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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, March 4, 1964
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Lenten season brings unexpected dividends in good things to eat THI FACTS cfc 4. PAW 3 I powM ncvtta the*** t/ttoMFMMMtt 1/4 t«**|k* rill M*M*oMI *tlh M |m,« tlUWI, *•«« *twvt I UM». •pnMM enr ***k. Art MI* Mtf. IB n****<i >h«i. i to*****. <mi t CM* (» MM mato **•** tor hom*makm MRS. MARVIN MEIER Th* former Miss Margaret Oene MMUMy U*lr eUliM M * 000k by teaming to* hi to*** ft* rtleho* last* Ilk* goarmrt tar*. Hearty ebovdcr*, d*ti*ato oreiraed disk**, ettMky Ml. •tin and appaUatngDrettodfUli »rt *ll good nilif. You may find that one* Utt U ovor, lb*o* dt*he* Mil •tar ritfct an row OMMM tin IW tU th* month* of tt»|**r, OM rooip* wMoh «itt iteft you off on yaw fish ooekl** eour** in ftoo *trto» whotnor you MTV* M to family or to frtmd*, I* to deltaic** II win prow th* WMXpOOted dlVMMd «h«i • uat, properly obowrv *d, «ui brine. Thin spaghetti I* combined with • ortwn OMMO and MI ehunki ot nlmoo. Up to that point iff food, »lr!|M, but when you add th* •xtra ingr«dtoote of grated Swiaa or Oruyer* eh**** ud th* nip of t»nty mustard, you'** lifted It oat of lh*or- Otto* Mto «OHM*JaaC dl*t«M- iWO. lt'« war to****, too. sp«f » MM* eoojftVtboeesier, you've mid* er**m MM** tUw* th* first y»*r u Mth *e>»ol, *td UMM tUi, to M** work, W ta* |^ loot) flak* aM A I pe»»* OM M Raima* Hq*M ptu mitt to BTM* I**) OhOOw* *JS* pTOOls** th* br**durw*lM to Mound*. w**t to s*m with it? Net toe mtrt, liiaao*! Uw hearty •BOftMttl, uumtlsOd with tb* protot* of tb* Ah**** and u). men (Mlmoii 1 * Jwt ehookrttt of MrtrUlw IMMHM, ineM**- utf te milk w la* , r*«Uy m«kM t on*- l/t dry ffltt*tard tOv9 Wttlb wW fll WCV (Mi Hr^ VV ™ •deron^a. Two lateatr*M> «4 b*kM| dll* and bak* M a pr*k**lod 3t9 dacr** F. ovan IW tO mix***. SarrM ». SALMON CANKKtONI i/t 1/4 «*B I/I e*p fr*t*« ba*tl 1/1 paw* twit* or Crar*r« I pout B»n xaaQHti froth broad orwnb*. U t I 1-pQdnd can firibwd Md ftak*d Cook m*M*oMI la tmll«f • alt*d *«(*r will Mwbr. DraM. aM rla«» ra «>M ».. tor. Cnmbia* aabncn, rieoH* eh****, MM, pjp^r. r*df»p- ptr aane*. and dill w**d, nm b**t Mill SHADE TtECS » WMplrkj Mulbtrff** • Stive* t*of Moctl* CITRUS TtECS SHRUBS • T«moto& MonH i* * ***h*»t*(t n r. on**, ft* » i» j <*UWte*. USE PLEXIIU MOP Duct pointed w«IU m wnlltl rownl with w*»h«bt» p*p*t or | fabrk from IH* floor UP A lie) itunty mop with n*«n>i« h**d| far tvtllnt mio CWIWM u m fr»t for «» |ob. A Pltfm Tr AZALEAS BKAZOSPORT Ywi ml|M «Mt • erup tr««n otUd, with * yot, MITM ertapotrrot itripo MM owdlAoww ftoworotowltt jut MM ud Mmo Uriobteok OtlVM. TWt dlab aoodt no tpolo- tt** t wtwthor it'* Mrtod (or Of IPNPMW IM HojlW from e*» at ttAO fMHMHflfU( CVp ud add mitt to moaaw* I ««pa. to MM«PMI iMtt b«t> tor, allr in flow, and eook, alirrlni, Nttl mtatw* ti Oradwttr a«r in Uq«M and eook, •ttrrtm, wUt aane* u •mooth and tMokoaod. Slir In matter* and aaH. Add okooM and aUr mill Me/er-Massey vows are said in Sweeny cfiurch ceremony I SWEENY - Mlsa Manarat Can* Maaaay andMarvtnMal- •r wer* united in marrlaf* In a eorOmony In th* First Methodic Church In 8w**ny at 4 p.m. Satwday. , Th* Rov. J. Carr P*el tod th* coupl* in tlwlr doubto ring weddlnf rlto* before an altar decorated with a dnftebukot of white gladioli and pink dock . .which waa flanked with spiral [Weandolabra. Adding to th* church decor were potted pink hydrangea and white mum*. Tlw bride la th* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.A.Maaaey Jr. ofSw*eny l andherfroom'a ptrinta are Mr. and Mr*. Otto A. Meier of Brasorla. For Sir w*ldto«,!h*i>rid* «.ehoM *. ctrooi lmgtt> white, 1 '' laceHrrffc '*t»l*a A almpto- Une*. which *he^ com- pl*m*nt*d with a toe* pillbox hat trimmed with lrW**c*nt •oqulna and a ahort Mil. She carried atartdalbouquet of feathered eamatloni aad ataphanotla ecnterod with a * CUS NICHOLS, minister of ' th* Sixth Avenue Church of Christ a Jasper. Ala., will be the speaker for thecon- * eluding lecture tonight, fourth In a series sponsored by sewiv area Churches of Christ. Nichols' topic lv. . win be "Motivating Young. Men to Prewn," The lec- *;r> tar* will begin at 7:30p.m. r4> tn nrasosport High School tti . Auditorium. Nichols is a member of Ik* Board of Trustee* otchUdbawnOr- phans Homo oi Alabama i Ourlsflan College, and Is a j (Haff ^member of **v*ral 5 Mllflou* puhllcrtliin*. CAUHDAR candldato* lor o*, snbWtoUi* of *h* Dwnoeratt* ->u*a iteoitma* ptUnarr ttootton* ol May I, Ittt. (Wkor* ao party ictadteat* ' o4 MM ottdMat* toPomo- M. white orchid. Th* eoupte'ionly attendant* w*r* her atater, Mlaa Janet Ma***<r, and hi* brother, Uonard Motor of AlMn. Mlaa Maoooy waa atttrod In an off-white onp* dr*a« de- algMd with * bhmaan top. She won tomon y*llow acceiao- rlM and. a yellow cymbldlum orchid. Mr*. Masaay oho** a blu* two pleeo ault for her daughter'* w*ddlng. 8h* aoeeaao- rlcod her *n*emble with th* earn* blu* a* her atill and wor* a yellow roaebud cor- aag*. Mr*. Meier cho** for her •on'* w*ddlnc a teal bin* ault which ah* al*o complemented with, black acceaaorlea, white gl<>T** and eornfeoVof y*»ow gladioli tad atoek Hut WON arrangod to *abano* tho flro> plac* ootttof. White tapor* In oryatal hoktera w*r*d*eorat- ed with Bogllah Ivy and clua- ten of grom grapes w*r* th* focal point of th* firoplM* mantel. Th* brtdo'o tabto, laid with an *mbroldorod outwork llnon cloth, was centered with gladioli and *took that were ar- rangod In a U Fottto Angcrt "The home -of th* bride'* parent* wa* the otttlng forth* roeoptlon following th* ceremony. A pink and white color •elwm* wan carried out with Th* traditional wedding oak*, eryotal and allver punch and coff** Mrvlces completed thetabto'odoeor. Th* coupl* will mafc* their home In Angtoton wh*r* ho I* employed by th* county'* Engineering Department, and ah* win commute to Hoturton where,.ah*..u ,*.ooplwmoro>., th* vnlvoralty of Houston. He graduated from nigh school in Wort Columbia and attended Wharton county and AlTln junior Cotl*g*s. ,,,..-,,,... -,A. .' ....«i. •-** j«n - aPAOHETTt TAKES a Untoa turn whan bawa wnn chunks ot canned calmon and grated eh**** In a,«r*amy •auo*. »'• oainr to mako, too, aad you may find that ono* Lent I* om, thla dlah win May right on your menu ll*t tor all Uw month* of tho ye«r. ALWAYS RR8T QUAUTY SPECIAL *• ttittrts! § IMS w PENNEY'S 19" ROTARY WITH FULL BAFFLED UNDERDECK SPECIAL! fcp. 4 oioto MR* Mid 36 The mower the* give* ym f*rt*r, of wy f^BHi X*Mp<ftQ yow con* VOOWOCO M* HW^Qf ( O^H OH^MOt CO^fl* ovor to fftt to thomt ComfortabJo T*(ypo hondU U chromt olaiod •Tj^aa^M IM aa> lntnLt •**! ^^«a^a*l WI*W *fl v DDQfl! fVQ VfHHVWI lldllh. Charg* II al Pmtncy'i CHARGE ITI SHOP PENNEY'S EVERY NIGHT TIL 9:00 P.M. 1/21 W. 2ad FHEPORT, TKAS v *- *>L PfNNEY'S "PAClSiTTER" t ,- '• PATIO VALUES! v £* WrMMMII0l AlumliuNnl Packed wUh etp*nalv*iiu«ltl» ft>(lurv«!C>MM 'em up. Tkere'a more wei*taf-»td.r w»b- bliigt I* atrap* to lh» chair*. 81 lu Uw chaise. . .awl ihey'r* « full Z l/l"l Th» frame* arv I ' dlam*i*r-lwa»y-r*infomHii Mad* lo w*iik*r all weather, tiring ilwrn <«* a**>in after Mason, rr**h (l*«n and «Mlr. UgMw*lfM aluminum. r»MlM C'htlr 21" w. i SO" *. FnMInt ChaiM, X" *. « ''I" t. FOIWM6, 5 WEB CHAISE 41 CHAIR

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