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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

February 7, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 kfttfBZx-X BOTTLED AT THE WINERY IN CALIFORNIA ALTA €tyj DeIUXE RESte<E DE LUXE RESERVE SWEET WINES 20% Alcohol by Volume CHOICE OF MUSCATEL SHERRY PORT FULL FIFTH .60 ROMAij^/ .75 .59 PORT-SHERRY MUSCATEL 20% Alcohol BURGUNDY SAUTERNE 12% Alcohol FIFTH VATE STOCK 'ROIX ROYALB ti/frM PORT SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY where Spanish dons and monks first made fine wines. CAMEO VINEYARDS IS again PRODUCING by the same original, painstaking methods, a line of fine wines, such as Croix Royale Private Stock 20% by Volii Madeira Tawny Port Muscatel Pale Dry Sherry FULL FIFTH i*. Regular 1.62 NOW l 29 EXCELLENT QUALITY SUNNYLAND SELECT PURE GRAPE FULLY AGED CALIFORNIA SWEETWINES CHOICE OF PORT SHERRY MUSCATEL j H All 20Alcohol ALF GALLON Filth .65 1.58 2.98 CALIFORNIA SHERRY WINC BENEDICTINE D.O.M. 86 Proof 7.95 FULL FIFTH COINTREAU 80 Proof FULL FIFTH 5.65 Popular Whiskies THREE FEATHERS 3 Qg FIFTH 5.98 FIFTH 3.85 , FIFTH SCHENLEY RESERVE 2 Qft 86 Proof P...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES February 7, 1946 Three R's Will Be Demonstrated For Parents, Teachers Demonstrations in "readin', ritin' and 'rithmetic" will be presented by children of the elementary school for members of the West University Parent-Teacher Association at the February meeting. The group will gather in the school cafeteria at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday instead of at the customary 7:30 meeting time. Children of Miss Cecile Forester's high first room will present demon- strations in reading, and pupils from Miss Adelene Dickinson's high fifth room will give drills in arith- metic and spelling. A nominating committee will be elected. Officers for the 1946-47 season will be chosen at the March meeting. In observance of National Boy Scout Week, scouts will ad- vance the colors. STELZIG Saddlery Co. 8ADDLERT • HARNESS Remedies—Sponge*—Chamois—Pocket Books—Tweed's Liniment—Gold HOUSTON. TEXAS BOTTLED GOODS from ScUoettle!i PACKAGE STORE Make Your Parties Complete FINE TABLE WINES - CHAM...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

February 7, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Spring Classes Set By Theatre School The Little School of the Theatre at 2812 Nottingham will open spring classes this month with Minerva Black as staff director and Betty Greene Little as supervisor and founder. "Expression of self is the aim of education, and true self-expression is achieved when the individual's personality has been brought into direct relationship with his environ- ment," Mrs. Little says. "In any walk of life, whether professional or social, the development of indi- viduality is essential. The most direct way to achieve this is through the study of dramatic art." -fa World production of petroleum in 1946 is expected to reach 252,- 000,000 gallons daily. S. & H. Green Stamps SOUTHGATE SERVICE STATION Thirty Minute Battery Ghargc Shell Petroleum Products Geo. J. Linenkugel, Owner Hadley 2304 6702 S. Main at Southgute De Foy's Cafe "A Good Place To Eat" • STEAKS •CHICKEN •PLATE LUNCHES •SHORT ORDERS Beer Served with ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES February 7, 1946 • m Dog Owners In WUP Warned To Buy 1946 License Tags Dog licenses for 1946 are now due and payable in West Univer- sity Place, according to Grady Smith, chief of police. A city ordi- nance requires that all dogs in the BELLAIRE CAFE for good food Plate Lunches Meat - M Two Vegetables ^CO Salad COLD BEER AND BEER TO GO C. H. Nelius, Prop. M. 2-0182 city over the age of six months be licensed, whether they run at large or not, the chief said. Tags are now on hand and may be purchased at the City Hall for $1. The chief pointed out that the owners of lost dogs can be traced through the city's records when the dog wears a license tag. HE'S GOOD, TOO Mischa Elman, the world-fa- mous violinist, was introduced to an elderly Viscountess, who said she remembered him as a curly- haired boy of ten in a Prince Al- bert suit. "That must have been very long Southampton Girl To Wed MRS. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE • Bellaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bell...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

