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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1938

WTfiAT, "APTtTTi 15, 19H5 fcAN iNTONTO KEGTSTEIl ffvn i. I NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your lull name, birthdate, and correct address to your letter. For a "Private Reply" ... send only (25c) and a sell-addressed, stamped envelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. 0 ' ' Hrad all letters to: AllBE WALLACE, rare of TI1K SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. IIot 1598. San Anlonlo, Texas. T.—I left the city ami <¥ K. L. came to my home town, and I can't get work here. Tell me what to do? Am: Return to the city lust a* soon as possible. Your chances for good employment are much greater there than In a sr.iull town, and all your fnrnitiire and personal belonging* are In tlie city, no you really have nothing dctlnltc ahead In the small town. M. I!. K.—Am married and have three children ranging from 12 years to 3 months. I need mrdical care very badly, and 1 ju...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1938

11.s. BAN ANTONIO KBOISTEH 0 € ! IE T Y C L U Alamo City Activities FRIDAY, APRIL li, IB Brilliant Vocalist Pays Santone Visit UFS, Louise Burge, Kr.oxville, Tennessee, was a charming -! 1 and very popular visitor in San Antonio, last week, the house guest of Miss Ruth Bellinger. 518 South New Braunfels! Avenue, a long time friend and former school mate. Miss Burge, a visiting professor at Arkansas State Col- lege. is also a concert ortist cf renown, her remarkable ability, dating back to her early cli; dhcod when she was considered n rt of cliilil r • i . Sne. l e-1 ae.laiuied. She lias given por- her m i- rti.KMtioti, at r.n J f„rmanc.,-s at the white Hou^e. l oth during the administration of i \ President Hoover and President rap del the voice couraged 1 ; «>f Kno.wil this talent. led to in ami was •s and fr re to d< c •utlcmic Studies :il Know I T4*. she W.'iS S- • etnl Ui to travel wiih tl ie Km.xv l< :e M>xtett<* whi ch sang out thirt.v-six >t:i if < ami C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1938

I'kipaT, Aran, i.r , nj:!b SAN ANTONIO HBOISTER Alamo City Briejs Hminionlmn* Visit Mrs. JobI« Roblmoii «ud ehll- flrcu, Joule Wilma, Judson, Jr, and James, Houston, Tcxim, spent two doys 111 the city visiting with their mother uml grandmother, Mrs. A. K. Leonard, 1430 North Zariamora Street. They returned 'Thursday. 1 ■ - Itlrtliday Tarty Mioses Jatil<. Woods and Mary Johnaon entertained Saturday eve- ning, April 2, with n surprise birth- day party at 707 Arbor I'lace, com- plimenting (ieorge Dllworth. Pant- ing and card playing .were on- Joyed throughout the evening, after which the guests were served caudwlclies and cocktails. The j,;irty was continued at favorite night spots. Twenty-Ave guests were present. Birthday I'mrty Minnie I/Toy Davis celebrated Iter twelfth birthday Sunday, April ]1 at the home of her mother, Mrs. K. 0. Maikey Among the guests were: Ilobert EnrI Collins, Sarah j^oe Johnson, Johnson, Annie Cbeatman, Alfradn Woods, Dor- othy and Margarite Hamilton, VI- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1938

m EIGHT SAN ANTONTO REGISTER 4 I TOUR BEST FLOUR £ sf <CS& O J3SJR- Pioneer and Whits Wingt Flour o> a*. t >wiu | MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR. MILLS SAN ANTONIO 7:30 wb^n the senior department ot tlie church *111 protein another (splendid program. JONES CHAPEL M. E. Rev. 11. 0. MeCutchlii, Pastor Sunday School opened on time, Tlie eleven o'clock and night serv- ices Here fine. The pastor preach «'d for both services. I were well attended. The Twilight Banquent given at the church April fe was under the auspices of I Mrs. Hofia Robinson. Jones i'hapel*6 doors are always open for visitors. Lighted Cross". Tlie public is in vited to these meetings. BETHEL A. M. K. (HIRCII Ret. A. W. Harvey, D.D., Pastor ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES KIKSI BAPTIST Kev. 1). >1 r Thoughts To Ponder By MRS M. A GOODWIN We flock. worW. stork wind. \ ch art- the poor of the the nothing of the a little less than h «r ifX^rr hut our i* in God'« hawi Kirr or *airr c—ml de- Suiklay School at 0:30 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1938

