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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 July 1936

rAUK FOUtt 6AN ANTONIO REGISTER i IOAY, JULY 10, 1936 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Kight, Justice, and i'rogresa tcuusaca rum a i or each «m bi THE REGISTER PCBUSnilVO COJIPANYi o 7ics sot Noirrn cE.vnts siutEI TOOSB CATHEDRAL 1T3I . . P. O. BOS 373 ISA.\ WTO-Mil. TEXAS Entered as sfjoond-ctass matter May &, 1921. at the Post Office At San Antonio, Texas, «mder Act of March 3. 1X79. Advertising ✓ate# furnished on request. Suhsr!pticn rates: 1 year. 12.00; 6 months. 51.25; single copy. 5c. NATJONAL S:-.'=7TIS«NU RCPRCSENTATtVtS W. •. XIFF CO.. CHICAGO, NSW VO UK. LCS ANCZLCS. ROC 'ES7SR. KANSAS CITY AND LAGOS. GO'.O COAST. AFRICA. .VALMO 0. PELLl-Nfl CR ■r JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD LTJ. J. ANDREWS ;.t. a. Jami:s G. K. WILLIAMS S. 15. JONES fa. W. HOLIaAND .President —— Secretary Mas?tring Editor —.—Advertising Manager —.Circulation M-oager -Ass't Circulation Manager Contributing Editor ALU NEWS MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICS BV TUESDAY NOON TO A.^CAR IN Ci BRENT IS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 July 1936

Friday, JULY IO, 1930 SAl^f ANTONIO REGISTER rACJB FIVE IN THE SHADOW Or TIE STARS gj By Abbe,'LOa!lace ^iungest McntalistOn tue Americau Swce ■k * ★ NOTE:—Your question will be laswercii b'KEK m tliis column ONLY wh?n a clipping of this column is enclosed with YOUR QUESTION YOUR FULL NAME, BIRTHDATE, and COltHECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- five cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe Wallace, care of TIIE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 372, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. 1*. R. S.—Should I use my own wind, or !o as file says? I'leaac answer this soon In the San An- tonio Register. Ans: As >uu are so upset over your fripmTs actions, and so un- decided just how to take this par- ty, I would advise you to use your own Rood judgment. In a case lihe this it wouldn't lie wise to use anyone's gngBcsihins. H. Ij. C.—Why does the man I love f 11*8 at ine all the tir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 July 1936

—— n 1*AUE six. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FKIDAY, JULY 111, 1038 § O C I ^ The Texas Federation of Colored Women's Clubs has held i sway in the Alamo City during the past week . . . with more than a hundred visiting women from all parts of the state invading the city i"i' the three days meet . , , The business M's-ions were held at Library Auditorium . . . We took time oft' to run in on several sessions and found them QUITE enjoyable . . . many Interesting people and they ARE doing splendid work . • • And then there >vas the social side . . . which was by no means neglected ... On Wednesday evening the visitors were chawming- ]v entertained with a reception at St. Philip's Junior Col- lege .... Originally scheduled to be a Garden Party, the weather interferred, so the party was held indoors . . . but it was none-the-less gay . . . and vedy, vedv pretty , . . Re- ceiving the more thiiu two hundred guests were Mesdames Cecelia Brooks. L. Holmes, Elsie Kaufman. K. Beverly Lewis D. S. Mon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 July 1936

FKIDAY, JULY 30, 1936 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER CAUK HKVEN ALAMO CITY BRIEFS — To the Kast > Mrs. C. L. Brewer, In compnnjr TrUh lier two children, will leave Sunday for her heme In the East. Enroute they will stop oft In Springfield, Ohio, and spend four rtnyj in New York visiting her bro- ther and stetcr. Mrs. W. Sampson Brooks, the widow of the late and ■esteemed Bishop W. Sampson Brooks, will meet them in New lYork ar.d they will motor on to Boston Massachusetts where Mrs. Brewer will spend the remaining summer with her mother. They will return In the fall stopping in Dallas to attend the Centennial. Spend Holiday in Austin Mr. Hoy Mosley and Miss Mabie Lampkin motored to Austin Sat- day and speut the holiday visit- ing with Mr. and Mrs. A. Patter- non, relatives of Mr. Mosley. They reported a very enjoyable visit. To California Miss Beruioe Kaufman, Olli Daw- Son Street, left Sunday for Los Angeles California where she will ylslt with relatives and friends. Visits Mother Mrs. M. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 July 1936