February 7, 1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 • $ I Love Set This intriguing service created by Carole Stupell, noted New York and Washington designer of table decor, introduces drama and adven- ture in dining for the all-important couple. Advocating that the bridal cou- ple is more important than any important guest. Miss Stupell de- fies the hackneyed by recommend- ing at least four or even six en- sembled services for two, complete from flatware to china and center- piece. Thus "just-for-two" dinners become triumphs pf original and ingenious changes throughout the week, guaranteed to keep the ro- mantic aura of the dining table far beyond the honeymoon period. Noted for her revolutionary changes in table decor, Miss Stu- pell coordinates her patterned china with tinted glass plates and stemware to synchronize with the color scheme, and follows the de- sign theme in the selection of table mats, napkins and other accessories. REVIVED It was a hot summer day as the wizened rancher rod...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES February 7, 194G • I # • 4 • * • SOr.IEDQDY'S STENOG—Plenty of Information I'M AFTES SOME INFORMATION FOR MY boss-hs j taki;;s a humored mile business trip-what train should now these are rather iuh-huh s nifty seats on this TRAIN - AND THAT'S THE HE TAKE ( SHOULD I LATEST THING and whepe he sleep etc i c< /he'aeoiNsX etc - )vto tinktom PEDH'o=YI-HAKIi REG'LAR FELLERS—Quick Service NOW IS THESE ANYTHING ) i IJCKV- ELSET-I HOPE HE IS | x SHOL11 D LUCKY ON THIS TRlPUZ GOING TO THE COAST!! 3 © £ '<-THANK GOODMESS ^ - MS DIDN'T decide o*]J3 ! By GENE BYRNES ft®W, PINHEAD DON'T YOU GE-TdL OF BED TO GET A DRINK. OF WATEI - GO TO £$&>•{ -SLEEP.' HE WON'T. WHADDA YOU GOT TO SAY ABC'IT IT? .SUPPOSE I GETTHIRSTY- J GET w ' thirsty all ya like- you won't mafta get up! w£ li. - i'm thiristy right now whatcha gonna DO about it I ALWAYS KEEP MY WATER. PISTOL rtnn*v>Pl UNDER- TH' PILLOW UOLSl/o , /■ IN OF BURGLARS ' ^)^W-4\ ^N' THIRSTY PEOPLE/ X'l/^ FOLLO...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

• I • • * • 1 * • <* • February 7,1946 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 ♦D ♦) T •v Garden Groups Plan Meetings For Next Week Meetings for three groups of the Garden Club of West University are scheduled for next week. The Sunset Terrace Group will meet at 10 a. m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. C. G. Albert, 3738 Plumb, with Mrs. L. C. Geiler as co-hostess. Mrs. G. B. Reneau will speak on "The ENGINEERING b SUPPLY CO., Inc. W 2900 Washinart GThrR^Tud1nGrouTwiiihoid| Gaye Sanders To Be Featured In Recital its meeting at 10 a. m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Jerry Beck, 2802 Plumb, with Mrs. O. B. Manes as co-hostess. Mrs. Miller Stewart will review the book, "A Lion in the Street." Coffee will precede the book review. The Althea Group will meet at 10:30 on Wednesday in the home of Mrs. F. S. Breshears, (5434 Rutgers. Mrs. A. L. Sweitzer will speak on "Vegetable Gardening." OIL AND ATOMS, TOO "Atomic power is an addition to the world's supply of fuel. It cer- tainly will not replace present ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 7 February 1946

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES February 7, 1946 PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR 10" 47c Folger's COFFEE 29c Lb. Jar Save! Buy SPECIALS Thursday FRIDAY, SATURDAY LIBBY'S FANCY HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE JUiCE s- 35c EXTRA SPECIAL QUALITY Robin Hood Eggs ~ 44c B BAKERY SPECIALS "Baked In Our Own Plant" DELICIOUS FLUFFY Sunshine CAKE 75c FRESH FULLY DRESSED ■ DRESSED IN OUR ■ ■ ■ ■ & OWN PLANT Lb. W W fflinnzzsEanmam LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE Can2 IOC GRADE "A" Ql ALITY OVEN ROAST 26c CELERY 2s""" 15c JORDAN MAID ALMONDS Lbx I 9 LARGE SIZE RIPE OLIVES S 29c SUNSWEET PRUNE JUICE 25c NATALIA SAUER KRAUT 5n2/' 14c Gold Medal Spaghetti or MACARONI 2 Pkgs. 15c FANCY FIRM RIPE MEXICAN GOOD FLAVORED TOMATOES 2 K- 39C GRADE "A" QUALITY ROUND STEAK 39c HOME GROWN FIRM GREEN HEAD CABBAGE 2 ft 7c GRADE "A" QUALITY LOIN STEAK 33c TEXAS SEEDLESS SWEET JUICY ORANGES 2 k 39c FRESHLY GROUND GROUND VEAL 25c RANCH STYLE BEANS 3 c.™ 25c WORLD OVER PURE PINEAPPLE PRESERVES £ 25c FLOTTA WHOLE OR HALVES APRICOTS ? 25c FRESH MEAT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

