The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 30, 1975 · Page 26
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FACTS , TEX.AS. SUNKJAY. NOVEMBER », Fashion and Beauty Tips Dirt helps Vlumtn A may b« helpta! to tk«r problem «kln. but * well. rottftded ditl, nvoktanre of oily »«d tried foods, nnd careful cleansing *re ah- solately Bf cessary for a clean Q«Mt fadxl When you are showering, give yourself a quick facial by letting the water splash agninsl your face It helps give the skin a plowing took. Hide hair When ymi simply <k>n't have time to wash your hair and it looks a fright think about hiding it under a wig. a knit cap ora scarf. Root!) tattle Oner you undertake to bleaeh or dye ywir hair, make sure you stick to it carefully, Black roots can do more to destroy »» otherwlte attractive appearance than almost anything else. .iKwswr-Mi VUMPHISK .«ss • *************************** SERVING THE AREA FOR 19 YEARS... PERK GIBSON NURSERY SCHOOL 191B AZALEA LAKE JACKSON SI-S707 MORNING & AFTERNOON Ct,-\SSES FOR PRK-KINDKRGARDKN CHILDREN AGE 3-1-S SIMRES-T1DWKLL: Mr and Mrs Joe Spira of Jones Cret'k announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ciimi Marie, to William K Tidweli Jr., son «f ,\lr arid Mrs William R. Tidwell of Jones Creek. The wedding is planned for 7 p.m. on Dec. 6 a! Gulf Prairie Presbyterian Church. Jones Creek Invitations are extended through the press GIFT GIVING TIME Give a family gift that keeps on /Mcfonlr, Free SO McDonald Hamburgers with every Microwave oven...our gilt to you. Quick, cool, energy-stingy Litton microwave ovens ffl LITTON Mkrowaw Cocking AUTOMATIC DEFROSTER makes Ir 0 «jn UxxK ready toeat foods in a matter of minutes. Juit push a button and foods are defrosted in minutes, which means no more delayed or L-M>> /Wodel 418 $499.95 THE LITTON MINUTE MASTER Model 418 has ttienew Vari-Temp oven control, which is a food temperature — sensor that is inserted into a roast, casserole, or any other food which requires accurate internal temperature, and when the food reaches the pre-set temperature the oven shuts off automatically. Roasts come- out browned and juicy — exactly the wan you want them, and leftovers and casseroles are warmed to a flavorful freshness. And just think the oven does all the work! LITTON VARI-COOK is another outstanding micro-wave cooking innovation — with this particular oven control you get old-fashioned slow cooked goodness at microwave speeds. Cook, roast, simmer, warm even defrost or any setting in between — with microwave ease. Simply dial the cooking speed lhat will produce the old-fashioned flavor you desire. YOU CAN BAKE A BIG TURKEY in about one- fourth the time it would fake in a conventional type oven. You can roast a 8 to 10 Ib turkey a t 8 minutes per pound as compared with 20 per pound with the conventional method, saving 12 minutes per pound. The larger t 7 <ru. ft. oven interiors takeup to a 20 Ib. turkey EASY CLEAN UP - spills and splatters don't adhere to oven walls. Just wipe me interior clean with a damp cloth or sponge. And because you can cook and serve in the same utensil (or even paper plates) there are no pots rind pan*, to wash DIGITAL MICROTIMER is a Litton "first; This 60-second digital con trot lets you set cooking times with precision, and it's easily from up to 15 feet away. THE MODEL 418 offers all of the above mentioned features, plus a bright easy-clean acrylic interior, a 60-minute Micro- Timer digital control, a sealed-in ceramic shell, and «.) black glass see though door. It measures 15" high, ?4 5 32" wide and !6V deep with a 8V USABLE SPACE OVEN. Got A Question About Micro Wave Cooking or Microwave Products — Call Toll Free 800 328 7777, Litton Home Economists will Cheerfully Assist You, Taite an energy-saving Litton Microwave cooking demonstration at our Lake Jackson store