■jr-wtw ' V *£#■ J^HLS FIRM A' |^ 5[ MEMBER I THE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBEK OF COMMERCE f VOL. fi—NO. 14 Register RIGHT • JUSTI PROGRESC TOD CAN T BEAT YOUR REGISTER It Has the News While It Is News SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, f, JULY 17, 1030 5c PER COPYi Hawkins Indicted-- "Murder With Malice" One Dies, Five Injured As AutomohileOverturns On New Austin Highway Speed, Soft Place In Road, Cause Of Tragedy JAIL~DfflVER "Goes to Bat" | Jail San Antonio Man for Illegal . Dental Practices Charge Driver, Dead Man's Brother, With Drunkenness ONE MAN—Joseph Kenne- dy, age 38, 602 South Pine Street—Was killed, and five other persons were injured in an accident, Sunday afternoon, July 12, about twelve miles from San Antonio, on the new Austin liighwar. when the auto- mobile la which they were tlrir log turned over, finally lauding on Its wheels again. The Injurvd persons were: Wil- liam Kenuedy, 41, driver of the car; Mrs. Bessie Kennedy, 45, ■wife of William, and Kuth Craw- ford, all of 240% Army Bou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 July 1936

1 \\ U TEX AS COMMUNITIES Nnd SCHOOL NEWS Corpus Christi S. J. Irving niul 'league* pertaining I County Woman's Bible Institute anniversary which will be held at Eclato M rning Star P.aptist Hr Samiifl Haokett ClKiroli, llin .'i, T. sis, lieginulng Mrs. KOifl y-«mau atU dauslit- Julv The public is Invited. Lillian ot !> 111 Antonio bam I Mr"- A. I.ittle and *"11*. I!. J. urutd after a in Mr.-. Mary hind XV. T„ of Flaicns were in tho ill uml fauilly. l'r f. Anderson j■ My Saturday. M-- V Johnson tlu- li u- suc^t ct bia sihi and And Miss J. II. Uu i.-<>n were the guests of Miss 15. li. Haven md Mifo R. D. Shan ly, Saturday. Little If. A. Martin of Kenedy Mr \\ . recent lUgiiter-in-Iaw, Dr. an 1 Anderson. Miss iJernice Beverly, aduate of Prairie View Collegi ?nt a few days in Corpus visi g Mrs. Merriweather. Mrs. My IUlii spent the week grandmother, Mr t' Karne« City. Littl Williams the Mrs. L. S.! Hichard Washington, Kugeno Ulate, the Karnes and iiounie Malcim of Midway, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 July 1936

''fjS? - FRTDAY. JULY 17, lSKlB — Ten "Race Jesse Owens is Three-Time Winner; - Johnson, Albritton Smash World MarkinHighJump XTEW YORK.—Paced by the incomparable Jesse Owens, a 1 ^ most amazing, breath-taking, dazzling group of Negro ath- letes, last week-end, ran and jumped its way into a dozen places on the United States Olympic field and track team, which, Wednesday, sailed for Berlin. Germany. Ten colored latin will battle for the glory of the Stars and Stripes in the inter national competition. 0 REGISTER Athlete PAGE THREE ake Olympic Team =★ ★= * ★ T is Anil, I/>. .Jesse Owens— Jesse Owens, Ohio State s lironwd greased lightning, as was anticipated, expected, and predict- ed turned in the most spectacular and fancy catching performance of the Olympic final trials, being a three-time winner: he copped the 100-inctcr dash, the broad jump, and the 2(H)-meter dash, doing the last named in the world record time, around one turn, of 21 sec- onds flat, clipping two-tenths of a s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 July 1936

TAUE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER < |C A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progress rlTOI-lSBED FniDA* OF 1ACI1 WBEB BT THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY OFFICE S07 NORTH CE.VtHK 8TKEKT PIIONE CATIinnrtAL 1T3I . . P O. DOX 372 SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Entered as seccnd-ctos# matter May 6, 1931. at the Post Office at San Antonio* Texas, under Act of March 3. 1S7S>. Advertising rates furnished on request. Subscription rates: 1 year. I2.W; 6 months. 91.25; singto copy. 5c. HATIONAL ACVERTISINa rcpwcsehtatives w. b. II Tf COh chicago. NT.W YORK. LOS ANGILrS, ROCHE9TC*. KANSAS CJTT AK«5 UkCOS. CC-D COAST. AFWICA. VALMO 0. BELLINGER— JOSEPHINE O. ^RAWFOllD.. C. J ANDREWS J. A. JAMES— G. K. WILLIAMS S. R JONES- J. W HOLLAND .President Secretary ...Managing Alitor -Advertising Mauager t'lrcnlatiuu Mauager _Ass'L Circulation Manager Contributing Editor all news matter should gc in OUR OFFtCt i rvrsoav noon to appear in SArETV IS rCBfRVEO UNLESS SUCH MATTER r Register Platform The San A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 July 1936

