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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Thursday, November 20,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page IB V* i in Hazel Schleyer - - 'Petei&att S&jftaal ScvnetU: PERFUMES, COLOGNES, GIFT SETS, AND FITTED WEEK-END CASES by Dorothy Qray Nose Gay Perfume, Cologne, Soap and Body Powder Elation M Perfume, Cologne, and Body Powder a g i c Hour Perfume and Toilet Water In The Pink Perfume, Cologne, and Body Powder Sold in sets and separately BEAUTIFUL DOROTHY GRAY VANITIES AND LEATHER FITTED WEEK-END CASES. Dorothy Gray Let Hazel Schleyer help you with your Christmas Shopping List. Wear il to compliment tailleurs... give it to complete o compliment tho crisp, definite scent that's unforgettable as youtr Dorothy Gray U is sunlight turned into a scent...warm, friendly, long-remembered! The lilting scent she wears for the man she loves...and he gives to the one he loves. Dorothy Gray Gift Wrapping Service Free On All Purchases Free Delivery Peterson's Pharmacy Your Family Drug Store 2439 University Boulevard IN THE VILLAGE Keystone 3-3...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 NOW AVAILABLE! WILLIAM'S FAMOUS KANSAS CITY MEATS AT THE FOOD BANK FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS 5407 Kelvin K. 3-2414 In The Village TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY . . . Back again—so here's more in gust, spread across TOMMY the talk of the teens. i WIEGHARD'S face last week . . . MILTON WILLIS of Lamar such a way as to bring smiles has recently won for himself the | those who watched him wrestle first place award in the contest sponsored by the Junior Chambe of Commerce in their search for "The Voice of Democracy." Con giatulations on a swell job! . . . An expression of confused dismay, mingled with that of dis- THE TWINS&i& E 0 WILLIS & SON, ( Our ladder fell I hope your brother hasnt hanging didnt fall, too/ doum. put Itn alrtqhr E.O.wmis & SON S™; :• :.;s; <s$ . OPEN f A. M'. to 10P.M. EVEPY OAV 2416 UNiVFRS'TY 0LVO. A/StttoV-!fe.qt r^sa'rt • 3 A DISTINCTIVE... Choose silver-plated tablewear for distinctive Christmas g...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

, N' SOUTHWESTERN TIME! Page 17 Bellaire Presbyterian Church To Hear Choir ; by the Austin College be presented at the umbers'w'nHae' ioir which singi l. paniment. This current tour is an ^ Wf I *800"mi,e tr'Pjf°r the^ group mak- (tyuntA. &Ue*tdcw. BELLAIRE BAPTIST Lis BELLAIRE LUTHERAN eftSc* KATHERINE RUSSELL DIXIE announces the opening of her VOICE STUDIO Specializing in Voice Production for adults and interpretation of songs for children. FUNERAL DESIGNS Flowers In Remembrance Nothing ever can take the place of flowers as a mes- sage of sympathy to the be- reaved and as a tribute to the memory of the deceased. L. 4466 City Wide Delivery BELLAIRE PRESBYTERIAN s?l§li=;! CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE HOLY GHOST illS'Ilii STANLEY L. SMITH, RICE TEMPLE BAPTIST Ex S UNIVERSITY BAPTIST STOP WALL SWEATING! COLEMAN FLOOR FURNACE For Homes With Concrete Slab Foundations— HAMMEL WALL FURNACE FREE SURVEYS AND ESTIMATES 36 MONTHS TO PAY ALLEN'S HEATING & REFRIGERATION SERVIC...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 State Health Officer Urges Proper Diet For Maintenance Of Good Health In Texas Commenting on the food con- servation program now being stressed throughout the nation, Dr. George W. Cox, State Health Of- ficer today emphasized the import- ance of including the proper food ENRICH YOUR SOIL Sandy loam top toil, fertiliser and cotton boll mold. Guaranteed yardage. 2704 BISSONNET M 2-5233 requisites in the daily diet, as be- ing important to the maintenance of health. "Food conservation is an abso- lute necessity and all Texans are eager to assist in this program, but eliminating needful basic foods will only result in undernourish- ment and illness, which can be avoided by observing the Texas Food Standard in daily meals," Dr. Cox said. "This food standard will enable Texans to utilize available foods, eliminate waste, cooperate Only One Week Til . . . Make Your Dinner Complete With the Proper Still or Sparkling Wine . . . Don't forg...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Thursday, November 20,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 CLASSIFIED PAINTING AND REPA HELP WANTED: UTLER-GRIMES in 'ScJl.r'w® Local Women Mayflower Dea In an election of Houston Colony of the Descendants of in the State of Texas, Mrs. I cis A. Lide of 6415 Rutgers named Reservation Chairmar a dinner to be held at the Milam Hotel in commemorati< the first landing. Other newly elected office: the society included Mrs. J. S] Taylor of 2625 Sunset, Lieutc governor, and Mrs. Jeanette Pillow of 4103 Villanova, hi Most persons think < as coming every four such is not always the though the year 1900 \ by four it was not a 1< cause the centennial ; leap years must be 400. By 'P&ota CHRISTMAS CARDS YOUR NAME IMPRINTED We Take In Your Home FOR APPOINTMENT CALL M.2-1015 su rt d«.'T gpyss&M ALTB«AT.ON3 FOR MEN or —- m r?RMsisFULL ^jt^jsssspj^sr- ,ik< A thoughtful gift to your hostess, a colbrful corsage, a beautiful table decoration . . . Holiday Flower Needs. To Complement Your...

