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SUN-TEX NEWS From The Area Covered By The Baytown Sun Bautnmu VOL 36, NO. 247 Thursday, July 5, 1956 SUN-TEX NEWS From The Area Covered By The Baytown Sun Chambers Court To Be Asked For County Library C'liiimbei's County Commi.ssion- frs Court at its next regular scmi- nionlhly meeting on Monday. July P, will be asked -o build <i new uuuiity library patterned after the on.' maintained by tin' City of Pasadena, but on a smaller scale, Coiiniy Judge Floyd \Villiams said Thursday. At. iis la.st meeting. Commissioners Court appointed Commissioner ShfjnvocKf Blair of Precinct '2. Hankamer. in accompany Mrs. .1. L. Ogden of Winnie and M'-*. C. M. Jordan, county librarian, on an inspection tour of libraries in area cities. Mrs. Ogfii'ii bus pioneered the library movement in. Chambers County, having: been one of the organi/crs of the present library, which is housed in a building near the court house in Anahuac that was formerly the home of Thomas Jefferson Chambers, for whom tiie county is named. Judge Williams said Commissioner Blair made an informal report 10 Commissioners Court at a special session last week, hut lhat an offik'nl report will be made at the regular July 9 session. It is expected that the conn will take under advisement a request by the Chambers County Library association and affiliated groups Ihiii a. new lihi-Hry be built on the site of the present one. Commissioners Court has already decided that fi new library is" needed anci has agreed to study a proposal based on the recommendation of representatives of tin; "library association and 1 Commissioner Blflir. Anahuac's Council To Let Garbage Bid Anahuac City Council \vill probably let a contract for hauling garbage from residences and businesses inside the city limits at its next meeting on Wednesday night, July II. The city recently enacted a garbage disposal ordinance and invii- ed all residents to lake advantage of the service at. $2 per month. .Since then, according to city hail records, approximatclv 100 pwsons have signocf up for participation in the garbage disposal program. City offiicals urged that other residents sign up in order to guarantee the success of the program. They point out that at. leaW: ">00 are needed. Cards are available at 'he city hall office of. Mrs. Margaret Keith. Customers who sign- the cards will be billed once a month on tho sriine caixis on which electric and water billing is made. Chambers County Commissioner Sherwood Blair of Precinct 2 has announced lhat the county has completes a new garbage dump and that the old dump will be dosed in the near future, which will prohibit future dumping of g»i'- bnge there. The old dump is located near the "Quarters" an.J thy new one four mile* northeost of 'Anahuac. Anahuac .Mayor H. .lames has announced that garbage pickup service will probably start sometime this month, depending upon when a hauling contract is awarded ftnrT how soon the contractor can get ready to undertake the job. Anahuac Council Denies Franchise For Gulf States Anahuac City Council has de- clinecf to grant a 25-year franchise to Gulf States Utilities Co. of Beaumont to operate in Chambers County. Gulf States, which