> I FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1936 UTONIG REGISTER ... -*rr INIHE SHADOW On HE STARS By-flbbe,' UJa / /ace tliNOWT Motalist Om Tug AnSRlCAM SlVIGE 5 ' * Unfolds— Continued from Fnge 1 tc NOTE:—Your question will be answered FUiifc. iri this oolumn ONIjY wlien n clipping of tliis column is enclosed with YOUR QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, BIRTHDATE, and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- five cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe Wallace, care of TIIE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 872, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. -\\\ !•'. S.—Will I lie able to handle the little business that 1 nm taking over the first of August? Am I too young? Ans: The experience you have had the past eighteen months is sufficient for you to malic a -suc- cess of tile STORK that you are taking over next month; neverthe- less, you will run up against ob- stacles very often, but you will leant to sli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 July 1936

FRIDAY, JULY 17, 193« ■* t> wih' turn <SAN ANTO r.\0B six T ¥ Alamo City c c L b C Activities ottlHCS] * / lillx'T^t'anybody FOOL v u ... it HOTTER'N RED PEPPBB in this town . . . My now is shiny . . . my collar in and j'fivl ORKUL . I've eaten barrels of k;e i iii an effort to keep cool and all I ve inanajied is ADDITIONAL WEIGHT and a TUMMY A('HK . . . u wanna' start a "back to nature movement" you mv ; ••••. .sion . . . and 1-TUTIIFKMOKE if the wea- ls irn creai: sunn If v have tli r doesn't i ; .m1 Wo liaiiL-e I may JuIN \ • & The l"0al Woman s Auxiliary of the Bexar Conner Medic- ctl Association was hostess at an exquisitely appointed Mated tea Friday evening at the beautiful home of Dr. an,l Mrs A. Wliittier. compliment invisiting members of the State Medical Association attending the State Fed- eration of Colored Women's Cluiis . . joying the evening included Mesdam H. Patterson and E. M. •■l.'rnan. Marshall. Texas; J. B. Yerwood and Toliver Page of Fort Worth and E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 July 1936

FRIDAY, JULY IT, 1U36 r ALAMO CITY BRIEFS TO WED JILV 30 MUs Ann K. Crisp, llie charm- ing daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Crisp f (Ctl South Pine Sln-cl, will to married (o Mr. Jciia Crawford, of San Antonio, Thursday, July 30. The ceremon- ies will lo performed nt 020 Bouth l'lne Street. , ♦ Here for Bmildin Rites Mr. W. K. Robertson of the Shaw & Robertson Funeral Home of Marlin, Texas, was a visitor In the city, Thursday, July 8, to attend the funeral services of (1. \V. Bouldin. Attends Conclave Miss Mary Appling, 503 Goliad Street, left the city Sunday, July fl, for Colnmhus, Texas, where she attended the Fifth Annual Con- clave of the Progressive Order of l'ilgrlms. She returned to the city Wednesday, July 8. ♦—- Tlsits in Fort Worth Miss Dorothy J. Harris, 502 Iowa Street, member of the fac- ility of Douglass Junior School, left for Fort Worth, Texas, Fri- day, July 10, where ?he will spend an indefinite visit with friends. Visitor from Cuero Miss Bertha Smith, and her li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 July 1936

page bio o f PIONEER and M WHITE WINGS Ol HI PlbNEEB FLOUB MILLS san ANTONIO. TIXAS NATIONAL Nl'RSE MEET TO NEW VOBK „ By The Associated Negro Press NEW YORK.—On August is ami 20 the National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses will fea- ture two-day Institute on Ma- ternal C are and Tuberculosis. These subjects 'l're selected for discussion, as they still contribute largely to the high death rate ainoim Negroes. This institute is part of the general convention pro- gram of the Association whose twenty-ninth annual meeting w ill be hebi at the V. W. C. A., in New York City, August 18-21. CHURCH NEWS bethel a. m. r chctwh Rev. A. W. Harvey, Pastor Brother to Contest Will in Effort to Get Larger . « Portion of Fortune By Tlie Associated Kcfro Pren CINCINNATI, O.—Miss Jennie D. Torter, rh. D., widely known educator who died last week, left her estate valued at $00,000 to ac- crue eventually into a fund for the education of Negro youth, it was learned Thursday with the flling of her ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 July 1936

