The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on May 29, 1957 · Page 13
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 13

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, May 29, 1957
Page 13
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"'/f^i Money Still Awaits *»i«* *a Stiti krtock* LUCKY S1VEN FOOD STOftfi ihtabta 6r Creative in the is'iher* ft* th* *o- Wttft othe* hotrfS-mSking or aft unusual 18e4 lot iMnte* «ef*ice, report* the Yoffc State Department n«ce, department runs » •«Bi6u« counseling program for •Xfttten wha wish to tufn their r*u*eho)d skills into ine«ne, IStot' aren't sure hour to go Iwkit it Its women"* division ''"'I' set up ift 1945, Originally aid Women returning from i thft 1J years, its ffl«* have . thick with suices* stor- a* th£ womaft whose F .^ with doll tbstumes •ffltually wa« tttfrted to de- jtt of children's clothes and "i successful busliiei*. '(S», the woman whose nerb fcifaen hobby was expanded arid now includes her far*. • V'i't h greenhouse* highway •Uesrebm- and t booming mail <jfd« l$u«tae*!. v, the deparmen* has ex. it* program with pub- ,j irf'a handbook called Ideas Make Cents—and . _., too," available na- "tiortSlLv.a* its mailing budget witt allow. , 'jtt is- not as easy new as H-was in 1948 to start a bus- inerts at home," said Miss Barbara Yuncker, assistant .deputy- coir«ni»«ioner. •Then, there was a short- -«ge of consumer .goods . . . almost anything in a pretty package Would sell. Today, . women are faced with a buy' ei's market. . -"But there are still plenty "«t fields open U the woman has the talent. ..... "The .crafts, for instance. Or fine needle work, for sale in boutique shops. Or, any ' seeded service, su<h as baby- Utttng, particularly ii» the '•mall and medium - sised towns." BRAZORIA FOOD MARKET BRA20R1A, TEXAS O'BANNON'S FOOD STORE AiraLfiTOH, fESSAS TIPTON'S SUPER MARKET , TEXAS News BrawrU't Rainbow Assembly m«t Monday aifht for it* regular iniatory meeting with Xathy Catcher being the -only eiadidate welcomed into the assembly. Twenty-five member* of the ; Usembly attended the meeting . with a smaller than usual num- b«r of sponsors present due to •inflicting dates. . '.-; Katherin* Volbaum wa« hi • charge of refreshments during •the social hour. Ta next meeting of the assembly will be installation of '^ffloers to be held in tha Oulf • "Prairie .Presbyterian Tellow- "iBipHall. .^ * • , • — .^^— — — > Saturday, May 25, a chicken •Barbecue dinner was sold by Boy Scout Troop 312 in Brai>' -aria as a fund raising project with proceeds being applied to, 1 tha expenses of two members .of tha troop, Sherman Simple 3t. and Eddie Caldwell, who will be sent to the National , Boy Scout Jamboree. rv Th« sale cleared S120.20 and • iQ>* two Scouts were each pre- •:,^tntod a check of $60.10. : ;" .,'. At the close of the commence- 'i ipent -exercises of the Henry ' v • O-" ' Tanner School, Robert ^Greasy. Scoutmaster, has pre- ;%aated each boy with his per- ;f*o»al check of 125 as a surprise toward their expenses. ;fs Ocaanographers believa the j.tversje female cod lays five • c jnillion. *ggs at a time, but naly .j* ftw rsach maturity. *,,. ' • ' BUI and Tom with LOCATIONS t)W OARRETTS' These Values Good Thurs*, Fri. & Sat. In All Lucky Seven Stores! Wl RBtm tHt Slfigf fO LIMIT flUANtltlBl fl *\ !r K& P,¥* ! l^S *«1 V^vi* ft U.Si Q6WI I LOIN STEAK ..u, Iliekfrtwk Smofcwd rAifc SAUJAGf 'iJ*49e " T,? PC. . r »"• I,* I BACON Jfltmifif fieuntry Club FRANKS ,«+:5S5B , /,'*•> j*' ftTN ? / UilY'lTlMMk- GARDEN lAMA'JTAStY :**«& ^. ' fWWl'-W^''- " JJ^O* Strawberry Preserves 4 J.H ..»•——-^ ' ' LUCKY SEVEN'S SFRED KING -.•*"• 3 *j^'.,- i $, 'rcsh, Firm," Ripe OLEO iTLEENEX" 1 IVlaiCCn t/V •^T'jjr• - FRUlt COCKTAIL«i k 4 •races- l-Lh, CtlM. $101 •efl^^^ iBHBI f ^^^^ ^e^"" ^B^^ ^^e^ 1 ^ g.^ 2 Cello Ctns. - 1 •H Vt ^ I, N.. 101 101 Florida SWM» flntl Juicy ORANGES 5 V- Hom«.6row« New Potatfesr • >* »' Florid* H«m*-Gr«wAiGr*«n LEMONS SMf^^ii WWN. Ytlto* Dwil'i FOMI CAKE MIXES 4 SALMON. AssortMl flardit—B«vtr«gt GOLDEN AGE s^ SARDINES! *io • LIbby' • GARDEN CUT, SPIN) » Fre*b Frozen Food Side <• Your Choice",', PEAS ROTATOES VEGETABLES I) PKOS. ^^ REYNOLDS WRAP REYNOLDS ^r^ R«Mi ^d^r« '•* tUTIRlfE W N». ioa CANS 4 ROLLS Of IZ5 FT. Amtrican Beauty Broad and Wide NOODLES £* , 2MUNCI. PKGS. APPLESAUCE LIMy'f »»^ *•«», KMk«r D» « DILL PICKLES HAhlU!6Hl DW. ' POftK & BEANS US. 8 \ rWVI*«V • 9 f»F"«a»w« SALTINES Sti 27e FICK PUMIUM PEARL BEER Ctn. of Kraff< feiry DIRIY'S BAWfCUt ' SU« IH KOTEit Sanitary Napkins Super, R«ful«r, Junlw n5° Bflxw f.. KLEENEX table Napkins Box MMWfv KM WM • ' TOMATOES 8& l | ( CUT BEETS- TOMATO JUICE PINEAPPLE JUICE ** 8 &.* I Mfi. Sh.lbr 1 ! DUNKERS ^••^^^^••^^^^^•^••^^•^^•f-lMI wW^> wv VV^vmPSrjK ^IKI^^ — • ,>*•".:>.',.. a ' If-' ILJPTONTEA rW'i T* -,,- **.IK 8 Nfc» Cw Pitl* (In Rml ShHcki) T A MALES 6 s mm M & M's IPPfllH^^W^™*'^ Super Cei OVA1 *P*Wf Bewley's Btit', "" ' ""* ' tn. . ™ * 1 y ___ - - — F •- *•— |*i * I *!* -^ •"• I l^t " " "-'•*& i i-'VPc I F/W.-I R* n^% I l«h COLONEL MOU.T-ON '-, FUO/lt-i K*ou FRUIT PSE \ '(l %

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