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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 July 1937

FKIDAr, rfllt.k mi, 1:1.11 SAN NOTE:—YOUR Question will be answered FREE in tb. ■ column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your full nsme. birthdate, and correct address to your ietter. For a "Private Reply" ... send only (2Sc) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for r.:y new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FR2E ADVICE on (3) Questions. Rend all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER. P. O. Box 372, San Antonio, Texai. L. G.—I lmve • cusp r.ow pond log. and I want to know it iny law/or is o. k. by nie? Will !t ever be called 1 Am: Tlio cw ivJ1 coots up within till' next few we-elii. Your lawyer is eoiiis lo do rvcn tliiiir IhU be i'an to have Uie can- turn our favorably for ysu. Just du as lie tells you. L. I>. X.—Do j'on think that inj liurtciml ii going to harm me. and Vrt it wise for ine to rewuiii where I am? Should I depend on tills other man ? Ans: Your husband isn't (roinir to harm you, but lie is rory upset aver y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 July 1937

mgl v PAH* 8LA BAN ANTONIO FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1MT § © of row- white San Antonio Girl is Br ide OfDallasMan DALLAS, Texas.—Miss Mary E. , Jones, Of Sail Antonio, Texas, the ■ Jalighter ot Mrs. Lena Jones Ken- ledy of that city, became the bride, last week, of Mr. John Edwards j t a ceremony performed at the iome ot Mrs. Ada Bnxey, 3815 State Street. The impressive mar- riage lines were read by the Rev- trend E. A. Henry, assistant past- >r of Good Baptist Church. The bride, who was given in uarriage by her mother, was •harming in a white alencon lace town, designed on fitted lines Kith a V neckline and long, close- Itting sleeves, puffed at the shoul- ler. Her illusion veil was caught !o the head with a coronet Drange blossoms and white buds. Her bouquet was of roseimds and delphinium. Following the ceremony a beau- tiful reception was held. The table Kas laid with a white fillet lace tioth, decorated with showers of white rosebuds and lilies of the ralley. At one end was tbe wed- d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 July 1937

niiUAir, jubv au, jay/ SAN Alamo City Briefs j Mr*. Ijtiic on Trip With Bum Hlerlns drlvln*, Mra. E. L. Lane, and d.iugbter, Miss A daw I.atie, 203 North Ventre Street, left Saturday morning, by motor oar, for Jacksonville, Texas, where Mrs. Lane will visit her mother, Mm. L Lester, and friend*. From Jacksonville, the pprty will continue to Houston, IVxus, where they will visit for several days before returning to the city. To Corpus Mesdames T. L. Baron, Kin in a Jordan, R. M. Perkins, J. J)Uo«, Lois Oreen and babies Alcene Joidau aud Lois Perkins, left Thursday morning at 4 o'clock motoring to Corpus Ctirlsti. They will return orer the week end. i Recovering from Surgery Mrs. Mabel Briley, 504 North Ilaukbcrry, who, last Saturday, un- derwent an operation at Medical and Surgical Hospital, Is reported to be satisfactorily recovering. 1 Visitor* Return Mrs. H. l'\ Vnnn and little son, Hansford, Junior, left Monday for their home in Denver, Colorado lifter a pleasant visit with Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 July 1937

paq* kiuht SAN ANTONIO UE3! Great for ever; recipe. B< sue- ees.il ul In your baking, use Pioneer Flour and Pioneer White Wings Flour # PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIU. Church News BETHEL A. M. E. Rev. A. W. Harvey, Pastor Sunday School opened at the flsual hour and a very interring lesson discussed. At the 11 a. m. service, a splend- id sermon was preached by Rev. J. M. Johnson, the brother of the late Rev. s. J- Johnson. His tex was taken from the 42nd Psalm, subject: "The Heart's Yearning for a More Adequate Re- ligion". The message was very im- pressive. One member was added to the church. Sister M. A. Good- win assisted the pastor in the morning worship and Rev. Worm- ley from the Northwest Conference was a visitor. At 8:00 p. in. Sister A. L. Fos- ter sponsored a very beautiful and unique entertainment called "The Ten Virgins". A very fine program was rendered, consisting of solos and music by the Senior Choir, a lovely talk by Mrs. Elders, and the march of the virgins hold...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 September 1937

