The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 3, 1966 · Page 7
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Thursday, March 3, 1966 0UU HENKE PRICED MEANS KHMER fWCW MEMS A DIVISION OF THE KROGER COMPANY MAZOLA CORN OIL- MARGARINE TOMATO JUICE 3 HUNT ~ TOMATO PASTE 7«% $1 PURINA DOG CHOW 2 GREEN GIANT _ PEAS 2 LESUEUR BEANS 2 MINUTE M OZ. PKG. NET PETER PAN CRUNCH OR SMOOTH PEANUT BUTTER KROGER AIL GRINDS COFFEE CATSUP Ltvaly flavor** you n««d. . .and Itvoly flavor t what you g»t In Hunt « Tomato Catsup. LIMIT 2, WITH 52.50 OR MORE PURCHASE 13 OZ. CANS 12 OZ.- SIZE EACHE DAWN FRESH HELLMAN'S BO £ OF & !,ii MUSHROOM SAUCE 3 1£29$ TARTAR SAUCE r CARNATION INSTANT BREAKFAST COTTON MAID LIQUID STARCH REFILL EASY OFF OVEN CLEANER VIENNA, CINN1MON LOAF, OR RAISIN BREAD KROGER GLAZED DONUTS 6QZ. SIZE CLOVER VALLEY APPLE CHERRY APPLE GRAPE APPLE CURRANT HUNT SOLID PACK 25$ JELLY BWJ* , «"v«-"-~ APRICOT *»,. rt , MA. HUNT SGuw «-*v. 79$ PRESERVES'S^ BE R R r2"^ 88$ TOMATOES JA KROGER ICED OR HOT *-» APRIL SHOWERS 49$ TEA BAGS fcl f - 49$ PEAS ^^ EMBASSY PANCAKE _- FULLY BAKED 39$ SYRUP a? 59$ TWIN ROLLS GREEN GIANT KROGER AMERICAN UK flMtrti 88$ BEANS wrm ONIONS,a 25$ SLICED CHEESE 3' 18 or. SIZE NO. H CAN 2 303 CANS DOZ. IN BAG BORDEN'S HI-PRO ««• 39$ SKIM MILK HENKE-S BACON ICED CHOCOLATE ALL BUTTER YELLOW LAYER CAKE - 59$ HENKE'S ALL FLAVORS ICECREAM - 49$ HUNTS TOMATO SAUCE ° 10$ $1 f M-.r.VS VIENNA 5^ Oz. CANS LUSTRE CREME CREAM SHAMPOO 99< £2.00 10 1/4 OZ. SIZE CHOCKS VITAMINS CHEWABLE 100'S 53.00 SIZE $1.79 $1.00 6 OZ. SIZE DERMA FRESH HAND LOTION 63< BACON Rich In real country treokfast flavor. SLICED I IB. PKG. KGAL. CTN. _ First Rib Cat PORK CHOPS or Center Cnt PORK STEAKS TENDERAY BEEF BONELESS ROLLED $1 29$ 39$ 23$ $1 HKUl>EK M.l(.£L> DKH-K, OK Jl* V 39$ SWISS CHEESE 3'°& $1 1.39 59( KROGER SLICED BRICK OR 2 LB. PKS. Iron Poor-Blood? FEEL STRONGER FAST ROAST TENDERAY BEEF 6TH & 7TH RIB CUTS RIB ROAST LB. LB. Take ERITOL UQUID OK TABLETS SAVE 42.98 SIZE $198 ALKA SELTZER 39< LIQUID SWEETA 69i 24ce SIZE 434 TOOTHPASTE. MIGHTY WHITE -75* 5 OZ. SIZE 53< RUSSET „—^. _^ ._ _^ DRY RUG CLEANER POTATOES 10, 59c GLAMORENE BROILER 20'xU" 39$ REYNOLDS FOIL HGAL. SIZE TEXAS 1CAA3 pi GRAPEFRUIT 5 LB. BAG $1.95 47$ ONLY IN BLOOM GERANIUMS NIAGARA 4" POT 69$ INSTANT STARCH £?• 27$ U. S. CHOICE TENDERAY BEEP SWISS ROAST U. S. CHOICE TENDERAY BEEF ^_ _^, RIB EYE STEAKS , $1.79 :U.S. CHOICE TENDERAY BEEF _ ^ ENGLISH CUT ROAST "69$ "MRS. PAUL'S FISH STICKS ftp 59$ SINGLETON'S JUMBO SIZE ^_ _ _ BREADED SHRIMP . L : $1.98 HORMEL - _ SIZZLERS ^ 65$ PICTSWEET ^VEGETABLE •UYTHE ECONOMY SIZE! FRYER PARTS BREAST THIGHS DRUMSTICKS QUARTERS Bffif PORK ROAST •SERVE & SAVE ROME APPLES OR 'Specials sootj March 3-5, 1966. Right to limit reserved. Prictt p!us tcx wh*te ap- Ircable (Copyrishf) plica .THE KROGER CO. 1966 Can't Sleep? Take Hospital-Proved Sommex FOR 100% SAFE SLEEP* No Narcotics Not HaWt-Fof mlnf $1.21 SIZE 88^ 1«CT. ORANGE! CHOPPED SPINACH CROOKNECKSQUASH TURNIP GREENS FROZEh 10 OZ. PKGS. LEAF SPINACH MUSTARD GREENS COLLARDS BEEF STEAKS ^ P1CTSWEET BROCCOLf, GREEN PEAS, BUTTER FRENCH FRIES 5 SIMPLE SIMON FROZEN APPLE CHERRY FRUIT PIES KEP TOOTH STAIN REMOVER 10 - $1 JEANS «« EH 89^ EACH i^Jy 63t 79< SIZE YOUR CHOICE SUNKIST ^gf \,-.v.-.»-----•-v.c • "-•• * -• ™* l -.'