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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 November 1944

November 2, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Medical Center— (Continued from Page 1) Pathological Building for Morgue Houston Tuberculosis Hospital A Children's Hospital School of Geographic Medicine and Public Health. In addition to the main buildings for these institutions, there will be dormitories, fraternity houses, a physicians' residential section, a central power plant, laundry, shops and incidental utility needs neces- sary to serye a center of such scope. Work To Start On Navy Unit Adjacent to, but not a part of, the Texas Medical Center will be the 1000-bed United StateB Navy Hospital, for which land has been purchased and on which construc- tion will be started soon. Purchase of the 118-acre plot, adjoining Her- mann Park and extending to Al- meda Road, from the City of Hous- ton was made possible through the generosity of the M. D. Anderson Foundation. The hospital will involve the ex- penditure of $5,795,000, says Vice Admiral Benjamin Morrell, Chief of the Bureau of Yards and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 November 1944

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 2,1944 KINDERGARTEN FROLIC The West University Elementary School Kindergarten entertained with a Halloween party Tuesday. Cooperating on arrangements were their teachers, Mrs. Thelma Fields and Mrs. Dorothy Terry, and the room mothers, Mrs. S. R. Roberson, Mrs. M. Davis, Mrs. R. E. Baldwin and Mrs. J. C. Montgomery. VILLAGE THEATRE Keystone 3-6371 FRIDAY AND 'SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS" Plus UNUSUAL OCCU ' PIG CARTOON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY "THE HITLER GANG" Plus PETE SMITH SPECIALTY SPORTS DIGEST By Burt Rule There was an explosion last Sat- urday afternoon out near the end of South Main that reverberated— not throughout the world perhaps- but certainly in the territory of the sports world roughly defined as the Southwest. The tremors were par- ticularly terrifying in Austin, the Tricycles Wanted Sell them now for cash or hove them repaired for Christmas— Or trade them in 011 rebuilt Tricycles, Auto-Cars, Wagons, Scooters, Taylortois, Sulkies,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 November 1944

November 2, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 The acorns grow To mighty oaks And big fires blow From little smokes! HOSIERY REPAIRING BEAUTIFUL WORKMANSHIP Prompt and Personalized Service Bring or Mail Them to: ROYAL HOSIERY SHOP 204 West Bldg. Davidson's Dry Goods & Hardware TOYS PITTSBURGH PAINTS GIFT GOODS Belluire at Richmond Madison 2-0143 End of Bus Line, R. R. REAMER GULF GAS AND OILS Batteries, Accessories • Quality Feeds Poultry, Stock, Dogs Madison 2-0172 Rice and Cedar BELLAIRE Finer Drugs M. S. FINER Prescription Druggist Phone Madison 2-2711 BELLAIRE, TEXAS We'll bet the little Spitz dog that awakened the E. D. Foster family when their home at 6426 Belmont burned last week got an extra bone added to his rations. . . . Back from a visit to their son and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. D. R. Swet- land at Stillwater, Oklahoma, are Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Swetland of 6332 Buffalo Speedway. . . . Welcome to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gabriel, who have just moved into their new home at 4617 Univ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 November 1944

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 2, 1944 Marjorie Wilk, West University Place Girl, Weds Captain Miss Marjorie Louise Wilk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry William Wilk, 2629 Pemberton Drive, became the bride of Captain Wallace Marion Danvers, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kistler Danvers of Oklahoma City, in a beautiful ceremony at the home of her par- ents Saturday evening, October 28. Rev. A. D. Lemmons read the serv- and the bridal music was given by the harpist, Miss Lois Breaker. White asters and gladiolas were used throughout the home and the vows were taken before an impro- vised altar at the fireplace. Miss Wilk was given in marriage by her father. She was lovely in ivory satin and an illusion veil held to her head with a Mary Queen of UNIVERSITY CLEANERS S. F. MOORE PERFECTION IN CLEANING Expert Alterations—Dyeing Hat Work—Complete Insurance Coverage 3634 University Phone M. 2-2331 CHENILLE BATH MAT SETS 18 by 27-Inch Rug Seat Cover to Match Colors: White, Black, Lavender, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 November 1944

