Southwestern Times (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 18, 1946 Page: 4 of 24
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July 18, 1946
BARGAIN'S A BARGAIN
Classified ad: "Going out of
business. Coffins at half price."
Headline the next day: "Eigh-
teen Scotchmen Commit Suicide."
During 1945, a baby was bom
every 11 % seconds—and the pop-
ulation of the U. S. increased by
153 every hour.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pope of
3704 Garnet are spending the sum-
Work - Vote - Elect
WM. A. (Bill) MILLER, JR.
State Representative, Position 5
The Internationally Famous
Gourmet, Whose Story
Appeared in the July 8
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Caterers to Discriminating
Lovers of Fine Foods
12:00 to 2:30
5:00 to 10:00
Located at 6545 Main
Opposite Rice Stadium
Telephone: Lehigh 6484
mer at their farm home near
Guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Miron of 4116 Rice are
Mrs. J. B. Miller and daughter,
Marjorie, of Eldorado, Arkansas
Mrs. Tom Sneed of 3007 Plumb
is entertaining in her home Mrs.
C. O. Foster of Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Austin of
3103 Amherst spent a short visit
in Wimberly where they went to
see their son, Edward.
Week-ending in Austin was Miss
Eda Frank, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Frank of 3005 Al-
bans. Miss Frank flew to the
Back from a short visit in New
Braunfels is Mrs. Margaret S.
Fultz of 5724 Buffalo Speedway
Fans, Toasters, Vacuum Cleaners
and Other Appliances Repaired.
Quick, Dependable Service
6111 KIRBY DRIVE
Near Rice Blvd.
Under New Management
2514 Times Blvd.
"IN THE HEART OF THE VILLAGE"
Owned and Operated By
ROBERT (Bob) ZEPLIN
(Formerly At Krenzler's Garage)
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
COMPLETE OVERHAUL-ANY MAKE CAR
FENDER AND BODY WORK
TUNE-UP SERVICE—BRAKE SERVICE
IGNITION SERVICE—MOTOR OVERHAUL
WHEEL ALIGNMENT—SHOCK ABSORBER SERVICE
and her daughter, Mrs. John
Eckle. Mrs. M. W. Gray of 3314
Georgetown accompanied them.
Walter Timmerman of 6340
Vanderbilt has as his guest Miss
La Maye Moore, professional ice
skater, actress and singer. Miss
Moore is Mr. Timmerman's niece
and has appeared in numerous ice
skating shows as well as two
Planning a vacation next week
at New Braunfels are Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Lucas and daughters,
Sally and Margaret, of 3501 Am-
herst. They will leave Saturday.
Mrs. L. G. Derrington of 4128
Oberlin will leave Friday for a
six weeks visit in Los Angeles.
She will be accompanied by her
daughter, Mrs. Dan C. Smith and
Mrs. Smith's two sons, Dan and
A miscellaneous shower was
given recently at the home of Mrs.
H. White for Miss Miller, bride-
elect of Dr. Simon Miron. About
40 guests were present.
Mrs. Preston R. Plunib, Jr. of
3745 Farbar and Mrs. Elvis T.
Anderson of G323 Edloe enter-
tained last week with a luncheon
at the Smorgasbord dining room
of the Lamar Hotel honoring their
daughters, Mary Ann Plumb and
Jean Anderson, on their 16th
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Barkow of
6512 Mercer will leave Friday
morning for a vacation trip of
two weeks to Wewoko, Oklahoma.
Rev. and Mrs. J. Vernon Whee-
less of 2510 McClendon have re-
turned from a trip to California
where they visited their son, John.
He expects to be discharged from
the Navy soon and will attend
Baylor University in the fall.
Powerful New Drug Is
Effective For Malaria
A powerful new anti-malarial
drug, SN 7618, which surpasses
both quinine and atabrine in ef-
fectiveness, was developed by sci-
entists who tested 14,000 chemi-
cals, 7,000 of them being new com-
pounds concocted especially for
The discovery was revealed by
Prof. Carl S. Marvel of the Uni-
versity of Illinois at a meeting of
the American Chemical Society.
Johnnie, what did you have for
Teacher, I et six eggs.
Why, Johnnie! You should say
Well, maybe it was eight that
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Brackman, Irvin H. Southwestern Times (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 18, 1946, newspaper, July 18, 1946; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth409874/m1/4/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.