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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 August 1936

MtlUAV, AUUUST 14, ' BAN ANTONIO ItEOISTEft rAUK riVB • * HP -ft- ININE SHADOW OF THE STARS 6(/-flbb&' (da I lace \buNcrsr Hemtalist On TUP Amerow 9r«e s NOTE:—Vour question will l e answered b'UEK in this lohirr.n ONLY when A'clijipiug of this column is enclosed with TOUH QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, BIRTHDATE, and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- five cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASfTROLOQY READING and receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe Wnllace, care o< THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER. P. 0. Box B72. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. (AitllF/ WALLACE—) # V CJ. T.—Pots the pnr^v. I have in miiid mean me any good, or is lie trying to get me In trouble? Ans; Take yonr choice—a good tlhio In Ills V-8 that spells trouble, or continue with your old friends free from worry. I don't believe It Is the boy that aft rafts you any- way; It the CLASHV V-8. J. .T. P.—Will you kindly toll mo If I will he successful in getti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 August 1936

if?""«*>•"'i>- V XT'* ■% PAGE SIX SAN ANTON IU KBUlbTEilt § o c ii • ♦©♦ ie,toy : Alamo C% c'? il; u • ib § Aft M+1 /5P' 1 ^ -- Out-of-Town Visitors Say Monte Carlo Cave One of Most Unusual, Finest i Resorts They've Ever Visited VJ the hlstcrv ot Pa, Au-| More an l more the Care ha. be- oiiiu - varied n! moltitartouB re- come the ch...co of the ••' exact enterprises [ and careful ihtstos h v,s an eMUWmwim in well a their private parties, a number ot an J> . . ijih | snih bc,ng weekly occurrences. the week, a group of visit ouuiaruy. anir Burattcu eu> u - i - - —, or, rt and ••nium-meiit """ — ,hc 8"e 0t fery (c« "Wk> time, enjoyed sucii I such I miiti'.aritv TRi# attracted aueh a Ihirin* T S. Smith's' ors from California and All*/. who are, incidentally, widely-trav- eled, pronounced the Cave one of the most unusual and finer! es- tablishments of its kind that they have ever visited. The tastiest of fc'ds flr'' a'*' the Cave from the tirmir upstair*. One d Wilier la t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 August 1936

I'll I DAY, AUGUST 14, l'J3(i SAN ANTONIO REGISTER ALAMO CITY BRIEFS VISITORS ENTERTAINED '•Mlf&s Lillian Mitchell' and Altttu* Hammond were Joint host- esses at a pxctty codvlail party Saturday night at cool Monte Carlo Cave. The. affair was a compli- ment t° Mr- nnd Mrs* A,bert Vnl* Mitlne and Mr. Travis "Wallace of Dallas. Fourteen guerts enjoyed the delightful affair. Belect bev- «$rcg03 were served from a brauti- fiilly* laid table which held as its central adornment a low bowl of (tartly carnations and zinnias. Dancing was enjoyed until the wee small hours. Many other en- joyable affairs have btyijfglren lor the popular visiters. • 4 « From Port Arthur Mrs. Pearl Trahan of Port Ar- thur spent several weeks in the city vWiting relatives and frieivls. While in the city she was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Hoss, 319 Fitzhngh Street. Kentuehy Visitors Mrs. Jauie Wagoner, Louisville, Kentucky, made a brief trip to the city last week to visit with licr brother, Mr. J. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 August 1936

