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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Thursday, March 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 •1 • •J • I • •1 • 13 • * • * • • • Mrs. Strong Elected To Head Local P. Other Officers Named At Election Tuesday The West University Parent- Teacher Association this week elected Mrs. T. A. Strong of 3740 Rice as its president for the com- ing year. Mrs. Strong will succeed Mrs. N. Paul Wiley of 3502 Tan- gley, retiring president. Other officers named were Mrs. H. A. Mulhausen of 3117 Duke, program chairman; Mrs. J. C. Herndon of 3752 Rice, membership chairman; Mrs. Ross Biggers of 3621 Sunset, extension; Mrs. Wen- dell H. Hamrick of 2815 Rice, pub- lic welfare; Mrs. George Williams of 2732 University, education; Mrs. W. L. Schaper of 3726 Children love it! .AND NUTRITIOUS NUC Mrs. T. A. Strong of 3740 Rice Boulevard, above, this week wai elected president of the West University Parent-Teacher Association at the group's annual election meeting held at Pershing Junior High School. 1SS0G00DF0RTHEM! Georgetown, home and family life; M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March IS, 1947 Spelling Lesson She was a new stenographer in downtown office. Her first let- A Green Lawn OVERNIGHT with AMMONIUM SULPHATE FERTILIZER The finest, quick - acting nitrogen fertilizer for lawn or garden. 85c for 10 lbs. . . . $3.00 for 50 lbs. Raymond Pearson, Inc. Polk and Caroline P. 3144 ter having been typed she brought it in to her boss for signature. Carefully reading over this first attempt, he raised his head and in- quired: "Why did you spell 'pneu- matic,' n-e-w-m-a-t-i-c?" "Oh," said she, "I forgot to tell you the 'K' on my typewriter sticks." Sell through our Classified Ads. FRED G. OLSON Insurance Service Serving The Village and Southwest Section— Homes — Auto — Business OFFICE: 7515 S. Main M. 2-1681 RESIDENCE: 2418 Southgate M. 2-3685 Call for Rate & Coverage RUG & CARPET CLEANING CO. DOMESTIC AND ORIENTAL • CLEANING • REPAIRING • BINDING • REWEAVING • ALTERING • STORING TACKED DOWN CARPETS CLEANED ON THE FLOOR ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Thursday, March 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Legal Notice NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals, addressed to the City of West University Place, 3800 University Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas, for the con- struction, in accordance with adopted and approved plans and specifications therefor, CONTRACT NO. 1 - STREET PAVING Vitit DAVIDSON'S for DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH PAINTS and GARDEN SUPPLIES. BELLAIRE at ■ > « n1 RICHMOND M. 2-0143 Ead ef Bus Llna " Your C.B.S. Station for the City of West University Place, Texas, hereinafter called "Owner"' will be received and filed at the office of the City Secretary until 7:30 P. M., March 21, 1947, and then publicly opened and read aloud in a public meeting of the City Commission of the City of West University Place, Texas. Any bid received after closing time will be returned unopened. UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD from the west line of KIRBY DRIVE to the east line of COMMUNITY DRIVE, 17 blocks; WESLAYAN STREET from the south line of RII,EY S...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 13, 1947 Quick Work | squealed one, holding up a copy of It was a Mr. VOege, lucky fel- j Louisa Alcott's "Little Women." low, who was browsing in a New j "The picture opened up at Radio York bookstore when two women City last week 'n' already they got sauntered up. "Lookit, Emma!" I it out in book form!" ATTIC FANS INSTALLED Nothing Down — Up to 36 Months to Pay FREE ESTIMATES SUPERIOR PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CO. 2307 MORGAN Years of Experience and Scores of Satisfied Cus tomers is Your Assurance Upholstering Your living room furniture uphol- stered by experienced craftsmen will give you years of pleasure and satisfaction. Large selection of covers. Free estimates. Prompt service. Reasonable prices. TERMS IF DESIRED Furniture Co. of First-Class Work! Greenbriar Garden Club To Elect New Officers The annual election of officers will feature the regular meeting of the Greenbriar Garden Club to be held Tuesday at 10 a. m. in the home of Mrs. S. L...