The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 19, 1957 · Page 7
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ia County, Wednesday, June 19, 1957 THE PACTS » . » CALIFORNIA fREESTONE PEACHES ying! CALIFORNIA 3 Ears\ Strawberries CORK TOMATOES OKRA "• «« " - KENTUCKY WONDER G »HH BEANS FLORIDA at »hi» low prict. SULTANA SELECT QUALITY • FRUIT COCKTAIL GIBSON'S LIMES • DOZEN SPECIAL NOW: .Ib. A*P Brings You These Fine GROCERY VALUES! 37c PILLSBURY ENRICHED C'RISPO VANILLA WAFFERS RUBBING ALCOHOL 2 5? -:29c £ 37c '£ 29c VJ, 1 73c SIM; KRISPy.CRACKERS FLOUR SPECIAL 93 LEVER SURF DETERGENT DOS FOOD RED HEART LIOUlD-TYfE . PUREX BLEACH 1 KRAFT'S CHEESE 3PRGAO CHEEZ-WHIZ^ 31 c. K»AFT S ITALIAN DRESSING ANN PAGE GRAPE JAM 16 oz. JAR "SPECIAL ANN PAGE ORANGE MARMALADE 16 oz. JAR YOUR ANN PAGE PEANUT BUTTER 8 ox, JAR CHOICE 2 ' b 29c A ^ N PAGE -« MAYONNAISE — V, 55c GRANDMA'S Snow Crop Frozen Foods CHOPPED BROCCOLI ,„ =,, »..«,«; 19c GREEN PEAS :--..,,._ _ 2 '?.% 35c VEGETABLES r.rr"- »% 21 c BABY LIMASs...:-^:.. 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Pk« 32* DETERGENT OXYDOL Giant Pkg * 5 PINK DETERGENT DREFT Gianr Pkg / 3 DETERGENT TIDE Giant Pkg / 3 GRANULATED SOAP DUZ Giant 75 STAR-KI .7 CHUNK STYLE TUNA 0 ,1-dl. Can Ol SWIFT'S JEWEL OIL E 1 . 1 29^1: 55^ REYNOLDS WRAP ALUM. FOIL 25-ft. Roil 29* 5WEETMIIK or BUTTERMILK BISCUITS PUFFIN 2 P^.Z*) C SWAXSON" J'KOZtN APrLt sr i-EACH FRUIT Pl^ 19 «». i»uc — . 2 y C SWIFT'S JEWEL SHORTENING 3-lb. CJH 77* BIDE DETERGENT CHEER Giant Pka 73* Use Of Wig Will Save 5/viV Hoir By ALINE MOSBY UP Hollywood Writer HOLLYWOOD —Jin— Elvis 'ri-slcy was all shook up with 'ratiti-'de today. DurnH if his >ns didn't keep MGM Studio '-.-om chopping off his famous ideburns and bangs. MGM figured on giving EI:i* a crc'.vcnt and shaving off "lose sidp-whiskcrs because he Inys a convict in "Jailhousc ^ock," the third movie on the '^•?nda of the Presley steam- •fi'lpr through Hollywood. But this news caused the big- lost crisis in the movie business since Lassie was exposed is a he. Four thousand post -ards and letters from Presley fans poured into MGM, begging that the studio let their :iero act with his original hair han?in? around his fensual- looking face. A f'ortville, Ind., mother wrote "We love him at our house. Elvis has had more criticism than anyone but his loyal fsns stand by him — ("m't cut hi- hair. It's his trademark." Some fans threatened, to picket the p'cturr. A Missoula, Mont, girl wrote that "All of us are sick about the haircut." Letters arrived from Rock n' Roll Kats fan club from O'- Failon, Mo., and the Presley Kats fan club of Syracuse, N. "So now th« studia has da- clded I'll wear a wig, a crew- cut wig, for the prison scenes," the victorious Presley announced today over lunch. Hair R«ddtn»d "Otherwise my hair will look the same, except It was reddened because in niacfc-and-white it phonographed lik« a cap instead of hair." Elvis was having hin usual lunch of mashed potatoes, bacon, sliced tomatoes and Coca- Cola, which he says is the nearest thing he can find around here to mama's Madison, Tenn., home cooking. His usual retinue of cousins and friends from Tennesse* filled his MGM dressing room. "I never did want my hair cut," Elvis said. "I wear long hair and sideburns becausa some people look better with long hair. I do because my face is long." New Clute Resident Congratulations are in order for the W. C. Meadon family. Cecil Glen arrived at S:55 p.m.. May 27, at the Angleton Hospital. Birth weight was eicnt pounds, six ounces. The Meadors are Houston residents. Deborah Debuts Announcing a new debiif-inte! Her name is Deborah G »yn and sue is the daughter of Mr. andMrs. Earnest Lee Dearman | of Freeport. Upon arrival June 17 in Brazosport Memorial Hospital s-nc weighed eight pounds. ONE OF CEIL CHAP. MAN'S sensation-making: n«w summer "Venus Dresses" of off-white silk chiffon. The halter bodice, completely ban in back and plunging to th« waiidiiie m front, is cut btu ana is draptd. The full, clinging skill is also bias-cut, the vvr.ole making for on« of the ri.uit fijrure-fUttermg dre»»cs seen in yc*r». A jeweled btit (>C gold tad pt»rL» cla-ifi tin DIAMONDS $17.95 - $2,000.00 EASY TERMS NO CAKKYING CHARGES McSPADDEN JEWELRY •CREDIT JEWELERS" frBEKJ-OBT. TEXAS

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