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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 March 1936

- \ / ' . H j-: -KH • r auk ruutt SAN ANTONIO REGISTER ' a Publication Dedicated to Eight, ju tkse, and Progress rv ■Linmo raioit or uci *bi *t the register pubushing company owes t T NOBTH ilWTSI arnaar rBONK CATHKSKAL 1T«I . . r. O. BO* Ml H.V.N ANTONIO. TEXAS l nt.rr.1 a« ••coml-clM* matter Umy i. llli. at th« Po«t 0<flc« at 8an antn!^ T.IU Und«r Act of March S, 187#. Advertising rmtee furnUhad on requcet.* Subscription rates: 1 y«ar. $2.00; • montha. $1.25; single copy. 6c. hationau aovistisimo **i*ss«ntativm W. • lire co^ cmicaso. ktnistkk. kansas city amo laooi, valmo a bellinger— JOSEPHINM O. CRAWFORD- I). J. ANDREWS — J. A JAMES —— 8. R. JONE8— -.President Secretary Managing Editor .Advertising Manager J W. HOLLAND- ..Circulation Manager .Contributing Editor ,0 AKUI8TKR Science, Arts Contributions Editorials inions \ f fkidat, march in, — Calvin Says— ALU NIWS MATTER SHOUCO at IN OU* OmCa ST TUSSOAV NOON TO AFPBAH M IHUI NIWS MATTCa MUtT ■■ W.AINLV WWtTTtN ANO ON ONCY OM ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 March 1936

i : r' ■ 18, 1V36 Tf—;— flAN «=C* HUM SHADOW tiuNortr Me wtaiistOmH* Axewcau 9r«e A * * * ^ ~ NOTE:—Your question will be answered FKKE In this column ONLY when a clipping of this column is enoloscd with YOUlt QUESTION, YOUR PULL NAME, BIRTHDATE, and CORRECT ADDBESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- five cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTBOLOGY BEADING and receive by return mail my FBEE ADVICE on THBEK QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe Wallace, care of THE SAN ANTONIO BEGlSTElt, P 0. Box 372, HAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. B. W. B.—I hsre been expect- ing s sum of monrjr nine* the- holl- dirt, and wonder If t will ever fct It? An*: Your father will srnd the money a week or two before KASTRK. He has hsd to make a chance of Jobs tlnrn he wrote l nt, and hasn't been aMe to contribute to hl> family. P. It. T.—Please answer me In this paper at your earliest conven- ience. Bhould I take either of the girl* seriously who are trying to attract my attention? Ana: These irlrl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 March 1936

SAGE XDt SOCIETY Alamo City 7, r.-.-i..., „ , . r FHIOAT, MARCH 18, 1938 - 0 REGISTER IB § U Activities SAN ANTONIO HAS NEW FUNERAL PARLOR—SUTTON AND SUTTON * NNOUNCEMENT has been made, during the past week, of * - the establishment of a new mortuary and funeral parlor, Cutton & Sutton, licensed funeral directors and embalmers, •pened for business at modemly-equipped and attractively- unpointed quarters at 220 Chestnut Street. The telephone iFJfrxsn- - T via £ rr; lieciallv' experienced tn their field i ence as a license,1 cmbalmer an ,t work as well as being technic- funeral director; he iVy well trained, and with «pH>nd- advanced education and training t ^rr^ten^^ ^ "em facilities. courteous. experience as a licensed- embalm tr and funeral director, with bU technical education having been received at New York's natioually- efflcient, and dignified services are assured Sutton and Sntt®ll clien- tele. Ambulance service Is avail- able day and night. Queen of Hearts Social Club...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 March 1936

FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1930 «AN ANTONIO REGISTER fAOK SEVEN" HAPPY HOMES ALAMO CITY BRIEFS Retorera After Twa 1'muV IllneM Mrs. M. K. Adam:. iio liu bate III fur more than two ymn at Iter home, 1G24 Hannders Atpiuk', la recovering satisfactorily. t Ylnlii Family Mr. A. I . Mnyo, 1000 South Olive Street, who was been work- in in Han Angelo tor the past lb roe rearm returned Wednesday after apending t«o weeks hero with hli family. Mr. Mayo wiia called home to attend the funeral services of Ills niece, Mlaa Ireno ij.uikc, who wna killed by an au- tomobile two weeks ago. ♦— Return* to School Mr. Samuel Thompaon, student at Tuskrgec Institute, who was forced home during the latter part of December because of Illness, returned last week to rosume hla studies. While here he was given the most careful medical aid In the home of hla parents, Mr. and Mm. n. Johnson, 230 Spruce Btrset. Improving Mrs. U A. Williams Is reporteil to lie mprovlng nicely at her resi- dence, 1820 North Karzamora Street, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 March 1936

T I PAUK Bid tit BAN ANTON INGS CHURCH NEWS 0 REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 13, lDM ROSE OF SHAROX BAPTIST rttt'Kt'H MtniOlUST PROTEST \\T CHIKCH 101* Indians stmt Hot. and Mrs. 8. 8. Hudspeth, Mr. W. 8. Rvari and six carload" vt |K*opli' from Ux-khart arrived ♦arly Sunday morning for wor- Ihip. Jt"he Sunday School was conducted by the visitors anil re- viewed by the pastor. Rev. H. 8. Kyars. After a short recess, an old-time dinner was served by Mrs. F. J. Byars, Mrs. Ida Miller and others. At 3:30 p. m. the Jxickhart elioir rendered a pro- gram which waa enjoyed. A number of visiting ministers were present, including Rev. C. W. White, Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Eller- fon. Rev. and Mrs. 8. S. Huds- peth, Rev. Haywood and Rev. R R Brookins. At the evening ser- vice, Rev. L. H. Richardson preached a wonderful sermon aft er which Ave persons Joined the church. Thursday night the mem- bers of the church will go to Ja- cobs Chapel for worship. A num- ber of the church members are on the sick list. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 March 1936

r THIS FIRM A MEMBER TBE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER 07 COMMERCE Sats,- A*r<romq Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS PERSONAL LOANS ll( to ISO. Money for Alio Li- censes. Kireslonc Tires and Ar- via Radio* Sold on Kany Terms. | Magnolia Finance Co. | 1# Main Ave—*17 Solrdad 81 (Btiveni Storei) VOL. 5—NO. 40 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 19.10 5c I'ER COPY Year of Illness Ends in Death of Attorney Barnett Pioneer Chicagoan Passes at Age Of 77 Steal Widow's uneral Money RACE CHAMPION First Negro Newspaper West of New York Edited by Barnett i Th Alt«rt*t'd Njrro Prttt H10 A 0 O—Hundreds of Chicagoan* of both races were present Saturday morn ing at the Charles Jackson Mortuary to pay final tribute to Ferdinand L. Barnett, pio neer citiien, steadfast champ- Ion of bla race and a distinguished member of the legal fraternity hare alnce 1884. The Her. H. M. Carroll, pastor South Park M. E. Church, deliver- ed the funeral aermon and mem bera of the Chicago Bar Associa- tion, headed by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 March 1936

rwo Mk\ j BAN JU. IUN1U KKUiamn miiml, nontn zd, j^o _______________ TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS Cucro News 1 mural wrv rui-< i I Of we el M Marc D Ml Mr | Corpus Christi jj Madisonville jj * r mfrmntlonal Church ^ tk„ iami y \i. e. A. ia pro- in < Km for Mr. Henry bo dM Saturday morn- hold from Brother aCliap- B. Onnrrfi. fltmday n 15. K,,f C, W. Franklin ited. IWral tanrtce for Mr* lleiuleraou was held from luihvl Cburdu Monday, h 16. rutm «'f illnes* of U- v. «\ A. ejrjr, iuTrico at Mt. Bethel ay wer*- ronductec^ l y Rev. >a> lit preachln* in the ttid H v. J. Smith ut ulglit. v und Mr®. X. Header**! he week end in Han An* After u two weekH vlnit or pus Chrl"ti with her dat'Sfh- MK Win. C. Anderson, Mrs. l..*f.cn"I:e returned home •nr. The return trip wa* made land with Dr. aud Mrs An- on m torintf to brln* their or h<u«e. Mr. Johnnie lieaakj wjutuicd tlM'ia. Mrs. Aadrr«ou tied wiili her mother for a Mrs. £l#ie Gentry, who has (MM vb itor of Mrs. Gas Minor has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 March 1936

