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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 December 1945

December 13, 1945 southwestern times Page 9 EXCELLENT QUALITY FULLY AGED 19-21% ALCOHOL SUNNYLAND SELECT CALIFORNIA SWEET WINES CHOICE OF PORT-SHERRY full fifth MUSCATEL full Also Half Gallons 1.58 GALL0N JUG 65c $2.98 It's smart to say...I'll take mmI Only Dubonnet tastes like Dubonnet... it's delightful any time.. FIFTH BROWN FORMAN'S KING 86 Proof Fifth KINSEY 86.8 Proof Fifth THREE FEATHERS 86 Proof G&B 86 Proof POPULAR 3.85 3.98 3.98 2.25 Fifth Pint WHISKIES Old Thompson Blended and Bottled by GLENMORE 86.8 Proof 2.25 HARWOOD'S __ CANADIAN W QC WHISKEY 90.4 Proof fifth CORONET Coronet V.S.Q. BRANDY 84 Proof full fifth 3.95 MATURED TO PERFECTION TRUE TYPE 20% ALCOHOL CHOIX ROYALE PRIVATE STOCK SWEET CALIFORNIA WINES PRODUCED AND BOTTLED BY CAMEO VINEYARDS NOW AT THE WINERY IN CALIFORNIA CHOICE OF MADEIRA TAWNY PORT MUSCATEL PALE DRY SHERRY 1.29 FULL FIFTH THERE'S ONLY ONE southern comfort 5 25 \ 25 PINT J FOB THOSE WHO ENJOY MIXING THEIR OWN ZOMBIE heavy body ron rico 90 J 1...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 December 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 13, 1945 Hackney Elected Head Of Real Estate Board T. F. Hackney of 2127 Swift was elected president of the Houston Real Estate Board by the directors last week. Mr. Hackney succeeds Capt. M. A. Rowe of 2300 Quenby. At Christmas play and make good cheer, For Christmas comes but once a year.—Thomas Tusser. Nature has given to men one tongue, but two ears, that we may hear from others twice as much as we speak.—Epictetus. J. P. HUFF now operating as Huff Insurance Agency Accident Aircraft Annuities Automobile Fire Hospitalization Liability Life Motor Boats Plate Class Residence Theft Storekeeper's Robbery Surety Bonds Windstorm "Be Sure . . . Insure" 3406 Albans Madison 2-5215 SameiltUu^ £<xt>ia Sjzecial FOR HER CHRISTMAS Platinum Diamond Ring One Large uiul Six Small Diamonds $1000 Value Special *750.00 Alia Man's Diamond Ring $750 Value Special *550.00 i have the ring: for five days and if not si toney will be gladly refunded. SOL S. ROSE JE...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 December 1945

December 13, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 With MARGARET L. SWEITZER Perhaps the thought uppermost in our minds just now is Christmas shopping. When you are pondering over what to give your gardening friends, don't forget that a person always appreciates gifts connected with his hobby. No gardener ever has too many attractive pots or containers for cut flowers. A good holder, or frog, is worth consider- ing. Gifts For The Garden Then for the garden itself, one could get a bench or other seat so that the gardener may relax and enjoy the results of his labors. The only trouble is that when you sit down and look around, you are sure to see a weed that needs pulling or a plant that needs moving or trim- ming and the first thing you know you are working again; but any- way, it is a nice idea. Barbecue accessories are a happy thought for those Sunday night suppers cooked in the backyard on the pleasanter winter days, and the host and hostess will like some new cooking gadgets. Books on ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 December 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 13, 1945 i does not say much 1 LAW ON SANTA'S SIDE is no sign he has nothing to say. BONNIE JO FARRISH ANTIQUE SHOP Give Antiques for Xmas—buy now 3435 Bellairc Blvd. M. 2-3292 In several states of the Union there is a definite law forbidding anyone from interfering with a child's belief in Santa Claus. There is usually plenty of room at the top because some of those who get there go to sleep and roll off. ELECTRICAL-MECHANICAL REPAIRING WASHING MACHINES IRONS—MIXERS FANS—TOASTERS VACUUM CLEANERS ALL OTHER APPLIANCES FLOOR FURNACES ELECTRIC MOTORS GAS ENGINES WATER PUMPS AIR COMPRESSORS REFRIGERATION—DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL Call For anil Delivery Service SUPERIOR PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CO. 7 Jarrard Phone M. 2-4674 or L. 7460 C. W. BAILEY wishes to announce to his many friends in this section, his return to the business of PAINTING AND DECORATING ■nd Textoning For Estimates Phone C.W. BAILEY CONTRACTING CO. Discharged Navy Man Joins Peterson's * Flo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 December 1945

