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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 November 1934

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rAUE hJiVEN PERSONAL ACTIVITIES Mn. Otho Hllllard w*i called out of the city latt week to attend the funeral of her (randmother. Her many friendi extend her their tym- pathy In io grave a loii. Mlaa Gladya Dixon hai just re- turned from a week's stay in Mar- tin aa delegate to West Texas M. E. Conference. She was the house guest of Mr. Sam Jones, 219 Durr. She expressed htrself as having a splendid time. Miss Cecelia Bellinger had as her house guests for the week end Miss Ethclyn Sanders and her cousin, Miss Ida Marie Bellinger of Aus- tin. Miss Sanders li a junior at An. derson High School of that city and Mist Bellinger la entering her third year in the College of Liber- al Arte at Samuel Huston. They at- tended the Wheatley-Anderson game Saturday night and spent Sunday eight-seeing. Mra. Williams and Mist Mable Todd, of Del Rio spent Sunday In the city visiting relatives and friends. League Refuses to Break Strike Mr. Roosevelt Edwar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 November 1934

PACE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER WHY RISK BAKING FAILURES WHEN oZtyenddfa Pioneer- White-Wings FLOUR COSTS NO MORE? HAPPINESS PIONEER WHITE WINuS FLOUR «1 U rUTDAY. NOVEMBER 16.193 flrim Reaper Willi* While, (fcd 17 jtmm, died at Von Ormy Sanatorium, Novem- ber 8th, remaini ihippcd to Coraicana, Texas, Sunday, Novem- ber 10th. Collini Funeral Home in charft. Mri. Myrtle Richardion. aged 32 y*ar«, died at 504 Chaatnut St, Saturday, Nor. 9th, funeral lervicei wer hald In Lulinf, Texai, Mon- day, Nov. Ilth. Rev. Richardion officiating. Collina Funeral Home in charge. Mra. Eliie People, of 427 N. Center St., died Saturday, Nov.- 9th at the R. B. Green Memorial Hoapital, funeral lervicei were helATueiday morning at 10 A. M. from St. Paul Church, Rev. Dei- landei officiating, remains were carried overland to Monthalia, Texas, Interment made there in community cemetery. Collins Fun- eral Home in charge. ACCLAIMED BY MKS. VAN TI VL AT THK BIG REGISTER COOKING SCHOOL TO BE THK BKST FLOUR FOR ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 April 1935

COOKING SCHOOL LOADS OF PRIZES !! APRIL 10-11, and 12 san Antonio Register ' A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS COOKING SCHOOL LOADS OF PRIZES !! APRIL 10-11, and 12 VOL. IV—No. 48 SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1935 5c PER COPY COOKING SCHOOL STARTS WEDNESDAY City Ministers, Friends, Bands, Lodges Help St. Paul Celebrate Music, Sermons, Remarks and Ritual Climax Long Struggle of Historic Church; Thanks- giving Spirit Prevails. Parades, Talks Pictures, Tests Feature Week As the strains of the procession- al, suns by the First Baptist church choir, awept out over them, the immense congregation that jam- med St. Paul M. E. Church Sunday afternoon breathed an audible sigh •f relief and thanks, for the pro- cessional signaled the beginning of the end of their years of prayer and labor for a debt-free St Paul. Following the opening hymn, Rev. J. J. Hardeman offered up a heartfelt prayer for the eviden- ces of the Master's mercy, and Rev. J. H. Carruthers read th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 April 1935

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. APRIL S. 1935 NEWS AND HAPPENINQS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES \ ictoria News under President D. Davis rendered j a program which was enjoyed by 11 all. Bethlehem S. S. opened at 9:S0) I Sunday School at Palestine was with a wonderfully taught lesson. Winchester News Lockhart News 11 Refugio News keld at 9:30. Review by Prof. A. D. Sheffield. The noon service was aplsndiil, conducted by Rev. D. Washington. The Home Mission un- *>«r president E. J. Lethridge re- ported $26.00. A splendid program « ai rendered in the night services. Ker. Wm. West attended the Board in Goliad and also conducted a meeting in Refugio. Webster Chapel's church school was held at the usual hour. The pastor preached an enjoyable ser- mon. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jones The Mission society rendered a program. Mt. Calvary S. S. opened at the usual hour. Review by Rev. E. J. Nobles: The Home Mission sermon was delivered by Rev. Chapman. Me.«dames Maggie Howard, and Mamie Howard were ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 April 1935

