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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

£ Thursday, February 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 NOW OPEN! FRONT VIEW OF THE NEWLY REMODELED HOFFMAN CLEANERS & TAILORS ■OUR AIM- 1 Jo do the right thing at the right time in the right way. 2. Jo do some things better than they were ever done before. 3. Jo eliminate errors, and to anticipate requirements. 4. To act from reason rather than the rule, and to be satisfied with nothing short of ' perfection. OUR MODERN AND SCIENTIFIC METHODS OF CLEANING AND PRESSING WILL INSURE LONGER LIFE AND FRESHNESS TO YOUR CLOTHES. OUR MODERN EQUIPMENT AND SKILLED WORKMANSHIP ENABLES US TO HANDLE THE MOST DELICATE GARMENTS AND FABRICS. ALL GARMENTS ARE MEASURED FOR COR- RECT SIZE. ALL CLOTHES ARE FULLY INSURED WHILE IN OUR CARE. • Pick-Up and Delivery Service • We Own and Operate Our Own Plant • LADIES DRESSES OUR SPECIALITY • SLIP COVERS • DRAPES • QUILTS • BLANKETS Beautifully Cleaned and Refreshed MEN'S HATS CLEANED and BLOCKED ALL TYPES OF GARMENTS EXPERTLY DYED WE DO ALL KINDS OF AL...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 27, 1947 # • * • # • « • Women's Bowling Class To Be Organized Monday A bowling class for women of the Southwestern section is planned by the Recreation Bowling Palace at 6445 South Main with free in- struction offered by Frances Shro- yer and Robbie Robinson. Meeting time will be from 10 a. m. until noon Mondays and Fridays with the first class set for next week. Miss Shroyer stated that during the first week there will be no charge for alley fees. After the group has been organized, partici- pants will be asked to vote on the days they prefer for the permanent meeting times. LEGAL NOTICE Beware of the fury of a patient man.—Dryden. Special on Unpainted Furniture FREE WITH EACH PURCHASE OF $10.00 OR MORE One ticket to the Minstrel Show of the West University Lions Club "Black Face and Beauty of 1947." (Offer Good Till Mar. 13) OUR STOCKS ARE GOOD ON MOST ANY ITEM OF UN- PAINTED FURNITURE— CHESTS OF DRAWERS, BOOK CASES, LAWN FURNITURE, TABLES, E...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Thursday, February 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 W. University Fire Department Exonerated Of Blame As Residence Damaged Last Week A public statement issued Mon- day night at the regular meeting of the West University city coun- cil by Mayor Ralph B. Lee gave the West University volunteer fire department a clean bill of health over charges by several citizens that there was unnecessary delay on the part of the department in answering an alarm to a blazing home at 8768 Robinhood last week. The statement, demanded by Fire Chief A. L. Sweitzer in sup- port of the department, came after an informal hearing at which sev- eral residents of the neighborhood complained about the slowness of the fire equipment in answering the call. FOR ALL TYPES ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Call GEIST ELECTRIC CO. M. 2-2718 or M. 2-2260 115 Sixth St. Bellaire POLIO HOSPITAL Health and Accident INSURANCE Fred G. Olson Ins. Agcy. 7515 So. Main M. 2-1681 M. 2-3685 The complaint by the residents was based-on the ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 27, 1947 Southside Garden Club To Meet Next Thursday A round table discussion on flower arrangements will feature the regular monthly meeting of the Southside Garden Club to be held in the park clubhouse next Thurs- day at 10:30 a. m., it was an- nounced this week. The discussion will be