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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 18 December 1947

Thursday, December 18,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 7 A block party for residents of the 3900 block of Tennyson was given in the form of an open house last Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rylander of 3920 Ten- nyson. The affair was a combined celebration of the holiday season and Mr. Rylander's birthday. The Copy Cats held a Christmas party last week in the home of Mrs. C. C. Moore of Bellaire. Home for the holidays to visit her parents, Rev. and Mr3. R. L. Owens of 4316 lone, is Miss Mar- garet Owens. She is a librarian in Austin. Miss Agnes Wingate of 2120 Goldsmith will entertain with a .coke party for a group of her school friends at 10 a. m. Decem- ber 27 in her home. Arriving today from the Abi- lene Christian College is Jean Doran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Basil C. Doran of G330 Mercei*. Jean is an honor student at the school and is a member of the A Cappela Chorus. A party will be given Sunday Fine Upholstering... Years of Experience and Scores of Satisfied Customers is Your...

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

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 18,1947 tlfiCM) i B I G DAYS THURSDAY thru WEDNESDAY ORDER DEC. 18—S I X THRU—B I G DEC. 24—D AYS WINNING And KEEPING FRIENDS Flattering the Sweet Tooth Been thinkin' about a piece of tempting old- fashioned cake lately? We have it . . . we're sure it's just the incentive you need to lick the holiday platter clean. Our Christmas specials? Cookies to strudels—all oven-fresh morning and afternoon. Treat the folks to our pastry. BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED LARGE SIZE—TWO-LAYER XMAS CAKE 1 COCONUT CAKE LAYER j9c APPLE SAUCE FRUIT CAKE iL 59c MINCE MEAT PIES DECORATED XMAS COOKIES TEXAS SWEET OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE " 18c SPRY 3 ™ 1.09 FUNSTEN'S SHELLED PECANS ALWAYS 3V2-Oz. O Or FRESH CAN - J/ IMPERIAL GRANULATED SUGAR 5 sack 45c LIBBY'S MAMMOTH SIZE RIPE OIJVES™^29c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR BROAD BREASTED LULING FOUNDATION tN ADVANCE N TURKEYS HOME MADE PURE PORK SAUSAGE 55c NORTHERN HEAVY BEEF—SQUARE CUT SHOULDER ROAST ° 55c CHOICE BABY BEEF R 0 U N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

SOUTH WESTER 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 14 HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 25, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Many Homes In Section Decorate For Holidays f n % d Mr. Typical of this section are the Christmas decorations on the extei W. A. Hopkins, Jr., of 3714 Plumb. The gaily colored lights, strung : other, lend an air of Christmas cheer to the surroundings. On the rool to climb down the chimney. A southern touch is lent the Hopkins hoi the banana tree. In recent years the Southwestern section, along with River Oaks and McGregor Drive, has becon a showplace at Christmastime. The pride in the community and in its homes is evidenced by the abundani of really outstanding holiday decorations. • of the home of Mr. m one end of the house 1 a spotlig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Page 2, First Section SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 25,1947 S0UTHWE5TER 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 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, DECEMBER 25, 1947 $S£ASOH'S from the publisher and staff GOOSE Best Wishes For A MERRY CHRISTMAS SHOES RED GOOSE SHOES — For Boy« — For Girl 'Half the fun of having feet1 VILLAGE SHOE STORE 2520 Rice Blvd. Hadley 7028 SOUTH MAIN DRIVE-IN THEATRE SHOW TIME 7 P.M. AND 9 P.M. Theatre Schedule PERFECT HEARI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Thursday, December 25, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3, First Section RAMBLING.... Home for the holidays is Roy McDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McDonald of 3717 Plumb. He has been stationed at Fort Ord, California, but after the first of the year will report to New Jersey for a 72-week course with the Army Security Agency. While home, he and his father went to Kerrville on a deer hunting trip. . . . It was