FRIDAY, APRIL 5. 1035 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News by the Speaking on Sports Wm. Haley "But no matter who conies out; on top, I'll be on hind to give the ultimate winner a trouncing. They ! ■II look alike to Maxie when he " (eta them in the ring." However with all thin talk going on Joe Louis ia Mill training and look* forward to holding the cham-l pionnhip title Mime day. Louis in ' arheduled to fight Charley Ratz-' laff on April 12. We are for you Jot. Hihbltr Elected Captain Christopher "Snag" Hihbler ha.s been elected captain of the Wiley I football team for the season.' This will be hi* last year of com- '< petition for dear old Wiley. He ia considered by many foot- ball experts as being one of the beat guards of this aection. An in- jured ankle wa* the cause of his ' being out of the majority of the games laat season but he is com- ing back fast this year according to recent reporta. Kx-captain Smith, quarterback j Patterson, halfback Adams, guard ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 April 1935

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rttTDAY. AFRTT, 5, 1935 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right. Justice and Progress PUiUSHIO FRIDAY or IACH W[tK *V THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY Office 207 N. Center St. PHONt CATHEDRAL 17*1-P O BOX 972 SAN ANTONIO. Tlx A S INT£P £D AS SECOND.CtASS MATTIH MAY S 1(31. AT THE POST OFPICi AT SAN ANTONIC TEXAS UNOEP ACT OF MARCH 3 tS7 ADVIRTISINO FATES FUPS SMEO ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION PATES. I YEAR. i.OOi « MONTHS SI 19: SINGLE COPY Be Traffic Light Regulations During Muddy Season NATIONAL ADVERTISING *E *EatNTATIVta W B ZiWW CO CHICAGO. N*W YORK. LOS ANGlLtS KOCMtSTE* KANSAS CITY ANO LAOOt. GOLD COAST AFRICA VALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD- D. H. THORNTON J. A. JAMES J. W. HOLLAND W. L. WALKER Preiidect-Trea.urer -Secretary-General Manager Editor .Advertising Manager —Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor ALL NEWS MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICt BY TUESOAY NOON | TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTER MUST BE PLAINLY WRIT. |...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 April 1935

KKIDAY, APRIL 5, 19M SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVE T IN THE SHADOW Of THE STARS ffy-flbbe Wallace Ibuwcrsr MtMTAnsTOi Tue AxcnCAu 9r,ioe Or it +• i ♦ j. NUMBER 2 NOTE:—Your question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when a clipping of this column it enclosed with YOUR QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, R1RTH- DATE, and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty-five cents and a self-addressed, stamped enve- lope for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Stlid nil letters to Abbe Wallace rare of THE SAN ANTO- NIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 372, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. 'luck will change for the better any time ioon? Aim: I don't nee any change (or the better for you but if you don't act like a gentlemin am' shoulder your responsibility there will be a decided change for the worae. Af- ter *11, you were th ecauae of the trouble your girl friend is in and it is up 4o you to help her to get out of it. J. J.—Why did this man changc ? Is there ally...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 April 1935

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. APRIL 5. 1935 (I Nbm* tn Ma tit* fca> WSOMMERSH ) WAGNERS (^) Houston Street at Broadway SPECIALS FOR Friday, Saturday, Thru Monday ASPIRIN Tablets. Hobarts .*>0c, 100* Squibb* Mineral Oil, Large Sue Trrple Star Mineral Oil. Russian Type, Pin* Psyllium Seed. I-Lb. Dark— — Petrolagar, $t00 Size Lady Esther Face Powder, $1.10 Sue ■■ KOLYNOS TOOTH PASTE, 50c Size Bavern Aspirin Tablets. 5 Grain. 12s — Alcorex Rubbing: Alcohol, 35c, Pint — Castor a, 40c Size S. T. 37 Tooth Paste. Large Size - . WILD ROOT WAVE SET. 60c Size... Fitch Dandruff Remover Shampoo, 75c Size Eli Cotton. 40c 1-Lb. Roll Phillips Milk o( Magnesia, 50c Site ■ Listerine. Largest Size Nurito, $1.00 Size — ■■ VERASEPTOL, 75c Size — Calotabs. Large Size — — Martels Hand Lotion 75c, Pint Size ■ Woodbury's Face Cream. 50c Size — — - Pepsodent Tooth Paste, New Large Size ♦. ■■ ■■ - Rl'BBER GLOVES, Household, 25c Value.. Shears Arrow Brand Ball-Bearing, 7-inch, 50c Value Pinaud's ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 April 1935