December 13, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 > # San Marcos Favorite Miss Virginia Krocsche has been chosen by the student body of the Southwest Texas State College of San Marcos as one of six co-ed favorites. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Kroesche of 3773 Sunset Boule- vard. Annual Christmas Parly Staged By Lnmsden Bible Class The Myrtle Lumsden Bible Class held its annual Christmas party in Mrs. Lumsden's home, 2305 Sunset Boulevard, Tuesday with Mrs. Al- bert Baring in charge of the pro- gram. Participating in Christmas songs and readings were Mrs. R. G. Trip- let, Mrs. Lon Brockman, Mrs. W. H. Poole, Miss Cynthia Poole, Mrs. E. L. Adams and Mrs. Henry G. Prince. ★ ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN! "Could you tell me the date of a traffic accident at the corner of 15th and Denver the early part of November?" an anxious feminine voice inquired of the Fort Worth Police Department. After much digging through the files, an obliging police officer was able to report to the trouble...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 December 1945

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 13, 1945 SOMEBODY'S STENOG—Big, Brave Smithers DID YOU KVOUGOBACK AND COLLECT THAT BILL- ILL SHOW HE HIT ME OVER THE HEAD WITH HIS CHAIR. AND THREW ME OUT THE FRONT ■- ■ DOOR! COLLECT THAT HIM HE CANT- BILL, MAC? SCARE ME? REG'LAR FELLERS—Another Eus:ness Failure By GENE BYRNES AH! THERC'S THAT dooble-crossin; no good, \ MEAT-BALL MONOHAN,— )■ JEST TH' GUY' I ' 1 V/ANNA .SEE! Jr mm business ENTIRE. 3T(XX HEY YOU! WHAT DID YOU TELL TEACHER- T'DAY THAT GOT ME KB FT AFTER. •SCHOOL THAT <5 MY &U5INE5S, CONSIDER V SELF RETIRED DUGAN STRICTLY MY 0USINES3/ SOLD TO BJTTNlCkl&GC MAIN STSfzEt TURKEY IS AMERICAN Although turkey is the essential feature of Christmas dinner today, the bird was unknown in England in the 16th century. Introduced from America, it came into its present popularity in the early 1700s. BUSINESS MEN'S BIBLE CLASS OF WEST UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH AUDEN AT AMHERST Extends to all men an invitation to worship tcith us. A frien...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 December 1945

* *> • December 13, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 The marriage of Miss Anne Niland, daughter of Mrs. L. Dickey Niland of 3917 Tennyson to Capt. Parris E. Kail of Twin Falls, Idaho, was solemnized Saturday in the Fort Crockett Chapel in Galves- ton. The couple will live in Galves- ton until Captain Kail receives his discharge shortly after the first of the year, when they will be at home in Twin Falls. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Allen of 3906 Univer- ■* • GIFT WRAPPING Ve carry the moat complete line of decora* ivc srift wrapping papers and ribbons in louston. Every gift 1h greatly enhanced when rtistically wrapped. Bring your gifts to as. )ur experienced personnel will wrap your gift whether purchased at this store er elsewhere—and reasonably, too. PERSONALIZED GIFTS COCKTAIL AND LUNCHEON NAPKINS, INITIALED PAPER MATCHES IN COLORS, STATIONERY, ETC. ALSO FIGURINES AND CHINA, HAND-MADE COMBS. We do appreciate your business. Tell us if you like our service. Robe/it Q...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 13 December 1945

