The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 26, 1957 · Page 9
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 9

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, June 26, 1957
Page 9
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JflW» it Vehetfc the price! FOR »nTiriATW<iT.wiDiii;vARiinrY.TrMi SUMMI* 'JC fetter To Conduct Dedication for taste <md savings! NECTAR TEA 'A-lb. Pk 9 . 37* 16 a. 19< '/t-lb. Pkg. 69 48 -:, 55< WNAf SWIIT YAtUfS! |*M rVMMi OrinTg* CbiffoN JAM FAWCM Strawberry Blackberry K« JANE »A*KW C>LO MSHIONfD . PEANUT COOKIES, JANE PARSER Si:CfO SEEDED RYE BREAD " JANE CAREER SliCEO CINNAMON LOAF. MARVEL THIK-.SLICED ES^ CMEO .SANDWICH BREAD Each """•27c .,...Pi9 f-ib ^ f ,w..U.f I JC 23c Le.1 LIQUID JOY PINK CAMAY r 9 PINK CAMAY 13. SPIC*SPAM DASH fkj 39* CASCADE fOI KtCIliC 20.01 43< COMET ZEST SOAP 2 ZEST SOAP 2r39< MIPRO* • «|iuiui iii.uimi." . M • WH-WP' 9 ™! A^ PAGI • Mayonnaise B MM«* f/iimni QUART JAR IQo PStT BKANO PICNIC size,. T»NA GRAPE MM ORANGE MARMALADE PLUM PRESERVES PEANUT HITTER PRESERVES Y<SUR CHOICl1 BRIQUETTES BLACKEYES POTATO CHIPS SALAD PEAR ;sr POTATO STICKS HOT DOG Relish CHARCOAL •—•—~~ BANQUET FROZEN CHICKEN PIES B 39* POPULAR BRANDS Q No. 300 FRESH MEV/ PACK! Z. Can, JANE PARKER CRIS"Y-rRESH DE 3 KOBEY PLAIN ANM PA&E. . .. 25c 41c 79c ;10c ... 5-S15C .101, 59c 8-07. Bag 29.or. Canj 2'i-oi. ..'..Car • mmms • ^^^ NAPKINS PAPER PIATES PAPER PLATES PAPER CUPS PAPER CUPS PAPER PLATES MUSTARD WHIT* Pkj. 9" SIM .of 40 COLORED Pkg. V SIZE, of 32 PLASTIC- COATED (HOT DRINK) 2 OlXIt ICOID DRINK) * Pkg. of 25 39* 3* 9* WHlTe OR Pkg. COLORED., of 100 89* ANN PAGe SALAD STYL1. TEMPTING CANDIED CRISPY PICKLIS DHTA HOMISTYLI SUMMW MILS RAINIO KOSHER HAMBURGER SLICES SMALL OR LARGE STUFFED OLIVES *«» "SUPER RIGHT" TENDER SMOKED PICNICS DANISH HAMS HORMEL PICNICS ' " 2'£394 10%..t. ...« J« 2 4 . 9 SLICED BACON ROUND STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK AU.SOOO BRAND..,..* HSAVY -J'5 C/*LF .......r.™, . HE>.vr CALF., .it,..., >-%. . fc. 39* 55* CHUCK ROAST 79* STEWING MEAT 75* GROUND BEEF ^ ^ 39 PLATE MEAT »' OO4 HEAVY CALF,....,. ,. Id. AT T A & P FROZEN Sultana Fruit ORANGE JUICE 12 o, can 23 c COCKTAIL 'A- 3 $100 No. 2V4 Can I N*i«i "S7" SPACNITTI COOKll IAIY CIIIALS •AIT MttTI Aa KINDJ • Ett. FRESH CALIFORNIA FREESTONE RAXTA BOSA 19e 19c SEEDLESS Fresh Fruits & Vegetables PEACHES PLUMS GRAPES CHERRIES POTATOES — 10 GREENS - m —• m WATERMELONS MDRWBEAUTIfS! CHILI SAVCI WNITI YINMAI TOMATN MVP CUCMMMR PtCKLU _ i 11« .354 a iv: IK -I r...|f4 _J!J.', 1S4 KRAFT OIL 35* KlAFT CALIFORXU u 49c 59c 2 u».2i5« °: Th* d«dioation d»y c for thf Gwy M. Bryan Community HOUM in Jnn«w crash will begin it 11 a.m. on Saturday and will b« conducted br th« Rev. Rojter A. WMd- don. primdpnt of th« Jons* •*fk Community Club, A Darbwue diner, which Witt ba wn-ed at noon, will b« th« highlight of the occasion. Bn- t.»rrainment laipf in ih* afternoon will consist of name* fof children and adult*. The Jones Crtek Community' Club ha* an interesting ht«w tory r^ith much advancement to it« credit. It wan