FRIDAY, APRIL 5. 1035 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. G. F. C. Curry, Cantor A lirge representation win hid in Sunday School and the lemon wat interestingly recited and dia cuited. Pa*tor Curry preached a fine lermon at the morning aer- vice. A very auccessful district board meeting of the Guadalupe Baptist association, closed Sunday afternoon with a big mass meet- ing, at which time, Moderator M. N. Taylor preached a great ser- mon. The delegatea and officers were aplendidiy cared for by the various circles. Pantor Curry de- livered an interesting sermon at the evening service to an apprecia tive audience. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. R. J. Jordan, Pastor S. S. opened with Supt. and teachers at their posts of duty with a well prepared lesson: 11:00 a. m. services were splendid. The pastor delivered a powerful ser- mon. At 3:00 p. m. the pastor and tenior choir rendered servicea at St. Paul M. E. Church to a mass ef people. B. T. S. at 6:00 p. m. With Pre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 April 1935

TAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, AI-KIL 5, 1935 THE FAMOUS PIONEER and WHITE WINGS FLOUR Has Again Been Selected For The REGISTER'S COOKING SCHOOL Because It Is Most Dependable For Every BAKL\G PURPOSE "S&fr Be tare to visit the "Pioneer' Booth. April 10th. 11th and 12th. You will find it in- terfiling and in- struma. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS HERE PIONEER AND WHITE WINGS FLOUR IS MANUFACTURED FROM THE FINEST SELECTED WHEAT IN THIS UP-TO-DATE. STEEL AND CONCRETE, SUNLIGHTED FLOUR MILL BY THE MOST MODERN MACHINERY KNOWN TO MILLING SCIENCE There are M years of Milling Experience in evrey sack of PIONEER AND WHITE WINGS FLOl R NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. T. H. Robernon. Pastor The member, of the New Hope Baptist missionary society render- ed a missionary program at New Hope Baptist church, Sunday, March 3. Mrs. Maud Haywood and Rev. Roberson rendered solos and Mrs. E. M. Aaron contributed a talk on missionary duties. Mrs. E. Daniels, president. EMMANUEL A. M. E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 May 1935

The Southwest's Leading Weekly Sak antomo Register A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS The Southwest's Leading Weekly SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 17, 19S5 5c PER COPY VOL. IV—No. 54 Supreme Court Gives J. Hollins Retrial Local Dents Affiliated With Alamo Ass'n Extended Invitation to Meet With Local Organization Another manlfeelation of San Antonio'* racial comity and amic- able relationship wan recently evi- denced when the Alamo Dental A.- aociation (white) unanimoualy Tot- ed to invite the local Race deiHiata to attend, and to partiripae in, the monthly meeting! of the axocia- tion—the locals thua extended thia affiliated membership are: Dra. H. B. Haywood, L. M. Litter, W. V. Hurd, and L. M, Mitchell. Dra. Mitchell and Litter aat in on their fir.t meeting last Tuesday even- in—the other r'octori being unable to attend — and report that they were moat royally received, and en- joyed a tplendid program. The program of the evening waa pre- •ided over by office...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 May 1935

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 17. 1MB NEWS AND HAPPENINQS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES Victoria News Lockhart News Mi Zephyr Price ia on the sick li t. The Junior.Senior Prom will be held Tuesday evening at U. B. F. H*U. Candidates for graduation are: Reuben Marshall, Spencer 1. Head. Willi# C. Porter, James Tillman, Frank James Thompson, Elsie Gertrude Drinkard, Marcell Marian Williams. Margaret Louiae Girdy, Rachael Susan Scott, Gene- vieve Eleanor Peppers, Katharyn Ella Taylor, Annie Mae Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hardy spept Sunday in Goliad with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Moore. Mrs. L. A. Branch and children were in Houston visit, ing Mr. Andrew Branch. The picnic lor the school will be held Satur- day, May 25. Rev. H. A. Jones held bis second quarterly conference Sunday and also preached a Moth- er a Day sermon. Th# pageant was at*ged at the church. Several visi- tors wer# present. Prof, and Mrs. A. D. Sheffield, Aionio and Theopolia Anderson COLORED BOY MARBLE CHAMP Sunday was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 May 1935

FRIDAY. MAY 17, 1935 SAN ANTO\ to REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News ST. PHILIP'S JR. COLLEGE NEWS , L. Z. Marshall. Campus Reporter Leonardos Leads So ft Ball Loop formation of the Queen of Don glut Her gracious Majesty, Mary El- len Davenport, Queen of Douglass and of the Court of Love, was crowned Thursday. Preceding the queen'a entrance, (he bugle call waa sounded and the queen's guard of sixteen sold- iers marched In and presented arms. James Washington was the herald announcing a duke and duchess from nine rooms. Lady Josephine. Lady Xariah, La<ly Nellie, Lady Clara Belle, La- dy Bennie Jean, Lady ,la me. Mar- eelle, Lady Voncil. Dukes: Winston Mapp, Joe Bcailey, Ed. ward Henry, James Lewia, James Session, Charles Pulliams, Fred Daniels, Leroy Smith, Robert Ray. Lady Frankie of the house of Graves was the maid of honor to the queen. John Holland, Jr., act- ed as Lord High Priest. Pages Joy. :e Walker and Rhetta Broady. The setting was very, very pretty as was seen i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 May 1935