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

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 Lamar P.-T. A. Holds Back-To-School Night To "Educate" Parents Parents of Lamar High School students went back to school Tues- day night. At the Parent-Teacher Associa- tion meeting at Lamar High School, proud fathers and mothers toured the classrooms in which their boys and girls study in the daytime. In each of the rooms was an outline on the blackboard show- ing the amount of preparation needed for the course and inform- ation on the quantity and type of homework given to students. After the schedule of classes had been completed, the groups wound up in the lunchroom for | refreshments. Chairman of the hospitality committee was Mrs. Allen B. Mc- Ginty of 2918 Plumb. Other com- mittee members were: Mrs. Wiley E. Foster of 3828 University Boulevard, Mrs. C. A. Huff of 3932 Oberlin, Mrs. W. C. Tim- merman of G340 Vanderbilt and Mrs. II. R. Cutlip of 2904 Plumb. Caroline Ross Becomes Bride Of Dr. Joseph Peacock In Church Rites HEA...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Thursday, November 20,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Local Resident Scores Hit With New Stage Play Nina Vance of 2213 Dorrington has added another to her long list of theatre triumphs with her di- rection of "The Sound of Hunt- ing," first play offered by the newly organized Alley Players at the Alley Theatre of Houston, 3617 South Main. Miss Vance is an exponent of the center-staging type of theatre which is gaining in popularity every part of the country. The Alley Theatre has a central "are- na" stage, with the audience seat- ed in a circle around it. Miss Vance, who is an actress of note as well as a director, has made the most of this type of player- audience relationship. Since the Alley Theatre wdl commodate but 8B persons at any one performance, patrons urged to make their reservations in advance. The play opened No- vember 18 and will continue each night through Thanksgiving night. The downtown, box office is at Mosk's, 508 Main, and reserva- toins may be made at any time by calli...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Page 22 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrne* /l DON'T MIND YOU I HAVING FRIENDS, BUT > I DON'T (.IKE THEM Wj^0a<i> JITTER By Arthur Pointer By Bud Fisher a MUTT AND JEFF VA .VVJ mutt, AIN't we I TAXI? WE ll 6oim' to the /by Subway LION TAMERS I AND LIKE J CLUB BV TAXI? t WELL,VOURE NOTGoNNA WALK INTO THE SUBWAV LIKE THAT I HOPE THINK I WANT SOME CLUMSY OX STEPPING OK MY SHINE? Late at night a gentleman rolled out of the door of an exclusive night club and blinked up at the stars. "Gracious!" he exclaimed to the fancily dressed doorman, "What is that strange odor around here?" "That, sir," said the doorman, "is fresh air." MAKE AN ALL-WEATHER ROOM OF YOUR SCREENED PORCH Let us remodel your porch and install wood or steel case- ment windows. The use of knotty pine, or other beautiful wood, will make it attractive and add another room useful the year around. Call us for fre WATTS WOOD SPECIALTIES PAUL S. WATTS, Owner 5903 Goforth H. 2310...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 November 1947

