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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Thursday, July 10, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Trekking to Harlingen, Texas, over the Fourth of July holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Hill and children of 2918 Albans. They visited Mrs. Hill's parents. A guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cox of 4119 Byron is Mrs. C. E. Turner of the State of Washington. Mrs. Edwin W. Albright and children of 4902 Linden in Bellaire left Monday for Findlay, Ohio, where they will visit her mother. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mueller of 2122 Dun- stan in Southampton were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Eckman and daughter, Ann, of Yoakum, Texas, former residents of West University Place. You'll always find up-to-the- minute fashions at reasonable prices at iouiro" Entertaining today with a party is Mrs. George A. Carter of 3747 Harper in Southside Place in honor of Mrs. J. L. Smothers of El Paso, a former resident of Bellaire, Mrs. L. T. Nierth, who has returned from California to make her home here and Mrs. C. E. Turner, a visitor fro...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 10, 1947 Most Vacationists Take Up Police Offer To Guard Homes Vacationing residents of West University almost unanimously are taking advantage of the city's va- cation police protection, a survey disclosed this week. The service consists of a daily check of homes by the West University police force while the owners are away on vacation. Chief of Police Harold E. Shipp stated that his officers are check- ing approximately 50 homes each day with that average expected to be maintained throughout the summer. Results of the service have been perfect up to this time, Chief Shipp said, with not a single bur- glary reported in empty homes. Busy as the police are in this capacity, they still manage to work on other details. Two cars, stolen in Houston recently, were recov- ered by West University officers within the past week, the chief said. An Apt Sign The window of a store which went bankrupt after only a few weeks of business carried the fol- lo...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Thursday, July 10, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 Southside Carnival Draws Large Crowd As July 4 Attraction A capacity crowd from South- side Place and other residents of the Southwestern section Friday attended the Fourth of July water carnival sponsored by the South- side Park Association and held in the Southside pool. Results of the swimming; meet were as follows: Boys' 25-yard swim, Buddy Voelkel first, Billy Brenner second; boys' over 12 25- yard swim, Eugene Kelley first, Larry Graham second; boys' 10 and under 25-yard swim, Ralph Gross first, Jim Peters second- boys' 50-yard swim, Buddy Voelkel first, Buddy Plumb second: boys' over 12 50-yard swim, Bob Church first; Larry Graham second. In the girls' division, Priscilla Berger won the small girls' cross- pool race with Susan Twyman sec ond. Joannes Berger won the girls' 25-yard swim with Patsy Plumb second. The diving events were won by Billy Eckert, Eugene Kelley and Bobby Wilson. Second places went to Buddy Voelkel, Eddie...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 10, 1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer wsll, here's THE COOKIE fi; :JD|dyDU GET IT CLEAN 1 if you re" smart; you'll look unde*. the rug. By Gene Byrnes REG'LAR FELLERS what's th' idea of th' shovel'. . r/. we're goin' to r.\g^ th' beach for. * A SWIM ! i kmow A OOLLAR FOR A BATHHOUSE? THA'S MUROER. i maoe this oh,l GET it; ^ou va/anna pl ay int „ SAND.'^STVLL. ? ( a baby ONEY BIG ENOUGH th' shovel BATTdits^^O^K AN GO DIG- WHAT LAFF/ 1 THOUGHT' (£tn to let ♦a?® PER PERSON By Bud Fisher MUTT AND JEFF I'M SORRY-- I'M A TREE surgeon- 1 don't bother. with limbs like foot -t yea; think i 3otrierih'] better have a you AGAIN, how much further? fc>OC, ID like vou to look at my foot.1 only a few more blocks! follow me! say i know yeh,thanks, well— i'll see ya later, mutt! WHERE THERE jeff! DOCTOR LOOK A SURGEON who might mutt? at it HELP You.' yours D OCX Knowledge is a small oasis in There's a big gap between ad- Teen Talk-- the great desert of the unk...