conducted by Mrs. T. R. Trigg, club program chairman. A covered dish luncheon will fol- low the meeting. DR. J. G. EGANHOUSE Practicing OPTOMETRY /; /J// Mr. and Mrs. Roy N. Bean of 3323 Tangley announce the mar riage of their daughter, Mrs. Kitty Statton, to J. B. Veale, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Veale of 4030 Mar- quette. The marriage was per- formed Saturday evening with Dr. Harry G. Knowles officiating. This Week's fa SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE 25' PINT •JCC BOTTLE ^ GOLD MEDAL FLOUR LBS. >Dreft f LARGE PKG. i 31c HAPPY VALE Pink Salmon ^31° BACK AGAIN! BLUE PLATE / MAYONNAISE 1 "jot 43c J PHILADELPHIA CreamChees...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Thursday, February 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 I TCtn TALK By GAY SANDERS ... Well kids, another week has passed and as usual, plenty of things have happened to tell about. . . . For one thing, Sam Hous- ton's basketball team turned out to be just 13 points better than San Jac's team, and so they win the trophy. It was an exciting game all the way, too. . . . Lamar's Pow Wow formal was also last Friday night. It began with an enormous banquet, and then at eight the dance started. It was really mellow, and although everyone hated to leave, they all met out at Prince's later for an extended good time! . . . Maybe a lot of you guys and Houston Band House R. E. (Bob) Senay EXPERT REPAIRING 812 McKinney F. 77il MEALS With That Home Cooked Flavor BREAKFAST LUNCHEON or DINNER NOW OPEN SUNDAYS f:3l A. M. to • P. M. Evtry Day CAFETERIA MEALS 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. 5 P.M. to S P.M. Every Day Including Sunday LOWRY'S CAFETERIA & RESTAURANT 2529 Rice H. 0066 gals have never heard of the ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 27, 1947 Only a few short years ago, two- thirds of the population was won- dering how to pronounce the word "garage." « Arnold Electric Co. 1817 W. ALABAMA • L. yEj&f&j&i Genuine Factory replacement Parts or their equal used in our repairs WEINZEL PAINT and BODY WORKS ANNOUNCES NEW LOW PRICES ON SEAT COVERS IN PLASTIC AND FIBRE CUSTOM BUILT TO FIT YOUR CAR FREE ESTIMATE Navy Mobile Recruiting Unit To Stage Drive For Reserve Memberships At WUP City Hall All hands on deck, mates, and stand by to double up and secure your signatures to the new inac- tive Naval Reserve Program ap- plications, Navy recruiting officers urged this week while divulging that a Navy mobile recruiting unit will be stationed at the West Uni- versity City Hall on March 7 be- tween 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. Lt. H. E. Dickins of the Houston recruiting office has urged all men in the Southwestern section who are interested in the program to come to the city hall ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Thursday, February 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 */W ^ivte AT WAREHOUSE LIQUOR STORES! THREE FEATHERS m,.— 'iree feathers GRACIOUS HOST, SMART COMPANY, AND MAN- HATTANS MADE WITH THE NATIONALLY FAMED THREE FEATHERS. IT'S THE FINEST TASTING THREE FEATHERS IN 63 YEARS— ANOTHER OUTSTANDING PRESENTATION OF WAREHOUSE LIQUOR STORES. 86 PROOF SCHENLEY RESERVE FLAVOR-LIGHT AND "MELLOW AS A SUNNY MORNING!" ONE OF AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR WHISKIES OF PRE-WAR QUALITY! 86 PROOF rft TOanefoute *dtqu<n Stones 'It fOtcC low friicet eu&ty cUuf i* tfo yeanf SCHENLEV RESERVE LARGEST VARIETY OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WINES & LIQOORS IN HOUSTON !

