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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 June 1945

June 14, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Spinster Party Given In Braeswood Home The A. H. Braden home at 2351 Kelving was the scene of a pretty spinster dinner last Thursday eve- ning when Miss Kathleen Braden honored Miss Margaret Vivienne Murch, whose marriage to William John Walden, Jr., was solemnized Saturday evening. White magnolia blossoms were arranged in an antique pottery con- tainer for the centerpiece, flanked by crystal candelabra holding white tapers. Silver wine coolers filled with roses were placed at vantage points about the reception suite. Among the guests were Mrs. H. G. Murch, Mrs. W. J. Walden, mothers of the betrothed couple; Mrs. A. H. Braden, mother of the hostess, and Mrs. Thomas Long of San Antonio. BLASINGAME DRUG STORE AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 New Shipment EXTENSION CORDS SCISSORS WIRE BASKETS PADLOCKS CHICKEN FEEDERS SILK FISHING LINES ALUMINUM PAINT CHARCOAL SPECIAL Lovely Gifts, Ilniiilpiiiiitet...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 14 June 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 14, 1945 iz&ther's r&ronms OJ__ _ ihtrfie 17 SELECT YOUR GROCERIES ON TUESDAY AND FRIDAY FOR FREE DELIVERY MAYFAIR SOUR OR * V . Y A j \ v Dill Pickles 12-Oz. Glass 23c MISSION SLICED PEACHES No. 2Vi Can 25c SUNSWEET Prune Juice Quart Bottle 25c ADMIRATION COFFEE Lb. Jar 30c SEAFARER PINK SALMON Lb. Can 21c SNO-BRITE LONG lj f fl fl O GRAIN II 1 V El Li Lb. Box 25c THREE BIG DAYS Thursday - Fiiday - Saturday BAM A PURE Peanut Butter Not Rationed ^ 19c RANCH STYLE BEANS Not Rationed 3 £l30025C LIBBY'S Tomato luice Only 10 Blue Points trfoz. 25c Can GRADE"A"VEAL Loin Steak > 33c GRADE"A"VEAL Sirloin Roast 30c FRESHLY SLICED Calf Livei < 49c GRADE"A"VEAL Oven Roast 26c FRESH Ground Veal i.b. 29c «* BR « ictoui low Point Meats Lb. 29c MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS Parkerhouse Rolls, doz. . . 12c Cinnamon Rolls, doz. ... 20c GERBER'S STRAINED OR CHOPPED BABY FOOD 4 c 25' SEARCHLIGHT MATCHES 3te„14c "READY TO EAT CEREAL" CHEERI-OATS 2 S2 23c SHORTE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

/44ftG& PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 39 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 21, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Firemen In Bellaire Keep Insurance Low Through the efficiency exhibited by their well-trained volunteer fire department, residents of Bellaire are now enjoying one of the lowest fire insurance rates given any city in Texas, according to Fire Chief Frank J. Weinzel. Bellaire with a population of ap- proximately 1,600 has, in addition to its business buildings and 600 private homes, the responsibility of protecting the Mary Burnett School for Girls, the Sacred Heart Con- vent, Brae Burn Country Club, and a large private home for the aged. Each member of the department realizes the duties and full respon- sibilities of the department and serious in his efforts to know not only how to extinguish fires, but how to prevent their occurring, Chief We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

Page 2 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor LILLIAN DENTON Assistant 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 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 21,1945 Walter Says Americans Softhearted, Suggests Withdrawing Occupation Army We heard M. E. Walter, managing editor of the Houston Chronicle, speak last Thursday evening before some 150 members of the West University Civic Club and their guests. Mr. Walter returned recently from a trip to Europe where, with 17 other newspaper men, he observed the results of Nazi atrocities. Whether or not it was Mr. Walter's intention to soften his audience to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

