The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 5, 1971 · Page 30
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URASSOSPORT PACTS, Prwport, Texas, Sunday, December 5,19tl, Section It, P«ge« Menus... < Conl inucd from Page 5) •••SWEENY MONDAY; Chill, beans; buttered corn; cabbage slaw; W» «t on »nd fell*** Wtdtfln* C»K« FREE. CHOCOLATE CREAM PIE >1" LARGE SELECTION OF PARTY COOKIES KARL'S BAKERY 1WM E. Mulberry S<9-7<m.\nKlcton chocolate pudding; crackers. TUESDAY; .Barbecue beefburger; pickles, onions; pork and ben its; corn chips; fruit nut bar, WEDNESDAY: Breaded veal cutlets; steamed rice, gravy; fruit gelatin; hot rolls. THURSDAY: Hamburgers; hamburger salad; potato chips; Florida fruit cup, FRIDAY: Chicken and dumplings; English peas; tossed salad; tee cream cup. Giblet stuffing To make giblct stuffing, simmer turkey giblets with seasonings two to three hours. Remove liver after 10 to 20 minutes. Drain, reserving broth, chop coarsley. Saute three- fourths cup chopped onion and one cup chopped celery in one-half pound butter or margarine. Add to one Happy Birthday to: ZITA LANTHIUl 1 . MRS. MAC WtlKKLKH, OENMS SIMS. BAHRARA PARKS, LILLIAN SHARP. B'KENOA 8CIIUT- TK. RAYMOND GQOOK, D. W. BACICA. PETER WAYNE CUNNINGHAM. BARBARA UTLEY OSLEN. JAMES DAVID QIMNN. WILLIAM LIN HUMPHREY. DON U'UIXiKNS, MEVIL EUGENE GILBERT, KELLY DEAN GREER. Happy Anniversary to: Mr, ami Mrs. J. V. HOWARD. pound bag of herb seasoned stuffing. Use butter or oleo called (or in package directions lo same vegetables and use broth • Wrap Up Christmas Perfectly In a Kobe trwit M*A A pr*tty tramr tot mjI i*ujtf «* tM««<M<M . *** m* i • : 1, INC. 0 K E S S SHOP M> MO*tM ttUkKO ft. ANCUTOH. TtA*«l 7JJIJ PMCfit Ml «J51 Miss Badger feted with bridal shower AMGLKTON - A bridal shower honoring Mlw Kalhy Badger, bride elect o( Danny Barclay of SlUbee wa* held recently In the Fellowship Hull of the Pint United MethodUl Church In Angtaion. Mlw Uadtter U the daughter of Mr, ami Mrs, J. R. Badger d Angleton. Her fiance U the ton of Mr. and Mrs J, H, Barclay of Sllsbw. They are both (twknto at the Unlver ilty of Texas at Austin, Hostcssc* for the went were; Mm Clou Melteynohb, Mr*, UulM Praiak, Mr* BilUe Legit. Mr* Twinie Mar Bottoms, Mm, Opal Sloan, Mm. Francw MctHiK, Mr* Iris Urunc, Mr*, Jomiyft Welndorri, Mn. Ko*le Obethctman, Thirty gue»l» intended Special gueat* were: Mr». J, II, Dadger. mother of Ihe l>rld<M0-bo; Mr», W, A Barclay Jr., nioUwr of the prospective- bridegroom; hi* grandmother, Mm. W, A. Ua relay 8r.; Mn OurUv Hogm of Piano, MiM ttedie Jane Nadjter of Angleion wtw rt-gUtered lite guwt*; ami Mr», Larry Towiwend of Alvin Cu«*u were rrgutvrrd at & table cowed with a white liwn cloth whivh ItrM a miniature bride doll The bride'* color* of red ami ftrwn were chwien (or Ihe color theme, On the serving (able wan a while In* brunch < Iwtding red earwillwut awl rwl and white pemxrrmlnl ear- nallow with red Ixw*. English Ivy entwined th* tree and «m rounded