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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 March 1937

JCilil'A Y, MAltCrt 12, i-J.il ban ANTOnio I'jit "TT" w M1K SHADOW Of THE STABS By-Abbe' Ida I lacs VouHfiirst McntaiistOi Tue American •ft & "if NOTE:—Your question will lie answered FREE in this COKHECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE IiHI'LY send twenty- five cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FllEK ADVIUE ou THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to A Mi"! Wallace, care of THE SANi ANTONIO REGISTER. P(UT OFFICE BOX 372, SAN AN'fONIO, TEXAS. I. M 8.—Do you think tlint \yi l'hlllis Wheatlcp Hi«h School,* TI|m «wit .hack-to the levoo. Top Rotary, St. lVter Cluver, and St. Phillp'MiSach team lias won, during tlio last half Of play, five game* and lest tw. , giving each j u percentage of .714. - ..... . Humming Write played a game South Memphis and rescued their' * ' Home lucky colored men were noticed by friends who took word to their white employers, and tHpfc from seventy employers drove all the way to. thousand. !'•< Clu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 March 1937

// /•AGE SIX •SAN ANTO.v|° t<|j-U'S"J'' S 0 c IE T ¥ %ir Alamo Citv tivities • vv* Fluf)AY, MARCI1 12, 1981 ♦0# IB 1 Alamo Iliijn "ii'l -™- yjimmie L. ° rgess-Sam Shaw il'i- JllS Nuptials at Pretty Ceremony At t'ls Home of Bside's Parent Hiimood Nuptials l« K. Haywood i 1! Dr.M.L.Preacher 1 P. V., Tyler Mo I>r. M. I.. Preacher, widel.v-1 local physician, departed *an Antonio Monday, to In- qpHUKBDAY evening, March 4, amid the beautifully deoo- A xtvted roc: : ci palms candelabra, and pink and blue cr.rnn- assembly held at prnirte • cf M W C. Burgess, 1739 Nolan Street.! March , 10, u, ami the t tions his daughtc-r, their marital Misses A V; -Ut" Jimmic L ii-iii, z. Ki v, hich Miss i ' . • Samuel Shaw repeated ,^!1^ f,""ual ,mcelV* "f «>••• ■ rubcrculosis Association at Texas Friday and s.i 1 L Hall sang '' Calm As the i nc Ray sang "Until". SanUmiansAttend March 1_, 13. I)r, I'rcic ill "t s io w is well represent nnnual affair of the • -1 ( lb in Austin, liy night, with man...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 March 1937

. „. ;rw ■ • 7 ItlDAY, MAHC'll 12, I'JIi/ ■Kajf—I h < i' SAN ANTONIO KJJ'JlSTEIl a agE TACK SEVEN FLATS By CELESTE ALLEN Aunihiuii Lincoln—wist' mail he i once B.'ihn "You can fool iiiio of tlio people nil of tlie time, iill of the people sonic of Hie time, nu you can't fool nil of the people nil of, tlie rfW." Tlie management IUX55 Theatre, San An^ojilo's show house,;., piiop^iitioned our* truly Uuroguril to being ndd 10. the statf, i.sp l'vi; glven_ tip ili: "ghost" and gone. KIT/A'; Rilz Bringing Top Attractions To Neighborhood In keeping with their promise of bringing San Antonio show go* < rs flw best in the eutertnlnipont jleld, the Itltz Theatre, San An- tonio's nil-race show house pre* rented, the past week, "Pennies From Heaven'', featuring: Bing Crosby and 1X)n|s Armstrong. The response given this feature ■exceeded evOn tie fondest hopes Qf the management, It being found necessary to return it for un e.xtra day's ruii, and proved that San lAntonio will support a race...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 March 1937

hi 3 >• i ¥ f auk eiu11t fiftM ANTONIO REGISTER . ' 4 v/ friday, marcn 12, 1HT r CHURCH NEWS PALESTINE BAPTIST Uil'Rl'H uf the city. Dr.- Jackson will preach. A very unique program Kcv. A. A. Hill, Pastor With all nu mbers of the church working 111 accord to the pastor's plans., many improvement.' have i-.-eii made about the church. The s.-n loads of jrravel placed on the yard have made it possible fori has Ih'Ou planned and a large con gregation is expected. Kastcr morning, at 4:00 o'clock, the pastor .will preach on the sub- ject: ".Meet Mo". At 0:00 a. 111.. nd choir, under the spon- pas JBoj sorship of Mrpi. Hosa Upton, will serve m delicious Kaster breakfast. At Jl a. in., will be the exercises by the children: "Way of tii • Cross". At 8:00 p. m.. the senior choir will present a Biblical pag- eant entitled, "In Joseph's Gar- den", which will conclude the serv- ices of the day. Monday night the rally, "The | Women versus the Men" will I pulled off. Sunday, March 11 ; symposiu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 July 1937

