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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 October 1931

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1931 SAN A NTOjjjQ R E G IS T E R PAGE SEVEN - LOCALS and SOCIETY - Strand Theatre LABOR SITUATION IMPROVES IN DELTA CLARKSDALE, Miss., Oct. 22. (By The Associated Negro Press). Land owners in the Mississippi delta have issued a statement to tha effect that labor on the plan- tation Is plentiful and that molt of those who are at work in the cot- ton fields are satisfied with rates of 40 cents par hundred because in a majority of Instances these fam- ilies have been taken care of for nearly a year by the cotton plant- ers themselves. Landlords say that there are prospects that a major portion of the labor on the plantations, both white and colored, will have to be provided for during the coming year by the owners of plantations and that labor generally recognises this fact and are inclined to leave wage conditions wholly in the hands of the cotton growers. The unrest and dissatisfaction that was apparent in the delta several weeks ago is said by the leading grower...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 October 1931

PAGE EIGHT SAW ANTONIO REGI8TER f'KlDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1-331 WE PAY 4 % ON Compound Interest Accounts Interest Start* Immediately One Dollar Starts an Account San Antonio Loan & Trust Co. 215 West Commerce Street Master Cleaners and Dyers SUITS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED—«0c DRESSES CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED—90c and up We Specialize in Dye Work We Carrv Fire. Theft and Burglary Insurance 514 McCullough Avenue Crockett 6609 GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE CO. 0. D. Harlan. District Manager 405 Maverick Building Crockett 6742 WHY LOSE HOPE? a $ Consult us if you suffer from the fol- lowing ailments: Rheuma^-m, Constipa- tion, Heart Disease, Liver, Kidney, Lung, Bladder and Stomach diseases, Diabetes, Appendicitis, Lumbago, Cough, Asthma, Ulcers, Tumors, Eczema, Catarrh, diseases of the Blood and Chronic diseases of all kinds. FREE CONSULTATION. Write, or come personally to see us. M. C. LUNG CHINESE HERB CO. 1418 W. Commerce Street. P. 0. Box 102, Sta. A. Telephone Crockett 4668 San Antonio, T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 October 1931

r Quality First! The Fair's leadership always brings the fineat quality at the lowest price. L S> Sajv Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS Our Greater Values Have made the Fair San Antonio's leading Depart- ment Store. LfMNMMf Vol. 1, No. 30 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1931 5c Per Copy The Echo (By V. C. B.) I.—Publicity Seekers and Bandana Swingers. II.—"Third Degree" Methods. Cevallos St. Battle May Prove Fatal to One This community has long been infested with individuals who make ■ practice of breaking into the preas at every available opportu- nity, and with little or slight ex- cuses for so doing. The very latest episode of this nature came to light in Thursday morning's Express, when the Reverend W. M. Dinkins called upon one Mr. Purse of the above mentioned daily, and after much discussion handed the news- paperman a signed article stating Supreme Court Grants Appeal In Nixon Case ELABORATE CONCERT TOUR IS ANNOUNCED FOR MADAME EVANTI (Capital News Ser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 October 1931

PAGE TWO SAN A WTO N10 REGISTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1931 ♦ Out'of'town News and Happenings in Southwest Texas « An Open Letter to The Colored Teachers of Texas Sequin News Kingsvillt News Wesley Chard M. K. Church1 The consecration service at had their annual affair beginning Star opened at 8 o'clock win" By A. W. JACKSON reside in rural communities, and it Oct. 21st to Oct. 24th. The mem- pastor conducting, and at (Suite .103 Odd l'cllo*s Temple, >< there where we should ha\e some bers reported a great success. ! Supt. A. E. McDcw opened tha Houston, Texas) 1"f oljr ail<i l* t instructors.! yn j.-rl(jav mKht was the style day School. A wall prepared T,, >l. r„i„— i t . .. m n- To° 'ong have rme of the teach- ,, . , . , u(w > -• « 'c th« Colored Teachers oI Tcxaa: , „ . __j , how featuring Miss AngcUne Jef- of you know that I am not at pra - tha State meetings, but I want you ent in the active field of the teach- to feel and know that some of the ing profession, but m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 October 1931

