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

Thursday, November 13,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 Hechts Buy Braeswoocl Home GARAGE APARTMENT ^WANTED by Coordinating Group Proposes To Sponsor Series Of Lectures A spccial meeting for the pur- | pose of discussing a proposed ■ ture series has been called ■ members of the Coordina at 8 p. m. Monday in the Legion hall, 5505 Kelvin A Legion hall, 5505 Kelvin Drive in mrhc Village. j for th^serielTof lectures similar M to those sponsored last year by '(« the council. The previous lectures, which proved very popular with J residents of the section, were in wailing infant back and forth at one o'clock in the morning 1 CLASSIFIED c^r^r°r,^prn,,'o'k • HELP WANTED: BUTLER-GRIMES in ,?"hSE T«5,^rwp„K ™mPE,SY;,r S°X'°My20&: fcTsoAT,ON3 F0R MEN °r ff'Jir'ttS.! ««..on WEE MODERN SHOP Infants' and Children's Apparel BOYS TO 8 GIRLS TO 1 IBIG AND LITTLE SISTER SIZES 3-14 ITAFFETA DRESSES - $7.98 & $10.98 con™u.l!?''s at!ENm °n'i nD.ii|-' i •j PROVEN / RESULTS# 5DUTHWESTEI CLASSIFIED A...

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

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 13,1947 Mrs. J. C. Rebman To Fete After the regular meeting a Sunset Garden Members j shrub party will be given and a Mrs. J. C. Rebman of 3764 nursery will bring shrubs from Tangley will be hostess to the Sun- which members will select pur- set Terrace Garden Club Tuesday chases. Mrs. Fred Bogar of 375!) at 10 a. m. ! Tangley will be co-hostess. RUG & CARPET CLEANING CO. DOMESTIC and ORIENTAL • CLEANING • BINDING • ALTERING • REPAIRING • REWEAVING • STORING Tacked Down Carpets Cleaned on the Floor in Your Home or Office All Rugs Insured While in Our Care 2619 Bissonnet S. M. BER1AN, Mgr. H. 6410 MAY WE SUGGEST. . A LOVELY FLOWER ARRANGEMENT FOR THE THANKSGIVING TABLE ADDS SO MUCH TO THE HOLIDAY FES- TIVITIES. ORDER NOW. In The Village 2512 RICE BLVD CITY-WIDE DELIVERY Men's Club Of Church To Sponsor Minstrel November 20 And 21 An old fashioned minstrel show, complete with close harmony and corny jokes, is on the entertain- ment cale...

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

Thursday, November 13,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 21 1 !• And No Overtime, Either Bellaire Firemen End Busy Week With Burglary Investigation Busiest men these days are un- doubtedly the volunteer fire de- partment of the City of Bellaire who, when they're not fighting fires, are selling tickets to their annual firemen's dance scheduled for December 5 or canvassing the city in a drive to raise funds for the purchase of two-way radio equipment. And last week they even engaged in a hunt for a burg- lar. Called to the home of Frank Barber on Post Oak Road at 1:30 a.m. Friday morning, the firemen extinguished a slight blaze and were returning to the station when BELLAIRE CAFE For Good Food OPEN 5 A.M.—CLOSE 9 P.M. Breakfast Until 10:30 A. M. Plate Lunche.—10:30 to 2 P.M. Fish, Chickcn, Steaks, Barbecue and Cold Plates served from— 2 to 9 P.M. • COLD BEER • C. H. Nelius, Prop. M. 2-0182 ALL MAKES & MODELS • Prompt Service • Work Guaranteed • Pickup and Delivery • Free Estimates PHONE...

