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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 October 1944

October 12,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 SOUTHAMPTON GARDENERS The Southampton Garden Club will meet October 19 at 10 a. m. at the home of Mrs. S. B. McCall, 2345 Tangley Road. Mrs. Guy Smith will speak on "Still Life." Bellaire Kindergarten Ages 3 to 6 Years M. 2-3868 5212 Spruce MRS. F. I). McCRACKEN ALLBRITTON'S CAFETERIA "A Good Place to Eat" 2529 Rice Blvd. Hadley 0066 Mrs. V. 0. Poole, 2444 Sheridan Road, was honoree at a luncheon at the style show in the Empire Room Tuesday when Mrs. Neal Polk en- tertained in celebration of Mrs. Poole's birthday. Guests included, beside the honor guest and hostess, Mrs. E. M. Beale and Mrs. Alan Dalrymple. Mrs. A. I. Lack, 2212 Glen Haven Blvd., has returned from a summer spent in New York and Canada with her daughter, Miss Fredelle Lack. Most of the time was spent in Elizabethtown, N. Y., where Miss Lack has been preparing for a con- For Appealing Styles in FINE DIAMONDS Try BLUM'S "Fine Jewelry and Gifts" 6621 S. Main Hadley 6711 WAGNER'S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 October 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 12, 1944 RnmBunG.... It's the first grandchild for Mr. und Mrs. J. M. Dulaney, 3001 Tang- ley, and they certainly are the proud grandparents. A fine eight- pound, 15-ounce boy was born to their daughter, Mrs. E. G. Ogle, Oc- tober 3. Lieutenant Ogle is a pilot in combat training and is stationed at Mountain Home, Idaho. . . . Congratulations to Lt. (j. g.) Tal- Want a Watch For Today and Tomorrow? Try BLUM'S 6624 S. Main Hadley 6711 lulah Peckham Hinds, recently pro- moted to that rank. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hinds, 6120 Buffalo Speedway, and is stationed at the United States naval air station, Alameda, Cali- fornia, where she is assistant trans- portation and rationing officer. . . . Mrs. P. W. Schumacher of 3619 Robinhood had as her guest last week her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Broussard, formerly Miss Irene De Rosier. Mrs. Broussard is making her home in Fort Worth now that Major Broussard is stationed at the Fort Worth Army Air Base. Inci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 October 1944

October 12,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES AZALEA GROUP The Azalea group of the Garden Club of West University Place met at the home of Mrs. P. W. Schu- macher, October 4. Mrs. S. E. Ber- ing of the Crepe Myrtle Club of Park Place gave a talk on "The Planting and Culture of Bulbs." Two new members, Mrs. W. S. Lightbourn and Mrs. E. A. Witter, were welcomed. Apartment Wanted If you have a small apartment to rent and want refined, fltcariy tenants, call Mr. or Mrs. L. A. Wagner, owners of Bar- bara Jean Beauty Salon, 2414 University Blvd., next to the Village Theatre. K. 3-3390 BLASINGAME DRUG STORE Prescription Druggists Ilomer Blasingaine, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 LOVELY TO LOOK AT... Is he coming in on furlough? Let us give your hair new glamour. Head-line hair-dos . . . page- boys, chignon., feather-swirls, flat- tops ! Make your appointment now! Steam Baths and UNIVERSITY BEAUTY SHOP 2511 University !M?88g§S^ Knitted woolens and wool dresses and skirts washed by hand...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 October 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 12, 1944 VOL MICKIE'S yf Ci Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday COFFEE ms BAKERY "The Taste Tells the Difference'' COFFEE CAKE 'c „ 27 lemon cream CAKE Fresh Lemon Filling 31c Each FOLGERS:, 29 SUNSWEET (Not Rationed) PRUNE JUICE & 26c LIBBY'S FruitCocktail No. 2V2 Cans (80 Blue Points) c 33« BAMA calif. sunkist sweet juicy Oranges 2 Doz. 29 extra fancy washington jonathan Apples 2,18 25' california firm 2 Lbs. c Tomatoes 25 yellow firm Onions 2L delicious home made POTATO SALAD 17c Lb Apple Butter js°* 22c specials-- PMUM " ' 19 14-lb. Box Woodbury's LOTION 40z- 17r Bottle 1 I v tex sun grapefruit GOLD MEDAL "KITCHEN TESTED" ENRICHED - 26C FLOUR it 49c Juice 2 "I- 25c CHEESE 2- 19° philadelphia "breakfast of champions" Wheaties 2 • 19' PARD 3— 29c BLEACH ps 10c sure" fire Matches 6 Boxes 19c p ROAST Lb. 25* SARATOGA BONELESS Lamb Chops 49' FRESH CALF Tongues FRESH Ground Veal Lb. 25' Lb. 23 peter pan peanut Butter r; 29c green island Peas 2 ci2 28...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 October 1944