It*, ad- mi 3 p i? " k IV ett th- at- flr. en, oi> ne, *! JCl n, spt le- nt on of a. REGISTER cuvbs you the news While It Ii NEWS! san Antonio Register RIGHT . JUSTICE • PROGRESS X HEAL JOB You cannot stop people from thinking. The Job is to get jorne of them started. vol.8—no. 3 BAN ANTONIO, TEXAS FHID vV, AI'KII/ 22, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS Santone School Board Fails to Elect Teachers Register Gets Statement from Board Member Who Blocks Action In San Antonio TUESDAY afternoon, at a stormy session of the San An- tonio hoard of education, election, for the ensuing year, of all Negro teachers, was postponed on the insistence of Attorney Jack R. Locke, newly elected board member, who declared that "responsible persons" tod expressed "much dissatisfaction with the staffs of the Negro schools , J. Chester Cochran, superintendent of schools, had recom- mended that nil the teachers, col- Race citizenry •red and white, l e reelected. When Mrs. E. L. Lewis moved that the iiiperintendent'R ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1938

TWO i- 8AM AMtUN'IO ItKCIj'iiilt aite jitufATT, APRIL, 1935 TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SGHOOli NEWS ■ " - ■ -■ ■ — -— V — - - v J+jfi,'- - 4iimZ~S~> tilk*. r*+ Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. INTERSCHOLASTIC MEET Citi awaited : at Prair tor* -holn: meet is « u- i orpiu ,.f n dnr i he fool 1 Fish, in iho 21.1 a second in th male quarte ford, Greeuw son won s< second in iu Wallace woi being State ( pious. rd da e 44<> . con xiiow that fir Ml MKM.nd iliac *h. 'Pippins t«>* yard da^h. T! iposed « f Cru'. I In W id. rd E. A. Paule, Prof. W. C. Johus- ton, Sisters A. M. Conn toe, M. Low is, L. Stoon, I*. M. Johnson, H. Lyarels; brothers M. 0, Smith, A. I). Nobles, J. Low is, L. II. Brooklus and V. Tor tor. The Macedonia Baptist Church choir, Rev. A. X. Simmons, p.istor, presented an Kaster eantata, "The hi> darling daughter, i.uvenla He#iirreeiion Morning" nt Ave llulh • • • Mr. J«. Hurt on ,:yt oelo(k K<st(,r lo a ,.IW 4b| KMSI.T Is Jtu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1938

JRTDAY, APRIL. 22, 1038 Ark. Tracksters Cop Annual Meet With 68 Points-Bishop 2nd By 0. J. CHAPMAN f)INE BLUFF, Arkansas.—The fifth annual track and field ' meet of Arkansas State College was held on the college hthletic field here last Friday and Saturday. April IB and 16, with Arkansas the winner of the college division and Merrill high school of Pine Bluff taking the high school croup. Bishop College, Marshall, Texas, was runnerup to Arkansas. Stephen Salisbury was high point man for the meet. Salisbury represented Arkansas. BAN ANTON'TO REGISTER THREE James Carroll of Corbln high school, of pine Muff, Arkansas, was fiigh point man for the high school division with 13 points. Ballabury scored 18 points. Arkansas garnered u total of 68 points, Bishop ran second with <'>0 points, Wiley placed third with 21 points and Prairie View was fourth with 11 points. The events, winner's name and college, time and distance are listed below in the order of their finish: COLLEGE DIVISION ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1938

