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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 January 1938

riUUAI, .tAiNUIUll un" "I'l vmy IVUUIUI Mil rrvm, I College Awards Typing Wizard NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this colnmn nVf.V ifhmn trmt inrltirlfl n rlinrtincr nf thic rnfiimn art/1 ct'cn t/nirr quzszion win oe answerea rkilc, in ta: 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. Brad all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, rare of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 1598, San Antonio, Texas. 193S Astrology Reading Nov) Ready 1938 NEW ASTROLOGY' READINGS NOW ItE\I>Y C. C.—I am disgusted with life, and could commit suicide from this mihapplneiH. Tell lue what to do, and If this man will kill me If I leave? Ans: You have a right to l>e disgatdei'. Hut don't let It get you do *n. Tills iiiun you uiy nitli is somewhat of a "brute", and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 January 1938

«ux ll SAN ANTONIO KBUlSltlS FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1W9. I ■ m *r- § c T ¥ Alamo City c IL y IB s Activities ^ i MissSiiiitbieSiitton, Dr. C. C. Andrews Are Quietly Wetl IN the presence of members of the immediate families only, Miss Smithie Sutton pretty and popular young daughter of Piofessui and Mis. Samuel Johnson Button, became the bride of Dr. Charles Clifton Andrews, one of the city's most promis- ing and successful young physicians, Wednesday evening, December 29th, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lilian Sutton lUylor, 1738 Nolan Street, thus culminating a romance begun D. two yiMire ago. Rev. E. D. Dukes, pastor of West End ltapiist Church, performed the simple. l>ut beautifully impressive, ceremony. The young bride was radiantly lovely in pale green chiffon made along bouffant lines, its soft dia- phanous folds falling gracefully to the floor. She wore matching ac- cessories and carried an old | fashioned colonial bouquet of va- riegated garden blossoms from | ^ which fell ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 January 1938

wu&mimwm % *ir" • V&t nmrphk ilDAY, JANUARY 7, 19.1ft SAN SpTUNIO REUISTER ALAMO CITY BRIEFS Holiday Party Mr. and Mrs. Dummon, 128 Hol- land Street, entertained with a I dinner party New Year's nlglit. t Twenty gueflta were present The table wa« beautifully decorated with a low bowl filled with roses. Many games were participated In and enjoyed until a late hour. —-♦ Visits Daughter Mrs. Mary Thomas of Gonzales Is visiting hor daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Har- rison, 022 Refugio. Mrs. Harrison, who has been very III for some weeks, Is showing much Improve- ment. — Returns to School MLns Camllle Aaron, dnnghter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Aaron, returned to Tiiiotoon College, Aus- tin, Monday after spending the holidays at home with her parents. • Holiday Visitor Mrs. Lilian' Houston, re- turned to her lioiwfeuiiday after •pending a delightful Yuletlde with her mother, Mrs. B. Broadnax, 018 South Hacklterry Street, and other relatives and friends. Wharton Visitor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 January 1938

. ..Sfo kion-t V — unn ami'mo ((rjuiDicn^ FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 193fr J Great for every recipe, He successful lu jour halting, use -r% Pioneer Flour Pv*Wtt<t and fcrSSl Pioneer '™«-™ * White Wings Flour 4 PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTOMO w SShrt ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES THoushts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN' Evangelist of the Soi Texas Conference, A. Church est E. Another twelve months have polled iiit < eternity, and, through divine will, we are privileged to see in a vision the dim imaire of 1938, replacing receding 1937. K VPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY HOLDS 27th ANNUAL CONVENTION IN CLEVELAND, OHIO i |6. •*'r- T>i' gates to 27th annual meeting Insert, riplit. Judge ArinOn.l W. of Kappa Alpha l* i Fraternity Scott, Washington, who was award- held last week in Cleveland, Ohio. | cd laurel wreath, Kappa's highest achievement honor. Numbered 1i the picture are (1) Dr. C. Leon Wilson, Chicago; (2) Joseph A. Craigen, Michigan tjtate deputy commissioner of labor, Detroit; (8) K. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 January 1938