?: S«S»Si«fcS s EACH LEMONS 12; N 39( POUR SPOUT PAIL -Q . ONLY •ip ^% C THY TUB _ 5QT. SIZE FOR ONLY i • - A Big Stat* MOTOR OIL SCANS AT HOME ON THE BEACH SHIFT OR DUSTER M.99 Th« button froni Cotton Shift or Duster thet has many fash- Ion vttt, P«rf«ct for hora«, b«ach, and patio. Full cut and compl*t*|y washabl*. Siz« S-M-L. Plus you g«t Top Vatu>. Stamps. METALLIC ART — This entry at a German modern^ art show is called "New York Dancer." It is a seven-foot creation of foot-long nails and cloth over a steei pipe frame. itfie Leaguers fry Out Saturday In Highlands By BARBARA USTI Highlands Correspondent Boys interested in .playing Little League baseball will get a chance to try out for a team Saturday at the Little League Park in Highlands. Time for the try-outs has been set for 8 a.m. For boys unable to make the try-out, another opportunity win be provided Saturday, March IS. Officers for the Highlands Litle League this year are Dick Farmer, president; Jake Gregerson, first vice president; James Keyes, second vice president; Charlie Ramsey, secre- :ary; Fred Chandler, treasurer; Chester Stasney, buyer and James Robertson, player-agent. Heading the Ladies' Auxiliary i s Mrs. BUlie Hfflhouse. Other officers are Mrs. Helen Kvetoa, vice president; Mrs. Terry Sara Rupp, treasure^ Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, buyer, and Mrs. Ernestine Morris and Mrs. Maxr ine Allen, major and minor league co-ordinators. Mrs. Betty Bailey and Mrs. James Robertson are co-chairmen of the concession stand and Mrs. Nick Listi Jr. will be";!n, charge of publicity. WSCS MEETING The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Highlands Methodist Church will hold its general meeting Thursday night in the church fellowship hall at 7:30 p.m. In charge of the program entitled "Inclusive Church" will b e Mrs. B. B. TaUey. The woman's society has invited women of all faiths to the meeting. Mrs. J- B. Hance and Mrs. A. H. Teal will serve as hostesses. HIGHLANDS HEARSAY Kit and Elizabeth TompMns return from a trip to "Cajun Country'' to visit his brother . . . Bemie Miller downed by the flu bug . . . Eugene May looks bis "Little Leagers" over . . . Liz Smith tackles a mighty big job . . . "Knit One Purl Two" is the password to Mrs. Travis Craig's Thursday night knitting lessons- Unemployment Benefits Owed DUMAS, Tex. (AP)—A district judge has ruled that the Texas Employment Commission (TEC) must pay unemployment benefits to 52 former employes of the Shamrock Oil and Gas Corp. who claim they were victims of a "lockout" after a lengthy strike. Asst. Texas Atty. Gen. J. H. j Broadhurst, who represented the TEC in the trial, said he would appeal to the Seventh Court of Civil Apeals in AmariUo. Judge Harry Schultz of Dai- hart made the decision Tuesday in 69th District Court. The 52 are members of the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union, Local 44S7. They reportedly seek some $900 each ,rom the TEC. About <00 men struck the Shamrock McKee plant at Dumas in 1964, seeking better working conditions. Some 200 returned to work within a specified time, and Shamrock hired new men to fill the jobs of those who continued to strike. The 52 then offered unconditionally to return to work but were refused reinstatement. The union said this amounted to a lockout. Refunds Are Due II Paso Gas Co. WASHINGTON (AP)—Ftorty- three producers selling natural gas in the Permian Basin area of Texas and New Mexico will make refunds of $2.5 million to El Paso Natural Gas Co. under Uhe terms of a rate settlement approved Tuesday by the Fed- oral Power Commission (FPC). The FPC said the justness and reasonableness of the rates will be determined in other proceed, ings. The cas« involved rate increases that were then d*» creased.

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