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

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 13,1947 REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrne JITTER By Arthur Pointer r^Trrnran: MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher WAS IT STOLEN? <300D TO [WHATEVER BECAME I SEE YOU. 60S! / OF THAT CUTE I HAVE A ^ KITTEN.'VOU \SMOKE' ' I HAD WHEN I WAS NO! DON T TELL ME WHY DoNT HOPE! SUE JES WHAT HAPPENED YOU KNOW? WAS DROWNED GROWED INTO OK POISONED AGAIN! A C AT .' HERE BEFORE? BOOKKEEPING - TAX SERVICE Daily — Weekly — Monthly Harry Yonkers Company MADISON 2-1760 Mrs. Jeff Smyth Is Flower Show Winner Of WUP Garden Club An award for presentation of the outstanding flower arrange- ment was made to Mrs. Jeff A. Smyth of 4019 Rice Boulevard by her fellow members of the West University Garden Club at a re- cent flower show and meeting of the group in the home of Mrs. E. L. Shawver of 2528 Dryden. rs. Smyth's arrangement was THANKS TO YOU WAGGIN' MANOR KENNELS Your Dog Is Our Business • • • Please accept our gratitude for the splendid reception you have given us since the ...

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

Thursday, November 13,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Gaskey and daughter, Joyce Elaine, of 4221 Coleridge and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kollaja and daughter, Dorothy Jeanne, of Ganado, Texas, are entertaining Sunday with a barbecue supper at Ganado for Adolph Hofner and his San An- tonians. The Ilofner band is well known on radio, screen and stage and has made many recordings. They will furnish the music for the dance at Hillje, Texas, which will follow the barbecue. Members of the Bluebell Chap- ter, Order of Eastern Star, were honored last week with a coffee in the home of Mrs. Mason Warren of 2320 Goldsmith in Southgate. Dr. and Mrs. George C. Farrish of 3435 Bellaire Boulevard have returned from a visit to the Far- rish Plantation near Greenwood, Mississippi. Their granddaughter, little Miss Bonnie Jo Smith, ac- companied them. The Alexander Love Chapter of the D. A. R. will hold its meeting today at 2:30 p.m. in the Memor- ial Log House in Hermann Park, according to Mi...

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

Thursday, November IS, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIME Page 24 OPEN — Friday - Saturday 'Till 7 P. M. Sfreciafo black bottom CAKE 79c pumpkin delicious—serves six Coffee Cake 29* ginger bread Squares 3f"25( Super Values For Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. what a buy!—libby's royal anne CHERRIES - 19° peter pan Peanut Butter 29c funsten's—always fresh—shelled Pecans - 39c gebhardts Plain Chili "si* 31° # Libby's PINEAPPLE % I JUICE 46-Oz. Can 39 c ^ 4 MOR BEEF - VEAL LAMB - PORK morrell pride—4 to 6 lb. average Picnic Hams ,b- 39c / ' < cut-rite ^ Archer House %. Wax f VIENNA ^ Paper | Sausage | 16c I 9 OC„ I L can< /j 125-Ft. Rolls northern pork—fresh Boston Butts " CO o texas seedless juicy Oranges 35c baby beef—boneless Rolled Roast 49c jonathan—nice size APPLES - 33c baby beef Porterhouse Steak 55c texas juicy Grapefruit CO cn o swifts brookfield—fresh Pork Links "• cn cn o home grown BEETS 2 BunchM 1bc % $§ Del Monte ^ f SPICED g. i Peaches 1 No. 2Va Can 37. M. LIBBY'S I GEBHARDTS WAXBEANS TA...

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

SOUTH WE5TE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE. BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON. SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA (Official Publication for the Cities of Went University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place) Volume 4—Number 9- HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 20,1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Roberts P.-T. A. Raises $190 In Paper Drive A small part of the four truck loads of paper collected last week by children of Roberts School in Southgate is shown in the above photograph. The drive brought in a total of 33,730 pounds of paper which sold for $189.61. The money will be used for water coolers for the school's new building, now under construction. Teachers of the banner rooms were Mi's Ann Ross and Mrs. Dorothy Weeren. The Parent- Teacher Association sponsored the drive. Fund Earmarked For Water Coolers In New Building Gratification for the huge suc- cess of the paper drive staged last week by Roberts School was ex- pressed by Mrs. Carr...