"Jm 1 THIS f'iRM A MEMBER TUB SAN ANTONIO NEW chamber of commerce Sajst ajvtonlt) Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS YOU CAN T BEAT YOUR REGISTER It Has the News While It Is News VOTj. 6—NO. 15 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 10:50 5c PER COPY, Dean J.L. Hawkins Relieved of Post at St. Philip's College To Be Instructor, Counselor t o Young Men fordIsdean Hawkins, Dean Five Years, Lauded For Work According to an official announcement made this week, when St. Philip's Junior lollege opens its tenth year as i collegiate institution on Sep- tember 7, that institution will have a new dean of the college —Xick Aaron Ford, who, for the jVi>t seven years, has been profes- firJr of English at Florida Normal t&d-JndUPtrial Institute. Ford will )t jo serve as head of the English Apartment, and, as acting dean, will relieve James Leon Hawkins, who has been dean of St. Philip's for the past five years, of direct academic supervision. Mr. Hawk- ins will serve as dean of education and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 July 1936

ii 'l\VO BAiN ANT J-KIDAI, ,IUJiV 24, iy;iO ✓ TEXAS COMMUNITIES end SCHOOL NEWS I Corpus Christi m.\ | Willi j ' By Samuel HacUctt ller. li K Brown, SO, pioneer citizen and a former pn«tor of St. Matthews Baptist Church departed this life on Tuesday of last week. Funeral services were held Friday with Hev. P K. Joshua officiating Ri v. Joshua left the Mt. Zion Son ilny School and 1?. V. 1' t\ Con gr« s which was in ^es^lon at Oon zales. I>r. L. E. M •;>•! -r. modoiM : f the Mr. Zion Association navm huge birthday cake; tie- refreshments were served. Sunday School at Prospect Bap- tist Church opened with superin- tendent and co-workeri present. Sunday w is pastoral day and Past- or Bacon preached wondorfuly. Sunday night, Hev. R C. Lewis of Unnee preaeheJ. Prof. P. II. Han-, some and Deacon J. S. Graham I pauiod by I r. Ih'iTtons Pleas a fjrent trilmt a founder r. ot the Mt. Zl The IMstrict tutu of tlie S, West Texas C J. Oat iini ml S > to Her. \ former i :i AM 'UI ham Mr. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 July 1936

riviDAY, juui ■?>, J!>ao WORLD OF SPORTS By F. M. DAVIS (For Tli * Associated NcRro Press) THK QUESTION NOW IS BEKLIN CHICAGO.—America's ten liest track nml field athletes of color— the largest delegation of silu-tints ever to make the Olympic team- have gone to Berlin to show the world that Max Schilling's knockout of Joe Louis was just an accident, and that sort of thing doesn't often happen. On paper Negro stars expect to will the 100, 200, 400 and 800 me- ter races; the broad jump and high Jump, and to place in the 110 meter hurdles. That would be six lirsts without counting run- ner-up showings. And that would- n't lie bad for a so-called "Inferi- or" race which is only ten per cent of this nation's total. Many experts concede the entire Arnold- i.|ii[.!,II> Mn/T0N CARTER '"Lr'uT'ccms'lder1"the "lOO^ineters. | -NI:W YOUK.-Uunning on bor- .Tease Owens has run the distance I rowed time—borrowed because in 10.2 seconds. Ralph Metcalfe 0f a weak heart—Mack Robinson, that I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 July 1936

FAUK i'OUh SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progress PUBLISHED FI11DAY OF 1ACH WKKB 0Y •c' TUE REGISTER PUBLISHINO'COMPANY OFFICE 207 NOHTU Cg.VlHB ITkSST PliONE CATHEDRAL 17511 . - F O. DOI *73 SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Entered a* second-daw matter May I. 1111. ai the Post Office at San Antonio. Tuna. undtr Act of March 3. 1879. Advertising rates furnished on request. Suuecrtption raiee: 1 year. f*.UO; C months. 51.25; single copy. be. NATIONAL ADVERTISING Rt PniSENTATIVES W Q t\T* CO.. CHICAGO. V°*" I.OS ANCtLCS. ROCMCSTCR. KANSAS CITY AHO LAGOS. CO'.O COAST. A^HICA. VAI.MO C BELLI.XGEIi- HI_J'rcs lfnt JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD II. J. ANDREWS J V. JAMES O. K. WILLIAMS S B. JONES J. W HOLLAND.. Secretary .Managing Editor _ Atlrprlijllig MflU.iger firtiilallou Manager .Am'L Circulation Manager Contributing Editor ALL «WS MATTE. SHOULD BE ,N SL. CFM r T ■-«« °° ™> CUtTRENT ISSlE. NCV/S MATTER MUST 61 PLA!N-> KITTEN ON ONLV ONE 01 DC or COP* SMEST. THE RI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 July 1936

