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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 November 1931

I) r J - Friday, November 13, 1931. SAN AjjXfl!0 REGISTER PAGE THREE SPORTS PAGE Fish Team Clashes With Wiley in Houston Sat. Fisk Buldogs Wax ******* Capt am President aqd New Building The Fish Bulldogs Enthusiastic Over ******* Houston Battle By RAMON SCRUGGS Despite the fact that the Bull- dog* have dropped four straight decision! this season, the morale of the entire squad is greatly strengthened, due to the fact that Captain Joseph (Jumping Joe) Wiggins donned togs for the first time this year and turned in one of the most brilliant performances of his famous carter against the Yellow Jackets from West Vir- ginia State college on last Satur- day. Wiggins again proved him- self one of the greatest winning backs of all time when he repeat- edly broke through the Jacket de- fense for substantial gains. In Wiggins did everything that a good this, his first game of the season, back should do. The great, but vain attack of the Bulldogs against the Jackets, was centered around the gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 November 1931

■■ ♦ < «■ 'V I % I i > ?AG* FOIH 7 8 A If A N T Q N i 0 R E G I ST E R SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right. Jnitice ■nd Progress Published Friday of Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office 6084 E. Commerce St. Phone Crockett 1085—P. 0. Box 372 San Antonio, Texas Entered as second-class matter May S, 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 Sinfle Copy .*2.00 . 1.28 . .08 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 _ Sport* 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 for convenience of safety is reserv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 November 1931

..... . rr t ■ Friday, November 13,1981. SAN A N TO_ NIO REGISTER Business & Professional Ads washington banks join billion dollar credit corporation 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 prsctics in all courti CRIMINAL and CIVIL LAW DIVORCE CASES Advice Confidential Tel. Office Tr. 1883 Tel. Res. M. 5777-NoUry Public Offics, 219-220 Kampmann Bldg. 333 W. Commerce St. 108 H Soledad St. Auto Repairs CAFES The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. & ESTELL BARNES, Prop . Phone M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 725 So. Pine St. Eat at the TASTY CAFE A EAT SHOPPE We specialise in delicious Chick- en, Steak and Mexican dinners. Fiih and Chili Ice cream, Sweets and Clgara MRS. A. B. THOMAS, Prop. 716 S. Hackberrjr, Ph. M. 10125 HARRIS1 TEA ROOM We specialiie in Barbecued Meata .We aerve partiea and banqueta E. W. Harris, Caterer 220 Cheatn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 November 1931

JMUByA** GE SIX Society e\v Litfht Baptist Choral Club • Mr*. G. Mlcheaux proved to be ' • charming tastes* to the New Light Baptist Choral club, Monday •ifht at the residence of her *is- Mr*. Leslie Williams, r - Ppruce street. The meeting was *S **" fr1*"*1 to order hy the vice pres- (* *W nt. After the business meet-j . - - ing the hostess assisted by her *" aiaters, Mesdames Williams and * • . Itakes. serve,! a salad course an<l 4 coffee. Those present: Sisters * Prances Givens, Lena Anthony, ■ Mattie Miller, Emma Lee, Brothers """A- Mann, and A. Ray, and the ZTiJlostess. H. The next meeting will be with ~~«Jater Emma Lee, 115 Douglas X Way. SAN' ANTONIO REGllTlK H Van Courtlandt Friday, Novemher IS, 1981. X Personals I. i b % \wm 1 i .. I i Mrs. John R. Cook Honored Mra. Bertha Smithes dinner party on last Friday evening at her home on Menchaca street was arranged tn honor of Mrs. John R. Cook, of 6anta Monica, California. Dancing and games were the features of the evening, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 November 1931