organized and the first meeting held IK January of 1948. * On February J. 1944, KM club waa incorporated with the following director*: A. C. Ewing. Norman A. Ballard and Lilian A. Gunn. Mr*. Lucy B. Hervey donated one acre of land in Jones Creek to the clnh on April J, 194$, and the foundation WM laid in the early montht of 1853. In March of 1857. the outstanding ^rtebt on tht building was paid off. Trie recently finished bulld- jmg represent* many hour* ef j volunteer labor, much support ' from money-raising projeeto and many rash donation* frc*n the people of lh> area. Color Cltish Is Decor Aid \ NEW YORK —«1— One in' tenor decorator say* tension I will keep a room from being ] dull in decor j Not the kind of tension which makes the occupant j nervous and jumpy, jaid d«c- | orator John Ahbat», but ont i that gives a room sparkle. I Abbate said the tension may | be one of color, furnishings, or i scale. He adds that its balance s 3elicat8 and must be treated with a careful hand. Abbate said color tension It a color balance which excites he eye with a pleasing con- rasl. He suggested a pale blue with a vivid green, plus small accents of orange-vermillion. or a Chinese red combined with shell pink, black and gray. Abbale said tension play* 1 big part in relating period furniture to a modern room. Th« secret is to bridg* the gap w*th accessories, suc.h ai a fragment of carved marble, Itnn* 9f wood combined with » Picas** ceramfff'or a Kl«e lithograph. One word at caution in furniture tension. "Of course yo<l shouldn't hang a gaudy Indian headdres* over a Iy>uls Fif. teenth Berger." said the director. "But a wood carving nat- iv» of the locale would look wonderful over a painted French proyincial chest." Abbate taid tension of ical» ic illustrated by lh« placement of a number of small objects on a. massivt piece of. furniture. I'e mggented topping • loruf, che«t with a series of ploy- chrome figure* varying id height from 12 to 18 inchefc, or a collection o( handsom« shells. AbbdU urged homemaker* to b» brave in decoration. "Tried and true formulas ar» | fine, but the off-beat element is the thing that create* real and lasting intere*t." hi laid. Spice For Salads 174 23 C I.OS ANGELES — V — Th» ' Wentern flrowers A»«ociatier» ' offers then* salad variation*. 'Try ipiring. adding 1 lable- ! spoon of »e;am« se«d to thj ^ trench dressing for a touea green *al»d. A dash of curry 1 powder ran b« added to thai ! mayonnaise for shrimp or oth« i»r seafood*. Or. include a trar* I of chili powder in the french. dressing for bland fruit Mayonnaise S.VtHMHK Ol lUtlilMUK PUFFIN 2 25« Snowdrift 3 •. 93 All PUW-OiE «n rv«rv>L ^ ^— . WESSON OIL- 63 BEATRICE MARTIN * frethr while bow c*p *i whiU orgindy. Millin»t> »f th*t whll. h»l« for Sptin* thould b* ftmininc «nd Irolhr *nd orgindy li on* ol lh*ti UoorlU l«btici. AiMOUti Cloverbloom 30^ 25 Ib. civ. Each 98 H C. A. Whirltwal dtfttor In Br»o<port JIM VOORHIE3 RCA WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES 31 Clro»« W»r, Like J»ek»»n l-it1» or 1-7714 V<m -'

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