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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Thursday, May 1, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 About Books Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of coun- selors, and the most patient of teachers.—Charles W. Eliot. —★ Character is not made in a crisis —it is only exhibited.—Dr. Robert Freeman. V isit DAVIDSON'S for DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH PAINTS and GARDEN SUPPLIES. "RICHMOND* M. 2-0143 End of Bus Line ! VILLAGE THEATRE Box Office Opens 12:45 Daily Phone K. 3-6371 Thurs. - Fri. — May 1-2 Pastor Boasts Rare Book Collection books printed in the revised Greek. And although the book is very old, the type is fine, resembling deli- cate penmanship. Pride of Reverend Purcell's col- lection is a 1708 edition, printed in Leipzig, Germany, of the Con- fessions of St. Augustine. St. Augustine, a Roman, was a great theologian of the early ages. He died in 430 A. D. Born in the ancient city of Carthage, he did most of his work in North Africa. He has been termed the greatest relig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 1, 1947 JANETS JOTTINGS- "You never know what a woman will do!" That's what they say. They may be right; indubitably they may be. But a careful study of the critter reveals one indisputable, infallible fact. There's one thing you can depend on her doing: WHEN SHE SITS DOWN SHE SLIPS HER SHOES OFF! That is, if she's wearing pumps. Sometimes she buys herself a pair of strap sandals and they will be JANEY JONES so hard to unfasten she has to keep them on. But she won't wear them much; they are too hard to get into and out of. She goes back to the ones that are easy on and quick off. And as long as she's standing or walking she keeps them on; but the minute she sits,, down—off they come! One of them, at least. There is the ONE-SHOE-OFF group, and the BOTH-SHOES- OFF class. And there is an in- Beautify Your Windows WITH BEAUTIFUL MODERNISTIC CORNICE BOARDS (VALANCE BOARDS) MADE AND INSTALLED — ANY SIZE OR DESIGN WATTS WOOD SPECIALTIES PAUL S. WATTS...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

I- Thursday, May 1, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 i'Valued at Ti/ane&otue ^cqtun Stone&f YOUR CHOICE Schenley Reserve 3 FEATHERS CALVERT Reserve SEAGRAM'S 7 FULL FIFTH All 86 & 86.8 Proof OlWUW COWJIII'2 20% Alcohol PURE GRAPE—AGED CALIFORNIA SWEET WINES LA BELLE BRAND --CHOICE- PORT—WHITE PORT- SHERRY OR MUSCATEL FULL FIFTH FULL $2 25 GALLON A LARGE VARIETY OF FINE WINES AND LIQUORS AT WAREHOUSE LIQUOR STORES! —?4t "Ptice&f LARGEST VARIETY OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WINES & LIQUORS IN HOUSTON !

