ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Southwestern Times Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,717 items from Southwestern Times, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,717 results
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Thursday, December 11,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11, Section One New Humble Station Will Open Saturday At 2735 Bissonnet The opening of a new Humble service station at 2735 Bissonnet on the corner of Wakeforest, was announced by the ownex-s, Roy M. Shafer, Incorporated, which is composed of Roy M. Shafer; his two sons, Charles and Bob, all of 2922 Albans; and W. F. Cawlfield of 3131 Tangley. The service station, which will be operated by Charles and Bob Shafer, represents an investment of more than $30,000. A complete line of Humble products will be offered. In addition the firm will offer pick-up and delivery service The firm, to be known as Shafer Brothers' Service Station, will be open for business beginning Sat- urday. Residents of the section invited to inspect the complete fa- cilities for automobile servicing, including washing and lubrication, which will be offered, the owners Young People Of Two Presbyterian Churches Plan Joint Meet Sunday Young people of the Bellaii Pres...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Page 12, Section One x SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 11,1947 Southampton Civic Club Thanks Times In Resolution For Articles Published In Paper Southwestern Times 2510 Times Boulevard Houston, Texas Gentlemen: At the regular monthly meeting of the Southampton Civic Club December 1st, it was unanimously voted that I write you concerning the interest you have shown in our club. Therefore, in behalf of the Southampton Civic Club, I want . to take this opportunity to thank HOUSTON BAND HOUSE your paper and the writers for the very fine publicity that you have given our club and its activi- Please be assured it is much ap predated by all concerned, for it is by such cooperation that make our city, as well as each community, a better place in which to live. Yours very truly, Southampton Civic Club C. F. SPANGLER, Publicity Chairma Eff.c "I've reached the highest point of efficiency. I can put my socks on from either end." CRADLE CHEF BABY FORMULA SERVICE In sealed, sterile bags, we...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

11,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13, Section One CLASSIFIED PAGE * 1k st,™: sfssts ter&uis * I# HELl' WANTED: BUTLER-GRIMES in ruSs TxcVf.r'wSS!;? SgJ-^JESE 'PISaSI gjgHHr ^s;0N?vLelI,;EM?sTCSKB^:: Sl^i psiis SSSSs SHHM * m S2S lS5,riJwSSS5Y SS&m carpets, perfect condition, 18.95. M. 2-1716. Igjgaagg glplfill MMM ?S? £%&. 2ZZ2?g£8£- ^W5Sfs!&«nj: saBS'iSaa"-"* —1 rSST-8 ™cR.r,m^E:wXr'S ,S,iSy"'ne- « „, J,.,,,-,-. M !..'«,. „A„N.TS?'| gS^lBgg ^sis'.rwsaar'^sa iseffi pswyaw 1S-SHSSI!; as assf" 1 ffiSSL'SK ,N,?Ze,!rer„,.P"S'S-' {MSB-JffViS "I'S i;*,K,!!,r-;R?.:s-y,:M7.'Sv r^y^LYsX'is.s,rcS £MW5« ffi^ITSLHS. SffiVaTK sa x*,'ru« •'sssssp £S5S-3r MPUM ssr^sfbKvn: 1 SSrEK s !pllli531 = = i='^ SttmST PS=S CALL PEGGY PECK f< ^ri«r.*M.G2t.,H r.'>ur IpSSSSS PROVEN / RESULTS# SDUTHWE5TER CLASSIFIED ADS 21 Words 50c Bring Your Ad to SOUTHWESTERN TIMES, 2510 Times Boulevard, in The Village, or telephone Keystone 3-5566 Deadline for Ads Tuesday Noon

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Page 14, Section One SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 11,1947 RAMBLING.... On a deer hunt last week near Beeville, Texas was A. E. Barber of 6006 Annapolis and his son-in- law, Charles Johle. . . . Purchasers of a five-room frame house at 3602 Plumb were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Bush. . . . Leaving for New York are Mr. and Mrs. George Story of 4013 Tennyson. Mr. Story is a marine superintendent with Home Insur- ance Company. Moving into Mr. and Mrs. Story's former home will be Mr. and Mrs. G. A. McBride of Pitts- burgh. Mr. McBride is with the Westinghouse Electric Company Proud grandparents are M and Mrs. A. H. Durham Sr. , 3742 Tangley. The parents . Marsha Kay, who was born D> cember 2 at Virginia Beach, Vi Na and Mrs. A. H. Durham Jr. Mrs Durham Sr. is visiting her soi and daughter-in-law in Virginis at present. Mr. Durham Sr. wil leave soon to see his new grand- child. . . . Moving here from Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Sonders and daughter, Laura Jane, are now lo- cate...