a gay party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jean Spencer, 2254 Wroxton Road, Saturday. Stephen celebrated his 11th birth- day with a party for his neigh- borhood friends. . . . Here from the Southern School of Arizona for Boys is Gene Mea- dor, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Meador of 2004 Rice Boulevard.... New homeowners are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cartwright who purchased a brick and tile resi- dence at 5207 Laurel. Mr. Cart- wright is with the Crumpacker Distributing Corporation. . . . Chosen to participate in the Balle Russe de Monte Carlo was Aubyn Byers, daughter of Mrs. Charles C. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Page 4, First Section SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 25,1947 West University Garden Club Sponsors Tree Of Light Ceremony Outdoor Rites Held With Annadele Holm Turning On Lights For Christmas Season Grown taller in the last more than 100 persons on hand to year, the yew tree in front of participate. the West University City Hall T.h? °P««d with the was the scene for the annual J 1 ee of Light ceiemonies Fll- dele Holm, granddaughter of Mrs. day night with a crowd of E. G. Holm, president of the West 0%STM(Vs f 0 A11^ * _ STEEL ARBORS — GRILL WORK — BALCONIES STEEL HANDRAILS — STAIRWAYS — PORCHES TEX-WELD, INC. 3905 Bellaire Blvd. Madison 2-8475 A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR MILLIGAN AUTO SERVICE Prompt, Courteous Service 6011 KIRBY DRIVE LEHIGH 1458 J. R. MILLIGAN Bethlehem. From left to right on platform the shephe Buddy Reed. The angels in the front of the tableau a The group was under the direction of Mrs. J. G. Pyle ains of "White Christmas," in the ba, ed the thr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Thursday, December 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5, First Section Let's Get Acquainted ' v mmm&m A popular man around these parts is James L. Williams, who was city secretary-engineer of West University Place until he re- signed early this year to go into private business. He is now a partner in the firm of Brogan and Williams, general contractors. Jimmy was born in Macon, Georgia, and his soft drawl bears testimony to his Southern herit- age. The date was March 9, 1906. He graduated in civil engineering from Georgia Tech. Moving to Houston in 1928, he was in and out of the city until 1932 when he went to Edna as city manager. From 1942 to 1946 he was a lieu- StASON Of Cteraal ☆ ☆ HOLIDAY GREETINGS ☆ ☆ WAGNER HARDWARE & GARDEN SUPPLY 2531 UNIVERSITY J. 2-0233 "Mrs. Santa Claus" Will Be Honored By Hollywood Broadcast Recognition of her community services has come from Tom Bren- eman, master of ceremonies on Breakfast in Hollywood, who this Wednesday will present Mrs. L. F. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Page 6, First Section SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 25,1947 quirements. Before she left, Santa j handed her a bright red apple. "What do you want Santa to do : now?" her mother asked. j Going to New Orleans for a holi- | day visit are Mr. and Mrs. E. C. In weal or woe, under all condi- tions, the cheery Merry Christ- mas comes to the surface. It's natural in mankind. Everyone ap- preciates a hearty Yuletide greet- ing—and so, to all our friends, we add our wish for a MERRY CHRISTMAS BLASSNGAME DRUG STORE HOMER BLASINGAME, Proprietor 3640 BELLAIRE BLVD. AT EDLOE M. 2 We take this opportunity to thank you for your partonage during the past year, and to wish all our friends a very MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR IN JANUARY, WE WILL MOVE into our fine new location next to the Post Office on Rice Boulevard. NUSSBAUMS FAMOUS NAME SHOES 2427 UNIVERSITY BLVD. HADLEY 9668 Downtown Store —1713 Main Calkins of 5615 Westchester and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grote of 5619 Westchester. The co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Thursday, December 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7, First Section TEEN TALK By CHARLES TAPLEY . . . The spirit of the Christmas 3eason has flowed easily into every nook and corner of our land and now on the Eve of this great celebration we look back on the past week of stupendous prepara- tion and