November 2, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 "Social Notes" Mr. and Mrs. Roland B. Paxson of 2637 University Blvd. have sold their home and left Saturday for Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they will live. Their son is in the service and their daughter with the Associated Press in Lincoln, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Newton Mur- ray of 4005 Amherst announce the birth of a son, Lewis Newton II, October 12. Dr. and Mrs. Seale I. Johnson, 311L University Blvd., had as guests for the Texas-Rice game Saturday, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Stoeltje and son, Mack, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lee of Beaumont and Mr. Nel- son Stone of Garland. Announcement is made of the ar- rival of Master Robert Stewart Guthrie, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart Guthrie, 2136 Watts Road, October 11. The baby is the new grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Guthrie and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Childress. Mrs. Sally Brantley, 4209 Riley, has received word that her daugh- ter, First Lieut. Edith L. Brantley, staff nurse at Moore General Hos- p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 November 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 2, 1944 Folger's Coffee - 29 SPECIALS FOR -THURSDAY -FRIDAY -SATURDAY UNCLE WILLIAM PURE Peach Preserves - 24' CHEF BOY—ARDEE INSTANT Spaghetti Dinner Dinner for 3 or 4 People BROWN BEAUTY BEANS 3 No.303 OF tans TOOTH PASTE 50c Size IP AN A ... 28c PINTO BEANS, 2 lbs..lie Vc^oxc^x HOME GROWN YOUNG TENDER White Squash u 5c TEXAS SWEET JUICY SEEDLESS ORANGES n«n29c EXTRA FANCY FIRM CRISP JONATHAN APPLES 4 - 39c RED TOKAY GRAPES 2 - 29c PABLUM. 19c Spry 3'- 68c LM]—1 FRESH OYSTERS - 69c MICKIE'S BAKERY "T/ie Taste Tellt The Difference" FULL LINE OF CAKES-COOKIES ROLLS PREMIER SLICED Beets 2 - 25c VEAL OVEN ROAST 25c GARDEN PATCH SWEET PEAS &'17c VEAL StewMeat'18c SURE FIRE Matches 6-*■ 19° PURE BILBERRY Preserves i'' 25° COUNTRY SMOKED Sausage 39c PILLSBURY'S PANCAKE FLOUR 10c BAMA PURE APPLE Butter r 22c VEAL CLUB CHOPS 39c KELLOGG'S PEP 2 I7c YOUR CHOICE IVORY SOAP 2 Large Bars... 19c WOODBURY SOAP 3Bars........22c IVORY Flakes or Snow Large Box.... 23...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 November 1944

^ V PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume X—Number 7 HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 9, 1941 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Dance To Climax State Guard Recruit Drive The Texas State Guard's me: bership campaign will be climaxed Saturday night with a dance and !j banquet, army ration style, at the armory of the Second Battalion, according to Capt. Deloss A. Miller, commander Company "A," Second Battalion. Leaders hope that the Guard will have attained its mem- bership goal of 2500 by that time, Men of the southwestern section between the ages of 16 and 60 invited to contact a guardsman to apply for membership, Captain Mil- ler said. The 2nd Platoon of Com- pany "A," 22nd Battalion, meets from 8 to 10 p. m. each Tuesday night at the City Hall of West Uni- versity Place. This unit manded by Lt. Edgar E. Townes, Jr. Company "A," 2nd Battalion, commanded by Captain Miller, dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 November 1944

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 9, 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 Entered 2 Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas Phone Preston 8291 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 9, 1944 Victory Nearer On Armistice Day As WE OBSERVE another Armistice Day with our country at war, we honor the heroes of both wars—those who fought at Chateau Thierry and the Argonne, to- gether with their sons now struggling at Aachen and on Leyte. We look forward to a world at peace—a peace that will never again be shattered by the sound of falling bombs. Victory comes a little closer with every white cross that is placed over a soldier': grave in Europe or i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 November 1944

