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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 June 1936

1'lilDAY, JUNE 12, IMG 6AU ANTONIO I?ROISTER /•AUK SEVEN ALAMO CITY BRIEFS N. A. Girl S. II. C. (irml Mils Viola HlKlilowor, 118 Eller- huin .Street, «us among the t we il- ly-three graduates who received degrees at ttio commencement C\- (■rcl-es at Samuel Hu-toii College, June 1!. Miss lllghtowcr, a mem- |)ier of the '3D class of Douglas! High Hcliool, entered Hauiuel Him- (ton In the fall of that year, but |<!i' pped out when a Junior. She |i. • i;i.. I her college career, how- lever, during the last term. Her [conncctloni with the various t M$ Ins organizations lend evidence of lliir popularity among the students lniol f.iculty Mafcm of the Instl- 11 mion. ItlN Illghtower Is also a | member of Zeta l'lil lteta Sorority. To Marshall Mr. and Mis. II. A. Adams, Jr., llHtl Canton Street, left the city, I Saturday night for Marshall, Tex- la*, where Mr. Adams, an alumnus I of Wiley College, will pursue fur- II Ik r studies during the In-tltu- 11Ion's summer session. They will | ret...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 June 1936

rvr* |EXTRA|sa)v4Ntonio register] EXTRA 1 I RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. 6—NO. 10 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 193G 5c PER COPT FIND BODY OF MISSING WOMAN Ihree Killed as Autos Collide on Seguin Hi-way One Dies Instantly As Cars Smash Head-On TWO HURT Railroader Badly Cut As Bottle Explodes In His Hand Crash Occurs About Fifteen Miles From City 'T'HREE MEN—two colored 1 and one white—are dead, and two persons are badly in- jured the r-'jults of a colli- sion of two automobiles Satur- iay night, about nine o'clock, cbont fifteen miles out on the pa?Td highway to Seguin. Ad automobile, enroutc to 8an Antonio, driven by Acus S. Car- rlngton, ag' 30, ot Houston, where be li employed in the United States mail service as a letter car- rier, and one driven by A1 Adam Kneupper, and in which Reuben A. Iloeneke (both white) was a paaaencer, collided head-on, com pletcly demolishing both machine*. In the Carrington car were Paul Carrlngton, a brother of the driv- er, and William Amo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 June 1936

I'AUE TWO «AN ANTON1Q. JIEUISTEK -— " 11 il n mi* FltlDAY, JUNE 13, 193G TEXAS COMMUNITIES and NEWS ✓ ! San Angelo News j Tlio Jolly Makers Social Club loaed Its formal social scasou vith a Western Jaiuborce, June 1(1 at tllO North KamlulpU Street. .H-llcious drinks were served ihrougtiont the evening. Prizes were awarded Miss E>«lc Lee Taylor of the Popular Pals and Irs. Mare Gutter of the Wide \wnke Social Chili and Mrs. Mary .orton, guest prize. A two-course i, nu was served. The president : the Jolly Makers and Mrs. K. .. Williams will leave SMB for i? Texas Centennial In Dallas nd other north and foutli Texas Mrs N. Stokes has returned roui Madisonville uhere she was all-d to the Indside of her sick not her. Mrs. II. Clark and Mr*. P. Barlow have returned from Houston and points In North Tex- as. Mi s Vlviau Doris lJrowu ae- eompiuied them home. Mr. Perry Lott spent the week end with his wife. Mrs. Kuby Lott. who was t nrued recently. Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Collins entertained ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 June 1936

FRIDAY, JUNK ID, 1936 «AN ANTUNIO KKUWTER WORLD OP SPORTS A tiiOSE-M* OF llKCOKI) PERFORMERS CHICAGO.—To I lie Old Tymcr's club of Chicago go my praises for co-*i>oiisorship of the Central A. A. VT. track and field uieet and Olym- pic: tryouts held June 7 at Staisg Field which brought here the fin- est field of Negro athletes ever yet assembled. The boys in brown carae from as far as New Vork (Iten Johnson) and California Beatingthc Gun ANOT0KII IiOl'IS??? There's I copper-«olorcd laddiebuck, these days, who socks the everlasting daylights out of the huge canvas covered bag In a unok of spacious Pioneer (iymnasltim in west 44th Street, New York. Standing around 5 feet 11 inches, the full, round, unshaven fncu of a young- ster just on the birder line of manhood, ho hits tho beam at 173 pounds with scarce an ouuee of superfluous. Funny part of it all, he comes by the name of EDDIK LOUIS, honestly. He was scouted by those two well known figures of the theatre, JIMMY MAR- SHAL!,, rig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 June 1936