THIS F1KM A MEMBER l'UE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAjyUUlK OF COMMERCE Satv Ajvto Register right . justk j • progress OUR OWN NOT SO BAD If all our misfortune*) were j laiil in one lieap, whence every one must take an equal portion, ] most people would he contcid to tal>e their own anil depart —Soe rates. [VOL. 7—NO. 22 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRI SEPTEMBER 3, 19:57 Pullman Porters Get Pay Increase Notice at Confab Convention at Chi Hears Porters, Maids Get $12 Per Month Hike § My The Associated Negro Freil CHICAGO —I' u 11 m n n porters from all over tlie nation here In attendance at the convention narking the twelfth anniversary tt the founding of the Brother- hood of Sleeping Car Porters, heard the Joyful news Wednesday that the ebmpany had signed on agreement boosting their wages, and that all I'ullman porters and maidB would get a flat Increase of $12 per month. The agreement Involves a total Increase of $1,250,0(10 per year divided among 12,000 employees Including porters, maids, car wa...

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

/ V - 'AUK TWO SAN ANTONIO KiSUl^ :« TEXAS Corpus Christi | j Pleasanton News | — — — — ——:• . r^.——— —<• I'IBST l OM.KI't; vriONAL- CHRISTIAN CHURCH \Y(Tl) Services Olwerv^l Spi'cial services were held at the First Congregational-Christian Church, coruor of Winnebtigo aiul Waco Streets, In observance of the educational campaign of the Womau'ts Chri«ftidn Temperance Union, Sunday, August 21), accord- ing to an announcement made by the Reverend Spurgvon Jay May- field, jkiator. "A riank (vf the Moral Plat- form" was the subject used at th Miss Katheriue Williams of San Antonio was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Berry Pullnm last week. Mrs. llessie McVea left Sat- urday night for York town for an indefinite time. Mr. and Mrs. .1. 11. Walls nnd Mr. Takes of San An- tonio were visitors Tuesday afrer- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Collin Ureen and children and M ers, all of the Alamo City, were visitors at the home of Mrs. Dura Jackson Sun lay. Mrs. Jo*e>piiine Walls is on the sick list. NYA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 September 1937

FRIDAT, CBfTJSJVllSlsn o, ivst Joe Outpoints Farr to Hold Title H— ■ " " ■■■" ■ ian awrt/Niu fucuurrisn KAUK THRBB Battling Welshman Goes Limit With Champion NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.— Monday night, at Yankee Stadium, before 36,903 sur- prised spectators, Joe (the Brown Bomber) Louis suc- cessfully retained his very re- cently won title of heavy- weight boxing champion of the tvorld, by taking a well and a hard-earned,' though unpopular de- cision from Tommy Farr, game, stubborn, determined Welshman, champion at the British Empire, irho swarmed Into Joe, from the opening gong to the final second, taking everything that the champ- Ion had to offer, and giving a whole lot In return. The tight went the full scheduled fifteen rounds. There was not a hint of a knockdown throughout the battle, although It looked as ihough Joe had the challenger on the vergo of a knnekont In the seventh isand. But as the Welshman's knees sagged, and it appeared th.'iit Joe might make his usual knock- out kill, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 September 1937

fAUB FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A PublicatioD Dedicated to RigUt, Juitice, and i>rogr« pcblubsd rbidi of lien wkkk at THE RKOISTF.lt PURT.ISHIN(> COMPANY OFFICR ai)7 NORTH CENTRE 8THKET PHONE CATHEDRAL 1781 . p o. BOX 873 SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS ' matter Ma, &. I9JJ. *1 ih. Post Otflc. at San A.I."* l.xa., unrtar Act of M rcti J. 1I7 . Ad ,ru«n raw, furnlah.u on wqo<a,t. SubnerlplUm rate.: 1 y«ar *2.111; 6 month !.«; «„«!. cop,. Sc. ■ational anvcRTtaiiw aEPKiacNTtTivn v . ■. vrr co.. chic oo7 ~c >o «, lo. won.!!, hocmi.TIB, « „•« city and lagos. ooltj CO.ST. afpica. matter should o« in our ornct s< tuiio.y noon to appsar in a™ j? u,tt« «« t « plainly writtin ano on only oni COPV SHEET FME right TO CONDENSE matter por convenience or lAfSTY is nESERVEO unless such matter IS paid pon. VALMO a BELLINGER JUSEl'HINE 0. GKAWFUKD 0. J. ANDREWS 1. A JAMES 3. W HOLLAND -President -Secretary Managing Editor -Advertising Manager —Contributing Editor FEWER PARADES A NATIONAL fratern...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 September 1937