' Volume 1—Number 4 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 19, 1944 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year | New School Building Draws Highest f Enrollment For St. Vincent De Paul With the new building of St. Vin- j cent De Paul School at 3309 Bel- laire Boulevard in use for more than a month, Father J. D. Con- nolly, parish priest, attributes the highest enrollment during the three years of operation of the school to the splendid facilities available. During that time enrollment has I doubled, and additional students are * sought only for the lower grades. The new building, completed for this year's school opening, is a one- story brick and hollow tile, rein- forced structure, and is well lighted and heated. The two frame build- ings in which the school met last year now serve as the cafeteria, where hot lunches are available. Total cost of the construction was between $35,000 and $40,000, Father Connolly said. Students of the school are drawn Garden Study Club Installs Officers Mrs. E. B. Younger n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 October 1944

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 19, 1944 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area by the Sentinel Publishing Company IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor Burt Rule Sports Editor A. Lee Burge Staff Artist Chas. G. Crocker Staff Photographer (Application for entry as second-class matter is pending.) Advertising Rates On Request 2013 Second National Bank Building, Houston 2, Texas Phone Preston 8291 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 19, 1944 What Can We Give? "I bragged about the money and work I gave to the war, until I met a man who gave a leg." That remark, made last week by a person donating to the Harris County War Chest, is an editorial in itself. The truth is that all we can give is very little when com- pared with the sacrifices made by the men on the battle- fronts. Our money—our time—is nothing when other men are gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 October 1944

October 19,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES West University Boy Wins Promotion Charles W. Leavitt, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Samuels, 3128 Quenby, early this month was pro- moted to captain in the Army Air Corps, based in Italy. Capt. Leavitt enlisted in the Air Forces at El- lington Field in November, 1941, and was later transferred to Mid- land, where he received his wings in July, 1942, and was made a first lieutenant in April 1943. He acted as bombardier instructor at Mid- land and Big Spring from August, 1942, until November, 1943. Until early in May, 1944, he was sta- tioned at various air fields through- the United States before going overseas. Capt. Leavitt has been awarded the Air Medal and Distin- guished Flying Cross for merito- HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP Furniture, Fans, Toasters, Vacuum Cleaners, ctc., Repaired. Quick, Dependable Service 6117 KIRBY DRIVE Next to Bank (OLD WAVES HAIR STYLING by MALE STYLING EXPERT Bring out your Ben INDIVIDUAL PERSONALITY Machine and Machineless PER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 October 1944

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 19, 1944 Letter To Editor Comments On Post- War Paving Project To The Editor: The article on the proposed pav- ing plan in the October 5th issue of the TIMES is very gratifying in that we know that some definite planning is being done toward re- pairing the streets of West Univer- sity Place. Although the commenc- ing time of the actual paving was Hiot indicated, it is certainly hoped ^hat this will be expedited as much as possible. I would like to make a sugges- POPULAR BRANDS WHISKEY NOW IN STOCK Imported Rums, Brandies Imported and Domestic Gin Outstanding Assortment of Domestic and Imported Wines VILLAGE PACKAGE STORE 2437 UNIVERSITY Lehigh 7100 tion to the Post-War Committee re- garding the second recommendation in the above mentioned article, which has reference to whom shall bear the expene of paving. The plan seems to be well thought out in that it provides bet- ter thoroughfares for most of the residents with a given amount of concrete pavi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 October 1944