Thursday, November 20,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 23 • Visiting with her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Veale, 4030 Marquette, is Mrs. L. G. Pugh of Shreveport, Louisiana. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Paul Jr. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Dorothea Paul, to Earle Langhornc, son of Mrs. Stella Legnan. Speaking at the home of Mrs. John F. Sullivan at 2123 Dun- stan Monday was Dr. Leon Hal- den. He talked on "American For- eign Policy" to members of the Reading Club. A bridesmaid luncheon will fete "Let U« Thank and Praise The Lord!" Thanksgiving Day Services 10:00 a.m. Sunday Services Sunday School 10:00 a.r Divine Worship ll:00a.ii Sermon: "Me and Mine." Christ The King Lutheran Church ROBERTS SCHOOL Greenbriar and Addison Rev. Kenneth C. Larson, Paste M. 2-6192 Miss Margee Scott, betrothed to Burdette Keeland Jr., at the Junior League Friday afternoon. The luncheon is being given by Miss Rosalie Meek and her mother, Mrs. J. Weston Meek of 2224 Rice Bou- leva...

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

Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 20,1947 ^ORYOUR SAVINGS FOR OPEN EVERY DAY '—^ /./ MON. Thru SAT. 8 A.M. TIL 7 P.M. Thanksgiving Specials SIX BIG DAYSThursday thru Wednesday Nov. 20 Thru 26 BAKERY SPECIALS DELICIOUS HOME BAKED PIES WQJM PUMPKIN 35c MINCE MEAT - - 45c SPECIAL DECORATED Thanksgiving Cake 99c DECORATED Thanksgiving COOKIES ROSEDALE—HALVES—BARTLETT PEARSN^35C GREEN GIANT—GREAT BIG TENDER PEAS 2 35c OCEAN SPRAY—READY-TO-SERVE Cranberry Sauce ^ 18c LIBBY'S PUMPKIN No. 2>/2 Can i DROMEDARY BAMA PURE LADY BETTY Strawberry Preserves fc 33c | Mince Meat1 j°* 19c FRESH GREEN LIBBY'S MAMMOTH SIZE OLIVES a: 29c Blackeyed Peas 3w£T29c [ plans'"S'39c RICH DELICIOUS Coffee Cake FRESH INFERTILE APPLE SAUCE CUP CAKES RINSO TURKEYS BROAD BREASTED DRESSED FRESH FRESH Cranberries In Our Own PLANT V LOUISIANA No. 1 Yams 5 Lb - 29c RATH'S BLACK HAWK SLICED WISCONSIN FULL CREAM Small ■ < Average ARMOUR'S STAR WHOLE HAMS FRESH MEATY—SMALL SPARE RIBS Fine For Barbecuing 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

