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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Thursday June 12, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Bellaire Church To Hold Vacation Bible School The Bellaire Presbyterian Church will conduct a vacation Bible School beginning June 23 and con- tinuing through July 3, it was an- nounced this week by Rev. Edwin W. Albright, pastor. Hours for the classes will be from 9 a. m. to 11:45 a. m. Monday through Friday. Youngsters from four to 14 are invited to attend the classes which will be featured by moving pic- tures. ★ After you've had children of your own you wonder how your parents could have been so patient. COMPTON'S PICTURED ENCYCLOPEDIA Serving West University and Southside Vacuum Geaners, Mix-Masters, Fans, Lamps and other elec- trical appliances repaired. HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP 6111 KIRBY NEAR RICE BLVD. • Socially, and in business, your appear- ance is extremely important. You'll find it pays to use Shinola. Shinola's combina- tion of oily waxes helps hold in and re- plenish the normal oils in leather—helps maintain flexibility. Th...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 12, 1947 Placed Him A distinguished visitor at a lunatic asylum went to the tele- phone and found difficulty in get- ting his connection. Exasperated, he shouted to the operator: "Look here, girl, do you know who I am?" "No," came back the calm re- ply, "but I know where you are." FULLER BRUSHES UNIVERSITY PLACE NORTH OF UNIVERSITY BLVD. BRISTLE COMB W. S. SMITH BRISTLE COMB Regular $3.25 PHONE F. 0400 Deluxe $4.25 |nii!iiiit!iiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiii Glamorous WEDDING GIFTS | Direct from HOLLYWOOD [ Gifts that cxcitc the imagination. | Lovely La Mirada Pottery, novelty | pottery, coppervvare and hand-made s glassware. And so reasonable. Use | our gift wrapping service. 1 ALBA for FLOWERS I 2512 RICE BOULEVARD | Phone H. 6633—Evenings M. 2-6832 or M. 2-6820 '.iitiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiDi...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Thursday June 12, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 Southside Officials Will Fete County Group Mayor E. F. Kachtick and members of the Southside Place city council will be hosts tonight to the regular meeting of the Har- ris County Mayors and Council- men's Association. The meeting will be held at the Tepee Inn, 9100 S. Main. Discussion at the meeting will include plans for a county-wide drainage project to be coordinated with state and federal workings. SEE OUR MOVIE RENTAL LIBRARY Open Till 9 Thursday wioro coupj N v COMBINATIONS GILLESPIE RADIO SERVICE PICK-UP and DELIVERY • WORK GUARANTEED • Let's Get Acquainted Hobbies develop into a business every once in a while but not in quite the way it happened in this 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 MORNING SIDE H. 4200 BOOKKEEPING — TAX SERVICE Daily — Weekly — Monthly Harry Yonkers Company PETERSON PH...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

fage 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 12, 1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer By Gene Byrne* REG LAR FELLERS ~LSlS3&®-d6 SHWAV arry m By Bud FUher MUTT AND JEFF DoNT BE SO RUDE! yoO'LL EMBARRASS THE YoUNG MAN SH-H, HE'S GOING TO PROPOS WAIT, MUTT, WE WHATS THE NO. WE MUSTNT WHY SHOULD I? _ LISTEN—OUST I NOBODY WHISTLED*. * . WHISTLE Tg^WARN ME.' WARN JAN'T DISTURB THAT I DIFFERENCE? VCUNG ROMANTIC / WE GOTTA NOBODY STAND COUP ' WALK THROUGH! GAVE ME THE STORM WARNING "So you met your wife at a dance, did you? Gosh, that must have been romantic." "Naw, embarrassing. I thought she was home taking care of the kids." COMPTON'S PICTURED ENCYCLOPEDIA Serving Bellaire MRS. JOHN R. ALLEN M. 2-2739 Miss Mary Jo McGinnis Weds Naval Officer In First Presbyterian Church Ceremony Of widespread interest to resi- dents of the Southwest section was the marriage Saturday of Miss Mary Jo McGinnis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Daniel Mc- Ginnis of 3111 Plumb, to