October 19, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES PUPILS HEAR SYMPHONY A ten-minute sound motion pic- ture of symphony music was pre- sented before students of West Uni- versity Elementary School in six groups Monday. "In this way we find out which pupils enjoy symphony music," Clarence Orman, principal, said. "If a child cannot enjoy a ten-minute reel of symphony music, he cer- tainly would not enjoy an hour pro- gram. We suggest that those who take a real interest in the 'test per- formance' attend the symphony concerts this winter." I ALLBRiTTON'S CAFETERIA "A Good Place to Eat" 2529 Rice Blvd. Iladley 0066 Zindler Family Well Represented In Army Top row, left to right: Corporal Warren M. Zindler, 20, serving in France; Cadet Kenneth Wayne Zindler, 17, attending the Uni- versity of Oklahoma's govern- ment college; Pvt. Sterling M. Zindler, 26, with the infantry overseas. Bottom row, left: Cor- poral A. B. Zindler. Jr., 28, over- seas, and Marvin H. Zindler, 23, formerly in the Marine Corps, no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 October 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 19, 1944 BULOVAS Ladica' tiq 1C Men's Watches yw« J J Watches A complete line of men's water-proof, shock-proof, non • magnetic, stainless ond hand watches—17 Jewels. $49.75 A /etc Alarm Clocks, to,y Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing. BLUM'S 6624 S. Main Hadley 6741 SPORTS DIGEST By Burt Rule Last week-end football results for the homefront forces could be likened to life generally—a pattern of ups and downs. The "downs," it must be observed, however, weaved VILLAGE THEATRE Keystone 3-6371 "TAMP ICO" EDWARD G. ROBINSON "HENRY ALDRICH PLAYS CUPID" First Chapter New Serial "WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER" UNIVERSITY AUTO SERVICE S. O. Shields MAGNOLIA PRODUCTS—ROAD SERVICE—BATTERY SERVICE 2540 University at Kirliy Drive Phone J. 2-9649 Listings In Southwestern Houston. If you have prop- erty to sell in this vicinity we promise you a quick sale at the highest possible price. DUFFY REALTY CO. 2517 University Blvd. Hadley 8157 the greater portion of the pattern. The hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 October 1944

October 19, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES "Social Notes" Miss Ruth Huwieler, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Huwieler, 3704 Farbar, has been named honoree at a num- ber of festivities celebrating her engagement and approaching mar- riage to Radioman First Class Wil- ber Harlan of the Navy. The wed- ding will take place at Bering Memorial Church the evening of November 3. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charier Harlan, 6614 Bel- mont, and is serving as an instruc- tor at Lake City, Florida, after two years' service overseas. Mrs. W. E. Souchek and Mrs. F. A. Huwieler are entertaining with a miscellaneous shower at Mrs. Souchek's home, 5407 Brae Burn, October 21; Mrs. S. A. Chamblee and Miss Maurine Chamblee will give a party for her October 28; Mrs. Albert Olson is to honor her with a shower, and Mrs. Wilkie Manning and Mrs. Frank Johnson Houston Distilled Water Co. Pure Drinking Water Is Your Protection Against Disease and III Health Notice to Property Owners of This District If you are contemplating...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 19 October 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 19, 1944 am Mickie's Bakery Specials! "The Taste Tells The Difference" FULL LINE OF CAKES . COOKIES ROLLS SPECIALS FOR THREE BIG DAYS THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY BAMA PURE Not Rationed C Apricot Preserves-0 25 QUALITY MAINE 2 Red Points Each 0%. m n ■% I il r ^ O Size AAr NEW CROP TEXAS MARSII SEEDLESS SARDINES 3 23c Grapefruit 5 29 TEXAS SWEET JUICY RANCH STYLE BEANS 3 - 25' Oranges 5 1 33' and Save DRUG SPECIALS LOTION 50c Size TRUSHAY .... 33c 70% RUBBING ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL Pint Bottle jjc U. S. No. 1 RED Potatoes 5" 19' FRESH FIRM TENDER Cucumbers _ _ _ _ _ GEDIIARDT'S DEVILED Beet Bound 45' Sandwich Spread 3 sr 25 BREAST OF c H CHIU PEPPER FLAVORED VEAL L 18c Tomato Catsup 12-Oz. \ Fc Bottle ^ ^ VEAL POT READY-TO-EAT CEREAL ROAST - 25c Cheeri Oats O Large O C ^ Boxes VEAL CLUB STEAK 39c COFFEE Admiration SOAP CAMAY GARDEN PATCH WHOLE KERNEL CORN FRESH GULF TROUT 39c Lb. (Tc Bag.... 4f Q Bars IQC For 0 Vacuum 4 EC £,r.ans f '

