Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas on July 24, 1958 · Page 2
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July 24, 1958

Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas · Page 2

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rage Two TCnrrville Mountain Sun, Korrville, Texas, July 24, 1958 "A Kerrvttle tnstttutton For More Than 79 YeanP haocoaoooooooo GUADALUPE VALLEY The Wanderer By IT.XL CUNNINGHAM^ There seems to he a franl i<movement nil the part, of slo'.v letter writers, as the last week of July approarhes. to calch up on tack eorrespondenee hefore August I, when first class K't- ter poslage goes up to I cents, nlong with other increases in •postal i-ates. Von can still put off answering letlers for a •while longer, hut the cost is jroing to he higher, and it mig'.it .In. well to look over overdue correspondence and decide just •which letters ai'e worth >! cents: mid which rate only a .'i-ee'it| stamp. The :)-cent friends had Letter he taken care of immediately, leaving those W'ho<e friendship is worth an addition-| n! penny to lie answered next month or whenever you get nround to it. They might even be flattered that, you valued their friendship highly enough to delay the letter until it eost 4 cents. It's going to he a touchy problem, too, hecausc some of these highly volatile friends •who continually find a chip being knocked off their shotildv, s may resent getting a quick answer under the "-cent rate, deducing (perhaps correctly) that you didn't value their friendship sufficiently to procrastinate a reasonable length of time mid spend an additional penny. This could he a trying time for people with high tempered correspondents and there's a good chance of getting in the dog house any way you turn. Maybe Congress didn't realize 1 all of the implication* when they arbitrarily set August 1 ns the date for postage to go lip, or they might have worked out a more complex system of handling the situation. There is nobody better than a eon- pressman at setting up complex systems. Maybe an affidavit en — mm —— tm ^ m IM the face of the envelope swearing that this letter should have m/^-vMCi been answered under the old MOR IONS postal rates would fill the bill, or mayle Emily Post or Dale(41 A I A f\ l^il Carnegie can figure out some- V A I fill 8 If thing. Meanwhile, guess we'll J?MLf4i/ I/I just try to catch up on our cor-|_ respondents before midnight! July ::i and let the chips fail ^ •where they may. GROCERY Spec®'* f° r Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 24th, 25th, and 2(th PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE FOR OUR CUSTOMERS FREE DELIVERY DAILY STORE HOURS: OPEN 7:00 P. M. CLOSES 7:00 P. M. EACH WEEK DAY MEATS CHOICE CUTS 1 ROUND or LOIN STEAK Ib. 89c !i FRYERS Ib. fie CHOICE GRAIN FED Legs or Chops — Shoulder or Stew LAMB RATHS BLACK HAWK !•: FRANKFURTERS :...Ib. 55c ROEGELEIN SWEETN'IZED SLICED BACON 75c Hunt's, No. 300 Can, Blue Lake, Cut GREEN BEANS can 2lc Hunt's, No. 300 Can, Tender Garden PEAS 2 cans 3k Jack Spratt, No. 303 Can, Sliced BEETS 2 cans 2k Jack Spratt, No. 300 Can, White HOMINY 3cans Be Kimbell's, No. 300 Can BLACKEYED PEAS. .2 cans 2k Hunt's, 14 Oz. Bottle CATSUP 5 bottles J1, 10 ASSORTED i FLAVORS 6 pkgs. 49c Rosedale, No. 2 l / 2 Can PEARS 3 cans $1 'A .'ff Libby's, No. 2 Can, Sliced 1 PINEAPPLE 3 cans $1.00 Libby's, No. 303 Can, Deluxe PLUMS 2 cans Libby's, 46 Oz. Can, Tropical FRUIT PUNCH 3 cans $1 Some people say the wild plum, whence comes some of the best jelly under the sun, is a fust-disappearing fruit, but it isn't so with Prentice Sway::o, •who seems to have a green thumb where wild plums are concerned. Prentice brought in a small branch from his wild plum tree this week so loaded •with fruit that they looked jike clusters of overgrown grapes. We're starting negotiations now for an invitation to biscuits and plum iellv at the Sway/.es' this fall. Tt gets amusing but confusing listening to the political ean- paign speeches on the wireless these days and you can't miss them, because they always come on just before the program that you want to hear, and when you tune in a minute or two early, that's just when the speaker is getting eloquent about what old pole cats each and every one of his opponents are, already having covered his own angel-while character. If it sounds disillusioning, though, l>e of good cheer, and wait for the next candidate to come on, and you'll get just exactly the opposite picture of the siUia- 1ion. That's democracy in action. .$. ' City Manager and Mrs. Tx. TT. Weiss, just returned from a Id-day vacation to Yellowstone Vark and intermediate points, boasted something of a record 'Wcdensduy morning —a 10-day vacation trip, and they didn't see a single person they knew. The Fire Department, which v.'e'd much rather see with nothing to do, got a hot one Tuesday night when a midnight fire wrecked the beautiful new home of Mrs. Charlie Peterson on Redbud Lane. There wasn't much they could do about the bedroom wing of the house, lor it was engulfed in flames when MARYLAND CLUB INSTANT MARYLAND CLUB, ALL SIZES COFF 25c SUNSHINE NEW LEMON COOKIES... lib, bag flc PACERS, 10 OZ., FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 5 pkgs. 51.00 CAT OUTDOORS! Seasonall Garlic Salt Minced Onion 25c Barbecue Spice --25c 19 C 4 Oz. Black Pepper 25c 29c HeCOKMICK SPICES HUNT'S, 46 OZ. CAN TOMATO JUICE can 29c HUNT'S, No. 300 CAN TOMATO SAUCE 2 cans 29c BLUE PLATE, 2 LB. PURE 2 LB. JAR STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 5k PREMIUM, IODIZED OR PLAIN SALT 2boxesl9c Imperial Cane 10 Lbs. 5 Lbs.J .S1.fi 52c Waldorf, White 3 rolls 25c Diamond, 80 Count 1. boxes 25c j Heinz, Strained ^BABY FOOD jar IQc ; Pet or Carnation MILK 4 small or 2 tall cans 29c 200's, White, Yellow or Pink KLEENEX 8 boxes $1. Gold Medal FLOUR 25 Ibs. $1.89} 10 Lbs 94c 5 Ibs 49c KRAFT'S MIRACLE FRENCH DRESSING..ftoz.iarBe BAYER'S ASPIRINS 2d Count . 50 Count . 100 Count . 33c 57c Lipsticks Face Cream Nail Polish Hair Preparations Deodorants Fancy Soaps Lotions and Astringents You can find these in the leading popular brands at the PLAZA DRUG STORE Cosine lie heudijuarters of the Hill Country OUR NEW SHIPMENT OF ORVUS SOAP HAS ARRIVED (1 GAL. JARS) THE UPTON TEA TEA 16 Count Tea Bags 39c 23c No. 1 PINTO BEANS 2 Ib. bag 19c SUPREME CRACKERS 1 Ib. box 25c PARD DOG FOOD 2 cans 27c REGULAR SIZE TIDE Giant Size 2 boxes 61c Jlc REGULAR SIZE BABO 2cans3lc VEGETABLES LARGE CALIFORNIA ICEBERG LETTUCE 2headst9c YOUNG AND TENDER OKRA 2 Ibs. forlk HOME GROWN BELL PEPPERS 2 Ibs. I9c CALIFORNIA WASHED POTATOES IDIbs. 39c PECOS CANTALOUPES 2 Ibs. tic

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