- / Friday, November 13, 1931. SAN ANTOM 0 REGISTER PAGE SEVEN - LOCALS and SOCIETY - iiitrc Nous The Entre Nous Club met at the home of Miss Thelma Wicki. After the regular business session the hostess served a delicious plate supper. The club, which is one of the ex- clusive clubs of the smart set,1 made plans for its dance. The following members were present: Annie Laurie Billups, Ruth Cole- man, Lou Ella Gregory, Thelma Wicks, Lydian Whitfield, Lucy Thompson, Mabel Soles, Adele Miller, Clarissa Taylor, Pansy Battle, Priscilla Sheridan, Doro- thea Griffin. Miss Billups will be hostess to the club November 7. WOOLLENS OF Warren Harding Club The Warren Harding club met november 9 at the home of Mrs. Earl Pruitt. with Mr. E. Holmes entertaining. After a lengthy business meeting, 10 hands of whist were played and prises were awarded as follows: Ladies prizes, Mrs. Fannie Wilson and Mrs. Af- dila Pruitt; gents prizes, Mr. Alex Amires and Mr. Thomas North. Next meeting will be with Mrs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 November 1931

mm f, i u i i I If I I PAGE EIGHT SAN' ANTONin REGISTER Revival and Old ] Usher Board Time John The Stages Clehrates Baptist Reform The I'a her* of Corinth Baptist — Church celebrated their 9th Anni- Pastor W. 8. North, of the Ephe-' c « /. *.• ... c r\ 4 > 4. . 1 , vtrwry on Sunday afternoon, No- am Saventh Day Adventut Church, | 616 S. Hackberry street, will have v,mb« *• ' 3:30 wllh ,,v,n u h,r Pastor Harvey W. Kibble of the boards of the city participating. Bervan S. D. A. Church of Hous- The Ushers formed a parade at ton with him for 10 days. Alto other valuable help. Special pray- er and song service every night i before sermon, 7:30 to 8. sermon : where the Corinthians were having 8 to 8:45. Noonday song* and Services while building their prayer 12 to 1 o'clock All who > ,<hurth on th, 0|d ,ite „ dee ire any help on Bible subjects , , , _t call M. 919. Elder W. S. North. I DtkoU and Conntlly Th< and H. W. Kibble, Bible classes in uahert rendered a profram that tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 November 1931

■mmRM HHfl ■I ■* -•••*-* ■m 'Kf SATURDAY llie Fair Welcomes Winter wllh • 8tore Foil or Red Hot CoM Weather Hperlila. COME AND SAVE! Sat* itattojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS i *■ f « 'I ♦ SATURDAY The Ftir Welcomes Winter with a Store Full of Red Hot Cold Weather Specials COME AND SAVE itmmt ,VOL. 1—NO 33. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, > NOVEMBER 20, 1331. 6c Per Copy The Echo (By V. C. B.) Little Theater Opening. This Is Progress. Counting Them Out. Insurance Co. Deficient Three Million $ • • r if The San Antonio Negro Little Theater opened ita season last Monday evening under conditions that are most promising. To begin with thero was a large •nd enthusiastic nudlence on hand to greet the players at curtain time. This, undoubtedly had ita ef- fect, ai this particular cast, played their parts as good( it not better than those of the past; and thli is aaying something. Rank injustice would be per- petrated if comment were not made of each individual member of the cast, so here (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 November 1931

I PAGE TWO (SAW yw-r-nMO REGISTER fRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1931. Out'of'town News and Happenings in Southwest Texas Round Rock News Yoakum News the Mt. Olive Baptist church Sat- urday night. Thursday night Nov. 12, Mrs. Bill Jackson and Miss Gladys Grant i entertained with a surprise birth- Beeville News Beth Elder News Home Missionary society met dty' pirty~ at the home of Mrs. The P. T. A. rendered a patriotic program on th« ev«ning of Arini*- . , umj , >. . . . -mrw~ „ nurtv nr m* tic. day. The ex-soldiers talked Monday evening with president and Ja(.k,on jn hon„r of h„ (),UKhtcr tutorial day and he ptmim to "'J?"*1" * y . •J"- Miss Thelma Grant and niece M,s> "ow«W house U,rou,h*t ,h, « • Hi! 1 No* U 198 .It Sunday School was food it \ Ih L'hurches. Sunday waa Rev, jn'i lap pern km ' 11 Stivin Ni Seguin News 11 Corpus Christi News The Shadowland Friendly Club The Shadowland Friendly Club benefit party at the Odd Hall Nov. 11, 1931. It was beautifully decorated. There were •x-s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 November 1931

