The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 19, 1957 · Page 10
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 10

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
Page 10
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LUCKY SIV?N FOOD STORES BRAZORIA FOOD MARKET BEA7/JRIA, TEXAH O'BANNON'S FOOD STORE TOrr TEXAH FREEPORT SUPER MARKET FREKPORT, TBXA'-J Yafeei foil! LISBY'S DEEP RED TOMATO.., CATCHUP 14-OZ. Bottle Aritlotraf ICE CREAM Chi. COCK iOOK Urge D«!icto«t ANGELJOOD CAKE vS, 59c LUSCIOUS Hi C ORANGE DRINK 44 oz. CAN GENTLE FLEECY WHITE BLEACH R1& '/2 6/kL. BTL. CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE jm ^^ OTATOES10 W* R*Mnr« th« Right to Limit Horn* Grown Tender CORN 12 «.„ 39 C California Btaufy PLUMS Lb 19' : Home Grown Baby OKRA Lb 15 e Home Grown Crowder PEAS Lb 9' Sunihine HI-HO CRACKERS £35c Sunihin* Bltxk Walnut COOKIES , l . b ,49c Patio AII-B**f ENCHILADAS : ^ 39e Hunr'i Fancy Solid-Pack TOMATOES 2"c.r29c Libby'i Fancy FRUIT COCKTAIL "S.J. 01 23e Toify RANCH STYLE BEANS 2"^ M 25e InucticiJ* GULF SPRAY rc ;:37c Assorted Flavors GOLDEN AGE BEVERAGE Qr. • Bottle I RoiedoU Fancy Whol* GREEN BEANS 2 N ^ OJ 35c Libby'i Dctp Red TOMATO JUICE N * l°° lOc American SARDINES 2 e- 19c Notional Whir* or Colored VINEGAR °""V.r 17c Gentle IVORY SOAP L .*. 58' M '.< 57' Rolh'l luntoli BACON Country Club FRANKS I Fntdtnth Fancy ful Chicken HENS Aut'd fr«ili Luncheon MEAT ib.49c • Chicknn • Beef BANQUET Frozen MEAT PIES Sea Pack Fresh Frozen F3SH STEAKS or FISH STICKS -•Mr"Frozen Premium HAMBURGER PATTIES .'% 57' Freihly Gibund Crad* A Hamburger 3 .u $1.00 Mr*, DotiJ'i Hamburger Buns IV* 23c Swift't Premium Buttered BEEF STEAKS "£ 45' VEAL CUTLETS 8 £. 65' OLD SPICE TALCUM Lady Bitty PRUNE JIHCE RAISIN BRAN Helene Curtis (HAIR ARRANGER SPRAY NET Sponge e a 14' CLAIM O* IODIZED GULF SALT Bit 26-Ox. Siie 2 Boxet 17* New i/QU/D SHOt SHINt PRINCE 90% M«ot ot Liver] DOG FOOD Vi-U. 45c farther. Wishbone Italian Style MESSING l-Om. lottfe 35c iLf 12*25' Save on These Household Paper Items! !Whef« NORTHERN Tissue •» «n« JRolli LI NORTHERN HANDY TOWELS Roil ir Patio No-Beans CHILI No. 300 Can County Scouts Now Camping At Karankawa TROOP M» nor Heo'i'. Troop M.-. -.!« «pon«or«d by th« ':!»»• Mom* Huh, rhcrk'fl Into Boy C»mp Kuronlrdwe on fl 1 sf i-rnoon. The flennt« »f» •hi- Ii>»r1rr«hlp of V, K. Jl»«<J. The Srniit« from lhl« tnlop M-rto ^111 b* 1 nU<*nr11?>0 t'flrfip for on" «<"* lnrlii'1"' .Iiibii Appleman .f-vkvin H»nifii, fltnnlef rnhie], Hr>» Cummins, Trumnn frank", TJonnlr fir-or**, Stanley HalimBrk, Allln JlnrneM, jo» Jurobion, f!«rjr r.ennor., .Tuck Nlrcr. flonnlo R»fd, Chur- IM n~fd, .Mmml« Rorex, .Jlrn- mls Splkcr. and Rickey Tillw. rump KarnnMwn l« own*d ami operated by (hi- TUy Ar*« Council, Boy Sroiils of America TROOP ill Among the Scout Troope •*'hi?h cheeked Into Cnmp Kar- , Sundny afternoon wae '•in. 311. This Ironp In «pon- •orcd hy the Monj Club of S-»< 1 "ny and is nn-lfr the !