June 21, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 * Model Bungalow Will Show Fire Hazards In Southside Plaee A demonstration and lecture on fire hazards in the home will be presented in the Southside Place Clubhouse at 8 p. m. July 2 under the auspices of the Southside Fire Department, E. H. Barziza, fire marshal for that city, announces. Assistant Chief Clooney of the Houston Fire Department will speak and use a miniature bunga- low to demonstrate the danger spots that constitute fire hazards in the home. The meeting is open to all resi- dents of the Southwestern section, and Mr. Barziza extended a special invitation to women, stating that they spend most of their time in the home and should be conversant with fire hazards. SAVOY CAFETERIA AND RESTAURANT D. MITCHELL, Manager Open Every Day of the Week WE FEATURE DAILY PLATE LUNCH (Meat, 2 Vegetables, Dessert—50c) T-BONE STEAKS 2529 RICE BLVD. Iladley 0066 Doctors Recommend , Fresh Drugs Compounded Accurately For Your Prescriptions BEN LAWS P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 21,1945 West University Civie CI til) Favors Swimming Pool The city affairs committee of the West University Place Civic Club reported to the membership of the C. R. MUNGER PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Weekly, Monthly and Am 603 Kirby Bid*—Fx. 4815 Spruce, Hcllnire—! FULLER BRUSHES Sales Representative W. S. SMITH club at a meeting in the Commun ity House last Thursday night that they favored the purchase of wooded site for a city park large enough to include picnic grounds and a swimming pool. The com- mittee will refer the recommenda- tion to the City Commission, j The committee was asked to con- t suit with Paul T. McClain, sanita- rian, on the large number of chick- ens and flies in the city. Also referred to the committee for con- sideration was the question as to whether Edloe should be cut through to Bissonnet to relieve traffic on Sunset Boulevard. Meetings will be held the second Thursday of each month in the Community House, the group voted. On the book...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

June 21,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Chancer— (Continued from Page 1) roads made by cancer among the people of Houston and Harris County. "Fight Cancer with Knowledge!" is the slogan on which the present survey by the Citizens Cancer Com- mittee is operating, Dr. Bertner said. When he said, "Fight Cancer with Knowledge," he meant two things. First, educate the public to know what cancer is, how it strikes, that it is nothing to be ashamed of, and that the sooner it is discovered, the greater are chances for recovery. Second, by "Fight Cancer with Knowledge," he Lions Aid Fight Residents of the Southwestern section may further the fight against cancer by contacting any member of the Bellaire Lions Club or the West University Lions Club. A contribution of $1.00 or more en- titles the donor to membership in the American Cancer Society. John J. Tryling is in charge of the work for the Bellaire group, and E. A. Viereck of Mading's in The Village heads the committee for the West Univers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 21, 1945 \ ! (Wlint was the last few weeks, Spring? Whew . . . ) "Look Your Best- Always" UNIVERSITY BEAUTY SHOP tf-OA. Gamfdeie feecuitif S&uMce • EXPERIENCED OPERATORS TO SERVE YOU STEAM BATH AND MASSAGE 2511 University Hodley 1338 RICE BLVD. CLEANERS "In The Village" 2511 Rice Blvd. Lehigh 9511 NEWLY OPENED • QUALITY WORKMANSHIP PERSONAL SUPERVISION Attention to Every Garment • Your Business Appreciated DELIVERY SERVICE L. Golden Protected Fri WHEN YOU SUN THE HELENA RUBINSTEIN WAY Liquid Sunshine. Expose your skin to the good, good sun. liquid sunshine welcomes the sun' rays. Helps you get all its benefits while it encourages a glorious, golden tan. Exotic tropical fragrance. 1.50, .85 Suntan Cream. Guards against sunburn ... drying out and roughening of skin, Protective, non-greasy. Keeps every inch of you smooth as you tan. 1.00 flat Ftdtral J mm PETERSON'S PHARMACY 52p The Village Keystone 3-3646 Hodtler Elected Village Civic Club President ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