'Mm' ——... JH1S FIRM A MEMBER 'JHE SAN ANTONIO NEW OHAMBEB OF COMMERCE vol. 7—no. 41 ' ¥ ■ ' - SAJV A3VT03VIO REGISTER RIGHT . IUSTI SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, Official of Texas College Killed in Auto Accident a Twice Retired ]\TeSt Side 'Pay Pol Rally We Business Manager Of Cafeteria Mangled GETTING "LIFT iV i c t i m Crushed to Death Between Car, Tree r|i7LER, Texan. — Suddeii |1 death struck down the j'cung, widely known, and popular business manager — JUsper Smith—of the Texas College cafeteria last Friday, January 7, as the young of- ficial was getting a lift into town. The accident, which occurred at the intersection of Vance Street and the Texas College road, fol- lowed shortly after Smith had got on the side of an nutomobile to ride a few blocks down town. The machine, said to have been travel- ing at an excessive rate of speed, was following a street bus, which, suddenly and without any warn- ing, stopped, forcing the speeding car off the road, and Into a tree where Smith ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 January 1938

via? ■rfW*- f'WO 0A1* A. HOtti i ^ /\ AS GOMMUNITIE t iviunx, OAilUAllI I%r Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. whore she is still on the eick list. Rev. 1). M. Woodard will rt'turu to the valley with his sing- ers to ©pen a revival nt St. John Baptist Chnrcli for Rev. F. 1). Wilson. The ordination of a deacon will take plaoe Sunday afternoon at Mt. Olive Baptist. Rev. and Mrs. Kirk were iu an wction. automobile accident on their way Tro. p Oo was tht? ilrat registered . il0Itte during the holidays. Neither Negro scout troop for this section, I wa3 badly injured. or for the Gulf Coast Council, ac- cording to the Reveread Spurgtt>n Jay Mayfkld, e mmissioner of Ne- gro fcouts. and pastor of the First Congregational - Christian Church. The troop wo« organized by th- Ilarlingen News A recent survey reveals that many organizations are po ling their strength iu a determined ef- fort to upbuild the city and sur- rounding coram unity. Among these organizat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 January 1938

■'-'"y ffiSsSw*-;.; FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1936 SAf ANTONIO KEUISTJSK h BASKET ■riinEs\( SPORT RESULTS Friday, January 7. St. rctcr Clover 20, l'llillis Wheat- Icy 22. Tip Top Kotary 20, Central 20. (One extra period.) St. Philip's 30, Fort Ham Hous- ton 17. Monday, January 10. Porters 38, West End 12. St. Philip's 40, Camp Stanley 27. Tip Top Rotary 23, Phiilte Wheat- ley 20. Wednesday, ,'am'Ty 12. St. Peter (Saver 21, Porters 17. Humming Illrdfl 33, Central 24. Cnmp Stanley 31, Fort Sam Hous- ton 15. SCHEDULE Monday, January 17. Humming Ilirds vs. St. Peter Claver. Central vs. \Ve«t End. Kotnry vs. St. Philip's. Wednesday, January 19. West End vs. Phlllie Wheatley, Tip Top Itotary vs. Porters. St. Peter Claver vs. Camp Stanley. STANDINGS To Date o. W. I.. PCT. Tip Top Rotary— 7 7 0 1.000 St. Philip's 7 6 1 .857 PhllllH Wheatley, 7 5 2 .714 St. Peter Claver. 7 4 3 .571 Humming Birds— 7 4 3 .571 Camp Stanley— 8 4 4 ,500 Porters .. 7 8 4 ,428 Central — 7 1 6 .142 West End 7 16 .142 Ft. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 January 1938

t SOUK —TV dAN ANIII.MU IfpUISTKK SAX ANTONIO RKGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Kigbt, Joatiee, ud Progress PUBLISHED r H11) A T OF CACH WFFI UT THE TtF.OISTKIt 1'lIBf.lSUIXO COMPANY OFFICII 807 MIRTII CKNTKC HIMKFT F1IOWF. tATIIKIIII Al, |R| - - P. O. UOX l! S A.YtOMlO. |"K.\ AS Entered as second-claw mailer May 5. 1931, at the I'ost Office at San Antonio, l'ezaa. under Act OI March . Hit. AHeertu.it,* rate* lunilahed on f Jtmcnptlou rates: I year. Jl.llu; 6 months |L«S: «■«'• oopy, 6c. national ADvewneiNa representatives « a. lire chicaoo. mw iok LOS ANGCLCS. ROCHESTER. KANSA4 ClW AND lACOS. flO'.D COAST, ArwiCA. ALU NEWS WArrcn SHOULD be IN 3UR office BV TUESOAV WOON TO APPEA* IN Cusrent issue. news hatter must be plainlv written and on only om SIDE OF COP* SHEET THE WIGHT TO CONCENSE MATTES FM CONVENIENCE OW IS ItESSff VCD UNLESS SUCH MATTES IS PAID FOR VALAIO JOSEPHINE 0. CKAWFOUD. 0. J. ANDREWS J. A. JAMK.8 . Contributions Health Projects Do Mu v for Race Health Improvement ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 January 1938