FRIDAY, OCTOBER SO, 1981. SAN AN T ONJ^ R F r' T ^ T F, R PAGF THREF SPORTS PAGE Wiley Stars to Meet Fisk in Houston Nov. 14 (Colored Pro Football Team Loses to Boston HlfiGS, Knd FRANKLIN. Guard JOHNSON. Capt. COMBS, Center DAVIS, Half Fisk Coming to Plav Wiley Davvv's Dope On Sports Hneston May Quit as Head of National Baseball League By GERALD It. ADAMS Marshall, Texas, Oct. 30.—A fcard battle is coming off in Hous- ton, Texas, on November 14: At that time Wiley College will play >'iak University in that city in an intersections! contest that promises ! This is evidence of the to be interesting in more ways than good relationship" between our state one. At the beginning of the seu- j school and its parent school. And nn both teams were supposedly in ' we arc sure the Aggie folks got an the running for national honors, eyeful. Prairie View continued For the first time in history Ne- gro teams played on historic Kyle field, beloved by all Texas Aggies, last Friday when Prairie V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 October 1931

PAGE FOUR o n if AN OS 10 REGIS 1^5 R FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1931 EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated la Rifkt. Jut it a a ad Prog ma The Worm Begins to Turn Published Friday of Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Officc 608 H E. Commerce St. Phone Crockett 1085—P. 0. Box 372 San Antonio, Texas Entered as second-class matter May 5, 1931. at the post office at San Antonio, Texas, under Act of March 3, 1879. Advertising rates will be furnished on request. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 year < months Single Copy . 2.00 . US - .06 \ ALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager R. R. Davenport. J. W. Holland _ W. L. Walker J. A. Jamea P. E. Mclntyre _ Spo'ts Editor Contributing Editor Contributing Editor . Advertising Manager —Circulation Manager All news matter should be in our office by Wednesday noon to appear in current issue. News matter must be plainly written and on only one side of copy sheet. The right to condense matter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 October 1931

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 80,1981. SAN AgT0 Si 0 REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business and Professional Directory ! Attorneys Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas R. A. Campbell Lawyer 1621 W. Martin Office Crockett 7737 LAWYER ABAGADO Benjamin F. Patterson will practice in all courts CRIMINAL and CIVIL LAW DIVORCE CASES Advice Confidential Tel. Office Tr. 1883 Tel. Res. M. 5777-Notary Public Office, 219-220 Kampmann Bldg. 333 W. Commerce St. 108H Soledad St. Auto Repairs CAFES The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. t ESTELL BARNES, Propi. Phone M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 726 So. Pine St. Eat at the TASTY CAFE £ EAT SHOPPE We specialize in delicious Chick- en, Steak and Mexican dinners. Fish and Chili Ice cream, Sweet* and Cigars MRS. A. B. THOMAS. Prop. 716 S. Hackberry. Ph. M. 10125 HARRIS' TEA ROOM We specialise in Barbecued Meats We serve parties and banquets E. W. Harris, Caterer 220 Chestnut St. ■ - Crockett 9572 C. L. MITCHELL AUTO REPAIR SHOP 2 Entra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 October 1931

TAGE SIX Society The Greater Queen of Hearts | Nathaniel Detl 1 Music Club The Y. W. A. of the Second Bap- tint church entertained with a bene- fit party on Wednesday evening at the re«idenoe f Mr and Mrs. I. M. Freeman with Miu Lillie Freeman a* hostess. The social Sunday afternoon the beautiful The first October meeting of the home of Misa Gladys Powell was a Nathaniel Detts was held October scene of a delightful gathering 10 at the home of Mrs. M J. Urew- when Miss Martha Irving enter- er, at which time Mis A. E. Wal- tained tne Club and friends. After j ker was unanimous!;, re-elected • brief business meeting and plans president. After the business ses- rrrT.lllp„ „ discussed for our future. Hallow- sion the hostess sened shrimp (,our v,a* ,pent in playing old e en tallies were passed to the five salad, pretiel sticks, wafers, pine- fa,hlonf(j „mej. Delicious punch tables of merry players, who en- apple sherbet and cocoam. cake. tered the game with lest. The de-: Mrs. W. V. Hurd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 October 1931

.FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1931. PAGE SEVEN Pure Food Show and Cooking School Congratulations To Our Colored Friends on Their First Cooking School j Cooking School StartsSt, 'Paul Church Next Week BE SURE TO SEE THE ICE REFRIGERATORS ON DISPLAY AND IN THE KITCHEN Ph n* W. 1M StC 8l. American Service Ice Co. Largo crowds arc expected to be in attendance at St. Paul M. C. Church, Center and N. Mesquitc streets, at which time a Mammoth Pure Food Show and Cooking School will be conducted under the auspices of Mr. George Lewis and Mrs. Sophronia Mae Kilcrease. Many new methods in preparing foods and of foodstuffs will be demonstrated at thii free achool during ita operation, and the full co-operation of business ho«J* |« the community that are in ed in such methods has ceived. This week the ' . ries more than a full paRc * vertising from these «o-opy« firms and invite* the P" ' read their ads very carefuUy, « their booths, enter the cake c contest and attend the KhojM , and receive free prliM. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 October 1931

TAGE EIGHT SAN register Mt. Ararat Church News In "The Brat' Sunday school opened at 9;4S with teac-her* and al' officers pres- et. Subject of lesson "Paul in Thess." Motto text "Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold won- drous things out of thy law." The lesson was well taught by teachers and reviewed by the pastor. At 11 o'clock the pastor preached a wonderful sermon, which was enjoyed by all. Junior B. Y. P. V. met at 6:30. and Senior B. Y. P. U. met at 6 10 both were good. At 8 o'clock the pastor preached . „:it another good sermon. Sub. A I harle* rake. *ho " P Fnend at Midnight." pear Bishop Ware in the — I Negro Little Theater produc- St. Luke Church News Hotel Men's Wives Art and Literary Club Mrs. Thomas Sinclair was host- to the Hotel Men'. Wives Club lust Wednesday evuu- K in her love- ly home on E. Crockett Street. A very i,.tei«sting business session was held and the rest of the eve- ning was spent in Art work The hostess served a plat' urrh- eon and punch. The nr.: m....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 November 1931

Quality First! briHnF?kr'(>i l',<,fr,hiP always *" th« finest quality it tile lowest price. UMHW Sajst Ajvto?* io Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. 1, NO. 31. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1931. Our Greater Values Have made the Fair San Antonio's leading Depart- ment Store. [vmmt 6c Per Copy The Echo (By V. C. B.) Approaching Dramatic Politics Brewing DeFriest and Perry Howard Lovers of things dramatic are Won to witness the first produc- tion of the coming season by the Negro Little Theater group of Sin Antonio. Local people may well look forward to several very pleas- ant evenings during the winter months, if all signs and plans now apparent, materialize. The direc- tor and coach, J. W. Hemmings, is perhaps the best trained member of the race heading such a body south of the Mason-Dixon Line. In addition to this the material with which he has to work is of exceptionally high quality; most of his pupils being veterans of sev- eral years' experience. Further t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 November 1931

PAGE TWO SAN AN ON' IJL. REGISTER| fRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1931. ♦ Out-of-town News and Happenings in Southwest Texas ♦ Yoakum Colored Farmers Hold Soil Ruildin? Meet Prairie Lea News Sunday school was good at Zion M. E. Church. All tcachers were present and doing their best to give out the desired information con- cerning tht lesson. It seems that everyone has put on now life in the [ Corpus Cbr/sti News j NewBraunfelsl As . result of annua! losses ac- fruing through the washing and •roaion of farm landa which cost the farmer, of DeWitt and Lavaca church and are ready to do groat counties more than $32,000 yearly,' thine* under the ' hip of the th* farmers residing within the new pastor. Yoakum territory resolved to study Mr«. E. L. Colin?, one of the way. and means of reclaiming and 'e>cl"r> in our High School, spout ... .. . ...^ , . Monday in Lockhart rUc ng the maintaining the fertility of their v„, vwi j t .u a ui iu i. Mhiblts nn display in the I County Fair. Mrs. Collins wa* S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 November 1931