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES December 13, 1945 cHRisTmns PLAN YOUR HOLIDAY FOODS EARLY . . SAVE! BUY THESE SPECIALS . . . Thursday Friday - Saturday MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE £ 29c LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE ■■■ 10c LIBBY'S CUT Red Beets 2 it. 25c UNCLE WILLIAM SWEET PEAS 2 25c MUSSELMAN'S PURE Apple Butter s°* 23c '' fd ^ C SEA FEAST PINK SALMON af 15c WAX PAPER CUT-RITE sF 15c APPLE SAUCE 2 - 29C PURE PORK PAN Sausage 33c GRADE "AA" and "A" QUALITY SIRLOIN STEAK 33c SQUARE-CUT SHOULDER—"A" QUALITY ROAST 26c GRADE "AA" and "A" QUALITY ROUND STEAK 39c FRESHLY SLICED MM g* Calf Liver 59c FIVE VARIETIES Lunch Meat 27c Coffee Cake 25c ASSORTED Fruit Pies 35c XMAS COOKIES ITffc VEGETABLES FRESH CAPE COD Cianbenies ">■ 35c While They Last U. S. No. 1 KILN DRIED YAMS 4' 29c TEXAS SWEET JUICY SEEDLESS Oianges 2" 39c FRESH SHIPMENT WASHINGTON BUSHY FUR XMAS TREES 40c „ol„'4' MARASCHINO CHERRIES 8-Oz. Bottle 29c ALL BRANDS—EVAPORATED MILK 3 Tall Cans 25c SAINT ELMER Mixed Vegetables Can" 17c FOR SOUPS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

fanes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 2—Number 13 HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 20, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year OUR WISH FOR ;-vJ Humanity's hope and civilization's cry for a brave, new world is perennially strengthened by the light that shines from the eyes of children as they stand in the presence of their Christmas idol ; —Santa Claus. The wonder of these faces unfolds ! mankind's greatest lessons. | For here is faith resplendent in its j ; simplicity. • * jmk , & &.it shines out- ward from the world of childhood onto 11 '* <§$ our adult world—path- Let these rays be cast on us and warm us. Warm our hearts. Kindle the spark. Light the way. For great things are all cradled in the land of simplicity and faith—the land of a childish face. And peace in the world is the great thing in our hearts this Christmas. And lasting peace must spring from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

rage 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 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 MARGARET BURTON 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 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 20,1945 Chtfstmasltells heard the bells on Christmas Day Their old, familiar carols play, ^ And wild and sweet1' The words repeat Of peace on earth, ^good will to men. H. W. Longfellow chriswa? A GOOD WAY to keep Christmas jfJL well is to bring joy to every- one we can. This, we believe, is the spirit of this community . . . one of the important reasons why liv- ing here affords ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 3 y. 1 MERRY CHRISTMAS As a small token of our high esteem for the people whom we serve, we send these words of Greeting. We place an immeasurable value on your friendship and trust that we may merit its continuance. We renew our pledge of the service which we con- stantly strive to render; and we take this occasion to send you our very best wishes for a happy Christmas and a New year filled with all the good things of life. Peterson's Pharmacy THE VILLAGE