PAGE THREE I8TEB 6AN ANTON! FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1930 Toppers Smack Wheatley Lions For League Title Th« king la dead! Long live the king! Following an absolute reign of two years, I'blllla Wheatley Lions were do-dladimeil as the lord of local basketball courts, Friday night, at the Hecrentlon Center, when the mighty Itotari- im rose up, mid, for the third _i|(iie this veason, smacked down the once Invincible rulers. The score was Sft-22, and It gave the livtiry Tip Toppers the champion- ship of the second half of the Alamo Basketball I/eague, nnd, having already • breeied through tho first half undefeated, it gave the Toppers unditpated claim, and right, to the league title. The game was exciting ami thrilling from beginning to end. At the outset, the Lions started with 'a terrifying roar. Jumping Into a four-point lead. Hoon, however, Rotary got to rotating, drew up. and then passed the high school boya, to stay ahead throughout, although the fracas was alwaya close, always exciting. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 March 1936

' FAUJS rOUK SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Kigtit, Justice, and t'rogress i^KlDAY, MARCH 30, 1938 ruauaasa fhidai or a*ca win n THK KF.GISTF.K PUFTJ8HINO COMPANY orricc tot kumn 4*&uini HT*?rrr riKlMK CATMKI HAl. I7'4 . o. uoi 73 u> \ i via v Ki MAN ANTONIO. TEXAS vrond-rlur May 6. IM1. at tho Po.t OfJIeo «t 8m f^rr^uiT.Wr Act of tin re h I, 1 7 . A<iv*rtt«lnt rats* furnlah** o lirp co>* CMicAao. Ntw vow. ",T:^A^'^r':'oc''M«r7^":r,v"r, ..., „.O*. .«.□ «* . VALMO C. BK4.1NGER JOSEl'lIINR < . CRAWFORD.. C. J. ANDREWS— J. A. JAMES 8. B. JONES — J. W HOLLAND -President Secretary . Managing Editor .Advertising Manager Circulate® Manager Cnnlrthntlag K ill or WHAT S RIGHT WITH THE CHURCH? By J. WALT MttORK, D. D. MhC.ter Kn l Nt. l'aul *. K. Charr'a. Ill Loek art Street Tert: "IUi~-.nl arftheu. >inmii Barjma: (or flesh ami blend halh lot revealed it unto Ihce. hut my Father Which la In Htn«." halt. 6:IJ. NIO REUI8TKR Contributions Science, Arts Opinion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 March 1936

■? FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1936 T - TT B $ IN THE SHADOW Of THE STARS fy-flbbe.'Ulallace tawoiff MewAiisrOMTUe AaewQM 9ace * «r W * NOTE;—Your question will bo answered fc'KKK in this iolumn ONLY when a clipping of this column it enclosed with YOUR QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, BIRTHDATE, and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- five cent* and a self-addrewod, stamped envelopo for my NEW 1A8TROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FREE lADVICE 011 THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe Wallace, care oI TIIE SAN ANJONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 372, HAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. Team ol Bledsoe And Johnstone in London Premiere BOISTER 6AN A faqi nvn Morris Brown Dean M. K. X.—Will I be a aueccts In life In my taleut? Anst Music Mrm« to be your talent, and you should speriallie In plajing the plauo. It will be nevrral marc year* before your vole* will be developed enough for >mi to sine well eicuirli to profit from It to any great extent. ti. M. K.—WM you kindly tell mo Whether or not I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 March 1936