Ensign Kent William Hayes, son of ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Thursday June 12, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 WUP Civic Club To Exhibit Two-Way Radios Obtained Through Recent City-Wide Drive Residents of West University to- night will have an opportunity to inspect the two-way radio systems which their contributions recently purchased for the West University zhoto compant volunteer firemen. W. C. Busc- hardt, Jr., president of the West University Civic Club, sponsors of the drive for contributions, stated that the equipment will be on hand in the Community House tonight during the regular meeting of the civic club. The public is invited to attend the meeting at 8 p. m. The cost of the radio equipment, $1757, was oversubscribed nearly double by generous residents of the city during the door-to-door can- Village Radio & Fixit Shop 2504 UNIVERSITY BLVD. Radios repaired on a money back guarantee. Clocks, lawnmowers, etc., repaired. Eye glasses fitted by appointment at 2504 Univer- sity and 3921 Amherst. Sun shades for sale. For PERMANENTS wi...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 June 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 12, 1947 Ian a VjTcnie v Super Values for Thursday, Friday, Saturday flotill h| APRICOTS 15c large washington a BingCherries-291 california sunkist a a JUICY ORANGESZuu c SMALL SIZE GREEN A Cucumbers z-9' california tender 4* gM mm CARROTS 2"15( STAR KIST—Solid Pack TUNA" 39' gold coast Pure Peach iT 1 n Preserves" 13 C maxwell house j ^ Coffee ' 41 isteurized 0^ Cheese-21 kraft pasteurized American orVelveeta wax paper CUT-RITE™ 16 CHERRY SALE! K CHERRIES tJ 29c CHERRIES £* 29c PIE CHERRIES?:: 29c Valicious decker's sliced LUNCHEON.. Vine Meat lb. 49' sliced american CHEESE " 49' rath's blackhawk Skinless Wieners lb. 39' p-b/A' That Makes the Mea/ beef mmm mbh ROLLED ROAST ■* >55c armour's star beef ROUND STEAK 69c finest quality beef SHORT RIDS as - 33c dressed fresh in our own plant Choicernurno Full C7C Quality ||\| £|\^ Dressed finest quality beef BAKE RY # "" 1 in , — ■' . ■ m kA*o< ft*t>' ttfunf* cr obi U'lftftcrt trntt] * (i...

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

SDUTHWESTER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE. BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 3—Number 39 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 19, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year St. Mark's Episcopal Church Plans Big Expansion Program Bellaire Celebrates Twenty-Ninth Birthday r The center of activities for Bellaire is the attractive City Hall building whicH'-wittr "some day, it is hoped, become the nucleus of a park and civic center. Bellaire, oldest city in the Southwestern section, will celebrate its 29th birthday Tuesday. During the past year the little city has more than doubled its population. The future holds bright promise for the thriving community. City Doubles And Redoubles Population With More Expansion Predicted For Future Twenty-nine years old and still growing! No statement could more aptly describe the city of Bellaire as it observes the 29th anniver- sary of its incorporation Tuesday. It was on June 24...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 19,1947 50UTHWE5TER 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 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 6, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 19, 1947 Remember Others When You Park Parking space in The Village is so much more ample than in downtown Houston that we are inclined to be careless about how we park, thereby cutting down the number of cars that can be accommodated. In front of our own office there is plenty of room for six cars in the head-in park-way. But on many occasions only three cars, carelessly par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Thursday, June 19,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 * w * • • 9 ' • Willhelm Buys Tract For 25 Additional Houses In Bellaire Residential construction in Bell- aire, already exceeding all past records, showed