The Hearne Democrat from Hearne, Texas on June 20, 1952 · Page 3
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The Hearne Democrat from Hearne, Texas · Page 3

Hearne, Texas
Issue Date:
Friday, June 20, 1952
Page 3
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THE HEARNE DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1952 JD NEW Round Bobbin Electric portable Brazos Bottom Bits ; ATIAS SEW-VAC STORES, Inc. ', \ 1506 MAIN « HOUSTON j ii NAME. AD08ESS- tlTY_ _r«ONE_ WE SELL FOR LESS WHY PAY MORE ILLER' 5-10-25C STORE S THE RED FRONT STORJ3 By Mrs. M. M. Ottea , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vivian, Mrs. Charles Head and son, Charles Jr. of Houston were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ottea during the last week. Mrs. Alton Wallace was a guest of Mrs. Joe N. Salvaggio for an | afternoon tea in the interest of the ' Cancel- Crusade. | Friday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Collette were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Degelia of Bryan and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Catina of, Dallas. j Mrs. Anthony Denena was hostess to Mrs. Wilton Hicks and Mrs. Ross Cash for a tea in the interest of the Cancer Crusade. Mrs. Joe Degelia and Mrs. Joe Forrara completed the group. Mrs. Robert Russell's group included "Mesdames Frank Hall and Geo. Sisson with Mesdames Fritz Hairston and Fred Sherman completing the group. A similar group with Mrs. Tony Accurso as hostess included Mrs. Joe Collette and Mrs. Luke Collette Jr. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ottea were Mr. and Mrs. Charles La Rocca, Miss Nancy Ray Campise of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Viviani of Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Collette Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nigliazzo and son, Mark, of Hearne visited ' in Dallas over the weekend as guests of Dr. and Mrs. Luke Nig- liazzo and Mrs. Sam Fazzio. ! Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ottea Jr.' visited in San Antonio over the weekend. Mrs. Charles Murff, who will make her home there, accom-1 panied them. Mr. Murff, a member' of the U. S. Air Force, is stationed at Kelly Field. ! Mr. and Mrs. Amos Stihomk and children, Amos Jr. and Teresa, of ; Houston were weekend guests of j Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ottea. Teresa j returned here on Tuesday and will j remain for several weeks visiting | in the home of her grandparent?.' Although summer doesn't oi'fi- '• cially begin until June 21 we have ! had a good example of summer' weather during the week. • Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Allen and son, Bob. of Bryan visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Houston Young. sister, Mrs. W. M. Taylor ami fami- 1 son, Norman Jr.. Mrs. White 1y for the past two v,< ( <k-. j Lowery and Miss Ccneviove Brady ---------- 'attended the wedding of Miss Ma- Have you tried Ftoarne Laund- I I'i'l Hall and Frank McMillan ,Ir.. Mrs. L. H. McWilliams and s n, Keith, returned this week from Long Beach, California where they had been visiting Mrs. McWilliam's erettp for your carefree washday? Phone BIO. 48-tfp i' 1 Marcos Saturday, .Juiiv 7. ' ' - I Rev. T. Miller Smith of the Grace Mr. and Mrs. .liikir SilvcrmanJ Methodist Church, will attend a Mr. and Mrs. N. L. McCarvi-r and ' Methodist Conference in Wichita, Kansas from June 25 through June .'U). Mrs. R. E. ConvforUi is visiting relatives in Groesbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Wooclrow W. Whitlow and sons, David and Gary of Austin visited Mrs. Ncz/.ic J. Sisson Sunday. Mr. Mrs. James Keith Nol- Mi. and Mrs. Fred Tidemann had as their weekend guests Mrs. K. son and son, Ricky, are vacationing! Tidi-mann, Mrs. Anna Wilkens, and in Illinois. Carl Fonbic'llo of Gnlvpston. Luke and Lucy Present: FRIGIDAIRE Room Air Conditioners AIR-CONDITIONED MONARCH'S SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 20 & 21 POUND OF KRAFTS PARKAY OLEO A MONARCH SPECIAL THREE POUNDS MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING A MONARCH SPECIAL FRESH GARDEN • Jt LBS. A MONARCH SPECIAL SQUASH 2 SUNSPUN APRICOT MEATS PRESERVES Ounce Size YOU PAY FOR THE BEST MEAT. WHY NOT COME TO US AND GET IT. NEUHOFF'S Ready-to-Eat CNICS 4 to 6 Ib. Average Pound 45C RATE'S SUN VALE SLICED ACON Quickly Installed in Home or Office Now you can enjoy cool comfort—In filtered, dehumidified air at just the right temperature for you. This big, beautiful window conditioner has plenty of capacity for the hottest days —or can be set for economical duty on cooler days. New styling by Raymond Loewy harmonizes with any furnishings. Powered by Meter-Miser mechanism — with 5-Year Warranty. Pound CeHo__ BRISKET STEW OR 4k 1 MONARCH SPiClAL 69c DUZ WASHING POWDER 21c FROZEN OKRA 10°^ 23c 12 Ounce Size FROZEN BLACKEYEPEAS For 23c POUND CAN MONARCH COFFEE ,„ 83c FOR BETTER COFFEE TRY MONARCH TEXAS MADE CAN BEER 6 Cans For A MONARCH SPECIAL 93c conditioning — FREE! Phone 355 CEJLPEPPER HARDWARE & FURNITURE PHONE 355—HEARNE, TEXAS A Pound.- 49c NO. 2 CAN MONARCH YELLOW HOMINY 2 ,„, 25c LUNCH MEAT Swift's Premium Bologna or Spiced Ham Pound^ Fard DOG FOOD Cans For LILLY'S MELLO No. 303 Can Monarch Sweet * g\ AJMI-J *->**• KJ J.TJI J^JLJJLJV^ nU» tJV/U V>Hli JT I V* 1*1* V J I h 3 11 V-V t 49c KREAM "Ef. 59c PEAS2^47c 6 O/. MONARCH LUNCH TONGUE 33c NO. 300 CANS MONARCH READY TO SERVE SPAGHETTI 2 *,, 39c NO. 300 SIZE MONARCH PORK & BEANS L For 25c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

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