November 9, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Child Discipline PTA Topic For Tuesday Meeting Dr. Charles F. Hiller of the Uni- versity of Houston will speak on "Discipline and Responsibility for Today's Children" at the meeting of the West University Place P.-T. A. at 1 p. m. Tuesday, November 14, in the auditorium of the Elemen- tary School Building, according to HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP Furniture, Funs, Toasters, Vacuum Cleaners, etc., Repaired. Quick, Dependable Service 6117 KIRBY DRIVE Next to Bank Budget News! BACK TO BEAUTY! hrouth-taking beauty. Easy-to-care-for pernio- ncnts, styled settings, everything from mani- cures to pedicures. All inexpensively yours. Steam Bath* and Massages UNIVERSITY BEAUTY SHOP 2311 University lladley 1338 Mrs. W. M. Hubbard, program chairman. Mrs. L. M. Pyeatt, president, says that the association has bought two lovely pictures, one for the West University Place Elementary School and one for the Pershing Junior High School, to be given as attendance prize...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 November 1944

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN November 9, 1944 SPORTS DIGEST By Burt Rule You may remember mention last week's column of an "explo-| 3ion" that blew the University of Texas Steers a "fur piece" back the rough and rocky trail that leads to a Southwest Conference cham- pionship. Well, this past week-end ther was another explosion at the fax- southern extremity of Main Street. But the noise this time was caused by a backfire that upended Owls GUS BARKOW REAL ESTATE 6512 Mercer St. Phones: M. 2-4220; M. 2-2171 VILLAGE THEATRE Keystone 3-6371 "THEY MADE1 ME A IINAL" CHIMIN , GA*F,Ei.rh > SATURDAY A"COI°NC MY WAY" COMEDY* A ND^CABT VICTOR S«] from one end of Rice Field to the other. Final score: Texas Tech 13, Rice 7. Most folks, including the wi thought the final score, providing Rice took it kinda easy in prepara- tion for its next conference game with Arkansas, would be something like Rice 20, Texas Tech 7. The North Texas lads flashed greater superiority in all branches of play than the Owls...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 November 1944

November 9, 1944 Anti-Tuberculosis League Commemorates Birthday This Week The Houston Anti-Tuberculosis League this week commemorated the anniversary of its founding— November 11, 1911—by submitting to the public a report on its stew- ardship, and challenged "all good forces to join in fostering new pub- lic health advances in this critical year of anti-tuberculosis controls." Endorsements of the league's achievements and objectives came from city and county health offi- cers, local government heads, med- ical leaders, and outstanding fig- ures in P.-T. A., education, church life, labor, business and industry. W. H. (Bill) Tipton, Jr., chair- man for the 1944 Christmas Seal sale to finance league work, said that "it is fitting that, on the same day as the Armistice of World War I, there comes also the birthday of a war to save life and to improve human health and happiness—a war which must have no armistice so long as tuberculosis scourges the human race." SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Davidso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 November 1944

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 9, 1944 Ruth Huivieler Of South side Place Weds West University Serviceman Miss Ruth Inez Huwieler, daugh- ter of Mrs. Benjamin Huwieler, 3704 Farbar, became the bride of Wilbur Lloyd Harlan, aviation ra- dioman 1/c, U.S.N., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Harlan of 6614 Bel- mont, in a double ring ceremony Friday evening in Bering Memorial Methodist Church. Rev. A. D. Lem- ons read the marriage lines. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Frank A. Huwieler, wore a gown of gardenia white bridal satin. She carried gardenias and stephanotis in cascade arrange- ment. Attendants of the bride, Misses (luilt ^Icuylosi Roselyn Huwieler, Peggie Walters and Maurine Chamblee and Mrs. Alton Lynch, wore gowns of bridal blush satin and carried orchid mums. Attendants of the bride- groom were Alton Lynch, John H. Barker, Fred Rolke and E. H. The wedding reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mills, uncle and aunt of the bride. Guests were membe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 November 1944