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 1, 1947 Nominating Committee To Choose Candidates For Methodist Group Mrs. W. E. Souchek of 5407 Brae Burn Drive was hostess last week for the first meeting of the newly-organized Women's Society for Christian Service of the Bel- laire Methodist Church. A nominating committee com- posed of Mrs. C. B. Braden, Mrs. L. A. Thomas and Mrs. Souchek was appointed to select candidates for the club offices. These candi- dates will be elected at the organ- ization meeting of the group next Tuesday. The meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. W. H. Crum and Mrs. C. C. Perry of 5111 Brae Burn Drive. <£ Happiness adds and multiplies as we divide it with others. BOOKKEEPING — TAX SERVICE Daily — Weekly — Monthly Harry Yonkers Company PETERSON PHARMACY BLDG. 24371/2 University Blvd. K. 3-1503 PAINT WITH GOOD PAINT! NOW IS THE TIME WE PUT IN CONCRETE PORCH FLOORS AND STEPS, AND MAKE MINOR REPAIRS Guaranteed Work — No Down Payment — Easy Terms HOUSTON PAI...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Thursday, May 1, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 • ] • • • • ' • i # i • • • • • Bellaire Council Will Form Civic League; City Improvements To Be Chief Aim Of Group A united, city-wide effort to- ward organizing a civic league was launched this week by the Bell- aire City Council. The purpose of the civic group,, as outlined by Mayor Madison •£>. Rayburn, will be to study, plan and work for all civic betterments and improve- ments in Bellaire. In launching the campaign, an BATH TUBS IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY E. BETTENCOURT 2522 Bissonnet K. 3-3993 KAY'S "Where Friend# Meet" STEAKS — SEAFOODS FRENCH FRIED ONIONS BARBECUE MEXICAN FOOD BEER ON TAP 2324 Bissonnet apparent effort toward gathering strength and unity among resi- dents of the city, the council will seek to draw members from all other organizations in the city thus keeping these groups informed on the contemplated work to be done and thereby unify and coordinate the civic effort. Specific objectives which the league...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 1, 1947 Logical Hubby: "I think I'll give up poker. I win one night and lose the next." Wifey: "Why don't you just play every other night?" Matter Of Taste Count: "I hear he drinks some- thing awful." Nocount: "Yeah, I tasted it." Buy through our Classified Ads. DINE AT P e t r e ' s END O'MAIN GRILL "Just Good Food" SUNDAY SPECIALS Delicious Fried Chicken With Hot Biscuits Tender, Juicy K. C. STEAKS 2102 BELLAIRE K.3-7945 OPEN EVERYDAY Week Days 6:30 A.M. to 10 P.M. SUNDAYS 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Dr. d. e. Taylor ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICES TO 2528 TIMES BOULEVARD IN THE VILLAGE (FORMERLY 3817 FANNIN) HOUSTON, TEXAS GENERAL DENTISTRY TELEPHONE K. 3-7333 Southampton Girl Is Married In Methodist Church Ceremony Of wide-spread interest to resi- dents of the Southwestern section was the marriage last week of Miss Bettye Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer A. Phillips of 2208 Wroxton in Southampton, to Armin Edsall Hess, son of Mrs. Alex...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Thursday, May 1, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 Rare Books- (Continued from Page 7) St. Augustine second only to the Bible itself. Story of Conversion The actual story, an autobiog- raphy of his conversion, tells of I how St. Augustine, walking in his I garden, heard the words, "Take and read," repeated over and over. Opening his Bible to the 13th chapter of Romans, St. Augustine read the words which directed him to the spread of the gospel. Bound in sheepskin, the book is in a re- markable state of preservation de- VILLAGE PICTURE FRAMING SHOPPE • ONE DAY SERVICE • Just Arrived! Mo t Complete Line Of Picture Moulding Scrap Books—Photo Books Greeting Cards—Inks Non-Fiction Books—Pencils Framed Pictures Off We Bronze Baby Shoes 5416 Morningside H. 4200 Between Rice & University Doctors Recommend Fresh Drugs Compounded Accurately For Your Prescriptions BEN LAWS PHARMACY 3644 University M. 2-2336 spite its age of approximately 250 years. Both of the above - mentioned Jjjooks were ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 1, 1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer ffice City Hall, 1 all bid bid deemed advantageou Church Members There are about 250,000 churches the country, affiliated with over 250 denominations, and they claim close to half the population as members FELLERS REG'LAR By Gene Byrnes You PONT THINK SHE'-S PUMB ENOU6H TO EAT TH' PO YA,' LOOK IT TH JWELL CANDY FOUND IN KEL-L-V'J" I M 60NNA PUT THAT WONT OO, PiNHEAP IT AIN'T 5TRICKLY SANITATLY Y'KNOVW BLAS1NGAME DRUG STORE GIRL- MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 HEV/ SEE ANVTHING OF A TWIN-ENGINE PLANE GOING DOWN? SEE ANYTHING JUST PASSED IT- FOUR-BURNER For A COMPLETE MEAL That Both Wholesome And Tasty Read and use limes Classified Ads for quick results. Local Women Will Visit Brazoria Orchid Garden Legal Notice APPLIANCE REPAIRS AND SALES ATTIC FAN SALES and INSTALLATION • LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR • SUPERIOR PROPERTY MAINTENANCE...