The Southwest Citizen (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1949 Page: 3 of 24
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Th« Southwest Citizen it published Sunday and Thursday.
The Southwest Citisen editorial, advertising and circulation offices at
S707 Kirby Dr.. Houston 5. Texas. Telephone KEystone 1 111. Publishing
plant at 7113 Harrisburg Bird. Edwin M. Smith, advertising manager;
lames R. Davidson, editor; Richard H. Nichols, news editor; Norma Baillie.
Evorene Hardy, women's editors.
Ma.n office of News. Inc., are located at 7113-If Harrisburg Blv«L
Telephone exchange WEntworth 7*21.
For circulation Information call WF.ntworth 7IJ1.
Christmas holidays just around
the corner, and the Birdseye Frost-
ed Food and Poultry Division of
Morris Sewall and Company in
making special plans this year to
satisfy the tastes of Houston citi-j
/.ens with special holiday foods.
The new division of Morris Se-
wall, a modern, assembly line type;
plant where delicious frozen, frost-
ed. and fresh foods and poultry;
are ready at a moment's notice, is1
. located at 1010 Boundary. J. Y.
(Jack) Cooter, veteran poultry
man and frozen food expert, ha.*!
, been head of the frozen food andl
; poultry plant since the Morris Se-,
wall Company purchased Freder-
’ ick Produce Company, and takes
personal pride in the quality off
foods sent out from the new plant.;
The Citizens Speak
Buy More Bonds
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A Message to You
9 P. M.
On this, nur third anniversary, the entire personnel of
Rodney’s wishes to express their thanks to the people,
of this area for their support during the past years.
Rodney’s has always had a policy of stocking nothing
hut the best quality, nationally advertised merchan-
dise, and offering it to you at reasonable prices.
We hope that by continuing to give courteous, per-
sonalised, friendly service and filling your every need
for clothing, that we may look forward to counting you
among our regular customers during the coming year.
Ne.v and -Mr. Barr, about thf
jngraphlcal error on him," which
course should have been "home
*'re glad you like Mr. Barr, too,
. Ney. We remember you as the
per year man who didn't get the
liar." when you w'ere at the Army
luction station from 1943 through
THI WATCH WITH THI
• Mads of " Kirilov ’ matal. Patent pending.
Joe F owler
Foulard unlincd. lined
unolen robes and
The guy who wets his whistle
while driving is apt to have a
Luxe. 17 jewels, ad-
ml gold fillnl rase,
Luxe. 17 ieuels. nd-
i / A aid filled rase. High
Inekidinfl Federal Tea
The National Association of
Men's Apparel Clubs estimates
(that women buy up to 85 per cent
of the clothing men wear. No
|wonder the world is so full of1
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NflSON — Stainteii »*••! with amort
crown. Mirror lopped eoao. Sodium
and* ond nvmeroh. largo iwoop T4 Tfl
•rood hO"' | 1.917
M27V, Dixie Dr. J.Y-5790
You can’t go wrong with our selection of sty le-con-
scious, budget-wise men’s wear for that man in your
life. Whether he's a conservative dresser nr goes for a
dash of rip and color in his apparel, you'll find exactly
what he likes at Rodney's,
Holeproof in H
hose In nylon,
wool or lisle.
Wide selection In both dreg*
and >.port shirt*. Van Heuxen.
Airman. Botany and Ppndleton,
Private Instruction in
Translation* of All Kinds.
ought Thrilling En
No Aerial at Any Kind
In Most Locations!
tertainment to 25 Million People ... A
PHILCO! Select Now-
Buy on Our Special Christmas Terms!
In a 3-Speed
at It’s Best
Plays LP and Standard
Records * FM-AM Radio
Here, in this luxurious Philco 1727 ore the most
sensational feotures yet developed for radio and
record enjoyment. Finest tonal quality ever
achieved ... up to 5 hours of continuous music
. . . glorious FM-AM radio, too. Magnificent Ma-
Never before so many valu-
able 00 plum" features in e
console at this amazing low
price! Finest tone from rec-
ords . . . plus glorious FM-
AM radio. Exquisife cabinet
of Mahogany veneers.
Huge television picture 1*1.1 N phonograph that ploys oil
records, all 3 speeds automatically. By starting now, weekly
payments will be amazingly small. Think of the thrill fo/
Christmas if you start saving at once!
1 2'/2-ln. Screen with
97 Sq. In. Picture
Excite Tox and Warranty
"No Glare” Viewing
FM AM Radio
ond Warranty Extra
J \ \1 \J~3t Philco 1727
Take Santa’s Advice
Cook AheadCo die Holidays >.. Gotm Ik, A/ohA
3325 Dixie Drive
Th« newest advance design
features «♦ the lowest price
ever offered. Full width heme
freezer, fully enclosed. True
xero temperatures for fraaxing
ond storage. Completely ad-
justable shelves to accommo-
date all sixes, shapes at toad.
PLUS . . . summer-winter con-
trol of Humidity, two glass-
covered critpers, meat storage
drawer, dry storage bio. 4
easy-eut ice trays. S-yae. pro-
60% Increase In Capacity!
8.1 cu. ft. holds up to 320 lbs. \
of frozen foods. Patented 3- £
compartment design. Separate *
sharp freezing comportment. J
Temperatures as low os 15 \
below zero. Counter-balanced /#
Lid Stoy . . . Built-in Ther- uT
mometer . Temperature V
Control . . . Locking Lid Lotch
• . . Guardian Bell. •
37 H" High
26 V Deep 40” Wide
Excite Tax and Warranty
Excise Tax and Warranty
THF, CITIZEN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, ]94<5
THE CITIZEN Birdseye Offers
Poultry for Yule
The Southwest edition af Tho Citizen it a semi weekly publication of
Glenn H. McCarthy, president and chairman of the beard; Howard
W. Greenwood, rice president; A. G. McNeese. rice president; Ralph
Friesner. secretary and treasurer; John H. Murphy, editorial director,
A. Pat Daniels, executive editor; William Suhler. business manager.
Teachers Association Plans Program For Local P-TA Groups
I The Houston Teachers Associa- groups from 10:30 a m. to 12 noon Michigan, will make the principal the National Educational Associa- Louisiana. Private interview* wfl!
!tion has arranged a special pro-:Thursda.v in the School Adminis- address using for his topic School tion be granted from 2 to 4 p.nrt.
zram for the Houston Council ofjtration Building, 1500 Louisiana. Community Relation.” Thursday He v ill speak from The evening assembly will b*
Parent-Teachers Associations and Dr. Virgil Roger*, superinten- Dr. Rogers has been a member 10:30 a.m to noon in the School at 8 p.m. in the auditorium of Sat*
for local unit Parent-Teacher dent of schools of Rattle Creek of a number of committees for Administration Building. 1500 Jacinto High School.
Old Tom Turkey is really a
favorite bird these days, what with!
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Murphy, John H.; Daniels, A. Pat & Davidson, James R. The Southwest Citizen (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1949, newspaper, December 8, 1949; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth566207/m1/3/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bellaire Friends Library & Historical Society.