The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 10, Ed. 1, Friday, January 20, 1950 Page: 4 of 8
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THE BAKTLETT TRIBUNE
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ROBMRT C. rORD JMtr nd bIAr
itrf m cdH-Clfts Mali Mntler at the Poatbfflce m Bartlett Textu.
the Art or March 4 J8T9 u
D. A. Swop visited in
last eek Supt. Swopc
ted there Sunday And nccom-
ujtiteied her home .
n.11 IXTmIVav WON is rtatfnt In
ttn. Sab during the 'week-end.
Jbs. Walker and sons anent the
mmA-end in Taylor.
f&! Mr. nH Mf9H. T. Ttfto-fffit; nrul
ftrildren of Brownwood were
. AM -wind vUlfnra nf linf mother.
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Iris. Jack Sherman.
1 UVIITl.lflT. TEXAS
Teteeday January 21
MARCH OF DIMES
Wednesday - Thursday
SCENE OF THE CRIME
San Marcos Jan 17 Mrs.
Lnutae Belle demons Priestly
and her husband Ed Priestly are
among 74 students at Southwest
Texas State Teachers College ex-
pected to receive degrees at the
mid-year Convocation on bun-
day Jan. 29.
Dr. John G. Flowers president
of the college will deliver the
graduation address. This will he
the first time that graduation
exercises have been held at the
end of the January -term in San
Marcos. The change has been
made necessary because of the
larcre trraduatine classes finish-
ling at the end of the school year.
Midterm graduates will be
asked to return to the campus
for the formal graduation exer-
cise in May.
Mrs. Priestly will receive the
bachelor of science degree and
Mr. Priestly will receive the
bachelor of business administra
First public showing of the
new 1950 Servel gas refrigerat
or models featuring drastic
price reductions and advance
monts in styling convenience and
performance will be 'held an
day January 20 on sales floors
of gas refrigerator dealers! and
the Lone Star Gas Company in
this territory according to gas
The new Servel discards the
long accepted practice of fitting
the food into the space the rep-
resentatives point out. This re
frigerator is designed to make
can ue-mao irawMv-witfton
arrahginir the etnlre-itwerlor nd
playing1 checker tfrith the food
The new gas refrigerators
were desiKned by Walter Dorwin
Teague nationally prominent in
dustrial designer. Mr Teague
and his staff gave particular at-
tention rto -the new long life
design of the refrigerator both
inside and out. First the exter
ior follows classic lines that will
be attractive through the years
as it is today. The second feature
is a quickudhango inlterior to
manage any food storage requirement.
The gas refrigerator provides
silent operation in the freezing I
compartment ana it gives home-
makers a chance to take the
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Davis
and family Mrs. Ray Burt
Curtis Holstine and H. P. Hol
stine una unugnicr an oi oun
Antonio spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Holstine and
Miss Frances Isaac of Texas
University spent the week-end
here with relatives and friends!
WALTON'S FOOD STORE
SPECIALS JANUARY 20-21
1 Gal. Rex Jelly 694
Slab Breakfast Bacon good quality lb 38
Pure Hog Lard (bring container) lb 13 3
Cold Chain Flour 25 lb. sack $1.84"?
" (oi?e coffee mug free with each sack)
7cee Dale Corn golden whole kernel
12 oz. cans 2 for 25 ::
Delco Baby Lima Beans No. 300 3 for 25 ::
Vienna Sausage halves can 3 for 29.;
f Exposition Peaches heavy syrup No. 2 .. .24 '
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""" euiy -jfiaiiiaii aviuc nu. ovj can .. .--
Chocolate Covered Cherries 1 Jb. box 49
Crisco 3 lb. can 69 1
Artie Sardines oval cans tomato sauce
2 for 25 I
CarnationMilk tall cans 11
Baby cans 2 for Ill
Morton's Salt round package 2 for 17
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PONTIAC AND CMC SALES AND SERVICE
5th and Adams
THE CHOICEST PRODUCT OF THE BREWERS ART
Distributed In Bell County By
TEMPLE DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO.
-Roddy DUtributmg Company.
on the newest model
Model 115 JPnf
i ililCIii $E2?
only j II si ii MmmSm
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H 0eh to attend
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1Bii-H-n-J$' ' M
klIHHHHIBv ' -M
8:3Q-12:00 A. M.
200 - 5130 P. M.
Otfidr hours by '
and your old cleaner
It's the handiest cloanor in
America it's Amorlca's bigoest
buy in cloanersl It's Hoover's nowost-
gonuino triple-action Hoover that beats as it
weops no it cleans. Just 13 pounds light. See it in
sctlon in your homo. Call us no chargo no obligation.
Easy monthly payments. Cleaning tools oxtra.
It "Talks Taxas" with a MIIHta Fatfel
hmI state industrial wme -
Now 1949-1950 EcUHoa
672 pagai . . .
Th moif compr.K.niIv and Informtltv boo. oror pWMtM
W.II-InJ.t.d (you on quietly find vW you'r"n.Hg) .
It iHlt orgumaMl . . .
It -ntwr pr-ctlcalfy oytry qutillon about Ti tlxt ftityont eoW
It telli tio' fjcTuoTjiory of Taai with plctur.i mapi and wordt...
THE DALLAS MORNlHi NfWS NHac 2 Turn
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MB TEXAS ALMANAC. .ImI It ranHtoaaa I t. o-Mt ...........
$1.11 : I
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BIGGER SALES GAINS THAN
AIL OTHER TRUCKS COMBINED
PROVE FORD IS AMERICA'S
NO. 1 TRUCK VALUE!
H ifo other truth can match this increase! '
Economy-wise truck buyers make
FORD NO. 1
IN SALES GAINS!
No other truck can match this
frond of user preference!
JROOF OF FORD LEADERSHIP 1949 n.w .ruck llc.n
oglilraliom at riported by R. L Polk & Co. total for the lalail avail--bio
3 monlhi period of 1949 (Augutt Saptembar Octobar) comparad
a tit quarter ihowi
FORD TRUCKS Truck Incroois 34683
ll Othor Trucki Combined Truck fncraaia 19382
.'BUCK "B" Incroai 9884
.'RUCK "C" Increaio 3839
(RUCK "D" Increaio 3179
TRUCK "E" Increaio 9026
AIL OTHERS... .....dotreoio 9942
Ec$nomy-wise truck buyers knew
FORD IS NO. 1
J " 'No other truck can give ytm
all these features!
. -k ChoU. ot V-8 or 6-cyllndar power!
-jjc Two 14S-horiapowar Big Jobil
'A-' Over 179 modolc to chooi. freml
Vr A new 1 10-honapowor SIXI
-A- ford Million Dollar Cobl
fr Bonui Bultt Camtructlsn which meant big
reserves of (trenath and powerl
k Ford longer truck llfel
k 21 Smart Trucking Advancements for 19SOI
Smart Truck Buyers recognize
extra value . . . They know Today's
Smart Buy is the 'SO Ford!
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Ford, Robert C. & Ford, Nora Mae. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 10, Ed. 1, Friday, January 20, 1950, newspaper, January 20, 1950; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth81823/m1/4/: accessed May 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.