November 9, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES •) II Condit PTA Group To See Film Tuesday The Comlit School Parent-Teach- ers Association of Bellaire will hold its regular monthly meeting at 7:30, November 14, Charles Crocker, president, announces. Mrs. Violet S. Greenhill and Harold J. Matthews will speak on "Boarding Home Plan for Children," illustrating their re- marks with a film. Mr. Crocker said that all inter- ested in the welfare of children are urged to attend. Perfected Cleaning • CAMPUS CLEANERS 2533 ersity Blvd. Y OU WILL be surprised and of course delighted to see ou. magnificent selection of fine Jewelry and Gifts— Won't you see litem tomorrow (it BLUM'S "Fine Jewelry and Gifts" 6624 S. Main Iladley 6741 What'll Bonds Buy? Guns, tanks, Plasma banks. Planes, peeps, Jumpin' jeeps. Ships, trucks, Landing "ducks." Bullets, bombs, "Long Toms." College, school, Swimming pool. Travel far, Motor car. Better life, No strife. PLENTY OF MARGIN Tommy Fitzgerald, the sports writer, tells of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 9 November 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 9, 1944 tPQP Sfllit THREE BIG DAYS—THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY PHILADELPHIA (REAM 3-0z | |p CHEESE lke 9 ADMIRATION COFFEE Lb. Bag 27 TEXAS STANDARD TOMATOES 3 25 TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT JUICE a- 25 CAPE COD FIRM Cranberries 39 TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS Grapefruit 5 Lbs. 29' CRISP TENDER CALIFORNIA Celery 2 Stalks 25< YELLOW SPANISH BERMUDA Onions 2 9' 1; Mickie's Bakery Specials! STREUSEL BREAKFAST ROLLS 21c a Dozen ASSORTED COOKIES 2 Dozen for 25c GEBHARDT'S SANDWICH SPREAD 25c READY-TO-EAT CEREAL CHEERI OATS, 2 large boxes 23c MISSION SUGAR PEAS, 2 No. 2 cans 25' SARDINES, 3 i-slze cans... 25c DINNER, 2 pkgs 17c PRESERVES, 1-lb. jar 25c DRUG! PECIAL! HAND LOTION Milk of Magnesia 25c I EC Size | ^ 5°c 4% C c Size j£ij VEAL SHOULDER ROAST „ 25° SMOKED CALF TONGUES - 39c TENDER VEAL STEAK . • 39c FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP 39c Ll>. FRESH CALF LIVER U3C BLUE CHEESE, lb 70c OXYDOL OR DUZ VAN CAMP'S IMPROVED LIFEBUOY PILLSBURY S BEST WITH NEW TIN TOP VEGETARIAN STYLE Sunbrit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 November 1944

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIR5 SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 8 HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 16, 1944 i Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Sixth Bond Drive To Start Monday; Local Workers Ready With a quota of $200,000 in the Sixth War Loan Drive, leaders of the campaign in West University Place announced a goal of more than double that amount. "If everyone—citizens in general and the workers.—co- operate as we expect, we'll raise a half million dollars for the war effort in the campaign which opens November 20 and closes December 16," said Chairman Jack Doran of the War Bonds Committee of the West University Civilian De- fense Council. Canvas To Start A house-to-house canvas will be made by Boy Scouts under the leadership of R. J. Depenbrock, re- cently named by the defense coun- cil as vice chairman of the bond QUOTAS SET FOR W. U. P. SOUTHSIDE AND BELLAIRE In announcing quotas for the Sixt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 November 1944

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 16,1944 ^/AJ*/fAyr 6 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 Entered i Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas Phone Hadley 3574 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 16, 1944 Harris County Will Buy 121 B-29's A fleet of 121 B-29 Superfortresses costs $72,600,000. That's a lot of money. But it costs a lot of money to fight a war. And the war has not been won. President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill expect the war in Europe to continue until the summer months of 1-945. General MacArthur has only begun the conquest of the Philippines, another costly undertaking in the slow but sure battle against Japan. The P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 November 1944