festivity. . . . The Palamar Social Club of Lamar held its annual formal dinner dance at the River Oaks Country Club on last Thursday. Dave Clark and his orchestra pro- vided the music. ... On Friday the Haienonis Club (Choir Club) held its annual formal dance, also at the River Oaks Country Club. . . . Numerous open houses were given and among them was the Irari Social Club whose yearly party was held at the home of Phil Moss, 2246 Glenn Haven. In the receiving line were members of the Irari Royal Court elected ear- lier in the year. . . . Martha Ann Mantooth and Wishing all our customers and friends A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS HEBERT'S BARBER SHOP 1729 Bissonnet J. 2-7841 Peggy Adler were h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Page 8, First Section SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 25,1947 Try the easy way. Use Times Classified Ads. Twenty-one words for only 50c. Phone K. 3-5566. . JOLLY \tistvm BERRY'S CLEANERS HADLEY 2079 2717 BISSONNET Home Demonstrators To Hold Meet Next Monday Postponed due to the fact that the next meeting was scheduled for New Year's Day, the gathering of the Bellaire Home Demonstra- tion Club will take place Monday, January 5. Mrs. Ed. Miller, president, who made the announcement, said that a program has been arranged to feature Mrs. Frances Punchard, County Home Demonstration READ THE TIMES WANT ADS New 1947 Models— • ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS • WASHING MACHINES • RADIOS • FLOOR FURNACES Easy Terms THE AHRENS CO. Decorated For Season V .TIDINGS OF GREAT JOYi firalmas A MERRY CHRISTMAS MAY THE SPIRIT OF THE FIRST CHRISTMAS GLADDEN YOUR HEARTS THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON THE MATERNITY MART Rice Boulevard Shopping Center 2522 Rice Boulevard In The Village Phone J. 2-2048 Also Lincoln Roa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Thursday, December 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9, First Section * * &ttendwi BELLAIRE BAPTIST F. A. TIPPEN, Pastor Wednesday 7:3® p.i BELLAIRE METHODIST BELLAIRE PRESBYTERIAN EDWIN ALBRIGHT, Pastor Vnrship 11:00 a.is CHURCH OF THE HOLY GHOST CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS ☆ ☆ ROWOL BETTER TAILORS I. W. ROTH, Owner 309 Travis Street ROLLAND L. MIESEL, Pai iday School « rning Worship I( 'lay: "The Christmas Story." STANLEY L. i PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) Beilaire City Hall R. B. EHLERS, Pastor Vorshlp RICE TEMPLE BAPTIST Greenbriar at Southsate 1 WHEELESS, Pastor WEST UNIVERSITY METHODIST Mil University Blvd. BASCOM N. MERCHANT, Past lornlng Worship . fotith Fellowship Evening WorsUp . Mid week Prayer S Wednesday ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN West University Elementary School MALCOLM PURCELL, Pastor ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL 3816 Beilaire Blvd. J. LAWRENCE PLUM LEY, Pastor und.iy School 9:00 nnd 11:00 a.i lorning Worship 11:00 a.i ounij People's Service ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Page 10, First Section SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 26,1947 Dancing Studio Gives Parties For Children of the Emmamae Horn School of dancing at 6620 Main were entertained with a party Tuesday. Children from three to eight years old had a celebration starting at 10:30 a. m. and the older children had theirs at 3 p. m. Leroy, the ventriloquist, enter- tained the youngsters as they gathered round tho Christmas tree. Mrs. Horn announced that the studio will be closed from Christmas through January 5. Mrs. Camille Hill and Mrs. Horn of the dancing school were chosen to be on the teaching faculty at the state convention of the Texa3 Association of Dance Teachers. The convention will be held in the Baker hotel in Dallas, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. There ought to be a course in school that teaches people to read the handwriting on the wall. Qcrt'y ahristmosro^ SINCERE GREETINGS and thanks for your acceptance of our flowers *So-&acf S&ofc 2406 RICE BOULEVARD Village Medical...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Thursday, December 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11, First Section '! 