I \ '' PAGE BIX a AN AN ru^u KhUISjTEK FHIUAY, MAllCa 'JO, 193# § 0 C II IE T ¥ Alamo City C L IU IB § Activities Y. W. C. A. Notes "So one 1* willing to fight with a neighbor whom he rcapecta nud admires, so the more we know and vndtrstand other people* and na- ttona, the mare we will And in their live* to respect." writes Mls« Ruth I'erklliK, president of the National Boaineaa and Profrsslon- nl Aaaembljr, to business and pro- fcHsional women of the V. \\\ C. A. In their nationwide peace ob- servance, Tuesday night, March In keeping with the general plans, a group of yonig business and professional women of Fine Street Branch will conduct a Hound Table discu.isloi on the subject, |"eaee Is It B>'g'"s With I he Individual. Supper will be served and at 10:43 the group will listen to the nation-wide broadcast The Will to Please, by Miss Jose- phine Scliain. chairman of the Na- tional Conference on the Cause and Cure of War. Those actively participating In planning for the session ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 March 1936

friday, march 20, 10,% tRQISTER ALAMO CITY BRIEFS IXlUf Wedding The heme of Mr. mid Mr*. Walter Vance, 103 Achilles Street, *n< Tcrjr attractive Thursday evening. March 12, for the ooea- nloii at ■ double wedding. Mr. Charley Dlion and Mrs. Susie Call.iUaii took their vows In one of the pretty rooms while Mr. Kvans ■Oil Mr«. Ellen Dyke* pledged ! their troth in another. Both cou- ples were united by Itev. (I. T. C. Curry. lee cream and cake were ■erred following the ctrenioules. « Motor In Ami in Saturday, March 14, n .ttoup of A. K. and M. IMff members gath- ered at the homo of Mr. ami Mm. Audrrwa wheie Mrs. Tatum serv ed a * 'Melons luncheon. After- ward, the group, composed of Iter J. M. Smith, Mr. M. Tatum and wife, Mrs. II. I* Vaughn and Mr. lud Mr*. Andrewa, motored to Ausllu where they, visited the Tap Hal, the ft. John Orphanage and several other worthwhile spot#. While at the oridianage, Itev 8nilth Hang a beautiful solo, ami with Mr*. Vaughn aang uuother number, much to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 March 1936

MBttlMim Kb ' pack kiuitrr o..r« AWI'UaIO rkgistek Hgijirnii iu .T "* . FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 193# «s «■ INGS Dinurro ClftllD Mill? TEXAS- Certainly no more pleasant or Intcroitlng it taxation can b« found than to speml your summer or fall vacation trailing Texas. Two weeks or two month* aeWng the real Texas and visiting the vari- ous Centennial celebrations throughout the state will be a lib- eral education and a vacation Break Ground for New Library at Wilberforcc WILBERFORCE UNIVERSITY, —Wilberforce University broke ground Friday for the uew libra- ry addition planned by rresldont you'll cherish for a lifetime. Texas j 1( jt Wright. Jr., to accommodate offers evetything! Mountains— thc large stj,jcnt body which Wll- 1 leaks that reach to it,000 feet! now has. Plains in the llano Estacado (Staked l'lalns), expanses «o lev- el that early explorers had to drive stages to mark their return routes! Canyons—the banks of St. Helena on the Rio Grande rise 2,500 foet above the liver tied on t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 March 1936

this firm a MEMBER the ban antonio new 'OHAMBEB of commerce t. SAN AntcfHM RIGHT • ju8tict vol. 5—no. 47 san antonio, texas, Two Sisters Badly Slashed When Man 'T Attacks Suddenly Gun Necessary to Subdue Mad Attacker DOES NOT WARN Trapped in Room of Resort When • Rons Amuck rro women. aiaters, Kisses Virginia Prince, 36, una Atldie Mm Mnce, 29, are suffering Hvim knife woimds, and one Fred Lads on, 717 iln^on, faces two charges of *ii irrtvatcri awilt aa the re- tulfot a sudden, rlclnm lUck bv the man on tbe women In an etrly Thursday evenlhg affray at . resort on Crockett •ml Mes- qulte Streets. According to one story given po! it, the Prince, and three oth- er women, bad been Indulging In a d-y of partying which had 4>e- , fin about noon; tbey flatted. In the Ute afternoon, the retort Lwbrre the cutting occurred. There, la aatd to hare keen earchlng for "a woman friend, taa Invited to hare a drink with group, the member* of which being aerved In a private After a few drtnki, so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 March 1936