ffllDAY, SBflBMlitsit a, 1M. I NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when 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 (3) Questions. Send all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER. P. O. Box 372, San Antonio, Texas. E. Ta N.—Would it be a wise Idea for me to go to my daughter, or does «lie need mc? Ans: She need* you more right now Hum she hu ever needed rou; yoor daughter is quite ill and wan is jrou with her. Try to ■rriuiiir to go to her just as soon as you ran, and stay with her until she is well on the road to rreovery. V A. W.-Bolug a reader of your column I would like for you to tell me if my hnstiand is tell- ing me tlie truth? What should I Jo? Ans: He is AFRAID TO TELL YOU A STORY, for he is well aware that you wou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 September 1937

7 l-AOB HIS. BAN ANTONIO HSTBR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER I, SOCIETY Alamo City Honored H(jb W. C. HANDY 3y The As«oe'at«d Kfjro Prut. ST. LOUIS, Mo.—Before (in au- dience of '2,200 persona Monday night at Washington Tabernacle Baptist Church, W. C. Ilandy, famous composer, was honored at the six-day convention of the National Association of Negro Mu- sicians by the local branch which gave hiui n plaque in memory of bis famous "St. Louis Blues". Over .7) local musicians of both races *e In the audience. \£ter receiving the plaque, •v.ich bore the Inscription: •Achievement Award to the fam- jus composer, IV. C. Handy", the !4 year-old musician was eur- •onnde! by autograph inkers. BVr over twenty-four years, the St. Louis Blues" has been popu- ,ar throughout the world, and is still going strong. It was publish- ed in 1911, fcn sold nearly 1,."00,000 copies and brings in nearly $20,000 a year In royalties and radio and movie rights. This number, written after his bitter experience with the "Me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 September 1937

fltllMV, SEL'TKMLil-vltAlim (9AN A (TON fo REOISTEB PaUK s«en f"~ ALAMO CITY BRIEFS Yacutlou Over jlr . Thomas Moore, -tWO West p(>|,iar Street, returned today from «0, Angeles, Oalltorula, where she Jpent «ix week* visiting with her brother-in-law, Mr. Charles C. Fo- ley and other relatives. Return- ing slie stopped for several days In Fort Huachuca, Arizona, visit- ing with Serseant awl Mrs. Hor- I xiiii She reported a fine Umo an J I'l itKiny pleasant hospitalities during her visit. I 1 Attends I'linenl Mrs. Louise Mead, 125 Eiim Kings Highway, returned this week from Edna and Victoria where slie spent ten days visiting ■with relatives and friends and at- tending the funeral of her uncle, Mr. John Washington. She was accompanied lioine by little Miss Bernlce Jones who will remain here until school opens. Recovered Mm. Route Exehh, 913 West French l'lace, is practically fully recovered from an attack of ill- ness that kept her confined for, (our months. Fine Trip Mrs. Helen Wal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 September 1937

M ■ ■* ■ mr - page Eiuirr flfvrt AJN'lUWIU rtBOi :ek FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER a, jgtf •I for ererj recipe. lit iuc- eenuful to your baking, use >■ Pioneer Flour and Pioneer White Wings Flour PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO. Church News Thoughts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Astlxtant Pa*tor. Bethel A. M. E. I'll arch Humility is the most beauti- ful garment in which a Chris- tian can be dressed, (iod Him- self admires it, and takes up His alxxk' with the pers n who wears it. Paul choir participated In the pro- gram and a very fine entertain- inent was enjoyed by many, Mrs. U. M. Perking, president of the cnolr, read a very interesting pa- per giving US the significance of "Vesper Service". At 7:4"> p. m., we again listened to another timely sermon by the pastor from the sixth chapter of Matthew, "Jesus, the Helper of the Helpless". There were two ac- cessions. Miss Dorothy Ford was guest soloist of tlie evening, an added attraction to the already splendid service. Watch for the "Pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 September 1937