> < .. • ■■ • FTTT.^. . , PAGE SIGH* t AN ANTON 1U KBU1STKK FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1936 +>*> ^Wins Scholarship PIONEER m 'mi white fc pi WINGS LX vUon Sins to, be w oUrBclive enooeh distract every ''she rseets E*ervUonan i NUvmj -j. , /./ IB pIoneer flour mills SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS / £HURCH NEWS i;VIMN(, CBAPKL CHIKCH OF CHKIST f Rev. J. I- Ramsey, Tastor The Youth's BiMe Claw is h;u- Jng some very interesting lessons fruni the book o! Daniel. The text for the evening service, "A New Creature,'* was enjoyed by all* The public Is welcome at Evening Chapel. BETHEL A. M. K. CHl'RC'H Rev. A. W. Harvey. Pastor Services were well attended throughout the day. The pastor preached two excellent sermons. At 3:00 p. m. Sunday the funeral of Mr. J. E. Towell was held ut Bethel. Pnsents were given to all those who attended Lenfroe. Every- one Is urged to vfrlt the Leapie on Sunday afternoon. Monday Bight all classes made good re- iwjrts. Wednesday night there will be a buffet luncheon give...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 August 1936

1 THIS F1KM A member THE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBEB OF COMMERCE sajsf Ajvtomo Register RIGHT - JUSTICE . PROGRESS YOO CAN'T BEAT YOUR REGISTER It Has the News While It Is News I'RICK FIVE CENTS SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, FRIDAY, Al.lil si1 28, ll):i(i VOL. 6—NO. 10 Claim Brutality Forced Chi Hotel • MurderStatement "Confessed" Slayer is Defended by Nat'l Bar Association swAirrcoAT' Say Conclusive Evidence ' Shows Vicious Third Degree,"Frameup" Hr The A««u rlatfd Nemo , , CCHICAGO.—Convinced ttiat i local police, spurred by three unsolved murder niys teries in white hotels, were attempting to make a Negro the goat, local members of the National Bar Association stepped into the llufo Swain case this week and found what they called conclusive evidence that Swain was being framed after be- ing forced into confession follow- ing hours of brutal third degree methods. Monday, Judge Michael Fineberg appointed George W. Lawrence, president of the National l!ar As- sociation, and Jerry Iirumtteld as co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 August 1936

I'A (IE TWu ANTONIO REG1STKK a'HIDAY, AUGUST 28, J03(i TEXAS COMMUNITIEf and SCHOOL KEWS I Karnes Citv News. I ' • Mrs. L. A. Mason cf ll;i<'rop, whn lias been visiting her sN •. Mr*. A. J,. Brown and family, :iml lirr brother and si«tor. Mr. an-l Mr; L. S. T ;iguo. left last Tu- day for San Antonio, Jourdant« wn mid Cliarloite where she will visit oih.T relative. The AN 11. M. S. met Satnrdax with Mrs. Teague prestnt. b au- tifnl lesson was taught by Mr-. F. ley Deacon Rice -md Mrs. Km ma Jones made remarks. The tish pond entertainment that was pwn by the mission sisters S.ittirl-i" night was quite a s;u- <•>-. Sunday ScIi.n.1 at th Pr.wi ?rt Baptist Church ojvned at e usual hour. Mi s Phillip- tan-' rla-^e^ | Numbers l and 2. B. T. > at r :00 l>. nj. w ith Pr« sid< nt Honst m pr< silling. Remarks by Mrs. s, J Trv- ing and Mrs. Teague. Mrs. Park- er of Flaeeus was a visitor. Miss !•'. L. Little of Flaceus witnessed the v ntertalnment Saturday nletr Mrs. R. D. K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 August 1936

riuim i, Auuuor" OfllN fllNMJNIU Hl'JUlS'l Kl{ fAGB THREE LLOYD SCOTT WINS NATIONAL NET TOURNEY ****** i^a—i— PrairicView College Star Blasts Way" Through Annual ATA Meet, Held At Wiiberforce University -sr ALSO INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMP W11 ?▼ V Easterners Bop Down Westerners, 10 to 2, in Annual DiamondClassic ILBERFORCE, 0 — Just like a story book, a bold champ- ion came from out of the West, to be truthful, the South- west, for this is the section of the country from whcnce cometh the new men's singles champion, Lloyd Scott, W-year-old stu- dent at Prairie View College, Prairie View, Texas the youth who won the major title here Sunday Ut the 20ih Annual Championships of the American Tennis Association. Scott, who wns seeded third In the tonv- npy, found his path liesot with many obstacles, in the s:>ml linnl round he defeated Nathaniel .Tack- son, the 1034 champion, who in turn had beaten his brother Frank- lin, the defending t'itlist. Scott's final round opponent was the LOUIS TO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 August 1936

