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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 13 #) I) ND lo, the star, which they saw in the east, went before them, till it came and stood over where the young child was. When they saw the star, they rejoiced with ex- ceeding great joy. And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary, His Mother, and fell d own, and wor- shipped Him,- and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto Him gifts; gold, frankincense and myrrh. The Gospel according to St. Matthew Teen Talk By JEAN HARLOW . . . John Clifford, could that be Sue Heathcott wearing your ring? And could that be you calling her up every night at the wrong time ? . . . What is this I hear about Charles Landern and his Romance? • > • HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP Will buy your old discarded Light Fixtures and Sockets if in good condition— Expert Repairing of •HEATING PADS •VACUUM CLEANERS •TOASTERS •WAFFLE IRONS ETC. Dependable Service 6117 Kirby Drive Next to Bank Anyone I know, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 ( SOMEBODY'S STENOG—It Was Pure Business! cV<f PI ®ti1 ; ■' m-. BOSS-WHAT WERE VOU) DOING IN THAT HORRID) PLACE WHEN IT WAS A1EXT DAY I WAS MAKING A BOLT FOR J C@ 7/ 0 THE DOORi Jsp-Pi Ism X,. / REG'LAR FELLERS—Worthwhile Experiment . By GENE BYRNES JH&i THAT. ADVICE- VOL) GAVE, ME. ] ( GLAD T' ASOUT DATIN' A GIRL CERTAINY k IT' WORKED FOR ME1 WHO'D VA \ x TEY IT ON-? I f HECK \ TAISY0ELLE? / V NO,- ) I WALKED RISMT OP LIKE I MEANT BUSINESS AN' SAID, COM2. ON TOOTS, ME N'VCU IS GOIN' FOR. A SODA1." A STUFF! - I TRIED IT ON AGGIE. RiLEX - E3IN' A5 SHE'S YOUR. SiriL, I FISCieKED-SHE. WUZ. USED TO IT! THAT3 UOGGONED GOOD BOMBING They tell the story of the pilot who, not knowing exactly where the front lines were, spotted a col- umn of troops and dropped his bombs. For good measure he pitch- ed over the side a bundle of leaflets advising the enemy to sufrender ... DR. J. G. EGANHOUSE Practicing OPTOMETRY THE SCIENCE...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

!* o> • 0 • *1 • December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 15 r> • « : •1l ' • ♦ V • • • «) • ti ts ♦ • • * Intriguing Use of Color Gay Holiday Season Marks Fashions By CHERIE NICHOLAS scheme is carried out, in the in- stance of the dress to the right. You can imagine the yoke that styles this dress in any delectable color you wish. It's striking in fuchsia with black, very lovely in lime with dark brown, dramatic in orange with navy and tres chic in white with black. The big color-contrast thriller that is now in action in the fashion s that of black teamed with riotous colors that are most fasci- nating. New fashions are coming in of black jersey that introduce color in striking contrast. The charac- teristic feature of this new color strategy is that it stands out boldly at just some one place in the dress or the blouse. For example, a nim- ple black jersey skirt has a straight panel running up the center front from waist to hemline. This wide insert has...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 Game, in - See and tu NEW STMMBERfi-MLSOK RADIOS AND COMBINATIONS What could be better than a Season's Greetings with a NEW STROMBERG-CARLSON RADIO? Ask about our Gift Certificates ☆ A MUSICAL OJt/, We're happy to serve you— knowing that music brings pleasure to everyone. RECORD CENTER ALL THE LATEST RECORDINGS 2516 Belfaire Blvd. (Erwin Shopping Center) Phone Lehigh 7567 r*> bainsiN* • u