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 27, 1947 Just call us to place your clas- Knowledge comes but wisdom sified ad. Keystone 3-5566. lingers.—Tennyson. Kirby Drive Storm Sewer Beautify Your Windows WITH BEAUTIFUL MODERNISTIC CORNICE BOARDS (VALANCE BOARDS) MADE AND INSTALLED — ANY SIZE OR DESIGN WATTS WOOD SPECIALTIES PAUL S. WATTS, Owner 5903 GOFORTH H. 2310— Nights: M. 2-3223 We wish to express our apprecia- tion for the welcome you gave our New Store. Come again soon and select the Furniture for your home from our Stock of Nationally known Merchandise. DONT FORGET TO REGISTER FOR THE FREE MORNING GLORY INNERSPRING MATTRESSS TO BE GIVEN AWAY (No Purchase Required) RICHTER'S FURNITURE 2444-46 BISSONNET H. 4818 Not to be mistaken for a subway is this storm sewer, currently in the process of construction along Kirby Drive near West Uni- versity Place. Designed to aid in drainage of the section, the tre- mendous sewers will carry countless thousands of gallons of flood water...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Thursday, February 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Pare 19 Local Man Weds Russian Girl In Shanghai Rites The marriage of Edwin Louis Thayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Thayer of 4207 Byron in West University, to Miss Margie Petri- shoff of Shanghai, China, was an- nounced this week by his parents. In a letter to Mr. and Mrs. Thayer, Edwin said that he and Miss Petrishoff, a Russian girl born in Hailer, Manchuria, were married in Shanghai on Decem- ber 27. Edwin is now in the Marine Corps aboard the U. S. S. Helena. He said that he expected to bring his bride to the United States about May 1. The wedding cere- mony will be« repeated at the Thayer home, after the couple ar- rives from overseas. VILLAGE Box Office Opens 12:45 Dally Phone K. 3-6371 Thurs.-Fri. — Feb. 27-28 0m Saturday, March 1 Samuel Go/dwyn laughingly presents BOB DOROTHY HORF . LAMOUR fit* ^ Sunday-Monday, Mar. 2-3 Tues.-Wed. — March 4-5 "THE CHASE" ROBERT CUMMINGS PETER LORRE Saturday Fun Club "Gold Mine In the Sky" GENE ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Pago 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 27, 1947 I Monticello Garden Club To Meet Next Wednesday Members of the Monticello Gar- e'en Club will hold their regular ENRICH YOUR SOIL Sandy loam top soil, fertilizer and cotton boll mold. Guaranteed Yardage 2708 Bissonnet M. 2-5233 monthly meeting in the home of Mrs. H. L. Stuckey at 3019 Sun- set Boulevard at 10 a. m. next Wednesday. Mrs. A. B. Greenburg will be co-hostess. The meeting will consist of a horticulture round-table discussion on spring beauty and productivity. The theme of the monthly flower arrangement will be "Your Flow- ers Tell On You." A coffee and social program will precede the meeting. TEMPTING FOOD TASTILY PREPARED Specializing in Old Fashioned Pit Barbecue of Top Quality K. C. Meats DINE HERE or TAKE SOME HOME SHRIMP COCKTAIL or SALAD TENDER, JUICY, K.C. STEAKS ENJOY BREAKFAST WITH US "You've Tried The Rett— Now Try the Best" Open daily 7 a.m. to 9 p,m. Closed Tuea. NOLEN'S BARBECUE 2424 RICE BLVD. IN THE VIL...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Thursday, February 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Pare 21 West University Church of Christ Rice at Auden St.. Re.. Phono M. 2-6556 Send* a personal invitation to YOU to worship at all service* of the Church. Gospel preaching and con- gregational singing. YOU will en- joy the services. "More than a welcome await* YOU." Bible School 10:00 A.M. Worship and Sermon 10:50 A.M. Young People's Meeting. .5:15 P.M. BASIL C. DORAN Minister EVENING... 6 P. M. Mid-Week Service Wed 8 P.M. ,d Time to Shop at fi resfone for the BEST HOME and P \ garden values ^ & / \ Quicker— Easier I Big Easy-Rolling Lawn Mower 17.95 Rnnw smoother, quieter— almost effortless I Makes wide 10-in. cut. Height of cut adjustable from % to lVi-in. Ball bearing cutting reel. Big rubber tires. Reg. 25c Package Burpee's Super Giant ZINNIA SEEDS Co me In Today TRUE-TEMPER DYNAMIC HEDGE SHEARS 8-inch Blade. Like fine tailoring shears, it it preci- sion built. 2.98 Wafer Regularly For Healthy Gardens GARDENJ, HOSE ^ Jr 25 FE...