'.I f l-AUbl FOUR tiAiN ANTONl(J KJSUISltlt tnllfAY, AUGUST ->9t 103C SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Uigbt, Justice, and Progress PUBLISHED rniDAl OF SAC1I WEEK B\ THE HF.G1STKH PUBI.ISHINO COMPANY. Ot-t'lCI 80* NOttTU CKN'IKB STHKKT rUONS CITIIBIIBAL 1TJ1 . • P <>• Bus 5:2 SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Entered .eoonrt-cla.« matter May t>. 1921. Hi -It ,„d,r A-t of llarcb 3. is:?. Advert sirs t nn furalttM on 1 year, 5 ■ ': 6 nwi.tla. ft :•>! ">gt« «««f. Je. Antonio, Texas, uuc request, inscription rates: *GO, NEW YORK, NATIONAL ADVERTISES BE PE ENT«TI VtS W B Jiff CO.. los anceles. ROCHESTER, KANSAS CITY AND IACOS. GC-P LU t. mica. VAI.MO C BELLINGER JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFOltU- U. J. ANDREWS J V. JAMES S. IV J ON ES — — J W HOLLAND -President Secretary Managing Editor _At!vi • islng Manager .Circulation Science, Arts *contributions inions or i THEHK MAY BE A JOB- For information concerning an- i nouncd examinations, apply to U. i-ntlng Editor j S- ciVU Service H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 August 1936

KKIDAV, AUUUST *8, i 30 ANTUNIU 1(£.U1 IHK PAGE KJVh IN THE SHADOW OF THE STARS 61/ ■ffbb&' U)al lace ftuNGKT MtNTAUST On TUE AneRCAH 3t/fle NOTE:—Your question will be answered FKKE in this column ONLY when a clipping of this column is enclosed with YOUK QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, BERTH DATE, nnd 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 Abbo Wallace, care of TIIE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P, 0. Box 372, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. C. J.—Please tell lue what is Wiong with my life auil l'aptfiness'i Ans: You arc afraid. You can never expect to make u success un- it :i you attempt something anil at least try. You must learn to have ■aore confidence in yourself auii not lean en others so much. M. J.—Will you please tell me why every boy I go with doesn't think enough of nie lo mnrry me? Alls: \ou cau l expect tier} buy la rill ia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 August 1936

■/ ./ PAGE SIX " SAN ANTONIO KEUISTEK P'KIDAY, AUGUST 138, 1938 t § o C II IE T ¥ Alamo City , Texas College President *«! €' L Activities u IB § Bobbv Charms Harlemites t 1)K. VN1) MK->. DOMINION K. Cl-ASS. whose marriage so.- tmnizi I Monday, August V\ 5u ^ _ ches, Texas, by Bisli p l{- A. Carter. Dr. Glass is pr< of T.*a- College in Tyler. Texas. Mr, Glasl wis the former Hiss Willie Lee Doro daughter of Mr. Campbell o£ N newlyweds are • ■ The East. They • Texas CoUege. ll.niston. 1*11, the noon ii: at home Lydia Circle Number Four 4 • U New n the \) L. I d i Unless >n that ji: i suitable illegal to yjtir per- will prevail." • present trouble Is with a reputed llpi meinl ■ A I1'. Night Iu Pari , •will c . n .; ih« near future The WIS uugbt l.y Mrs. It, 1. Harris. Mrs. I. L. Harris sau;: a tolo af:er the business session wis over. The hostess .served parnlwiclH'S and iced punch and cake. Yiaitors are alwftJ waWome. ••Mk- Ot > henchmen, 1 j : sorted lolllnjr ir i (. nial...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 August 1936