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

SECTION TWO ^lOkmeiytn Unm CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 HOUSTON, TEXAS Page 17 !> Brownie Troops Give Parties For Mothers Three Brownie troops have en- tertained recently with Christmas parties for their mothers, at which time the girls presented their moth- ers with gifts they had made. Troop 334 held their program last week in the home of the leader, Mrs. James McBride, 6420 Vander- bilt. Fifteen girls and mothers were present, and Mrs. A. B. Mc- Ginty, district chairman, was a spe- cial guest. Mrs. James Oliver, co- leader, assisted. Troop 188 had a party last week in the home of Mrs. M. W. Baynes of 3012 Lafayette, leader. Christ- mas decorations were featured, and each girl served refreshments to her own mother. The girls re- ceived Scout calendars. The party for Troop 38 was held last night in the home of Mrs. J. V. King, 2909 Plumb. Mrs. Hubert Smith is leader. The girls present- ed a play, "Candles for Service." If you lose your temper it is a sign you have wrong o...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 Den Mothers Meet For Monthly Luncheon The monthly luncheon for den mothers of Cub Pack 34 was held Friday in the home of Mrs. A. B. Penny, 3104 Amherst. Mrs. Charles Van Wart is chairman of the group. Ideas on handicraft were ex- changed by the den mothers, and reports were made on the miniature Christmas trees and toys which the cubs are making for children in hospital charity wards. Mrs. H. R. Funk assisted the hostess in serv- ing, and there were eight guests. The most completely lost of all days is the one during which you have not laughed. Yuletide Customs Originated In Many Lands, Eras By ELIZABETH BOYKIN With internationalism the hope and prayer of all of us, whatever our political faith, it is particularly stirring to think of the internation- alism of our Christmas. It is not only an international celebration but the mid-winter holiday is one that man has commemorated since long before the Christian era, al- m...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 19 State Health Officer Stresses Need Of Well Rounded Diet For Children Discussing: the food requirements of a child enjoying maximum health, Dr. George W. Cox, State Health Officer, has stressed the importance of a well-rounded diet and stated that a healthy and well- nourished child enjoys life because he is physically fit. Emphasizing the importance to health of an adequate and well-bal- anced diet, Dr. Cox stated further that when a child is in good health, his appetite is good, elimination is regular and sleep is sound and un- troubled. "A child's appearance can usually help parents to judge the state of his nutrition. A well-nourished child has good skin color and there is a moderate padding of fat over the be es and muscles of the arms, legs and body. Muscles are well developed and strong. Teeth are good and the gums are firm and light pink," Dr. Cox said. The State Health Officer stated that a finicky appetite or ...

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

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 West University Resident Plays Santa To Underprivileged Children Mrs. L. F. Patterson Gathers And Repairs Christmas Toys For 250 Tots Some 250 underprivileged children of Houston will be gladdened on Christmas morning because "Santa Claus' mother" has been so active these past three months. Mrs. L. F. Patterson of 3810 Tennyson has been busy since October 1 collecting, repairing and making toys. When the final count was made last week, just before they were delivered to the Goodfellows for distribution, enough toys to provide a Merry Christmas for 250 chil- dren had been gathered to- gether in the garage of Mrs. Patterson's home. When a very young neighbor in- spected the toys and learned that LOEW'S Now Playing "She Went To The Races" Starring JAMES CRAIG and FRANCES GIFFORD they were destined for youngsters who otherwise would have no gifts, she decided that Mrs. Patterson should be known henceforth "Santa Claus' mot...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 21 CHRISTMAS 1945 Perhaps no other Christmas in the history of the world will mean so much to so many people as the Christmas of 1945. For this Christmas, the war is over! May this Christmas usher in an era of "Good Will Toward Men" the world around so that never again must the common peoples of the world be confronted with the perils and hatreds of war. May now the principles prevail of the Prince of Peace whose birthday we commemorate on December 25. „ JCi. r i lii- ^ ^ University State Bank 6135 KIRBY DRIVE Member Federal D«peeH Inea ranee Cerperatftea KEYSTONE 3-5574