the crystal punch btwl, Crystal niHKHiitinciHs were um<d for (Continuedon I' OPEN TIL 8:00 P.AA. WACKER'S |»ll\YM<>\\ S I \KI I M »»M'\ DISTINGUISHED VISITOR to the P-rajofport schools Wednesday and Thursday was Mrs, Annette Cuenthcr, right, ctxisullanl in language art* and early i:)iilU}iixx) education in Bucks County I'ubtic School*. lX»>lwto**n. Pa,. Mrs Gunxiier was tu-rv visiting l)r I'tvilta Wackstock. left. ti> work ous piaft 1 * (ur Ihr \'ff2 Conf kTrwe for the American Assnctatioo o< Ktitiutitary. Kin- derKartrn. Nursery Ktluc;tti)rt of whitft «hr t» prc»kt*nl Dr. Blitckstock is \yi£ ronfrrvncv cluirnuin Mn, CiUvrulKT ^(wki' v>\\tt Mtaol .utmtiuitr jior> iwul iufwr- visors un o{X'ti eitucutiuft. liwlu Coutuv ittiiwL* l>avc adopted I he upcn cviucaliwt pUn ami Mr* Ciumttur (u» visutiil Knftlund a numlxT nl uiitci (uotwiT-. v in ihr Inl.in! Schools there. «herc opcti ttiucjtitm La Leche League forms new group KK JACK-SO.N - The newly or^anizetl t,akc Jackson Group o< t^i Uthe Ix-agu* will hold (U first mevting en Thursday at 10: »j am. at th* home of MM Kay Shcpard. R. N.. 1C* Chrtinul The name. \jt l.echc, w Spanish and means "the Milk". A non-sectarian, nonprofit orgamiatior,. the U-aguc's purpose '» lo help encourage "good mothering breast/ceding." Announcing jtroup *ill m<r{ on Thuridaj* in A wrics of lour mestinjt* Kj«h meeting uill <Jiicu>«, in- y, a Mttrvnt phase o< Topic for the lirst nwtriin»{ Advan!a|j(» oi bn-j<itfcvttin# tu Mother ami IThiM Dttcuuhm leader «ilt b<- Mrn K-i> S»wp4r«l H .S" All wonwn who are In UTciii'4 in nursing their bubi» arc invited, *» arc ihvir "You ix«d not t< or ocn Jwvir a (D Jitrrvl H jaj jrr 4 (Continued on f ewelry" can makg youf Christmas as bright as the Christmas Shopping can Ix- tun We hive gifts fur evi-ryune Silver and t^lass for sisti-r Sue A what-cha-ma-call-it lor ou know who 107 NORTH PARKING PUCE DOWNTOWN UKE JACKSON ^ THE OPENING B & H MUSIC CO 1008 GULF BLVD. FRKFHDRT 233-3121 HARRY HARRIS-OWNER FORMERLY THE H & H MUSIC CO. 1008 GULF BLVD. FREffORT 233-3121 EVBOTHING'S IHE SAME EXCEPT THE NAME New Owner's Specials Just In Time for Christmas,,, RIGAL TWPL&PKXUP GUITAR GIFT CENTER KKAIJSI-; GIFT SHOP... for the gifts thut $99 95 RGAL GUITAR HI-FI & EQUIP.^RECORDS for fn\ncisct\ti e<\rlhemu t \re I *-fc •« 1^ A W% ^ dish'.v.-r.m.-! ,.!(,., h-ahly r.hi;» r : +jm m**r**. WL* ^w • • • Vtt \\ ,,,.,,.,., tf ,, zc „, j. j; |». ; -,,,,,,,.,, it Fran else.in I 1 ', .vrtlu-n v.'.i:i -S't!iri':r Set— s:!'-'i'>. r. p; JAuy f S %<X) SIOWJ KRAMUSE Santa Light ; fttiie leiioA will add 0 ivtur.'.-c.i! nole lo youi holiday decutdison'. Handmade in the (me Fcnton liadition. cd'h n complete with candle HOP VUU tJt'SlTSr lU'lltT... "TOK CHK1SIMAS STOHK"u«« k ,o« (ainoU* panic* like Hu»»el Slo^rr (and). |iu(>crUI <tn4 V rutuii Cliumear, liummrl H«uriiic-» and 1'liilc*. N'uriliikc t hU)». (iritidi Sterling Cologne. OnriiU and (.uihiiin Sialnlr»»-

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