FK1DAX, AUUUST -a, ALAMO CITY BRIEFS tJAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVKM H AIR RIDE TO CORPUS Mr. Fwd a,1(' : s- Katella Tav- 80S Baft QuW«y< "• en- I ys-l an airplane trip I" Corpus ■ kr|8t| in tin> prlvaiely-owneil ami H crated ship of their omOlcyers. ■ light departure was made from liibnra Field. Krturn lo City Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene r.ell, Mvl r r3. Annie Whitehead, returned Siursdny frnm Brenham, Texa3, .here they had attended tlia fun- Ira services of Mr. Silas llilanis, he grandfather of Mr. Hell. ►— Hume After Visit Mr. ami Mrs. Horace Lee nnd ■lsters, MUses Wllaia and Carlcc Kvii'tHeld aro home after several ■lays' visit in Houston and Oal- lestn. They were accompanied fciome by their little nieces. Gladys B,<e and Oscar Marrier Bell of Uuuatoii VIlit ">rs Entertained Thirty gnr-its spent n ino.it en- Joyable evening Saturday, August 1.1. at the homo of Mr. and MrH. George C. Emhree, 1107 East Crockett Street, honoring Mr. and Mrs E. 0. Caldwell, Mr. ami Mrs. Dn vid ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 August 1936

'J PAGE ElUHi C5!\IN ain'IUINIU ntraigrEiit FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1U30 PIONEER WHITE rEf WIKGSkSj PIONEER FLOUP MILLS ' SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS - Fv^E^GrAT^S 1 Open for Engagements Ij B non a \|Ui(e Gives W hicn so j. couch rope he dcesnt knoco tohftt to do uJiih. it she's sure to kiiou hcu r>och it takes to oftke e noose.. CHURCH NEWS [(1 [lii 1. M *'• (Hl RtH Rev. I W Hiirvey, l'a^tor , was M< 1 J W. U u:. 3n dhc 4.11.1 IIHKA^I \\i st Gri A " 'ct P' Ch ir . ii. of 41. t. died ; services ive Hap- oftioiat- Uist View GIVENS, Mrs M M\Y Ui.HT BAPTIST ( III KOI Rev. I'. >• \N ilki"*011- Pastor , n.sl at t* ■m no. 527 1 °.iItalian Av. '1 Wednes- day. August i: . Funeral serv- i - Saturday A -list 2*J, at Ilastrop, Tesa- terraent In Community Cemetery there. 1? T. with the -"I" ; .• Mrs. W."- n ide 1 lH-r JOHNSON. Char!: 407 Milam nil , Kin '. dltfl A u 20. Fan- At 11 ml fr- ill c t.ap. 1 of Collins iok tin* Funeral Heine, lev. Williams • 11.'• ' ei-t in East i. At ened 1.2, HOT. J. THE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 September 1936

THIS FIRM A MEMBER THE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE San Antonio Register RIGHT - JUSTICE - PROGRESS YOU CAN T BEAT YOUR REGISTER It Has the News While It Is News SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1930 PRICE FIVE CENTS OL. 6—NO. 23 I I [National Baptist Convention Meets I n Jacksonville t ~ T ■ {Thousands Meet in Mammoth Florida , Tabernacle REELECTstaff Dr. Williams Would Have jjiate oi Confab Changed To Month of Octobcr By PAGE M. BEVERLY ■<l'nr Tim A.snrtntcil NrKro ''"'"V JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-With one of the largest gather- ings of colored churchmen ev- er to assemble in the United States, the National Baptist Convention, Inc.. opened its nnnual meeting here Wednes- day morning with Dr. h. K. Wil- liams of Chicago, national presi- dent, presiding. More tlmn 8,000 persons have gathered at the meeting place <lav ,nd night to take advantage of Splendid aeeommodations for which the local committee has drawn the praise of Dr. Williams. She site of the convention, a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 September 1936

