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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 9

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Angleton Police report girl college fund queen AHOLBTON - An Angleton Ctrl htl been named national <p«efi of the UMIed Negro College rtisd for IH4. She It BUM Miles, rtsogh. tef of Mr, and Mm. M. Miles of Aftgttton, Md a MRiw student at Bftneo College in Oil- lit. MIH Mllei was ehoten ift**tt tot Bishop college, and went to OtJry, lad., for ihtna- tloatl «ompttl«lon, at vhleh abe was; named n«tkio«l queen. Some 38 colleges pariielp«ttd in the eompettlion. Graduating at valedictorian of her «t*ts at Marshall High School in Aftgleton In two, Ml** Mite* ha* attended Bit- top College tlnce that time. She plan* to be « high school teacher alter graduation, and I* now doing ttudeot teaehlng in Dalla. StM ha* been ehoeen for a number of other honor* during her four year* at the Dallas college. MM U. S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. - Cadet Ronald U Goody, too of Mr. and Mr*. John G.Gundy Jr.of Rosharon, Us* been named to the Man'* Merit Lit* for outstanding ao- tdamlc aehlevement at the United States Air Force Aead- emy. Cadet Gundy, a member of the Plata of '66 will be i granted additional prlriltgos | and wilt wear the t liver star [ of distinction on his tletv* In recognition of the honor ao! corded him by the academy (data of faculty. The cadet It a graduate of E Angleton High School. FREBFOfrt"»A tejsMtM of tto WO BtoU» « E*« »•*«** asked potteeSetafday to «*te a close patrol d the *»lgh- builMWd at aUgHt 1 beeettse or prowler t leeesjtly, FREEPORT-A CM* matt told Freeport polio* stoat S a.m. Saturday Oat a te» IMI Plymouth has backed MB hi* itBi Ford oa t *lv*>laptrt- lag lot. He saMMtfldaot know Htht Plymouth »»t damaged. FREEPORT-Two call* r*» eelved by police dispatcher around ia : 4B a.m. Saturday were apparently "phony" report*, police said. On* requested the Lake Jackson Emergency Car be tent to a Kyis Road address in Glut* where a man was having a heart attack. The second call reported someone trying to break Into a Gulf Blvd. music store. FHEEPORT-Freeport and Glut* police were asked to be on tht lookout tor taoyt in a 1M» Ford, traveling south on Highway 288 about I2i20 a.m. Saturday. The caller reported the toy • were driving with a ear door open, trying to hit other ears in pasting. FREEPORT - Jams* E. Murphy of North Avenue O wtt charged with simple as- •ault and drunk la private torn* not hi* own about midnight Friday night. Police reported that the as- •ault charge was tiled by a woman who said Murphy had been drinking all day and had been hitting her la the (ace. Officer* stale* that the woman'* face wa* bruited. FREEPORT-A caller, concerned about the safety of boys sitting in the street about 8:10 p.m. Friday In the 400 Block of West Broad, called police to report;Uie matter. Officers said they arrived to find the boys then on the ******», *"»s ro- FftttPORT - Aa a*M»worth «M 4rtiwr#d toy po- ttce to Tommy KUJtanH of »M MMi rn« PrMte* •«•»• FRBRNMt -t fHd Mrs. i. M. beMtt of *IO Aytr* Roed that btrpMrt* h*d MM KM* utf tetMtf in at the Poll** ataUo* by a mid*** of tt* «0 B»Mk of Ea*t Broad. Mr*, wteth, irtio e«me tor her p«r*t Wday, retorted thai about 1*0 «M mt**U« j» i j.. it UVIU lit FREEPORT —A woman told potto* Friday that the man who had been renting tor hoot* on wast math in Freeport had moved awaytak- lag a halMNd and two old BRA«*POftT Mkreh l-« MOHDAT PrUoel* WhoM torael eorn Totted ttttd, ftnegar, oil tfrotalng Strawbtrry thotteak*, whipped topping TUESDAY Turkey, dfw* ting Otbtat gravy Cranberry tauoe OreenbetM Candled *wt*t potato** SCHOOL MINUS Ginger oread, rauta THVWOAT TWUKWY ffttnt, ham .Hal Instrument moth class is planned ewsrst, tr *; <* Cfcurry euMdtr Oulter*d eara ttfttts ortp* Jello FRIDAY Fit* PotetoM Au Grstln, eh**** MOWOAT SpMtottk, m«t utte* SwesonM temaeti C*fefe*f* «t*» Corn (tread, t*M*r C»ke tqnaret, orant* TUESDAY lumbar**™, eb**t* site** Letttet, tomato, ptoale «a- k* Mitd ghee ttrlai potsteet FTttttCUp Hit* *, t«rt at a wrt*f, 11 «*** H> *iur- itew »N>» work, iMtttitai for for taUrr incrMtw. i>it*t *» *nh*ne«t! t* * r**»» <4 tiw o* \(.-ort»v »lutl»tn.. IHiratlon <4 IM C.