serves Chambers County, is now operating, it is understood, under a franchise granted by legislative act in IMS and which will expire in 'I05S. C. TV. Choaie of Anahuac. Gulf States mnnager. represented the company when the franchise n? quest \va.s submitted to the council. Gulf Slate.'; contended it needed the 25-year franchise in order to guarantee returns on any investment the company might make, such as improving its facilities to provide better electrical sen-ice. Here And There In Winnie-Sfowell A group of Winnie-Stoweil children will leave Saturday for a month's encampment, at Camp Longhorn near Burnett. Those o.ittiiciiiig: will be Bonnie «nd Johnnie Gaulding-, children of -"Mr. and .Mrs. Bill Caiildins; .lo- Kclla White, daughter of -Mr. and r\!rs. ,1. T. While. Jr.: Linda Gay Mouholes. d.-iiiylitr-r or ^.Ir. nnd IUrs. U'e Mondimhall; Marilyn and Andy Thornton, children of Air. and Mrs. R. A. Thornton; B'-th and Harry C. Bryson. chil- • iren of Jlr. and Mrs. H. C. JSryson. Fire Damage S500 Some $.'1(111 worth of damns' 1 was done by an interior fire in the old home of Denver Poland, a mile north of Winnie on the MOfi R. M. hiSh'.'.'fiy. The tivo fire trucks of the Win- jiie-Slo-.vell \'olunti.|>i' fire depart- Jili'iit found tilt- two-story structure nblar.e. but in some ITi minutes hn.l the fire undiT ertntrol. The cause of Ih'' fire is uihlct.-rni- ineil as the iiuildini; is unoci'iipieil, Transferred K.-irl Morl.-in has been tran.sfer- fc-i-i-d in the Houston office of .McCarthy Oil and Gas Production Co. Morlnii lias been chief clerk in the Winnie office t'nr the past. 12 years. His wife and children. Teggy and Don. will accompany Jiim in the near future. Attend School Mrs. Ray Null, president of the Winnie-Stowe!] Women's Society * 'hristian Service; .Mrs. James Lee Kilier. r.oiv chairman; and Mrs. .H. M. Kran: r .i'ii. secretary of Mis- pionary Kducation will attend the School of Missions at Lakpvje'.v which convenes Julv P through IX Family Reunion Descendants of the late -Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Harris will hold a family reunion at Welsch. La., Simony, with some S, r i relatives expected. Those from Winnic-Stowell attending will he Mr. nnd Mrs. .Tnnies Lee Kiker. Knry and DOUR!as. Mr?. Beulnh Fear. Mr. and Mrs. \\Vrib Harris. Mrs. Harley Heckaman and daughters, anil M^r. and Mrs. Fred Fear and childri.'ii. Mr. and Mr.'. Fro<f Pfleid'r of AA'innir will entertain with a fam- ily reunion for descendant.-: of the late Mr. «nd Mrs. J. B. Rudd of Mayflower, on July 4. The all-day affair will be. highlighted by a basket dinner at noon. Those expected are Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Rudd. Huntsville; Mr. and Mrs. Elijah RudU Van Vlerk; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rudd, son Johnnie and twins, Ronnie nnd Donnie; Liberty: Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Rudd. Mr. ad Mrs. Jerry Rudd. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. RudYI, Mr. and -Mrs. .1. J. Koonce and son Lynn; Mr. and .Mrs. Kenneth Kenward and Mr. and .Mrs. W. C. Clark all of Port. Arthur: Mr. and Mrs. Durland Brill. Benny and Molly Ann, P.eaumont; Mr. «nd Mrs. A". O. Rudrl and daughter*. Oarlene and .Sainfra, Weirgate; Fred Pflrider. Jr., Freeport; and Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Wrobleske, Houston. Book Review Set Mrs. Osro,. Grahnm will present a bi.ok review of "A C,ift From til.. Sea" by Aline Morrow Lin.l- ber^h for the Winnie Home Demonstration club July 2fi in the home of MIK. Eiu-ll Piiffal. All mi'inbers ai'e invited to be present. Plans are being made for a eountywide picnic lo be b'-ld in MeCollum Park near Barbers Hill the latter part of the month. An all day meeting- wn.s hold at the home of Mrs. p. A. Durr-at which time member* finished hassocks and other incomplete projects. Mrs. H. M'. Franzen, president. emphasized 1 lhat ihp organization be UK) per cent, in all club m-emhevK havinc birth certificates. Worker Transferred Robert Wodcoxvorth. who has been wilii Sun Pipe Line Co. at, Winnie for several years, is being transferred to Sour Lake. Mrs. Wedgeworth, an East Chambers school faculty member, will commute lo school this fall. Attend Camp Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bauer and sons, neor.ce and Hobart. will attend the closing ceremonies for the Heart 0' The Hills Camp near Hunt this weekend. Connie. 10- ye.ir-old daughter, has been attending the camp during the past month. Hot Issues On Ballot In Chambers Chambers County Democrat.": have decided to place the three highly controversial issues interposition, miscegenation and inte- Rration of public schools- on the July ^5 primary ballot. Carol R. Hand, chairman of the Democratic Kxr'c'.Kive committee, announced Saturday. "\\'.> have decided In follow the stale attorney general's i.Iohn Ben Shepperrh opinion that it is mandatory thai county executive committee's follow the State committee's instruction that these three propositions be placed on the primary bsllot.'' Harris and Bexsr counties hav« refused to authorize placing of the propositions on their ballot. As a result, the attorney general handed down a ruling- in v.-hich be slated that "It is therefore, the opinion of this office that the county committees have no discretion with 7-espect to placing on fh" ballot the names of the candidates end any propositions properly certified by the Stat» ' Democratic i Executive committee." The stale committee has threatened prostfcut.ion of county committee chairmen and others charged v.'ith the responsibility of discharging: the instructions of the state committee concerning what shall be placed on the ballot. But Harris and Bexar counties li>).ve ignored the threat and have .steadfastly refused to place the disputed" propositions on the ballot. The propositions are these: ]. Interposition do you fr.-.'<ir interposition 7 That is. do you favor imposing states' rights to overthrow the Supreme Couii'x ruling: ajjain.st segregation of the races in the public schools? '2. Miscegenation <io you favor intermarriage of the races' 1 ". Integration• -do you favor mix- Ing- the races in the public schools? Chambers County Democrats will have only two contests to decide when they go to the polls on July 28. The tax assessor-collector's race Is a. three-way one with Einmett Cooley, Ira A. (Bubt Turner and I^ester Martin as candidates. Incumbent Louis Otter nnd former Chambers County Deputy Sheriff Elton Corley are fighting the battle for the sheriff's office. Chambers County OIL. GAS MIXKRAL l.KASK ELEANOR WATSO.Y Collier, et nl, to VV. C. Richardson of Benu- moni. tracts in (""nambers County school land survev. I.KASE TRANSl'KR W. C. RICHARDSON to ihp Texas Co.. 39.fi.SS acres in tile Wil'.ijim Rloodgood augmentation survey. Oil... GAS, MIAKRAL l.EASK A. R. SHFARKR and «iff. Olive W. Shearer. 