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Thursday, March 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 OPENING MONDAY MARCH 17th at 6 A. M. 1 2520 AMHERST IN THE VILLAGE The name ONE'S A MEAL has become synonymous with good food quickly and efficiently served — at the city's most economical prices. We realize that only by adher- ence to the newer trends and greatest possible efficiency can we maintain our leadership. We are here to serve you and will make every effort to maintain your good will and patronage. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 18,1947 from our distinctive new greeting card center | GCHEBU BlITftBir In CASE roo vccv^ed and looked And hunted goo .. wlsb The -tco7-f-Tndr Greeting cards ot every yEiSB Bf Anybody ever had: There are cards for friends and neighbors For your Doctor "r y°^ Boy'friend. u .K-jnri Wife or Sweetheart. ^oT.SoTdierorMarinl J a Sailor, or for so^ ^ It's been ages since you 2|i5§§F ■ Cards for wedding inn'"a^ tods for people whoaredU BUI ^als^eSw^^0"6"' °«KS=nS' A„, «'v^" d,8.Jl Have we gotit'- WE FEATURE CARDS SELECT YOUR EASTER CARDS NOW! BEN DUFFIE, Inc. APPLIANCES — GIFT and GARDEN SHOP 2534 AMHERST (In The Village) K. 3-1411 Push-Button Living By Use 01 Electronics May Answer Housewives' Servant Problems Housewives of the not-too-dis- tant future may find electronics the answer to servant problems. Already in use in the home of Dr. 0. H. Caldwell, Cos Cob, Conn., are photo - cell controlled inside and outside lights which automatically turn...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Thursday, March 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 • <• I « • I # • • * # • * • # ♦ • t <• • « • <1 Village Association To Meet Friday For Study Of Advertising Project The regular meeting of the Vil- lage Association, scheduled for last Friday, was postponed one week because of a death in the family of Albert E. and John Olson. The meeting will be held tomorrow night, J. Roy Jones, president, announced. Mr. Jones stated that an inter- esting advertising program will be presented to the members for their approval. Fashion Notes For the young figure particu- larly in the suit line, skirts are pencil slim and slashed. Nipped in waists are popular, too, and peplum pockets are quite the thing for the teen-ager. Shoulders still are padded, and you might look for new notes in the careful draping of sleeves from such shoulders in the new dresses. The armholes are deep and com- fortable. Skirts may be flounced or pleat- ed, but you may be certain there's more fabric being used in t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 18,1947 The answer to a stenographer's prayer — an "errorless" electric List With Us for quick service. QUALITY HOMES IN West University — Bellaire Southside — Southgate and South End N. R. WALL REALTY CO. Main at Southgate K. 3-2523 J. 2-7988 M. 2-7577 M. 2-8150 typewriter — has been patented. Unlike standard typewriters, it works on the principle of the lino- type, setting up an entire line which is visible above the key- board. If there is an error, the operator presses a button and eliminates the mistyped character. Watch our classified advertising for unbelievable bargains. Houston Band House R. E. (Bob) Senay EXPERT REPAIRING 812 McKinney F. 7761 LOOK! THERE ARE 115 BAPTIST CHURCHES NOW HOLDING A REVIVAL IN AND AROUND HOUSTON ATTEND THE CHURCH NEAR YOU EACH NIGHT THIS WEEK Your Church Needs You You Need Your Church DON'T SEND THEM, BUT GO WITH YOUR CHILDREN TO SUNDAY SCHOOL NEXT SUNDAY RAMBLING.... Visiting in Houston last week was Un...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

