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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

October 4, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Davis Sheet Metal Products Co. IVe'tei nxuv in jfull lupLncj, .... w-ith Peacetime MaMA^actuAiticj, PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT NOW AVAILABLE These :1J See-Saws At 2435 t:4 * "li ;. JC ■ TT' " Vv Bissonnet CHILDREN'S SWINGS All Welded Tubular Steel Frame—Strong Chains for Swing Seats, Rings and Bars—Galvanized Material—Alum- inum Finish. Various types made for use in small yards or larger sizes, to c.der, for Public Playgrounds, Parks, Institutions, etc. We will manufacture any other types of Playground Equipment required. Buy the best equip- ment on the market today at a price within the means of all. Place your Christmas Orders now for sure delivery at that time. Central Heating Plants With Duct Systems will be available for installation by Novem- ber 15th. For any size House, Apartment, Office or Place of Business. We invite inquiries as to your requirements. Ridge-Air Ventilators Installed on the Roof Ridge of Buildings for safer ventilation. E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

n v Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 4, 1945 YOUNG DREAMS When I was very young I knew Exactly what I'd be; I wish I could remember what I planned to make of me. Harris Gulf Service Station vWUm J University lllvd. nt Edloe M. 2-0131 Fall fashions Smooth and comfortable . . . out of the way. A neat sweep of hair styling. Experienced Operators To Serve You. UNIVERSITY BEAUTY SHOP 2511 University H. 1338 Hickmans Buy Dryden Road Home This two-story Monterrey type residence of red brick at 2532 Dry- den has been purchased for $20,000 by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hickman. Mr. Hickman is owner of several grocery stores. Downstairs are a living room, screened living porch, powder room and den, and upstairs are three bedrooms, two baths and a front porch. The house was bought from Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Burris. Patronize Your Friends and Neighbors Thomas W. Hopkins 2315 Bcllaire Blvd. * Thomas (Tom) W. Hopkins, Jr. 2403 Southgate LET US INSURE YOU— BOND YOU No matter where you are lo- cated we solic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

October 4, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Depends On Viewpoint "Did that serviceman act unrea- sonable last night, daughter?" "Not when you consider he came all the way from the South Pacific to see me." CHILDREN'S CLOTHES MADE-TO-ORDER Sizes 1 to 6 Jhtcill&'i. 6334 Community Dr. M. 2-4056 HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP CAN REPAIR YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES • Vacuum Cleaners • Toasters • Fans, etc. Dependable Service 6117 Kirby Drive Next to Bank THURSDAY b FRIDAY Spencer Tracy—Katharine Hepburn In "WITHOUT LOVE" Also "LEATHERNECKS ON PARADE" Narrated by Tyrone Power SATURDAY ONLY "JAN IE" With Houston's Own JOYCE REYNOLDS Robert Hutton—Edward Arnold PUPPETOON Matinee Only: "Federal Operator No. 99" SUNDAY & MONDAY Gary Cooper—Loretta Young: "ALONG CAME JONES" Plus LITTLE LULU CARTOON UNIVERSAL NEWS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Judy Garland—Robert Walker "THE CLOCK" Plus MAGIC CARPET TRAVELOG Rhythm of the Rhumba—Musical New Houston Jaycees Sponsor Dale Carnegie Course The Houston Junior Chamb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 4,1945 TWO OUTSTANDING CUBAN RUMS SANTA CRUZ OR ALBA 89 Proof 88 Proof 3 98 RIPPLE SPRING 86 Proof or MAYS TJVER 049 FULL M FIFTH # DILLINGER IMPORTED CUBAN RUM 85 Proof 1 19 FULL PINT IB * GOLDEN HOUSE FINE QUALITY CUBAN RUM 86 Proof 135 FULL ■ PINT ^ * PRINCE GEORGE 86 Proof or PENNBROOK 85 Proof FULL 098 FIFTH ^M| ^ SOUTHERN COMFORT 100 Proof 5.25 FULL O OC PINT THE ONE AND ONLY D. O. M. BENEDICTINE 86 Proof ■795 FULL # W W FIFTH M ^ IMPORTED JL, YEARS © OLD SEAGRAM'S V. O. E25 FULL W FIFTH ^ RONRICO WHITE OR GOLD 86 Proof BACARDI AMBER OR PLATA 89 Proof 075 FULL K ® W FIFTH # FOR THOSE WHO LIKE TO MIX THEIR OWN ZOMBIE RONRICO HEAVY BODY 90 Proof FIFTH 4.19 - sr 6.37 YES . . . CEDAR BROOK IS Blended with Cane Neutral Spirits But . . . Those who Buy Once, Buy Again and Again . . . Why not try for yourself? PINT 2 25 HUNTER 92 PROOF—40% STRAIGHT WE "nt 2.73 RECOMMEND " IT HIGHLY. F^TH 4>35 MERITO SPECIAL RESERVE BRANDY ONE OF THE FINES! BRANDIES...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