sap?' IMBfT :?i* ^wm 3 — TU1S rum A MEMBER THLHS SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE S an aktomo Register SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDJ IY, JULY 2, 1937 Two Killed, One Near Death in Chi Hotel Battle Night of Gaiety H % in Free-for-All Fight on Steps of Hotel ), The Aiaoclatrd *«ro Fr« CHICAGO.—Following a night of gaiety at several night clubs •nd cabarets by a party of friends, •ml climaxed by a visit to the Platinum Lounge In the Vinrennes Hotel, an argument, begun in the bar of the Lounge, early Friday morning, developed a little later Into a death bottle on the hotel jteps in which two men wore kill td and a third ttabhed in the lung, Riven only an outside chance io live. The dead are Curtis Mcltey lolds, a hotel employee, and Em- 31011 Tucker, both of Chicago ana the injured innn is Drtscoli Jack- Bon, night manager of the hotel. Accounts differ as to the details of the double-slaying, but C. t- (Pop) Lewis, proprietor of the Lounge and his wife, Mrs. Ellaa- lM'th Barnett-Lewls, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 July 1937

I'.MIK TWO x TEXAS Karnes City rsewsj Little Velnia Mae Rok-rts of Mathia arrived in the city last Monday, tlw j?t est of her brother • nd sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Robert> anil other relatives. Rev. atitl Mrs. A. J. Johnson and daughter of San Augelo, Mr. J. ff. JHsdell, Mrs Josie Watson and son, C L.. motored to Corpus and Alice last Montlay. They were guests of Mrs. Josephine Tisdell aud family, sir. Willie Johnson fell accidental- y last Wot In os day and rracked two ■>f his ribs; he is resting nicely. Rev. A. L. Johnson and daughter, Lestlne, Mr. A. "Watson and daugh- ter, Gereline. aud Mr. Rnsenburg were the supper guests of Mr. and Mrs 1,. S. Teague la<t Thursday. Rev. A. L. Johnson of San An gelo preache 1 at the t'linrch of God here last Friday an I Satur- day. The H. M. S. met Saturday afternoon with President Teague in charge. A beautiful lesson was taught by Mrs. H. D. Johnson and remarks by Mrs. Harvey. Miss Coiine Clara Etta Williams left Saturday for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 July 1937

rHIDAf, JVLit 2, 1881 SPORTS INTONIO REGISTER IP fAUE TIMES r By F. DAVIS f?n The Afioclatcd Negro Preni) THAT LOUIS-BRADDOCK FIQHT CHICAGO.—It will be mnny day before you Bee a light as j nearly perfect ns that fought by Mr. Juaeph Lout# Barrow, of the Alabama Barrow«, In lifting the heavyweight crown from the brow of Jflmes J. Braddoek at White Sox bast-hall park last Tuesday night. Joe made only one mistake, anil that was In the first round when he Bat for an Instant on his bloomers. When he returned to his corner, after the frame ended, Juek Blackburn gave him hell. The old master had warned the great young fighter of Jimmy's reputation an -ah upper-cutter, and told Joe that If they got Into a clinch to let the referee break them. Louis forgot, and pushed Braddoek away him- self. As they broke, Jim's right shot upward, and landed on the challenger's jaw. Joe went down, but actually It was as much from being caught off balance and slip- ping as from the blow Itself. But after Bla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 July 1937

SAN ANTONIO lit 11.-T KK •AUK f'Olllt SAN ANTONIO KKUISTKK k Publication Dedicated rc (tight. Justice, and Progress Science, Arts Opinions Contributions Editorials KltlDAY, JUIjY 8, 1937 puHUsnsn rMiftAV or « cn WKK* TITF. RROI-STKI? !MJItl.lSIII\f? COMl'ANY OFFICII 207 NltHTil CRJT1MR VtWKF.1 PllONK CA rHIIIHIAL 17il I P O. BOS I?a SA\ ANIONIC IKXAS eu.ervO at second •ctn* matter May ft. *931 at the l'o«l Office at S«n *ntu"ta Vnxtkm. under Act of Murch * 1875. Advertising rales furnished on •guest. 8\itMMTtpi!oti rate* I venr fi.UU; 6 month* $1.26; tinRle copy. 6c. ATIONAL *OVH*TI®IN« WCPWEStNT ATlvt <* • CCw. CHICAGO. LO* 4NGBl.fl. ROCHKtTIR. CITY AND I AGO®. GOLD COAIT. >11 «W M«rTi. .WOULD Be .N 5U orr.ct BY rut,OK- NOON tO """ -UB«EN1 ISBue NIW « TTE3 MUST B PLAINLY WBITTIN «NO ON ONl ON! • lot a> COPV SHEET f ME SlOHl TO COH^NSE M.tTtR TOR CONVENUNC, OB • AF1TV 19 ntaenVED UNLCS# UCH MATTER 18 ''AID row. IA1.MO a yOSEl'HINK 0. J ANDREWS J A. JAMK8 8. a JONES J W HuLL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 July 1937