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Thursday, May 1, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Truly Said Tom: "Pete, your wife's diction is perfect." Pete: "Yes, and so is her con- tradiction." 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 YOUR REPAIR WORK I Just As Important Aa ths Purchase of a New Instrument Houston Band House R. E. (BOB) SENAY Our Expert Repairmen are Specialists in Rebuilding and Repairing of AIF Work Moderately Priced and Guaranteed • Clean shearing, easy run- ning on hill or level, this precision • built all • steel hand mower embodies all the Jacobsen "know-how" developed in 25 years of lawn mower manufacture. , ALLEN-COX LAWNMOWER CO. 1603 Richmond H. 8191 A tea honoring Betty Jane Drozda of 3125 Wroxton, June graduate of St. Agnes Academy, was given recently by Mary Ann Reynolds of 1901 Bolsover. Pas- tel colors were used throughout the reception rooms a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Page 16 • SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 1, 1947 Good Advice It has been said, "If you want to see ninety, don't look for it on your speedometer." Did You Know? The average person spends ap- proximately one year of his en- tire life doing nothing but answer- ing the door. 4 As a knife severs the rope, so doth a biting tongue cut the bonds of friendship. DR. J. G. EGANHOUS Practicing OPTOMETRY RUG & CARPET CLEANING CO. DOMESTIC AND ORIENTAL • CLEANING • REPAIRING • REWEAVING • STORING • BINDING • ALTERING TACKED DOWN CARPETS CLEANED ON THE FLOOR IN YOUR OWN HOME OR OFFICE 2619 Bissonnet S. M. Berian, Mgr. H. 6410 BATTERY RECHARGING YOUR CAR LEWIS L. COOK, AGENT HUMBLE STATION NT n men 6719 SO. MAIN L. 1687 MAKE YOUR CAR LOOK NEW AGAIN! LET US WAX and POLISH New Power Driven Polisher for Finer Gloss • ROAD SERVICE • for Mother . . . beautiful gifts . . . useful, too! Gifts for the spot closest to Moth- er's heart - home! See our exquisite gift wrapping for Mother's Dav. Houston ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Thursday, May 1, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 Heavy Copper User The electrical manufacturing in- dustry uses 50 to 60 per cent of all the copper mined in the United States. ★ No Buyers There is no sense in advertis- ing our troubles; there is abso- lutely no market for them. HOUSTON Seed Company Lee Earle Kaufman, Owner KENNEL CLUB DOG SHOW Coliseum Annex—May 6-7 Get your dog supplies here Flower and Vegetable Plants Live Painted Turtles and Canaries 6123 Kirby K. 3-4200 OUR POLICY We will continue to bring you nationally advertised brands at competitive low prices which you can afford. See Us for Your Favorite— WINES WHISKEY SCOTCH VILLAGE Package Store 2437 University L. 7100 Church Circle Sponsors Hat Parade Three beauteous models who will take part in the hat show to be held Tuesday are pictured above. They are, left to right, Jane Gwathmey of 1601 S. Shepherd, Evelyn Morel Bessell of 2358 Bolsover and Ginger McCray of 3611 Jarrard. The hat show is sponsored by the Society fo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 1, 1947 Il!< RAMBLING.... Attending the State Dental Con- vention in San Antonio last week were Dr. W. J. Schovcrling and Dr. Boulevard in Southampton. . . . Welcome to new home owners Mr and Mrs. E. C. Bragdon who havi both of 2338 Sunset I recently purchased the five-i LOOK IS YOUR HOME COMFORTABLE? DO YOUR WALLS SWEAT? DO YOUR DRAPES STAY FRESH? DO YOUR CLOTHES MILDEW IN CLOSETS? DO YOUR PILLOWS STAY FRESH AND FLUFFY? DO YOU HAVE MUSTY ODORS FROM DAMP CARPETS ON CONCRETE SLAB FLOOR? We Can Help These Conditions With WARM AIR ATTIC FURNACE All Air Completely Filtered FOR YOUR HOME AND HEALTH'S SAKE Call F. T. BOBBITT COMPANY M. 2-1732 Watch for < P. O. BOX 99, BELLAIRE, TEXAS home on Bellaire Blvd. at Sixth. *pcn 'TfCat&eKi 'Day GIVE HER RECORDS SHE WILL ENJOY POPULAR 1. Mam'selle 2. Bless You 3. Midnight Masquerade 4. Ole' Devil Moon ALBUM 1. Guy Lombardo 2. King Cole Quintet 3. Freddy Martin's Concertos 4. On the Moon Beam (Vaug...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 1 May 1947