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20,1945 RAMBLING.... Thanks to L. J. Gillingham for the nice letter about enjoying the Times while he was in the Navy. He received his discharge last week and is now at home with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor G. Gil- lingham of 2018 Quenby Road. . . . Mrs. John Redmond of 3752 Rob- inhood has returned from the hos- pital after a tussle with pneu- monia. . . . Back home at 2231 Southgate are Dr. and Mrs. Shaw McDaniel and children. Dr. McDaniel was a com- mander in the Navy and has been stationed in South Carolina. He will resume his practice soon. Their son, Kirby, celebrated his fourth birthday with a party Saturday. . . . Mighty happy over the arrival of Nancy on December 13 are Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wolfrom of 3819 Am- herst. She weighed five pounds, six ounces. . . . John E. Aydam, son of Mrs. John Aydam of 6719 Annapolis is home and taking a good rest after duty in the European theater. . . . Dr. and Mrs. Gary Turner are ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 6 Henry Ford And Santa Haven't A Thing On W. K. Wood When It Comes To Cars Or Toys Miniature Auto With Gasoline Motor Thrills Youngsters Ingenuity in these days of toy shortages is an asset hard to beat— even by old Santa himself in more abundant times. After reading about the impossi- bility for St. Nick's helpers to take over the entire assembly line for toy making, papas and mamas are realizing that all the order-placing and wishful thinking won't get the goods delivered this year. The W. K. Woods of 3706 Rice Boulevard and the J. G. Dingwalls of 3715 Rice, are examples of fami- lies who are doing something about the situation. Mr. Wood gave his neighbor, Donald Dingwall, 13, a $25.00 Victory Bond in exchange for a little three-quarter horse- power motor. From this he turned out a jamb-up job of a midget car for his two-year-old son, Monte, and daughter, Suzanne, five. He took the battered body of an old pedal car and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 ESPECIALLY THEM YANKEES! An authentic V-mail letter written during the war by a Ten- nessee lad read as follows: "Dear Pa: I'm in a tight spot, cooped up here in this shop with guns and ammunition, submarines and bombers and Yankees all around me. Tell Ma not to worry." Qafidlettuuf With MARGARET L. SWEITZER What can be used instead of holly? Not that holly isn't beauti- ful for Christmas, but it is fast dis- MRS. McCLATCHY EXCLUSIVE FRUIT CAKE BAKER for 15 Years $1.25 per Pound Valentine 2-5981 Christmas Greetings 'm not too late! TOO LATE . . . you're never too late ■ to find what you need—and want— at our store. Mothers have always de- pended upon us to clothe their off- spring properly. With the new year, new mothers will he coming to us for advice on what to buy for Baby. Whatever they do buy from us shall be quality throughout and exactly what Baby needs. Baby Center Everything for Baby and Children up to six year...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 7 MERRY CHRISTMAS Thanks to the folks in Southwestern Houston for their enthusiastic patron- age of the produce depart- ment at Toot-N-Tellem since we took over last month. HOMER and DIANNE LA GROUE 2500 Block Bellaire Blvd. Plastic Products To Serve Numerous Uses In Years Ahead While plastic cars and plastic houses "are certainly not for the immediate future," Dr. J. J. Pyle, director of General Electric's plas- tics laboratory, declares, you may rest assured that in the next 10 years plastic products will find their way into your everyday life in ever-increasing; numbers. Dr. Pyle mentioned a list of prop- erties available in plastic materials which runs the gamut: Materials so tough that they can- not be brokeft with a hammer to others as brittle as sandstone; plas- tics with greater transparency than glass to others that even X-rays have difficulty going through; materials that are as soft as putty or rubber to others...