I June 21, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 TWO TIMING Lt.: "I'll bet you think twice be- fore leaving that wife of yours alone for the evening." Ensign: "I'll say. First I have to think up an excuse for going out, and then a reason why she can't come." *1lie Neta BOBBY'S CAFE Home Cooked Meals REGULAR J|EC DINNER *13 Also Delicious Short Orders Beer Served with Meals 1723 BISSONNET H. G. WESLEY, Owner J. 2-0311 If pillows are forced into pillow cases that are too small for them the cases will soon wear out. Clean powder puffs are handy for cleaning silverware; use one to apply the polish and another to do the buffing. When making a dress sew the Notice to Property Owners Of This District If you are contemplating sellioir your home or lots get in touch with us at once as we can give you the market price of your property. We have been at thin location for almost 13 years and we know this territory. 23 years in the real estate business. Houses Bought, Sold, Appraised, Repaired, Financed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 21,1945 arteiis "BETTER FOOD FOR LESS** THESE VALUES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND 'TIL 7:30 SATURDAY ★ RATION FREE * SMALL LIMA BEANS 2 20c SALLY ANN Peanut Butter APTESTANDARD TOMATOES l-Lb. Jar No. 2 Can (40 pts.) FOR SANDWICHES, POTTED MEAT | ENRICHED FLOUR LIBBY'S 3 Sfir.Ss 17c I LIGHT CRUST 10 it 47c CALIFORNIA, VINE-RIPENED CANTALOUPES 2Lbs- 17c * RATION FREE HUFF'S No. 300 Cans JUMBO SIZE ARMOUR'S or SWIFT'S, ALL MEAT BOLOGNA CRISPY, SLICED, CHIPS Sweet Pickle RATH'S SLICED LIVER LOAF RIB CUT, 7-INCH CUT, GRADE A BEEF ROAST BEEF CHUCK-BONE-IN , GRADE A, VEAI, STEAK ROAST I'™ ;,,. 26c | SIRLOIN 33c COCONUT MARSHMALLOW DEVIL FOOD 2 Rich Layers, Filled and Frosted with Marshmallow and Topped with Sweet Coconut * RATION FREE * CALIFORNIA BEAUTY PLUMS 2 fi T TPADXTT A CJITMl/'TC3rP Lbs. 29c LALlrUKIN1A oUINlvlol Lemons 2 Doz. 29c CALIFORNIA Cauliflower Per Lb. ■9c CALIFORNIA ICEBERG Lettuce 2 Heads jJ) Jj ^ Per Pound (4 pts.) BEEFSTEAK GRADE A (10 Pts.)...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

June 21, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 i 1 e Village Property Bought By Simmons Ami Stephenson Two building sites in The Village changed hands last week when R. N. Duffy and Frank A. Reinhart, real, estate operators, sold plots in the 2500 block of Rice Boulevard. Each plot is 50 feet wide and ex- tends 240 feet south to Dartmouth. The lots just west of the Rice Boulevard Cleaners on Rice and of the Southwestern Times office on Dartmouth were purchased by Frank Stephenson, owner of the Rice Appliance Company. He is moving his shop there from 1512 Sunset Boulevard. The lots west of Mr. Stephenson's were purchased by Dr. Fred Simmons as a future site for his dental office. Consider- ation involved in each case was $10,000. MRS. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE • Bellaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellaire Blvd. M. 2-1011 Houston, Texas You'll b« delight th the quality of all latest fashion tones There Is a shade of Rouse*- each Monique Moke- *i!!. u. e*oc,,y,of y°u Tr> *c' them today. B...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 21, 1945 RAMBLING.... Back from a combined business trip and family jaunt to South Texas are the W. F. Calohans of 2044 Addison. . . . Mrs. A. B. Seward of Bellaire made a quick trip to Dallas over last week-end. . . . HOUSTON BUSINESS COLLEGE V. E. Bailey, Owner Mothers, Fathers Cr Employers: Do you prefer a Business Col- lege of high standards and thorough training, or do you prefer short, incomplete meth- ods of training? If hat is your Answer? References: Houston Business Firms 3708 Main I^ehigh 0589 It was a gala occasion last Thursday evening at the Ewing W. Moore home, 6127 Wakeforest, when Carolyn Ann entertained with a Flag Day and sport party on the lawn to celebrate her 13th birth- day. The 20 guests enjoyed a vari- ety of games through the eve- ning. . . . Congratulations to C. R. Munger of Bellaire on being accepted for membership in the American Tax Association. Mr. Munger, who has offices in the Kirby Building, is DAVIDSON'S DRY GOODS &...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

