The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 21, 1960 · Page 9
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Texas, Wed., December 21, I960 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Bruces' Citrus Crop Good £z rjrr^r rt ™^r tot um -r <** - ' •- U£ul - cn " a Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bruce ar harvesting red grapefruit weigl )nK up to nearly two pound worn a tree they grew from seed. One cluster of six fruits averae Th° ne 1" d u a ha " poun(ls ea * They also have lemon trees tha are bearing large lemons, some is big as oranges. ™, W( a((lj mrs Bruce sn have pecan trees, pear^es and otlier plantings on their one tl on Bruce retired from MB. AMD MRS. I. H. BHUCE Six Crapefiuh W.,, On Single Clu.ler Station Operators Back Sunday Laws _ A newiy formed organization November. IHnM,,^'. -.„,_"' newly formed organization «ie Brazosport Service Station Association, met Monday night to Pledge Its support to Sunday olog- Ing laws. J. O. Christian, vice president Raid that 16 of the 21 members were present to vote In favor tfl supporting those persons working toward Sunday closing regulations. Members aK went on record as favoring better service and better products rather than giving tradini? Sitnmnii *« *».„»,.«. About seven years ago the dropped some seeds from a rei grapefruit Into a. bucket of dirt when the seeds sprouted, they se tte small trees out, and they have been harvesting grapefruit fcr about four years. An earlier attempt to grow grapefruit trees resulted in the three lemon trees. Mrs. Bni"s says they purchased three grapefruit trees which turned out to be emon trees when they put out . ^ hei . r homegrown red grape- ruit have Seeds, so the Bruces £' 0the ? rei! «"»*iUl tree bears the seedless variety, but in a smaller size. *' are very and yard work with only occasional help from a hired man. The Bruces have been faithful workers of Freeport First Presby tenan Church through the years Bruce ha* been an elder there Eleven From Brazorin Houston. — Brazoria FRESH DRESSED ,, m .i'"L"' J ; ra " > ' and Mrs. Bruces work has been recognized by an honorary l| fe membership In Women ofthe Church of the Pres byterian Church of the US. nh^Sf Cani ? 0t do as mudl active church work now as they would Jne years have anchored — more and more to their home, their cirrus trees another gardening activities. oi^m 03113 open an average of 60 milUon car* of food every 24 mm «»www SliCGCl BACON ••Hi Veal Crown ng the University a^'MrrNan Qgbun, Mean, Rt. 1, Z S a, . 1, BOX Rchard Lee Parker, Box S lies Truett Watson *7l02 wl M? ; ^ Ray Wood . W2, Mrs. Dianna Marie Grain Watson, 102 W. Alabama; Itewey Edward Weatherford, Rt i ; ^e Otis Stanger Jr.; — in now ranks •< chool in -' -"• -t, ijee Robert David Francis F Albert the the second University trading to customers. o cusomers They discussed a group hospital!- ployee families, and pledged to zation plan for employer-em- November. It includes major station operators as well as independ eat station operators. The asso- cooperato with each other In ciation's charter was recently returned from Austin and an office installation and charter meeting is planned for Jan. 16. Installed at that time will be Lloyd Murrell, president; Christian, vice president; Sammy Hollo- Way, secretary treasurer; and a boa SUGAR CURED FRESH LARGE [ SIZE ••L. EXTRA FANCY •HI FRESH HOME KILLED — —. ^^AVVTU ROAST PICNICS - 27 ^*mmmmm Eichs Whip Topping 1001 Kraft Miracle Whip Salad PORK HAMS PORK SHOULDER S" BACON « LEAN f iiAnr PORK CHOPS RIBS — — ^^••••M Silverdale Frozen 1 Strawberries HILLSDALE SLICED ft^k • ik • HIM • — _ .v^ WIO wmpaaiad • HILLSDALE SLICED DRESSING t 49^| PINEAPPLE Simple Simon Frozen ' Pumpkin or •*• Mince Meat Pl6S No. 2 Can M,, . e c nology Education and Junior College - oege Plus a Downtown School and . The University Is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Gen- JWV1K6 HOUSTON 4 THE OUlFtOASI . en- eral A. D. Bruce, USA, retired ' LETTERS ToSANTA 213 WEST 2nd. AVE. FREEPORT GIFT SLIPPERS WE GIVE BIG BONUS STAMPS : • VELVETS ' • LEATHERS ; • SATINS SIZES , • FOB TRIMS 4 to 10 CHILDREN'S GIFT SLIPPERS FRESH CORN FED HOME KILLED PIGS Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. .Lb. • Zipper Bootees COMPARE OUR LOW PRICE • WARM-LINED • FABRICS • LEATHER MOCS ~ GORE SIDES EYELET TRIMS Thousands of Fairs to Choose From! MEN'S & BIG BOYS' COMFORTABLE" GIFT HOUSE SHOES nu! Blacks' ^. j | Browiu? Blacks! Tu-TonesJ qq l ** 1 2 9£ AND SIZES 3'/i TO 6 MEN'B ' SIZES 6Vi TO a Prattlow Whole Spiced PEACHES No. 2% Qan LITE FLUFF BISCUITS UBBY'S Green Onions, Fresh Radishes 2 For Nice CELERY Oranges 5 "<• HBMiMMiMH SNOWDRIFT OKEAMT SHORTENING ••••HHH FBESH COUNTRY TOMATO JUICE •••^^•^^M UBBY KINGSIZE^^^ RIPE OlIVES FRIT COCKTAIL PINEAPPLE H ca. $100 • 2 No. 300 ( J CORDUROYS i • FLEECE-LINED BOOTS : BOOTS.BOQr5 forjhe Entire Fqmily MAJOEETTES FLAT iS BOOTS i v^*-*Jv A . •'• : No.l -^"^^•^•^B Brach'a Choc. Covered •• ^ H -oracn's Choc. Covered 59° I CHERRIES •Mfct^^OI^HttJk I^B No. 303 CAN No. 2 Can 12 oz. Box WHITE WALKING HEEL BOOTS Black for BOYS mil GIRLS! SIZES 8Vi to 12 PK. Ideal fop School or Play— In the spirit of a good old-fashioned Yule* fide, we greet you with thanks for your patronage... warm wishes for your holiday happiness and contentment. NOWLIN JEWELRY OPPOSITE THEATRE LAKE JACKSON mm *± M o »Htry Kist DTICORN Kountry Kist Whole Kernel Genuine Goodyear Welts COWBOY BOOTS 12 oz. Cans WE GIVE BIG BONUS STAMPS WEN ALL DAY <imruv for Boys and Girls • Black • Tan • Bed. • Combinations SIZES svi to 12 *m AA and 12W to 3 Arm 99 COMPARE M ~ m - Quaker FLOUR 5 uauoiu 4 <„ Cowb °y Boot y SAVE AT LEAST ». ON EVEfiY PAIH! } Big Boys' and Girls' . 99 0 m^£^^^^^^^^^^^————^^^SBS^——~^j^^R^ , MARKET 729 WIST BROAD FRHPORT Specmls Good Thurs., Fri. and Sat., Dec. 22, 23, 24 ...99 P r - to - ^ Sizes 3% to 6 Tappeys Whole Louisiana YAMS No. 303 Can —-a -~^jt> auu WULUS COWBOY BOOTS MEN'S COWBOY BOOTS ll^T. 24" Famous ACMMex.

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