The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 27, 1957 · Page 3
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STOCK UP NOW FOR JULY THI 4TH ThtM pricm good Thunday thru Saturday, Juno 27-29. Wi MMrv« Hit right t* limit SAVE UP TO 49% M MAMKST FINEST QUALITY ALUMINUM COOKWAAE UNCONDITIONAUY GUARANTY Eitr«-t*iel, Mirror ftnidt. H««t-Proof H*ndl«< «f lilo-Lita, Compltt* Choit* of Uurful and Praetic*! Aluminum Kitchen Artielti! SM our display and yau'K want f» i«v» on ik««« thoic* ittmil 11-INCH CHICKEN FRYER '2.99 wifk |5.00 if eatl> ttgitftr nctipH. Many afAtr pitett af ftint grtai ttr/lngt /»«. WIlNftARTEN'S DELICIOUS SWEET CREAM ICE CREAM Biq VANILLA „ ^ ONtY Ganon 79 PICK JHi RA^O* YOU LIKS IKT GOLDEN AGE WEIVOARTEN'S OWN OUARANTEtD SUNFARM EGGS LAME Q d , sin TRULY RICH, FINK* KAVORBO, ALWAY FRESH MAYONNAISE FOOD CLUI Hug* Pint Jar C Delta Home Style Dill Pickles..*. 29c AkN Aluminum FoM »a 27c Food Club StuHed ONves ,0, 3Sc Kobe? Shoestring Rotates Nac .T Ik Hostess Wax Paper £; 17c Top Frost Meat Pies 4,o, 95e Patfo Oak Charcoal 5 . 27c French's Mustard w. He Derby Barbecue Sftitce ^ 27c Ritz Table Napkim -10c Como Paper Towek 2 ^ 2Sc Pride ke Cream Ivy • pnek of r»fr*ihm«nt FaWstaff or Grand Prize BEER ORANGES SWEET JUICY SUNKIST California's, Tk« Qua! : ty Exetlltnt — luy N«w! GRAPEFRUIT j us. NO. i California 3unlilst 4 l.,r 29 ' MEW POTATOES! JUMBO US. Nil. 1 frrH\ Red 1 BELL PEPPERS I .:a NO i *MC I U. S. NO. 1 CALIF. 10 ; SUNKIST , ; lorida Popayes l SOUR AND JUICY 39 C ' :tome Ib. US. No. l CnillmiU FRESH FIGS ! US. No. I En AT OUR IONELESS BEEF TIPS !", V:^,_ WITH NOOOUSI lutt.r.J hglul, •..,. C«ml,. Ft.it, V., COUNTCR: S<U, Hot Ml. <iU l.lt.i. L.r.. «U.t Ic. T.. .. .nly WELL TRIMMED JASMINE SMOKED ••H Cvt Pw Lb. 53c Ctntcr* P«r Ik. 99c Lb BEEF ROAST SWIFT'S MOStED MEATS LUNdSTUKS ...... '" S7c CMOffCIIHF ...... ' MOWtCrt STEAKS V? sic PARIS ';? !k W«n««r4M'i ENGLISH CUT ROAST , 49c WMn««rl«n'i Iwrf^ UW BONELESS CHUCK ROAST , 59c BONELESS BEEF STEW u 55c FRESH FROZEN RABBITS b 79c fiASPM m "- „ 2S C I FISH STICKS *??£.. 35 C UKERY UILICIOUS dri, ki 'qt icin) :ieAl>Hi IOAP 23e FW« OWE !ISH CAHAME.L tGAN COFFEE OAKE 33i FAMILY PACK FRANKS 3'iWc BEAUYE'S CANNED HAM2-T CHEDDAR CHEESE u. 59c \Vi •• ' [\\- the NcOPO! ITAN UYEUCAK FLY THE Fl »G ON THE FOURTH OF JULY! TRPND Dry "IfC Gi«n» * 3xJ ft«t • Mttal will bia:k«t : • 6 foot, 2-pi«c« pole • Sturdy it»n|« b*x "ioiAL Doc Food ' C.ni 311 8-Ot. -i 99 tack LOIBY DEPTJ. STELLA LINK 4 SULFSATI IS Chiei*M U. Candy Features Tom's Delicious PEANUT 35' lutttr Loqs 110z.Baq PEANUTS a5 15c Her»liC> '.s KISS(ES 23c RATH'S I SUNSHINE 1 * * -J ^fcM^IAC lOc BOSCO 'f'» *• C»«»^ 37 C | CLOROX ^ lie CLOROX Stack Up Today a.!*™ 35c First Cafntdl Column BT WILMA OSILVIE Mr .and Mrs. Leroy And«f» son »n<i family attendtd th« funeral of her couiin, Mri. C. R. Fritsrh, in Austin recently. Mrs. Fritsch died after a short illnes*. Mrs. and Mrs. S. S. We*m» Sr.. Mrr. L. L. McMurrey and Ann McMurrey left Friday for Alabama where they will visit with relatives and Jrienrt* for several days. During th» trip they \vill attend a family reunion at the Pickett horn* in thai area. Here to >ff her parents ott on the Alabama junket wag Mrt. J. vi. Westmoreland with her family. They were visiting here during their vacation, part of which they spent with the elder \Vestimorelands at Sargent. Thj Westmorelands reported that they have just moved into a new home in Liberty, where he is employed by the Texas Company. Yorktwon visited last Sunday with Mr. ana Mrs. H. M. