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August 14, 1958

Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas · Page 3

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"A RtrrvOli Institution For Nor* T tan 78 Kerrvillt Mountain Sun, Kerrville, Texas, August 14, 1968 Thiw The Camp Meeting leaaon has ome and gone and directors were well pleased with the re- ponse to the services. The rowds were not BO large for tin Sunday morning services as leretofore, but the groups for he evening services were much arger. There was a spirit of ellowship and reverence which irevailed during the entire week if meetings, and the music wan >f exceptional beauty. It was he first time for Rev. Frank Walker of Brownsville and Rev. Douglas Moore of San Antonio o have a part in the services, and they made firm and last- ng friendships among their isteners. It Her* It's Coat & Suit Time At The Vogue DOUBLE 8 A H GREEN STAMPS Will be given on the pur* I chase of any new Fall Coat for Suit starting today [through Aug. 25th. We Invite You to See Our Outstanding Fashions By LILLI ANN SWANSDOWN PRINTZESS MARY LANE MARGE ORIGINALS NEW YORKER You can see all the new colors and fabrics in all sizes and prices. Cashmeres, wool, silk and wool blends, imported fabrics, tweeds, Stroock, Frostmann, and Blinn are names you remember in fine fabrics. Priced from, $22,98 to $148.98 •$• * + Summer Dresses \ Must Go I 1/2 Price I Reg. from ?8.98 to ?44.98 I <•<••$• Summer Shoes $1.00 — $2.00 — $3.00 Reg. $3.98 to $12.98 •«•->•» Summer Skirts — Blouses Sale l / 2 Price Reg. to $14.98 1/2 Price Sale Summer SPORTSWEAR SWIMSUITS BAGS — JEWELRY lAll Summer Wear In Our CHILDREN'S DEPT. Sale 1/2 Price •$• $ * Remember to shop In Air Conditioned Comfort At A note from a retired minister Mka why brides carry a prayerbook or • Bible it their weddings, and have the volumes entirely covered with ribbons and flowers, prefer* tbly a white orchid showered with stephanotls. He thinks the flowers are lovely, when carried alone, but to his mind the prayerbook or the Bible •re symbols of a deep and sacred feeling on the part of the bride, and should be carried uncovered. We can't an- •wer his question for we are not a bride—but the happiest solution and the most effective one that we have seen was carried by Ann Stacy when she was married to Scab Eastland. She carried her white prayerbook, with a tingle whit* flower, the stem wrapped In foil, ai a book mark, wKh the bloaaom ei- tending beyond the edge of the page*. We would like to tell onr questioner that long ago we decided that the wedding was the bride's affair, •nd we might as well let her do as she pleases, for she is anyway. Emily Post insists, and so doea Amy Vanderbllt, that there can be no such thlnga aa a maid of honor and a matron of honor in the same wedding. One pert little bride- elect said, "Well, who told them?" «> * *• Have you ever seen so many stinging insects as we are having this year? Picnickers, and even people who stay out-of- doors a lot are constantly on the alert for these fighters, about three kinds of wasps, Including the bitter red ones, yei- lowjackets, hornets and the bumble bees—-to say nothing 1 of the stock flies. Red ants are traveling a lot and once in a while someone gets stung by a scorpion. Our favorite doctor tells us that