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Thursday, December 11,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15, Section One Bellaire Postman Kelly On Job I Loaded down wi< norning, Bellaire iome of Judge Jai s one of the six c es of the Southwestern Tir n Martin B. Kelly deliver . Allred, 4720 Bellaire Bou! i, each of whom walks abo, : 12 mile: Post Office— (Continued from Page 3) ing for the postal system in 1919. "I was really the postmaster but because I was a minor, the Bel- laire Postmastership was in my brother's name." In 1935 Mr. Rosner wa3 of- ficially appointed postmaster. Already this year the inevitable letters "To Santa Claus" have come pouring in. These letters are turned over to some service or- ganization for processing—in this case the Bellaire Lions Club. Mr. Rosner pointed out that the Bellaire Post Office is open from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. daily and Saturdays. Leanora Sarah Walker To Wed H. L. Sweeney Jr. Announcement of the engage- ment of Miss Leanora Sarah Wal- ker to Harry Louis Sweeney Jr. was made by her parents,...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Page 16, Section One SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, DecembeivllL,!^? *So-o-o... tf you can a/jfore/ a wastrer, yon can a/fore/ a 8£/VP/X/ / " . . . and I'll put a Bendix Gift\ I Certificate in licr Christmas stocking!"J * ■ dm lo need for mistletoe at your house! Not if you present your leading lady with year 'round washday freedom . . . with the one and only do-everything Dendix! No need to torpedo the family budget to give her such luxury, either . . . because the Bendix is such a tbrijty machine. It costs as much as $90 less than other fully automatic washers, and your Bendix Dealer makes it easy as pie to buy . . . with small installments spread over many months. What's more, it costs far less to operate than old-fashioned washers. Its savings on soap alone pay you back about $10 a year, and it uses gallons less hot water on each load of clothes. Give her a Bendix, and you give her the only washer which has proved ... in ten whole years of trouble-free service . . . that it can wa...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Thursday, December 11,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 1, Section Two Local Boy Raises Pigeons ^4s Hobby Robert "Zeke" Hall Trains Birds For Long-Distance Races Somewhere, at a distance of from 100 to 300 miles from here, an express agent will release a crate of homing pigeons. The agent will then phone a member of the Houston Limited Club — headquarters for pigeon racers in this area. A mas- ter clock will be set and at lofts all over this section, owners will await their winged speedsters. One of these, Robert "Zeke" Hall of 2820 Bellaire Boulevard, will be watching for the result of months of training his birds. He'll be hoping that the three big dan- gers of racing pigeons will not cause him to lose any of his birds. These hazards, in order of destruc- tion, are, hunters hawks and oil. Ha: irds To Pige. "The hunters think the birds are doves, the hawks eat them and the oil—well it's because of the way pigeons dive for a drink of water," Robert explained. "Pools of oil in the fields ...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Page 2, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December IX, 1947 Local Woman Buried In Forest Park Cemetery Services were held last Thurs- day for Mrs. Caledonia Killough of 4202 Villanova. She was 81 years old and had lived in Texas for 33 years, coming here from Missouri. She is survived by two sons, W. E. Killough of Kansas City and U. S. Killough of Houston; a daughter, Mrs. Ona Anderson of Corvallis, Oregon, eight grand- children and four great-grand- children. Mrs. Killough was a member of the Baptist Church. Burial was in Forest Park Cemetery. The world belongs to the enthu- siast who keeps cool.—William Mc- Fee. Stan Johnson Electric Co. (Formerly Superior Property Maintenance Co.) LICENSED CONTRACTOR WIRING AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRS FLOOR FURNACE REPAIRS 2307 MORGAN LEHIGH 7460 New-Type Home Built In West University Heralding a new type of design in home construction is this fireproof and stormproof structure at 3706 Drake. Purchased by Virgil E. Caldwell, the house was buil...