The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 26, 1957 · Page 12
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 12

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, June 26, 1957
Page 12
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Otmnty, Wednesday, Jnni 96, 18 Three Lake Firms Re-Open Thursday CLUTE TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH w,« th« lilt Sun- d»jr nftitnAon of ent af th« r*(niUr hymn-tinging ««»«loni h*ld «l Tirloul :hu»ch»t throughout tht irn by tht Br«- lorin County Singing Canrtntlen. Motto el tht «od«ty li "A Better World Through Singing." This if s day lor celebration }n the business world of Lake Jackson. In fact, three businesses familiar to residents w.'l celebrate, their advanct nu-ni inlo newer, larger, and remnrtelcH quarters this weekend, and invite the public lo share this celebration with them. All three are well-know local firms, and Itielr formal np^ enings this weekend are intended to famillHri7c their patron.' with Ihe now location*. Leonard's Floor Covering Co.. which In two yi-ars !'as grown to A stntus of '«»ohiK a claimant to the title of leading carpel firm in P.raxoria County id one of then. Thursday through Friilny the co-owners, Mr. and Mrs. l.rnn- ard Duestenbera. will be hosts to the puhlic at -A grand opening at the IIPVV location at 3fi Circle Way. They were fr.nnei- ly located at 24 Circle \V;,y. Included on ihe anemia f.-i the opening wili he free refreshments for ^11 visiors ;md registration for free r'nor pn?.- £s. The drawinp for these v ill be held Saturday, .Tunr ? *, a: 5:15 p.m. . Shanr.)! the. large htnUling' 'wilh mem at :i« Cirrl» W.iy 'will he the t.ake Television Center, and Ihe nunvr..:. Air. and Mrs. I,. L. b'herek, \vil! hold their xrand opening slso. at Ihe ^ame lime. ! The L'hereks also aie offer'- iiih' refreshments and door pn/es to \-isilors, with the drawing 50! for 15 minures .l*tcr than lha( at I.eonaro's. The I.ake Telf\-ision Center was formerly located at .12, Circle Wny. And into the building that j .Leonard's moved from, .it 24! Circle Way. Woody Hare ni!l ' move his Hai"p .Tew|,-y ' Co His formal opening al.«.> will be held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this \\>-eJ.: It will include fr<*e coffee and cold drinks, wilh balloons for the children also. A watch u'ill he the door prize lo he given a\\ay to the nan p flrawn from aiiKiny those rr^rUf n"2. and the drawing ht. r . he-n scheduled for 5 pin. Sitij.riv. A< a speical opening of;* 1 ; of the firm, wh'ch snrci.iii7.c-; in u atch repair. Ihe fir^t thie^ Foef $ From ... The County Agent By L. M. VAUGHAK Several farmers hare reported damaging infestations of bud worms in voting corn. These worms are easily noticed working in the terminal growth of Ihe corn stalk while the eorn is young. Stands of corn ran be severely damaged by heavy infestations and stalk* that are damaged never mature enough to develop an ear. These worms are extremely difficult to control in large fields, since they work inside the stalk and it is difficult to get the insecticide in the right places for control. DDT applied in heavy application' either as * spray or du*t will give fair control but mav not control the wortnt inn".. If a dust is used it should be applied with » dust- watches left during lh« open, ing wfll be repaired a.