October 4, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TJMES Page 9 To The Southwestern Times- Follcs very rarely hesitate To tell us when we're wrong, But seldom think to eulogize A fellow 'til he's gone. So rvith this little truth in mind I will not hesitate, But grab my pen in order that I may CONGRATULATE, Congratulate you on the job That now seems quite complete. You picked a crippled paper up And set it on its feet. So we who read Southwestern Times Think you deserve "a hand," For we feel sure your little charge Will grow as well as stand. —Julia H. Ricker. I'olciit Poisons Released! FOR QUICK EXTERMINATION OF ROACHES, RATS, ETC. Prewar Chemicals Now Available—Non-Poisonous lo Humans ANT CONTROL by tested PREWAR METHODS WEST UNIVERSITY PEST CONTROL SERVICE All Work Guarantee Phone J 2-4355 or M. 2-2157 Frozen Food Locker for this section to be buii.t in the heart of "the village" 1,000 LOCKERS—EACH 9 CU. FT. STORAGE SPACE applications should be made now Phone M. 2-1237 grady smith frozen food locker Ca...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 4, 1945 Bellaire Men's Club Has First Fall Meet The first fall meeting: and sup- per of the Bellaire Men's Club was List Your Property With Us We guuruntee action and the highest prices, along with 21 years of experience. E. L. PIEHL Fairfax 0054 Perfected Cleaning CLEANERS CAMPUS held last week in the activities building of the Bellaire Presbyte- rian Church with C. V. Reynolds, president, presiding. Thirty-five men were present. After an invo- cation by Dr. R. H. Bullock, pastor of the church, supper was served by the West University Circle of the church. Appearing on the program were Fred O. Johnson, E. M. Boylan, A. B. Seward, Dave D. Hunt, Clyde Dinger and Judge James V. Allred. Dr. Charles F. Hiller of the Uni- versity of Houston spoke on "World Conditions in General" and "Prob- lems faced by Democracies To- day." The group voted to meet at 7 p. m. on the last Tuesday of each month. 2533 University Blvd, Jackson 2-5149 List With Us for quick ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

October 4, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 > • k < • s •# '1 • '« • ' • 'I • ' v • < • •J!i • •* ' • > • • !>• IF. University Garden Club Stages Open War Chest Drive House; Other Groups Hold Meetings The Garden Club of West Uni- versity will hold open house from 4 to 0 p. m. October 11 in the home of Mrs. B. T. Bowlin, 3316 Tangley, to welcome new members. In addi- tion to Mrs. Bowlin, presidents and membership chairmen of the gar- den club groups will be in the re- ceiving line. They are Mesdames M. L. Cain, H. F. Lippold, E. N. Saunders, C. A. Diehl, W. B. Mel- ton, J. E. Dunn, B. L. Jackson, C. L. Chadick, M. W. Baynes and Har- old A. Cory. Presiding at the tea Notice to Property Owners Of This District If you are contemplating selling 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 this location for almost 13 years and we know this territory. 23 years in the real estate business. Houses Bought, S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 4, 1945 SPRY 367c CARNATION - PET - BORDEN EVAPORATED MILK 3 si 25c fa, 1/^7^ S&P UPnr THURSDAY -- Oct. 4-5-6 Save HERE FRIDAY and SATURDAY NEW CROP OF BUSHEL JONATHAN CRISP APPLES ib 5c YELLOW SPANISH BERMUDA ONIONS 2 ib. 5c MISSION INN CALIFORNIA PEACHES Z ■ 25c TEXAS YOUNG TENDER GREEN BEANS 2 ib, 19c FRESH DUG RED NEW POTATOES 5115c LITTLE MILL BRAND—PACKED FROM FRESH GREEN BLACKEYE PEAS BLACK EYE PEAS 2^ 29c |j^ cWla'ajn f GOOD AS IT COMES1 % KRAFT'S VELVEETA—Point Free! Cheese 2 69c FRESH CALF—Point Free LIVER 55c GRADE "A" QUALITY—2 points OVEN ROAST u26c FRESHLY DRESSED Fryers Lb. 55c GRADE "A" QUALITY—3 Points SIRLOIN STEAK Lb 33c K. C. GRADE "A"—5 Points BEEF CLUB Chops 47c LIBBY'S PURE CALIFORNIA ORANGE JUICE 21c BAMA PURE PEANUT BUTTER 16-Oz. f Am Jar 19C C.H.B TOMATO CATSUP 14-Oz. Bottle 1QC MAXWELL fi A P V F P HOUSE VVI I LL OUC MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS Apple Streussel Coffee CAKE e..,, 23c WHEATIES l°?- 10c sunsweet PRUNE JUICE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