-uTW will r|t«k Iww* r4 ()*»»• Molls Cherry apple Roast Pork, gravy Candled *w««t |xi<*tt«t Blaekey* pea* FREE PORT-Two boy* were brogght to Ik* Polio* Station for a l»etare,a»d w*r* then released Friday alter po- lie* located them la a dtteh at wett Eighth and Mapto «bout lilt p.m. Recipe NOW AT OUR NEW LOCATION, 401 TARPON INN VILLAGE, " '""- "' ^ CAR SERVICE OFFER Brake .. Adiustrrient • -;ar»d o Wheel Balance i OUR OFFER INCLUDES: e Adjustment of brakes lor' all four wheels and addition of brake fluid if needed * Balancing and weights (or both front wheels • Repack front wheel *,JUST S/VV (Continued from Page 6) out of sag* one*. "My mother always said that It yon guess at amounts, you guest at results," tto said, so sto has tor ingredient* worked outsKactly. DRESSING Corn breadi tan loop buttermilk 1/3 cup water 3/4 teaspoon soda I pint eon meal Do not use taH in bread for dressing-it will to too salty wton othtr •easonlai are added. B*kein400degr*eov*n until medium uruwu. t/3 cup bacon drippings 1 packed cup finely out onions t *Uce* coarsely crumbled t barely rounded table- •poon Morton'* tautage tat- 1 1/1 teaspoons eatery salt 3/4 cup water Saute onions In bacon drip- largo tklllet til limp -DR!VE"1N OR' CALL .crumbled bread tllcet, MS- •onlng* and water. TOM toftttor and cook on medium heat thro* or four minute*, stirring slowly. Combine with corn bread. Tto recipe yields enough dressing for a large ton or duett, out doubto tt for t 10 pound turkey. Dressing may be baked rolled up In a bun* steak or between two steaks wrapped in toll. A cup 1 of oysters may also be added, or tto dressing may be *erv*d with glblet gravy mad* of on* can of cream of chicken soup and three- fourtht can of water to *• package of froson liver* and on* of glasardt, ttewtd til tenter and flnoly etoppsd. Tto gtt>krtgravyl**»wU*ttt wteo other meat 1* not being cooked, and children usually lov* It, Mrs. Prattor reports. BARBECUESAUCE a gar tic clows, put through guile prett 3 teatpooni UquW smoke t tablotpoon sugar S U-oaio* Uottlts catsup I 6-ouno* Jar prepared mustard a bottles Worctotter shirs taucs •' , 1 cup bacon fat or Wesson oil Poor ingrodlsots togsttor in » bowl tad tost lor two minutes with totter. Split broilers or dip tiut- np cMakm ptecos in sauce, tten bartwew m«at slowly, swabtting fi»ojit»Uy wHfc WBDNESDAY Corn dog, mustard Baked bean* Potato chip* Pineapple pudding THURSDAY Ma barbeeued chicken Cheese sticks Potato sated Engllthpeat * Cranberry crunch FRIDAY Fith sticks, tartar sauot Partley buttered potato** Cabbage, carrot talad Cherry oobbltr ANGLETON MONDAY Hot dog* Frllot Plato beans Buttered spinach Apple cobbler TUESDAY Roast, gravy Buttered rloe Green bean* Peanut butter cookie* Apple sauce Hot rolls WEDNESDAY Meat loaf Froten black eye peas Macaroni, tomatoes Fruit Jello THURSDAY Turkey, dressing Cranberry sauoe Candled yam* June peas ~» Fruit Hot roll* FRIDAY Salmon croquette* Catsup Pork beans Frtf*. , , t /. .,v ? Blond* brownie* , ; ' ' WC-BRA20R1A MONDAY Porkpattte* Buttered rice Green Beans Rolls Peach halves TUESDAY ,i Veal cutlets Brown gravy Hashed potatoes Apple celery salad Whtit rolls Plaeappl* vanilla pudding WEDNESDAY Hamburgera Cheese slices Lettuce, tomato, ptckl* salad Pinto bean* DAKBURY MONDAY Spegtottl, m*wt Splnaeh SUced tomatoes MX* TUESDAY HottomalM Pinto beant Tosssd sated Spanish rte* Peaches WEDNESDAY Beet stew * Buttofvd.ourn Hot roll*, butttr THURSDAY Corn dogs, muntaul of another meat) Potato talad Pork be uu Buttortcoteh tquar*» FRIDAY Chicken talad on lettuce or toasted ch*#t* sandwich** Potato chips English ptM Peaeh cobbler to* *3 which «»»r» *lll be »«nmpr»- rrvtev <4 arHhmttle. , and IritMwnftfT. (wo nnhU |*r •»<>», ihiw* »i>«rs per nifM, th* ectn-M *llt termiiut* in Uto \U>. Meetnt RltM» *r» Mt«dny *nd Ttramtiy nf *«eh w*eli. nw mtih OMITW ttthenrrt in a **riM «4 coOT*e*pl*Med by nratii*|xirt C 001 m unity c»u»t» to oMer traiaiiu t<> «|VP t<> rtiple, empkiywi »»)• Imlurtry * (TMter IBHUM IMo the why *ml hnw of their K*». RcglatralMi tee I* »t! ptw the lettbmk coil. Ktqulslle rarttlll* gl»*» rtlah ci>'npt»»» with server moa«*i«l on b»li»»»». . m«» t» «w>« u a «*»dy dirt v«o. .th» i«rf»«« «m PUHl'S FURNITURE CO. 1410 CUUIH II 7-1110 417 N. HWt. Ml ANM Services held for G. Casey WEST COLUMBtA-Fumr- sl servtoss tor a former Wett Columbia and Brasotport resident, George Dewey Casey, . «s, were held at 3 p.m. Saturday In the Columbia Methodist Church with Dr. James Keff and tto Rev. 1. N. Snow officiating. Burial wts In tbt Cedar Lawn Haven of Rest Cemetery tor* under direction of Baker Funeral Home. ' Casey died Friday morning at Ben Tanb Hospital in Houston after a lengthy illness. 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