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

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 5DUTHWESTER Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeawood, 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 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 6, Texag (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5666 HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 20,1947 An Ounce Of Prevention The Southwestern section, along with the rest of Houston, has had its share of increased accidents lately. Notwith- standing the fine job of police patrol exhibited by the local municipalities, some of our through streets are the scenes of periodic smash-ups. By far the most dang...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Thursday, November 20,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 m) OcCl 0?ile& (Three Years Ago This Week) Word that Seaman 2/c Douglas Ellsworth Stillwagon had been killed in action shocked his par- ents and scores of friends in West University and Southside Place. His death came aboard the de- stroyer, U. S. Hoel, aiding in the landing in the Philippines, later sunk off Leyte. West University City Council okayed the purchase of $131,000 worth of war bonds in 7-8 per cent certificates. Miss Adelaide Butler of G120 Community Drive became Wac Pvt. Adelaide Butler as she be- came the fifth member of her fam- ily to join the armed forces. Preston W. Morrison, superin- tendent of the Rice Postal Station, came home with a 125 - pound, eight-point buck he had killed. (And, by the way, he is off on an- other hunting expedition this year at the very same time). Assuming the new post of pastor of the West University Methodist Church, Rev. Bascom N. Merchant preached his first sermon in the church t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 Teen-Age Canteen Dance Planned For Christmas Teen-Age Canteen members will have a big Christmas dance De- cember 19 from 8 to 12 p. nounced by the officers of the canteen after a meeting recently. Friday night the regular dance will be held at the West University Community House at 8 o'clock. Music will be furnished by phi which Dave Clark and his orches- graph records and the public ad- tra will furnish music, it was an- dress system. NURyeny tg. LANDSCAPE SERVICE VISITORS WELCOME Come out and visit our 10-acre display grounds. • • 4400 BELLAIRE BLVD. Established 1843 DR. WALTER L. WHITE OPTOMETRIST EYE GLASSES FITTED and REPAIRED PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED Lehigh 4413 2524 Rice Bird. Rice Boulevard Shopping Center in The Village Story "SeAiteC WANT ADS By Sally Treadwell She said, yes, she had advertised some kittens— I said, "Free?" She said, "Sure—free—" I hadn't an extra dollar in my purse to spend on the luxury of a pet. I did have the h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Thursday, November 20,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 M-Tfae'Time «* McMillan & toolan's Gdmmr BEFORE THE STAMPEDE T O Y L A N D Your Neighborhood ?ir*$tone Dealer Store Our early supply is limited — and the demand is tremendous! Everything you've waited for in Small Radio—Personal Port- ables and Compacts —at UN- BELIEVABLY LOW PRICES. IS NOW OPEN — m WM% , MODEL 560 SMALLEST Emerson Radio Self-Powered. Portable and PERFORMANCE. Maroon Plastic Cabinet with sturdy carrying handle. All modern fea- tures. Yon'll carry it with pride and enjoyment. MODEL 547 Emerson Radio Compact AC-DC Superheterodyne in Ivory Plas- tic Cabinet. AInico 5 Pcrmuncnt Magnet Dynamic Speaker, built-in Super-Loop Slidcrule Dial, Automati Volume Control - We'll be glad to do, Use Our Lay Away Footballs Small, for tots 1.50 Regulation size 2.50 to 12.95 Basket Balls Sunroco "Blue Arrow" Of- ficial size and performance 8.95 "OK" Basketball, official size 5.95 VELOCIPEDES Wide selection in several sizes, most ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 k'- ■ iar. iroUr-moel©rrr prjnti ;. J'are Well 6'aute cfe<3 s ■Pt, PRINTING COMPANY Keystone 3-5566 2510 Times Blvd. Q. Where can I get a hunting license? A. McMillan and Toolan Home and Auto Supply at 2414 Univer- sity Boulevard has hunting lic- enses. Duck stamps must b( bought at the post office. Q. Is there more than on< street named Rice in this section? A. Yes. There is Rice Boule vard which runs East and West from Sunset near Main Street to Community Drive. There is also a Rice Avenue which runs North and South from Westheimer to Cypress in Bellaire. Q. Is there a linen shop in The Village? A. The University Linen Shop is- located at 2427 University Boulevard. Q. Driving to San Antonio from West University Place, which is the best way to get out of town? A. Go west on Bellaire Boule- vard or Old Richmond Road to Post Oak Road, turn right and proceed north to the Katy High- way. Turn left and you're on your way. Q. We ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Thursday, November 20,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Men Of St. Mark's Church To Present Old Time Minstrel At Lamar Tonight and Friday Behind those two blackened faces wandering around the Vil- lage yesterday were two members of the Old Time Minstrel Show to be presented by members of the Men's Club of St. Mark's Episco- pal Church in Lamar High School Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. today and tomorrow. The two, Pete Compton and Fenton Stone, are in the show written by Jim Sanders and Drane Walters. Mr. Sanders is a minstrel man from way back. Twenty-five years ago he joined the famous show of "Lasses White" who is now play- ing Baldy Jackson on the Amos and Andy radio show. He has played in minstrel shows all over the South as Alexander Jones which he plays in the St. Mark's show. He writes and acts on the Admiration Coffee Shop radio pro- gram broadcast daily at 9:45 on KTRH and 36 other stations. HOUSTON BAND HOUSE R. E. (BOB) SENAY EXPERT REPAIRING MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 112 McKlllNEY F. 7...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 I Brotherly Love Sister: "The man I marry be a hero." Brother: "Oh, you're not £ as all that." The Difference We all make footprints in Sands of Time, but some leave the imprint of a great soul, other just the mark of a heel. ANTS AND ROACHES TERMITE CONTROL RELIABLE BONDED SERVICE Telephone J. 2-4355 for CompUte Information WEST UNIVERSITY PEST CONTROL BUDDY GLASS — VAL CARLSON — PAT GLASS, CK.n.r. BERRY'S CLEANERS (Formerly at 1513 Main) 2717 BISSONNET HADLEY 2079 Get Ready for Colder Weather. Send Us Your Woolen Garments Now. We Specialize in Ladies' Dresses We Repair Rips and Replace Buttons. TWO DAY SERVICE — CASH AND CARRY Southside Plai sity Pla, , Sonthamptoi Bellai MRS. ETHEL MOORE, Owner YOUR OLD RADIO IS WORTH MORE ON A B E N D I X SPACE-SAVER (?on4.<xlette RADIO-PHONOGRAPH Ideal for the small home or apartment for fine reception of standard broadcasts and short wave plus automatic phonograph . . . and holds over 100...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