each Saturday afternoon in December. The AAINUTEMASTER model 102 ivy Litton is the compact oven that thinks big. II has a large oven Interior to meet most of your everyday cooking netas. It also features an automatic defroster cycle to assure you evenly defrosted food, a 20-minute dial timer, a bright acrylic interior and removable glass shelf that is super lo clean. This model measures 24" wide, deep, and 13 \ W high *£AQ AC The Litton Mlnutemaster model 414 brings back old fashioned slow cooked goodness at microwave speeds, with the Vari-Cook oven control mentioned above. This mode! also features a two-stage, 35-minute timer for easy accurate setting of microwave cooking times, and can be set for seconds or minutes. It has a bronze see through door and interior oven light. Size: 24 5 32" w, W«"d, 15" h. „ Litton.., the way LAKE JACKSON w-mt 30 Circle Way FREEPORT '. fccondSt. IHOLIDAYHOURSI OPEN'TILSPM MON.-FRI. Bartek-Whalen vows exchanged in Clute church A reception in the bride's mother's home followed the ceremony which united Carla J Whnlen and William A Bartek Jr, in marriage on Nov. IS. Thp couple's vow* were led by the Rev. than* Phy in an afternoon ceremony at ifw First Baptist Church of Clute The brick* i» the daufihter of Kixirtnary Sawey of lake Jackson and Donald H Whalen of 1'lalnfield, Jnd Th* bridegroom is the MM of William A Bartek of Lake Jack ton and Is cmployet) in sales at K- rnart Given in marriage by her father the brid« wore a full-length gown of white satin trimmed with law. A law crown held h*r waist- length veil She earriwi a bouquet of white. btu« and purple carnations accented with baby's breath Jacqueline Marcus of l.ake Jackson mved as maid of honor In a formal gown of purple and blue Lynn VVhalen of Lake Jncluon WB.» her «wcr'» flower girl in » full-length dress of ha by blue (fatted SWISS The biMl man wa* Toma» Heaver ul 1-ake Jackson John Seglter ara! Thad Owen were ran dfoligtiier* aw! iwhcr* The newly u?iU sur making Hunt twmc in Uik*- Jackson. M Ml.tt/Kl ' 'St'hHUiu* iM Daman anrwune* the rttgagtfniflt iij>j:«-.wh»t4{ KidrrtJigr of their dAUfthlrf, Hetty !'ha<«' t<* Hnu«r t'Jn'fjn, »<»> tif Mf urn! Mr* Hcl*-*! % (infJi.'K'i Arluttftixs The ««WifltSi»jila «««!<«><• < ji in iv*.- U «» th* HethH IVfihytettart t'tsurrh <?* f-'..i*5 ri;.,'i.;-ntria |mt(Atu-<ri» are (f,i!t'f«Mt thr«uK'< f l ADD-ONE l * m ' NEW OWNiKSHIP SALS « tat lt*l»» llwl *»*<( t« *• Urt Of TMKM' * lj«f* t*f HUBftfU- *«v Mil IVUMRS. mt.UAM \. MAftTt h JH »r«l In iUplul crtrtnun v «• «*l* tfr it Ar«*41i FURTHER REOUCT10NS! 20% * 60%' OH i* X^*r, GROUPS OF INFANTS } &%% WEAR. BOY * GIRLS :*"**.! "*'*• "*• w e A H . TOYS. ' ETC. ETC. ETC, Mi 1\VA«VV*~NO tiUSt.K-iMl. Ml.Ki* NOW A WAY TO SAVI-: BOTH MOiNKY AND TAXES. You can •save money ami UM •> \<,ith i.ur new INDIVIDUAL Kr.llKI.Mi.M \< COUNT (IRA). It's ... s^v.n^ „«,.„„• where you can iavc your ffioiir 1 . l..i >, f.nr retirement arid pay the t.ixes I.tifr when you retire. Basically, the In<livuiual Kein< ;mm At count works thi* way, New ((ovrrruisi. m regulations allow you tc, put ,!-.•• .»\ no t $1500 iir lf)% of your annual m, ,.tnr per year (whichever is Irssj. i! s«.'i'i. rr,s already covered hy a qualified p«-nst.,n or prolii sh,irifi({ plan. II you don't h ..M one of these, you certainly ouijhi '-> i-iki a look at IK A. All the money you save, IM.j.'S ihe uiicu'M you'll earn is tax-tree, n^-hl up i . the !)»•.you retire and when you do, y.m'ii pn.hh' is be in a lower income (ax hr.uke(, \n sht t,tx«.-> will probably be lower when you <!., p.i\ It's quite a plan and we can help \..u g<! started. So if you're interested in IRA. tome the plan - •' '.» "f ««'inplfir W r l,,xr .,,,|y covered ,|, r h iiv .id. uil,,itn,ition air uuilinr - i AMERICAN* SAVINGS AMI l.<l\\ \SSnci VT10N

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