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

Thursday, July 10,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 Spreading Irate Diner—Waiter, there's a twig in my soup. Waiter—I'm not surprised, sir. We've branches all over the city. That's All Nervous Lady (as large bird flies over ship)—Oh, captain, is that an omen? Captain—Nope, sea gull. Expert Repair Work VACUUM CLEANERS, TOASTERS, LAMPS, WASHING MACHINES, IRONS and FANS Floor Polisher Rentals—50c a Day There Is No "Equal" For A Genuine Pftrt G. I. JACKSON APPLIANCE REPAIR SERVICE 3833 Browning M. 2-2205 Houston's Leading Designers of Hair Fashions Specializing in Hair Stylng and Permanent Waving &tcccemc6 ^eautcf S<zla*t 1727 BISSONNET * K. 3-3609 YEAR 'ROUND AIR-CONDITIONING SALE BLOUSES Values to $7.50 $2. $3. $4. SHORTS Values to $3.50 si. S2. BRA-SHORTS and Jacket Sets Values to $13.90 PLAYSUITS AND SKIRTS Values to $16.50 $4. $8. 10. DRESSES Values to $19.95 $4. $8. $10. $12. SLACK SUITS Values to $18.50 *6. $10. $14. SLACKS Values to $7.50 $4. $6. SKIRTS Values to $7.95 $3. ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 July 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 10, 1947 ^f^oouce paw paw pure concord GRAPE quart OQc JUICE BOTTLE fluffy sunshine CAKE 79%^0 pascal ^ ^ r a large ^ ut Celery — 19 california ft g* mf p CARROTS/*-15c bama pure blackberry Preserves;; 27= cherry — pineapple — chocolate m m „ Boston Cream Pies rio star fresh blackeye PEAS 2 s-29' kobey's shoestring POTATOES.- r% big J/C J No. av4 J 1 £m cans v ■ spicy delicious a squares o cf Ginger Bread u for california—juicy sweet Oranges 2 ™37c apple sauce CupCakes™*29c FRENCH PASTRIES Napoleons 15c Eclairs 10c Cream Puffs ... .10c Butter Creams . 15c small, tender—green gm mm « Okra2° 15c rich light FINGER 1 Qc ROLLS doz AXJ GET HBP TO SPECIA VALUES For SUMMER MEALS i THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY,,®,, meadowlake—colored OLEOc™ 43' grande taste brand corned beef HASH -19 wet pack Shrimps siefer's chocolate Syrup 10 texas standard TOMATOESQCl 3 No. 2 Cans" " planter's chocolate covered op! N U T s 25' sunny day jm Pimiento4- 0 6 BE SURE TO ...

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

SDUTHWE5TER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE. BELL.AIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA c Official Publication for the Cities of West University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place ) Volume 3—Number 43 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JULY 17, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year <9 1 ■'# (B f3 <0 Robert Levy Elected New President Of Village Merchants The Village Association, a group of merchants who have pledged themselves to building the popu- lar Village shopping center into an even more successful business community, unanimously elected Robert Levy to head the organiza- ROBERT LEVY tion at Friday's meeting. Mr. Levy is the owner of Robert's. Other officers wholeheartedly put into office without a dissenting vote are William Keenan of Kee- nan Furniture, vice president, and Hugh L. Whiteside, a vice presi- dent of the University State Bank, secretary and treasurer. The officers elected were the slate submitted by t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 July 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 17, 1947 5DUTHWE5TER Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area (Official Publication for the Cities of West University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place) IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Managing Editor BILL WAGNER Reporter and Feature Editor V. C. J. NEWTON 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 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JULY 17, 1947 Where Do We Stand On Paving? The No. 1 headache for residents of this section recently has been, without a doubt, paving problems. Throughout the war years everyone tolerated poor streets along with other privations and looked hopefully ahead to post-war days. But it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 July 1947