10 W. C. Richardson, three tracts in Chambers County s<:hool Ir.nri survev. Then F. Koch K. Lope;: IxMjiiie. UOVAI.TV ni:i.;i) A. U HA\\'KINS to sard ! .",:.' royalty on the .1. S. Roberts Su 2! being a v;i't of Bloc Courl Records Subdlvisioi: of the Otter, Deputies Close Road Actlon Books On Two Coses I.KASK TKA.VSKKK W. C. RICHARSON to I ho Texas ('o.. three tracts in Chambers County land survey. OH.. GAS, Ml.NKKAI. l.EASK KLKAXORE WATPOX in \\ - . C. Richardson, tract in Chambers County school land survey. l.KASK TRA.VSKKK \V. C. RICHARDSON I" Co.. track in Ciiamhci school land survey. the Tht-o ('. A. \\'. H. Pony League Action Today Undefeated Teams Clash For Title The eyes of all Pony f:nw will be turned lowarri I,iberly Thhrsdny afternoon xvhen the only two remaitiinc; undefeated teams in th it IIM.II will . la-:h for the Scc.m.l rmiii.i first place spc.t :iml pi.il.:.i:.ly 'ho evi- P- Game tirr.e is 4 p.m. T.li.f-rry (.•!,'>;.; Hie < iia (i- the i'iis: round of pl.iy, <mci^- !'• : iin,!ef",i!.?il Viiiiiiiiic finis'uc.i socuiul, iL? oniy ' >.ss r.oming to the champs. Kddie P'orguson will start on thn .mound for Annhunc. Other starters will be: Pudt'.e Wi!.-:-o\, catcher; Robert \\iiiuni.l;, fir.st bus,-; llcnii.iii l)iu;n, s.ioonj l-.a.se; DnviJ tiass, short stop; "Paul Ri.:e. third base; •Kvtrttt Williams, left fi^ij; Vv"r;ci?lier Tran't, center fifki; sr.rl Hebt-ri. iP.t>f5ly, righi field. I'l oiinr a rejt Pony League '•i'.-on. p.o.-'ners Hill will play Day'.0:1 in Dayton. Anahuac's Masons Plan Installation Anahuac Masonic Lodge N'o. 9D5, A. F. and A. M. will bold open Installation of their officers at the First Baptist Church at S p.m. Friday. It. will be the first open installation to he held for the public in several years, officers of the lodR'e naid. Rendell Briseoe of Houston will be ihe installing officer and Bill Hendricks nf High Isliuuj will be the installing marshal. The incoming nfticcrs nrr W. F.. Andiiifr. worshipful master; W. J. Hayes. Senior warden; T. A, Weimar, junior warden; W, R. Have*, treasurer; K. |.. Willis, secretary; G. K. Burks, senior deacon; George K. Kahla, junior deacon Goodst-ll. senior steward 1 : Graham, junior stcw«rd; Taylor, tiler. an.J C. B. Bass, chaplain. The Rainbow Girls of the Anahuac unit, will serve refreshments following the installation. Anahuacans Return From Visit To Ohio Mr. Mid Mrs. L. R. Miller and" daughter. .Irene Clore. of Anahuac have returned from a three-weeks vacation at points in Texas and Sugar Creek. Ohio. Miller, former Chambers County judge, is now serving as county nuditor. He is a native of Sugar Creek, which he left in 1R02. but visits almost every year at vacation time. The, Millers and Mrs. Clore first visited another daughter, Mrs. Hayden Farmer in Oiney, Tex. They later went to Kureka Springs and then to Berryvillc, Tex., where they visited a one-time resident of Anahuac, A. B. Shnver. While in Sugar Creek the Millers attended" a. Miller family reunion at which four generations were represented. Rodto Slated A rodeo will be held one mile, east, of Winnie July ,1-4-5. sponsored by the Hnmshirp Roping club, ai'( ording to Fre.f Fear, president-. Sto.U uill be finni.