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Page 22 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 27, 1947 tn mA ' ^ 1# JITTER By Arthur Pointer I By Bud FUner MUTT AND JEFF RAISIN? THAT'S THE FIRST RAISIN I EVER SAW, THAT WENT- WAITER,WHAT KIND \ WHY OF A PLACE IS THIS?JDON'T "THIS STEAK IS f VO0 TOO HOT TO J BLOW EAT.' n OK IT, SIR? IM AFRAID TO! WELL, IT MIGHT BLOW) EAT AWAY' gr/VOUR W RICE Pudding I CAN'T.' THERE'S A FLY IN IT.' OH,THATS NOT A PLV, SIR! THAT'S A RAISIN BZ-Z-2-z- 1^ =- AWHILE Use our classifieds to turn those odds and ends into cash. FOR YOUR EVERY HOUSEHOLD NEED BURKH ART'S Open 8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. Every Week Day Toys — Sporting Goods — Lumber — Gifts — Hardware — Paints — Auto Tires — Pressure Cookers — Screen Wire — Electrical Fixtures & Appliances Lamp Shades — Attic Fans — Radio Repairs 2415 TIMES BLVD. (1 Blk. North Village Theatre) K. 3-2591 Local Home Builders Journey To Chicago For National Meet Delegates to the third annual convention of the National Asso- ciation of Home Builders staged this week ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Thursday, February 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 23 You'll find that if you're too far ahead of the procession you're just as much alone as though you were way behind it. FULLER BRUSHES H-3531 Neighbors Give Coffee For Mrs. Omar W. Peters A farewell coffee and handker- chief shower was given last week by two neighbors in honor of Mrs. Omar W. Peters of 2607 Tangley who will leave soon to make her home in Jackson, Mississippi. Host- esses were Mrs. Frank Quaidy and Mrs. Clyde McCulley with the PERMANENT WAVES For That Well Groomed Look Let Our Experts Style Your Hair Our Staff of Expert Operators now includes: Lou Burkett • Aline James Lynn Evans RICE BOULEVARD BEAUTY SHOP SUE FLEMING DELGADO, Owner 2503 Rice Blvd. H.008S New Innerspring Mattresses ARE NOW AVAILABLE We are now in position to convert your Cotton Mattress into an INNERSPRING MATTRESS We specialize in the renovation of all types of bedding, Box Springs, Studio Couches and Gliders. A good selection of fine materials W...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 February 1947

Pago 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, February 27, 1947 mi mW SIE&ii THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY Feb. 27-28; March 1-3 Houston's Most Popular Independent Store rHeEasona/ LIBBY'S IN HEAVY SYRUP MM PEARS ™ 37c FOR FINER THINGS _ DREFT 5 30c PICT-SWEET LITTLE GARDEN ^ PEAS 2 Si 39° ■MEAT I VALUES PETER PAN—12 oz. Jar AA Peanut Butter 29 BAKERY GOODS With thai Delicious Home Flavor! DELICIOUS COCONUT CAKE 89c HOT CROSS PARKERHOUSE BunsDoi 35c Rolls doz 15c DECORATED Cakes StM' — For All Occasions — Weddings — Birthdays Anniversaries Teas — Specialties Kellogg's Gro-Pup TONGUE 29c Dog Food-"27 CHOICE BEEF SHOULDER - 44* Roast CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN Steak -5? LEAN BEEF Short Ribs . 33c BONELESS BEEF pm ROLL ROAST -59c; FRESH SLICED CALVES LIVER - 59' LARGE SIZE A T f Calavos L LI LOUISIANA ■■ A !"< YAMS 5 — 35' LARGE BUNCHES TEXAS 2-19' TEXAS JUICY ft A A Oranges L ziJ LARGE SEEDLESS DOZ. 35* LIBBY DEEP BROWN a mm DEANS 2—25 RATH'S BREAKFAST Sausage s 29' CAMPBELL'S TOMATO S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 March 1947

9 <• 50 UTHWESTER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE. BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 3—Number 24 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 6, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year (• <9 U o ('.* - ct World's First All-Steel House Is Built Here Completion of the world's first all-steel home at 2621 Pittsburg has been hailed as probably the outstand- ing advance in the building field in history. Its « pattern for homes of the future. Revolutionary Home Erected By Reinhart; Many More Planned Perhaps the most outstanding advance in the home building field ever to occur has been brought to fulfillment at 2621 Pittsburg in West University Place by Frank Reinhart, realtor, who has recently completed what the U. S. Steel cor- poration says is the first welded steel home in the world. "Revolutionary," is the term ap- plied to the all-steel structure, and the construction of the new type home has been said to equal i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 March 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 6, 1947 5DUTHWE5TER Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University ^Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Managing Editor BILL WAGNER Reporter and Feature Editor ED SMITH Advertising Manager SAM KEEPER Circulation Manager Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription $1.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 6, 1947 Shopping Facilities DeLuxe About the only thing that is keeping pace with rapid home construction in the Southwestern section is the spectacular business building boom. And that is as it should be. The two go hand in hand. Wise home-builders, or home-buyers, along with shrewd residential developers eye critically the community from a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 March 1947