• ' . • -i I93T nstee wnat THIS FIRM A MEMBER >y : . '• * TEE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Antojvw Register RIGHT . jySTII PROGRESS FOR KOI.I.ICItl KS Teople wlii arc aJi\ay« hul- leriiiK about their hard lurk should *tv a throat S|H<ialiilt frequently so a* t« be in good trim nlien mil misfortune conies Along. VOL. 7—NO. 23 = SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY.) 11 I PTEMBER 10, 3937 PRICE FIVE CENTS Plane Brings Recorder of Deeds to Santone Shown above la Dr. William J. Thompkins, Recorder of Deeds of the District of Columbia, Washlng- tcn, as h« rilght, September 8, at the Library Auditorium, his subject be/tig "Or- ganization and Its Bene! lAJ Speaks Today p Recorder of Deeds Columbia Tells 'Want Some of tie World' I District of steners to Opening School Enrollment is Far Under Last Year- Figures Show 423 Fewer Students c In Public Schools than at Similar Time in 1936 SEES OPPORTUNITIES IN TEXAS Nationally Known Dem( That the Negro ] To Tay His Q\ t>r. ThoiJipKlns' appea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 September 1937

y :'AI!B TWO MB ■5T FHIUAV, SEPTEMBER 10, 1037 < TEXAS COMMUNITIE Corpus Cliristi The Hevfrtnd Sim rveon J ay llayficld, filled bis pulpit at both ervices Sunday, St*pteml>er 5th, 'How Christ Mak<* Life Easy", vns tlie subject used at the morn- ing hour, ami "Turning Death Into Life", was the theme, based )« Matt. 11"My yoke is easy, ind ray burden is light", and John 10:10, "1 have come that they may have life, and may have it aband- intly." Holy Communion at Evening Hour "The Man Who Was Not Tnere" wa« the subject used at the eve- tting hour, based on John 20:20; 'But Thcmaa, one of the twelve, called Pidvmus, was not there when Jesus came." Following this message ..he Lord's Supper was administered. MAINLY ABOUT PBOPLK i:> (amdl Mr. and Mi>. Williams of Slhton Stopped in at a local club Sunday to get cooled off ... Max Hooks and tile boys she wed them how to handle that cotton in the Labor Day parade . . . Plenty uf Spin- ach, says Max . . . VeKon Hand- all, direct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 September 1937

FRIDAY, SEFfEMBKK IV, 1937 ANTONIO KEUISTKK TAUB THItKl Ay t. M. DAftt" I Fer Th Aiioctaw# r«n{ WHY KICK ABOUT THE FARR FIGHT? CHICAGO.—Why all this fuss because Joe Louis failed to knock out Ti>mmy Farr of England In fifteen rounds at Yankee Stud Una a week ago Monday night? It ■coins to me the best thing that could hare happened because: (t) It showed the champion Is *l>ie to step fifteen rounds against a foe who constantly curries the fight to hlui, when a lot of boys tb light the Brown Iiomtier Incap- able of lasting that distance at top speed. ' (2) It proves Joe Is the most skillful boxer In heavyweight ranks today. Before the bout, Farr w;n painted as the ablest boxer exist lug, with the best left hand In the business. Ijouls bested the Welshman at his own game, that of Jaliblng and blocking. (fl) It Insures big gates at fu- tnve fights and places another gtropg contender alongside Max F- iiim-llng. Now that the experts have !wn proven wrong again, the public will disco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 September 1937

nGB rouR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Bight, Justice, and frogrea pcuLisHito rmtut or urn wkrk bt THE RF.filSTKIJ PUBI.ISHIiVG COMPANY OFK1CK 207 NORTH CKNTRR KTItKKT PUONK CA niK OR AI. 17111 . . P a BUI 8 73 KA,\ \ \'l ll\ It). fKSAS " «ecot,d-cl„ mauer Ma, s, 19*1. at u>. Poet Office «t San Aatonto. r*xaa. under Act of March X. 1871. raqueut. Subscription rates: I Advertising rates furnished on >ear. I2.U0; t months SI.16; single copy, 6c. "O"" «""" *« ■'.-F..-T.T.V.. . CO_ vo„ *-°* >NS'L" "OCHtrrm. CITY AND IAGOS. eOlD COAST. AFRICA. ALU Htm MATTER IHOIlin m IN OU« OlflM BT TUI50AT NOON TO APPCAH IN Sm. £ 1"UE' NEW* MATT" "«« « WP,TT«N "°r o° r,'7. ort OF COFV SHEET. THE BIGHT IO CONDENSE l ATT*l FOR CONVENIENCE 00 l« RESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTER IS FAID FOR CONVENIENCE OR *AFrr* VALMO a JOSEPHINE 0. J. ANDREWS. 3. A. JAM ICS 1. W HOLLAND. BELLINGER 0. CRAWFORD, .... - Secretary Managing Editor -Advertising Manager —Contributing Editor "IEND A HAND" X'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 September 1937