- PAflK TOUR I SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publicmtion Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progre*. BAN antonm. itianmsK rKIDAY, JUNK i , 1!C1H rUBUBBID vkidajk OV BACH wkbk by the registkr publishing company orricB #oi ntutm cemrb biuret rnONK cat11bubal ITtl • • P O. BOI 178 HkS ANTONIO. TEXAS feterM •< .eeofid-olas. mailer M.r I. 1M1. t • I1®" « vmoulo, Texa® und«r Art oI March I. 1SH. Advertlinig rates lurnlolwd on Subscription r t.«: 1 year. |!.00; « months 1.8S: alngl. copy, to. Contributions Editorials Tid Bits From The Week's News PtONAL ADVCWTItlNOI Wr***S*NT ATI Vl W a. tirr com Chicago. new *o «. to angeles, rochester, «*«• « city no usoi. oovo co t. *rric ._ _ president Secrel ary .Managing Editor .Advertising Manager VALMO C. BELLINGER— JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD.. f). J. ANDREWS i. A. JAMES — 'Chatting & WILLIAMS- JONES HOLLAND... Circulation Manager -Ass't Circulation Manager Pnnlrlhlltlng Editor Witk ArJtn H. Du.it* *U. NEWS MATTER .MOULD RE IN OUR OFCICI BY TOESD * NOON T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 June 1936

I'RIDAY, JUNB 19, 19iW SAN ANTONIO KKUIHTEK PAGE WVU IN THE Or THE STAR By-Abbe U)a//ace ,'fcuNcrrr Hekiaust On TUe Amehow 9r,ce * * ★ ^ NOTE:—Your question will be answered FKEE in this column ONLY when a clipping of this column is enclosed with YOUll QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, BIRTIIDATE, and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- five cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW IASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe Wallace, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 372, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. F. T. W.—Do you think I will l'o prosperous If I try to advance iu my present occupation. An--: Yrs; Improvements that you ninlie in your BEAUTY SHOP will attract customers, and will Increase your business. Tile iilea that you have at present to re- model anil put new modern furni- ture in your *hop will make a wonderful improvement. CHARXIINK:—Please tell me what Is this hoy friend of mine's Kiime, and do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 June 1936

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER y*. § O C 1 IE T Y Alamo City ottinjs AAll. .11 NK. my . . . ;in<l tin* <un :• Im .iminir <Wn most trenially on this hoali metropolis ... I feci inspired, no less . . . rawther like writing a poem, or perhaps a gong ... I guess it's the liypsy in me. The month of briiW thev arc <• >nunsf forth «is rt . . . The column AUKAD.. . riiursilii.v evening, revealed the mar- ... a '36 the mar- i-k-tt THICKLY as mosquitoes at a wut'-r rc>i is hoping they'll liml only IIAl'I'INK>> -\t a pretty announcement party last Mrs. Mabel'Banks. O'Ja Potomac Street, vii'ge of her lovely young niece, llertlu St. l'hilip s grad . . . t" Lerov C'hildr riage took place June 1. rt f- Is * # Mr. and Mrs. R It. Robinson, 223 Melrose Drive, have an- nounced the marriage of their daught r. attractive, vivac- ious lvnry Lee, to Mr. Julius B. Carpenter, of Austin . . . The vows having !><■•n repeated on May -I in t •' Capital t'jtv, where the newly weds wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 June 1936

KK1DAY, JUNli 19, 1936 0 SAN ANTONIO KEUISTKH ALAMO CITY BRIEFS lictnrn Irnm S. I). A. Met Elder aud Mrs. Louden, and JUrS. James Halney, returned to the city Saturday night, bavins attended the recent General Con- ference of tlio Seventh Day Ad- ventlatu of America, In se-sion at San Francisco, California. Tiny report a splendid meeting. Kn- route home the party spent Fri- day In Boswell, New Mexico. lUtMVKKt AHTKK MPTlAIJi ftt a quiet ceremony perform- ed1 Sunday, June 14, at 8:00 o'clock, at 120 Mays Street, Miss Vary Ann llrewcr and Mr. Joseph Carter were Joined In wedlock. Itov. Minor officiated. Witnessing the rites were Mr. a .id Mrs. Cole- man, Mrs. Farley, Mrs. Mary Cart- er, fcud the two Waller brothers. 7k: nmrlyweds are at liouie nt (24 Carcla Street, On Motor Trip Wfr. Hil l Mrs. Samuel Kane, the Misses Inez, Rainier, and littb Jo- seph Terrell departed from the city early Monday morning for Miidlsonville, Texas, where they will visit members of the Terrell family. The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 June 1936