FRIDAY, NOV. fi. 1981. SAN ANTONIO RET, T p T F. R PAGE THREE * SPORTS Samuel Huston, Texas College Play Tie Game The Samuel Huston Dragons in their firat Conference game was played to a 0-0 tie by the Texas College Steers Saturday in Tyler. The (tmc was hard-fought throughout. The Dragons showed * superior class of football, but in their many chanccs to score seemed to not have the punch to put the ball over. The teams battled on •ven terms for the first half with both teams fumbling consistently. In the second half the Dragons rame back determined to score. The Dragons lost their only real chance to score when Hill punted to the St*er safety man and he was downed on the three-yard line. Texas tried to run the ball out, it was fumbled and recovered over the goal line by Burleson for a touchdown, but was called back when Samuel Huston was off side. On the next play, Texas college at- tempted to punt out of danger, but the kick was blocked by Burleson and recovered by Kelly on the on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 November 1931

PAGE FOUR SAN A NTf)KI ^ ^ KGIS T E K FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1931. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTEF A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and PtOftni Published Friday of Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office 808 H E. Commerce St. Phone Crockett 1086—P. 0. Box 372 San Antonio, Texas Entered ai tecond-clas* matter May 5, 1931, at the poet office at San Antonio, Texai, under Act of March S, 1879. Advertising rates will be furnished on request. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 year 6 months Single Copy .|2.00 . 125 . .05 VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager R. R. Davenport- J. W. Holland W. L. Walker J. A. James P. E. Mclntyre — Sports Editor Contributing Editor Contributing Editor . Advertising Manager Circulation Manager All news matter should be in our office by Wednesday noon to appear in current issue. News matter moat be plainly written and on only one side of copy sheet. The right to condense matter for convenience of safety is rese...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 November 1931

FRIDAY, NOV. fl, 1931. 8 A N ANT ONIO KEG I S T E R PAGE FIVE Business and Professional Directory Attorneys Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas R. A. Campbell Lawyer 1621 W. Martin Office Crockett 7737 LAWYER ABAGADO Benjamin F. Patterson will practice in all courts CRIMINAL and CIVIL LAW DIVORCE CASES Advice Confidential Tel. Office Tr. 1683 Tel. Res. M. 5777-Notary Public Office, 219-220 Kampmann Bldg. 338 W. Commerce St. 108H Soledad St. Auto Repairs CAFES The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. & ESTELL BARNES, Props. Phone M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 725 So. Pine St. Eat at the TASTY CAFE A EAT SHOPPE We specialize in delicioua Chick- en, Steak and Mexican dinners. Fish and Chili Ire cream, Sweets and Clgare MRS. A. R. THOMAS, Prop. 716 S. Hackberry, Ph. M. 10125 HARRIS' TEA ROOM We specialize in Barbecued Meats We serve parties and banqueta E. W. Harris, Caterer 220 Chestnut St. — Crockett 9572 Mitchell's Garage S. Hackberry at V...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 November 1931

PAGE SIX FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1931. register A NTONI Clubs X K West End Baptist /Church News ' La Golondrina Girls lEntrc Nous I Club ■Brother Sunday School mft t 5:30 with Mm. Henry W«rn#r Jr. was Th« FntT« Noui flub met In F Damiels, superinten- hostess to th« U Golondrina Girl. |th,,r "rJl r buiinoi lesiion and , a w„. o j v > , •• «ocial meeting with Mr*. Clarice «nt. and hi. quorum of tMchars Sunday, Novembar 1, at her h"m*. | Taylor ,t h„ hom, pn Spruc. Brother Soloman from 111 Vargas street. Several plans 5trpet for the winter were discuised by j RoM wa, fa|W by ,Kr Ury. I-ou the club and the rest of the eve- Ella Gregory and responded to by ning wa* spent in socialising. paying dues and quotations. A delu-ious luncheon was served A "{ the 0,(1 "d : .. . . _ , .. was duly attended to and some by tne hostess. Covers were laid Kiddie Birthday Party Wincoka Girls 'Club Eugenia Willtami, daughter Mrs. R. C. Doctrie, 220 N. quite street. was given a 10> birthday party Sunday, Nov...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 November 1931

FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1031. SAN A NTONIO REGISTER page seven - LOCALS and SOCIETY - (iood Hope Church The loyal membera of Good Hop* Baptist church arc extending their greatest sympathy to their beloved pastor, Dr. Southern, and his be- reaved family in their sad hours after having lost their brother, who passed away Sunday morning, Oc- tober 26. Sunday School was unusually good, being conducted by Supt. J. W. Bradshaw, who is ever loyal to the cause. At 3 p. m. Rev Richard S. White, who had been invited by the pastor, gave a very inspiring mes- sage. Subject, "Lord Am I a Be- trayer?" After the sermon, Dr. A. K. Black, moderator of the St. John Association, gave many en- couraging facts about the condi- tion of the St. John School, and the work at large. Other visitors were Mesdames A. K. Black, and Carrie Black White, who spoke in the interest of the women's work. At 7:30 p. m. Rev. Richard S. White was back on the scene with another inspiring message taken from Psalm 51:10, "Create in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 November 1931

PAGE EIGHT Mt Ararat Baptist Church Sunday School opened at S 46. with teacher and ali officers pres- ent. Subject, "World'a Temper- ■net Sunday.'' At 11 o'clock the pastor preached a very good sermon. Junior B. Y. P. U. met at 6 00 o'clock, Senior B. Y. P. U., 6:00 o'clock. Every first Sunday in the month the church will have speaking meeting at 7:30. The Y. W. A. Girla aang several new longs, the club ii improving very much. The club met Wednesday night At the home of Miss Helen Tip- pina. Mr. Sabeth Woods won the lint priie. Second priies was won by Miss Hattie Mae Smith. Cake and ice cream were served. Every- body reported having enjoyed themselves. Friday night the Missionary Club met at the home of Mrs. Maggie Law-is. Coffee and cake were •erved. Sunday night the pastor brought us another message, subject, %Good Men and Good Deeds." New Lijjht Baptist Church Cor. Labor and La\aca Streets. Rev. I.. A. Jone*. Pastor. Spiritual tide ran high, begin- ning at Sunday school, which o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 November 1931

J t % f' , W SATURDAY The Fair'* Leadership Sale brings you (he greatest bar- gains of the year. Come and Save! irnmr san Register '■MR ' RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS SATURDAY The Fair'e Leadership Sale brings you (he greatest bar- gain! of the year. Come and Save! VOL. 1, NO. 32. SAN ANTONIO, TE AY, NOVEMBER 13, 1931. 6c Per Copy The Echo (By V. C. B.) Cooking: School Luncheon. Poor Sports. Recent Rumors. COOKING SCHOOL BIG SUCCESS > The recent Cooking School classes held in the basement of 8t. Paul's M. E. Church, under the direction of George Lewis and hii assistant, Miss Kiicrease, will live long in the memory of all those who were fortunate enough ta at- tend. The general benefits of the •chool have been touched upon else- where in thia issue, but there war one important angle brought out at the school luncheon that the public should know about, viz; ■11 the merchants who contributed to the success of the venture were present or sent representative* to the festive board to par...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 November 1931

PAGE TWO ^ xnAvio register Friday, November 13,1931, Out-of-town News and Happenings in Southwest Texas ♦ Sequin News Cirela No. 2 met at the home of Mi>s Marie Adam* Thursday eve- ning at 4 o'clock After singing •nd prayer the meeting was turned over to Mrs. Lillie White, the teach- •r. Those that were present were Mesdame* Mollie Watson, Estelle Merriwethers, Lillie White, R. L. James, Maggie Wilton. Ozelle Wil- liams, Misses Marie Adams and Narcissa Forcey. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harris of Cor- pus Christi are in Seguin visiting Mr. Harris' mother, Mrs. Eva Har- ris, at Route 3, Box 85, Seguin, Texas. | Dibrell, called the meeting to or- der. The following officers were elected: Miss Ida Mitchell, pres- ident; Sam E. Richardson, vice president; Erma L. Scott, secre- tary; Marion James, assistant sec- retary; Mary B. Houston, treas- urer The Shadow Land Friendly club met at tha home of Mrs. Inez Moore, member! present 15, invited guests 20. Ten -imes of progres- sive whist were playe...

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