«iu'd by calf rc.pir.g-, Idiiri r«iCr:s, v/iicl horse n.;jnj- ar.d ai'nt-r events wiii beii;iM at S n.iii. ",-.!'ii an afternoon pc- oimam-p scheduled for the fourth. OIL. tiAS. MIXRKAL I.KA.<=K A. R. SHEARRR and wife to \V. C. Richardson, tract in Chamber.' County school land survey. LKASE TRANSKKR W. C. RICHARDSON to the Texas Co.. 50 acres in Chambers County land survey. OIL, GAS. MINERAL LKASE K D. MEREDITH. 0- B. Bonks. Jo Banks. .T. T. Shelby, et al, to Tide Water Associated Oil Co.. -Ill nr.res in the northwest quarter of th>! southwest quarter of Section .112. H. T. and B. RR. Co. Survey. KIOHT OF WAV JOHN NELSON to WfuT-n Petroleum Co. a 542-aere tract in the R. A. Porter Survey, Abst. 305. RIGHT OF WAV J. H. WTLLJAMS and his' wife, Daiscy Williams, to Warren Petroleum Corp., out of a 114-acre tract in the ,la.coh Armstrong Surrey. Abst. 2. WARHA.VTV I>KEI> R. L. HALL to E. L. Harris Lot 21. Block 2 of the Double Bayou Estates Subdivision in the S. P. Donley Survey. WARRANTY DEED R. L. HALL to W. B. Thornton Lot 20. Block 2 of the Double Bayou Estates Subdivision in the S. P. Donley Survey. LEASE AMENDMENT A.VDY E. FRAJs*KLAND. Bedford Cockrell, J. H. Harris, et. nl, to McCarthy Oil and Oas Corp. on land in the Henry Barnker Sur- x-ey, Abst. 56. WARRAXTV DEED LONISB MECOM , to Georjre C. Craig on Lot, 28 of a subdivision of the East 1/3 of Block 43 of the Bayside Re-Survey. RIGHT OK WAV T. R. WILLIAMS and Viva Williams 1o Warren Petroleum Corp. an 81 acre tract, in the. Jacob Armstrong Survey. Absf. 2. RIGHT OF WAV M. W. EPPERSON" and .Sarah E. Epperson to the Warren Petroleum Corp. on 310 acres in the Jacob Armstrong 1 Survey. Abst. 2. RIGHT OF WAV W.W. DANIEL and his wife. Grace K. Daniel, to Ihe Warren Petroleum Corp. 125 acres in the Jacob Arm strong- Survey. Abst. 2. OH,. GAS. MINERAL LEASE A. P.. SHF.AKER and wife to W.' C. Richardson tract in Ihe William Kloodgood augmentation survey, ARTHUR GKOKUf; Owen roy Kdmondn: l.'iK Meres out W. Oouthit Survey. Abst.. S.'i an 111'' I and (I. N. Survey. ,.\bst. .'iSu GIKP IH;KI> WALLIK HARROW Moss tiiur Clint Moss one acre part, of ihe J. S. F.:irrow right Survey, Absi. -(7. KELKA.XK SUX OP, CO. 10 Albert A et. a I. r.n Seel. S.",. T. and X Co. Survey, Abst. L?;V_' con 840 ncres. wvKRA.vrv i)t-:i-:n O. K. WILLIAMS lo F M n-.,\ Clara. I.-ou Williams in ihe H* n : •.- n.'-iffilh League beine a par; H; :\ two-acre irn.-t us ri-i-or.ied \'ol I". (feed records. — WAKKA.Vl'V MF.KI) E. M. WILLIAMS and wife. Ciai-n. Lou Williiimt". to I"). F. Williams in Mont Beivirii, bein^ out of a two- af.ru tract in the Henry Griffith League. WARKAVTV HKKI) MORRIS WKSLEV \Volfr-nn lo W. I). Wolfean his interest in four tracts: tract one. K4.T(>.'! acre-; in ROW McManus Survey. Abst. 1ST; tract two. -in S 10 acres out of ihe S. P. Donlcy No. 7. Frederick Martin nnd Evan Uouthit Surveys; tract three. 