOD BABY RPCC cu/^,,,^^« • Lad U^S. 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