antlhistimines, applied on a piece of cotton, or a small dose Internally, baking soda, aromatic spirits of ammonia, and other household remedies may be used. Sometimes these bites can be serious. A visitor from Houston, here a few summers ago, was stung by a wasp and her hostess applied household ammonia and bandaged the bite. The result was a huge burn which lasted much longer than the insect sting would have. About People — Mr». A. B. Williamson sustained a fell last Friday which resulted in a broken shoulder. Her Haugh- ter, Lucille Gibson, had Jiwt gone to Colorado for a visit and retained Monday to be with her mother. Frances Williamson of San Antonio also came to be with "Mlas Eron," who is doing nicely . . Minnie Mae Barton is about again after a several works siege of illness . . . Marlon Saenger was so pleased to sec the pictures of her grandchildren, Kathryn Ann and Charles Baker, on the front page of the San Angclo Standard . . . Entha and Lewis Davis planning a trip to Philadelphia, Pa., in September, where they will attend the general meeting of the Eastern Star . . . Abe Lee, who is in Granbury, sends greetings to friends, as do Alma and Charles Hale in Mona- bans. «• •> <> The dove season will begin on September 1 and friends nre ooklng forward to the annual Dove Shoot given by Hilda Aw'id and her children, Dorothy and Barton Dlsmukes, and Bobbilee and Bob Ramsey . . . Also to Loma and Elmer Real and others. This week marks the birthday anniversary of Mlm Sue Robinson, who says that she was 100 years old In IMS. Relatives of Miss RoMlWttfl say that the family reeorda were burned long ago In * courthouse fire In South Te«•s, and they are not sure of the date, but that she shouM know. She lived on her ranch above Ingram for many, many years, but moved into Kerr* (Continued on Page I) Mrs* Garland Lang Representing Southwestern Life Insurance Co. 818 Water Street Phone CL 7-4081 "Your Friendly StoiV Over 35 Years In Th« Hill Country *PREE — CUTEST KID IN TOWN CONTEST* In order to find the cutest kid in town—HEB is sponsoring a photo contest. Each child entered with a portrait taken FREE OF CHARGE by a professional child photographer, with option to buy five 3V4 x 6 pictures and one 8 x 10 for only $4.95 after you see the free one. YO DO NOT HAVE TO BUY THE PORTRAIT if you don't want them. Rules: 1. Any child under school age may be entered. 2. Each child must be accompanied by an adult. 3. Just bring your child to HEB anytime Fri. or Sat., August 15 or 16. 4. Free portrait must be picked up by parent on Mon., Tues., or Wed., August 25, 26, or 27. PRIZES: 1st. — One 11x14 Goldtoned Portrait. 2nd. — Goldtone 8x10 Portrait. 3rd. — 8x10 Silvcrtoned Portrait. Portraits will be judged by people who do not live in this county. 10 ASSORTED FLAVORS MARYLAND CLUB POUND VACUUM LIGHT CRUST PRICES COOO THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 15, 1* FLOUR SURF SHORTENING CORN 5-LB. BOX DETERGENT 5c OFF - YOUR COST LARGE BOX BAKE-RITE 3-LB. CAN DEL MONTE WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN 12-OUNCE CAN 83c 45c 25 73 15 PINEAPPLE BESTEX SLICED No. 2 CAN 27c Scott Paper Products 2 - 27' 20' MOW At *OLl Scotrowels RIOULAR ROLL ....