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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Thursday, April 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Time Marches On Two small boys had taken the clock apart to see what made it tick. After examining it very care- fully they put the clock back to- gether again. During the night their father was awakened from his sleep when the clock began striking. It struck 117 times with- out stopping. "Vindy," he said to his wife, excitedly, "you'd better get up. Durn if it ain't later than I ever knowed it to be." Let's Get Acquainted SATISFACTION IN YOUR PURCHASES ... is a Part of Our Helping Make Your House a Home. ■ "Friendly Home Furnishers" With Convenient Terms FURNITURE CO 1205 CONGRESS They say that when you want something done, you should choose | a busy person to do it. That, prob- MAJESTIC PORTABLE RADIO TAKE YOUR MUSIC WITH YOU . . . in this compact Majcstic portable radio superbly fin- ished in ebony shark, as smart in appearance as the finest luggage. Telescoping Wave-Mast and Wave Ranger plus built - in loop antenna provide exce...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 Growing with LENODE GOLDSTON Executive Vice-President • • • • J. D. LARRABEE Vice-President HENRY B. CASEY Vice-President Your friendly University State Bank is always ready to render financial aid to individuals or business firms. We stand ready to help new business firms get estab- lished or to help those already in the community to remodel or enlarge. And for the individual who is plan- ning to buy a new home we will gladly give any assist- ance possible to make financing easier. Loans on new automobiles and appliances, as well as personal loans are given friendly, personal attention. Feel free to drop in anytime for financial counsel. Directors: WM. M. DICKEY JOHN S. DUNN A. J. EASTHAM WM. G. FARRINGTON M. M. FELD L. GOLDSTON UNIVERSITY • • 6135 KIRBY DRIVE MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSUfl

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

Thursday, April 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 the Community • • I <7,269, WEENONAH DAVIS Cashier As we celebrate our fifth birthday we are again able to point with pardon- able pride to another year of growth in the resources of the University State Bank. In the short span of five years the bank has grown from a total of $1,644,000 in resources at the end of the first year to $7,269,000 at the close of the fifth. We feel particularly happy because this shows that the University State Bank is serving the people and business firms in the South- western section in a manner which merits their confidence. We want you to always feel that this is YOUR bank and we invite you to call on us at any time for financial help or advice. Thank you for making this, our fifth birthday, a happy one. STATE BANK HUGH L. WHITESIDE Vice-President • • POSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Keystone 3-5574 HENRY WEISS Assistant Cashier Directors: W. L. GOLDSTON E. J. GRACEY H. E. LEY W. D. LEY L. H. WILLIAMS<...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 Local Resident Lauded For Disaster Stories Congratulatory messages were pouring in this week to Howard Stevens of 4212 Riley in West University Place, staff writer for The Houston Press, whose graphic accounts of the recent Texas City disaster were wired to hundreds of cities throughout the United States. Mr. Stevens, one of the first newspapermen to reach the scene of the blast, spent 24 hours in Tex- as City gathering material for his paper and for the wire serv- ices. By-line stories written by Mr. Stevens appeared in papers as far distant as Chicago and Washington, D. C. ★ Right Diet Vaud: "I saw a baby today that gained 10 pounds in two weeks on elephant's milk." Ville: "Whose baby was it?" Vaud: "The elephant's." ATTIC FANS AUTOMATIC GRILLS & ELECTRIC TIME SWITCHES AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR AMERICAN BLOWER FANS Installed By Manufacturer's Specifications 36 MONTHS TO PAY Call Us For Free Estimate AMERICAN VENTILATING CO. 2807 ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Thursday, April 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Bellaire Church Is Host To Meeting Of Brazos Presbytery Historic Brazos Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church held its two-day spring meeting in the Bel- laire Presbyterian Church at Bel- laire Boulevard and Rice Avenue last week. It'chose as its Modera- tor Rev. M. H. Knox, for 16 years pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Wharton. Reverend Knox succeeded Dr. E. R. Wright, chemist for Dow Chemical Com- pany of Freeport, an elder in the For That Weil-Groomed Look We Recommend BRECK and HERBEX HAIR PREPARATIONS PRESCRIPTIONS BELLAIRE PHARMACY 5101 Cedar M. 2-2711 First Presbyterian Church there. Approximately 100 ministers and elders were in attendance for the meeting of this Presbytery, which embraces 40 counties of Southeast Texas. In accordance with custom for the retiring Moderator to preach sermon, Dr. Wright spoke on Science and- the Intuitive Meth- od." Among the orders of business handled at the meeting was the formati...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 fir Mrs. Lorine Parrish, Resident Of Southgate, Buried At Forest Park Mrs. Lorine Hanna Parrish, 52, of 2535 Swift in Southgate, died last week in a Houston hospital. Houston Band House R. E. (Bob) Sentj EXPERT REPAIRING 812 McKinney F. 7761 A resident of Houston for 12 years, she was a member of the Central Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband, Perry C. Parrish of Houston; three sisters, Mrs. C. P. Burns of San Fernando, California, Mrs. V. L. Rhodyback and Mrs. J. T. Gibbs, both of Houston; two brothers, J. P. Lawson and A. V. Lawson, both of San Antonio, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral rites were conducted by Minister Burton Coffman and bur- ial was in Forest Park Cemetery. Rent through our Classified Ads. Tffll TALK By GAY SANDERS . . . There wasn't much news from the Canteen last week. The floor show was very good and the audience had a hard time finally deciding which of the contestants were good enough to ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Thursday, April 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 > ■ • Cond.it Students Present May Fete Friday Evening The Condit School May fete will be held tomorrow at the Bellaire school with a program of enter- tainment by the students, it was announced this week by Mrs. Z. K. Hunter, president of the Parent- Teacher Association. Plans for the festivities call for a theme of "Brotherhood of Na- tions" which will be demonstrated by the school pupils in dances of the various countries. Refreshments will be served from booths on the school grounds and the public is invited to attend. The program will start at 5:30 p. m Students Contribute To Texas City Relief ii±t When Junior Shops knows hat Everyone knows what means to a woman. Now comes word from Dr. Grace Langdon, noted authority and consultant on children, that a hat carries a lot of comfort to a frightened little boy of four to six. If Junior has a j masculine dislike toward shopping for new clothes, put on the hat ! first and he'll b...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