ritlDAY, JUIjV 2, IU.ll OftN AfrUNIU ItKUISIKIC f'AOK PIVTl NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your iul! name, birthdate, and correct address to your letter. For a "Private Reply" ... send only (2Sc) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope tor my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive return mdl FUSE ADVICE on (3) Questions. i Send all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER. P. O. Box 372, San Antonio, Texas. A. K. K.—What should I do In ! regards to cashing In an insurance jolic.v on my adopted child? They lon't have her handwriting or ;ould I uso someone olsct Ann: Don't take a chance of this kind for a ineusly amount of money. No, you don't have the rifTtit to casta this policy ill. Vour adopted daughter will g t in touch with you at a later date rrgM-ffing the policy; until she does liolil on (o it. U L.—Please tell ine If the ball player that I am in lo\e with Is still going with llila ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 July 1937

PAGB BIX flan aNTONIO SOCIETY Alamo City ISTEK FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1MT II u IB § Activities Hi-Y Girls Club An interesting mooting was hold during which plans were made lor a program for the young business and college girls. An interesting talk was made by the assistant manager of the Ritz Theatre after which the manager of the ball team presided over a joint session ot the Hi-Y and Girl Reserve groups. As a result of the meet- ing Kitty James was elected cap- tain and Carrie Estelle Littles, as- sistant captain of the 1037 team. The team is in action each Thurs- day afternoon at the Center. Doro- thy Taylor says "For my news, give me the Register any time. Nathaniel I)ett Musical Club On June 12 the club met at the home of Mrs. Eula Charlton, 514 Vorth Mesquite Street. Business of Importance was discussed after ,-hich a dainty repast was served. The next meeting on June 20, was beltl at the home of the president, Mrs. A. M. Embree, 1107 East Crockett Street. After a brief business cess...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 July 1937

mrnmm ritlUAY, JULiY Z, ilM'l SAN fTONIO REOTSTER Alamo City Briejs j Visits Family Mr. Harold F. Vanu ot (he 8u- romc On mp of the American Voodiuen, Denver, Colorado, It In lie city visiting with his mother, Irs. Artelia Vann Hughes and . inilly, 1200 Florida Street. Prior j t taking employment wl'b the | Voodmen, Mr. Vann was for six ears an instructor in the corn- lerclal department nnd bursar at ainuel Huston College, Austin, 'exa£. Takes Kxam Mr. Olbo Wool ridge, 1211 Cash Street, left for Austin, Texas, Tuesday, where he la to gturi.v pre pnratory to his taking examination* for the bar. =3 To California Mrs. Grace P-itterson Kin? and lisa Myrtha Washington left 'hursdny for Los Angeles, Call- i>rnia, where they will spend a lonth visiting with friends. Improving Mrs. David Crisp, 630 South Pine Street, is reported improving after several weeks' serious ill- ness. North Side News KENWOOD bills, and his drum setup resembles Sonny Greer'* (slightly). At fre- quent intervals, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 July 1937

>d\ < IwJB- l*AUB EIUKT oSAN ANTONIO REGIS (treat for every recipe. B« iue cesjfuJ la your baking, uae ft r9 l&njKJs © t5s®*i Pioneer Flour mid Pioneer White Wings Flour PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO. Church News GRANT MEMORIAL A. M. E. Rev. Jas. Valentine, Pastor Sunday School was well attend- ed. A wonderful lesson was brought hy the pastor at eleven o'clock. He u*ed for his subject •'Welfare of Others'*. At 3:30 p. m., Rev. W. E. Gates delivered a iplendWl sermon from the subject, "Prayer". A bnby contest was also held. At 6:30 p. m., the League met and refreshments of punch and cake were served. At 8:30 the pastor preached from the uubject "I Will Be Satisfied." A large congregation was present. You are welcome at Grant. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Rev. G. F. C. Curry, Pastor the contest. Mrs. Clara Williams mopped up In this contest. The church school was well at tended; the pastor mado a talk to the school. At the eleven o'clock hour he brought to us the second of a se rles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 July 1937