f ltlUAir, JANUARY 14, ltf.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 (2Sc) 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, rare of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, r. 0. Box 1598, San Antonio. Texan. 1938 Astrology Reading Now Ready • c. H.—l'leaso toll me n« yon hart- others; my alcknwj la « puzxle. lltvr did I got it, will I get totter and how? An*: Your physical condition in a r-sult ot nwleet. I suKfst tiuit you undergo a complete medical rxaminaticik, including tilooi Ict-t, and it wlli be only :i matter of tlni« before you are Itaeli on your feet again. lYopcr iiiediral treat- ment is what you need for re- covery. 3. M. P.—1'jn 17, ami I'm keep- ing compnn? with a folio-,t about the nge of 10 or 41. Is h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 January 1938

iiHHHHHHHHIi^K u 'THE annual 'open house' and 'tea' given by the Progressive Woman's Club Sunday. January 9—for the benefit of the general public and the many friends, and organizations who yearly evince interest in the care and maintenance of Ella Austin OrphUnage was a delightful success, despite the in- clemency of the weather. Promptly at 3;30 o'clock, chairmau of the various commit- BAN ANTONIO o € T.Y Alamo Cit c L Activities Progressive Woman s Club Holds Annual Open House and Tea Christmas Month Bride members respective Mm mm . . . WE THOUGHT so Just as we anticipated < . . tho LULL ... like tlfe rainy spell ... is here . . . body and soul! . . , there seems to be 110 way of petting around eithf it s not so vedv bad at this st course of the game since for the the de most part & IB tees appointed by the president, Mrs. 0. J. Carter, to direct activ- ities, wore in their places, and fit this time Airs. A. E. Walker, chairman of the program com- mittee, introduced Revere...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 January 1938

VRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1938 SiIN ALAMO GITY BRIEFS ij Influenza r Miss Lucille Alexander, liopular young member of New Light Bap- tist Ohnrch confined to bed with influenza. Vacationing Here Mr. t'lias. Fennell, a,federal em- ployee, Washington, I). C., Is spend- ing a month's vacation in tlio city, visiting with his mother, Mrs. lillie Kennell, and aunt, Mrs, Zella phlliips, Refugio Street. < Motor to Houston Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson, 014 Iowa Street, motored to How- ton last week end where they visited Mrs. J-dinson's father, Itev. W. M. Mingo and other relatives, On returning they ' i>eut Saturday and Sunday in Weimar with Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson. They report a plensnnt trip. 4 Dinner Party Mrs. Lu<ille Miller, Corpus Christ!, former local resident was honored guest at a beautiful dinner party on January 4 at the rcsi dcnce of her daughter, Mrs. Ludie Johnson, 125 Boston Street, Mrs, L. M. Mitchell, hostess. Covers were laid for six. Mrs. Miller returned to her home Wed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 January 1938

.xJUL \ :>. -..4V"<''A «f) vj ijhk EIGHT Great for «very recipe. Be successful in jour baking, use Pioneer Flour and Pioneer White Wings Flour PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO iSSURtf are expecting each member to respond. Tb« men are at-ked for each and the ladiea are asked for 50c and up. Come and let's make Sunday a big day. Com,, to East St. Paul. -You are welcome. ST. JOHN BAPTIST Rev. T. E. Marshall, Pastor ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES Thoughts To Ponder Sunday School was well attend- In spite of inclement weather. Superintendent Holman and teach- ers were at their posts. At eleven o'clock the pastor preached a wonderful sermon. B. T. S. met at the usual hours. The evening service also was good at St. John. The senior choir sang, after which the pastor delivered a great message. Subject, "If thou had known in thy day the things which belong to thy peck". One r" aiMition. A welcome is extended , yo 1 to come and worship at St. John. 1 By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Evangelist of tho S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 January 1938

