The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on July 4, 1957 · Page 3
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Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, July 4, 1957
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and Bmorte County, Thnrgday, July 4, OPEN mm TILL * For Ydtff Shopptrtf CaitV«Mi«*«« T H X PACTS Thousands of Pairs of SHOES for the Entire Family "'" REDUCED! Bride-Elect, Miss Janette Livanec, Honored With Shower In Brazoria A doublfe duty wedding c*k* was presented to Mini Janette Livanec, bride-elect of Billy Joe' Wteczyk, by Mrs. Berth's received supplying many of the needs of a new hrnne. The shower was held in the recreation hall of the St. John's Homemaker Hints By United Press Ma* Vollbaum at the bridal I Episcopal Parish in J shower complimenting her recently. Th* thrce-tiei-ed wedding cake topped with the traditional bride and groom, was used us t centerpiece on the refreshment table and then saved to b« served at the a setting roses in of arrangements of pastel colorings. More than 80 guests registered during the everting. when not in UK**. To heat commercially canned vP2Plshlp«. rtrain fhp liquid into a saucepan and boil it rapidly before adding the vegetable to heat. Cut down eye strain whilr knitting by having two sets of needles—light-colored fine? for dark yarn and dark needle? [or light yarn. A New Englander report":; TAXIS with motors of only hat h» has just received a'lv/o horsepower are to be giv- 'hri'slmas card which was en a trial in Paris. What th« iiailerl to him last heeemhpr. rah? of the French capital and •3et the Santa Clans depicted every other city really need in it looks mighty tired. is slowed-down meters. " An old wooden toy box may be converted into a cedar storage box by lining it with aro- ——- matic red cedar closet lining. YOllttl MOSt Sfit SENSATIONAL (SHOE jVALUES! • UY NOW AND SAVft Hemove ccllophan* from lamp-shades a* soon ».« you buy ding of the cmiple Saturday, j them. The wrappint" will cause . J "I; V *'. u r. ! )h * l»rnp-shsde to v.-arp is left I Twenty-flv« p6ise friends nl\ m tnn ,„„„ v \ Misi Livanec and her mother, Mrs. Ladd Livanec. served »s i hostess** «t th* shower, including Mr§. E. J. Warny and Mr». Ellen t.cBlanc of Went. Columbia, Miss. Art Curtis of Needville, and Miss Lillian Wlecj.yk of Damon. A five-piece dinette »et of wrought metal and pink plastic w«s presented the honoree by the hostess with other nift» Add » generous da?h of paprika to batter when french frying onion rings. Garnish with more paprika when fried to a golden brown. To keep steel wot>! pads from There will h» a d'-trirt meeting of the Catholic Youth Council in' Damon Sunday afternoon. .Fulv 14. All members from the 81-37- osport area are urged to attend. Mar-Len JUNIOR SIZES & MISSES SIZES SPORT WEAR LINGERIE-CASUAL DRESSES HATS BAGS-HOSE : 97 N. Parking PI. Lake Jacksoi. DRESS SHOIS! SPORT SHOIS! CASUALS! PUMPS! STRAPS! SLINGS! HI-HEILS! MID-HEELS' FLATS! MANY