# ;K two SAN ANTONIO KEUtSTEK TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS l-'KIDAY, SKl'TEMBfiR- 18, 1936 I Pleasanton News j Mr. John Monroe, mother and sisters. Miss (Irace Monroe and Mrs. kath? Willar d Huff. from (inry, Indiana, are visiting him and his family for an indefinite stay. They will also visit friends and relatives in San Antonio. Sunday School at the m. K. Church at the usual hour. The ciassts wore taught by John Jack j sun anl Mtes ltuth Jacksou. He view hy the superintendent. Sun-j day Sell "1 at l'leasantou Haptis: 1 Church w. s good. At the moi .ling; service, Rev. Mostly preached h j •splendid sermon from the : "I Have a Lawyer to l'lead My Case " It. T. s. on time with the president in chargi • At p. in. tie deacons took charge of the; prayer v-rvice nfler which the pastor, U > IW Smith deliverei mi inspiring message from the sub-. Ject: "Man Needs- A Savior". Mr. \V. T. Bolton was a visitor. Mrs. Bessie M Vfa and little grand- da tighter are visiting in San An- «tcni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 September 1936

yHl AY, BMPl'MMBBK U, mtt_ iouthwest Coaches and Officials Ass'n Holds Annual Meet in Dallas DALLAS, Texas—Approximately 80 football coaches and ' grid officials convened here Saturday at the Moorland ranch Y. M. C. A., for the fifth annual rules interpretation )nfab of the Coaches and Officials' Association of the South- ■est. Seymour Williams, Tulsa, who completed his second jrm as president of this group, presided at the three sessions, ollowing the initial business session, the arbiters were given standardized test on the rules—| le material being pullshed by the Dallas, \ice president. At 7 p. m, ANTONIO REM 1STElt *"= i'AGE THREE ational Federation of High cliool Athletic Associations with cadqnarters in Chicago, Illinois. During the second session, an lection of officers for the ensuing ear found F. A. Jackson of l'rai- le View State College lielng elect- d president and I1. D. Wliltted, of Ft.BlissCCCPlanslArkansas State Grid World SPORTS By r. M. DAVIfT - (For Tho Associate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 September 1936

# PAGE FOUU SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dcdicatcd to RiglU, Justice, and Progress PU0LI8DF.D FUl DAT OF SACH WKII UY THE REGISTER PUBLISH!NO COMl'ANV otricK sot north cicnthk strret ruomb cathedral IT'Jl . - P O. UOS 378 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS «AN ANTONIO «EUISTKK FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER If, 1939 Satered as aecond-clas. clatter May &. 1SH1. at tiie Post Offlco at San Antonio, l'eiaa, under Act ot March 3. 187S. Advertising rates furnished on nftucst. Subscription rates: 1 year, $2.0U; 6 monUis. $1.25; single copy, 6c. ■UIONkk ADVERTISING Htf tSE>lT«Tt tS W. B. l" CO- CHICAGO. NCW VO «. LOS ANGCL.CS, .OCWE.TXR, KANSAS CITT AND iAGOS. GOLD COAST, AFRICA. VALMO C. BELLIXGEli JOSEHIINE O. C l! AW FORD- C. J. ANDREWS- J. A. JAMES. — 8. E. JONES J, W HOLLAND 1'resilient ___Secretary Managing Editor _Advertisinc Manager Circulation ..Contributing E.iitor ALL NEWS MATTCH SHOULO BE IN OUR OFFICE S TUCSO T NOCN TO APFEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE NCWS MATTER MUST 0C PLAINLY WRITTEN ANO CI ONLY ONE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 September 1936

yillDAY, SEPTKMHKK 1H. 193B fiAN AlttONIO REGISTER « BE5«! PAGE FIVE -rr "3T % INTHE SHADOW lor THE STARS fy-flbbe' COallace IbuHOWT HewTAtlST C*l TUG 'WrRlTAM Sttfle 3f~ ili—£ -•X Jfc. Dunn, What happened, Nat? -X- NOTE:—Vour question will bo answered t'KEH in this column ONLY ^hen a clippinpr of this column is enclosed with youn 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 rcccive 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. yy j! X—I recently went on a trip, and when I returned I found things In iny home quite different. What step should I take to over- tome this changed alm'wpliero. Alls: MOVE out of the apart- tnrnt buildng that you are living In at present and your worries will he over. You are quite right In Kuspeetlng the young woman In ttie ap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 September 1936