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION i romans/ | .791 .591 CHAMPAGNE FIFTH n PORT —SHERRY k MUSCATEL J5 20% Alcohol tf BURGUNDY f( SAUTERNE ^ 12% Alcohol FIFTH MIM -^v \\MRW 86 Proof White or Gold BACARDI 89 Proof AMBER PLATA CHOICE FIFTH gotham extra dry W0* I fif) Proof READY TO SERVE FIFTH 69u>seai> <3 FR ' PRODUCED IN CALIFORNIA mmy it IMPORTED FROM SPAIN FIVE STAR 84 Proof FINK RARE FULL PINT December 20, 1946 iORDON S igini t-tllEf 94.4 Proof W HBw FIFTH FROM FRANCE Fermented in The Bottle FIFTH CHAMPAGNES AND COGNACS PRICED RIGHT • great western EXTRA DRY The Well Known Champagne 86.8 Proof PLANTATION FIFTH 2.45 • padre sec PINT 3.95 FIFTH You will enjoy this fine Liqueur. It embodies the Romance and Taste Sensa- tions of Many Drinks. FIFTH DIXIE BELLE GIN 3.10 90 Proof FIFTH NATURALLY FERMENTED IN THE BOTTLE. PRODUCED AND BOTTLED IN NEW YORK STATE FIFTH gold seal BRUT. NEW YORK STATE CHAMPAGNE 1940 VINTAGE NATURAL BULK FERMENTATION cresta blanca EXTRA DRY C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 BLENDED 86.8 Proof 3.98 FULL FIFTH PORT SHERRY ALL NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS OF BLENDED WHISKIES AT CEILING PRICES OR LESS HALF GALLON NOILLY PRAT • FRENCH VERMOUTH 30-0z. BOTTLE 19% Alcohol SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 9 84 Proof 5th 3.95 SUNNYLAND SELECT 89 Proof D ORO or BLANCA 5th 5.50 EGGNOG I Beat the yolks and whites of six eggs separately. Add % pound sugar to whites and beat until ■tiff. Add well-beaten yolks to the whites and beat both thor- oughly together. Add ono pint of bourbon or good quality Blended Whiskey or half pint White Rum and half pint Brandy. Stir well after adding , one pint cream and one pint milk. Serve in 8-ounce Grate nutmeg serve 10 people. :e glass, p. Will 3ft PURE GRAPE FULLY AGED CALIFORNIA SWEET WINES 19-21% Alcohol Choice of MUSCATEL 2.98 FULL GALLON 1.58 FULL FIFTH .65 SEAGHAM'S CHRISTMAS GIFT BOXES Stm'KUMtl SfctEfT CALIFORNIA Sherry wim FULL d! FIFTH ASSOTMENT No. 1 ONE FIFTH SEAGRAM'S V.O. 6 Years Old Canad...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 He that will not apply new reme- dies must expect new evils.—Bacon. MURIEL GILL A+Uiqu&l Art Objects and Paintings 4039 Case Madison 2-1926 When clothing is spotted with rain, place a clean, damp cloth on the material and press it with a moderately warm iron. Baste a line down center front of the dress you are making and another down center back. Use these lines as guides in fitting. A small bag filled with corn- starch when dusted on the palm of the hand will absorb perspiration and prevent soiling when sewing on white or light-colored fabrics. To clean diamond rings, cover them with wood alcohol and let stand for five minutes. Remove and polish with white tissue paper. for the past four years so closely confined to serving home, business, industry and a nation at war —takes on new radiance this Yuletide as a symbol through which our company conveys its constant, warm regard to you, our friends and customers. HOUS...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 11 1 Christmas Charlotte i ~ Greer "The trouble with having such an all-fired modern family and try- ing to keep up with them," Alice told herself as she looked around the hotel dining room on Christmas Day, "is that modernism and Christmas just don't go together.' Her face felt as still as a hard ened jelly mold from holding the smile she was determined not to re lax, and internally she was posi- tively wound up from the effort to emulate the rest of the gay, noisy people who were here instead of being at home where Alice thought they should be on that day above all others that has made your < fireside the place you most like to be. While they waited for the entree she and William were alone, sitting at opposite ends of the long table watching their children dance Alice's eyes were focused on her tall, dark-haired Bill and his slim, golden-haired girl, Rosemary. Bill would soon be eighteen, that was why he fixed her a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hobby of 2115 Glenn Haven will entertain with a tea dance for the teen-age set from 4 to 6 o'clock December 28 at the Junior League in honor of their son, William. Expected home tomorrow from T. S. C. W. at Denton is Miss Jo Ann Turrentine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Turrentine, Jr., of 4542 Bellaire Boulevard. The Turrentines will entertain with their 12th annual open house begin- ning at 8 p. m. on New Year's Eve. A holiday visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benny O'Hunt, 4215 Swarthmore, will be their grand- mother, Mrs. A. B. Lee of Dallas. She will arrive tomorrow. A buffet supper featuring the Christmas motif was given Monday by Mrs. Fred Schwathe of 2047 Ad- dison for members of the Dutch Club. There were 20 guests. Scheduled to arrive today from T. C. U. in Fort Worth is Miss Betty Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. m£RRY CHRIST m/is •aTOOnE/HID/ULtt With sincere thanks to my many frien...

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