VllfUAY, SKPTKMBEIt JU, laa? Dies in Crash SAN ' AfO NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column ytd 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 (3) Questions. Send all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER. P. 0. Bo* 372, San Antonio, Texai. C. B.—Please advise me If I should try to keep the apartment I liave? At times I foel I Bliould give It up, tben again something urges me to keep It. Kindly ad- vite me. - An«: Use every reasonable means at band to keep (lie apartment through tlie coming winter. Al- though It seems hard at times, I'ou can do bo. However, if you I And the strain unendurable, or , If it heroines necessary that you Jcny yourself common necessities, then give it up. Such won't be Ihe case. M. O. B.—Is tills fell...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 September 1937

If PAUH HEX BAN amUNIU KB piSTBK I i § o c ETY Alamo City Activities Rev., Mrs. Brent HaveHouseGuests Rev. and Mis. W. 8. Brent, Worth Pino Street, have as their house guests Mrs. Battle Brent of On roe, Texas, mother ol Rev. Brent, ami Miss Marie Washing- ton of Houston, Texas. Mit-s Wash- ington Is a member ot the Nation- al Association for the Advance- ment of Colored People Youth Council and a sophtmiore at the Houston College for Negroes. The visitors have been the re- cipients of many charming social courtesies while here. They rlau to leave for their homes Sunday, September 32. Santonians Attend Nat'l Baptist Meet Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Brooks left Monday night after a very success- ful muslcale in Seguin, to attend the National Baptist Convention la Birmingham, Alabama. After n few Jays in Birmingham they will vis- it in Washington, P. c> New York City, Bridgeport, Connecticut, Providence, Rhode Island. Boston. Massachusetts and throughout th* Saw England states. They will re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 September 1937

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1(1, 11)37 SAN I) ALAMO CITY BRIEFS , Piug Through City Mr, >d Mrs. Willie Wllllauw of Houston, paused, through the city last week en route to San Fran- cisco, California, Suit Lake City, lltah, and Denver Colorado. * 1 U Marriage Announced . and Mrs. Andrew Carr have iifioUDced the marriage of their ikjughler, Pcarlle Mae, to Mr. Eu- gene she^pard on August .'to. The mnrrlage took placc at the home of Her. D. M. Jackson who pcr- torwed the ceremony. IJireiki Visilors Misses All co Phillips, Eddie riillii|M and Eddie Mae Harris ami Messrs. Ike Mitchell nnd Nullum Jones spent Labor Day in the Laredos the Misses Phillips hav- ing been house guesls of Miss Jliirrij and Mr. Jones, the guest or Mr. Mitchell. Alamo City Visitors Mrs. Azalea Bradley and niece, Vssle Maile Brewer of Houston, lient several (lays in the city vis- ting her sisters, Mrs. F. IS. I.ott lud Mrs. Eona Lacy. Party Honors Visitor Mi. and Mrs. Horace Duffle of 1730 W«S Laurel Street, entertaln- od...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 September 1937

0 jV PAUK EIUHT UrwU for every recipe. B« ue- cessfid In your bikini, dm Pioneer Flour t-v«*«/,v Pioneer White 6 Wings Flour PIONEEP. FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO. tSBS&i Church News congregations will be with ue; namely, Kev. O. A. Heslandes, Rev. W. M. Ellison, and Her. J. P. Alexander. We are asking of each sister $1.50 and of each brother $2.00. Let each member do his part. Come to East St. Paul, where •fellowship and courtesy aw&it you. ROSK OF SHAKON BAPTIST Rev. R. J. Martin, Pastor Thoushts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Never consider your>elf dressed except you have on the pinmnt of sanctification, the royal robe of Christ's righteous- , and the cloak of a blame- I " conversation. MT. PLKASANT I5APT1ST Rev. L. E. Brown, Pastor liool at 0:15 a. ni.f (superintendent and leir ; each class 1U wi' en wc ■r after the lea- The Blue and cntne to a close irtl winning the Sunday School opened at 9:30 a. m., with Sister B. M. Moore, superintendent, in charge. Tiie school was l...

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