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 October 1944

astefoi times PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number ! HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 2f>, 1944 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year West University Polities In Spotlight As Election Day Nears With 12 days remaining berfore votes will be cast in the West Uni- versity Place bi-annual election, candidates are busy these days passing out campaign cards and ac- quainting: the voters with their platforms. In the race for mayor are Dr. A. L. Kerbow, incumbent, and Jimmie Harmeling, mayor pro tcm and commissioner. The nine candidates for the four commission- ers' places are: Wayland R. Han- cock, W. H. Randolph, Henry Car- roll Scoggins, Jim Dunnington, Ferd Rieger, C. A. Nees, L. J. Martin, L. F. Hilty and Jack M. Ogg. Pictures and statements of . X the first four were presented last week and the other five appear below. FERD RIEGER Ferd Rieger was born in New Or- leans 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 October 1944

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 26, 1944 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area by the Sentinel Publishing Company IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor Burt Rule Sports Editor A. Lee Burge Staff Artist Chas. G. Crocker Staff Photographer (Application for entry as second-class matter is pending.) Advertising Rates On Request 2013 Second National Bank Building, Houston 2, Texas Phone Preston 8291 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 26, 1944 Teen-Age Canteen Proposed For Area Dozens of young people in Southwestern Houston have thought about, and wished for, a wholesome recreation center where they could gather, dance, and have fun. Two ener- getic and enthusiastic youngsters living in West University Place have decided to do something about it. And the South, western Times is anxious to help them. Jacqueline Dobsky of 3910 Am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 October 1944

October 26, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Leaves For School Miss Betty Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil G. Moore of 2707 Tangley, will leave Tuesday for Fort Worth, where she will enter Texas Christian University as a freshman. Miss Moore is a graduate of Lamar High School. Phone R. H HARRIS II. 3-0202, Davs 3-6470, after « I\ M. Ail Listings Given Personal Attention— Four Representatives to serve you. • Sales -- Appraisals • ROY A. COCHRAN REALTY CO. 2519 RICE BLVD. Dny Phono, Koy ioii 3-(i094 *i«ht Phone, Mmlison 2-'|n78 New Schools— (Continued from Page 1) in 1925 and nine frame shacks. This school has grown from an enroll- ment of 60 in 192(3 to 1280 in 1944. The John Pershing Junior High consists of two brick buildings, for classrooms and one for a gym- nasium, built in 1928, and five frame classroom buildings, serving G60 pupils. Condit Elementary School in laire has two small brick buildings, one built in 1914 and the other 1924, and one temporary shack for an enrollment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 October 1944

Pago 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 26, 1944 0^T * £7WJf ^4TI Notice to Property Owners of This District the •cal 1,11 si HOUSES BOUGHT AND SOLD HOUSES APPRAISED HOUSES REPAIRED HOUSES FINANCED Give Us a Trial West University Place Building & Really Co. "Social Notes'- Seaman Sccond Class Roswell £. King, Jr.. is homo for a few days leave from Ran Diego, California. He is the son of Lieut. Commander and Mrs. King of 2324 Addison Mrs. J. L. Drake, 1965 University Blvd., was hostess at a luncheon at her home last week honoring her I cousins, Lieut, and Mrs. Glen L. Harris, who were in Houston for a few hours on their way to Lieut. Harris' new assignment. Lieut. Har- ris is a pilot of a Flying Fortress and has just completed fifty-one missions in Italy. He has received the Distinguished Flying Cross and several Oak Leaf Clusters. Staff Sergeant James Skelton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Skelton, 3734 Garnet, Southside, is home on a fifteen-day furlough from Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, Cal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 October 1944

