The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 24, 1957 · Page 8
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Freeport, Texas
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Monday, June 24, 1957
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Page 3 THE PACTS >, and Bmorto, County, Monday, June 24, 1957 4th of July SPECIALS MOTORIZED 24-in. BEAZIER Save $4! BIG 24-IN. BRAZIER with 425 sq. inch cooking area! 11 .1 wl. 31 Ibs. Get this hiir K-?nnmT nn\'- and en- iov outdoor r.itine a' n c r>est! Nli-k r -l-plmert -:rd • ovnlvcr. Hind cran'it li"nt ariiustrner.t. pem-'-able blarlc strel I'?:. Opportunities Are Better Now For College Teachers shctrtr.g* ftf hish rchool teachers America's nail in science. malhpmnHcs, fcnu-jmake more than 10ft different H»h, «nd gfrli" physical eflucn- types of. iron nnd stee.l nulls, t'on Ther- -I'urie.i range frrtm! The United States houjrht ,SS,ROO 1o S4.S09, ! Alaska from the Russians. I 'CHAMPA'GN. til. —M—Op- nortimities for college teachers lave, doubled in the past two years, according to the University of Illinois job placement office for jobs in education. " Joseph V. Tolarc. head of the office, said that the heaviest demand for teachers at the col- 'e.^c level are in the fielri.> n .science business administration, English, speech and drama, psychology, professional education, and women's phy- sical education. Totaro said even instructors without experience were be- ins offered $4,00(1 io S5.00& a year, depending on 'he;r train- : ing in these, fields, while those Uvith a doctor's cteRree and some '.caching experience would re- cei\ v e more than SVOOO. Meanwhile, he said, there has been little drop in demand i"or qualified elementary tearh- '.rs at-beginning salaries rang :ng from *3,FOO to *4,OfK>. He also reported » major Annonnrhtr The OprRint »f BROWN'S Service Station and Trading Post Mry. tm »M Main St. rlnt« Formrrlj ?lmm'» Serflre Station "W> tiny *fld ••]! »nylhlr\t «lf V"»1tie" Votlr H. C. A. Whlrli-ool in Ih-atMiWtr JIM VOORHIES RCA WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES ,M Cirri* Way, Like ,f«fliMn Th»n« 7-2S7K or 7-7775 Welr-nmri Yon IMTIOTU.-Shpt. MotoriirH <plt tnrnK any sire roast or fnwl. We nlrkfl-plal- Hand. PICNIC BASKET FITTED FOR 6! lU27<il-wt. f Ih WAS 7.191 JE. 77 J. C. HIGOINS PORTABLE STEEL ICE CHEST fil.17UU.-wt. 21 Ihs. 6 12 97 Bic wo*'"n onk b;is'/.''t holos 6 >»ch s'ainless steel knives, lorks. spr.ons. Six P-in plastic plates unrt 10-oz. tumblern. .SPECIAL: One full inch of fiber glass Insulation! End drain with cap. Onlvniu/erl internr. Re- movihle fond tray. Red enamel timsh. J. C. HIGGINS BIG GALLON SPIGOT JUG si-Kci.%1.: r ALLSTATE 24 MONTH BATTERY SALE! JHJMSfl-BilxH in. high. ,9" Factory-fresh ti-volt battery Two-tor.e RIIVII «t«>l rase, guaranteed 2 MS! 15 "Chem- wllrl h-^n. npiiioi. Prrrelain Set" plates for i:>ns[ serxice. cnaniclfil htt-el linei PlaflLlc rthplj. v.i. it> ii*>^-uii cup '-I.H>. ALLSTATE TIRE SALE! "Companion" 6.70-15 Black, with 15-Month Guarantee! till'JSK-'l utw MAS l-j.W 10 A Other Sut-x *t proiiurlioiiat Start Series i On Issues Bra?.osportcrs interested in attending a series of discussions on "Great Issues In Education" are being sought by a member of the Brazosport Great Books Council. .lam»s Hiner of Lake Jackson is planning to attend the scries, winch begins Tuesday night in Houston and will continue (or several weeks on Tuesdays. Persons interested in attending may call Hiner to arrange transportation. If enough in'ercst i' shown m tne series, local Grea Books, members hope a similar series might be heid in this area. The discussions, which are being carried on in places throughout the country, evolved in nn effort to lest whether group discussion cati give occasion for clearer and more meanm^fu 1 constructive communication between parents and teachers. ' Homemaker Hints By United Tress Small pieces of adhesive tape pasted on the bottom of a toddles's shoes will help keep him from slipping while he is learning to walk. For variety, try corn brciicl •in your favorite poultry stuffing recipe./ The Alabama Extension Service says lhat frozen bread and cakes will retain their fresh baked flavor if they are pack;age(l while still warm. i Shirts should be rotated so ,that each gets equal wear and a good way to do tiii* is number each shirt inside the neckband. Wool should be rinsed irt lukswarm water which has had one teaspoonful of borax to the gallon added. The borax