estefoi /Mttes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 2—Number 3 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 11, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Lions Club Stages Gala Carnival In Village Expansion Plans Get Spotlight As Villagers Meet Reports presented at Friday's meeting of the Village Association all pointed to an early inauguration of the expansion program expected in the popular shopping center, ac- cording to L. Goldston, president. The planning committee, headed by A. E. Olson, advised that peti- tions were being prepared for cir- culation which would insure the complete paving of all inside streets in the section including Am- herst, Times Boulevard, Kelvin and Morningside. Mr. Olson informed the group that the City of Houston was launching a huge drainage program north of University Bou- levard which would permit the pav- ing of these streets within the next six months. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 11, 1945 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 Entered as secpnd-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 Hates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phono Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 11, 1945 The Bible Is A Key To Peace Civilization, like liberty, must be worked for. White crosses the world over mark the graves of those who fought to preserve what men have striven and died for through the centuries. We cannot honor too high- ly the sacrifices of our young men to bring peace to the world and good will among nations. Of all the guides to a better civil- ization, the oldest is the Bible. For ages it has stimu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

October 11, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 IN THE Village (Immediately behind the University State Bank on Kirhy Drive, between Times Boulevard and Amherst) EVERY DAY FROM NOW TO OCTOBER 28 \ \ 1 .. . y - WEST UNIVERSITY LIONS CLUB RIDE! RIDE! RIDE! THE TILT 'A' WHIRL r\ | / ■ ■- ■ \y MAMMOTH BIG ELY ™ MERRY-GO-ROUND KIDDIE AIRPLANE SWINGS FUN BARREL ★ Enjoy the Thrill of the MIDWAY With 20 Fascinating Novelty Merchandise Concessions Come One-Come All for an evening of GOOD CLEAN FDN! For Kiddies—For Groivn-Ups Bring the whole family, the neighbors, your friends, for a full evening of fun and frolic in the nearby Village Shopping Center. . . . Let the kiddies ride the Merry-Go- Round, the Tilt 'A' Whirl, "Big Ely"—the giant ferris wheel, and other thrilling rides. . . . Enjoy the midway with its novelty games. . . . Win valuable prizes. . . . Your Lions Club is sponsoring this Bob Hammond Carnival, and its members will personally supervise the entire amusement center to insure safet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 11, 1945 W. H. Randolph— (Continued from Page 1) farm in Madison County, has a B.S. degree from the Sam Houston State Teachers College, and has done graduate work at the Univer- sity of Texas. He has had a wide range of experience, including that of school administrator, owner and manager of a farm and stockholder and director of a retail paint store. WANTED! YOUNG LADY TO SELL JEWELRY Apply HUunk JEWELERS 6624 S. Main All of this he points out as giving him a wide field of experience in business affairs. He has always taken an active part in civic mat- ters and promises to the people of West University Place, if elected, a sound and sensible business admin- istration, economically adminis- tered. It is his desire to serve the citizens of his community to the best of his ability and in accord- ance with their wishes and desires, he says. At present Mr. Randolph is edu- cational director of the Houston Y, M. C. A., having the administrative responsib...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