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Avera. The Rev. and Mrs. A. Wayne Jones were honored Wednesday evening with • covered dish supper and pounding by th« . entire congregation of the Columbia Methodist Church. Rev. •Tones arrived in tov/n lasl week to fill the pulpit for the church. j vacated by the retirement of I Rev. Emmett H. Mays. Small (daughter Teresa completes th» j Jones family. The V'esleyan Class of th« church sponsored the evening, with Mrs. Mason Weems giving the welcome to the pastof and his family. Mrs. W. C. Avera served as mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. W. H. Pierce Sr.. and I Mrs. J. C. Rogers led group I singing during the evening, ; with Mrs. D. W. Bacica ae- i companying on the piano. Mr. and Mrs I^eroy Anderson and two children of Tulsai lOkla.. visited Sunday with Mr. : and Mrs. Clyde Harper during !a short business trip to this I area. The Andersons are for. | mer residents of West Colum] bia. I Mr. and Mrs. Don Berry, I Alan and David, have been ' missed from the city during !'he past week, during which I time they have been visiting j in California with Mr. Berry'i j relatives. The group left by | plane from Houston, planning i to visit in Disneyland befor* ! returning to Texas. ! Mr. and Mr«. Irl Roper rif- i turned home Sunday afternoon i from a visit in Oklahoma with relatives. Candy Riggs returned 1« Brazoria Tuesday following a week end visit with her aunt I and uncle. Mr. and Mr». Jim!my Lytel. She i* th« daughter i of Mr. and Mrs. William Riggs. | Mrs. Joe Biry. Marcella and I.Icrrianne. left Monday morn- img for Hondo, where they will ! visit during the week wi* rel- | atives. Biry will dnvt to Hon- I do this week end to bring hu family home. Baptist General Encampment Will Be At Paiacios Th« First Baptist Church, Lake Jacknon i« taking regif- trntion this we«k for th* Baptist G r n e r a I Encampment ! •.••hirh will bt hfld July 1-7 »t ; Paiacios. I Among speaker! for thu i event will he; Dr. Jam* 1 ? S. I Rt'.ev. pastor of Second Bap- 'list Church, Houston, and Rev. ' Brooks Web«ter. Boh Boyd, Director of Recreation, and Wayne Phllpol. the Mu»ic Director will alto participate in the program of the encomp- ; nient. ' Tho.'e attending the camn : will leave from the church oit ; Monday, July 1, with the eve- !ning meal at S:S(I p.m. being jlhe beijinninK point o! the 'ii- cnmpment and the breakfast meal on Monday July 8 marking the end. The camp is for all asf« and Pastor John ?f. Beard expresses « de«ir« to se« all younf! people attend wri can possibly do so IS YOUR HOUSE HALF INSURED? Remember, if you're not fully insured — it i not enough! SEE TODAY F. E. FOWLER On Fir* And Hurrk»n» Iiuurtncc. And CompUU Auto Coiti.it OH CALL 3-2371 t t •".T • t

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