COLORS! MANY 5TYL1S! MANY OTHERS - Sale Priced M" to *3",.,, Children's Shoes-Boys* & Girls 1 Thousands of Pairs R-E-D-U-C-E-D! $ «IOO $467 $497 I • Pr. • I • Pr. • I • P • SANDALS • Loafers Pr. • DRESS SHOES • OXFORDS Whites • Blocks • Browns SIZIS: LITTLI 1 TO IIG J — NOT ALL SIZIS IN IVMY STYLI M ANY OTHERS- Reduced! S 2 5 ' lo ; 3 MEN'S and BIG BOYS' SHOES Drastically R-E-D-U-C-E-D $597 J*Pr. $r»7 5 »7 iV MINI SIZfS 6'i TO 12 IOYS' SIZIS 1 TO 6 Pr. Sov* Up to $3.00 Pair! • DRESS • SPORT • TWO-TQNES Nor All Sis«* in Ivtry Sweeny- Old Ocean News Coach in Mr.i. Glen Buffaloe, who «re moving to Bridge City % \o m»k» th*ir horn*, where Coach Buffalo* issumed the dutiec of his new coaching position there this week, wer* the hon$ree« at a dinner-dance h«W at th« Phillips Club Friday night. Moj'ing the event were Mr. and Mr«. U E. Tolbirt, Mr. and Mr». R. C. Culpppper. Mr. and Mrf. R. S. Ph'llipf. Mr. und Mrt. R. S Ixirlz. Mr. and Mm. W. W. Greene, Mr. and Mm. Gordon Goering and Mr. and Mr«. W. L. Houston. Another going away parly i "U accorded Mr». J. M Mtm- 'neriyn before the family moved to Lake J«ck.>on to make i their home. j The Ladien' Golf Aisociation wer* hoKtetHn. Each giiect brought a handkerchief ai a farewell gift for the honoree. Gueel in thi C. E. McKinney'» home are their son and daughter-in-law, Lt. and Mrs. 'Gerald McKinney /nun San Diego, Calil. Other guests have been Mr. and Mrs. Roger McKinney of Huntivillc and Clyd* of Houston. Visitors in th* A C. Frost home hav« been her sister, Mn. L. R. Autry of Midland and her nier« and family, Mr. ;and Mr«. B. E. Schulti and young daughter of Abilene. | Young Chris Christian. 18- monthi old ion of Mr. and Mrs. ' Billy Matt Christian, was bit' ten by a snakt lat* Saturday : evening a> he played i n the jird at IH» WMte of hii grand- parenti, Mr. and Mrs. E. J Christian. Tht young man was taken to the hospital in th« Sweeny Fir* Department ambulance and !« reported to be doing nic«ly. ; Tht department's emergency : vehicle i» operated by volunteer driven, and it ii truly remarkable the service they pre- form. The driven are notified of the need for an ambulance by one long blast on the fire whistle, and we witnessed the pick up of the patient Saturday ,—which was ju«t exacly five minutes following the emergency call. Service like this is » rule. rather than an exception, and since the firemen have to gn from their home lo the Fire Station to pick up the ambulance, we are astounded anew |*.ich time they answer s call Our hat is sure off to the Fire : Department and the communi- •1} service which they render Mits Bettv Balkum. daugh- ler of Mr. and Mrs. J. I B a .- kum. who *• a student M SHS TC in Hunuville hji very little time to get homesick, for if she doesn't spend the weekend at home, some of her friends go up to Huntsville to vim her. Bitty', .jster. Linda ^nd Barbara Mtillinex have been her most recent guests. i Hope that all the readers of column have a very happy holiday weekend free from injury and accidents. With auto! mobile accidents and drown; ings at a peak during «u , n , vacation travel—please do take Plenty of time for your trm whether it i, to be a ', norl „„, i or cross country travel—so it ij'ill he a happy, eventful trip ^hat you h«ve planned ! ..