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1M1. SAN ANT0£*° REGTFTER PAGE THREE A & SPORTS P A GE FISK LOSES TO WILEY WILDCATS Wiley Beats Fisk To Tune of 24-0 Annual Grudge to Be Settled Nov. 26 By S. D. KANE 2he Fisk Bulldogs football star* toioed about uncertainly in its campaign so far this season, ran afoul the Wiley hurricane here Sat- urday and floundered on the rocks of a 24-0 defeat, befors 3,000 fans at Buffalo Stadium. After an exchange of punts dur- Marshall, Texas, Nov. 20.—The big battle of a series of hectic battles waged yearly for years will take placc when the Wiley Wild- cats and the Bishop Bears ,mix in their homecoming scrape Thanks- giving day, at the Wiley field. Ing the greater part of the first There's no need t trying to pre- Davvy's Dope On Sports Prairie View Panthers Run ^ild To Defeat Texas College 47-0 By F. A. JACKSON ] inspire! 1; Kid Chocolate, ebony hued little | Mai.„ha||, Texas, Nov. n.-Fresb by feint .mi , boxing man from Cuba, gets his from , 47.0 victory over T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 November 1931

f PAGE FOUR SAN AI EDITORIALS SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right. Justice and ProgreM Published Friday of Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office 608H E. Commerce St. Phone Crockett 1085—P. 0. Box 372 San Antonio, Texas Entered a* 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. 1 year * months Single Copy SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $2.00 - 1.26 - .05 ^ ALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager Their candidate has the endorsement of the Creagor OK 10 REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1931. and FEATURES in ortifh , :on- itar 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 must be plainly written and on only one side...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 November 1931

\ I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1931. SAN A N T 0 N_UL-1E GIST E R '■r\ Business & Professional Ads 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 +BAGADO 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 Publii Office, 219-220 Kampmann Bldg. 333 W. Commerce St. 108 H Soledad St. Auto Repairs CAFES The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. * ESTELL BARNES, Propa. Phone M. 10104— Prompt Dolivery 725 So. Pine St. Eat at the TASTY CAFE A EAT SHOPPE We apecialite in delicious Chick- en, Steak and Mexican dinnera. Fiah and Chili Ice cream, Sweets and Cigara MRS. A. B. THOMAS, Prop. 716 8. Hackberry, Ph. M. 10125 HARRIS' TEA ROOM We specialise in Barbecued Meata We aerve partiea and banqueta E. W. Harris, Caterer 220 Chestnut St. — Crockett 9572 Mitchell's Garage S. Hackberrv at Virg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 November 1931

war PAGE SIX SAN' ANTONIO idfllSTER Society x Clu The Happy Seven Mr . Lucille Steen Hodges cor- dially entertained the Happy Seven Girl* in her coiy little home at 312 Santo* Street, Monday evening, Nov. IS, 1931. Some of the mem- ber* excused themselve* early to attend "The Brat." Other* remain- ed with their guesti and enjoyed the many pleasant thing! planned by our charming hostess. A lengthy business meeting was held and many profitable things are beintf enacted by the club. With the meeting adjourned w# resumed our socializing, which consisted of game*. dancing and dining. And a very merry time was had by all. Miss Lucy Warrick will be our rext hostess. 1st. Theresa J Guild Mrs. Celestine C. Jeffers was > hostess on Thursday November 12 at her residence 1909 Nevada street to St. Theresa'* Guild. After a •rery profitable and interesting business session, the guests were served luncheon. The Guild has decided to raffle a beautiful quilt which is now in the course of making by...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 November 1931

f FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1931. SAN AN TON'TO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN - LOCALS and SOCIETY - 1 Alpha Kappa 'Alpha Armistice Day proved a iwrfect carnival of fun to Alpha Kappa Alpha's who celebrated It with a Bridge-Whist-Tea. Ten prize* donated by merchants of Ran Antonio, and of varied use and beauty, proved the honey that attracted swarms of friends, and the butting hasn't stopped yet, for It was truly a thrilling and de- lightful occasion. Close competition friendly chatt- ing and laughter caured the eve- ning to pass all too quickly and now Miss Bettye Browne, Basileus is radiant with smiles because of tho success of her project, and the loyalty of aorrors and countless friends. The Just T Girls Friday evening, November 13, following a delightful social hour around a table banked with flow- ers, The Just "Y" Girls, Miss Eliz- abeth Wrenn, president; Miss Dor- othy Henry, secretary; planned a program' of service and study, spiked with occasional sparkling fun, that will add zest to lif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 November 1931

Tf PAGE EIGHT SAN WE PAY 4% ON anto register FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1931. Denial Hints (grim &eaptc Compound Interest Accounts Interest Starts Immediateh One Dollar Starts an Account San Antonio Loan & Trust Co. 215 West Commerce Street I 1 Mi«* Helen Allitoc, died rn l>cr 13, at th« family 1013 N. San Jacinto street, ficrnl ffrvicea were held fiom the chapel of the Can Sutton Company Undertaken Baby Cruse, infant baby of ]fr. Lean* t'ruae, died at RobertfF Green Hospital November 10. tcrment wa made November in Eastview i-cmctery by C« Sutton Company. Rock Brewer, 90S E. Collins Street, I Cor-..st'-a, Texan. j Wf are grateful for the many J fl. rn -. telegrams and expressions 0f empathy during our houra of ^ bereavement. i Msy C.od'a blessings rest upon L all- Sincerely, J ' MKS. R. B. BREWER r. MRS. BIRDIE JONES I Daughter) VR. CLAUDE BREWER MR. and MRS. J. B. BREWER Rising Star Baptist Church •I 4 Mrs. Delia Williams, died iitiber lo, at the residence of daughter, Mrs. P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 November 1931

SATURDAY The Fair Welcomes Winter with ■ Store Full of Red Hot Cold Weather Specials. COME AND SAVE! itmrnp Sajv Ajvtoxio register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS SATURDAY Th* Fair Welcomes Winter with a Store Full of Red Hot Cold Weather Special* COME AND SAVE itmtm VOL. 1—NO. 34. SAN ANTONIO, TEXIB,FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1931 Be Per Copy The Echo (By V. C. B.) National Benefit Retrench- ments. Negroes and Slavery Pathetic Vote Appeal* Democrat Success Repub- lican SCHOOL BOY BADLY WOUNDED The National Benefit Lifa In- surance Company, for many ycara considered th* strongest institution at its kind amonir our group, has finally taken a step that is about fifteen years late. Through its re- ceiver, Daniel C. Roper, an an- nouncement cornea forth that all of the Company officials had ac- cepted large salary cuta while others on the payroll had bscn dis- misaed. This lateat retrenchment program will result in a saving of $134,000 annually. Had these same officials or thoae whom they succeede...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 November 1931