no signs of letting up following the announcement this week by W. L. Willhelm, building contractor, of plans for a resi- If YOU live between Kirby and Shepherd, Alabama ami Westheinier, University and Braes Heights, West of Auden and Bellaire For FULLER Brushes call G. T. BLAIR Will Deliver After 6 If Necessary F. 0400 (Home) H. 3531 dential development just west of the city along the Bellaire Boule- vard extension. Slated to be built on an 11-acre site, the tract will be divided into sites ranging from half an acre to a full acre and will accommodate some 25 homes. Most of the resi- dences will range in price from $8500 to $10,500 while others will cost up to $20,000, Mr. Willhelm said. Work will be launched this month, it was stated. The entire project will cost up- wards of $300...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 19,1947 Read and use Times Classified Ads for quick results. ANTS AND ROACHES TERMITE CONTROL RELIABLE BONDED SERVICE Telephone J. 2-4355 for Complete Information WEST UNIVERSITY PEST CONTROL BUDDY GLASS — VAL CARLSON — PAT GLASS, Own.™ West University Place Home Has New Owners J w This two-story early American brick and frame residence at 5314 Mercer in West University has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Holland for approximately $20,000. The house contains a large living room with real fireplace, screened porch, rock terraced patio off the living room, breakfast and dining rooms, kitchen and bath downstairs, three bedrooms and bath upstairs. The floors are covered from wall to wall with broadloom carpeting. A two-car garage includes servant's quarters. Mr. Holland is sales manager of the Southwestern division of the Armco Drainage and Metal Products, Inc. Ett OV^bSv * ^^00^JS KEYstone 3-7066 VlUAGE RECORD SHOP ACROSS FROA1 TH£ POST OFF...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Thursday, June 19, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Pasre 5 Bellaire Celebrates Birthday— (Continued from Page 1) time, the suit was to have far- reaching effects. Valuations Raised In an effort to secure additional tax revenue to add to heavily bur- dened municipal facilities due to rapid growth, the city council on October 7 raised tax valuations in the city 60 per cent. Late the same month, Bellaire residents began to speculate on the world wide importance of their city as Houston authorities proposed the construction of a $14,000,000 international airport on the edge of the city limits. Early in November the city gov- ernment proposed to the residents a $1,000,000 bond issue to be used for needed improvements within the city. Following the bond proposal, factions were organized both pro and anti-administration. The most vociferous of the organizations, the Citizens Committee for a Bet- ter Bellaire, attacked the fees paid to City Engineer J. B. Dannen- baum. The Bellaire Community Associ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 19,1947 Philosophy The best policy is calmly to take life as it comes, and to make the 1aest use of the gifts it brings, without permitting anyone or any- thing either to break your spirit or transport you with joy. Re- member, in the game of life you can't lose until you accept defeat. Look back over the trail of the years and observe the magic by which your failures of yesterday became your stepping stones of to- day. Queer, isn't it, how every- thing, somehow, DOES work out for the best? Fuller Brushes University, Southside, Braeswood and Braes Heights J. ARTHUR BROWN F. 0040 J. 2-2170 International Association„ Has Headquarters Here Quarter Horse Group, Headed By Huffington, Carries On Big Business One of the least known but most interesting activities, world-wide in scope, carried on in West Univers- ity is the registration of Quarter Horses which is conducted in the offices of J. M. Huffington at 6204 College. Mr. Huffington, a bronc bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Thursday, June 19, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Local Catholic Church Sponsors Bazaar Sunday The Holy Ghost Church will hold a bazaar