1ft acres in J and (';. X. RR. Co. Cert'Pat. '.17?,. Vul. 1.VI and tract four. 4. 2 acres in Christian Smith Survey, Harris County. RIGHT OF WAV J. B. HARBOUR. Carl F. Smith. Bert Smith Barrow. M. \V. F.pper-. .son. et al, to Tennessee Products Pipe Line Co. on 1';. Heron in Henry Griffith League, Abst. 11'. WAKHAVl'V DF.KI) CHARLES FRAXKL1.V and Carrie Franklin to Dan Hulchins; Ihe East half of Lot 7, Block 4 of Walker's Parkview out of the Solomon Barrow Survey. OfL. GAS. MINERAL LEASE E. P. GILLESPTE and Mrs. Betty Gillcspie to C. B. Russell on •>'.? seres out. of the Charles Wiiionx ^ League and Labor Survov. Abst. .303- WILL At X. joint meeting of Ch,inib<-n» I'o-iniy i '<>mniiss:oncrs Coun .nnd. iv|u-.-;v'n!.-\iive<; nf the Texas Re- s.-arrli league, rhe court mad' 1 lh<i \", ; ^is P.rv- foiiiH'.-iii^ 1 recrunnicndn ! ions fvi fin • of Anah.i.u-. Ira-ur-. !rea:i\ were 1 Thai the St:ir.. l-listh.v.lv d' s - itii; •;;,•;;.> pt:niarv- roa-.ls 'art.'nn! liuer tin- same d.-iv. - 1 'I'b.i'. the Stale Highway dc- At :hc ;iuir of hi.; nn-esi l'cth,-| P^ntui-nt «ho\ild iir m tin., fariiv hail tip- c:i!- k.>^ '(,)' 'h.- ''l-l.'r'iuV' ''"''"' '"' Sl11 ''-^ nil<t should pl.i.'f Mrs. .('lines' |i|ii| Irniu her pai'li, \\ o:-|..iii;; wu ii t it in- ,111 ! !i, "•'"''• I >• !''iii v -\i rend(-:i nnd | I'. t '. ( i(\ r!a n.i. WMK si(nen ,|jti im: ,| f; lnil n-.ads iii'ter (,'onsu la- linn M'ith .-urn trissi. Hit-r'-- cnurt^ ::i \'Miiu!i< cuuntie" and having rj* 1 .s finite i them should buy m-ccs- Na l~\ I'i^ht iff-\\-a ] ,."•. Thai i.he Stale Hitfhw.'iv d.-- EMMA E. ton. D. C., ARNOLD of \Va-shing:- to the Public. Homemakers To Meeting In Chicago Jo H.'Ieti Lilly. 111. and Patsy Kp;xs. l-t. iiloiifj with their sponsor, Mrs. Carolyn Ltirri.son. aic eiuiiute lo Chicago to a lie-nil the IftMi N;i- tional Convc'iition of Future lloine- nuikers of Aniericn Monday through Friday ;it Ihe Conrad Hilton hotel. Miss Lilly. Ihe daiiKhler of M?-. arid Mrs, Torn Lilly, is ;i junior at AnahiiMc Mifjll school. She has served as ch.'i|i|.M- [Jiesidenl of FHA :iu<l is the incominR-arna public relations officer. Miss Kpiis is Ihe dunghill' m Miami Mrs. fJny K|)|)S an*! will serve as a chapter officer HIM: cumin;; Oil.. (,'AS. MIXTKKAI. l.KASK KI.KA.NOKK WATSOX Collier to W. (".*. Richardson, track in William Bloo^^ood .survey. l.KASK, TRANS I KH W. C. RICHARDSON to the T.-xa.s Co.. 13.791 acres in William' Bloodgood auRmentation survey. Of!.. fiAS. MI.NrKAL I.KASF, ELEA.VOKE WAT.SO.X Collier lo W. C. Richardson, tricl containing 21.4:', acres in Chambers County school lancf survey. l.KASK TI:A.\SKKR. W. C RICHARDSON lo H-.P Texas Co.. 21.43 acres in the Chambers County land survey Oil,, GAS. MINERAL l.KASK ELRAXORE WATSON Collier to W. C. Richardson. ,V.3 acres in thn Chambers County school land survey. On., GAS. MENTFRAL 'LEASE A. R. SHEARER and wife to \V. C. Richardson, SS.'iSS acren out of the William Bloodgood auffmentn- lion survey. LEASE TFiAXSI Y.R \V. C- RICHARDSON to thn T"x*x <".n.. flfl.a a<-res in the Cnanibors County land survey. ROYALTY DEED R. ^r. GORDON to A. n. Hawkins, part of the E. D. Sherman donation survey on east bank of Turtle bayou. (JEXERAL WARRANTY t)EKD M. L. FRANZEX and wife to the First Baptist Church of Winnie, Lots 11-12-13-14-40 in Winnip town- site. \V.