1 <■ "Mr: l'llIS fc'IKM A MEMBER JIIB SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE San Antonio Register RIGHT . JUSTICE - PROGRESS REGISTER GIVES YOU THE NEWS While It Is NEWS! VOL 7—NO. 42 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FHIIMV,.i AVIARY 21, PRICE FIVE CENTS "President's Ball" For Orphanage, Sure of Success Celeste Allen to Stage Floor Show as an Added Attraction Wires President With fire organizations cooperat- ing with I'M Beta Sigma fra terttlty for the successful presen- tation, on January 29, at the Library Auditorium, of the "Pres- ident's Bull"—an affair suggested and outlined by the Greek letter organization to raise money for the Ella Austin Orphanage—the ball promises to be one of the most outstanding civic projects ever at- tempted in San Antonio. Tlie purpose of the "President's balls", which are held throughoa the country, is, ordinarily, to raise money to endow the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation for the treat- ment of Infantile paralysis. Tne San Antonio sponsors of the first colored ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 January 1938

TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL lZ f j* 'W.., 6^r. JwSkfa* Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll-Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. mainly about people Mrs. Thelma Smith fell from tlie •econU story of a rooming house whore she lives on ftelden Street, She was taken to a hospital where X-ray revealed Internal injuries A young lady waitress here tried to commit suicide but failed in lior Attempt when she drank too much of the poison. Among last week's most dis- tinguished guests to visit the city mi^onlight Sunday evening ... A few of the regular fellows or'1 holding out on me. It was 3:00 p.m., when they found home, but they refused to tell the haug-out. Take It easy fellows. It's gosip I'm after and when 1 got it^ I shall pass it on . . . Flash. I just received a special notice that Misfi F. A. Crutcher is coming t<> town. For furtlier information see Joe Kllison . . . Mr. Othello Ura- te ry Interest ing games by Mr. Paul A. Thleme. So interesting were the games that the play period we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 January 1938

FKIPAY, JANUARY 21, 103& SAN ANTOOTO REGISTER ' - f - Tims* ~0 I, I STANDINGS To Dale a. w. lip Top Rotary... 9 8 rhlllla Wheatley_.8 6 St. Philip's 8 6 Bt. Peter Claver—9 6 Humming B1rdH.....8 Camp Stanley 9 Portera ... 8 Central —: 7 PCT. 1.000 ,750 .760 .6GG ,500 .444 .375 ,142 <125 .125 Wept End . 8 Pt. Sam Houston 8 RESULTS Monday, January 17 St. Peter Clnver 34, Humming Birds 23. Tip Top Rotary 32, St. Phlllp'a 2: Wednesday. January 11). tfheatley 43, West End 1. Bt. Peter Clnver 2t>, Oamp Stanley 23. Tip Top Rotary 2fi, Porters 131 SCHEDULE Friday, January 21. porters vs. Fort Sam Houston. Central vs. Fltlllis Wheatley. St. Philip's vs. Humming Birds. Tip Top Rotary Downs St. Philip's for Straight Eighth League Win ATTENTION 1 SUBSCRIBERS! Your carder i required to pay for YCTT* paper each week IN ADVaNCE, IMeaso ■eo that your bill Is paid promptly tri order that he can meet tbe rules of the office. Clark U. Quintet Takes Tuskegee TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala.— The fa«t ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 January 1938

f THE KF.GISTF.R PITBMSHITVG COMPANY OrriCR 207 NORTH CRNTH* 8TREET PHONE CATI1KDKAI. 1721 - - P. U. BOX IS3S 8A.\ ANTONIO, TEXAS #■ - ■ Entered a* Mcond-claM matter M-.y 6. 1931. at the Post Office at San Antonio, Texas, under Act ol March X. 1579. Advertising ratce furnished on requeei. Subscription ratee: 1 year. $2.00; I month*. 11.15; single copy. 6c. NATIONAL AnvCRTtaiNS RCPRCSCNT ATI VCS W S. Ttrf CO.. CHICAOO. NEW YORK. LOS ANOItlS. ROCHCaTCR. KANSAS CITY AND IASOS. COLO COAST. AFRICA. ALL NEWS MATT** SHOULD BK IN OUR OFFlCt BY TUtfiOAV NOON TO APRKAR IN CURRENT ISSUS. NIWI MATTER MUST BE PLAINLY W"ITT«N AND ON ONLY ONE •IL>E OF CORY BHEET. THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER ROR CONVENIENCI OR SArKTY IS RESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTER IS PAID FOR. VALMO a BELLINGER JOSEPHINE O. CHAW FORD- C. J. ANDREWS 1. A. JAlfttt — CELE8TE ALLEN W HOLLAND _Tresident .Secretary Mansflng Editor ^Advertising Manager Circulation Manager —Contributing Editor THE "PRESIDENT 8 BALL" 4 PROJECT deserving...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 January 1938