rhursday, March 13, 1947 A Message from Warehouse Liquor Stores Despite increased transportation and production costs, Warehouse Liquor Stores will continue to give you Nationally Advertised Wines and Liquors at Competitive ow Prices. PRICES At Warehouse Liquor Stores Re- main Low Not One Day or One Week But Every Day In the Year. 'H&tcct cut <Uit~ 4fa«tcUtty owiiefy <U (cue tvittet cutd K&fttotaClef ad(A&iti4ect Uqcunt faun ad ovet t6e uwitctf ///// SHiM? LOUISIANA

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 18,1947 Accident Control Collisions caused by running trains into open switches may be avoided if the track switch position indicator patented by a Brooklyn inventor is put into general use. The system operates warning sig- nals which flash on and off at various distances in advance of the open switch. We can even find apartments now and then. Give it a try in the classified ads. DON'T DARKEN YOUR PORCH or WINDOWS with ORDINARY BLINDS or AWNINGS Sunray's scientifically designed 5 inch louvers and patented awning-shutter feature, assures more light and unobstructed vision. Other Exclusive Sunray Features: 9 100% protection from 9 Extra burglar protection a i . • Louvers lock in any U^in^ " a" position • Choice of colore inaide or* Controlled from inside out without raising window • No welding • 20 ga. rust proof steel FREE ESTIMATES—F. H. A. APPROVED ScUVUUf AWNING SHUTTER CO. Houston Owned and Operated M. 2-7559 5727 KIRBY DRIVE ANOTHER BEA...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Thursday, March 13, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 There's A Difference "I wish you'd stop singing while you're working." "I wasn't working. I was only singing." ★ If you are too broke to buy etchings you can always ask 'em in to see the handwriting on the wall. COSMETICS BY REVLON YARDLEY DuBARRY PRESCRIPTIONS BELLAIRE PHARMACY 5101 Cedar M. 2-2711 Visiting her mother, Mrs. C. A. Greaner of 1910 Wroxton, is Mrs. Thomas E. Booth of Longview, Texas. Mrs. Booth will return to her home Sunday. Recent compliments for Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Pitts who are moving from the city included a dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Doherty of 2315 Addison and a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Bryan of 2702 Cason. Visitors in Waco last week were Mrs. Bert Barry and daughter, Betty, of 2825 Wroxton, and Mrs. ENRICH YOUR SOIL Sandy loam top soil, fertilizer and cotton boll mold. Guaranteed Yardage 2708 Bissonnet M. 2-5233 Beautify Your Windows WITH BEAUTIFUL MODERNISTIC CORNICE BOARDS (VALANCE BOARDS) MAD...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 18,1947 Tea GivenTo Honor Miss Doris Speich A tea was given Sunday after- noon by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young of 6346 Belmont in honor of Miss Doris Juliette Speich, bride-elect. HUMPTY DUMPTY KINDERGARTEN 4002 Byron M. 2-2819 Children Ages 3 to 6 PICK-UP SERVICE Miss Speich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Speich of 6345 Bel- mont, will become the bride of Donald Brett in April. Vari-colored spring flowers and white tapers were used to deco- rate the living and dining rooms. Mrs. Speich and Mrs. C. F. Brett, mother of the bridegroom-to-be, poured. Assisting in serving were Mrs. W. B. Stallings and Miss Bev- erly Curry. There were 40 guests. But now my task is smoothly done, I can fly, or I can run.— Milton. Julia McLaran Becomes Bride Of Roy Much In Bellaire Presbyterian Church Rites Of widespread interest to resi dents of the section was the wed- ding last week of Miss Julia Mc- Laran, daughter of Mrs. S. N McLaran and the late Mr. Mc- Laran, ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Thursday, March 13, 1947 ; > ► ' SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 LEGAL NOTICE notice of bond election TO THE DULY QUALIFIED RESIDENT ELECTORS OK THE CITY OF SOUTH- SIDE PLACE, TEXAS, WHO OWN TAXABLE PROPERTY WITHIN SAID CITY AND WHO HAVE DULY REN- DERKD THE SAME FOR TAXATION AND TO ALL OTHER INTERESTED PERSONS: Notice is hereby given that an election will be held in and throughout the City of Southside Place, Texas, on the 1st day of April, 1947, in keeping with the fallow- ing resolution adopted by the City Council of said city, to-wit: BE IT RESOLVED AND ORDERED by TPICOW mexicfln RESTfiunonTJSr 2 MEXICAN FOOD At Its Best A la Carte or Complete Dinner Menus OUR DAILY SPECIAL CABRITO Catering to Private Parties Space available for your afternoon Club Meeting. TAXCO MEXICAN (TASCO) RESTAURANT 805 WESTHEIMER (At Turn east of Montrose) Open Daily Except Tuesday 11 A. M. to 10 P. M. Phone Lehigh 7552 Place''^ °>UIIC" °' th,! ci,y oi Southside Section 1: That an election shall be held ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 13,1947 Youthful Southampton Astronomer Studies The Moon Dan Bloxsom, Lamar Senior, Is Talented Observer Of Planets Through the centuries the moon has been the inspiration for count- less romantic poems and ballads such as the immortal lines of Shel- ley: "That orbed maiden, with white fire laden, Whom mortals call the moon." Most people are content to en- joy the beauty of the moon and the magical glow it casts on the earth without too much curiosity as to how the moon looks at clos- er range. But a comparatively small number, including Dan Blox- som, Jr. of 2248 Robinhood in Southampton, like to study the planets through a telescope and familiarize themselves with the various heavenly bodies and the factors controling them. Week-End Avocation Most any week-end evening finds Dan outdoors in front or in back of his home gazing heavenward through his telescope. He's always glad to "give a look" to any curi- NUCOA.. a wholesome, protective fo...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Thursday, March 18, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 21 Mrs. Mary Stella Gaunt *Is Buried In Victoria Funeral services were held Sat- urday in the Johnston-Bulloch Fu- neral Home for Mrs. Mary Stella Gaunt, 79, of 2028 Dryden Road *in Southgate who died recently in " her home. She is survived by a son, Raleigh Gaunt of California; two daugh- ters, Mrs. Ella Carter of Califor- nia and Mrs. Eugene L. Bailey of Houston and two grandchildren, Mary Ellen and Joe Edwin Caden- head, both of Houston. A brother, Dave Tarr of Riverside, Califor- nia, also survives. Rev. Burton Coffman officiated at the services and the body was sent to Victoria, Texas, for burial. ADVICE . . . FOR THE SUCCESSFUL MAN Clothes may not make the man, but they go a long ways in identifying him as a man of purpose and good taste, whose company is preferred among his associates. ROWOL BETTER TAILORS has what it takes to do it. A large as- sortment of selected woolens in beauti- ful shades to choose from. Also a large mod...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Page 22 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 18,1947 X REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes calm MY woeo YSELF, MOM THEYfcE just WE'VE a blur STREAMLINED A NEW WAV TO PLAY thwack. CHESS/ this? s 7*W c C. c k ' ^ ~*y THW<555 m JITTER By Arthur Pointer By Bud Fither MUTT AND JEFF oh. isn'T this awfuu> it says mere some of the natives in africa exchange their wives FOR HORSES AND MULES? mutt dear) would yoo exchange me for a rtor^ or a mole? mutt, anything ~y i dont in the paper about 1 know.' the man next door /1 haven T fighting with (tcometothe his in-laws? jl sporting news yet? NO? I WISH 1 HAD A NEW p —i CAR now, what did i say that got her sore? Methodist Auxiliary To Stage Final Meeting On Race Relationships The members of the Women's Society for Christian Service of the West University Methodist Church will hold their fourth and final study at 10:30 a. m. Tuesday at the church on the theme, "Chris- tian and Race." Participating in the meeting will be a negro choir from Wheatley H...