* ■ * FKIDAY, JULY 24, 1930 IN THE SHADOW Of THE STARS £t/-flbb&' (dal/ace Youngest MewTAuST Oi Tuie Ahericam 3wce fr * Ike man about town WELL, the letters and cards seem j to he coming in in 'increasing j numbers—I get several each week j —that's line' Keep it up. folks; NOTE:—Your question will be answered KliEK in this column ONLY when n clipping of this column is enclosed with YOUR QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, BIRTHRATE, and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- five cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe Wallace, care of TIIE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 372, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. M, B—Will I get the kind of Job that I want with a One salary, or what is here for me to do? Aus: You will be able to get the Jnh Nl'RSING THE ('HIM), that you have in mind, but your salary will not be more than seven dollars per week. « or one your age and experience,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 July 1936

||i i I' EOISTER 1 > 6AN ANTO PAGE RTX FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1936 §CC II IE T V Alamo City 1 o V . jWcds at Morning Ceremonies k ^ JHHSpnnRHi sfisy. at-: BSK MRS ROBERT MOSS, nee Mar i Jon- Brown, whose rnarria^' Sun- j day morn int. July 20, wa> one <>i' til-- pre:?.* st affair- ot many years. by :i par' strewn with r j - uiU. lovely and arforabl< Marjorle Brov.m-. :.. nit dang ■ M - I*. M It: • ue, 114 01 • - Mr. K . M p'.islilcd their tro*U in a marriage ' ceremony which solemnized an in- teresting and lovely romance. 1 A triumph of girlish beauty and innoccut charm, Marjorie was ot-' qnlsitely attired In a princess cut dress of Alocon lace which flared/ it the fikirt into a s>juar^ «Ie/ni- • train. A French net waist iengrli veil, caught with orange blossoms, 'together with a bridal bouquet of '.•mpb'ti Haliantly beautiful, the bride was attended by her brother-in- law. Mr B. Y. Aye. ck who pre- -• .ite-1 her to the groom, as ae- cuaipanied by his l>est man. Prof...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 July 1936

1-lUUAI, IHJIJ* H4, I'J^O ALAMO CITY BRIEFS ANTONIO REGISTER ns Yisiting Family Mr. an;l Mrs. Olin Hall, of Dquk1:is, Arizona, arc in the city vhtting with their mother aud father, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Ed- tvarda, 1014 .South Tine Street, mil their eistcr and brother, Mr. i ud Mrs. F. J. Oliver, 1016 bo nth J'lne Btreet. In Lu'kluirt (Messrs. George and Walter Peo- ples, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Peoples, 44*. Menchaea Street, are in L9ekh*rt, Texas, visiting their gran .mother, Mrs. Mattio Peoples. Guest oi Mother Miw Thelma Abernathy of Los Aug£lis, California, is tho guest of her in ther, Mrs. James Aber- uathy, 701 South Olive Street. Visit in Kouud Koi-k Mr«. J. 11. Drttgg, little Rose Mary Johnson and other friends motored to liouud Bock to spend Sunday with Mrs. Lela Dixon, i Mrs. Bragg*' sisier. Itose Mary w ill spend several days there on her vacation. Motor to Austin Mr. Gip Sullivau, Mrs. Maggie Forward, Mr. aud Mrs. Ulysses Porter motored to the Capital City on July 1'A ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 July 1936

.—"* .*: PA CIS EIGHT 5AN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 24, 19.16 PIONEER gfi "mi white rs7 Wm WINGS |& yi FLOUR ® PIONEER FLOUR MIUS SAM ANTONIO TEXAS Eve's EptotA<«tt I toast Alphas Prepare for Convention B Oocoftn. t thinks aha. cm Corit t he*> Irest'^ Joot |orojf>rd orxlaaa iis ahod for S£ looka . mate fid PJ. cocofooct. . , W** fZ-t CHURCH NEWS Ripley!!! Hire Race, FireNordicTeachers In Dixie Town! Bj Th. A««orl lffl ff.irro PrfM SMITH KIELI), N. ('.—An almost unheard of procedure fur Dixie—that of flriiiR while teachers and hiring ad- ditional Negroes—has just hecn voted by .lolinston Coun- ty for the coming year. Princeton and Sclma Negro schools gained one teacher racli, and Sniithtleld gained two teachers under the new get-up. White schools in the county will lose five teachers for the coming year, it was an- nounced last week. THEY'LL WELCOME ALPHAS K\ i ( H Il'EI. < IH RI M OF CHRIST Rev. J. T. Uanixv. Pa-tor i day Cls pveulns t.ic id a very ... .r.K nd ac...

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