The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 13, 1957 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
Page 7
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It's - ••^VflttyVfiHrtt ic* " ' •. t ^ream and dej«rt treat buaH i i s . * TOPCO LIPUIO DETERGENT '£T25c ^49e SwwWne Cfceet«-H ...10-Ot. IM 2»e , N«bM» rV»mtym H«Wt«« Oreo C« ....; tb. lac . II »i-Oi. Ba« Theae prices good Thursday thru Sat., June 1346. We reserve the right to limit quantities. ; iDiM*r 1MK . 39c Food Club Oil F«r Mads _ 53 e Meuihattaii Ke>b«r Pieklo . —..'... *£* 3Se Gainct Food . . . . ........ ., . . 27J29c Fr»tw«x H»or Pride k* Cr*oM U. S. r4o. 1 CALIFORNIA LARGE KLONDIKE VARIETY. SWEET AND RED-RIPE STRAWBERRIES 2 c tiKUMKB" 1 ** "° ' w ^™° im ' m ' t ° aa . »• »o. 1 •0 2*. 15° MARY ANNS 20 V..&X^ k^?*" ft «l» f^iuar- -JOWltpis ,:...:.:'2 o^ 29' U. S. No. I Kl)fidi-Srowii ' FRESH LIMES ^i MAWOES 2 „ 29c ^ *V -^»- ^^ ^P^ ^ V PHUI 1f«B^ BEEF SALE! TopU, S,cholc«,9r«ln.ftd,, ; mitur«d, t«bl* . trimmtd " bt»f, Exctii fat «nd bon* rtmevtd, |r4' r "^ua^Y »•» c Ifcttd, Look ?or tht i««l. ' LK Wtingartcfi't Bond«d !••! (I '* «lw«yi t«nd»r. . ^dtrlitd Sttflki,.,,i,, ^ 89c * ^ ' *" sTp * ** ^^ ^^ Ntf lnfilik Cvt Rout.,.,',,, ^ A9 € ^ WST -•*• 39. , 25c ^, Far • m*«l * ippeall te m*a, tarve Hnf-ttt Swetf Wiyl Pirfict hllwr't tiy Gifts! M.I.O.SW..* O.M»!»t» 1 ^ 2it VMnHitPM wkfd»>« > IH -I M + Itaer's Mutmnft.... .,. >% T EM 0«nty IB....... .'£ M" Bmr's PnHs i Mt. '2• T P«rt,« Aoar Canned flCNICS 4% a'2 No w«te, no far. no skin. eewnw T«rkty Plwitf AAUM •«*"' *»! .**; ipwp. • *"!—. ft ^ 'A I CHEMAR'CHEEJE Q5T TWO FQR THf WU86©? Wl MRJU PIZZA HE IH Eya. Sfieaj w by tht WW, SWBS CHEEtE u. Tit .. NOR ORTHfgN W*^I^B npira^rw Ci, .*.,; ACSSpwkir "?•• t f-s : SS! Is Annoufl B. 8. HMfttfiftB tf tiSr The g. gists 6f nteKruterjl M^ Uf$, section wno if* m*tdi setee* available to ipe civic chibs. church dtjgtftUl 1* j, schools and «h» —j. A Mrfe nurnbff «L* her* are registered •«' ' •"*• J *p«aker» ett _ „ 6f &UDjifet6 6dtn ' „ nical *hd tiofl-twhhicat, th» J, education* the ch* profession, church, select* ics in medicine and chert highly technical discussion* : the fields of eh " '" chemical engineer!!.,,. the presentations are 61 to appeal t» women'* offiritf? ttions while others *r* «jp*?; all leVeU. All speakers are vc.lunlafil»\r tfitributing their time and «H will be no charge to the orgaS? tzatiotu using thi* service. fM* enterprise is strictly one in th*-, neld of public service. „&," Requests for speakers shouw ' be made at least two weeks ill advace of the planned eveit so that necessary arrangemertfflf, can be Completed. Every effort will be made to work with Mi- interested groups in lining W the type of speech and S*eai£*K desired for particular prop-*-**.' Arrangements may ht or further information obtain by writing to C. E. fiarniW B,dg; A-2811. The Dow PMn ical Co., Freeport, Tejtail.1 by calling D. E. Hamiltofc] S-1311, extension 3258. * Eagle Scout See Englarit David Bryan twu-ne(*"< year-old son of Mr. and A, C. Learned Of Jones < will be wearing his Eagle »«*« badge when.h«;attends Scoifc ing's International Jubilee thfil summer in England. . -»» Young-Learned received ht» Eaifle, Twd?e .-L the highest award in Scouting — at s?ri*, cent Court Of Honor at the Lakil Jackwn Methodist .Ch'urch. A- member of Explorer Post S48. he has been active, la Scouting , for six years as a Cub, B» Scout, and Explorer. ^' tie* will 1 iclttde a trip to thti National Jamboree of 4h* Be* Scouts of America at s Vall«r Forite, Pennsylvania, U wefi as the International Jubilee. '. Young Learned will , enrplj this autumn in the ninth grade at Freeport Junior HI«N School. He has been active in»jtud*nt council wor.k. the Selene* CluJ>! D " d . £?,*?*&«* to *«*• nan and track. He Is a member tf the Gulf Prairie Pres'byteriafl' Church,' Hia scoutingJhooors fe^^TSSr?** 1 "-^ Two other Eagle: Scouts'Or Charles Swift'and Mike Baft! nard of Explorer Pos^ JJJ _ received their' BrontjT ?a.|iA •ds at the Court of Honor. rreeport. •.*'. Sir youngsters rtjm;' * Scout trooo w - ilams, the-cliur if Ko, 3M edding ringa are pjactd <m the third finger of the left hand feacjuie of an old Egytu UM b»llef that a nerv^rw from that timer to th» hew^ 1VAWT-A1 l*/S« 8AC( '' 1

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