The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 20, 1957 · Page 5
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*. t . ICK QUALITY GREATER VARIETY FINER SERVICE THE HOME OF LOWER PRICES BIGGER AND BETTER SPECIALS SAVE UP TO 49% on Mar-crest Finest Quality ALUMINUM COOKWARE UNCONDITIONAL SUARANTH Brtrn-Tick, iMrorr Rniin. H«.»-rV»of H«ndl« ef B«l«-LHe, Compl«t« Cnoic. of Uieful and Practical Aluminum Kitchen ArfitUll S«« Our DiipUy and Yeu'll W»n» to Siva eft Tljpia Choica lf»m«! 7 INCH **** With $5.00 In Cfsh Register feeiijts K FRY PAN Only —ALSO— Soo our display for six rooro usofvl values in this fin* quality cookworo at our low, low prleos HI-C ORANGE.....£?15 GOLD MEDAL 5 35 TOP SPRED...» 15 J. W. SPECIAL COFFEE u c NABISCO OREO CREME SANDWICHES SAW MKSSW6 quirt We Horn* Conrar Voluaf I Drug Do>f. $p«ei«l«J Water Pitcher I 43c Sixe KOTEX 84-Oi. Ideal for Outdoor)!. OF Junior JJUMME 5MOESTn1N6 POTATOES M«. 300 CM IDc Nibiuo Chip<m Potite Crxkers.. .8 1 /:-Oi. 3Sc FINESHERKT «GfT'btsHORTEHIH6 « I-*.1 .*.. HAMBURGER DILLS Sunshine Krhpy SiltinM FtonN'irioccoii Ioi> I 75 i 35° ...!lfl-Oi.J)t WIKICE CREAM. Wt^flCt't*" » f 'Q1»* COFREUKE 14-Oi.Wc Hydrax Cookies 12-Oz. 3t< VEAL CROWN ROAST YoiM, Temier, Very RiyorW, A 6«od Main Cours< EreryMtt Likes! ARMOUR STAR -- BY THE PIECE BOLOGNA Lb. Saiiel Franks 3 »9fik Young, T»nd«f, Hivorful V«al I ounq, t vnowf, i ta» wn n*» -BDI rr SHOULDtft CHOPS....549« VEAL RIB STEW t 35' Vool for Stew lonolo«s Hjtk't C^ep«H*t Choieo of Voal, loof or Pork raun«, Tm««r Ot«n K*«^r v^-...^-— - , . ., - ^ *..-* -- —-•» pgf Ducks ROSOFF SWEET KRAUT,, 39CJ |FRESH GULF reour — -- -——•«"-"- s SLICED PICNICS Voal Sirloin Stoak* »» i. 75e Voal T-lono Stoaki ».-1.. 8?e L.. 4«e ? 45c L. S5e, Vtai Round Voaks Voal Tondori7*d Stooks Vtal Tonder l-iik«t 77e , 89C . 29c tk>'« l««", t**»'-:»<l Ground l*«f .................................... i,. 49e Pork Chops Lobby Sptciols.' " ! 5s£ued Chickens ., $1.09 Cinnamon Donuts 12 r,,, 35c 35c .. ib 89c 35c iM> Wiiconiin rS* Pitc«. Lb. 59c: MMI, Lb. i — ^_ • u j L „ f ft ,K SccdCiieae u.47c I PoWo SaW HfcDtmi 1 txmtKw:^'. .* ^•^••watf'ftB*^ • > »-' ™^ • "LEMON COCONUT CAKE ;: 0 "'" 59 Hom«-7yp» Wmon-buHtf-crt.m Pineapp.e Cluiten .'.y.Cr-ly. ^rt »n,!U ktd! 17W Rum'Cof'fee Cake ! 1.,.' '"J Apple Sauce Cake °^ U..-M.I . yj • Summerfimo Swo** Treati In Candy tANUTPATTIES."^;.21< iroc* > V/iapptd F/nesf California H/gh/y-Co/orecf PEACHES U. S. No. I Very Fresh, ld**l for Lunches, Picnics, or for Using to Top Your Favorite Cereal! Jelly Beans 23c fu// o/ /"«ca/ii/ DIVINITY VanilU P«c.)n. OCft 9.0Z. 1RAY 03C Burgundy Mix HARBECUfD WEINERS v ,« l.i.d !.<«, Col. SU. Hoi R:lli t tutui. U.S. No. 1 California PER POUND U.S. No. 1 liou.f-Cilunii frf;ll SUNKIST LEMONS j . s U.S. No. 1 lion. GREEN PEPPERS 2 Lu 29c BABY EGGPLANT 2 MELONS *T Ul " 10 1 ' CALAVOS 1 "" 11 " PEAS 17 « ?9r 23 C IVORY SNOW Buy it now! CRISCO Shortening OXYDOL 32c UPTON TEA THI ^.<SXT V TEI CHEER <3 I V JOY Liquid Detergent IVORY SNOW FLUFFO Shortening Angkton Briefs BT MARIE BETH JOKE* Mr*. Lovtise Brown, Texas Tuberculosis Association field director, is in Angleton this week, interviewing applicants for Ihc position of Executive Secretary of the Brazori* County Tuberculosis Association. Appointment of a new Executive Secretary v/ill be made at a meeting toriinht of the County Executive Committee, Mrs. Brown said. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Middleton entertained their entir« family with a picnic in their back yard Sunday. Present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bloomfield and family of Lake Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Bergeron and family of Point Comfort. Mr. and Mr*. Bob Miles and family of Sharpstown, and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy M. Cook »nd family of Texas City. Mrs. J. D. Roberson was hostess at a regualr monthly meeting of the Gleaner's Class of the First Baptist Church. The devotional was brought by Mrs. Clyde Neal, and Mrs. Juanita Elsberry. president, presided at a short business session. An official Financial Board meeting was held recently, by I members of that group of the I First Methodist Church. The j church secretary reported that jalthough individual circle meetings of the Women's Society of Christian Service have bsen discontinued until Seotember. » general meeting will be held each rnonth. on the first Tues- i<1ays. making the next meeting I fall on Tuesday, July 2. I Rev. John W. Mills was spea- i ker at the regular meeting of |the Ansleton Rotary Club. Monday. The annual Installation j Dinner meeting of that group ! is scheduled for next Monday, I at 7:30 p.m., at the Community I House. | D»e Walker of Texas City, t pnet. Houston Chronicle col- lumnist. and an outstanding lay- I man in the Methodist Church, | will be the guest speaker »t the installation meeting. Mr. and Mrs. CV\H I.. Ott» , and son were guest* of her j parent?. Dr. a«ri Mrs. William iC. Holt, over la=1 week end. : The Ottos are Houston resi- , dents. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Tioton are .in Breckenridge. visiting her narents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. i Wood. They plan to stay for i several days. I Mrs. Joe Galaznik is begin- i ning to feel that she has suf- ifered the final blow. Recently ! we reported that all three of her children have suffered from measles, mumps, and chicken pox since February. Since that itime. two of the children cam* 'down with mumps on the other ! side, and Monday afternoon her j husband, .lot. caught mumps. She reports that he is doinn j very well, and the three boys, Del, Jay »nd Johnnie, hitve recovered — but she is holding hsr breath, waiting for something else to strike. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middleton will entertain three of their grandchildren for two weeks, while the children's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boh Miles of Sharpsiown, take a vacation. The Miles' plan to visit Michigan. Canada, Niasara Falls, and 1 oiher tournist psots in that vi- i-inity. Pat's Motor Shop Ooen Sunday Pat's Outboard Shup on Surfside Kuad. o\\ ned and operated | by Pat and Haiti Fleming. will ! have their official opening Sun- iday. June 23. Thev have lh« 'authorized dealership for Scott. Atwaler HIOIOIT, Speed Liner I boats and Pflui-ger fishing uc- Ikle. A complete service depart* I ment will be maintained /or all 'makes of outhoard motors and j boats. In order in serve th« '• Bra/osport area better, the nev/ shop will remain open revert days per IA eek. ! IS YOUR HOUSE ' HALF INSURED ?. Remembei, if you're no' fully insmed — it's not enough I SEE TODAY T. E. FOWLER On i'!" And Humciiit ln»ur»n«. And C«m|il«t« (ovcrxe OR CALL 3-2371

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