*ad- cruhip of Loon Barber, who will n- aiai't"-! by Hill Robert* and A. M. Anderson. Among the Sront» who will rnjny 1h*» many different activities of the ramp are thew troop member': Avery Sharp, Ronald E. Hcrmond, Bill Snead, Eddie I.each, Tom Compton, James Arnold. Charles Cartle- ton, TjRiry Thurp. Johnnie C»B- tleton. Hoy Stockman, and Danny Hotfan. The Scout? will enjoy such activities as: swimming, canoeing, rowing, rampcraft, markt- manship. campflre.i, archery and other scouting skills during their one week stay. o TROOP 383 Sponsored by » group of Oyster Creek citizens Is Boy Scout Troop No. 362 which in listed among the troops attending on« week of camp at Camp Kran- kawa on the San Bernard River Members of the troop who arc attending are as follow, Johnney Mays, Lonnie B»ker, Richard Merriman, Wayne Guthrie, Steve Stephens. Jimmy Lang and Billy Gasch. The Scout members registered Sunday afternoon and »r« now engaged in the many activities sponsored by the camp. TROOP 301 Rudolph A. Cvigr is the Scout !eader of Troop No. 301 which s among those attending oni week of camp at Karankawa. This troop is sponsored by th« <nights of Columbus Council 33B5 from Freeport. The Boy Scouts in attendance 'rom No. 301 are Jerry Paul Guiory, John A Wells, Michael Mason, and Farrald Price. This camp, owned and operated by the Bay Area Council, offers a wide assortment of interesting Scout acitvities. TROOP 417 The First Assembly of God Church from Angleton are the sponsor of Boy Scout Trooo ^lo. 417 which is taking part n a week of camping activities The group is under the lead"r- ship of C. L. Wooclsicle Jr. who j assisted by Forrest Smith. Scouts who enrolled at Cnmp Carankawa last Sundny afternoon from this troop are: Oliv- >r nrxlden, Ronnie White, D.iv- d Hyland. Tommv liars, Dan neavor, I.onnlp Veselka. Robert Hurst. r,irl In«rum, Jimmy Jones, Charles Woodsirie, Gene Starnes, Tommy Willy, Connie Garner, Robert McDonald, Gilbert Agulrre, Danny Penfleld, Doujjlfls Anderson, Robert Anderson, Johnny Hernandez, Arthur Robert", and Jerry Deweese. TROOP JJS Six Boy Scout members of Troop No. 399 are among those listed as having enrolled last Sunday afternoon it Camp Kar- anknwa for a week of activities. The six Scouts arc: Mack Galarnlk, Robert Oarllon, Kenneth Zettle, Hrure Garrison, Hri.m Garrison and Charles Miller. This troop In sponsored by the Gulf Prairie Pn.-stiytrrian Church of Jones Ci-oi-k. It is und*.'r the leadership of Erwln A. Miller. New White Is Here Mr. and Mr«. 11. W. White of i:iu!i.- are i, opting cungini- ualti»ns on llii- Liirtli of & son, Davnl Wajnr. He weighed fev- po\)iids and three ounce.! on arrival at the Angleton Hot- pital at 10:50 a.m., June 10. Only persons who hav« been :lead for ten year* can qualif) for election to Ihe Hall m t'univ. BU/W6 410ME *•BACOM

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