softens the wool. TWO PETS di»play«d at th§ Wt«t Columbii rjmmer rtc- rta!ion-«pon»or*d p»t thow wer« ih» dog held fondly by G«orgt Scott, it left, and th«» goat of Mary J«n« Farmer. The goat, dre«««d for the occasion, sported a bow on Iti ; tail. Brazoria Lodge Holds .Annual Memorial Meet The Brazoria Kcbrkah Lodge ; held ii annual Memorial Services at the recent niootine un. : der the directions ot Mrs. Myr-! tie Slaughter, degree captain. : In a simple hut impressive ceremony the members xtho had passed a\\ay during the year were honored. Three visitors from the An- . Sldon Lodge. Mrs. Anne Nei>- meister, Mrs. Har.le Barber, and Mrs. Lucille Chatham, were among those present. Arrangements of shasta •' ies and white altheas werr in the flornl decorations o. hall. Skins should no! be hung outdoors in extreme wenther because cold breaks the cotton fibers and heal weakens them. j.iSLiier Initiates Member With Luncheon Miss Marilyn Colcgrove of Lake Jackson was initiated into Chapter DA of I'F.O at the I'razo.^poit group's meeting held last week in the Lake Jackson home of Mrs John S. Bridges. Following the initiation. Miss Colgrove u as honored with a bridal shower consisting of gifts of pottery. 'Mrs. Bridges served luncheon to IS members and three gueMs, Mrs. Beth Butler of HoiiHion CiiHptiT P. Mi.-. Mrfi- jorie Wetherell of Chicago, and Miss Emily Bridges. The Depattm^nt of Agriculture .'ays 115 million children ate getting their lunch at half price under the national school lunch program. IS YOUR HOUSE HALF INSURED? Cut rrlery lops and use thpm lo flavor meal?, stews, soups, roasts and stuffings. Electric Iron Needs Pampering To Last AMES. Iowa — W— The life of an eleclric iron may depend! on the care its sole receives from the housewife, says an \ Iowa Stale home economist. Naomi Shank, extension equipment ipecialicl. said the! lion needs proteclion from | srratf-hpR and ripntc Don't I scrape off sticking starch with ' a kmfp or olher sharp tools. I If the iron docs collect st»rch, coo! before beginning to clean. Then use a very fine steel wool or damp cloih wilh non-abrasive scouring powder. Huff the plate vigorot;sl> with a dry :,ofl cloth alter working it with steel wool. Then heal n slightly, apply bffswax or paraffin and cnol. Another dry cloth buffing will remove excess paraffin, which will guard against further slicking siarch. Thy .so-called fixed stars are anuully in motion—thty just look stationary as against lh = v iMblf movement of the. \ar- ious pUnets. A LATE DAY DRESS in black «ilk serge is from th« Branell eummtr collection. Tha full ikirt is softly pleated below a draped cummerbund belt. Howell Is Here A new member in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Him ell Man- Kiain Kr.bijms Sr. of C'lu'e i.- lioxvtll Mdiigiam Jr. \Vt;ifcinny t'lgiu IMIUIIGS and six ounces ai bsrtii. r.t- \\ as iioni June 19 al Dow H'j-siiial. Remember, if you're not fully i insured —it's not enough! SEE TODAY F. E. FOWLER On Hit And liurrkin* liuurauce. And Complete Autu Cuvcraie OR CALL 3 2371 THE Cars SENSATIONAL: Lubricated Hlilln in Motion MOTO - SWAY U .'JRK'ATIO.V t "Al THt SIGN Off THE Ht.O HORSE" PLANTATION DE. MOBIL STATION Earl Laird UtAILK Mi. 7-68011 iil9 PLANTATION 1)K. 1AKK JACKSON AMBULANCE SERVICE Invalid (flAcU-KiiH-rgciu PH. 5-2511 BRAZOSPOR. FUNERAL HOM£ 138 LAKK JACKSON KO. Prices good Monday thru Wednesday. W« r««*rv» tin right to limit qu«ntiti«t. BISCUITS »r PilUbury lordtn'i CAN OP 10 9 TOPCO F™^".,..^. 49 C t Topco Liquid Detergent , 10 ,25c ^ 49c FOOD CLUB PANCAKE MIX 1M J5c GAYLORD PINK SALMON »<: 49c BANANAS 2. - 25' Golden Yellow Central American Bananas Especially Ripened in the Moit Modern Ripening Rooms in the South. Veal SIRLOIN STEAK.../.. 75' Young and Tcndtr BEEF LIVER Why Not Try It Tod*y? VEAL T-BONE STEAK Top Froit BREADED SHRIMP ' 89c M«k* W«ln9«rtM'i yew ttn fer Hi* f»w«'i »*it at l«w, l«w prieci. W* Neve e (vrnplttt variety ef HIM* t» clieei* freei. It wlH p«y y»K H Imeect tut APPLI DUMPLINGS «,. PINK LADY CAKE Two Colorful L«y*ri, Fin* Outdoor Dttiwt Eich 49e JELLY COFFEE CAKE Rolltd with Rtipbtrry *J A J«ily, trtMtri Fivnrlt* I /C Brach's Nut Goodies American Process Cheese 39 Sandwich Picnic Ham 98c Kosher Salami' '•-•• u. 69c Armour's Sandwich Spreads' •' 19c KIRK'S HardwjiUr Cattile ** 9e LAVA SOAP 2 M«dium ^^_ 8.-. Z4C FLUFFO Shortening 3 c.n 85c :\ i I Jr" ; * DROMEDARY mi, Yillox « Q«v,l i ttt4 CAKE MIX 29c

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