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Thursday, December 11,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3, Section Two mm Another Station Selling £SS0 EXTRA in West University On Saturday, December 13fh, you can get Humble Esso Extra at West University's newest Humble sign— SHAFER BROTHERS SERVICE STATION Corner Bissonnet and Wakeforest Come in Saturday and fill up with Esso Extra, the gasoline that gives you something extra for your money, and inspect the Shafer Brothers Service Station's modern facilities for the service of your car. Atlas tires, batteries and accessories. GRAND OPENING DECEMBER 13th Souvenirs for Everybody SHAFER BROTHERS SERVICE STATION ESSO EXTRA FEATURED Get something extra for your money. Fill up with a tankful of Esso Extra, the gasoline that gives you extra power—extra anti-knock performance — extra upkeep economy from a pat- ented solvent oil in every gallon LOOK FOR THIS SIGN AT BISSONNET AND WAKEFOREST TELEPHONE M. 2-7509 IMPROVED MOTOR OILS Humble offers motorists two Im- proved motor oils—premium grade E...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Page 4, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 11,1947 r~— houston Suggests For Christmas: Remember mother, wife, sister, or sweetheart — with a GIFT CERTIFICATE for a new - - - Spring Bonnet Here is the solution to make any voman happy. Burkett Post Okays Drive To Continue Vet Service Center Voting to support the drive to keep the Veteran's Service Center open in 1948, members of John R. Burkett Post 77 of the American Legion determined to carry the campaign to all veterans last Thursday night. Legionnaires appointed Guy Minter chairman of receiving do- nations for Post 77's part of the drive. Those wishing to contribute are requested to make checks or money orders payable to John R. Burkett Post 77 of the American Legion. These should be mailed to P. 0. Box 972. A receipt will be issued for all donations, according to Henry Schumacher, commander. The veteran service center, Commander Schumacher declared, i3 a place where "veterans can go in dignity and not in charity wi...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Thursday, December 11,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5, Section Two BELLAIRE BAPTIST PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) Beilalra City H«U R. B. Sunday School Wor.hlp "Art Thou He. BELLAIRE METHODIST Condit Elementary School FRED W. MARSH, Fa.tor Sunday School 10:00 aj Mornlnf Worship 11:00 aj BELLAIRE PRESBYTERIAN Rica at Ballairs Blvd. EDWIN ALBRIGHT, Pastor Youth Servicas 8:00 pja. CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN Roberts School, Grsenbrair at Addison KENNETH C. LARSON. Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Dlvlna Worship 11:00 ajn. Sermon: "And The Word Came." Sunday Services Sunday School 10:00 a Christ The King Lutheran Church ROBERTS SCHOOL Greenbrier end Addi.or, Kenneth C. Larson, Pastoi M. 2-6192 FAITH AMERICAN LUTHERAN Varsity Room, Ye Old College Inn ROLLAND L. MIESEL, Pastor STANLEY L. SMITH, issday, Cor RICE TEMPLE BAPTIST Greenhriar at Southfate J. VERNON WHEELESS, iday School .. ming Worship School 9:4t a.m. 00 a-m. 00 p.m. id-'week^Pr"y*Ir Serv'ici Wednesday 7:M pa WEST UNIVER...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Page 6, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 11,1947 Methodist Church Class Selects New Officers ity service, Barbara McGinty; world friendship, Doris Davidson i and recreation, Ennis Viereck. Members of the senior Sunday I ★ School class of the West Univer- sity Methodist Church recently se- lected as officers Arthur Clardy, president; Dick Belt, vice-presi- dent; Jo Anne Langley, corre- spending secretary, and Barbara I "What three?" demanded hii Nicholson, membership secretary, j boss. The committee chairmen are: j "Light, telephone and water,' worship, Buddy Butler; commun-1 was the reply. Reason Enough "I'll have to have a ru said the bookkeeper. "T One of the Largest Stocks In Town! AZALEAS SELECT CAMELLIAS THEM ROSES NOW! ALL KINDS OF EVERGREENS PANSIES — BEDDING AND POT PLANTS Rice BouSevard Nursery HADLEY 1377 2447 RICE BLVD. WANT ADS We Deliver — Call L. 7906 FREED CHICKEN DINNERS Planning meals on washday Will be a trial no more — If Box Lunches, Unlimited Br...