mm . -;l_, J Thursday, July 17, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 I | I JANEY'S JOTTINGS- JANEY JONES But nobody saw rolling pins! |late at night, while you are decor- Saucers they saw flying through j ously at home early fixing the eve- I p"' Milwaukee to live the air! Dinner plates, pie pans, I ning meal and waiting for the tjnglia] discs, balloons, confetti! But most- afternoon paper. ly saucers and other crockery. The kind of things people throw at other people when they get mad and have tantrums and impulses. Some couple, somewhere, was real- ly having a brawl! Yet nobody saw rolling pins! Grandma would know just what to do for these people who see things flying through the air. "Worst case of biliousness I ever heard of in my livin' born days!" she would scold. "Usually it's just specks and spots they see before their eyes, but all these dishes or balloons or meteors . . . ! Sounds like an uncommon bad case of biliousness ..." And she'd fix them a dose of bile salts they'd foreve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 July 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 17, 1947 Local Resident Hears Of Father's Death Abroad Norman McArthur of 3114 Tan- gley Road in West University, last week received word by cable of the death of his father, William Gor- don McArthijr of Edinburgh, Scot- land, on July 8. Mr. McArthur, the son, is on the Visit DAVIDSON'S for DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH PAINTS and GARDEN SUPPLIES. BELLA1RE at staff of the British consulate in Houston and has resided in the Houston area for the past 20 years. Surveys reveal that reading classified ads is a popular pastime. Our thousands of readers prove that Times classified ads are no different. Call Keystone 3-5566 to place yours. Anger is the wind which blows out the lamp of the mind. + Put off thy cares with thy clothes; so shall thy r strengthen thy labor and so shall thy labor strengthen thy rest. Houston Band House R. E. (Bob) Senay EXPERT REPAIRING 812 McKinney F. 7761 THE TWINS by- E.O.WJLLIS & SON r UJhat's the u$i of knocking...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 July 1947

Thursday, July 17, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Patty Ruth Jennings Names Bridal Party Miss Patty Ruth Jennings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ft. B| Jennings of 3514 Georgetown, and Douglas B. Byrne are announcing attendants for their wedding which will be solemnized tomor- row in the West University Meth- odist Church. Miss Avis Franke of Kilgore, Texas, will be the honor at- tendant and Miss Dorothy E. Bradberry of Kilgore, Miss Betty Junkin and Miss Carol Schapper will be bridesmaids. Best man will be Gordon Davis. Groomsmen will be Tony Kluppel, E. N. Wilcox and Bob Boelsche. J. G. Irwin, Jr. and William Wool- ridge will usher. ★ Bellaire Lions To Have Army Air Force Program In observance of the 40th an- niversary of the founding of the Army Air Forces, the Bellaire Lions Club will have two Army officers as guest speakers at the first regular meeting of the club for its new year Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the Plaza Hotel. The arrangements for the offi- cers to be present were made b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 July 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 17, 1947 Grant Webster Attends Presbyterian Conclave Grant Webster of 4916 Linden left Tuesday for Montreat, North Carolina where he will attend a national convention of the men of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Webster, who will represent the Bellaire Presbyterian Church, is expected back next Tuesday. The conference will last three days. New Camera A miniature camera for detec- tives, built to resemble a metal matchbox, is the subject of a re- cent patent. The lens assembly is sunk into the body of the camera, and its aperture concealed, except at times of actual use, by a slide. Sentiment is intellectualized emotion, emotion precipitated, as it were, in pretty crystals by the fancy.—Lowell. Bill's Imported and Domestic WHISKEY ♦ BRANDY ♦ RUM WINES ♦ CHAMPAGNE You can always depend on BILL'S PACKAGE STORE 2422 Rice Blvd. Jackson 2-2827 V>;- • .-TV. • T Bellaire Firemen Give Truck To City v. ' : w Volunteer firemen and members of the Bellai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 July 1947