I ♦•J**- Thursday, November 20,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Life In Germany Is No Snap, Says Army Wife Shopping By Women Of Occupation Army Strictly Verboten Life in these United States looks pretty good to a certain family—a foursome just back from occupied Germany. It'll be a Christmas with all the American trimmings this year with fresh vegetables and plenty of milk—and bicycles, even. The returnees are Col. and Mrs. W. C. Dolle and their sons, Tommy, five, and Arthur, seven, who are visit- ing Mrs. Dolle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. McMullen of 5122 Pine. With a typical American wo- man's love for shopping:, Mrs. Dolle bewailed the fact that there were no stores in Germany from which Americans could buy. The only consolation—and a pretty good one — was the Barter Ex- change set up by the Army, at which the Army personnel and families could trade things to the German people. So, if you had a surplus of cigarettes or food and your heart yearned for Dresden china, you just hied ...

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

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 I Brae Burn Garden Club Holds Tuesday Meeting Mrs. C. B. Braden will be host- ess to the Brae Burn Garden Club in her home at 5222 Brae Burn Drive Tuesday at 10 a. m. Mrs. Tom Clendenin will be co-hostess. ing. Other talks will be: "Rela- tion of Flowers to Containers" by Mrs. W. E. Souchek, "Discussion of Christmas Tree Decorations" by Mrs. W. W. Jachcns and "Christ- mas Package Wrapping" by Mrs, Seaman. ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Sales and Service > GRAND GAS RANGES > ELECTROMASTER RANGES > BEND1X AND PHILCO RADIOS > PHILCO REFRIGERATORS t BLACKSTONE WASHING MACHINES > ELECTRICIANS HARDWARE > LIGHT FIXTURES ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS GEIST ELECTRIC CO. 4546 Qld Richmond Rd. M. 2-2260 SAND AND POLISH YOUR OWN FLOORS! CLARK Floor Sanding and Polishing equipment, and all necessary ma- terials. So easy a housewife can operate it. Rent and Save! Come by or call us for information. Equipment rented by the day. SOUTH MAIN NBOMKttHOOO COM...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