Thursday, May 1, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 Character The manner in which a man wins life's battles shows some- thing of his character. The man- ner in which he loses shows all.— Artemus Calloway. TEEfl TALK By GAY SANDERS ENRICH YOUR SOIL Sandy loam top soil, fertilizer and cotton boll mold. Guaranteed Yardage 2708 Bissonnet M. 2-5233 | ... Those who didn't attend ! the San Jacinto Spring Festival really missed a good time last Friday night. It started at five o'clock with a boxing match in the gym. Then all the concessions were open, with hot dogs, and CRENSHAW'S BICYCLES LAWN RENTED MOWERS SHARP- REPAIRED ENED 2007 Bellaire Blvd. L. 8387 - Mine* nunco" oi*• C..MM P#S Sa< one of the fifty-•** eotin9 ,\oce „ y* 010 C0U090lnn HOME OF THE FINEST STEAK AND BIG BAKED POTATO 6545 MAIN ST Closed Tuesdays I 6484 c,ipi^naA Ladies...these sparkling, shining, gleaming kitchenwares will bring a bit of Spring into your kitchen .. . and the thrifty values will make your pocket book feel...

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

Page 20 southwestern times Thursday, May 1, 1947 CREAM CHEESE IPECULS THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY BLUE BONNET OLEOMARGARINE CHERRY—GRAPE—STRAWBERRY—BLACKBERY—CURRANT CRABAPPLE—RASPBERRY REL PORE JELLY Lb. Jar Visit Our Barbecue Bar DELICIOUS PIT COOKED AA BARBECUE " 99° Chopped BARBECUE Sandwiches 15c ^ FLAVOR IS THE PROOF §^,£Quauty^ DECKER'S IOWANA H BACON «59' CHOICE BEEF A A Short Ribs-33' FRESH GULF TROUT or RED GULF m g* FISH - 49' BABY BEEF Square Cut SHoulcUr an A ROAST ' 53' BABY BEEF f t\l CLUB CHOPS - 59' iiBrrniwnHTTTnii ( TEXAS JUICY f) ORANGES 2 DOZ. ! NICE SIZE PASCAL ft CELERY 2 -35° FIRM WINESAP Apples DOZ 33° NEW CROP No. 1 ^ New Potatoes 3 lbs 33c PIES 59' FRESH STRAWBERRY sSSR CAKE 79c APPLE SAUCE CAKE 29' WITH POPPY SEEDS FRENCH OQc rolls D01 i-0 R0YAL 4 r PUDDING 2- 13c ELMER'S CHEEWEES 39° Freih Frozen Crushed Pineapple 16 OZ. OOa box £0C Honor Brand Broccoli 10 OZ. OOa BOX l"C Honor Brand CUT & TIPS Asparagus 1°: 35c Honor Brand Cauliflower 10 oz. box LIC V-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 May 1947

50UTHWE5TER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. 30UTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 3—Number 33 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 8, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Girls' Chorus To Entertain W. University P.-T.A. I ' A -V | Gathered around the piano for a bit of vocalizing are these members of the girl's chorus of Pershing Junior High School. The girls are rehearsing for a program which the pupils will present for the West University Parent-Teacher Association meeting Tuesday. Left to right are Mae Ann Phillips, Helen Schambera, Betty Duke, Doral Patrick, Betty Parish, Shirly Meisner, Barbara Madden, Mrs. A. Karl Smith (seated at the piano), school music director; Aleah Watson, Jean Franklin, Pat Baldwin, Dolores Rogers, Helen McKay, Pat Fenoglio, Barbara Byargeon and Pat Jolly. -Photo by Ottis Suhl Installation To Be Featured At Final Meeting Of Season An outstanding and unusual pro- gram was being prepar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 May 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 8, 1947 SDUTHWE5TER West University Gvic Club Launches Drive To Buy Two-Way Radios For Firemen, Police 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 Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Poit Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription $1.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 6, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 8, 1947 Portrait Of A Mother Mothers need no monuments of stone. They live forever in human hearts. A mother guiding toddling steps to the little white church; A mother whose hand in the dark of night gave courage against all fears; A mother reading tales of Knights in gleaming armour to a breath...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 May 1947