ribBHMIfttMMMMi wtKtmmmmm ■ Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids, in DUPLICATE, will be ed by the City Secretary of the City of Rich- niond Road north to where it would in- tersect the South line of Sycamore Street if said South line of Sycamore Street were extended lvast across Ave- nue "A," all according to the map of the amended First Subdivision of West- moreland Farms which is recorded in Vol. 3, Pages 60,61 of the Harris Coun- Map Records: on thereupon of pav< of reinforced purtenances and incidentals to such im provements, all as provided by the plan and specifications therefor on file witl the City Secretary of Bellaire, Texas. The contract for such work will be let at the regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Ilellaire. at the City Hall of said City, to be held beginning at 7:00 p. m. on Monday, May 5, 1947. The successful bidder will be requi full linn ~t& l^cirer Recover You Furniture for Lasti...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Thursday, April 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 ★ Fashions ^ Backlog for a trousseau is the Palm Beach cloth (rayon and wool) suit shown above as pictured in the April issue of Good Housekeeping magazine. Available In navy, black, fray, with "pearl" buttons. Typhoid Immunizations For Residents Of WUP To Begin Wednesday West University's free typhoid immunizations, sponsored by the Harris County Health Service, will be held at the Community House next Wednesday and on May 7 and 14. The entire series of three shots will be given to anyone, including school children, who have not had them. Persons wishing the entire series must be present at the first and each of the two subsequent clinics. Booster shots will be available to all who had complete doses or who took a booster last year. Members of the West University P.-T. A. will aid in the clerical work at the clinics, it was re- ported. More than 3,000 persons last year took advantage of the typhoid clinic. Rastus came to his color...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 Southampton Garden Club Holds Flower Show fireston* s^u!1 Equip Your Car With yirtslon* DELUXE CHAMPIONS • Up to 53% Stronger • Up to 32% Longer Mileage • Up to 60% More Non-Skid Angles New in design! New in materials! New in performance! Tested and proved by millions of miles of servico! Buy the best! 2Vi H.P., Single Cylfndm' OUTBOARD MOTOR !1 92.50 The new 1&47 model! Qaleter, smoother operating. Quioker, wuiier starting. Easier to steer «r carry. Streamlined one gallon gaa tank. barbecue grill 10.95 All metal, sturdy construction. Ideal for those backyard parties or outings in the country. Folds into compact unit that is easy to carry. Man's Da Lux* BICYCLE 45.50 Streamlined, speedy . . . full size, too! Strong tubular frame, double-bar construction. Smart enamel finish, flashy chrome trim. Big, easy-riding balloon tiros. Rubber pedals, grips. Equipped with torpedo headlight, kickstand, chain guard. Your Neighborhood Firest...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Thursday, April 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 21 WUP Dog Situation Improves; Bellaire Ponders Solution To Its Canine Problem A noticeable improvement in West University's dog situation was revealed this week by Harold E. Shipp, chief of police, who stated that several $5 fines issued in corporation court against negli- gent dog owners has had the de- 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 Doctors Recommend .. I Fr««h Drugs Compounded Accurately For Your BEN LAWS PHARMACY 3644 University M. 2-2336 sired effect on the owners in keep- ing their dogs off the streets. Police several weeks ago began issuing warrants for an appear- ance in court of dog owners who allowed their pets to roam the city streets. A city ordinance requires that the dogs be kept penned up except when on a leash. While West University was gain- ing some control ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Page 22 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer REG LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrne# WOULD THERE'S i oney <5or ONE NICKEL zoouer, ah' I'D LIKE A # cone, TOO/ y/ YOU LIKE AN AN ICE-CREAM rJODAY Wis CONES 5* ICE-CREAM CONE vWHY> STORE, NOT ZOOLIE? PINHEAO, PINHEADi THERE, I P LOVE MUTT AND JEFF HA HA! HOUSE CRAZY MIRRORS if Jp B ilIL By Bud Fisher HERE,MUTT/HAVE A GOOD LAUGH.' FREE! r WAS JUST OVER TO SEE MYSELF IN THE CRAZV MIRRORS) . thev sure make you j LAUGH! 1. WKV? Js A DIME ■FOR THAT? Times Classified Ads are a bargain, 21 words for 50c. 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. K. 3-3250 Paul V. Lucas Heads Scout Bivouac Group For Sectional Meet The Sam Houston Council, Boy Scouts of America, under the lead- ership of Paul V. Lucas of 2725 Albans, director of Senior Scout- ing, was...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Thursday, April 24, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 23 CLASSIFIED WILL DO TYPING in my home. Neat, accurate. Reasonable rates. Call M. 2-2355. STEEL CLOTHESLINE POLES: Two- inch steel pipe with five-foot cross arm accomodating three lines. Priced $22 per set installed. Steel or pipe frame trailers built to order. All type of general weld- ing repairs, maintenance and steel fab- ricating. Tex-Weld, Inc., 3V05 Bellaire Blvd. M. 2-8475. FOR SALE: BOY'S full-size balloon tire bike. Also 35 mm. en larger, both excel- lent. M. 2-71/33. Weekdays call after 6 WILL TRADE NEW 26-inch girl's bicycle for smaller size. For sale: redwood porch furniture. M. 2-5936. CLOTHESLINE SUPPORTS INSTALLED to meet your particular needs. M. 2-3983. or J. 2-1317. BABY BUGGY, LIKE new, $10. Vacuum cleaner with attachments. M. 2-58UO. UNFURNISHED APARTMENT WANT- ED by school teacher and her adult em- ployed daughter. Garage apartment ac- ceptable if clean and nice surroundings. Phone Mr. Hancock at M. 2-2313 or J....