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 17. 1938 Editorials, Opinions and Features SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right. Juttict and Pregrtu r ti rr>th,s i-sf r NEW,YORK Published friday of each week y THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY Office 207 N. Center St phone cathedral 17*1-p o sox $7 i •an antonio. TKAAt Springtime Lullaby ENTERED AS SICOND-CLASS M A Til W MAY ■ I IS I AT THE PO(T fefSICI AT SAN ANTOMC TEXAS UNOE" ACT OF MARCH 1 t87 AOVE TI«IN(3 RATES FURNISHED ON REQUEST CUISCRIRTISN RATES I TEAR *1 CO. S MONTHS SI t%. SINGLE CORY Be national advertising rcrre sent ATI VES W ■ iiFF CO CHICAGO. niw york. los angeles rochester KANSAS CITY AND LASOS gold coast AFRICA VALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD, U. J. ANDREWS i. A. JAMES J. W. HOLLAND W. L. WALKER ..Preaidect-Trea«urr r . Secretary-General Maoager Editor Advertising Manager Contributing Editor Contributing Editor all news matter should be IN OUR office by tuesday noon to appear in current issue...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 May 1935

FRIDAY. MAY 17, 1935 SAN AKTOyto REGISTER J? * "V" 3 ~52l IN THE SHADOW OF THE STARS 6t/ -Qbbtr' U)a! lace ^ l*u«?rn Mt^AutrOTUe Amatoau fragc NOTE:—Your question will be answered FREE in this 'olwuii \ UflLl wutii u elipuuiy of thin column is enclosed H'iiJ!0VR QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, BIRTH- DATE, nnd CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE Rk'PLY $md twinty-five etntt and a Mlf-addrtuntd, stamped enn* tope for my SEW ASTROLOGY READING find receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send nil letters to Abbe Wallace, care of THE SAN ANTO- NIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 37t, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. B. J. P.—Wi)| I t>« successful In have hired m this H will get jour furniture bark, but there will be ery little, if my money jnu'll reetive for damage. I. D.—I have a friend who knows how ta mailt some money and 1 want ta know if I should invest Ihe plan I have to yet tomt monay? A« .: Y r baby'a father la the iypt of man that has to be handled valiantly, and If yau aiia him far auppait of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 May 1935

—u FRIDAY. MAY 17. 1935 REGISTER A X T 0 N10 rAGF. SIA SOCIAL NEWS - CLUBS - WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES ItuHUhtm Houston Street it Brnadwsy SPECIALS Friday Thru Monday $1.00 OVALTINE 57e 50c WOODBURY CREAMS 35c $1.25 ABSORB1NE. JR. - 94f (50c BROMO-SELTZER 40f Crash Jacket 1 ■HROUGH a WOMAN'S EYES • the answer is in knowing PEOPLE BETTER •w: 50c PHILLIP'S MILK MAGNESIA 50c IPANA - 60c SYRUP • PEPSIN- $1.00 WINE CAROL I fiOc SAL HEPATICA 60c MURINE 60c D. & R. CREAMS. —- $1.50 PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND 60c ANGELUS ROUGE 75c DEXTRI MALTOSE 75c CASTORIA 40c BOST PASTE $1.00 PEPSODLNT ANTISEPTIC 69c 5-Gr. 100 s BAYER S ASPIRIN - 59c 75c DOAN'S PILLS -51c S0c PEPSODENT TOOTH PASTE 31c 34c J4c 41c ..67c 41c 39c 41c $1.00 44c ..57e 51c ..29c Lenox Avenue Boys The club met at 959 Menchaca Street, with A1 Johnson entertain- ing. The president opened the meeting at the usual hour with all members present. After a brief business discussion the boys were entertained with a few games of whist. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 May 1935