PAGE TWO gXif ANTONin REGISTER Friday, November 27,1981. ♦ Out'of'toivn News and Happenings in Southwest Texas ♦ Bteville News Sunday >u R*v. H. Bacon'a Paatorial Day her*. Service well attended throughout the day. Sunday achool wa food at Jonea' Chapel. Lemon waa reviewed by the Paator. Rev. Sima. Mr*. Ella Speed who has been in Corpua Chriati aeveral monthi ia back home again. Mr. G. W. Billupi of Goliad waa ia the city Monday night. NOTICE! In accordance with our print- ed notice The Register appears a day earlier thi* week. New* that reached our office too late for thia iaaue will appear next week. Corpus Cbnsti News The Charm Club met at the uiual hour, 4 o'clock, at the Brooks Chapel A. M. E. Church on Wed- nesday, November 17, 1931. After buainraa session a few beauty hints were thrown in. If you wish to join u« come any Wednesday eve- ning at 4 o'clock, to the A. m. E. church. Odette Miller, Reporter Circle No. 4 of the Ladies Mis- aionary Society of St. John Baptist „ . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 November 1931

Friday, November 27,1931. — SAN A ! 0 REfJTRTEH PAGE THREE A 4 SPORTS PAGE Two Football Qames Here For Thanksgiving Douglass Lions To Play Victoria Wiley Defeats Dragons 38-6 Local football fans will have 1 Odell Is Brilliant Star in Wiley their first opportunity to see the Wildcat Victory; Powerful Douglas. High Lions in action Machine Held in Check against schoolboy opponents on Thanksgiving Day at 2:30 p. m. at Garrett Field on North Flores •treet when Coach Walker sends his boys against Victoria High School. This promises to be one of the best games ever played here. Victoria always plays her best when confronting Douglass as she has the desire to humble the big- town boys. Douglass, on the other hand, has to fight from taking home the bacon. In spite of the keen rivalry, excellent relations have always existed between the two schools as many Victorians now call San Antonio their home. The teams appear to be evenly matched. Anderson Hi of Austin defeated Douglass 8-6, and took V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 November 1931

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTON EDITORIALS and FEATURES 0 REGISTER Friday, November 27,1931. Our First Thanksgiving SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progre** Published Friday of Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office 6084 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 ratea will be furnished on request. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 year 6 months Single Copy .12.00 . 1.25 . .05 \ ALMO C, BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-Genera! 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 must be plainly written and on only one side of copy sheet. The right to condense matter for convenien...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 November 1931

f ad- Friday, November 27, 1931. SAN AKTONI o REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business & Professional Ads 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. 333 W. Commerce St. 108* Soledad St. CAFES The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. A ESTELL BARNES, Props. Phone M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 726 So. Pine St. Eat at the TASTY CAFE & EAT SHOPPE We specialize in dclicioua Chick- en, Steak and Mexican dinner*. Fish and Chili Ice cream. Sweet* and Cigar* MRS. A. B. THOMAS, Prop. 716 S. Hackberry. Ph. M. 10125 HARRIS' TEA ROOM Wa specialise in Barbecned Meats We serve parties and banquet* E. W. Harris, Caterer 220 Chestnut St. — Crockett 9572 AYCOCK'S PHARMACY Prescription Druggiit We carry ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 November 1931

r PAGE STX SAV AN'TONTO REG I ITER i*rvfHy, November 27,1981. Society X as Clubs K H Personals £The ; Eaglets The Eagletts convened on Friday night Nov. 29th with Misi Mary C Etta Haywood a* hostess. After a lyief busmen meeting the hos- tess served a palatable luncheon. The latter part of the evening was upent in dancing. The guests for the evening were: Messrs. Selm* Washington. Troy Prosser, Isaac Haywood. J. B. Dan- iels, Percy Johnson, Norria James and Joel Barton. The next meeting will be held at the residence of Miss Valree Goodwin. Dorothy Belle Daniels, Pros. Willie Mae Sams, Reporter. CAB' ON BIG TIME' CONTINUES TO SCORE Girls Friendly Club Ir. Mrs. Martha Fields entertained the "Girls Friendly Jr. Club" on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 22. After a brief buainess session, Miss Mag- gie Alexander was welcomed into the club. Meeting was then ad- journed for the hours of pleasure. A very appetizing menu was serv- ed. The next meeting will be at 119 Fairfax St., with Miss Rejoice Ida...

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