50UTHWE5TER 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 West University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place) * * * Volume 4—Number 10. Southampton Civic Club To Have Meeting At Poe School Monday A discussion of the report of the Restriction Committee of the Southampton Civic Club's board of directors was held Monday night at the home of L. H. Wil- liams at 1902 Rice Boulevard. The material was handed over to the legal committee which will introduce it at Monday's meeting of the club, C. C. Womack, presi- dent, said. The club will meet at Poe School at 7:45 p. m. to dis- cuss recommendations of the board of directors. HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 27, 1947 Mr. And Mrs. Farrow Injured In Accident As Truck Hits Auto Friday's foggy weather and generally bad driving conditions contributed to an accident in which Mrs. J. S. Farrow of 4127 Marlowe susta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 5DUTHWE5TER Published Every Thursday for the Residents of We3t 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 V. C. J. NEWTON Advertising Manager Entered as sccond-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, NOVEMBER 27, 1947 Stamp It Out! JONES APOTHECARY Prescriptions Exclusively Fast Prescription Service 'Wx'' '■ descriptions EXCLUSIVELY RADIO-TELEPHONE EQUIPPED JEEPS Prescriptions Picked Up and Delivered Three Registered Pharmacists. For Immediate Service Phone K. 3-2587 RICE BLVD. AT MORNING3IDE—VILLAGE MEDICAL BLDC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Thursday, November 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 €l Slipcover Material Sclcct attractive colors, but don't neglect serviceability when choosing material for your slip- covers and couch covers. A firm weave, as well as fast colors, and colors that wear well arc qualities that you will want in the long run. For cording or piping use con- trasting colors, but make sure here, too, that the colors will wear well, and that the edges can be turned under easily enough to avoid raveling. To get the most satisfaction from your goods, choose a fabric that is designed for the other fur- niture in your room. In early American rooms, chintz, simple striped effects, cretonnes and homespun are the most effective. For simple, ' modern rooms, choose plain solid colors with good weaves. Consider such fab- rics as linen, novelty cotton and duck—all of which are very stur- dy. If all of your house is predom- inantly Victorian, you'll enjoy ginghams, calico and novelty cot- ton. In this case, be ver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 Party To Be Staged By Southside Civic Club Members of the Southside Wo- men's Civic Club will have a Christmas Party at the home of Mrs. C. A. Gajewsky at 3739 In- gold next Wednesday at 0:45 a. m. There will be a Christmas tree and gifts exchanged. Mrs. B. H. Estess, president said. A discussion of the street com- pletion celebration will also be held. CORSAGES for the Holiday Season Orchids - Gardenias - Roses Carnations - Glamelias 2406 RICE BLVD. Village Medical Bldg. L*. 4466 City Wide Delivery Behind The Want Ads-- (Continued from Page 3) ing out. He meant me to see that bility of the United States being Thad was on his own. wiped from the face of the earth "Sure! Sure it's swell. I unless we prepare—I had read— couldn't want a better suit but— and not realized— well, you see, Mom it's like this—" "But Thad —YOU —why you Thad's head went up and his chin haven't finished your education— jutted a bit. I could see a muscle j w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Thursday, November 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 6 DONALD AND MICKEY by INVITES YOU TO WALT DISNEY Come In Today For Your Copy SANTA'S VERY FINEST TOYS ARE HERE IN GREAT ARRAY BUY THEM NOW ON BUDGET TERMS OR EASY LAY-AWAY Nearest Thing to a Real Live Baby The Marvelous "MAGIC SKEV noix 9.95 ATOMIC PISTOL A ten-inch gold-lacquered gun that shoots red flashes snd makes a terrific bang- bang! • Scale Model • Automatic Uncoupling SHOP HERE FOR BEAUTIFUL ELECTRIC TRAINS 22.95 A beautiful "027" gauge scale model with powerful locomotive, tender and four true-to-life cars. Includes transformer, connector and "Uncouple Here" sign FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Reversing Engine! Whistle! Electric Lights! ^ No. 8}<j ALL-ELECTRIC ^ Erector Set SIX-UNIT ELECTRIC FREIGHT Bright Red & Plenty Cute WHEEL 8 18.95 There Isn't a boy la the world who wouldn't thrIB to this magnificent giftl A real boy at this lew pnae. Baa a reaBsne locomotive, ^ tender, gondola, eaUle car with sliding door*,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 Mrs. Adickes Weds William W. Butler Mrs. La Merle Bender Adickes of 6410 Belmont was married to William W. Butler at 8:15 Mon- day night in the chapel of St. Paul's Methodist Church. Rev. Hal Cunningham officiated. She is the daughter