*. T. Cut Rite 0*7* WAX PAPIR-12S «IT Tissue 27 4 - 33' Softweve 0 ,„ 07* MGUIAR IOLL A Al WAIDORF-ROU H.EB. GUARANTEED MEATS: HORMEL VACUUM COOKED GOOD BABY BEEF OR VEAL: Skinless-Boneless-No Waste 4-Lb. Size f^l 1 r* -,, " RoaM •* Canned Picnic $2. SHOULDER Swift Oriole Or Silver Valley . CfOWll Sliced Bacon . .lb. 69c R °UND OR Roegeiein Hickory Smoked g^J^ g^ JJ, g^ Bacon Squares we i; —-^ Hormel Dairy, AH Meat . SHORT RIBS . 11). 39c PEAS : N ! *" 17< FRANKS «»• 55c RIB CHOPS . lb. 75c| IMPERIAL CANE 5-lB. ftAG SUGAR 51c H.E.B. EVAPORATED TAU CAN MILK 2», 27« SILVER VALLEY POUND CARTON MARGARINE W SWIFT'S PREMIUM AH Meat Sliced or Chunk Gortons Pre-Cooked Large Size 8-OZ. Bologna lb. 49c Fish Cakes 2 f(ir BISCUITS PUFFIN OR BISQUICK REGULAR ....3 « »29c SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER OME DOLLAR REWARD full DITAIIS IN IVERY JAR AND CAN WARM WEATHER DRUG AND HOUSE WARE SPECIALS BEATTHEHEAT! with coot, shttr KNEE-HI NYLONS HUSH.TONE SHADI 51 GAUGE, IS DENIER WITH SEAMS, OR •EAUTIFUt NEUTRAl SHADE, NEW MICROMISH WEAVE, SEAMLESS YOUR CHOICE WHILE SUPPLIES LIST.' HALF PRICE PROM DOROTHY PERKINS LIQUID CREMi MG. $200 SIZE Shampoo ....'KS.»I" VELVET HUM REG. Sl.OO SIZE Shampoo M°. Z S 1°° CREAM, RIG. $ 1.00 SIZE, 2-Oi. Jar Deodorant 50< SPRAY . NET MGUIAI Of DIAMOND CUAI turn son -AMERICA'S FIRST SPRAY HAIR DRESSING" ^ A V LANOLIN UA T DISCOVERY PWAMA POU. wi MVIII YOU ie un out lor UVAWAV HAN. SO UiV, |0 SIMOil! IT COfli NO MOIfl * IMMl DOWN »AVMINT Will MOID TOUI BOU UNIH PICIMIII. »AT THf IAST WAV, Utl OUI IATAWAT. UASS Hose Nozzle »o st« 49< Refrigerator Bottle^io iu1?< IUIIII Sith Mat ti< VALUE 66 C IUIIII Drainboard Mat,. ( VALUE 66< •Ullfl Jlove Top Hit ,,. VWH tt< 4-OZ. CAN JUS SIZE TOP ICE TEA CUSSES REGULAR 26c _ REGULAR 19c - •» •%"• CREST ' LARGI TUIB TOOTHPASTE DJERKISS AND MAVIS SUMMER JPECIAl I ALCUM5 . • . REG. 69c SIZES 4f* lol GARDEN HOSE $ H»l. IIK •1C. II.M 1« J4-QT. METAL WASTE BASKET GOLD CUP H.E.B. BEST TOWIE PETITE .POUND BAG .POUND BAG ,10-OUNCE JAR 69' 73 27 COFFEE COFFEE OLIVES DOG FOOD VERMICELLI SR^ 23 EVERBEST PEACH 12-OUNCE JAR QUART PRESERVES 2* STA-PUF... 4P Silver Chief NO. 1 TALL CAN SPINACH DEL MONTE NO. 303 CAN 2 FOR 25c GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE CALIFORNIA ICEBERG LETTUCE 2 •» 15c CITY BRAND _TOMATOES ............. carton 10c MEXICO __ LIMES ..................... dozen I2c YOUNG TENDER _ OKRA ...................... lb. He YELLOW SWEET YOUNG TENDER EAR CORN 3 for IQc CALIFORNIA FIRM RIPE ALAMO CITY BRAND Pietsweet lilac-keyed _ Pictsweet 10 Oz. Pkg. PEAS. 10oz.pkg.23c PEAS lit Fresh Sliced * 10 Oz, Pkg. B fc ** ** ••'••• _• • >f v Strawberries ... 25c »-1«.. ••^^••••••••••••••••••••••[^H APPI F H.E.I. «ANCY WHOIE NO. 309 CAN uilMUtNT GREEN BEANS W BREEZE uullOX 3fK CATSUP BESTEX M-OUNCI lOHlE 15 18' CLOROA BLEACH ........ ... PINIAPPlf ICIO ANGEL FOOD CAKE ......... 69< OlANGf COCOANUI, 7* IACM CAKE ........................ 59< CAIAMIl NUT f ACH COFFEE CAKE .............. 36< SflCf APPIC »|tO, OF I BREAKFAST ROLLS ......... 23' CHOCOIATC CUP K«, OF « *"•'•* ••••«»««««»t»«t«»« «««•• •• AQOlPMUi LONG GRAIN 2-LR. »OX niwfc •*•••*••*«•• t« *•••••• vf EVERBEST HAMIURGER \6-OUNCI JAI PICKLES S. .......... 25« KAISER ALUMINUM RiOULAR ROll FOIL ..................... 29« GULF PLAIN 01 IODIZED 26-OUNCE ROX SALT ............... 2,o.19« •ESTEX PINEAPPLE 4-OUNCi CAN <«tlf ••tX

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