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Thursday, December 11,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7, Section Two Oil looks Beyond tomorrow How Shell works to increase our petroleum resources Sett's eW . Houston, pvod„ctton Nov, open "J VpYoraUon phys,cs Research Xogy to chemistry * AJ produce more This should surprise you: a. Every precious drop: The average American drinks Zz gallon of water every day. 3 times that much oil — 1 Zi gallons a day—is needed to fill his demands for all oil products. How is this ever-expanding demand to be met? The new Shell laboratory seeks—(1) better " ways to locate new oil reserves...(2) more efficient ways of bringing oil to the surface. Oil is more than "skin deep": The face of the earth presents few clues. Crude oil lies deep . .. under swamps .. . mountains... oceans... even city streets. But with advanced scientific methods, oil men "see" into the earth—identify under- ground formations where oil is most likely to be found. Stop, look, listen: Shell scientists use radioactivity to help find...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Page 8, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 11,1947 FttO Sam Restivo, Jr.— your new Bellaire grocer INVITES YOU TO THE 'ponmal GRANum opgsm 7^e 'Rite-TVeuf System of food merchandising means... RIGHT PRICES RIGHT SERVICE RIGHT QUALITY Enjoy your shopping in this friendly market and enjoy real savings at our always low cash and carry prices. Be sure and attend this opening as we have made lucky purchases which enable us to offer these outstanding bargains. Our store has been remodeled and brightened, new display cases added — it's a pleasure to shop here. You'll always find the best in quality foods at Rite Way —and you'll always be welcome. SAM RESTIVO, JR. Housewives of Bellaire, Here's The RITE WAY 5204 BELLAIRE BLVD. AT0ZKE«fTEM OFFERS SMAS Compare These Prices and Takf FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY pRODUc RIO'GRANDE VALLEY GRAPEFRUIT 10LB- 25c Texas Juicy ORANGES Doz. BAG wwirrfff U. S. No. 1 California f POTATOES fresh £p s nn_ 3 BROCCOLI 7C Lb- CRISCO SPRY 3-LBS. ADMIHA C...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Thursday, December 11,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9, Section Two nd West University fi(k)d News! . 00 MARKET rHE INTERSECTION OF pL„nfl mar 0 OCWW -D RICHMOND ROAD *I10I1£ JU. >5*0077 m BARGAENS $ Advantage of These Savings! DAY and SATURDAY ORATION lb. bag RINSO OR OXYDOL LARGE PACKAGE QUART 1 CO N BUTTER ,D MEDAL | CJlb.bag "miracle whip S EYE &MODS SWEET PEA ■ 3 p>E S ■ CHERRIES 5 S No. 2 Can 25c ■ ✓WV^/'VWVV'VV ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ W'ECONOMICAL UmmSmnrnmmmm - GOOD FOR SALADS ■ LIBBY'S ■ JUS 25c aCUT BEETS 5 g No. 2 Can 10c 5 CARNATION or PET M ILK 3 LARGE OCr CANS Ow I CH 21c - m 3i® [ No. 2 Can eas 23c 52F0R 25cg DEL MONTE ■ SPINACH E GERBER'S Baby Food 3 for 20C HUNT'S C.H.B. SWEET PICKLES RITE WAY MEATS ARE DEPENDABLE. WE OFFER THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. YEARLING SHOULDER ROAST LB. 29c HORMEL SLICED BACON LB. 76c ARMOUR'S STAR WHOLE HAMS LB. o 00 Ifl TENDER Rib Chops LB. 49c WISCONSIN CHEESE LB. 51c CAMPBELL'S CHICKEN or CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP 2F0R 29c i TEXSUN—46-oz. Can...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Page 10, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 11,1947 Carl S. Smith Named By County As Tax Assessor, Collector Picked by the commissioners' court of Harris County Friday to succeed the late Jim Glass as assessor and collector of taxe3 was Carl S. Smith of 3833 Rice Boule- vard. The 38-year-old former head of the assessing department will be responsible for the assessing and collecting of some $10,000,000 in taxes yearly. Mr. Smith announced that he does not plan any major innova- tions in what ha3 been termed one of the most important offices in the county. He was sworn in by District Judge William M. Hol- land. Say you saw it in the Times. Right Here - - - In The Village AUTO PAINTING BODY REBUILDING Skilled Workmen — Quick Service WE USE DUPONT DUCO LACQUERS FORDS CHEVROLETS PLYMOUTHS $8500 i&gfs proportion Superior Paint & Body Service 5913 KIRBY DRIVE madison 2-7011 TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY Have You Considered EYE GLASSES for CHRISTMAS? FOR APPOINTMENT PH...