4 * Local Cub Scouts Make Christmas Trees For Hospitals d by St. Marks Episcopal Church, held k, at which party 1 Cub Pack 34, presented the mir Boys of the pack are shown above with the trees they made in the background. They are (left to right): Back row, Glenn Bruner, Peter Almy, Bill Brogan. Phillip Agnew, Jack Douglas, Jimmy Barnett, Charles Knapp, John Simpler, Harris Milam, Jimmy Tylaska, Lynn Johnson, David Dannenbaum, John Benson, Jon Bert McElreath, Paul Coffey, Steve Boone, Garland Sparks. Center row, Bobbie Meyer, Jr., Sam Olsen, Don Robinson, Ronnie French, Jerry Gready, Robin Isaacs, Roy Mattocks, Ted Tylasha, Tommy Blackstock, Jerry Lott, Charles Hillis, Jimmy Dean, Le Roy Wheeler, Joe Johnson, Jim Bob Goeman, Mike Hudgens, Jimmy Meadows, Tracy Word III, Ralph Ben- son, Harrison Wagner. Front row, Tom aid Crow, Billy Ma, , Stu Abbreviation, Xmas, Originated In Greece There has been much unfavor- a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Page 12, First Section SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 25,1947 Gulf Oil Company Will Construct Laboratory Unit Will Be Built At Kirby Drive And Wroxton Road n Section Another oil company has decided that this section is ideal for a lab- buildin Kirby and W With th th labo 135 by 65 fe the Gulf Buildin atory, making this the fourth company to move into this local- p EVERYBODY and a HAPPY NEW YEAR BLADES SHOE SERVICE "Your Neighborhood Shoe Repair Shop" 2529 UNIVERSITY K.3-5636 "Gulf Oil Corporation announced this week that a contract had been let to R. E. Sullivan to erect a laboratory building which will rep- resent an investment of $300,000 The building will contain the Gulf Oil Corporation's chemical and geological labs, the soil test- ing lab of the company's civil en- gineering department and will in- corporate the latest in laboratory designs. Walls will be of glazed tile and floors of rubber tile in the build- | ing which will be located at the corner of Kirby drive and ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Thursday, December 25, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13, First Section Local Resident Plans To Build Pool hi - jr1,' ■ 1 A--- -i-'Ji.-1 ■'r~' i I"Li__ it CLASSIFIED be built on the corner of Kelvin and Quenby. MERRY CHRISTMAS! RICE BLVD. of Bill Abernathy. The pool will mea.ure 25 by will be limited to 200 fomilie,. Miss Shakespeare To Construct Unit At Kelvin and Quenby LlStaShE! entfre fee "of $145°at SERVICE COMES FIRST' Operated by JOE O'TELLE 2503 RICE BLVD. built at the corner of Kelvin and Quenby and will be limited to 200 members. Memberships are trans- ferable upon leaving the pool and annual fee3 after the $100 initia- tion sum are $25 for maintenance. The other $20 is for federal taxes. t SALE: STORKLINE, three-way hi| r; good circulating heater, 30,000 HT1 e ^dutch oven. Reasonably price 2 FLASH PHOTOGRAPHER: Cor a, M. 2-8500. FURNISHED ROOM within stance of The Village by Times' Call K. 3-55*6. K. 3-5566, 8 to 4:30. for ■*$a' FOUND: COLLIE DOG. M. 2-2271. ESSES® 5•Sf'iSS...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Page 14, First Section SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 25,1947 REG'LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes One of the most charming Yule- i tide chucklers concerns the pig- : tailed young3ter who found a pin- 1 cushion among her other gifts on Christmas morning. The little girl then placed this note near the fire- place: "Dear Santa: Thank you very much for your presents. And I always wanted a pin-cushion, al- though not very much." AUtyMOM'. I ONL>/ PUT EM ON \ For a reminoer.' now you're J GOIN' TO MAKE ME FORGET / MV ROLLER SKATIN' DATE , J IgsS WITH ZOO Lie TOMORRER?^ SNITCHER Christmas Greetings (,c*e. & ByRfOcs JITTER By Arthur Pointer Plumbing Fixtures E. BETTENCOURT 2522 Bissonnet K. 3-3993 MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher well what do trev keep in RAT Boxes/ - AND S WHAT Do THEY KEEP IN BOOK CASES? jeff. how are OH, I DUN NO! BUT I'M TWO Ye AR SOLDER THAN .JULIUS MY TWIN BROTHER TWO YEARS OLDER? YOU CAN'T BE TWINS YOU'RE TWO YEARS IT CAN OLDER' 1 H oh.yeh we're tw/ns all right H...