m PAUK KIGHT 4AN ANTONIO REGISTER FKTDAT, JUNE 15, 1936 PIONEER jgg (Mi WHITE FC1 1^1 WINGS CJ pi FLOUR ES. is PIONEER FLOUR MILLS. SAN ANTONIO TEXAS Thief Tries to Sell Stolen Auto To Cops DALLAS, Texss.—An unnam- ed colored man Is alleged to have approached Detective K. I. Warnaek near City Hall Wednesday and offered to sell a ear "he stole In Fort Worth." The detective asked that the man wait until he railed his brother, who as Detective M. M. Bullock. The two men drove with the thief to the hidden ear, then arrest- ed him. CHURCH NEWS JsLKlX.l (IIAI'II. HAITI- t HI K> il Rev. K. \. Evans, I'astor • up. t <lay Tillotson Colleg Hails Two Creek Letter Chapters 3tt She phnbito iteu<lent Taft opened Sun- ,>ol on time- At the 11 o'clock hour Mrs. Whlt.ik*T pro- •rated a wonderful Children's .,.gT,v Texas.-Tillotson Col Xot ton«a™."tl'n.l silud^''ti'« lege, forging steadllr forward un day mi a tilled with program*. The ,]er lt« new eo-educat lonal status, B T S. al-o reuile...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 July 1936

PAGE EIGHT BAN ANTONIO REQISTEIi FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1!)3C PIONEER IB Mwh|tE^ iplWINGSg Ifil FLOUR I® man 'PIONEER flour mills SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS TRIBUTE TO HARRIET a hi:E( HKH STOWE ~ 9 By The Associated Negro Fresi NEW YORK.—Exercises coin meiuorating the 125th birthday an- niversary of Harriet Beecher Stowe, noted abolitionist and auth- or of "Uncle Tom's Cabin.*' were hold Tuesday in the llali of Fame, New York University. Prominent speakers of both races paid tri- bute to the life of service of Mrs. Stowe, and the program was directed by Cleveland 0. Allen, well known newsman. CHURCH NEWS IN ION BAPTIST ClIl'KCH Rev. J. L Taylor, Pastor Although the weather was in- clement, the spirit ran high Sun- day. Sunday School was well at- tended and the lesson was review- ed by the pastor. At 11 o'clock the pastor delivered a burning message from the subject. "Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread." Sunday evening the Phyllis Wheat- lev Charity Organisation held its annual sermon at Union Baptis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 July 1936

THIS FIRM A MEMBER THE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Sat* atvtojvio Register «IGHT • JUSTICE «• •PROGRESS r A Safe and Sane 4TH OF JULY Live to fe Ripe Old Age .VOL. 6—NO. 12 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1936 Sc PER COPY State Federation In Annual Meet \ Here, July 7,8,9 Outstanding Women On Convention • Program EXPECTMANY Alamo City Federation of Colored Women's Clubs Hostess to Meet FOLLOWING weeks of fev- erish planning, prepara- tions, and Activities the vari- ous local committees of the City Federation of Colored Women's Clubs have announc- ed that all is in readiness for the annual state meeting of the Texas Federation of Colored Wom- en's Clubs scheduled to convene In San Antonio for a throe-day •cssion, July 7, 8, 9—Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week. Mrs. C. H. Christian, of Austin, the president of the state organization, will preside. Mrs. li. Ij. Richard* Is the president of tiie San Antonio City Federation. Many Expected From all indication*, a re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 July 1936

SI r K TWO SAN ANTONIO REQISTEH ^ TEXAS COMMUNI I'JflDAY", JUIiY ;i, J'JSC ■AmiL SCHOOL NEWS T Victoria News 1'alostlne Baptist Church observ- ed Its 07th anniversary (luring th.1 past week Services were held cac'i night. The messages deliver- el In tlic speakers of the various chnrcl h i ml cities were iuterent- ing. Sunday ended the series of fervlct s with the Reverend Brent of Second Baptist Church, San Antonio, as principal speaker. He was accompanied to the city by a delegation of his members. Ser- vices throughout the week wore largely attended. The anniversary lunquet was given by the Pastor's Aid under President A. Atwood on the church lawn. Rev. (J. A. Deslande«« St. Paul M. E. Church, San Antonio, and his group of lingers gave excellent song service at Webster's Chapel | Church Sunday. A huge crowd was present to hear the melodious voic * of the church choir. Rev. A. O. Russell, pastor, delivered the sermon. Mis# Leonard Daniel*. San An- j Pleasanton News Mrs. Lucy Jackso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 July 1936