-rL V *r°" nd "'" e ' bm s " trl " ,- The I.,f, YOU Save Mav Be ! i our Own. GERLAND'S&LONISN0.1&N0.2 FABRIC CASUALS ^ TENNIS SHOES Men's! Boys'! Women's! Girls'! SAVE ON EVERY PAIR Lowtit Pricvi . . . Beit Quality 213 WEST 2ND. AVE. FREEPORP, TEXAS A FREE SERVICE TO ' THE PUBLIC ! i BRADSHAW j TRAVEL BUREAU I N. r.'iif Bud. Kr>v\a(ioiu on An.i • AIRLINE • RAILROAD • STEAMSHIP SIMPLY TALL v* TO iiti.p VOI' WITH YOl'B TRAVEL mm LAKI 9^^^ r«. ••< ?• !•*« Itocfr ft.M I*./.,, rffM .. t»« /,,,/. \ NAIIKO THIANSLI, m, WMIAT ot CM* THINS J| « IRELAND'S CHIPPED OR SLICID BARBECUE L-S^ DASH FOOD 3 Com 47° V. J f "' '-v FtfSN FIOIEI FOOIS KieCzvs-sr BeinT TS£3r UMlf " X 29' csrtfe w Lemeiude 3 '." 35' 1 JACKSON BRAZORIA WEST COLUA SUPER VALU STORES "WE GIVE BLACK GOLD STAMPS" E WIIK-END ««CIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 5 AND 6 ] WI IISIKVt THI «ISHT TO LIMIT QUANTITII! 1 "SUPI* QUALITY" lAfY «If . CARLOAD SXLE Of FINt QUALITY CATTLI SIMOW SKAKS r. ..K . L . 75c KMWD »r SWISS STUK lk 79c T-MNE SftAKS t. „., u 89c SHOUIDHWAST ,,.. r . £ -, ». 39c ROUND NNE ARM ROAST u 47c MISIH ROAST ir SHORT RftS u 29c SLICED BACON » 65c "SUFI* QUALITY" HEMffl IMPOITIO FCOM DfNMARK tXTRA tlAM«CXT»A FANCY SfCCP LJ A AA C«rt«r $1 59 Firtt Slices $1 1 9 ^l^\rV« Slicw, Lk. ' Lb. • SHOf SUPIR-VALU fIRST CALIFORNIA FRESH CRISP Lettuce 2-^1 9c HOMI-GROWN FANCY Cucumbers u9c SANTA ROSA IEAUTY PLUMS u 19c • kWI la# *•"• 1 i V CALIFORNIA Avocados 2 ^29c HUNT'S FRISH jj ^ TOMATO JUICE ... 4 < • 1 - •ANCHJTYLI IINOJOOOTC "* CK " M " J 0 1 CC BEANS L c - 41 Popcorn L Bo "' ID UNPUWOOO-I 1 AT P**WH'I JUDJY HOUSEHOLD ft F f MVILED HAM Si* IS . AMMONIA ...ZJ LOHS G«AIH CONVItTIO FLUFFY M A BLIACHit, DtODORIZES, CLIANS AJfc / » Uncle Ben's RkeX M 43 CLOROX ....£',: 33 NATIONAL DISTILLED * mm APPLE CIDER VINEGAR E: 17 »IA fflB C»i yet Jo «•*» r'gtt an It* | 9 *»i. <" ' "' ' ••••••*». CARNATION COTTAGE CHEESEuJSc KKAFTS CHtESI roOO VEIVEETA ...££ 79c • LACK GOIO FINI 9UAIITY BUCK PEPPER :,:29c HACK SOLD TIN! QUAIITY MARGARINE u.29c HUNTS BARTUTT PEARS "'cT 29c SKYWAY fum pattiitvif STRAWBERRY 2J °.r39c PARROT BRAND TOMATO CATSUP 2 ' 28 ;r 33c FIR[ KIMS OftF* LOAF PAN ... 49c FI.O«M DESIGN ICI TEA GLASSES 6 '£"7* Sfokely's FINEST Saladettes No. 300 Can J* GLADIOLA ENRICHED Rug. 11.51 LADY ISTHCR FACE CREAM 69 e SCHICK 1TOLADES . Plui To« Freeport; V /*"' LUX SOAP 3 R.gular Ban LUX SOAP 2 Both Ban Silver DUST 69 Giant Packag* NABISCO FIG NEWTONS l-Lb. Bag 37 You'll enjoy doing business with the hi«ndly ptople in your SUPER VALU FOOD STORE Admiration FRESH GROUND CHOICE OF GRINDS Mb. Pkg. THERE'S ONLY 40 PAGES IN A BLACK &OLP STAMP SAVER^ BOOK

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