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 April 1947

Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, April 24, 1947 t TOMATO JUICE 2 EJ 23 SPECIALS For Thursday - Friday - Saturday - Save! Save! ^■V9aV9VlV9iV!V9FVflVVV0TyP9fV9yyiKy!9B^ fruits*-0 Vegetables LARGE SIZE 4 A. ARTICHOKES 2 F 19c CRYSTAL PURE Strawberry JAM 11 Oz. Jar 29 RIO STAR FRESH Blackeye PEAS No. 2 Can 15 FLUFFY DELICIOUS PASTRIES doz. 43' For Strawberries MARY ANNS 6 For 29c COCOANUT CAKE Two Layer 79' SALT RISING BREAD LOAF 15c RICH LIGHT CLOVER LEAF 4 QC ROLLS voz. 1%I WHITE HOUSE PURE APPLE JUICE 23° Big 46 Oz. CAN MEADOLAKE COLORED 0LE0-47C Cherry I Sale . Libby's Royal Anne Cherries - 29° Libby's Dark Sweet Cherries - 29' Red Tart Pitted Pie Cherriesr 29' LOUISIANA m A|. YAMS 5-34' TEXAS SEEDLESS A J Grapefruit 04 VALLEY TENDER <fl Af Carrots 310 HONOR BRAND PEAS 12 oz. Box 25* HONOR BRAND SPINACH 12 oz. Box 25c That Makes the Mea/ CHOICE BABY BEEF pa Boneless Rolled Roast u 53 CHOICE BABY BEEF p| Sirloin STEAK - 53 HORMEL'S SPAM 35 MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee -45 BET-R Dog F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

