The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 76, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 28, 1960 Page: 3 of 8
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|f, ftXOt, Thursday, January 28, 19G0
THE ALBANY NEWS
CRACKERS, box 3lc
Honey Graham Crackers, lb. box 35c
SUGAR, ID lbs 99c
CHEEZ-WHIZ, 1 lb. jar. 59c
CARAMELS, 1 lb. pkg. 35c
SPINACH, 303 can, 2 for.... 29c
We carry a complete line of Salads from the Kitchen
of Minnie Smith
hormfl pure pork
SAUSAGE f It £
DRY SALT BACON, lb. 2k
KRAFT pimento. olive pimento, pineapple
CHEESE SPREAD, 5»/2 oz. jar
2 for 49c
Del Monte 46 oz. can
GRAPE FRUIT SECTIONS
CUT-RUE PAPER 2for5Sc
Bird's Eye FRENCH FRIED POTATOES 21c
Keith's FISH STICKS 2 for 69c
Scotkin Luncheon Napkins
2 for 27c
2 for 35c
4 for 35c
ALL BUTTER COFFEE CAKE
BAIRD'S ROLLS, 2 for
HADDOCK, lb. pkR.
Bird's Eye SUCCOTASH
uE, k sz.
IVORY FLAKES, reg. sz.
CHEER, !ar?;e sz.
The Albany N«w», Feb. 2, 1900
Krnest Best is putting in a stock
of confectioneries in one side of
the room occupied by Miss Alma
The Albany String Rand has
received some new music, and
they say it is beautiful. We may
soon expect to hear the magic
strains Wafted on the breeze.
Tom Matthews was in from his
A little excitement and much
uneas-ness was caused in Albany
last Saturday by word being re-
ceived from Stamford that a up
posed case of smallpox was at the
latter place, arid that one of our
citizens had been exposed to it.
We are gfad to note that ailment
proved not to be this dreaded
disease and the mirids of our
people are at peace as regards
Frank Hubbard was here W"d
rie. lay. Flo .--aid he did net have
much business in town, just came j
in to pay hi taxes.
Mrs. Dodf!, formerly of Fast
land county, i makin/ her horn";
with her daughter, Mrs. T. N.
Ilakor, in Albany.
Mis. F. K. Sterrett of Sprint'
Creek ranch visited in Albany last
J. If. Reynolds was in our city
la-t Saturday. He says he has
been busy the *>ast two weeks
marketing his last year's wheat
Prof. McKee and his teacher
were up from Moran attending the
J. ft. Rainer, who wields the
birtch at I'ort Griffin, was cir-
culating among friends in Albany
Mrs. fl. W. Rose returned to
Cisco Monday, after visiting a few
days with her daughter, Mrs. L.
T h e Shackelford County
Teacher's Institute met at the
public school building at Albany
Jan. 27, 1900. Teachers in at-
tendance were: C. T. McKee, «T.
F. Rainer, O. F. Arbuckle, T. F.
Mashburn, Frank P». St. John, Guy
Holcomb, A. ('. Wood, Misses
Maggie Montgomery, Fffic Martin,
Jessie Montgomery, A. C. Wood,
Ada Walker, Carrie Wood, Fmma
Woffonl, Pattie Perry, Myrtis
Cullum, Winnie I vnch, Mary Nel-
son, Georgia Coffee, Ida Barton,
and Mrs. Wright.
The Albany News, Jan. 23, 1920
Mrs. Richard 11. McCarty left
for Dallas Wednesday going via
P.ow e to visit relatives for a
ft w days.
C. I!. llurns, of ftueders, called
at the News office this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee leech were in;
the city Saturday.
Jerry Lynch, that Irishman that's ,
alway's smiling, was in town Sat -
IIarriM»n Wilson was in from the
j Matthev. s ranch this week.