I «* -' .IS ' *9?; Thursday, November 20,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Harnett Kane Will Review Latest Book At St. Mark's Church Harnett Kane, author of "Loui- siana Hayride," "New Orleans Woman," and other best-sellers, will review h i s latest book, "Natchez on the Mississippi," at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 3810 Bellaire Boulevard, Wednesday night at 8:00 p.m. "Natchez on the Mississippi" is the first book to deal fully with the remarkable old cotton capitol on the river. The glamorous drama of Natchez' history is sketched—a history in which the slackening of river traffic, rather than war, brought hard times. Here are famous figures, stories of planters and pirates, filibusters and rebels. Mr. Kane ends with a chapter on the fabulously success- ful garden pilgrimages of today. An outstanding speaker as well as author, Mr. Kane is appearing at St. Mark's under the auspices of the St. Margaret Chapter of the Women's Association. A nomi- nal fee will be charged for the review, ...

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

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 Harvest Festival Pronounced Success By Principal Orman Pershing Junior High School's Harvest Festival last Friday night was a great success, according to Clarence Orman, principal. Ap- proximately $400 was raised to purchase needed equipment for Property Owners -- Present & Future • We buy, sell, appraise, repair and finance houses. • 25 years in this section —15 years at this location. WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BUILDING A REALTY CO. Buffalo & University M. 2-2323 classrooms which the School Board does not provide. Queens were chosen in spirited voting to represent the seventh, eighth and ninth grades, respec- tively. Selected were Carolyn Mc- Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. McKay of 3720 Plumb; Pat Staats, daughter of Mrs. Mary Katherine Staats of 4015 Univer- sity Boulevard, and Patsy Hostet- ter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hostetter of 6612 Westchester. Among the other highlights of the evening were the Btyle show ...

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

Thursday, November 20,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES IN APPRECIATION ... CARTER'S Offers "THANK YOU" Fri. and Sat. OF THE FINE RESPONSE TO OUR GRAND OPENING LAST FRIDAY AND SATURDAY COMPLETE FOOD MARKET BEST IN QUALITY FOODS AT MINIMUM PRICES AMPLE PARKING SPACE COMFORTABLE SHOPPING View of Carter's New Store at 3606 Bissonnet femntinQ Variety of CAMMED GOODS SLICED OR HALVES Peaches N°2ic*" 27c DEL MONTE SPINACH ■«<=- 11c UNCLE WILLIAM GOLDEN CREAM STYLE C 0 R N N°-2can 17c ft UNCLE WILLIAM money I Pork & Beans SAVING — _ SPECIALS H 2 ^0. ^8I1S l/C B WATCH M THESE (■SPECIALS Jr CAMPBELL'S CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP 2 Cans 27c Catsup 2^ 33c OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE 18c LIBBY'S VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 at 31C RATH'S BLACKHAWK Bacon 75c BABY BEEF SHOULDER ROAST LB. 39c ORDER NOW! FRESH DRESSED Fryers '%r 56c Wieners 33c FLAVOR - RICH tRUflS AND VtQETABLFc Carrots 2—151 LEMONS 2 LBS. 17c BANANAS 2 LBS. 19C BEETS i,. 13c Oranges Large Size 25c Grapefruit 22c

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 Local House Designed For Texas Weather HHHMMI m Designed especially for the local climate, this house will be built at 3831 Drake for Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stokes. Mr. Stokes, a general contractor, had the plans drawn by Architect Bailey A. Swenson. To be con- structed of Roman brick and vertical cypress aiding, the house will be two stories high in front. At the rear will be a one and a half-story living room with a large plate glass window on one end. The kitchen will have a glass-inclosed cookstove in three sections, electric dishwasher and disposal unit, laundry and drier, built-in radio and breakfast counter. Upstairs will be two bedrooms and a bath. The cost will be approximately $20,000. Face Painting I trousseau. Rouged cheeks caught Catherine de Medici introduced | on an^ became the hallmark of the use of rouge to France, bring-i glamour gals from then until—you ing it with her from Italy in her! guessed it—the era Victoria...

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