'.W jfRIDAT, jANTTAftr ill, i',138 ' «■, . aAT( ANTONIO KEGF8TKK rrr j NOTE:—YOUR Question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your full name, hirthdate. 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. • r Brad all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, fare of THE SAN ASTOMO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 1598, Sao Antonio, Texas. 1938Astrology Reading Now Ready H- E. B.—Ia my faithfulness to this young man in vain? Does he really want tills thing to Iwtipen he go often speaks of? Will he ever again attempt to ilo the thing he did laHt spring? Ans: Your faithfulness will not be rewarded with the prlne you so greatly desire. Circumstances will prevent the fulfilling of this dream. Ho really doesn't rare one \C*y or the other whether the Mill!' he so often speaks of actually takes place; he Is only...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 January 1938

■HMH XX SAN ANTUN1U KKU UJTJ5H FRIDAY, JANCARY 5n, 193$ saturday 35' JAN. 29 35' <):()<) - 1:00 a.m.4 for the benefit op tiie ella! austin orphanage "PRESIDENT'S BALL l1brarv auditorium BOOTS and his BUDDIES ADMISSION 35c I o 1 c Ei IE T Y Alamo City CLUBS Activities Lonely Girls Social C lub Tlu; ii Tan Not Ai. M W. g was hold on Du- with Ml** Ruth and as hostesses. Meet* •ii to order by Miss r. A brief busiuess held during which it*s was transacted, ling will tx on Gibbs Lillie Smith and ; hostesses. Daughter of 1\ V. Hospital Head Gets Car for Graduation Primrose Social Club The club met Thursday night, January 1.1, with Mrs. Maggie Mc- Fadden as hofitvss. The meeting opened with the president, Mrs. L. V. Hawkins presiding. After the regular business sensEon tin? members joined tln*ir guests and were served a delicious salad course. Games were played through- out the evening. Mrs. J. M. Franklin, wife of the superintendent of the Prairie View College hospital, and Mre. Mary...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 January 1938

' FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 193& OH IS AlVlUiNlU rviLlilO I CJit dteVEif. o Charges— < , ' • a; There Is no charge for items appearing in the "Alamo City Briefs" columns, for church and club reports, for social Activities, or for general news items. The one requirement for publication, is that all material MUST reach the office of Ban Antonio Register, 207 North Centre Street, Post Office Box 1598, NOT LATER than TUESDAY NOON. Register retains the unqualified reservation to edit material as it deems necessary. There is a nominal charge for cards of thUnks, "in memoriams", announcements, and similar material. Kind- ly call Register office, Cathedral 1721, for verification of any prices that you might be quoted. And Register solicits, and is eager to publish, your club, church, social, and personal news. ALAMO CITY BRIEFS SUGAR HILL BABY The Harlem Hell-Cat Gets Her Man' A Modern Novel tofHariem Life1 PjlMfPl!* BY IRWIN R. FRANKLYN Copyrighted by the Author <F Motion Picture Versi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 January 1938

. ; • JETOHf caw arrruwiD heoistbi* rmDAf, .TANTJAKr 21, fW Your favorite Grocer always has a fresh supply ot rfiSSSSj 10 Pioneer and Whits Wings Flour &S&A . * Ul* , ' i —' richt prices j PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES Thouslits To Ponder By MBS. M. A. GOODWIN' Evangelist of the Southwest Texas Conference. A. M. E. Church To (he many sail hearts: ¥ pray that the Comforter may bind up your wounds, aittf that His innce may be with you more ami more abundantly. EAST ST. PAIL'S CHIRCH of superintendent A. B. Lyons. At eleven o'clock prayer service wai rendered by the prayer band after which the pastor presented Rer. H. L. Price who si>oke from the eubject, "This Gospel Witness". B. T. S. opened at the usual hour with the president of the adult union in charge of the program. At 7:30, a fervent prayer service was held after which a short pro- gram was rendered by the young people. The pastor brought an- other wonderful message, subject, "The Perman...

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