The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on April 29, 1970 · Page 18
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•asm/tern THE BHAZOWOKTFACTO, Freeporl, Te».., HXJneixUy, AprilZt,.t7., Mcltaiil,P.gc |» u.s.CHOICE RUMP ROAST 98< uj, CMOICI rtNOEMAY ur.tr BOWUSf. I. (I T-BONE STEAK \ COUNTRY STYLE SLICED BACON .. 69<f Sptciili good thru May 7. 1970 Wight to limit f««fved P/ic*i plul (.!« where applicable ICopyrigtit) THE KROGER CO 1970, U.S. CHOICI ALL HI I I Hnmbargtr Patties C»«OICI tmcr. I I AS CUIi Chopped Sirloin AMMOUM it AM VIA 11 it -a ir» Uncheon Meots ICHOICE BBS I ItlMUl U.S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED BUCKET OF CHICKEN ROUND TENDER A Tit IF STEAK u s can CHOICE! LI. U.S. CHOICI TIMOItAT BIEP CHOICE STEAK a / ; / Club Steaks • . y.i cuoici TI ',o U •- CHOICt II ',01 HA. HI | I HOMltV.. L<< SI.69 Dl «*> IjHI BOM ( I M Sirloin Strip Steak u S2.29 01 CHOICI Tl SOt HAY HI ( r Minute Steaks u. $1.29 U ', CKOlCl II '.t)l I1A-. |J| I I IJOMllSS English Roast U1 $1.09 U % CHOICI II SDI HAV 1)1 ( t Porterhouse Steak u, $1.29 U i CMOICI TIMH RAV 1)1 t I HOMLIV., leef Iresket IH $1.09 U% O«OICI Tl SDf HAV Illl ' Pikes Peak Roast u. 98c ui CMOICI ti'.otnAi in 11 Prime Rib Roast u. $1.19 u.s CMoict rt'iof RA> liter Top RoMid Steak u> $1.29 US CKOICt ILNOI. HAV Uf f I Sirloii Tip Steak n> $1.29 U i CHOICI H»,Ot«,'.v lilt I Mou'iO toneless Steak L B $1.19 -SLICED WEUHOFF fc HORMEl BACON 89< US GRADE "A" ARMOUR STAR & WISHBONE HEN TURKEYS 10 10 14 LB SIZES LB 45 BAR-S WHOLE HOLIDAY HAMS BONELESS FfUSH FLOHIOA CORN 5 EARS FOR Grapefruit VINE RIPE STRAWBERRIES TOMATOES Watermelon] NAVEL ORANGES S0< OFF TNilMA-O-WAII SIIVINGTIAV 50c OFF MIXING lOWt SI )'.' '-»'i i $ bC I'l'lit'o 1 . VAI , I AI S b9 .-.I H Ci'iic.ii, U.S. CHOICE TEND CRAY REEF Sirloin Steak $ LB. FREU SHOHE Shrimp Cocktail FRES SHORE BREADED Shrimp Minatures FRES SHORE Fish Sticks SUPERIOR BRAM5 Corn Dogs 10 O2 PKG PKG. OF 5 89< 99< 39( 49( QUARTER PORK LOIN SLICED I MO PORK CHOPS 69 |AO<OFF x,rx P MIXING lOWt (I t 60 COUt'OS V Al Li I \\ 4» WITH covi'OS EXTRA 10MAIUI STAMPS : : »MIII TMI;, coui'DN A).U ruiiCnAH < i J '.< O: 41 O'j SL'l HAIH riu A" SCORE 1BIO I... t.OOO AT Ml Mi. I KHOOt M 1 i(HU >.'AV •}. W70 EXTRA ! TOP VAlUf STAMPS m Till-., COl'I'ON AM3 I'uHCM.'.Sl '•'••''J of i ';. o.' si HI si/1 x : x UlMuRt AUM(:;I\I : ; : : : ; J ORA FIX I GOOD AT MkNKt KHOi>lH Yxj i 1 .EXTRA [OPVAtUI STAMPS \M1 •• Ii »•. »c•<••.st of i.• c' ANSOl FROZEN FAVORITES FROZEN BANQUET DINNERS 8«,YS3 $ l -••• "" 1 •••••'••-' ^m FOR • FROZEN SVNANSON !' Breakfast Entree FROZEN 1 KROGER Woffles FROZEN PATIO Burritos FROZEN BIRDS EYE Orange Plus FROZEN Rich Whip Topping FROZEN SARA LEE BLUEBERRY 2 FOR 89< 8 FOR $1 PKG 10 OZ CTN Coffee Cake &$$%&*» 59( FROZEN JENOS PIZZA HAMBURGER OH SAUSAGE 59< BOO BOO Team Cap!. I-arry Parks didn't have a steak at last week's I'.i-.i/.o.sfjori Rotary Club mt-cting for his Team No. 2 was the lowest in sale of tickets in the Shrimp Boil and Auction lo foe staged at the Dow Iwike Jackson I'jrmc Grounds May 14. For membtrs who sell SKX) in tickets, a steak is served at the next club meeting. 'On- lx-;in pl.iii> thai used In tx- .served the Boo Boo Table became so popular U);ii lliey are nr<w served to the leading teams as a reward instead of a punishment Mr and Mrs H K Larsons of Anglclon have returned home after a two month stay in the homes of their son and daughter. Mr and Mrs K. B. Parsons and Mr and Mrs. J. <; Plummer Also visiting the elder Parsons were Mr and Mrs Mark Parsons of Mt Pleasant and Mrs Hugh Bagwell of Angleton Mr and Mrs Albert McAlester of Houston were also recent guests of Mr. and Mrs K B Parsons. And other guests in the J. G. Plummer home were Mr. and Mrs Jerrs G if ford and daughters, fienee and Patrica Ka>. of West Columbia-, also Mr and Mrs Bobby Parsons and son Todd Allen of Houston Mr and Mrs Garland Plummer of Danbury were £Uesls at Spring Parent's Day activities held at Kas! Texas Baptist College in Marshall Program highlights included a performance by the college band, of which Plummer's son. Jimmy, is a member The Garland Plummers were KnJa> and Saturday guesu, of (heir daughter and family, the D K Merkas in Maunceville They were overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Gallaway, Kathleen. Maureen and Douglas in Carthage The Galloways are former residents o/ Danbury Their oldest son. Sgl. Tomms Galloway of the I'nued States Air Force, was visiting his parents while on leave from Alamagorda, N M IK-fore leaving for Thailand where he has volunteered for a year of mihtar> duty Hcturning to Athens were Mr and Mrs B. A Floyd following a visit with their daughter and her family the Harold Minks A visit to l.ufkin was made recently by the \V. K Patterson 111 family They stayed with Mr and Mrs Tony While and t'amil} v.hile in Lufkin. The families took a trip to Sam Kayburn Mrs Nellie Wollam who was BO years "young" on April 17. reported a visit from all of her eight children and most all their families Those who did not show up on Friday to wish her a "Happy Birthday" were here for a visit with her before the weekend ended Mrs Carol Daniel. Mrs. Uachael Schroeder, and Mrs. Earlene Morris were in Houston recently on a business trip for the Home Demonstration Club They added a little pleasure lo their trip and dined out while there.

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