• SOUTH WESTER • \ PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volumne 3—Number 32 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 1, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year | Bus Changes Go Into Effect Monday _HL JVL_ i r 7 ~\ r SOL/r/MMPrON AUDEN AUOFN 5/iutt/e MN//Lf?s/ry ? JL _J L —L£G£NO— ■—1 A/ffn floater Ave/*/? & Soot/zarnyptof /.Spaa ■ Presm/ Abe/* — L//?/v*rst/y —*—<- /Pout* of Afa/v Auc/e/? Sfa/tf/* Liqc The above map shows the new routes for busses in West University Place as approved by the council Monday night. Busses will begin following the revised routes Monday. Firm On Bellaire Has New Owner, Beauty Shop Opens On Rice Ellie Jones this week became the new owner of Todd Furniture and Hardware Company, 2428 Bellaire Boulevard, following his purchase of the firm from J. L. Todd, former owner. Mr. Jones, who served with the Navy during the war, plans to display a complete line of hard- wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 1, 1947 SDUTHWE5TER 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 3-5666 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 1, 1947 What Happened To Our Swimming Pool? For the past couple of years now the citizens of West University Place have been clamoring for a municipal swimming pool. Again it is May and the hot summer months lie ahead of us. Again it is certain to be a dry, sultry sum- mer as far as a dip in our own pool is concerned. Again we and our children mus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Thursday, May 1, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 How Un<Cex NEW TH-a ttaaentettt... And in Order to Make Room for a Larger Stock of Hardware and Sporting Goods WE'RE OFFERING THIS CLOSING OUT OUR STOCK OF LAMPS LAMP SHADES AND Ornamental Glassware at V2 PRICE YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THESE REAL VALUES! LAMPS CHINA DISHES dishes pieces EVERY LAMP in our stock offered in THIS SALE HURRICANE LAMPS, reg. $18.80 SALE TABLE LAMPS, reg. $15.75 SALE TABLE LAMPS, reg. $13.60 SALE TABLE LAMPS, reg. $20.15 SALE BOUDOIR LAMPS, reg. $4.39 SALE BOUDOIR LAMPS, reg. $3.79 SALE LAMP SHADES \, REG. 39c TO $4.98, ALL SIZES /\ $940 $790 $780 PRICE (Set of Two) HASKA LIGHT WOOD SERVING TRAYS M19 Reg. $2.25 SALE (Set of Four) -IGHT WOOD Reg. $2.25 SALE HASKA LIGHT WOOD LAP TRAYS $|13 WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF GLIDDEN PAINTS Everything You Wilt Need for Spring Painting RAINBOW BRAND ORNAMENTAL GLASSWARE BUFFET SET—Large Bowl—Matching CQCfl Candle Holders—reg. $5.00 SALE GLASS CANDY DISH |;c_ with Cov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 1, 1947 POLIO HOSPITAL Health and Accident INSURANCE Fred G. Olson Ins. Agcy. 7515 So. Main M. 2-1681 M. 2-3685 Ability Aplenty— Team Needs Coach Roarin' and ready to go are the Farrington Cougars, 13-year-old and under softball team composed of youngsters of the Southwestern section, all students at Pershing Junior High School. The team needs a coach, how- ever, according to the team cap- tain, Jimmy Skipton. The Cougars are entered in the Cherryhurst League which plays one night game each week. The boys prac- tice on Saturday mornings. Uni- forms are available for the team which is sponsored by J. Edw. Far- rington, merchant in The Village. One or two positions are open on the team for any boys that are interested, Jimmy said. Any adult in the section inter- ested in coaching the youngsters is requested to call Jimmy at Madison 2-5650. A minimum expenditure of 50 cents will purchase space in the Times classified ads. YACHT CLUB RED CAMPBELL'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Thursday, May 1, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 It's Going To Be A Merry Christmas, Santa's Mother Says While most residents of the sec- tion are searching for cool sum- mer clothes and oiling fans in preparation for summer's seasonal heat, Mrs. L. F. Patterson of 3810 Tennyson has turned her thoughts to the Christmas season. Popularly known as "Santa Claus' mother," Mrs. Patterson each year collects and repairs toys that go to underprivileged children in the Houston area on Yuletide. children. Last year, tojfs gladdened In 1945, she distributed toys to 250 the Christmas of twice that num- ber of youngsters, thanks to Mrs. Patterson's untiring efforts. Out to break all records this year, Mrs. Patterson is issuing her pleas for toys earlier this season than ever before. She hag re- quested residents of the section to begin bringing toys to her home immediately so that the work of putting them in shape for Christ- mas delivery can be started and finished on a larger scale then ever be...

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

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 1, 1947 Monticello Garden Club Holds Annual Hobby, Flower Show The annual hobby show of the Monticello Garden Club was held yesterday in the home of Mrs. F. A. Lewis of 2809 Robinhood. The show featured a display of each member's hobby plus a flower arrangement blending with the hobby. The regular meeting of the group will be held next Wednes- day in the home of Mrs. Glenn King of 2911 Quenby. Mrs. E. R. Davis will be co-hostess. Business to be considered at the meeting will include the annual election of officers, yearly com- We are happy to invite you to the opening of FLOWERS 2411 SAN JACINTO TODAY - MAY 1, 1947 DROP BY TO SEE US —then make it a habit. Temporary Phone M. 2-4603 mittee reports and plans for the spring luncheon which terminates the club's activities for the season. The winners in the best flower contest and identification contest will be announced at this meeting, it was stated. The Reason Potatoes are called "spuds" from the...

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