June 21, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 9 V Council Of Garden (Hubs Meets Friday The entire membership of garden clubs of the Southwestern section which belong to the Houston Coun- cil of Texas Garden Clubs, together with those of other Harris County clubs, is invited to meet at 10 a. m. Friday in the Garden Center Build- ing in Hermann Park, Mrs. Allen Hanney, president, announces. The annual election of officers will be held, and clubs will report on the war work they have done and the type of programs they have featured during the past year. BLASINGAME DRUG STORE AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 Properly weatherstrlpped windows add comfort and alue 1 in in winter. Each window ex- pertly refitted by our own craftsmen. Get coat estimate and details without obliga- tion. . . . Phone us now. 7 10 Btsionnet • Hadley 6778 lights and Sundays. Call J. 2 4708 OPA Executive Warns Motorists To Care For Cars "Need for greater care of auto- mo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 June 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 21, 1945 s\>/, A i. SfiCHeo 2 b lb. SAC J.1.10 * Tomato luice LOW ^ No. 2 ne. POINTS! Cans 6 Cans . 49c FOOD COMES FIRST- SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY Folger's Coffee 29 WHITE HOUSE Apple Sauce 2 r 29 C&E PURE CONCORD Grape Jelly r 19 GRADE"A"VEAL Club Chops Lb. 36c GRADE"A"VEAL Oven Roast Lb. 26c KRAFT'S VELVEETA CHEESE 21, 69c ALL MEAT WEINERS 1,33c ASSORTED COLD CUTS Lb 29c BARBECUE 79c LONG GRAIN RICE 2 & 25 serves four to six Pkg. Tenderoni 5c While They Last TEXAS SWEET JUICY ORANGES 5 48c U. S. No. 1 CALIFORNIA BING CHERRIES Lb. 28c U. S. No. 1 TEXAS FREESTONE ELBERTA PEACHES 2 ^3. 29c phillips delicious DEAIIC WITH DCAI13 pork No. 2 Can 10c —Not Rationed- CITRA-GOLD CALIF. ORANGE JUICE No. 2 Can 20c —Not Rationed— SUNNY COAST TOMATO SAUCE 2sr iic —Not Rationed— bleach CLOROX ££ I7C BAB-0 Can 10c DUFF'S GINGER BREAD MIX 14-Oz. Box 15c MONTEREY BRAND concord Grape Juice 24c PUNCH —NOT Pint —RATIONED Bottle MICKIE'S BAKERY —SP...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

eJt&ui /^nes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 40 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 28, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Bellaire Post Office Raised To 2nd Class Announcement of the advance- ment of the Bellaire Post Office from third to second class on July 1 is made by the Post Office De- partment, according to Leon L. Rosner, postmaster. This will mean an additional employee for the of- fice and make possible the render- ing of better service, Mr. Rosner said. Higher Receipts Class of the post office is deter- mined by the receipts from such items as stamps, stamped enve- lopes, etc. The receipts for the Bellaire Post Office last year were approximately $11,000, and during the first six months of this year, there has been an increase of about 25 per cent. Delbert C. Amos, who lives at 4811 Laurel and who has been with the Fairview Station for a number o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

Page 2 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braesivood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor LILLIAN DENTON Assistant Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription SI.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 28, 1945 Bouquets For Bond Drive Chairmen The section's eheers and gratitude go to the chairmen who have put the three cities of the Southwestern area over the top in the Seventh War Loan Drive. Hugh L. Whiteside in West University Place, J. S. Spencer in Bellaire and Mrs. Earl E. Watson in Southside Place, with their able assistants, have done a magnificent job in putting each of our cities above quota in sales before the end of the drive. In t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