FRIDAY. MAY IT. 1035 g'AN 'ANTONIO REGISTER Lodffc Notices AMERICAN WOODMEN Camp No. 9.1 nreti 2nd and 4th Wed- if via y nifthtB In each month, ItM t'rlock. ReiUter Hal formerly lion Id In Kail. 207 N. Center 51. I- H. Walton. Qi>mmand«r, Mrs. \V. Ci McKlnney^lerk AMERICAN WOODMEN Camp No. & meets 2nd and 4th Thura- day nlalitt in each month, 1:00 o'clock, Register Hall, formerly Uouldln 107 N. Centfr St. W. C. Burgeaa, CuO* Hall, j.. Com wander. Mrs. P. A. McCarthy, clerk. AFRO-AMERICAN LEGION Meats. Ht Monday night la each month, 1:30 a clock. Register Hall, formerly Rouldln Hall, 307 N. Center St. S. E Green*, Commander; H. W. Strain, Ad* lutant. EASTERN STAR Rising Star Chapter No. 176, tEastern Star) meets fst and 3rd Thursday af- ternoons In each month at Register Hall, 207 N. Center St. Mrs, L. C. Thompson, Worthy Matron; Mrs. W. M. Duncan. Worthy Secretary. HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH Fracer't Evergreen, Household of Ruth Mo. 1269, meets the 2nd Monday after- noon. 3:30 o'clock...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 May 1935

*- -«* — -4* PAGE EIGHT <SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1931 JT"Pioneer and White Wings Flour vSlTEWI^ WHITl W1N« FLOUR Thf Beat For Every Baking Purpoae PIONEER FLOUR MILLS I ZION STAR BAPTIST CHl'RCH Rev. Jaa. Jordan, Paator Dental Hints ®rim Reaper THE MOUNT PLEASANT BAPTIST CHl'RCH SatM, Cecar, 125 Preston Street. Died, May 7, 1935 Bodj' *hipp«d to Gonial*, for burial Haywood'a Funeral Home In charge. Brnderaon. Miaa Mablr, 828 Neva- da Street Died, May 7, 193B Age 36 Funeral aervicea from chapel, burial at Eaatview Cemetery, Sunday, May 12 S. L. White, FuneTal Director. Stephen, AUie Lee Died at Robert B. Green Hospital May 14, 1935 Funeral arrangement! pending Haywood'a Funeral Home in charge. White, Joseph. 109 E. Crockett St. Died May 7, 1936 Funeral aervicea were conducted Sunday, May 12, in Florwville Rev. R, H. Williamson officiat- ing. Frank E. Lewis, Foneral Director Rev R, Wilson, Paator mr CARD OF THANKS . _ We take this method of thank- Ing our many frienda ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 June 1935

.. I \. • J Ihi THIS FIRM A MEMBER THE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE fey* ; *£ MZ&iti ft' TVpB; v s life . •.' . .* « ■ ! •" i fa *>; > • *T«, I *1 , ' . •' * - "a ? ■* ft s4at Ajvtomo Register A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Weather Forecast Sin Antonio and Vicinity Partly cloudy tonight and Sat- urday. Showers tonight. Lowest temperature tonight about 66 de - (frees. Highest for Sat. about 84 degrees. Light to moderate south- erly winds becayaing northeast. VOL. IV—No. 57 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 7. 1985 5c PER COPY Spingarn Medal Awarded to Mrs. Mary Bethune Noted Educator Is Second Woman So Honored NEW YORK. — Mn. Mary Mc- Laod Bethune, founder and Presi- dent of Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, Florida, has been awarded the Spingarn Medal for 1935, according to Oswald Garri- son Villard, chairman of the Sping- arn Medal Award Committee of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. She ia the aecond woman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 June 1935

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. JUNE T. 193S San Angelo News | The San Angel.• Black Sheep Herder# won the be t two out of 1 three from Wichita Fall* Black Spudilen; Walker won the firnt. 4 auspices of Mix L. B. Ellis, prin- | ,# ,, 8mitty lnd St„it W(r| knoc|,. cipai, was moft interesting and en- out in the fir.<t half before they joyable. Six were graduated—Mis* could retire the aide, four men scor. Bernict Goode, Mill Parthtnia Lee, ,n®* 1 Clddena, speedball Harlingen New Th* graduating program rend- J •red Monday night for the Booker T. Washington School under the Cuero News lliix Doris Dover, Mm Moxclla Green, Mc.nri. Clarence H xige, gf. Jeff Nelion. Mri. Roiie Lee Wilritch end Mrs. Katie Hall Green entertained last Sunday at Epworth League in hon. cr of Min L. B. Ellis, principal of the Booker T. Washington School, K.-i. N. B. Alexander, and Mm Bernice Rice. An ice course was lerved with dainty cookies. All serrlce* were postponed at lit. Zion Baptiit church except S...

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