Thursday, July 17, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 in ru MB! * HERE IS THE STORE DOING IT No Deliveries Please— But The Best Prices WF '' No Charge Accounts— But The Best Prices 8380 SOUTH MAIN-INTERSECTION WITHO.S.T. ^ (2 BLOCKS SOUTH PRINCE'S DRIVE-IN) REAL BUYS TO COMMAND ■ RUM Dillinger Brand, Pints Only 00 PINTS $24.00 ASSORTED LIQUEURS APRICOT PEACH Do Not Confute with Cheaper Porto Rican Rum. This rum formerly sold for 2.65 PER PINT There Is No Finer On the Market! formerly sold for Pints BLACKBERRY "Proof MINT GIN PLENTY IN STOCK CANADIAN CLUB 90.4 Proof FIFTHS SCHENLEY'S OLD RIPY 95 5 Years Old—100 Proof Case of 12 Fifths—59.40 Bottled in Bond GORDON'S GIN GILBEY'S GIN KINSEY'S GIN 4.4 Proo< FLEISHMAN'S GIN 90Proo< pifth 2.99 94.4 Proof 90 Proof FIFTHS PINTS CREAM OF KENTUCKYOLDTROMPSON IMPERIAL - PAUL JONES 3.29 1.99 14% DRY, RED, CALIFORNIA WINE 19 APPLE Wl N E 14% AMERICAN ROSE 19 WHITE HORSE™™5.59 CASE 12 FIFTHS—68.28 86 Proof HAIG & HAIG F.fth5.69 CASE 12 FIFT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 July 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 17, 1947 t Bellaire Young People To Close Conference With Service Tomorrow A communion and dedication service will terminate a week of study and fellowship tomorrow at 8 p. m. for the young people of the Bellaire Presbyterian Church. Four outstanding young people of Texas composing the Presby- terain Synod's Youth Caravan have led in the week's program of Conferences, fellowship and study which has been attended by a large group from the young peo- ple's department of the church. All members and friends of the church are invited to attend the closing services tomorrow. Anyone Knows That African hunter: "While wan- dering around a native village I spotted a leopard." Girl: "Don't be silly. They grow that way." TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY 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 TRANS- PLASTIC A r...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 July 1947

Thursday, July 17, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 YOUR COMMUNITY BANK extends a cordial invitation to all residents, both new and old, to make use of its facilities. The University State Bank is conveniently located in The Village, and offers complete banking services, such ^ as checking accounts; savings accounts; safety deposit boxes; trav- elers checks; a loan department covering commercial, real estate, appliance and automobile loans; drive-in deposit window, etc. Come in today and meet these friendly officers of your Community Bank. W V,'C*-fVe.£4S£V These officers of the University State Bank are your friends and neighbors. They value your friendship and are always ready to serve you in a helpful way. Feel free to discuss YOUR banking needs with them—after all, they're "home folks," just like you. DIRECTORS Wm. M. Dickey John S. Dunn A. J. Eastham Wm. G. Farrington M. M. Feld L. Goldston DIRECTORS W. L. Goldston E. J. Gracey Homer E. Ley Wendel D. Ley L. H. Williams 6135 KIRBY...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 July 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 17, 1947 Legion Members Will Discuss Final Plans For Installation Final plans for the installation of officers will be made at 8 o'clock tonight at the regular meet- ing of the John li. Burkett Post 77 of the American Legion in the post home at 5505 Kelvin Drive. • Major Henry Schumacher, vice commander and commander-elect, Fuller Brushes University, Southside, Braerwood and Braes Heights J. ARTHUR BROWN F. 0040 J. 2-2170 will preside over the meeting in the absence of Grady Smith, com- mander. The installation will be held at the group's first regular meeting in August. The building committee of the post met Tuesday night in an ef- fort to push plans for the pro- posed addition to the Legion build- ing. The new construction will in- clude a room for the women's aux- iliary meetings, a kitchen, canteen and a large assembly room. He Told Her A ruffled school teacher de- manded of a bright-eyed ten-year- old how long he had studied his poorly-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 July 1947