«r. I f r* FRIDAY, JUL? 3, JDS ♦' ■"•* ^ if ' •" HAN ANTONIO REG IS . Kit ?AGE TJTRE1? WORLD OF SPORTS ILL STRINO ALONG WITH JOB LOL'18 CHIC Before the I/SuIb- ScbiueUiiK fltrlit, we beat moat of the Iiovh out on the llmh, ami declar- ed In public print, that Joe would win in two rounds. Your typewrit- er-poumler lias waited until the | pitcher, iuilk of the after light firing baB died down to have his say. Ami that consists mainly of the bald Btatcmrnt that I'll string along with Joe i/ouls. Had the Brown Bomber kayoed the Black Milan, and then lifted the erown from James J. Brad- dock's cranium In September, It would have been the first time In history that a 2-' year-old boy had lieeome world champion. No other leather pusher has ever mounted the throne at earlier than 24. It takes at least that long for a bat- tler to learn the essential tricks of defense and ring generalship. Joe caiue along like a cyclone late for an Important engagement in Kansas. He'won 1!" lights with- out ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 July 1936

PAGE KOTO %L BAN ANTONIO BEQI8TBH FRIDAY, JULY 3,193fl ' SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, tad Progress rvBunn tuiqat or bach web* bt THE HEG1STER PUBLISHING COMPANY ornoi sot noetb cxntk* stbket monk cathedral 1721 ..c o. box its SAN ANTON 10. TEXAS rterefl u 8econd-c!as matter May S, 1931. at tin Post Office at San ■tonio, Tezaa. under Act of March i. 1171. Advertising lates furnished on «ueet. Subscription rates: 1 year, $2.00; * months. >1.25: single copy, Sc. NATIONAL APVCTTiaiW KKPWCSKNTATIvn W. a. IIFF CO., CHICAGO. NSW VO*K, LO. ANCCLES, ROCHESTER. KANSAS CITY ANO LAOOS. SOU COAST. AFRICA. „ VALMO a BELLINGER- JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD- TJ. J. ANDREWS J. A. JAMES G. K. WILLIAMS SL B. JONES -President Secretary -Managing Editor -Advertising Manager .Circulation Manager J. W. HOLLAND. ..Asst. Circulation Manager Contributing Editor ALA. NEWS MATTE* SHOULD BE IN OUS OFFICC SV TUESDAY NOON TO AFPCA* IN CURRENT ISSUE. NEWS MATTER MUST BE PLAINLY WRITT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 July 1936

FRIDAY, JULY 3, 19U« BAN ANTONIO UEUlSTJSll iTatiE FIVE JISL IN THE SHADOW Of TIE STARS St/^bbe (Ja/lace \buncrer Mchtaust Om tub Ahewcw 3r<ce * * ★ NOTE:—Your question will be answered KHKK in this column ONLY when a clipping of this column is enclosed with YOUK QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, RIRTHDATE, nnd CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- live cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelopo for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FRRE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe ■Wallace, enre of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 372, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. J. N. C.—My husband's sister wniie me to let my two children ciiine mill visit with thrm for a week or two, and I am undecided whether I should, or not. What should I do, or what would you do? Ans: fho will show the children ii good lime in the city, anil will take R«od rare of thrm. Your «!*- trr-in-law is trjine to forget the misunderstanding you had with (lie family a few years ago, anil Is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 July 1936

PAGE SIX FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1938 5AN ANTONIO REGISTER § o C I (' J only clouds dwelt . . . Mrs. M. F. McCovv- id president of the proup. was showered with it tireless and unselfish work . • . and now, I'd like to pin a few orchid* on h . r tine, ts . . . May Heaven JUSTLY reward yon, We re'HUMAN, after all, and very apt WHOOPS MY DEAIIS! The GLORIOUS FOURTH is at hand . . . and celebrating is somewhat IN ORDER . . . One hears that the various hot-eha spots are preparing for a most RIOTOUS evening , . . . and of course, there'll be the usual pienieinc if you prefer the great out-of-doors . . . From the looks of things, old Jupiter I'luvius is going to make it CONVENIENT for lovers of the rod and reel industry ... It' the rain keeps up, I think I'll rent a schooner and go WHALING in my OWN BACK YARD . . . And to think, last week I was hem-hawing about the HEAT . . . which all goes to show you that there's no way of SATISFYING- people . . . But back to the fourth . . . eat . . . drink and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 July 1936

FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1036 ALAMO CITYIIBRIEFS Motor to San Marcos Ji'ls* Willie McClaln anil sister, Il;i ( aualli McCUln motored to Marcos to spend the 10th cs- otiid by Mr. I.nair Kirvln anil ilr. Kldrldgc Dnvis. / 4 Week Knil Visitors Itev. and Mrs. J. 11. Motley, '1 pa sail ton, were the week end isitors of tlioir sister, Ml <s Bet- June Dukes. f - Married Mr. Jaraos Hodces Cook, son of Ir. and Mr-. Dan Cook, 71U (ratucky Avenue, and Mrs. Jean lull, daughter of Mr. Ilea Jenkins, vcre quietly married last Tlinre- ay morning. Only memtiers of ho Immediate families were pres- nt. —♦ Visits Here Mrs. Katie Kenzie, Cuero, Is IM iiilliiK the week in the eity. She I the house guest of her lirother- 1-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. llchard Anderson, 022 Virginia loulevard. Improving Mrs. Ella Dlion is reported to improving nleey at her home, 812 Montana Street, where she as I teen confined to bed by Hi- es for three weeks. • From Shiner Mrs. A. C. Black returned from Itilner, Sunday, where s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 July 1936

KMgpH ! < , .THIS FIRM A: : MEMBER TDE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ArtkOMO REGISTER I Y VOL. 6—NO. 13 RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS YOU CAN'T BEAT YOUR REGISTER It Has the News While It Is News SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1936 5c PER COPYj G. W. Bouldin Succumbs, Sunday To Short Illness Militant Citizen Came To San Antonio In 1908 RITESTHURS. Illness, Considered Not to Be Very Serious, K. Proves Fatal GW. BOULDIN, 1730 East • Houston Street, for twen- ty-eight years a widely-known and respected San Antonio bnsiness man. real estate deal- er, builder, newspaper publish- er and undertaker died ^tld" denly at about eight-thirty o clock Sunday evening, July 5, after an Illness of recent date which had not been considered grave. His pasting came as a distinct shock to Sail Antonio. Bom In Hondo, Texas, Bouldin came to San Antonio In 1008, just out of the teen age. He worked for the Pullman company for a wliile, but soon went Into business, taking over the ownership of a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 July 1936

TWO 6AN ANTON1Q UEG'STElt jfRIDAY, JULY 10, l!)3tt x TEXAS and SCHOOL NEWS ^ 1 idriit, liro ie spl 'nJl An on. Karnes City Newsj i T: m.s 1 ami \vi-:v lilffbfy onter- -*r.| Vl j {, social Saturday night .vcn in houor of their bavins j , mo«t roun is n the tedder, itr A. L. Houa- remarks and •omul the group i.vable program ie children aft- the commit•«'«■ , Mre. E. Mrs. J. K. Heaver, Mrs. . Mr- L. S. T-acue and p. Johnson served de- ns punch and cookies. >un.lay ."<'hool.tr Prospect Baptist arch opened on time with all rkcrs present. EWor Hawkins * a visitor in the Sunday and Mr?. Whalcn Mr. and M:1-. J. I Mrs. Washington I ti "t ltungc, and j Kouedy wer« vis- awkins is conduct- ?re iH'ginning Sun- Tlie public is Invited. At p. m. the B. T. S. met with the president In charge. Group No. 1 ha I charge of the les-on and Group No. it got the banner. Mrs. Minnie Williams and daughter. Little B. A. Martin, o£ Kenedy wit- nessed the social Saturday night. Mrs. Bernice Haven and child...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 July 1936

FRIDAY, JULY 10, I'SM n'z ..- s San Antonio Athletic Association SPORTSOFTHEWEEK ei>k. Lite guards IAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE TliitEE RT S By Eari (Tricky) lUehardson pool during the w Postponement. Tlie city soft ball kerb's between W. II. Leonard s I'liimnncy and the West End Taxi Company have lteen postponed un- til July 15, 16, 17, then to be played at Central Playground. The series had been originally sched- uled for July 8, , 10 at Lincoln l'ark. Swim Man Here. Mr. Murphy, of Washington, 1). C., Hod* Cross na- tional examiner for life saving, visited the Central Swimming Karl ltichardson and John Griggs Wild are qualifying for examiners' certificates, spent two days taking examinations. Water Polo. Water fans will he treated to one of tho outstanding features and thrills of tile season Sunday at the Central I'ool when the San l'edro (white) team and (lie Central Park splashers ex- change strokes and ducks in a water polo fray. The public is in- vited. WORLD OF SPORTS TrtEY P...

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