Robert Barns Grocery 1948
| Home-Town i Bakery Goods j\i Iffiriis Hume Town Bakery Products, kiwwn to iKT.syis who have itscd (hem *'or their frc-'-linevJ- mid m>yd flnvor, have now become a regular part of the stock of the Barns I Grocery. 321 North Locust, nccord- j iiif; to Robert Barns, owner of the j st'irc. 'Hie.sc products tiro sold by only one uhtfr retail merchant In I>»n- ton, but lari;c numbers of them are used rcnularly by the dormitory cafeterias at North Texas Khitp College. Marie by the Home Town Bakeries. Gainesville, the list of these products include nut';, cnk'w. pies, breads of nil kinds, buns, ,-md several other delicacies. The Barns Grocery, a life-saver for many Denlon housewives- who have been rnimht with P bare cupboard on Sundays ami at night, is open seven days a week from 7 a. m. until 11 p. m A complete stock of staple and fancy gorceries. luncheon meats, notion.-?, school supplies, fruits, and magazines Is carried by the firm.