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Thursday, December 11,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11, Section Two Post Oak Road Residents Protest Taxes Levied Against T' -ir Property By Bellaire Owners of property on Post Oak Road, north of Bissonnet, faced with the prospect of paying city taxes on their property for the irst time, threatened to "secede from Bellaire." Many of them claim that they had never been notified of their properties' inclusion into the city. One member, V. T. Moore of Post Oak Road, told the council that, al- though he was a member of the group that petitioned the city for admission, "he was sorry he did He said that the city had improvements in the area, garbage service, no sewage or ter lines and had no right to tax the property which was included in the city of Bellaire until it had been in the city for one year. RENT-IT CENTER Floor Sander and Edger Furniture Sander Floor Polishers Car Polishers TRAILER Skilsaw Ladders Drop Cloths Paint Spray Guns Caulking Gun Paste Table RADIOS Movie Projector Titli...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Page 12, Section Two They are never alone who are When the heart is afire, som accompanied with noble thoughts, sparks will fly out of the mouth. SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 11,1947 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, Owner# CONGRATULATIONS "Rite Way FOOD MARKET On Your Formal Opening Bellaire Should Be Happy To Have The Rite Way System of Food Merchandising MAKE AK 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 free < WATTS WOOD SPECIALTIES PAUL S. WATTS, Owner 5903 Goforth H. 2310 — Nights: M. 2-3223 State Health Officer Says Sleep Is Necessary For Good Health Sleep is a necessity of life and health, according to Dr. Geo. W. Cox, State health of...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Thursday, December 11,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13, Section Two When ironing, remember that double thicknesses such as hems, collars ami cuffs should be ironed first on the wrong side, then on the right. Leave about an inch of top on carrots when preparing them for grating. This serves as a button on which to hold while grating the car- rots and prevents fingers from get- ting too close to the grater. Intl ad of laps on very fine material, sew them to a piece of silk tape and whip the tape along the hem where the snaps arc need- ed. Prevents snaps from cutting through when garment is ironed. To remove smoke from a room quickly, dip a towel in vinegar and hot water (equal parts) wring out, and whirl it gently over the head about the room. Visit FLOWERLAND for Quality ROSES These are fine bushes, fresh from the field, carefully handled and never allowed to dry. All the best true to name standard vari- eties, bushes and climbers at this very low price. 60c FLOWERLAND One-Stop Garden...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 December 1947

Page 14, Section Two SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 11,1947 REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Bvrnes nope, irs iiiVitfllf/ JITTER its' an anti-pest invention when a salesman gets h|s foot in the poor.thpow the switch and,presto shock/ dawgowe, evepytiwe > susie has a party she borrows mrs. mc nettle'S best /I By Arthur Pointer your job's done—" Georgie asked "At your age? With the young ones steppin' in—and the veterans —needin' " "Let me tell you something— the Good Lord meant man to take care o' this world o' his as long as he's atop the earth. There's jobs for all. When you're through with one, look for another. I'm going out and find me something —there ain't going to bo any job too small—" "Have it your way," says Geor- That's what I've done. MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher WELL, Y KE'S NOT A BAD N now i come \ well MUTT, <?AN MY TWIN BROTHER, OULIUS, STAY WITH US WHILE HE'S IN TOWN? / 1 WHY? GUY To HAVE AROUND, MUTT AND HE'S VERY AMUSING) JULIUS AMUSE MUTT.' OUT LIKETH S/ You C...

Publication Title: Southwestern Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x