50UTHWE5TER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BELLAIRE. SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD. SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 3—Number 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 2, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year \ West University Installs New Council Tonight Commission Will Be Inaugurated In Rites At Community House Bellaire Blvd. Will Be Improved If County Bonds Voted The indication that Bellaire Boulevard will be one of the finest paved streets in Greater Houston was given this week by former County Commissioner Ruth Tur- rentine who, in one of the last of- ficial acts of her administration, negotiated for the paving of the north side of Bellaire. Under construction at the pres- ent time is the south half of the boulevard designed to make the street a four-lane thoroughfare. Bridges have already been installed and paving on the south half .of the street will begin soon. Now plans are under way, Mrs. Turrentine said, for the concrete paving of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 2, 1947 5DUTHWE5TER * ★ ★ Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN.. ETTA MARTIN BILL WAGNER ED SMITH SAM KEEPER Editor and Publisher Managing Editor ..Reporter and Feature Editor Advertising Manager Circulation Manager 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 6, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 2, 1947 A Year Of Promise Nineteen hundred and forty-seven holds much promise for West University Place and Houston. It should be a great year for the two cities, not only because each has a nsw administration being inducted into office tonight, but also because the time is now ripe for the launching of and bringing to fulfillmen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

Thursday, January 2, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Pace 3 Women's WOOL skirts 1 ^2 P"ce Reg. 4.30—Now 2.15 Reg. 5.95--Now 2.97 Reg. 7.95—Now ... .3.97 Reg. 8.95--Now 4.47 Reg. 9.95-Now 4.97 ★ ★★★★★ Women'* slack suits 1 3 M Reg. 8.95--Now ....5.97 Reg. 10.95--Now .. .7.30 ★ ★★★★★ Women's Wool pedal pushers Reg. 4.95--Now ... .3.30 Reg. 7.95-Now ... .5.30 *3 011 ★ ★★★★★ Women's sweaters 1 ^2 Pr*ce Reg. 3.98 to 9.95 Now 1.99 to 4.97 Children's sweaters Price Reg. 2.98 to 7.95 Now 1.49 to 3.97 Sizes 4 to 16 ★ ★★★★★ ^ Children's skirts Price Sizes 2 to 16--6x to 14x Reg. 4.95 to 7.95 Values Now—2.47 to 3.97 ★ ★★★★★ Children's r or e s QUILTED COTTONS! QUILTED CHINTZ! Off Reg. 4.95—Now 3.30 Reg. 5.95-Now 3.97 Reg. 8.95--Now .... 5.97 Children's Millinery Reg. 2.98--Now ....1.50 Reg. 3.49--Now 1.75 "Esmond" Crib rlankets Reg. 3.29 Value Now. $2" 25% Wool — 50% Cotton And 25% Rayon Slight Imperfects Extra-Size COTTON gowns Reg 3.98-Now 2.75 Sizes 42 to 48 Lace Trim PRINTED gowns Reg. 4.95--Now $...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 2, 1947 A guest in the home of Mrs. James Barivard of 4906 Spruce in Bellaire is Mrs. Marguerite Wil- liams of New York City. Hostess to the Garden Arts Club on next Wednesday will be Mrs. Norman White of 4103 Byron. Spending the Christmas holidays with her family, the A. J. Thomp- sonsof 3115 Nottingham, was Miss Betty Jean Armstrong of Dallas. The Shuta Study Club enter- tained with a tea last week for its members and their friends in the home of Mrs. Charles A. Pace of 2611 Pittsburg. A Christmas mo- tif was carried out, featuring an arrangement of poinsettias on the serving table. Assisting were Mrs. John J. Carter, Mrs. J. W. Comis- key, '.Mrs. T. J. Dupont, Jr. and Mrs. 'C. E.j Kinzback. Spending Christmas in San An- tonio with relatives were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Simpson and son, Dick, of 2789 Barbara Lane. Holiday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Farrell of 3759 Ingold are Mr. and Mrs. George J. Scharf of Madison, Wisconsin. M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