Thursday, March 6, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Tttn TALK By GAY SANDERS . . . Well, watcha know, keeds? . . . LAMAR JONES is going quite the steady these days, with JOE (I saw you wink) SELBY. Lamar just adores those sweet nothings he can really turn out. How about it, L. J.? . . . Chums had their carnival last Friday night in the Lamar gym, and the rooms down at that end of the hall. They had spook houses, and a rogue's gallery. Then of course there was dancing later on too, with Norman Stewart's band. ... West University Methodist is having another play, this time called "ELMER." AL IilLDRETH plays the lead, that is, Elmer, and CAROLYN BROWN plays "FAN- NY BELL," the colored maid. My my, don't they choose the cast well? Those two aren't the only ones of course. GRADY JORDAN and CAROL LEE GLASSER play twins (yes, that's what we thought, too) and DICK BELT'S dog, Pal, has a leading role as Pansy!! Be sure to come and see it . . . it's going to be darling. . . . HEART THROB SECTIO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 March 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 6,1947 Curiosity to get her home in a hurry, just We're told that if your wife is send her a copy of the local paper away on a holiday and you want' with one item clipped out. & 7** *7tote rfycUtt If You're Having Tax Trouble We'll Help Harry Yonkers Company Peterson's Pharmacy BIdg. K. 3-1503 It's SO Simple To Learn the Popular SAMBA at FLORENCE SHEEHAN'S -appearing steps You'll find its easy for you to master. In'no time at all you will become so expert that you'll beg the band quickly added to your ballroom reper- by this proper instruction. Don't wait, ! by the studio. Or phone K-35967. OPEN 10 A. M. TO 10 P. M. BALLROOM DANCING 2411 SOUTH SHEPHERD Southgate Garden Club Will Meet Tuesday Morning Mrs. M. Y. Randolph of 2235 Goldsmith will be hostess to the regular meeting of the Southgate Garden Club in her home at 10 a. m. Tuesday. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. W. H. Hodges and Mrs. John Wolf. Highlight of the meeting will be a program o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 March 1947

Thursday, March 6, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Mrs. Paul King Heads Coastal Garden Council Mrs. Paul R. King of 6601 Edloe last week was elected councilor of the Coastal Prairie District Gar- den Council at the annual meet- ing held at Sears Roebuck audi- torium. Mrs. Del B. Prosperi, of 3742 Robinhood, retiring councilor, was presented with a gift in apprecia- tion of her services in organizing the council in February of 1946 and her enthusiastic leadership through the year. Mrs. Tom Bow- lin of 3316 Tangley made the pres- entation. Another resident of the section prominent at the meeting was Mrs. F. A. Huwieler of 6642 Rutgers, president of the Texas Garden Clubs, Inc., who analyzed and judged the flower arrangements. More than 125 members from several cities in the Gulf Coast region attended the meeting. Local Residents Are Included In Cast Of Opera, "Orpheus" Emmamae Horn, dance instruc- tor and owner of the Emmamae Horn Dance Studio at 6620% Main, this week announced a list ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 6 March 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 6, 1947 "The triumph song of life would lose its melody without its minor keys."—Mary Clark Leeper. Just dial Keystone 3-5566 and send us 50 cents. Then let your classified ad work for you. COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRING Fender & Body Work—Tune- Up Service — Brake Service— Ignition Service — Motor Overhaul — Wheel Alignment —Shock Absorber Service. ZEPLIN BROS. GARAGE (IN THE VILLAGE) 2514 TIMES BLVD. RAMBLING.. Good-bye and good luck to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clark and son, Cullen, Jr., of 4539 Teas in Bel- laire who are moving to Alpine, Texas, Saturday. The Clark home has been purchased and will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Henderson and children, presently residing at 6538 Auden. . . . Fuller Brushes University, Southside, Braeswood and Braes Heights J. ARTHUR BROWN F. 0040 J- 2-2170 South s Most Modern FUR STORAGE VAULT Now Ready To Protect Your Treasured Garments! TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY CONTROLLED! Complete, Quick, Sure Fumigation Con...

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