\KK.\\TY I)EKI> .IACK i: IH'TCHINSOX and hi<« uile. li.jnnie li-.iuhiriSuii, l<> .1. VV. 7vi.-Uii>vtil HfiJ Hosa AUry ii.il. h- ir.scn; i.ot L, Block 3 of tlu> Airport A:kiilio:i t,-;> :ht' town of A;,;<hiiac-. Jo Helen and Palsy are the tusl di'leuati-'.v In be senl iKuu An;ini'ac to the nntional convention of FHA and are tunoim the .Odd vouns.' In tme hmil"]i;akers who will allenil (•(invention sessions ^e.-ired lo help FHA'ers reco^ni^e opj'iortiuiities and ru.'cept responsibilities related to improving home, school and community life. They \rj|| also f]f<-\ national offirwf. and vote on national projects. Tile main jjoal of FHA Is "to learn to live better todny in order that, the homemakiiif: pupils' lives and those of th"ir families rnav b" better tomorrow." Chambers Lions To Convention Mr. and Mrs. .1, R. 'Jiniho> Wooldridjre, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. M c r r i 11, Mr. and M rs. Jett Hankamor of Anfthuac and Frod O. Mills of Monroe City arc attending the International Lions Club convention in Miami. Merrill is president nf '.he Ann- liuae Lions club nnd Wooldridgc. 7-Ianknmer nnd Mills are members. Winnie Family Moves Into Their New Home Mr. and Mrs. Barney Konn and sons, Warren and Kip, have moved into their now JL'.i.OOO brick home in north \Vinnie. The three-bedroom home, with two bathrooms, has a 20 by Ifi foot livingroom '.vhir'h is done in sarid!» wood and sold \vith pink \i{i;\\rv to KF:.\L CPJ:DF, on Co, Mabel Weils, I./)t 70 in the tors in railing. The kiU'he are di\ult-a in r.atiirai iv has (.tnirai ii liintiori. Koon. a io f-fi t'ne hfi'l.s.'. and '.'. H <; ri;ir nij n.n:n uh u I-IK-I. i. .,J. 'I h to the two yr.ini.; run, wh,, V,TI.- Anahliar FHA S.t\nnen»r I'.'irtincnt buy rj K jit -of-way for nil "mill.iv,-,| |,.\ a ,ii-,iii,i;.- c.iiiii'McU.r HliailUOt I I1M j{AHOyiS suite roa.fs in Chiulibers and other Range-Freezer Display counties. .The court pointed out tlvit. cv.-n if c.'>iinti.-^ arc nhlr to buy riKhi-of-'.vav for stai.. roads. ..." !:ilM ! '' '•'"' -baizes of a sin;. Ti,,. Annliua,- (•],,,.,•.,,,. n| - ,(,., (|,,. v ,[„ T ,nt then have suf fiocnl Future I l.iir.i-ni iki'is of Amen, a lunncy l.'tt I.) ma i n I a in nl her rr.n.'N •en rc(|ii..si,..i by the Slate Hij;h- ii sclionl. :cri an,I <'oiuuus.sionerN assoein- 1 (''.inly ja;i ,s i.,,,, | lain,-1 F.eihe!, Anahuac Ne^rn, .-harj;e(l -^ i; h lirenli.nj;- nnd i'i.ieiir. :; ih,. ri*i,|. KELLEY SUPER MARKET North Pruett at Williams • Dial 8036 IMPERIAL || SI^R |" IMPERIAL SUGAR IBS. 9Q ^ JJ WITH PURCHASE OF $5.00 OR MORE AUNT JEMIMA FLOUR 5 • 39 McCormiclc's Black PEPPER BORDEN'S - Ctn. or Bottle HOMO MILK .'/j Gal. ROSEDALE" PEARS N c, 2 : 7 '29c PINK SALMON.... £'. 5k LUNCHEON MEAT ARTZ. BROS. COUNTRY BOY LARGE DOZ. IN CTN Arl. Elbcrtfl PEACHES Lb .. IOC 2 " CANTALOUPES LARGE LETTUCE YELLOW ONIONS Lb. lOc BABY OKRA .Lb. 15c Roll FROZEN FOOD LIBBY'S FRUIT OR MEAT PiES 2 F «45c SLICED STRAWBERRIES », 25c LIBBY'S ORANGE 2 Cm 33c GREEN PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE 50 R. 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