Thursday, January 2, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 RAMBLING.... Leaving last week on a sea voy- age to Venezuela was Capt. H. B. Lambdin of 2728 Carolina Way. He expects to be gone about 11 days. . . . Back in West University after a stay in Miami, Florida, are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stewart who have purchased the home at 3020 Wrox- ton Road. Mr. Stewart formerly was in the mortgage loan busi- ness. . . . Several residents of the section had a stake in the opening of th® Butler-Grimes Five-and-Ten-Cent Store in Texas City recently. J. Trochta, assistant manager of the Butler-Grimes store in The Village was transferred to the new store as assistant manager. He will be succeeded here by Foster Heath- man from the Conroe unit. Guy W. Butler, 2922 University Boule- vard, is president of the chain. R. W. Grimes of 2150 Richmond is vice-president and L. N. Murray Directors Of Water District Call Mass Meeting For Monday Residents of the area northwest, west and southwest of Bellaire, the terri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 2, 1947 Those Calories "How are you coming along with your reducing?" "Not very well; I'm afraid I'm a poor loser." Coleman And Utility Floor Furnaces Installed • One-Day Service ® Excellent Engineering • No Down Payment • 36 Months To Pay • First Payment Due 60 Days After Installation Christmas Appliance and Heating Co. Keystone 3-6648 County Commissioner Forsakes Public Life For Home Chores Mrs. Ruth Turrentine Retires After Four Years Of Service A stranger in Bellaire these days, though she has lived there many years, is Mrs. S. & H. GREEN STAMPS SOUTHGATE SERVICE STATION Thirty Minute Battery Charge Shell Petroleum Products Geo. J. Linenkugel, Owner HADLEY 2304 6702 S. Main at Southgate School of Charm and Modeling ENROLL NOW FOR THE SPRING COURSE JVialking -• Make-up — Diction 901 W. ALABAMA K. 3-2071 West University Church of Christ Rice at Auden Sts. Res. Phone M. 2-6556 Sends a personal invitation to YOU to worship at all servi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

Thursday, January 2, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Wildcat Oil Well Being Drilled Near Bellaire A second attempt to locate oil formations near Bellaire is under- way three miles southwest of the city limits, it was announced this week by L. M. York, Houston drill- ing contractor. Mr. York is rigged up and ready to spud a wildcat test, the second in the area in two years. York will drill the test for Rut- lege & Clark, Dallas operators, Floyd L. Karsten, Houston inde- pendent operator, and Willet Wil- son, Houston attorney, all of whom are interested in the test. The new test plans to drill to the 3600-foot level and try for pro- duction. In the previous test, a couple of shows were reported at 3600 feet but proved dry at a greater depth. The test in on the Joseph F. Meyer, Jr. 5000-acre tract of land. Jewelry and Watch Repairing Crystals Fitted DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY ^Ccirtt d FINF JFWELRY and GIFTS 6024 S. MAIN H. 6741 SILVERWARE RADIOS ELECTRIC APPLIANCES PHONE NOW FOR QUIC...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 2, 1947 Use our classified ads. CHARLIE OWENS c'9581 * J\n^r M. 2-7922 1200 STERLING BLDG. HOUSTON 2, TEXAS "Ask A Man Who's Paid Losses" Legal Notice— (Continued from Page 7) Hurnett School Building in said distri< and the following named persons a hereby appointed officers of said electio F. A. Tippen—Presiding Judge. II. Z. Kelly—Assistant Judge. K. S. Hay less—Clerk. Mrs. Paul H. Wedin-Clerk. The election officers shall make returi of said election to this Board within fi' (5) days after the date of said election, and shall deliver the ballot box and other election records to the Secretary of this Board to be preserved as provided by A substantial copy of this order, notice containing the same, signed by I he President and the Secretary of this Board of Directors shall constitute proper notice of said election, and the President and Secretary of this Board of Director: are hereby directed and authorized ti Beautify Your Windows WITH...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

