The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 29, 1956 · Page 3
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 29, 1956
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Thursday, March 29, 1956 KELLEY'S SUPERMARKET NORTH PRUEH at WILLIAM » DIAL 8036 IMPERIAL S U G A R 46 5 Lb. Bag MARYLAND CLUB Lb. Can 93 BRIGHT & EARLY Lb. Pkg. FJKESH YARD EGGS 49c DOZEN SNOWDRIFT WITH COUI'OX OX I'AOE 22 3 CAN 67c P LIPTON TEA BAGS THE A/MS** TtA 36 Ct. tOC Bottle Carton 39c 5 LB. BOX 12 Aunt Jemima Flour Rose-Date Pears 3 *Z™ 1°° Comstock Pie Apples sue,,,, x o,n 23c ^1^ Green Beans ^ 2 SL 31 c Van Camp Tuna Pin 21c Parkay Oleo UJ 29c N.B.C. Vanilla Wafers 9 S 23c Lux Liquid Detergent 1 2 .£, 29c GLADIOU BISCUITS c, lOc BABY BEEF SHOULDER ROAST .*. 33c FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER 2 u-. 49c HORMEL SLICED BACON B ^39c FANCY HOME DRESSED FRYERS Lb 39c DECKER'S PICNICS L...29C • LIBBY'S FROZEN FOODS • ORANGE JWCE. CAXS 29c imoccoi.i snouts KOKDHOOK i.niA.s HAIJY T.1M.VS KI/ACK KVK I'KAS Your Choice 2 „ 49c CALIFORNIA POTATOES 10- 59c 2 , 25c CALIFORNIA ORANGES I-'RKSH CUISr CELERY CRISP CKLLO PACK CARROTS WINESAP APPLES 4 iJ! s 39c Medium Stwlk VC PKG. 5C Stripes, in many hues, are sitting pretty for summer Hpr Originals of Dallas uses them in a blouse and skirt of cotton. The conEenia!ly mated with ANN JACKSON (right), one of the few women engineers in the U. S.. jots ciou-n data in Marin County, Calif., after conferring with her "stick woman," Sue Fetz. The sun-eying job is for the new Golden Gate Bridge freeway, a 55,750,000 project to be dedicated March 20. Mrs. Jackson, 25, is employed by the California Division of Highways. .. (International Soundphoto) SOMEWHAT LIKE Fibber McGee's closet, nearly everything cas- r.-uied out u-lu'tt front wall of this fouildinj: gave way ^"Baltimore, it's the Penn Supply company, which sells insulation material, among other things. (International Soundphoto.1 TW IO-CAUON milfc can, a heavy, clanglns mral fixture for •i« e .Tr^f' m ? y ,, be " n lhe wa y °» t - B »«>ct Heinmann, tech- B cal director ot the Producers Creamery company, a part of the Missour. Farmers association, displays what may be its successor » six-gallon carton, m Springfield. Mo. The carton is lined with ft polyethylene sack, transparent, durable and thin. The MFA licensed thre* companies to me the carton, »ait SHOP PENNEY'S FRIDAY-9:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. t o y A t r T Y 's ' J f' S '*' i't aM a fortune at ,-• \ f /\ > x\ HAND-PKKfD IN MEW rOftK ... Penney 's pre-Easter SPECIAL PURCHASE of new Spring hats! r You'll bt tht grandtst lady in the Eoiter paradt wearing on« of th«w captivaMng Penney chapeouxl Specially purchased from famous manufacturers . . . dozens of Spring's most entrancing styles, handpicked fay our New York buyer. You'll find toya cloth, lustrous cloth, alpaca, strawbraid in white, black, navy and a whole host of Spring's freshest colors. There's a hat for every woman . . . don't miss yours in this outstanding Penney special! HAT FASHION DOESN'T COST A FORTUNE AT RENNET'S! >C k./ ^ ^ ( 3 "?

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