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)age 4 .................... ..........-.......-.-.-.:.-.:...:.:.:.:.:, ::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: ::::: :::: ::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .:,:.:.:-.:.:. .:.:, .:.:.: ..... ...................,................... ...... Did You Know? By Lu Ten Napel There seems to be nothing more fascinating to hold than one of those beautiful antique paperweights. The first paper- weights in France are said to have been made at St. Louis about 1820, but these were crude in comparison to the beautiful detailed weights that were signed and dated 1845 or later. The camel silhouette signifies St. Louis more than any other glasshouse. It's favorite flower must l-rove been the aster, Fall-blown and in several colors, and they were also the source of fuchsias and dahlias. Typical of their artistic originality and fine workmanship is the hollow crown weight, the first and the finest came from St. PART TIME HELP WANTED Good Pay, Retirement, Insurance Benefits, Work Uniform furnished. Earn from $50.00 to $90.00 for one weekend per month. Call SGT. Gary R. Slatun, Texas Army National Guard Recruiter.214- 396-2981, Kerens, Texas, Louis. They also made the egg-shaped pieces known as ladies hand coolers, or less romantically as stocking darners. At Clichy, France, between 1840 and 1870 paperweights were as varied as those from Baccarat, but there is some- thing about a clichy that makes it look quite different from other weights as interpreted by Baccarat. A pink or white cane or set-up, resembling a rose or a rose- bud, there may be only one of many canes, or an important part of the design. A clichy millefiori weight almost always has one rose cane and the design is often arranged against a solid color ur lacy back gund. Some clichy paperweights were signed with a black, green or red "C" in a cane and more rarely with "clichy" in tiny letters. Few were dated how- ever as were so many Baccarat weights. Exceptional workmanship and beauty produced by the famous old firm of Baccarat in northeastern France, com- posed of slender, multi- colored rods, also called set.ups, canes or floweretes. FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY FEED.SEED.FERTILIZER Call Collect 214-396-2881 or 396-2282 CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREADING Kenneth Lewis West Hwy. 31 Owner Kerens. Texas INMON PROCESSING PLANT Custom Only State Insp. CE-280 Added fascination came from faceting or cutting of plane surface on the exterior; rich- ness camerom an overlay of colored or" milk-white glass and sometimes a double overlay, and then faceted to let the colorful design to be seen through clear glass. Silvery portraits or medallions made of fine china clay were also enclosed in crystal. The record price of $16,320, fetched at Sotherby's in the early 1970s for a Baccarat millefiori, was topped six months later when a chichy lily-of.the-valley weight went for $20,400 there. An extra- ordinary St. Louis clear glass weight sold for $10,000. Another sale of past 1940 weights proved that prices for modern weights are also holding firm, the range was from $25 to $440 healthy figures for new weights. No two antique paper- weights are identical, and the Venetian glass blowers made the first weights. By the 1850s skilled workmen moved from Italy, France and England to the U.S. The new England Glass Co. produced free-blown and molded fruit weights, also gtm glass turtles and the very different Jersey rose and a lilly, as well as pressed and cut glass ones. Apsley Pellat of England, patented a process for sulphide portraits, and Christopher Pinchbeck, a clock-maker, introduced an alloy imitation of gold which was used in both English and French weights. Tiffany paperweights and his similar but large door- stops, produced in the early 1900s, bear his name (Louis Comfort Tiffany} or his initials and sometimes the word Favile, which means hand-wrought. Modern paperweights pro- duced by Paul Yeart in Scotland and Charles Kazium : Hwy. 309 So. Call Sonny After 5:30 p.m. of the U.S. base many of their Ph. 396-2629 is on the mo, flowers and butterflies so PITTSBURGWPAINTS SUN.PRO01  LATEX FLAT PAINT popular in the 1800s. The' artistic quality produced by these two craftsmen are" ranked as equal to those of master glass blowers in France