June 28, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 St. Mark's Church Scene Of Tivilight Wedding Thursday A pretty wedding was solemn- ized at St. Mark's Episcopal Church on Thursday evening when Miss Jean Martim Mcllhenny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Mcllhenny of 1919 University Bou- levard, became the bride of Ran- dolph John Speich, ensign, United States naval reserve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Speich of 6345 Bel- mont. The twilight service was read by Rev. J. Lawrence Plumley before an altar banked with white gladioli arranged in baskets against a background of palms. Miss Char- lotte Broden rendered the bridal solos. The bride was attired in a dress- maker model suit of green crepe and wore a white eyelet hat of ruf- fling and black veiling, completed by white accessories. Her corsage was a white orchid. Miss Doris Juliette Speich, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. She chose a frock of yellow crepe and wore a corsage of carnations and agapanthus lilies. The couple left for a short...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 28, 1945 HIGH PERCENTAGE Out of the approximately 100,000 men who passed through the R. A. F. bomber command during the European war, 47,000 were killed, Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur T. Harris said recently in Rousdon, England. A total of 47',c is no small figure, yet this terrific loss held down the army's casualties, the air marshal said. RAMBLING.... PROTECT this precious Possession When illness tomes to you, or a member of your family, you seek the counsel and tare of the ablest phy- sician. As a further protec- tive measure—a safeguard to health and wellbeing—bring your doctor's prescriptions here for careful compound- ing. Our experienced phar- macists will provide prompt, precise serrice every time. PETERSON'S PHARMACY The Village Keystone 3-3646 Home on leave from Camp Blanding, Florida, is Lt. Harry G. JDavis for a visit with his wife at 6134 Kirby Drive. Here over last week-end were Mrs. Davis' sister, Mrs. R. S. Connor, and her twin daughter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

June 28, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Houston Council Of Garden Clubs Elects Officers On Friday morning the Houston Council of Garden Clubs met at the Garden Center building in Her- mann Park for election of officers to serve during the coming year. Those chosen were Mrs. G. J Palmer, president; Mrs. W. E. Sou- chek, first vice president; Mrs. George A. Hill, Jr., second president; Mrs. R. W. Schlumpf, recording secretary; Mrs. F. A. Hunter, corresponding secretary; Mrs. H. R. Funk, treasurer, and Mrs. W. H. Benton, parliaments rian. Committee chairmen were then appointed by the newly elected president. To serve are Mrs. T. B. McDonald, program; Mrs. F. A. Huwieler and Mrs. Paul King, judges and speakers' bureau; Mes- dames J. W. Slaughter and G. B. Reneau, horticulture; Mrs. T. A. Anderson, war interests; Mrs. B. E. Kenyon, conservation; Mrs. Allen Hannay and Mrs. Del B. Prosperi, publications; Mesdames H. C. Cock- burn, R. E. Mills and George Cot- tingham, social; Mrs. Frank Sha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 June 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES June 28, 1945 Home Demonstration Club Meets Next Week The Bellaire Home Demonstra- tion Club will meet at 10 a. m. next Thursday in the home of Mrs. C. E. Dowd, 349 Mulberry Lane. Miss Frances Punchard, county home demonstration agent, will present a demonstration on "Slip Covers and Upholstery." A cov- ered dish luncheon will be served. Notice Home Owners Material available for most any kind of home repairs. Expert wornien that know how. Call for free estimate. Chas. R. Olds M. 2-4347 Imported and Domestic RUM BRANDY WHISKEY WINE BILL'S PACKAGE STORE 2422 Rice Blvd. J. 2-2827 Gaily Colored Hand-Hooked Rugs of Section Resident Draiv Attention of Travelers Mrs. Goodwin Turns Work Into Play As She Decorates Home There is a lot of psychology about color, for even the hues of the spectrum bespeak a language which all of us understand. In the collection of brilliantly- colored hooked rugs which Mrs. Peyton Goodwin of 21)29 Lafayette displays in her home, every c...

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