at the Incarnate Word Convent, Old Richmond Road at Post Oak in Bellaire, Sunday from 3 to 9 p. m., it was announced this week. The public is invited. Refreshments will be served. The program will include games and there will be a fancy work booth. Rev. John C. Bauer of the Re- demptorist order is pastor. JAMEY'S JOTTINGS- Visit DAVIDSON'S for DRY GOODS. HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH PAINTS and GARDEN SUPPLIES. BELLAIRE RICHMC End of Bu. lt.Ll.AlKt at . . ,, . o RICHMOND M. 2-0143 ! NOSIN LAGE: Young man on the way up: A school boy, all scrubbed and combed and slicked up, making the rounds i of the shops, applying for a vaca- 1 tion job: Sweeping out, running i errands, burning trash, anything. Polite and nice and smiling; a fine j lad to be sure. Hope you landed a I good one, friend; they ought to j make you fifth vice-president first thing. Neighborhood Me...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 19, 1947 Southampton Resident Is Buried In Galveston Funeral services were held last week for Mrs. Ida Townes Lee, 86, of 2131 Bolsover in Southampton who died recently in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Chester B. Rhamy of Houston. Mrs. Lee had been a resident of the section for two years. In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Lee is survived by two sons, Robert L. Lee of Houston and S. Howard Lee of Baytown; a sister, Mrs. W. H. Robertson of Fort Worth; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Rev. Clyde J. Verheyden and Rev. Walter Messimer officiated at the funeral rites and burial was in Galveston Memorial Park. WILLIS SEAT COVERS Popularly Priced COME TO WILLIS MFG. CO. Addition Planned For Roberts School Bids Will Be Opened Today For $300,000 Expansion Program Bids from Houston contractors today will be opened by the Hous- ton School board for the proposed $300,000 additions to Roberts Ele- mentary School, Greenbriar and Swift, which ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Thursday, June 19,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Bond Election For Water District 12 Has Been Postponed The $925,000 bond election for property owners of Water Control and Improvement District No. 12, originally set for Saturday, has been postponed, according to J. L. Bryson, president of the district's board of directors. "The postponement is necessary to give the board of directors more time to study the question of the sanitary sewage system and make proper plans before submitting it to the people's vote," Mr. Bryson said. "The new election date will be announced later.' The bond issue has been intro- duced to obtain funds for construc- tion of water and sewage facilities in the district, which borders on Bellaire on the south, west and northwest. Fugitive Monkey Forgets Spree HUMPTY DUMPTY KINDERGARTEN 4002 Byron M. 2-2819 Children Ages 3 to 6 PICK-UP SERVICE the JifDGE scz Bellaire Church Group Returns From Kerrville Rev. Edwin W. Albright, pas- tor of the Bellaire Presbyterian...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 19,1947 $35,000 NINE BIG DAYS June 194 SAVINGS from 25^i — EVERY ITEM IN THE STORE GREA Our Stock Rooms and Warehouse MUST Be Cle Merchandise Arriving Daily. Now is the time to while you can buy at thes&v9n • WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES— ALL GIFTS 25% Off THE ITEMS BELOW ARE OFFERED AT WAS SALE PRICE Decorated Paper Wastebaskets 2.50 .50 Wooden Plate Hanger 40 .10 Sportsmen's Mottos 1.25 .39 Plastic Initial Napkin Holder 1.75 .79 Plastic Match Holder 1.00 .19 Plastic Napkin Clips and Place Markers. 1.00 - 1.50 .39 Pants Hangers 1.00 .39 Libby Crystal—Wines, Sherberts Goblets 80 each .25 each 500 What-Nots (pitchers, shoes, animals, etc.) 50 - 1.50 .10 & .25 Plastic Barbecue Plates 1.75 .75 Fluted Vases—Cranberry & Blue— 6 and 18-inch 1.75 & 3.50 60% off Walnut Base Ash Trays—Assorted Sizes 1.25 - 5.00 60% off Men's Fitted Cases 4.50 - 25.00 75% off Frosted High Ball Glasses 4.00 doz .10 each Chrome Trays 1.95 .50...