Southwestern Times (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 11, 1951 Page: 5 of 28
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Thursday, October 11, 1951
Section I—Page 5
Lou Lewis And Floyd Coker Open Supermarket Today
Spic and span and ready for business, the Lewis and Colter
Supermarket at 2266 West Holcombe Boulevard, will put its
wares on public view for the first time today in connection with
the Thursday-Friday-Saturday grand opening of the Braeswood
Photo by Peter Whitney
Guilty At Trial
A plea of guilty in connection
with zoning violation charges was
entered by Adolph Schenck of 5110
Locust at a Bellaire Corporation
Court hearing last Tuesday night.
Mr. Schenck was charged with
using his dwelling as a multi-
family residence in violation of the
provisions of the zoning ordinance
restricting property in his neigh-
borhood to single family residences.
Judge William MacNaughton
Bellaire Volunteer Firemen will
hold their annual dance December
7 at Club Blossom Heath, it was
announced by Chief Frank J.
Firemen are in the process of
I making a door-to-door ticket sales
withheld sentence until an October1 drive, he said.
16 deadline, by which time the
defendant was ordered to have
made certain that the tenants in
the building had moved and that
additional plumbing and other evi-
dences of non-conforming use were
Set Annual Dance
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and our skilled craftsmen
make furniture to your
specifications. For comfort
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Bring Food Shop
Lou Lewis and Floyd Coker have
brought their food shop know-how
to the Southwestern section with
the opening this week of their
Lewis and Coker Supermarket No.
2 at 2266 West Holcombe (Bell-
aire) Boulevard in the Braeswood
From the magic eye doors at
the impressive entrance to the
storage space, unseen by the pub-
lic, in the rear of the store, the
supermarket brings the most mod-
ern innovations in food merchan-
dising to residents of the section.
Managed by R. L. Bassett, the
summer and winter air-conditioned
shop brings to the local public a
complete stock of food and drug
items, together with the pledge to
bring in unusual products to meet
the demands of Southwestern shop-
This policy of a complete line
of quality foods at low prices is
carried out in a large drug and
cosmetic department, a bakery de-
partment which takes orders for
special cakes and a fancy foods
section which includes Kosher
products, in addition to the meat
department (managed by Ralph
Sanders, who invites his many
friends in the section to inspect
his well-stocked counters) and a
produce department for which
fresh stock is purchased daily.
Another feature of the store is
a courtesy counter where custom-
ers may cash checks and pay util-
“Nothing has been left undone
in making this one of the finest
supermarkets in the country,” Mr.
Lewis said. “We have brought in
easy-roll shopping baskets, we
have installed Music by Muzak
and we have put in a large num-
ber of refrigerated cases to insure
the freshness of perishables. In
short, we have included every mod-
ern facility to make this the best
possible food store.”
Club Plans Meet
For October 17
The College Women's Club will
meet with Mrs. T. R. Kuebler of
3632 Overbrook at 10 a.m. on
Wednesday, October 17.
Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Wal-
ter Ford and Mrs. J. S. Watt. Tha
play “Country Girl” will be read
by Mrs. W. E. Dupuy and Mrs.
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Brackman, Irvin H. Southwestern Times (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 11, 1951, newspaper, October 11, 1951; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth576552/m1/5/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.