s October 26,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 • ,• Candidates— (Continued from Page 1) South Texas Commercial National Bank and later with Gordon-Sewall and Company until 1926. Since then, he has been with the Houston Oil Company. He is director, vice- president and chairman of the credit board of the Houston Oil Employees' Federal Credit Union. With his wife and two sons, Mr. Nees lives at 4025 Swarthmore. The boys, Buddy, 14, and Jimmy, nine, are pupils in West University Place public schools. Mr. Nees is a mem- ber of the West University Meth- odist Church. L. J. MARTIN L. J. Martin has resided in the City of West University Place for more than 17 years, is married and has two daughters, is a home own- er, and lives at 6428 Westchester. He is a member of St. Mark's Episcopal Church. For approxi- mately four years, he served as Judge of the Corporation Court of the City of West University Place. HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP e, Fans, Toasters, Vacuum Cleaners, etc., Repaired. Quick, Dependable...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 October 1944

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 26, 1944 SPORTS DIGEST By Burt Rule Being an amateur contortionist of parts we gave ourself three re- sounding pats on the hack last Sat- urday night when all the scores were in. The reason: all of our pre- dictions of the previous week on local games were fulfilled. Rice beat S.M.U. by "a comfortable but not sizeable margin," the high POPULAR BRANDS WHISKEY NOW IN STOCK • Imported Rums, Brandies e Imported and Domestic Gin Outstanding Assortment of Domestic and Imported Wines VILLAGE PACKAGE STORE 2437 UNIVERSITY Lehigh 7100 school winners were Reagan, Jeff Davis and Lamar, and St. Thomas did as we said it would by "adding another public school to its victory belt." The quotes are ours from last week's column. The Owl-Mustang contest was as colorful and exciting a gridiron struggle as one could wish to see. It was worth the trouble, strain and worry many of the thousands who attended had to experience in order to arrive on the scene of ac- tion. Ju...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 October 1944

October 26,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 t Brae Burn Youth Killed In Navy Plane Crash Ens. Roland F. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wylie C. Johnson of 5204 Brae Burn, was killed in a plane crash near San Diego, Octo- ber 17, according to word received by the family from the Navy De- partment. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson returned from a visit to their son in California, October 18, just 30 minutes after the telegram an- nouncing his death had arrived. A graduate of the University of Just Received! Peat Moss Onion Sets Grass Hooks Screen Door Grills Cynogas Gas Hose and Heater Radiants Du Pont Paints Money Orders Sold WARK HARDWARE & PLUMBING CO. 2706 Bissonnet Street Tel. Hadley 1844 Texas law school, Ensign Johnson enlisted in the Navy in 1942. He ad in the Pacific war theatre learly a year and was awarded the Air Medal. His father is man- ager for the J. C. Penney Store in Houston, a director of the Houston Chamber of Commerce and vice- president of the Houston Fat Stock Show and Live...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 26 October 1944

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 26, 1944 / SHOPMK* '/ (\ N del haven texas—Not Rationed Grapefruit Juice PHILLIPS DELICIOUS—Not Rationed Pork & Beans 2 s .2 25c TEXAS STANDARD—20 Points Each TOMATOES 3 25c VAL VITA Mixed Fruit <t2M 29c Chopped Peaches and Pears CLAPP'S INSTANT CEREAL Oatmeal 2 OR 25° Crisco 67c DUZ OR 0XYD0L a 23< YOUNG TENDER GREEN BEANS 2"25c FRESH-DUG RED NEW Potatoes 5ll19c RED FIRM TOKAY GRAPES 2 "-29c TEXAS SEEDLESS SWEET JUICY Oranges 5"33c EARLY CALIFORNIA Olives r 39° Slnffcd wilh Onion Flavored Melon veal square shoulder Lb. Roast 25' fresh ground VEAL 25" u. s. choice lamu shoulder ROAST u. 25" Weiners u, 33' fresh jumbo SHRIMP l„ 39' "junket" RENNET POWDER 3 Boxes 25c CLEANSER SUNBRITE 3 Cans 13c QUAKER BEST CORN MEAL 20-0z. Box . 9c MISSION SUGAR PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans.,. 25c Mickie's Bakery Specials! "T/ie Taste Tells The Difference" FULL LINE OF CAKES - COOKIES ROLLS Drug Specials pillsbury-s best BAYER's BoUle 100's ENRICHED ASPIRIN .... 49c 3...

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