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 22 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 Big Business Bows To Housewives'' Wishes Has it ever occurred to you that you, as a housewife, are actually determining the policies of big business? Well, here's an instance: before the war a powdered soap manufacturer enclosed a dish towel in every box. But cotton shortages made it impossible to continue this premium. A new one was needed and a survey made of items avail- able. A series of advertisements was run in both city newspapers and farm weeklies. There was no men- tion of the soap in the ads. But each one featured a free gift. The first offer a lucky charm; the sec- ond, a face cloth; the third, a cake of facial soap, and the fourth, a booklet on laundering short cuts. Over three times as many cou- pons were sent in, by both city and farm folks, for the face cloth. That was what the ladies wanted. So that's what the manufacturer packed into his box of soap from then on. Don't gamble. No one gets some- thing f...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 23 Dicky Penny Honored With Birthday Party In honor of their son, Dicky, on his 11th birthday, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Penny entertained with a dance in their home at 3104 Amherst Sat- urday evening. Christmas decorations adorned the rooms, and there were favors Children's Clothes Designed Materials Furnis'-cd Sizes 1 to 6 Jlucille'i. 2829 Nottingham M. 2-1215 for the 28 guests. An out-of-town guest was Treldon Cutbirth of Wharton, formerly a resident of West University Place. IRRITATING The mother kangaroo was loping happily through the Australian bush when suddenly she stopped to scratch her tummy. Then she pro- ceeded happily along once more. A second and a third time she stopped irritably to scratch. Finally she put her paw Into her pouch, took out her baby and smacked it soundly. "Now, then," she said crossly, "perhaps that will teach you not to eat crackers in bed." Style Notes The flair for black increases. Flat dressma...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 A negro track laborer had been ■ proached his foreman and said: moving timbers and ties all day j "Boss, you sure you got my name until he was completely worn out. right?" At the end of the day he ap-' The foreman looked on his list TO OUR FRIENDS And many thanks for your loyal patronage. In 1946 we will continue to bend all our efforts toward giving you the best foods at lowest prices. HUFFINGTON'S GROCERY ty Blvd. M. 2-0181 and replied: "Yes. Here you are—| "Yas, suh, boss, das right. Ah Simpson, John Simpson. Isn't that | thought mebbe you had me down as right?" | Samson." Maffllp FROM EACH OF US (3L&£ * TO ALL *£$ of you It has been a privilege and a pleasure to have served you in 1945, and we look for- to your continued friendship. Horace "Buster" Schmidt -- Loyce Penick -- John Schmidt W IZ - N ICE AND FOOD MARKET 2623 Bissonnet H.0028 hmtmas ★ Stealing over the countryside is the blessed peacefulness of Chri...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 25 • • # - • *■ • « • Q Mrs. Teddlie Wins Bendix Washer o Mighty happy over winning a new Bendix Automatic Washer is Mrs. J. E. Teddlie of 2732 Barbara Lane. The machine, given by J. Edw. Farrington, Bendix dealer at 2431 Rice Boulevard, was awarded to Mrs. Teddlie as the holder of the lucky number in a drawing at the Village Theatre last week. All purchasers of Victory Bonds received tickets for the drawing. John Ellis, manager of the Village Theatre, has reported a sale of $110,000 worth of bonds, a total higher than that of any other theatre in Houston. Mrs. Teddlie bought $3000 worth of bonds during the Victory drive. Photo by r,u Barkow CfmmtM To One And All is the Sincere Wish of m idinqXDruq Stores "ONE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD" No. 14—6602 No. 15—2402 No. 19—1930 South Main University Boulevard Bissonnet Phone H-0624 Phone K. 3-6611 Phone L-6139 New Cold Storage Vault Now Being Constructed Concrete is now being poured...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 26 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 Light-colored umbrellas that are dingy or spotted can be cleaned by holding over the bathtub and going over the outside with a soft brush dipped in thick, lukewarm suds of a mild soap. YULETIDE GREETINGS A very real wish for very real friends! With this holiday season we wish to thank each of you loyal customers for your patron- age. May your Yuletide happiness be great and carry with it enough to last through- out 1946. HOUSEN HOME SERVICE LUMBER CO. 2406 University Keystone 3-6431 KTRH Will Present "Two Hours Of Stars" Christmas Afternoon A trio of top comedians, Jack Benny, Alan (Falstaff) Reed, and Vera Vague, and the Charioteers singing group, have been added to Columbia network's special Christ- mas afternoon program, "Two Hours of Stars," on KTRH from 3:00-5:00 p. m. Previously announced for the broadcast, which will be a salute to service men and women around the world, are comedian Bob Hope, singer Ginny Simms...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 27 I Tuberculosis kills one person ev- ery nine minutes! Buy Christmas Seals. Notice to Property Owners Of This District If you are contemplating Belling youi home or lota get in touch with an at once as we can give you the market price of your property. We have been real estate business. Houses Bought, Sold, Appraised, Repaired, Financed—Give Us a Trial. WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BUILDING & REALTY CO. Buffalo and University M. 2-2323 CSviutma^ Time To Hang Up Your Stocking * One of the biggest items in your Christmas stocking this Yule season of 1945 will be our note of thanks to you and our wish for the biggest, merriest, happiest Christmas you have ever had. BELLAIRE PHARMACY Belluirc. Texas M. 2-2711 Pioneer Residents On Buffalo Speedway Recall Floods Of Early Days In WUP When "old timers" get together, they are likely to do considerable reminiscing about the days back in 1922 when many streets in West University Plac...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 28 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 W. U. Lions Hold Christmas Party At 7:30 Tonight Members of the West University Lions Club and their wives will meet at 7:30 tonight for their first annual Christmas party. The affair will be held at Bill Williams on South Main, th« Lions' regular meeting place. J. L. McPherson, chairman of the arrangements committee, an- nounced that George Courtney will entertain the group with his piano- accordion. J. P. Huff will lead in the singing of Christmas carols. Decorations for the dinner are being handled by Ole Donoho. Rob- ert Levy announced that he has WEST UNIVERSITY CHURCH OF CHRIST Rice nf Aim Res. Phone M. 2-6556 Sends a personal invitation to YOU to worship at all services of the Church. Gospel preaching and congregational singing. YOU will enjoy the services. "More than a welcome awaits YOU." Bible School 10:00 A. M. Worship and Sermon.11:00 A.M. EVENING 6 P. M. (Note Change of Time in Evening Service) arranged fo...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 29 !• T > Southside Fire Fighters Re-Elect Kinghorn Chief Re-elected chief of the Southside Place Fire Department at a meet- ing last week was A1 P. Kinghorn, who has served in this capacity since the department was organ- ized in 1935 with the exception of one year when he was out of the city. During that period Robert Elam was chief. Other officers named were John Bibens, assistant chief; E. H. Bar- ziza, senior captain; Elvis T. An- derson, junior captain; Malcolm Reed and Melvin Dick, lieutenants; Frank Bowen, secretary-treasurer, and Maurice H. Phears, assistant secretary. Representatives for the department on the Firemen's Relief and Retirement Board are Chief Kinghorn, Mr. Anderson and Mr. Bowen. The city is represented by Mayor R. F. Kachtick and W. W. Patrick. During the past five years the total fire loss in the city has been $1500, while fire insurance pre- miums amounting to $29,500 have been paid by proper...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 30 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 The Season's Cgreetings CAMPUS CLEANERS 2533 UNIVERSITY BLVD. . SEASON'S . GREETINGS We're ready once more to help make your Christmas Merry with our delicious cakes and pastries. We want to thank you for your patronage during 1945 and look forward to serving you during the year to come. Stop in today. HOLIDAY SPECIALS # Fruit Cakes 2, 3, and 5 lbs. Old-Fashioned Spice Cakes 89c Large Banana Layers ....98c Christmas Cookies, assorted, doz 15c Santa Claus and Tree Cookies, doz 30c Mince and Pumpkin Pies, each 49c Special Christmas Cakes Made To Order—1 Day Notice UNIVERSITY PASTRY SHOPPE MR. AND MRS. C. J. BOZE, Props. 3632 University Blvd. M. 2-0174 Virginia Winner Weds Hugh Hutchins In Church Ceremony Tuesday Evening Miss Virginia Ruth Winner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Winner of 4018 Marquette, became the bride of Hugh Victor Hutchins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hutch- ins of Oakland, California, in a ceremony Tues...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