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Thursday, December 25,1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15, First Section Bill Gebhard, Jr., Back From Service, Tells Of Post-war Life In Occupied Japan What is life like in the occupa- tion forces in Japan? The former enlisted man, Wil- liam J. "Bill" Gebhard, Jr., who livea with his parents at 6448 Buffalo Speedway, returned from Japan early this month after be- ing a member of the occupation force3 for 11 months. "Bill," a St. Thomas graduate, said that the American forces there swap Japanese money among themselves at a great difference MERRY CHRISTMAS To My Many Friends and Customers J. Arthur Brown Dealer For Fuller Brushes Office F. 0400, Res. J. 2-2170 from the exchange offered by the Finance department of the Army. "Where the Finance Office of- fers 15 Japanese yen for a dollar, the ordinary rate of exchange among the occupying forces is 100 yen to the dollar," he stated. But, he explained, the cigarette is the base of trading. American troops are paid in script which, "doesnt lo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Page 1G, First Section SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 25,1947 'TH&viy May Old Saint Nick furnish your home with the most joyous Christmas blessings . . . The happiest of holidays to you and yours WILLIAM H. LEVY BESSIE TRIOLA EDDIE NOAK JOSEPH DUHON, JR. WM. SAXON FRED ARDENEAUX VALLYE VITEK RUTH RIMES SAM YEAGER SAM TRIOLA WM. McKENZIE SAM DiBELLO JOEL LEVY HOWARD FERRELL CHARLOTTE GENO OTHA MIZE JOSEPHINE DiBELLO FERMAN HARDING ROBERTA DANEK ANNIE MACHAC KATHRYN BREWER EMIL PETERS - &ol<nect - HOWARD SHEPHERD EDDIE FELDER EDDIE HUNT JESSIE FELDER J. B. JACKSON HORACE LOVE GOVERNOR JENKINS FRANK YOUNG OTIS YOUNG WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF FOOD ITEMS FOR YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS HOLIDAY COMPANIONS Our expert bakers are baking as fast as they can to serve you our de luxe holiday treats. CRANBERRY SAUCE ." 18' TEXAS SWEET JUICY ORANGES 2-31 m Houston's Finest Broad ^ Breasted Tom | TURKEYS| 55c S P R Y 3 1 09 1 ARMOUR'S—JASMINE—NEUHOFF'S HAMS LIBBY'S MAMMOTH SIZE RIPE OLIVES ™ 29...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

SECTION TWO SDUTHWESTER CHRISTMAS EDITION 25,1947 HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 1, Second Section I lie A/leaning Of Christmas By Rev. Edwin W. Albrighe, of Advent is one Christ was born here. If men ever thought that life here was futile, self-defeating, a maze of wander- y ing from despair to despair to in- , evitable death, they can think so no longer. Ours is not that kind of world. It is the kind of world in which the sick can h« healed, and sin forgiven, and It is the kind of the dead raised. querors" through Him who lovec them and gave Himself for them. : to put it out, Word of God power and great glory. We belong there, with him, on the side of vants of God, "cast away the us the armor of Hght now in" the time of this mortal life in which our Lord Jesus Christ came to visit U3 in great humility." Let us begin to rebuild the world. There are men enslaved by fierce passions who must be re- leased from them and men in dun- geons to be set free. There are for the dawn of that day which wi...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 25 December 1947

Page 2, Second Section SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, December 25,1947 Legends Of Holly Many beliefs are connected with the Christmas holly: Legends relate that the crown of thorns was plaited from the holly, the white berries turning red like drops of blood after the crucifixion. It is said that whoever brings the holly into the house first, either husband or wife, i3 the one who will rule in the ensuing year. For many years the superstition persisted that holly was hateful to witches. It was placed on d and windows to keep out evil spirits. That's Reasoning Teacher: "Do you know why the little chickens come out of the eggs, Tommy?" Tommy: "They know they'd get cooked if they stayed inside." a h MAY THE SPIRIT OF THE FIRST CHRISTMAS GLADDEN YOUR HEARTS THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON 5candl0c PUGH'S $1 and up In The Village 2415 RICE BLVD. LEHIGH 0049 AYYS rANT ADS EXPERIENCED Baby-Sitter. Ref Even the weather couldn't get me down. It was raining and told, the streets filthy with mud, torn to ...

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