Thursday, July 17, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Sunday School Of Faith Lutheran Sees Membership Growth The Sunday School teachers of Faith Lutheran Church will meet today at 8 p. m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Holle of 4412 Wendell in Bellaire to make plans for the anticipated growth of the Sunday School from children and families living in Bellaire who are *7 .., 'ZOecUUttgA Will take care of all de- tails for the ceremony, rehearsal and reception. WE ALSO TAKE CARE of TEAS and RECITALS PHONE OUR COUNSELOR K. 3-0784 not now attending Sunday School services, it was announced this week by Rev. R. L. Miesel, church pastor. Faith Lutheran Sunday School has been serving Bellaire for over a year and an increase in the teaching staff is anticipated. Sun- day School will be continued throughout the summer months, according to W. H. Gips, superin- tendent. The Sunday School is temporar- ily meeting in the Varsity Room of Ye Old College Inn, G545 S. Main. The church is marking its ...

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

Page 12 Bellaire Presbyterians To Discuss New Manse At Special Meet Sunday All members of the Bellaire Presbyterian Church have been urged to attend an important meeting Sunday following the reg- ular church services. Called by the officers of the church, the meeting SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 17, 1947 bility of the purchase of a new church manse. The officers also announced that the church's expansion program will be resumed as plans will soon be prepared for the erection of the last unit of the educational build- ings. of any dog taken up under this Section, the dog has no symptoms of rabies, it may be delivered ujKin the LEGAL NOTICE A Times classified ad is a good is being held to discuss the possi- buy. Reasonable, too. Cimo's 12.50 CREAM WAVE Complete with Hair Styling «^XDU For Appointment Phone H. 3940 AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT In The Village 2417 RICE BLVD. ORDINANCE No. S7 AN ORDINANCE REGULATING DOGS WITHIN THE CITY OF BELLAIRE, COUNCIL OK THE CITY OF BEL,- ...

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

Thursday, July 17, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 • • • • • • • • • • • • « • « • • • Let's Get Acquainted They call him "Fritz" and he likes it a lot better than the for- mal Herbert Louis Friedrich, so we'll just do likewise as we intro- duce to you one of our outstanding Southgate residents. He's a very busy man, but then most of the people who get things done are that sort. Most of our contacts w^ith Fritz have been through his work with cubbing and scouting. He really puts his heart into this activity, both as cubmaster of Cub Scout Pack 344, sponsored by the Rob- erts School Dads Club, and as a leader in Boy Scout Troop 344. Other work along the same line includes membership in the Cub Planning Committee of the Sam Houston Area Council and on the Cub Scout Leaders Training Staff. Fritz was born in Lexington, Texas, on August 8, 1899. He served in World War I and then received his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Texas in 1922. Anothe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 July 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, July 17, 1947 Vernon Gresham Becomes New Agency Associate The Grobe-Gardner Insurance Agency, recently moved from the First National Bank Building to 719 Chelsea, has announced the appointment of Vernon B. Gres- ham of 2609 Talbot as associate. The agency heads, all of whom live in the Southwestern section, include H. R. Grobe of 2429 Wordsworth, and 0. C. Gardner of 4136 Oberlin. Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not—nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. — Calvin Coolidge. CLEARANCE ALL SPORTSWEAR REDUCED PLAYSUITS Values to 19.95 $10 Values to 13.95 BATHING SUITS DRASTICALLY REDUCED! SHORTS values to 7.95 $3 MATERNITY DRESS CLEARANCE All summer maternities priced for quick clearance ! Seersucker Suits ; Rayon and Cotton dresses, playsuits ONE PRICE $10 Shop early for the best selections (fyuncb @cUe*tcla'i BELLAIRE BAPTIST 4820 Locust F. A. Tippen, Pastor Sunday School . . . 9:45 a. m. Morni...

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