Thursday, May 8, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 • • R/ V fcl ii . • « • • • • Students Plan Home Now Under Construction In Bellaire Seven-Room House Of Original Design Is Nearing Completion Education is a wonderful thing, agree two young architectural students from the University of Houston and Rice Institute—for within a few weeks of completion is a seven-room home in Bellaire, the plans for which were drawn by the students. The architects are Miss Jetta Schumacher, 19, a student at Rice, and Don S. Willhelm of 5303 Old Richmond Road, student at the University of Houston. Don's father, W. L. Willhelm, is build- ing the home. Encouraged by Mr. Willhelm, Pictures above are the perspective and floor plans for the $20,000 home designed by Miss Jetta Schu- macher and Don S. Willhelm, students at Rice Insti tute and the University of Houston, respectively. The architectural students planned the home with the en couragement of Don's father, W. L. Willhelm, builder. The plans represent a p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 May 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 8, 1947 Mrs. Painter To Address Braeswood Gardeners A garden talk on preparations for summer by Mrs. J. W. Painter will feature the regular meeting of the Braeswood Garden Club Tuesday at 10 a. m. Hostess for the meeting will be Mrs. Roy B. Morse of 2309 Blue- bonnet. Co-hostess is Mrs. E. A. Fretz. A musical program by Mrs. Morse will also be presented, Mrs. J. W. Luker, president, said. £ Buy not what you want, but what you need; what you don't need is dear at a cent.—Benjamin Franklin. ONE DAY SERVICE Village Picture Framing Shoppe ONE DAY SERVICE FRAMES REPAIRED - GLASS REPLACED EXPERT WORKMANSHIP ON ALL FRAMES Over 165 Designs of Picture Moulding 5416 MORNINGSIDE H. 4200 CRENSHAW'S LAWN MOWERS RENTED SHARP- ENED REPAIRED 2007 Bellaire Blvd. L. 8387 St. Mark's Church To Crown 'Queen Of May' Saturday Afternoon St.- Mark's Episcopal Church, 3816 Bellaire Boulevard, will pre- sent a May Fete Pageant Satur- | day at 5 p. m. at the church. Un- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 May 1947

Thursday, May 8, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 6 • • •1 • Opening, RECORD CENTER No. 2 Sotuidcuf, TfCay Wt& IN THE RICE BOULEVARD SHOPPING CENTER 2516 RICE BLVD. WE BELIEVE OUR NEW STORE IS THE MOST MODERN IN THE ENTIRE SOUTH YOU ARE INVITED TO COME SEE FOR YOURSELF APPRECIATION OFFER IN ORDER TO SHOW OUR GRATITUDE TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS SECTION FOR MAKING IT POSSIBLE FOR US TO OPEN THIS NEW STORE WE WILL GIVE— FOR A LIMITED TIME—May 10 Thru MAY 17th 10 OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF ANY RADIO-PORTABLE OR RADIO-COMBINATION IN RECORDS OF YOUR CHOICE <*bdiTs e°ffer: , "■Kwinc ITEl^HoNe. """WlUn., pHoaIE ■ FOR EXAMPLE. IF YOU SHOULD BUY ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWING RADIOS ULTRA TONE PORTABLE for $40.30 YOUR APPRECIATION GIFT IN RECORDS WOULD BE $4.03 PHILCO 1201 for $79.95 YOUR APPRECIATION GIFT IN RECORDS WOULD BE $8.00 STROMBERG-CARLSON NEW WORLD. .$495.00 YOUR APPRECIATION GIFT IN RECORDS WOULD BE $49.00 This Offer Good at Both Record Center Stores Authorized Dealer for: STROMBERG - CARL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 May 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 8, 1947 Mrs.W.A. Mclntyre Will Entertain Garden Arts Club The home of Mrs. W. A. Mc- lntyre of Brenham, Texas, will be Give Your Party, Dance Reception or Tea In LAURA DORMAN'S DANCING STUDIO 2527 Rice Blvd. L. 6004 the scene next Wednesday of the final meeting of the season for members of the Garden Arts Club. The meeting will be in the form of a picnic and will feature the in- stallation of officers for the com- ing year. Prior to moving to Brenham a short time ago, Mrs. Mclntyre was president of the Garden Arts Club. She formerly lived at 2301 Robin- hood in Southampton. Extravagant words words.—Webster. weak \ NUGGETT WHOLE APRICOTS No. 2Va CAN LIBBY'S Sour Pickles PUREX «. 21° PICT-SWEET PEAS 19' jjdtkzte Vat/ n*T T^ Till p Upton's it ; tea « CORTEZ TUNA CAN 39° DREFT Large Pkg. CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP CAN BAMA BLACKBERRY PRESERVES 16 Oz. OOc Jar 4^4^ MONARCH a TOMATO JUICE 2 No. 2 o O r Cans A O Bellaire Volunteer Firemen Purchase City Eq...

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