« needed, free. ing machine, having th* nozzles approximately four inches above the t/>p of the stalks,' blowing the dust oownward. i A 10 per cent DDT dust, should be applied at the rate' of IS pounds per acre. A spray consols of two to three quarts i of 25 '; DDT emulsion in what- : ever amount of water necessary to cover an acre may also be used. Again the spray no/7.1ejt should be set directly over the row so that the spray mav be directed immediately into ihe Grain Sorghum producers should bo making plans for storage at harvest time. According to information recently received the loan price will be in a commercial warehouse or in a private storage and the expense is borne by the farm- MR. & MRS. L. L. UHEREK INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THEIR GRAND OPENING -THURS., FRI. & SAT. TELEVISION CENTER PHONE 7 2911 36 CIRCLE WAY LAKE JACKSON FORMERLY LOCATED AT 32 CIRCLE WAY FREE DOOR PRIZES: 1st Priie O.E. 9" Portable Televsion FREE REFRESHMENTS AND OTHER PRIZES NOT LISTED DRAWING FOR PRIZES - SAT. JUNE 29, 5:30 P. M. 2nd Prize Zenith Royal "500" Transistor Radio OPENING SPECIALS One 21" Hoffman table model T.V., wallet woo;! gi'ain finish $ i A A 95 leg. $240.95 with trade NOW 1^7 21" Hoffman T.V. table model ripple finish with matching base reg. $299.95 With trade NOW Symphonic Hi Fi Record Player, equipped with diamond needle and twin speakers complete with record cabinet in mahogany finish. leg. S1649& NOW Symphonic Radio-phono combination in maple finish with twin $00^ spp-kers reg. $119.95 NOW O7 WE ARE YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR: a. E. T.V.'s and Radios Zenit.U T.V.'H, radios, record pliyers and Hi Fi record players * Web< or .Hi Fi record players and tape iecorders it .'symphonic record players You'll find a complete line of T.V. antennas and Antenna installation materials. We have a modern, well equipped service shop with the latest equipment ... see us soon I MR. AND MRS. L. A. DUESTERBERG Ar* Proud To Announce The GRAND OPENING & RE - LOCATION OF LEONARD'S FLOOR COV. CO. 3* CI1CLE WAY PHOWE 7 6615 LAKE JACKfiO* FORMERLY LOCATED AT 24 CIRCLE WAY THURS., FRIDAY ft SAT- - JUNE 27, 28 & 29 V i. « FREE! RlFRESHKllfTS FOR ALL REGISTER FOR OUR FREE DOOR PRIZES DRAWING Sat. June 29 5:15 p.m. RIMNANT SALE I WAI 1&A« 1^j( li'lM' d" Mist, Gruy lift96* Sarsnette III 12' x 21 8 "Mohawk | A 96 wool GrMvenor Beige I/ 12 x 28 3 Gray Cotton Cabana Motlund 10-H/ixH 3 1 /, Green Lyn brook wool "Boib*rry" 8x12 Trieste Beige Hylon Vicos* "Craft" 4-8x15 Gray Lynbrook wool "Botberry" 12x11-1 Beige Sarandala :ir9 Beige SarandaU SALB P«rT4. »T96 •g 98 12 10 36 Q96 12x28-4 Gray Nylon Vi«eo§« "(Jrown" 12 x 18 1 Gray Saranettfl 6 10 9" 10" 10" 5" 10" 6 " 2" 3 49 * 98 WAS Per Yd. 12x40-8 Gray 0/rosvenor lft95 wool "Mohawk" 13x15 "Mohawk" wool Beige Twist 12x28-10 "Bigelow" wool Gray Leaf 12x29-3 Green Savandale 15 12x8-1 Sarandale Green (as is) 12x11-9 Beige loop Nylon f Viscose Kings Manor 0 9x30-2 "Green" Wool Twist Karagushiau 12x21-5 Beige Sarandale 12x18-6 Arlon Wilton Wool "RED" SALE Pw Yd. 8* 4 96 6" 10 " 25 11" 10" Q95 A 95 3 96 J95 with 32 01. p ad. $5.95 Complete AIM small pie ces of Carpet Arm»trong Quaker Linoleum 12' Armstrong Inlaid Linoleum CA*P1T8 - Asphalt Vinyl M«h*wk and Rubber Tile Momarck Formica Drainboardt, Venetian Blinds Bigelow Graft Boxberry And other nationally known brand* HARP JEWELRY 24 CIRCLE WAY LAKE JACKSON "WOODIE" HARP is proud to announce his FORMAL OPENING THURS., FRI. & SAT. JUNE 27, 28 & 29 "COME BY AND SEE US IN OUR NEW LOCATION" FORMERLY LOCATED IN LACK'S FREE COFFEE & COLD DRINKS BALLOONS FOR CHILDREN £• Sor* And Register For The BEAUTIFUL WATCH TO BE GIVEN AWAY AS DOOR PRIZE I Drawing • Saturday 5 p.m., June 29 * SPECIAL OPENING OFFER » FIRST THREE WATCHES LEFT DURING OUR OPENING WILL BE REPAIRED AS NEEDED FREE! "WE SPECIALIZE IN WATCH REPAIR"

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