a century ago. Glassmakers used some of their most glowing paper- weights as bases for vases, bottles and penholders, and articles such as mantel orna- ments, wineglasses, tumblers, ink bottles and of course the beautiful door knobs. There are even buttons and jewelry, and would you believe large marbles or "aggie" with swirls, ribbons or a sulphide animal. My "aggie" has a white elephant. And my most with built-in Acrylic Flexibility Stretches and shrinks w tampera|ure and humidity changes heists cracking and peeling Fade resistant colors Mildew resistant paint film White $ ev.qmn-mlxml ol,s smqf W.g McKEE LUMBER Co. pr "aggie" plays football for the Detroit Lions. "Open 'til 4:00 Saturday" . 31 E. Phone i Subscribe Top Quality name brand clothing for men and boys-all at everyday low discount prices. Best of Spring styles for Easter at tremendous savings. RAY'S DISCOUNT STORE "The store your Friends and Neighbors told you about" 215 North Beaton Corsicana NEWS-BANNER ' March 31, The Cooking Comer By Amy Don't Throw Away ExtraSeeds-Sprout 'am For Reci If your thumb is green and your appetite keen for good fresh vegetables, I know where you've been the past few days - working in the garden. Just thinking of the tiny fresh cucumbers, juicy red tomatoes, green peas and new potatoes makes weed pulling not quite so tedious. But I'm not going to talk about the good things you'll get from the seeds you plant this spring, I want to talk about the good things you can get from the seeds you don't plant. If last yeas was your first time to plant a garden, chances are you planted enough to feed the neighbor- hood, and are proceeding .......................................... ...,.......,...-.-.-.-..,..-,,.', 3...... much more cautiously this year. But still, you'll probably have seeds left over. Don't throw them away - or try to save them for next year. Sprout them for a delicious vegetable. All seeds will sprout with very little trouble in just a few days. You can buy a sprouter for about $12 that makes the whole process quite simple, or you can use either of the two methods described below and it won't cost you anything except for the cost of the seeds, which you probably would have thrown away anyhow. Jar Method An empty, wide-mouthed 'n' +++++, See Tell iiii+ BY Lois Williams +::++ With all this frog stran- gling rain we've had recently, a girl needs something bright and new to drive away the drearies. One sure way for a lady to cure herself of drizzle- day depression is to rummage through all the new spring fashions on display in any one of Cedar Creek Lake's nice dress shops. They are bulging with new Easter duds in bright colors that cheer up the day, no matter how many dark clouds are hanging around outside. In Seven Points at Emmie Finley's Leisure Corner shop, your spirit just naturally gets a boost when you see all the "Sunshine Bright" coordi- nates by Preception. They make you want to go right home and pack away those dull winter things. Down in Malakoff, Don- nell's Fashions "Sun and Fun Off.The-Loom Fashions" will put a lift in any gals life. Even if you only find a new scarf, it will make the raindrops falling on your head seem a minor annoyance. If you are in the Mabank area, Ann's House of Fashion is another ladies wear store that will make your doldrums fade away. Ann has a wise eye when selecting stock and all those flower garden colors put a special sparkle in a feminine eye. Next door, in the ltip Hugger shop, there is another rainbow of colors to raise a girl's morale. Everyone knows the sunshine follows a rainbow. Not far away, Paula's is another place that chases away the rainy day blues. After an hour of browsing through the pretty summery dresses and neat sports clothes in easy care fabrics, your dreams of lazy summer days seem nearer. In the Gun Barrel City --v..-.