✓ TEXAS - — - I Victoria News j | j San Augelo Ne J ick u*l reconta Mr* OtorU i and Mr*. Julia McKrn- n m .'"<1 Mr. Charlie An4H«m. Uuki', Ml*a Nannie IV-II .siuvaicsciug uit iy. „„ -School led it 9.* with i"-*1" % «ron#crfi l lc«on id by tin* I'* I ji Mr. Boll tfnr.iu are "•V^ucfet and Wlew— _ ■trvkv M 11 r :U . nod Nmni Mr. UaM Prhlgatt to -*~'r ftltu heAn« cuattn.-J • hie home for til italij Jrtin Me hI' ' vice Chapel cpeu lio.il at 0:4*'> 1 ,.ht by 111#* .Mr. J"H Maekyiui re « found dead la 'he home of Mr Sewrti film.lav IVt'HIOK. MIm M. B. ruli*tn and the quartet rendered •** **! selections for tbe M. K. Cbusah Thurnlny night | Hev. A. W. AT1U1 visited Bev. It K. -Newnaa Thursday evening h ' ml tbe tit. " ii Haptist I hiirrh Ur-JcSolr.' direct-d hy Mr Kit The Mr ties Hn'tie •li, I.us Fo> I ot Mr J Bow Bet | at i lie he it)' Allen. Man? rn; and shopping bag; The old Tin jtjI * a. staged in ^he dlloriu—. — preached Thursday nigh'- Mrs. CftlM HJ vMw. - — MM fhaldim >J ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 March 1936

BAN ANTONIO I'AUfi THltftB rilUUY, MARCH 27, 1930 'A w rai m % LINCOLN UNIVERSITY (MO.) HAS GREAT YEAR IN ATHLETICS WOKLD OF SPORTS ^ y FRANK MARSHALL DAVIS WE IT TO SC1KNCE 11, at lrO KIND A BRAHON OHlCAflCV—If• * -.'"My P00' Jtientlrt flnrt 1 •ew tork, | r, (or ,UJr theory ha wanta I 'In lm.1- 0 Accordlnf to Kobart U rowne, University of low* «rad- tr atudrat In pbyilcal education, t Owens, Eddie Tolao. and r.HHiC* Peacock owe P«rt of ""'lr nuMitl «i ed to * kneecap tend- reflex Whleh M "si«W8cantl/ , r than ttat of lbe rblte runner, Bru«n *<•*• «M ,1 r? after stiiil/l"* 1M *hl" lid .Negro aubjecla. Thlx, of conraa, la Tory aoothln* 0 the Nordic e 0 Previously WM" 1 white youth waa *erttou n Uc larliea nil he could truthfnlly tty *.i« that bl dnaky opponent wa« lu.i . • lfl r runner. Now. ianka to Browne, he can ill back wfth no loaa vt pre*tl«e and pro- claim: ,, •Well, what elae d'ya expect. [Ivw'm I (onna lieat a ' p«de that a naturally built to run fait- rant hri?- H|Ui|«n....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 March 1936

gm i'AUK FOLK SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Kight, Justicc, aud 1'rograaa FKfllAV, MARCH M, rvauaasD rarest or a* en wkkb at THE RKG1HTKH PUBLISHING OOMPAVY orricc *ut suirru (isiui hthckt rUONK r*TU«IlHAl. 1731 . . r o. BOX *73 — man a.vutsin. rr.xas i'nt#rvJ qi secud-cia** nuttier May k 1*11. at th# l'o*t Offlci at San _. Antonio. Texas. un.Hr Aft ot March 4. IKS. Advertising rato* hinu-iMd «■ r< i.ouesi SnbMftpttoa rates: I year. It-tiO: S laaatlis- t lit! ^ national aa w*aairr Tiv«s w a aw co.. cweaoo. MW « LOS AMCILta. NOCHttTIK. IANAAI ciT* *ND IASOS. COLO COAST. A-AlC* VA1.MO C BCLLINGKK- - J08EPI1INF. l>. 'EAWFOUK- U. J ANDREWS J \. J ami:* . S II. JUNKS j \v mm.nNU. idfa—iWl Secretary MimHm Editor Adwtlslug Manager Clrcalatkm Manager OatMribatiag Eilllur [Cot Science, Arts Opi nions Tid Bits From The Week's Net ■'ift off ton it r.'na * wo©« to • * cwa MArrr* «mo «t ta fiM.x* v.*itti« «w on Ngv%s MA T# c<>weewse MAT *.t ron C«HVtWIMC« ©H ch matt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 March 1936