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Thursday, June 19, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 CLEARANCE SALE! i9th thru June 28 to 75 Be ne DON'T FAIL TO COME TbY REDUCED IN PRICE — Cleared to Make Room for New to start Your Christmas Shopping . l§rgain Prices. :s— ALL SALES FINAL GIFT WRAPPING 25c DURING SALE AFTER SALE GIFT WRAPPING FREE ON PURCHASE OF $1.00 OR MORE NO REFUNDS • Off ALL OUR STANDARD FICTION, NON-FICTION AND JUVENILES INCLUDED, EXCEPT REPRINTS USED RENTAL BOOKS — THREE GROUPS 10c 25c 50c WATCH <*:* our WINDOWS • • FOR SUPER BARGAINS STATIONERY 25% Off ★ fijaayma * STATIONERY ITEM Regularl; ROME CREATIONS POSTSCRIPT NOTES SO THE WEEK-ENDER 50 ETCHING VOLUME 1.00 NORCROSS PINK CLOVER NOTES 1.00 WOLO DECORATED NOTES 1.00 OVERTURE NOTES 65 FREDART BORDERED NOTES 69 FLORAL NOTES 95 JUVENILE NOTES PINK ELEPHANTS 50 JUNIOR ARTIST 50 DONALD DUCK 59 BECKHARD RULED J5 COKE DATE 95 MONARCH LETTER (Whit.) 60 FOLDED LETTER (White) 60 FOLDED NOTE (White) 60 CALICO NOTE (Orange) 60 CALICO NOTE (Green) 60 RIK-RAK NOTE (...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 19,1947 Attendants Announced For Barber-Johle Rites Attendants have been announced for the wedding of Miss Betty Faye Barber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin E. Barber of 6006 An- napolis, to Charles Johle, Jr. The marriage will be solemnized at 8 Village Radio & Fixit Shop 2504 UNIVERSITY BLVD. 3921 AMHERST ST. FREE EYE EXAMINATION FOR CHILDREN of school age if accompanied by their parents. p. m. Friday in the West Univer- sity Baptist Church. Miss Shirley Barber will be maid of honor and Misses Ava Ruth Nelson and Lynelle Bowman will be bridesmaids. The groom will be attended by Kenneth Evans as best man and Bobby Martin and Joe Weaver as groomsmen. Lee Barlow and Cairl Joyner will be ushers and Eugene King will light the candles. The bride-elect was honoree at a coffee Saturday with Mrs. J. Carl Hartman, Jr. as hostess and party on Tuesday night given by Mrs. Ray Scott and Mrs. Grady Evans. SPECIAL FOUR DAYS ONLY! Monday June 23 thru ...

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

Thursday, June 19, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page IS Miss Voorhees Weds S. J. Roberts In Rice Temple Baptist Church Miss Beverly Voorhees, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Voorhees of 3811 Amherst, last week became the bride of S. J. Roberts, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Roberts of Stanford, Texas, in an impressive double ring ceremony solemnized at the Rice Temple Baptist Church. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white crepe afternoon length frock with three- quarter length sleeves. Her head- dress was of white illusion with large bow at the side. Her only ornaments were a set of diamond earrings which belonged to her grandmother and a single strand of pearls. She carried a satin i ered Bible overlaid with a white orchid. Rev. J. Vernon Wheeless per formed the ceremony before ai altar adorned with palms and two tall baskets of white gladioli. Ar- rangements of stock, carnations and fern completed the altar deco rations. The entire arrangement was flanked by gleaming ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 June 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, June 19, 1947 Use TIMES Classified Ads Notice to Property Owners Of This District at this location fi >erty. We have been >r over IS years and itory. 25 years in the Repaired, West University Place Building & Realty Co. Buffalo and Un srsity TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY Years of Experience and Scores of Satisfied Cus- tomers is Your Assurance of First-Class Work! 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 • Fred Miller Furniture Co. 310 Tuam Hadley 5434 THE TWINS by- E.O.WILLIS & SON W Hat's the differ once bctuiccft the Has his The aVcratfc girt.buttUV I dunnc! hi* TICK/ use, you have your 'pick' of service stations . . . but we'd certainly like for you to try E. O. WILLIS & SON. We promise you prompt, courteous attention . . . 30-minutc battery re-ch...

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