WM— . ■HMi r' § \ jfAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER TOIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 19M § 0 € II IE T Y Alayno City Y. W. C. A. Notes With the first tang of autumn | In the air, couics a new z- st for : work and for better service. The j Employmont Department «e-openea Thursday, the 10tb. The Health j y.ilucatlon Committee w ill :uect ■ Wednesday. Sep.embev l'i_ a: * : ©einck; the Memiiershlp Commit- tee "ill nuet Thursday. September I 37 at p. m. l'lans for the Uirl ; serve sett.ns Up Conference are under way. D te for the oilier ; t-,iumltte«-s and for educational, ClasMt are K-ini scheduled. Han Antonio 1ms certain fundamental needs which I'ine Street Branch -1 meeting in a mo«t adequate man- mir. Even during tbe month vlion the Iniidinj? wau "nominally closed because of the secretary's vacation, thirteen different ised the auditorium and ins for meetings jiud for Lai purposes: a claf> for Keejiers was con- and a children's clinic v,„...... Thirty three were served tlir ugh the Employment ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 September 1936

tflUlM*,' SJSI'TKMBISK 18, I'JUIj BAN ANTON TO REGISTfcn ALAMO CITY BRIEFS Vacation Over Mrs. M. Norwood, 818 Nebraska, returned Saturday from Kerrvllle, Texas, where she apent a six weeks' vacation In the hilte. She reports a very pleasant visit. ♦ Hack from (ialveston Mrs. E. Slay, 131 Cactus Street, returned Sunday morning from Galveston, Texas, where she spent ii week visiting with relatives and friends. *— I Ally Izaak Walton Mi.cs Doris Sims, 415 Maverick Street, is spentKng a three weeks' vacation in Port Aransas, Texas, where she Is spending much time trying her hand at fishing. Return from Trip Mr. and Mrs. Hoiney Fentress, Me.-urs. Moses Waiters, Jr., Moses Waiters III, and J. E. CJardiner returned last week from a ten-day vacation trip in Kerrvllle, Freder- icksburg, Dripping Springs, Austin, Ilastrop. w>il Smlthville, Texas, whore they visited with relatives and friends. To Reside in California Mr. C. St. Clair. 814 South Cher- ry Street, departed from the city last T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 September 1936

PACK JS1UHT 6MX AINTUNIU KBRflSTSI* FKIDA Y, SEPTEMBER 18, W'Jfl PIONEER (Bj MWHITE Kr} WIKGSrf! PIONEER FLOOR >1IILS SAN ANTONIO TEXAS Eve's EpiGrATOS \ Tolk6 noy focesova - our conduct ^•vroVy,soc?®, • vv*i>^>TruU oj thei a*/ oion.. l/ot it« Voove. likely to l e> Oilt v. than-«| ©olden., /f= CHURCH NEWS ( III R(1I liKTHEL V M. I Rev. A. W. Harvey, Pastor Sunday School opened at 0 30 a. The paator preached from he, tenth chapter of Matthew, id ■ ^ (iiiliject, "A Stranger Seeks Jesus . s. vrral V-itors from Austin were J,,. -nr. Sunday wvnlB* Hie put- „r took f r h!s text. "What* On \,>ur Trail'.'" Sunday marked the [ Stewards' Dollar Money Day and t very member and board of Bethel | urged to follow In the paying I r dollar money. 1*u Monday the classes made fine re- Tnesday night the senior fill sing at the Alamo Metli- ;ltt (Lite jSktt&ato I Karotkin's Offers Amazing Values DuringFifty-FourthAnniversarySale t'HAKIKS. •t the Jepteml V' Ivarotkin's Furniture Compa...

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