FIUUAV. A1AKC11 -It, lil.llj IN THE SHADOW Of THE STARS fy-Abbe' (da/lace [yfeu-JCfir Mf UTAH ST OM TUg AxfWCAU St^C NOTE:—Vour question will tie unswcre.t KKKK m this rohwni ONLY when a clipping of this cnlauin i* enclosed with YOUR QUESTION. YOUR FULL NAME, UlRTHUAXil, nd CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REi'LY a«nd twn'v- .-Hive cent* nnd a self addrcssed, utmnpml envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY BEADING and receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Roiul all letters to Abbo Wallace" cure of THE SAS ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box K.~Please tell we If w'> " L. C> the Advisory Committee inoiodlog methods to bo emuloyed in or- ganizing < xhlldts. The oomraittre t nm hoping for will e«me to pai within n short t*iwc? Ami li wBI ywr IH^BANIi, , .. . u1U he u'.mHI at work before He to ci'Jtodt, u«sewMe, |„t ut t!,I, month by r. Km thm|™tl,>°«?° mul,r "lx f pnvbtd}' e Aill not tin as much an you cNpert. . ' a. «. would ttk.- to 111"*I">" • «ri, music, anu Urauia; uic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 March 1936

L I: •M PA(JE SIX SAN AMilltO KEUUmSK FKlDAir, MAKCH 27, 1038 § O C I IE m*:>7 ivities HUBS Hi Tonians Social Club The meeting wag Of eue«l with grayer. Ottecrt wert ttocM nrni litatalW it the liouie of the presi- dent, 100.-, Virirtnln Boulevard. Of- fers are: Prw'dtiit, Oula Mae Harvey; vice president, Helen Juhnacu; MH*retary. Dorothy Jeau Ja«,, on: ii**Mant wecrrtar*. Marl- Fit. iu«k treasurer, Beraice Ladies Auxiliary, Hunter; reporter. anJ •' uiJiiuin r. Clara Belle Harvey. 11 • *• * • -"*• 01 A. - • ' i*be Auxiliary met at Mm- M iue Sreatcr Wide Awake Social Club Meeting wan held it 118 AppJJag Streejr with Ml« till— Cireca aa h<HTe*s. .\li *u.iamv was fine. A ieugiliy business session was held. Kveryoiio Is looking forward to the Tally pcirty which will I* glv- m at the ' I" on April 23. L>e- lidous refreshm«'in« were !*erved. They'll Thrill were played and delicious I of Mr* r, ia«t wa« served. The nnl meet-. — - • ln,. „ ill he al the home of Nellie ' members pr. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 March 1936

FRIDAY, MAliCH IT/. Mli . , .-.-ii - JAN ANTONHJB RKWtBTER PA'JE BEVKN ALAMO CITY BRIEFS VlMltH Faintly Mr. CI ulna KIhj-4, 1'iimpa, Texas, km vtoltor h. tha city |hla week with relative*. Mr. and Mn. W. 1'. Floyd and faiv'lv, U20 Vir- giutu llouli'vard. (■pMtfag Mn. Maude VIM who 9m been DfmtliH-U to bed hy lllnaHi «t tier li|buo. lOCMi lOast Hmwton Street I r thri-c nmOu, to reporied to Improving aleelg. l'rom Houston aud Ml* Herman Can' and 1'lurUwell, H«aton, nrcil Jwr anil «l« ">e week bare with relative* ami Irlcnd*. Tliej were the «ueiU Mrs. It. X>. 8t. flair, Car- I Bad Mrs. 1". lj. Jones, 12^; ticrik Center Street. ■ Krlorii- Home Mr. Jolin 1 . Mslhis, On«xalef. returned heme Monthly after ipetitflug two mouth* In the city with hjs mint. Mm. Joe Taylor, 109 Applln. VMtar , Mr. O. C. Conrad. Houston, vi - Ited In the city laat week, the Clival or Mr. 1. O. Harris, 114 Cartas Htrec-t. S ♦ Wwli hud iHtrxl Miss He mice Clack, (iuuxoloa. wan the" week end guest or her a nu...

Publication Title: San Antonio Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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