-bWaauin, Plaza at M&M Fashions, you'd think the Easter Bunny Macrame r.h00 at work with his vmuw ++magic paint pots. Marge and The Division of Contin- uning Education of Hender- son County Junior College will offer an 18 hour non- credit course in Off-the Loom Weaving and Macrame. The classes will meet each Tuesday beginning April 12, through May 17, 1977, from 6;30 9;30 p.m. at the Country Fair, 105 North Terry, Malakoff, Texas. The instructior for the course will be Ms. Carva Beidler. The fee for the course will be $12 with a maximum enrollment of 16. Each person enrolling will furnish scissors, darning needle, tape measure, spiral notebook and all other supplies. Preregistration is required and may be completed by calling Ms. Beidler at the Country Fair in Malakoff at 489-0287. Exercise Class Offered The Division of Continu- ing Education of Henderson County Junior College will offer a six-week Women's Exercise Class beginning April 5, through May 12, 1977. The course will consist of rope jumping, floor exercises, and jogging. Emphasis will he placed on general physical fitness. Other information may be+ obtained by calling the Division of Continuing Education, 675-6212. Maury Waiters must be tired of the long, cold winter too for they have chosen the latest spring and summer fashions in an artists pallette of glowing colors to offer their many satisfied patrons. Also in Gun Barrel City you can gladen your eye and forget the bad weather glooms while you see what the Easter rabbit has stashed in The Clothes Closet and The Rags for Dolls shops. You'll feel better just looking, trying on and maybe discovering that your budget can survive the purchase of something new and pretty and it's bound to be cheaper then a psychi- atrist's bill. If you are the type that likes those colorful western shirts and demim jeans, Doss and McDougalds Variety store in Kemp will put a gleam in your eye. They carry Wrangler shirts and jeans in sizes to fit every member of the family. The perky gingham checks, stripes, pretty patterns and solids all look great with comfortable blue jeans and remind us that rodeo days are here. That always banishes the gray from a Texan's day, no matter how many April showers try to rain on your parade. quart jar makes a good sprouter for growing about cup of seeds (you can mix varieties such as squash, cucumber, and pumpkin, or different kinds of peas and beans). Soak seeds in water for about 12 hours, using four times as much water as seeds, and leave in dark place. Drain completely {liquid is good for cooking and full of vitamins) and put in jar. Secure a 5 by 5 inch piece of cheesecloth or section from an old pair of hose, over the top of the jar with a heavy duty rubber band. The cloth will keep the sprouts from drying out and facilitate their rinsing. Rinse the seeds daily, then tilt jar and let water drain out. If the jar is transparent, cover it with a brown paper bag, or keep it in a dark place such as a kitchen cabinet, leaving the door open slightly so fresh air can circulate. Keep the jar tilted until the next rinsing. Seeds should germinate wil:hin two to three days and be ready to eat as soon as they have reached the length your prefer Taste them pc casionally because some sprouts sweeten with age, and some get bitter. Paper Towel Method Soak your seeds for 12 hours according to" above, then put a layer of seeds between two layers of moist paper towels in colendar and dampen daily with water from a spray bottle. This method is best for gelatinous seeds such as oats, flax, and almonds. Incidentally pumpkin sprouts are big, sweet, and delicious. Sprouts can he added to salads for taste and texture are delicious in sandwiches - especially tuna and alfalfa sprouts - or cooked as a vegetable. Following is out way to use large sprouts such as pumpkin or mung bean. This is a very easy to prepare Chinese dish. SHRIMP CHOW DUN 1 cup diced raw shrimp [you can subsitute canned shrimp, but it won't be quite as flavorful] cup each canned or fresh sliced mushrooms, and chop- ped green onion '/2 cup sprouts 2 T salad oil 8 eggs '/4 teaspoon monosodium glutamate [Accent] V2 t salt pepper Heat the oil in a frying pan [a wok would be better if you have one] and cook the vegetables for 3 minutes. If you use canned shrimp, add them later and just warm through. Beat the eggs in a bowl with the Accent , salt, and some pepper, just enough to mix. Pour eggs over the vegetables, distributing them as evenly as possible. Turn heat very low, and cook just until the eggs begin to set. They should be moist and creamy, Serve at once. Makes a generous six helpings. This is an delicious luncheon can also add a over vegetables such or carrots. The color, texture, and YWAY UPH Free Pick Up Quality 214-425-3967 Eustace .... ii l!il ! I Hey!! Have You Heard What's New In Seven Points? 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