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Thursday, March 18, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 28 Ceremony In Southgate Home Unites Mary Allred And John Edward Stacey Mias Mary Virginia Allred, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond S. Allred of 2141 Dryden, last week became the bride of John Edward Stacey, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stacey of 2148 Dryden, in a beautiful candlelight cere- mony solemnized at the home of the bride's parents. The improvised altar was banked with smilax and arrangements of VILLAGE PICTURE FRAMING SHOPPE • ONE DAY SERVICE • Just Arrived! Most Complete Line Of Picture Moulding Scrap Books—Photo Book* Greeting Cards—Inks Non-Fiction Books—Pencils Framed Pictures Off We Bronze Baby Shoes 5416 Morningside H. 4200 Between Rice & University white stock, gladioli and ranun- culi. Cathedral tapers in floor can- delabra gave soft illumination to the setting. The wedding marches were played by Miss Mildred Milli- gan, harpist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an original model of candlelight sa...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 March 1947

Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 18,1947 9 i MOTTS APPLE SAUCE SPECIALS- THURSDAY—SATURDAY four big days FRIDAY MONDAY March 13-14-15-17 ARCHER-VIENNA f\ g\ f". SAUSAGE 2 25 FLOTILL WHOLE OR HALVES gy mm APRICOTS "251 GARTH'S GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Nc.„! 5C fit you'll Cove Jtl BAKE RY BAMA PURE BLACKBERRY 4 PRESERVES «■ 31 CRISCO 3 m. 1 15 MR J, GOLD MEDAL Flour 5«35c FRANCO AMERICAN A Oil SPAGHETTI 2 - 27' CORNED BEEF HASH - 29' DEL DIXI 4 "If hominy 2"17< That Makes the Mea/ CHOICE BABY BEEF Sirloin Steak ' 59' CHOICE BABY BEEF SQUARE CUT SHOULDER JY BEEF jm p| ROAST - 45' FRESH CALF . TONGUES >^23 RATH'S BLACK HAWK PORK LINKS l-Lb. Box 46 ARMOUR STAR —SHANK HALVES— HAM " 59c Tales The tHnE CARAMEL DOUBLE DIP cake PARKERHOUSE Doz STRAWBERRY CUPS ROLLS D°- 14c MaryAnns6' 29c ST. PATRICK'S COOKIES 35' U/U 3 I DANISH FLATS Sf" COFFEE CAKE2 5#' Baked On Our Premises m FRUITS k VEGETABLES WINESAP — NICE SIZE mrngg apples"35 FOR SALADS ft H CALAV0S2Fr27 YELLOW ft ^ onions 2^9'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 March 1947

50UTHWE5TER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE. BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. 50UTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 3—Number 26 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 20, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Flower Show Features Colonial Theme Adding a charming effect to the colonial theme of last week'# garden show were these period- costumed members of the West University Garden Club. They are, front row, left to right, Mrs. A. F. Barnes, Mrs. A. E. Phelps, Mrs. David W. Hannah and Mrs. C. A. Diehl. Second row, Mrs. W. R. Freeman, Mrs. Paul A. Coley and Mrs. H. W. Morgan. Back row, Mrs. William Brogan, Mrs. E. F. Shawver and Mrs. August Nitschman. Sewing Machine Shop And Cafeteria Begin Operation This Week During this week two new busi- ness establishments have opened to serve the residents of the South- western section. The Singer Sew- ing Machine Co. is located at 2429 University Boulevard in The Vil- lage and will offer varied services to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 March 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, March 20, 1947 5duthwe5ter Newlyweds Move To Bellaire Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN ETTA MARTIN BILL WAGNER ED SMITH SAM KEEPER 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 Editor and Publisher Managing Editor ..Reporter and Feature Editor Advertising Manager , Circulation Manager Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 20, 1947 Let's Launch A Drive Clean Up, Paint Up, Beautify! We have heard that in the spring the young man's fancy "lightly turns to thoughts of love." Also in the spring the home owners' thoughts turn, but not so lightly, to plans for beautifying and improving his property. This is a section of home owners, of ...

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