■I. N. Davis wa> in t-» n Tue
Harve T.edbotter v.a- down from
j I'ort (Iriffin Monday.
j .liin Cot lie, cashier of tho Moi'an
I State I! ink Mul prominent ranch-
man of that community, was a
I pli'.i ant caller at tho News office
Mr. ami Mrs. Kli Meyers visited
friends m the city of San Anionio
Miss Minnie l ee Price visit, d rel-
atives in Stamford Sunday.
Frank Martin left Tuesday
night for Arkansas to visit kins-
fol' • for a few days.
I.i e Oldham wil-i on our stree ts
Last Friday afternoon the ladies
of the Presbyterian church en-
tertained Mrs. (irmly King, one of
the brides of the season, with a
surprise shower at the manse.
Music and conversation passed
tho time merrily until the begin-
ning of the short program. Then
M>s. fiii beautiful and sym-
pithetic voice filled the air with
hauntinir strains of "Somewhere a
Voice is Calling," and Mrs. J. <Jil-
more Smith pave a bemorous read-
ing that filled the house with
laughter. Then tho guests wrote
and read aloud their advice to thi
bride. After thi ; it was announced
that the little pickaninnies would
bring in Mrs. King's wash, but
when the large clothes basket ar
lived it was found to be filled
ith useful and beautiful gifts.
The f' rving of a salad course
completed the afternoon's enter-
tainment, and the houseful of
ue.-ts departed, voting Mrs. Owen
i charmln'g hostess.
We have never been
so well fed for so little
despite more people in a
the l/.S. and fewer V8|
farmers to feed /*'
them. £■ *
THE "H" MAN
"The FI-Man," Columbia We-
tures' tbril ing drama of the watery
mass that spread mass terror on
the world, filmed in Tokyo in.
Kastman Color, wdl have its local
showing at the Aztec theater start-
ing Friday and Saturday.
A series of mysterious kill-
ings, which take place after tho
H-bomb tests, terrorize Japan. The
ardors puzzle thn police becauso
he victims d:sapj ear without a
trace; on'y their clothing is left
ichinil. Gradually, with the intro-
luction of .scientists to the sitnta-
tion, the realiznt on draws that
'noil.i :ide of water, that live in
vat'-r ;,nd sub -t on humans have
Ven created by the H-bomb tests.
I h. i t i- >'lo". ■ , : ivi ays lethal
liquid death that is the h Man,
levours more vi tims until he is
tracked do-.vn and destroyed by the
combined efforts of the Army, po-
lice and scientists of the nation.
CAHD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bouldin
and Hobby would like to express
thanks for all the kindness shown,
during the illness of Mr. f'ouldin.
May (iod Mess each of you.
TO HOLD EXAMS FOR
The U. S. Civil Service Com
mission has announced examina-
tions for supply Clerks paying
from $3,756 to $ 1,400 a year for
employment in various federal
Agencies in this area.
Federal employees are entitled
to liberal fringe benefits such as
paid vacations, sick leave with pay,
j low cost group life insurance and
an excellent retirement plan.
Apply at the Post Office for
application forms or for informa-
tion as to where they may be
j obtained or obtain them from the
eighth I'. S. Civil Service Region,
III Commfice Street, Dalh .
Office supplies at News office.
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'BuileUi a fatten
Seek Professional Advicc...
NOT GLASSES AT A PRICI!
Be sure veur Optometrist li • member of
the Texas Optometrle Association
Look for thli Seal on hit door
DR. TED R. ELLINGER
1240 North Eighth - Abilene
! j First and Third Wednesdays at Porter Pharmacy
Dr. Marshall .'lolly, Ranger, Closed Wednesdays.
Dr. C. L. Cromwell, Stamford, Closed Thursdays.
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are always served couKteously&well
SERVES/ YOU /FIRST"
J. CARTER KING, JR.
Telephone PO 2-2288
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The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 76, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 28, 1960, newspaper, January 28, 1960; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth416848/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.