Thursday, January 2, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 SEAT COVERS FOR MOST MAKES OF CARS COUPES.... $10.95 Coaches or Sedans $19.95 ON these SPECIALS auto floor mats FORD 41-42 .. 3. CHEV. 37-38 .. 2.79 CHEV. 1940.... 3.19 CHEV. 41-42 . .. 3 men's jackets DRYBAK ALPACA LINED Hunting Jackets $21.00 DRYBAK WATERPROOF JACKET OLIVE DRAB — LARGE REG. CO CH POCKETS - GAME POCKET $13.95 LIGHTWEIGHT WATERPROOF JACKET . Now $5.25 Your Neighborhood Firestone Dealer Store McMillan & toolan Home & Auto Supply In The Village (Adjoining Village Theatre) J. 2-9907 ran talk By GAY SANDERS ... In town for the Christmas holidays were ROY FORT and C. J. BULLARD, and of course datin' their best gals, FRANCIS GEE and CISSIE PRELL. Hear they really painted the town red, but gosh, can you blame them? . . . One of the cutest presents anyone got this Christmas was given to PAT RIGGS, and boy, was she having fun in it. It's a /iarling little yellow Austin car, and she really packs the kids in. Whew! . ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 2, 1947 ♦ FOR THE GROWN-UPS • FICTION NON-FICTION TAYLOR'S BOOK SH IN NEW Ld 2431-33 IN THE VILLAGE—OPPOSI' PH#NE jfc 75; Today, January 2nd, 1947 is a memorable day in the history of opened for business at our old location on University Blvd. with a sm plenty of hopes. Thanks to you, our customers, we have outgrowntfiir snffcl spa tures, we open today in our new air-conditioned store on Rice Blvd. One thing is not changed, however, and that is our desire to be Thank You, The ' inagftient TAYLOR'S BOOK B. F.'S DAUGHTER John P. Marquand EAST RIVER Sholcm A.ch MISTER ROBERTS Thoma. Heggen LORD HORNBLOWER C. S. Foreiter THE EGG AND I Betty MacDonald AS HE SAW IT Elliot R-io.evelt THE PLOTTERS John Roy Carl.on SO THIS IS PEACE Bob Hope • FOR CHILDREN • The Rainbow Classics $1.00 The Giant Golden Books $1.50 ROBIN HOOD HEIDI TOM SAWYER PINOCCHIO BLACK BEAUTY TREASURE ISLAND TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea And 8 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

Thursday, January 2, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 The NORCROSS FAMILY HOP OPENS TODAY LOCATION RICE BLVD. POSITE THE POST OFFICE !#NE jfc 7539 :he history of Taylor's. Slightly more than fouf years ago we lvd. with a small stock, a small space and a few fixtures—but with # ir sn|ftl space, and with plenty of stock and beautiful new fix- on Rice Blvd. opposite the Post Office. ur desire to be of service to you as we have in the past. Thank You, ^anagftient of PR'S BOOK SHOP 'DEPARTMENTS SERVE YOU BIO Ke° «EAO 8UTC" Watch this paper for each member of the Norcross Family Ask for them by name—in better stores only NORCROSS GREETING CARDS Let Our Gift Wrapping Service Beautify Your Gifts At No Charge On Purchases of $1.00 or More Gifts Purchased Elsewhere Wrapped For A Nominal Fee . LIBRARY ^ eller ^ the Past Four Years SIT REQUIRED )NABLE FEES Popular Rent Books /IE DEPARTMENT TOYS ELECTRIC IRONS (Heat to 110" Only) Perfectly Safe Magic From Hollywood • Magic By Redhill • Handi Aid ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 2 January 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, January 2, 1947 Bobbie Collier Weds James Willingham In Evening Cermony At Methodist Church A candlelight wedding cere- mony, solemnized last week in the chapel of the First Methodist Church, united in marriage Miss Bobbie Collier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fuller Collier of 3323 Albans, and James Hurst Willing- ham, son of Mrs. Grace H. Wil- lingham of Dallas. The illumination came from tall tapers in altar candelabra, and smilax decorated the church. The marriage vows were read by Rev. Howard Grimes and Herbert Roh- loff played the traditional wedding marches and also accompanied Miss Billie Jo Darden who sang "Because" and "The Lord's Pray- er." The bride, given in marriage by If You're Having Tax Trouble We'll Help Harry Yonkers Company Peterson's Pharmacy Bldg. K. 3-1503 COLD WAVES $10oo up Our Staff of Expert Operators now includes: Lou Burkett • Aline James Mattie Lou Griffin RICE BOULEVARD BEAUTY SHOP Sue Fleming Del g a do, Owner 2503 ...

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