November 16,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 SPORTS DIGEST By Burt Rule Last week's football front pro- duced good and bad news. Arkansas knocked Rice off the top of the Southwest Conference ladder, but Lamar acquired a lot of prestige by its decisive victory over St. Thomas. Lamar's sparkling, polished play WANTED BOY'S SMALL BICYCLE M. 2-1167 FENCE All Hardwood Ready Built Easily Installed Priccd Right Convenient Terms Collett & Woods its game with the Toms has en- couraged Redskin followers to be- lieve the red-suited boys have the District 13 crown all but in the bag. The only serious threat remaining Reagan, which, despite consider- able improvement shown in its game with Jeff Davis, won't have ugh to stop the determined, pre- cisioned drive of the Lamar boys. Future Games f After Reagan is disposed of, the remaining foes, Austin and Milby, should be handled with little diffi- culty. Even if Reagan should win, the Heights still has San Jacinto to face, a much more potent club...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 November 1944

Page 4 Once food has started to boil, urn down the flame. It does not leed a large flame to keep it boil- Paraffin used for covering jelly should never be heated to the smok- ing point. This causes it to shrink from the side of the glass. Place brown sugar in a mason jar while it is still soft, and it will keep that way. When ribbons need pressing, move the lid from a hot teakettle, and draw the ribbon back and forth over the steam, holding the ends firmly. Low temperature is the secret of tender eggs. Too high temperature or extended cooking time toughens the protein in the egg. CHR/SMAS (JnM We Failure Hallmark Cards PETERSON'S] PHARMACY 2439 University—The Village Keystone 3-3646 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES use in dyeing garments. You can grip the material firmly and swish it about in the dye bath without its slipping. To keep beets from losing their bright red, leave on the long tap- root and an inch or two of stems. Shoe racks and bags will keep shoes from being scuffed in closet. Slip ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 November 1944

November 16, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES True Justice For Germans By SIGRID UNDSET Nobel Prize Winner, Now in Exile From Her Native Norway Dry Davidson's Goods & Hardware TOYS PITTSBURGH PAINTS GIFT GOODS Bcllairc at Richmond Madison 2 0143 End of Bus Line, Finer Drugs After the last war the Germans successfully frustrated the planned attempts of the Allied Nations to bring before a court of justice the war criminals who were guilty of acts of terror against the people of occupied countries and against prisoners of war. And because these German acts of terrorism never were proved, a war-weary world, glad enough to be spared the investigaton of past hor- rors, took for granted that they had been disproved. They never were, of course. But this time it must not be shirked. No consideration must tempt us to add our injustice to the suffering of the victims of Ger war terror. The last time, the Allied Nations were moved, among other things, by the howl of the Ger- mans that such an inves...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 16 November 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 16,1944 "Social Notes" Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Ralph Heaner of 2213 Beliefontaine an- nounce the marriage of their daughter, Rosemary, to Jack Wag- goner Hayden, United States naval reserve. The ceremony was per- formed in the home of the bride's WAGNER'S BARBER SHOP NEW, CLEAN and SANITARY Expert Service Tl„il Will PletiKe You Next to Village Theatre 2414 University Blvd. K. 3-3390 parents, November 3, with Rev. R. G. Commander officiating. The bride wore an afternoon frock of deep wine crepe with black accessories and an orchid corsage. Following the ceremony a recep- tion was held with Mrs. William Suhler and Misses Marion Whit- taker and Lorain Williams assisting in serving. The bride is remaining with her parents and continuing her studies at Rice Institute. The bridegroom is stationed temporarily at Boston, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. T. Morgan Biggs of 3006 Sunset Boulevard have had as their guest for several weeks, Mrs. Biggs' aunt, Miss Ellen Gardner of Marl...

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