yma firm a , MEMBER THE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE san Antonw Register RIGHT - JUSTICE I- PROGRESS THAT'S LIFE TIk minute ■ veteran pedes- trian (ret# behind the wheel of iui automobile he sheds respect for the hoofers just as a wage earner lose* sympathy with his old mates when he turns capi- talist. (VOL. 7—NO. 14 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAI/ ■ ,Tl)IiY 9 ^ PRICE FIVE CENT, Pickens Declines Presidencyof estern Univ. V Feels His Duty to Cause Of NAACP to Be the More Important *y The Associated Negro I'resa DETROIT, Mich. — Although Dean William Pickens was elected last week to the presidency nnd superintendency of Western Urt- Tersity, at Qulndaro, Kansas, he will not accept. The message noti- fying the orator and publicist of his unanimous selection by both tho Kansas state authorities and the bishops of the A. M. E. Church, both groups haying control of the school, reached Pickens during the annual National Association for the Advancement of Colored People conference which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 July 1937

MUI TWO e>~8 aNTOKM EQISTEil TEXAS COMMUNITIE > Tnd SCHOOL NEWS ✓ ■ ■ ■•■w, '< FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1937 Corpus Christi ST. PAl'L METHODIST R. L. Talmer, Pastor All service! were good ou Sunday m l a large crowd attended Coui- flunion services at night. The fol- owng young people will accom- Kiny the pastor and Mrs. U. Bold- ji to the Sunday School and Ep- rorth League Dktriet Insiltute of v v t ,«i uaM In ' also attorn! til ho San Antonio LMsirici neia in i _ jeguiir Johu T. Edwards, Beatrice Jart, Ilcssie Booker, Louis (ilpsou. | has five Rrandohildren, all of this city, and a host of friends She | resided with her daughter, at L'21* I Bluntxer Street. Harlingen News j F1KST CONGREGATIONAL- CHRISTIAN CHI KC II Rev. Ma> Held Returns The Reverend Spurgeon layrteld. pastor, returned Triday iiMrning July 2. from the mnual Youth Conference held at King'* Mountain. North Carolina1 June 17 to .'10. The Rev. Mr. May- j leld - filled his pulpit at all serv-1 ces Sun lay. July 4. spe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 July 1937

< > fl I I J4 r> t ■V <• I rniUAr, juui , i oi AM'UNIU KEU1STER PAGE THKEf Woodruff Sets New800-Meter Mark At National A A U Meet-Negroes Sweep High Jump, Cop Broad Jump „ _ ,. I the broad jump at 24 feet, 10 Inch- MILWAUKEE, Wis.-As is customary, sepia stars of field es to ,/roak (be Junlor rccor(1 set and track cUme in for their share of glory, points, and rec- ords last Saturday at the annual running of the Amateur Ath- letic Union's field and track meet, held here, in Marquette University's stadium. The incomparable, giant striding Johnny Woodruff from the University of Pittsburgh, and 1936 Olympic title holder, scamp ercd his way to a new meet record In the 800-meter run, negotiating the distance In 1 minute, BO sec- broad Jump, with Johnny Urooks, Olde Tymers A. C., Chicago, leap- ing 24 feet, 9V4 inches to take the onds, doing away with Charlie second. Beetham's (Ohio Stato) record of 1 minute, 60.3 seconds establish- ed last year. The high jumping event was com- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 July 1937

«*r 7 rAUB f'Ol'K SAN ANTONIO KMilNTKK A Publication Dedicated to Kight, JiutiM, and i'rogrea rubm^bko thidaf o* raci1 wekk bt THE IIKOISTHH ITKI.ISIIIXfl COMPAMY nrric* tin miuru caNina sthbtt pbonk r*i'iiiciin t it i ■ - r a. aoi ni HA \ AiVIONIU. ITSXiS Entered as second-class nuttier May fc. '1*1. al tl* t'o.1 Office at San Antonio. I'esas. under Acl of March 1 S7 . Adwrtls'n, rate* furnished on raqnvaL fl-jftacrtl'tlon rates I year. |ii-U0. 6 months. 11-25; single copy. &C. NATIONAL ADVERTISING RCFRISEN7 ATI VE. n ■ IIF, CCK. CHICAGO. NCR "OmK LOa ANGBLES. ROCHESTER. KANSAS Cir* ANO IAGOG. COLD COAST, AFRICA ALL n£WS MATTER SHOULD be IN 3UR OfflCE .« tuesoay NOON io ARREAR IN JoRREnT ISSUE NEWS HATTER "0" « rc lnl. written and oh onl oh. side or cop* sheet the right to CONDENSE hatter tor CONVENIENCE OR gAFETV |g RESERVED UNLESS SUCH HATTER IS raid ROW VAL1I0 C UEI.LINUEIt- JOSEPHINE U CKAWrOfRD 0. J. ANllltliWS- J A. JAMES 8. B. JONES — J W HOLLAND President Seere'ary Mana...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 July 1937