October 11, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Rehabilitation. "When I looked out the window, Johnny, I was glad to see you play- ing marbles with the boy next door." "We weren't playing marbles, Ma. We just had a fight and I was helping him pick up his teeth." FLETCHER'S HOME & AUTO SUPPLY Visit Our GIFT SHOP China -- Glassware -- Pottery Hunting and Fishing License Notary Public 2414 University Blvd. J. 2-9907 Plate Lunches Meat jm n Two Vegetables Cold Beer and Beer To Go Bellaire Cafe C. H. NELIUS M.2-0182 WOLF'S WEEKLY SPECIAL DUPLEX—$9,500 Near St. Anne's and Lanier. Well constructed, ton room, two story brick duplex with usbestoa roof. Convenient to buB, stores, and all schools. An exceptionally good value. Upper apartment available. LET US SELL YOUR REAL ESTATE We have operated for nearly twenty years exclusively in the Southwest Section and are thoroughfy familiar with property values, are members of the National, State and Houston Real Estate Boards, experienced and reliab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

'A Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 11, 1945 Southampton Club Admits Eight Members Thursday The Southampton Garden Club held its first meeting of the year last Thursday in the home of Mrs. Fred W. Lackner, Jr. At this time the following new members were *7i4e Aleut BOBBY'S CAFE Home Cooked Meals REGULAR inr DINNER TiD Also Delicious Short Orders Beer Served with Meal 1723 BISSONNE! H. G. WESLEY, Owner Open Every Day Except Sundays J. 2-0311 welcomed: Mesdames Holly M. Brock, A. B. Campbell, Earl Hem- by, Roger Penick, Carl Sederholm, O. R. Weyrick, George Wooster and Curtis Nelson. Officers of the club for the en- suing year are Mrs. Lackner, presi- dent; Mrs. B. E. Burgess, vice pres- ident; Mrs. J. M. Moser, recording secretary; Mrs. J. L. Bressler, cor- responding secretary, and Mrs. W. E. Dupuy, treasurer. The following committee chair- men were appointed: Mrs. Ferd Anderson, program; Mrs. Miller Hamrick, membership; Mrs. Waldo Emerson, telephone; Mrs. J. S. Golson, project; Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

October 11, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 W. U. P. City Employees Keep Wheels Humming ALL yNfWRSITY mmm aap 3 of Scouts, the scoutmaster said. Members of the troop committee are: A. P. Kingborn, 6441 Edloe, chairman; G. T. Tennison, 3739 Darcus, vice chairman; R. 0. Busch, 3775 Ingold; C. Hugh Brous- sard, 6718 Auden; P. Del Valle, 6719 Brompton; Preston R. Plumb, 3745 Farbar; Dr. Stuart A. Wallace, 5908 Auden, and S. P. Chapman, 3771 Harper. ★ Horse Of Another Color Admiral Halsey tells about get- ting to a football game late and stepping on a sailor's foot while scrambling to his seat. The sailor, not looking up, yelled, "Get off my foot, you big lug." Then recognizing the Admiral, he blurted: "Oh, my goodness, beg pardon, sir. Here's my other foot— go ahead—step on it!" Solution To Problem on Page 1: 123 - 43 - 67 + 89 = 100 We Sharpen and Repair LAWN MOWERS and "YARD MAN" MOWERS hashing Machines, 1 Clcuners mid Appli; Repaired. GEIST REPAIR SHOP Employees whose efforts are resp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 11, 1945 '* I I PLENTY BEER TO GO Large Selection of QUALITY WHISKIES, GIN, RUMS, BRANDIES AND WINES BISSONNET PACKAGE STORE 1725 Bissonnet K. 3-11 Bellaire Presbyterian Auxiliary To Meet The Women's Auxiliary of the Bellaire Presbyterian Church will meet in the church at 10:30 a.m. next Thursday instead of Tuesday, as originally scheduled. Dr. Charles King of the First Presbyterian Church will be the principal speaker, and Mrs. Ed Mosher will give a violin solo, ac- companied by Mrs. Robert Stell. New Pastor Of South End Christian To lave In Parsonage On Tangley Harris Gulf Service Station (GULF) University Blvd. at Edloe M. 2 0131 J. P. HUFF now operating as HUFF INSURANCE AGENCY OFFERS A COMPLETE LINE OF GENERAL AND LIFE INSURANCE "Be Sure . . . Insure" 3406 Albans Madison 2-5215 Dr. E. D. Hcnson, who comes to the South End Christian Church from the First Christian Church of San Angelo, assumed his new duties Sunday. Dr. Henson received both his ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