December 20, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION Page 31 Save Your Greeting Cards To Make Different Unique Gift Decorations Here's a suggestion that will make your friends wish they had thought of it first. Don't throw away the lovely greeting cards you have received and saved during the year. Keep them as ornaments for packages, or to decorate an otherwise plain wall. The next time you wrap a gift ifor someone, glance through the greeting cards you have saved and pick\out one with a colorful or ap- propriate picture on it. Cut the pic- ture* out neatly, glue or paste it on your gift wrapping. That's all there is to it. There are any number of objects about the -house that cutouts from greeting cards might brighten: closet doors, furniture, waste pa- per baskets, screen and cigarette boxes. Pasted on and coated with a preservative of clear shellac, greet- ing cards can serve a variety of decorative purposes. Inexpensive and distinctive gift novelties can be made from the car...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 20 December 1945

Page 32 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — CHRISTMAS EDITION December 20, 1945 LIBBY'S FANCY Fruit Cocktail Is XMAS BAKERY SPECIALS DECORATED Xmas Cake $1 DELICIOUS MINCE MEAT PIE 35c LIBBY'S SOLID PACK MISSION MEDIUM SIZE XMAS APPLE SAUCE CAKES . . 50c Custard Pumpkin 14c SUGAR PEAS 2s. 25c ROSE GLOW—MARASCHINO CHERRIES . 25c PREMIER MEDIUM Whole Beets 14c SUNSWEET Prune Juice £"23c JASMINE I SHORTENING 17c * 1 FULL DRESSED Lb. 56c Over 14 Lbs. PILLSBURY'S BEST * a ■ • ■<* -s. ■■ '"aaHB^m1' i'm FLOUR 10- 47c MUSSELMAN'S PURE Apple Butter 23c WHOLE SOUR CUCUMBER PICKLi E,S;i$1.49 Under 14 Lbs. 59c TURKEYS PURE PORK PAN SAUSAGE ^ 33c GRADE "A" QUALITY OVEN ROAST Lb 26c GRADE "A" QUALITY SIRLOIN STEAK Lb 33c FRESH PORK CHOPS Lb. 35c COMPLETE LINE POULTRY, GRADE A DRESSED IN OUR OWN PLANT ALL SPECIALS GOOD FOR FOUR BIG DAYS THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY-MONDAY 20TH 21ST 22ND 24TH HOME GROWN SNOW BALL Cauliflower 2 '■>- 19c CALIFORNIA CRISP TENDER PASCAL CELERY staik 19c Home Grown Carrots 5c per bu...

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