I* 1 HUDAY, JULY tf, l*37 i.. 1 r r <JAN ANTBNIO KROISTBR paoi rivi NOTE: YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY wben you include a clipping of this column and sign your full name, birthdate, and correct address to your letter. For a "Private Reply" ■ • ■ send only (25c) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FREE ADVICE on (J) Questions. s Send all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER. P. 0. Box 372, San Antonio, Texas. M. E.—I have been leading Jt 1!, your cloumn for some time. I want to know If my hoy friend Is going to get another job soon? Ana: A person an Industrious a* your boy friend will not long be without work. More liiau lieinu' in- dnstrimis, he is fully capable of bottling most any kind of job of- fered hint. His enforced idleness is •nly temporary, and will not last ■ore than another thirty days. 0. M. M.—Tell me if the girl that I used to eorospoml with cares for me or n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 July 1937

rauE a la «AN &NTON 1<1 REGISTER FRIDAT, JOLT % MM! 0 C II IE T ¥ Alamo City * IB § Activities (fen'CentS'an'Hourl Waiters "W«1f{ Out Visitor from New England MRS. W. SAMP- SON BROOKS, the widow of th« lote distin^rii shed Bishop W. fcamp- Bon Brooks of the African Method- ist Episcopal Church, who, in J company with Mrs. Phoebe Douglas of New Bedford, Massa- chusetts, and Mrs. llosalie Smith of Boston, and chauffeur, recent- ly motored to San Antonio to spend three weeks in the city as the guest i and B i s h o p k * earn on : o s eittHGS tend limsteriul for tlie st Texas conferences. >ks and her party vis- sii'tiu; centennial anni- tlic A. M. K. Church held In Mem- went to I'aul Texa«, where bishop spent many laboring for the chooL After vaca Mrs. Brooks and will motor to Fort Worth, where Mrs. Brooks will at- the annual meeting of the ting was \Y. here, National Association of Colored Women's Clubs from July 26 to the 31, after which the group will mo- tor back to the N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 July 1937

in W: v FRIDAY, JUliY 9, 1937 SAN A -11 ITONIO REGISTER TAOE SEVEN [ Alamo City Bricjs | Stop* Over Mra. Ora A. Kitchen, of Victoria, fciaa stopped over a few days last iveok en rout* home from Ibe Ma- • ionic Grand Lodge which met in Wort Worth, Texas. She was a 'siieit in the home of her broHier- In-lsw and slater, Mr. and Mra. Shirley Cliff, at 139 North Mes- qulte Street. Villi* In Victoria Mrs. Fannie Cliff, l.'S'J North M«aqult« Street, left Saturday to ipend several days vllltii.g with rel- atives and friends in Victoria, O'eias. El l'asn Visitor Mrs. F. W. Cole, 101 1'aso, Tejias, returned Saturday after spending a week In the city visiting with lier mother, Mrs. Kannle Williams, 113 Oimos Drive, and other rel- atives and friends. She reported a very pleasant visit. 1 Week End In Austin Mr. and Mrs. Jack llatchell, Mrs. Winnie Barnes and Mr*. Ardella Robinson motored to Austin, Texas for a "spend the day party", Sun- day Riven in their honor by Misses Ima and Willie Mae Harn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 July 1937

r *£■ page Eruirr Urral fot every reeipe. IJe luc ceasful In your baking, use ji? Pioneer Flour and Pioneer White Wings Flour W pioneer SAN mm FLOUR MILLS ANTONIO. Church News GRANT'S A. M. E. Rev. Jas. Valentine, Pastor Sunday was a big day at Grant. We recorded the greatest attendance in our history, with plenty new faces In our Sunday School. At 11 o'clock, the pastor preached from the subject, "Walk- ing With G d". Wo had a good number of visitors present. At 6:30. a very fine meeting: of the League was held with our president, Miss Eloise Alexander, presiding. At 8:30, the pastor cnine before us again with a burning meesaee, the subject being "The Wonderful Je- sus". Friday night, under the man- agement of Mrs. Neal, we are plan- ning '"The Great White Throne". Come and enj >y a big time. (OKI NTH BAPTIST Rev. W. R. Myers, Pastor Sunday, July 4, was a spiritual- ly high day at Corinth. Sunday School was largely attended with all officers posts. An was present evening service...

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