October 11, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 • m • CROIX ROYALE PRIVATE STOCK—SELECT PURE CALIFORNIA WINES PALE DRY SHERRY—MADEIRA FIFTH MUSCATEL—TAWNY PORT—ALL 20% 1.29 A Fine Smooth Blend BROWN FORMAN'S KING 86.8 Proof 3.98 ROMA CALIFORNIA SWEET WINES .98 I'ort Sherry Muscatel 20% FIFTH s & s SWEET WINES PORT QP SHERRY uOO MUSCATEL, 20% fifth IMPORTED DILLINGER CUBAN RUM 1.19 full pint 85 Proof GLENMORE'S Old Thompson 86 Proof A Mellow Light Whiskey PINT 2.25 AVAILABLE AGAIN SWEETHEART BRAND Sweet Wines IFORNL .79 PRODUCED IN CALIFORNIA RED PORT MUSCATEL 20% FIFTH RIPPLE SPRING MAYS RIVER 86 Proof FULL FIFTH CHOICE 2.49 RONR1CO WHITE-GOLD 86 Proof BACARDI AMBER-PLATA 89 Proof CHOICE FULL FIFTH 3.75 Schenley Reseive OR SEAGRAM'S 7s full fifth 3.98 LEROUX MANHATTAN COCKTAIL Simply Stir with lee anil Strain 60 Proof FIFTH 2.50 GIN RECIPES THAT REQUIRE NO SUGAR AlnvanrlAr One-third dry gin, one- AlvAQIIUvl tbird Creme de Cacao, one- third Sweet Cream; shake well with cracked ice and...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

0 Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 11, 1945 Report On Paving Of University Set For Civic Meet Because certain taxpayers of West University Place have raised the question as to whether concrete pavinp without steel reinforcement will be adequate to serve the heavy Doctors Recommend , traffic on University Boulevard, the Civic Club has engaged the en- gineering firm of Haile & McClen- don, Ltd., to review the plans and specifications submitted to the city by the Garrett Engineering Com- pany, according to George M. Brown, treasurer of the club. A report on the findings of the reviewing engineers will be made by W. W. McClendon at the Civic Club meeting at 8 o'clock tonight in the West University Community House. Before Haile & McClendon ac- cepted the assignment, the approval of Mayor A. L. Kerbow and the Garrett Engineering Company for making the review was obtained, Mr. Brown said. Baptist Church Group Gathers For Sing-Song Forty young people of the West University Baptist...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

Octobcr 11, 1045 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Lynne Parker Becomes Bride In Ceremony At West University Methodist Church Couple Will Live On Shakespeare After Honeymoon In a charming candlelight cere- mony Saturday night, Miss Joy Lynne Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome L. Howell, 3914 Mar- quette, became the bride of Earl Samuel Marie of 3502 Robinhood, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Aston of San Antonio, Texas. The wedding took place in the West University Methodist Church, before an altar arrangement of white flowers banked with palms, and lighted by candelabra holding tall, white tapers. Rev. Bascom N. Merchant officiated. Hugh S. Cam- eron played a prelude of organ selections^including the traditional wedding marches, and Mrs. C. A. Smith sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly." Mr. Howell gave his daughter in BLASINGAME DRUG STORE Closed AH Day Each Wcdncsil; AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at- Edloc Phone M. 2-2200 yellow mums and carried a yellow chrysa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 11 October 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 11, 1945 Antelope Hunters Proud Of Their Kill Happy about the whole thing are these three hunters who proudly display the antelopes they killed on a hunt last week. Shown with their game are B. W. Helweg of 5714 Community Drive, Glenn F. Davis of 1802 Albans and Herman E. Morris of the Heights, all with the Davis Sheet Metal Products Co. of 2439 Bissonnet. They hunted on the Ponder Ranch between Alpine and El Paso. ELECTRIC APPLIANCE REPAIRING Prompt and Reliable Service on • WASHING MACHINES •VACUUM CLEANERS • ATTIC FANS • MIXMASTERS •IRONS • ALL SMALL APPLIANCES • BICYCLES Ifouslou Distributor for TERI'O LIQUID FLOOR WAX Floor Polishing Machines Rented Phone M. 2-2205 G. I. Jackson 3833 Browning St. Play Periods Draw Soutliside Children Good crowds have been present each day for the play periods con- ducted for children in the Southside Place Park, volunteer play super- visors report. Today through next Wednesday, the following women will serve: ...

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