of Mr. and PUa CHRISTMAS CARDS YOUR NAME IMPRINTED • We Take Pictures In Your Home O FOR APPOINTMENT CALL M.2-1015 Mrs. Adolph Bender of Humble, Texas. The bridegroom is a dent of Houston. Matron of Honor at the < mony was Mrs. W. B. McKee. Best man was Jack Ferguson. After the wedding the couple left for a trip to West Texas. They will return Monday and make their home 6410 Belmont. Services For Dr. Bosley Scheduled For Today Funeral rites are being held Wednesday at 4 p.m. for Dr. Wil- liam C. Bosley of 4149 Riley. He died Saturday in his home. He is survived by a son, Alfred C. Bosley, a daughter, Mrs. Clara N. Thayer, and two grandchildren, all of the Houston area. Services will be at the Bou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Thursday, November 27, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 BEST IN QUALITY FOODS AT MINIMUM PRICES AMPLE PARKING SPACE COMFORTABLE SHOPPING CARTER'S COMPLETE FOOD MARKET ,?< 3606 BISSONNET OPEN 8:15 A. M. to 6:30 P. M. EVERY DAY — FRIDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 7:00 P.M. CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY * WHAT 25c WILL STILL BUY AT CARTER'S THIS WEEK END fin WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLE g Soup 25c VERMONT MAID LOG CABIN OR MAPLE SYRUP CAMPBELL'S TOMATO JUICE 2 SARDINES 25c IN OIL OR MUSTARD SAUCE GERBER'S BABY FOOD 25c (We have a complete stock) RECEIVED EVERY DAY FRESH GREEN Onions 2 Bunches 15c EXTRA FANCY JONATHAN Apples 2 29c farm-fresh De£idmct frozen foods YOU'LL FIND BIRDS EYE IN OUR WELL STOCKED CASES BIRDS EYE—16-Oz. SIZE Pumpkin Pie Mix 28c BIRDS EYE—16-Oz. SIZE Peaches 32c BIRDS EYE—12-Oz. SIZE GREEN PEAS 29' DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN 2 Spinach - 25c 4 Dog Food 25c LIBBY'S ROSEDALE 2 Peas r 25C VAN CAMP—No. 300 2 PORK & BEANS 25C TEXSUN GRAPEFRUIT 4 JUICE r 25c GOLD ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 Four Local Residents To Open Service Station Feur residents of West Univer- sity will open an Humble Service Station within the next few weeks at the corner of Wakeforest and Bissonnet. The four, Roy, Charles and Bobby Shafer and W. F. Cawlfield, will launch the $30,000 plant. Charles and Bobby Shafer will operate Shafer Brothers Service Station. They are the sons of Roy Shafer of 2922 Albans Road. Mr. Cawlfield lives at 8131 Tangley. NO WORRY NOW "I've insured my life for $10,000 so that if anything happens to me, you and the children will be pro- vided for." "How thoughtful of you, darl- ing. Now you won't have to see the doctor every time you feel sick, will you?" SPECIAL THIS WEEK! Betty Crocker Irons .$995 Betty Crocker Cookers $1395 FREE DELIVERY AA APPLIANCE & RADIO CO. 2408 Bissonnet Jackson 2-867C Air Conditioned BEA irsAWN New Beauty in a New Wave For Thanksgiving Cimo's Oil Wave $8.50 SCALP TREATMENT 2417 RICE BLVD...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Thursday, November 27, 1947 SOU T'H WESTERN TIMES Page 9 Sophie Scott ~ ~ 'PeteMm m S«w u: PERFUMES, COLOGNES, SOAPS, BODY POWDERS and BATH SALTS b y OLD SOUTH Sold separately and in lovely gift sets e^O^60^' V° ,, a\s7- « A* ^ OLD SOUTH Bath Soap Woodland Spice Plantation Garden Cotton Blossom In Gift Boxes All pricc la ft# W Is# y a i TOILETRIES Lovely toiletries in porcelain china ami glass replicas of priceless Old South anriques—in famous <)I<J ioutb fragrances that seemingly last forevei Virginia Reel I of Cologne 1.25 111 Natchez Rose Jar 5.00 Let Sophie Scott help you with your Christmas Shopping List. deliberately intriguing.. a perfume that'!! as subtle a bid for (ompliiiieuts as jour newest and most exciting bat... Gift Wrapping Service Free On All Purchases Free Delivery . Peterson's Pharmacy 2439 University Boulevard Your Family Drug Store IN THE VILLAGE Keystone 3-3646

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 November 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, November 27, 1947 Altar Society To Elect New Officers Tuesday An election of officers will fea- ture the regular meeting of the Ladies Altar Society of St. Vin- cent De Paul Church, to be held in the church rectory at 10 a. m. Tuesday, Mrs. G. P. De Lisle, presi- dent, said. After the elections and business are finished the society will have a Christmas Party, Mrs. DeLisle Say the Tin % TEXAS TOT TIDIERS DIAPER SERVICE We Furnish Diapers or Service Yours. A CALL TO US BRINGS CLEAN L. 4077 STERILE DIAPERS 2133 RICHMOND AVE. SOUTH MAIN DRIVE-IN THEATRE Enjoy A Show In Complete Comfort PERFECT HEARING 800 In-Car Speakers NO NEED TO DRESS UP BRING THE KIDS How to Reach the Theatre OUT S. MAIN NEAR UNDER-PASS For Bellaire and West University Place residents Use Link Road or Theatre Schedule THURSDAY "BILL POSTERS" Arturo de Cordova Dorothy Patrick CARTOON "DONALD'S DILIMMA" "FLICKER FLASHBACKS" No. 3 CARTOON "FOXY DUCKLING" Making Ceramics Proves Fasc...

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