FOUR BAN ANTONIO iKUISTEK rniDAY, APRIL, 22, ISM SAN ANTONIO REGISTER P A Publication Dedicated to Bight, Justice, and Progress 'il PUBl.lSr KD HMD At Of BACK WKRR BY THE RKOISTRR PUBLISHING COMPANY OFFICII 807 NORTH CENTO! NTnKET PH- PI105E CAT1IKUKAL 1721 - . P. O. BOX 1308 r* SAX ANTIINIO. l'EXAS Entered at Mcond-clan matter May 5. 1931. at the Poet Ofnce at San Antonio, l'exaa. under Act of &!arch 8, 1871. Advertising rate* furnished on request. Subscription ratee: I year. |X.0U; 6 montha. fl.Sft: single copy. 6c. NATIONAL AOVf^TISINO REPRESENT ATIVRS W 8. IIP* COH CHICAGO. NEW *OH«. LOS ANGCLKS. ROCHESTER. KANSAS CITY AND l.AGOS. SOLD COAST. AFRICA. ALL NEWS MATTER SHOULO BE IN OUR OFflC« SV TVESOAV NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE. NEWS MATTER MUST St PLAINLY WRITTEN ANO ON ONIV ONE SIOE OP COPV SHEET. THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE M ATTBR f OR CONVENIENCE OR SAFETV IS RESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTrR IS PAID POR. VAI.MO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINB 0. CKAWFORD.. D. J. ANDREWS J. A JAMES J. W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1938

FKIIJAf, AI'JIIIj, ias OAJN ANTUNIU KKUI8TKK .1 - . i ib iii m.1 F'VR T ^ X * UJ R L L A C .G— 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 sell-addressed, stamped envelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FREE ADVICE on (J) Questions. ' Send all Idlers to: ABBE WALLACE, carp of THE SAN ANTONIO BEU1STKR. F. 0. ISox 1598. Sail Anlonio, Texas. M. A. P.—WUnt Ik the trouble | I * with my brotiier? I he weak- minded, and Is there n change for liini? Ans: Nothing Is wrong with your brother's mind; it is true, that lie is easily INFLUENCED hy the people that he cares for, and this is the trouble right now. There Isn't anything that jou could do to relieve the circumstances, so try not to worry about it. S. L. M.—Who Is this mysterious person that puts money in my locker each day? Ans; One o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1938

*1* 8AN AWTUNiO UEU ISTliat FltLUAK, AI'Ullj, 0 c E T Y Alamo City c Activities L LI IB § Catholic J i! n i or League's "Kiddie Revue" Thursday Finishing toui'lu'6 nrc now bclns applied, ami everything nvar* n iullno8« for <i gala presentation of the Catholic Junior League'* Kiddie Hi vue, which will be staged next Thursday evening, April at eight-tifteen o'clock, at the li- brary Auditorium, southeast corner of Haekberry and Centre streefc. Tin dhow is compiled of thirty talented children whose *<kit!\ and dances nre defiinf \y out of the amateur clns^. T.ie performance, which is expectcd to be one of the best ever to be giv •« in the city by children, is for tlio Jm m lit of the scholarship fund of th< organization. high lights of the i show will !w the ballet*, "I'lanta- tion Swinging in Rhythm", and I tlir Big Apple. m- the tinal« Mi** Helen Conrad, senior at' Oar Uid.v "f the IJtke t'olle^e. If lUftractnr of the dancing group-', mid has lieen assisted hjp Mrs. KillII 1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1938

i'KIUAy, AI'UIIj, 22, l!K(S SAN ANTONIO KBQISTEJ* SEVEN Alamo City Briejs In Hospital Mr. Julin Slpney, Coctu« Htrct, teteran employee in the Southe.n pacific simps, who hits lioeu con- flneil for some time by lllutss, 1h now reciiperutliis In the company hospital in Houston. To Hfsido ill Houston Mrs. Clarence Wilson, formerly Miss Ermu Lee Glenn, left Frld ij- for Houston to Join her husband. They will reside In the Bayou City. Wed Secretly It was learned last neck that Miss Zora Knapp and -Mr. I. <i. Watson were secretly married 011 March 8. They nre at home at 1205 Morales Street. Encased Mr. and Mrs. Amos Cruse this week announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ullle Mac Cruse, to Mr. Nolan J. Zumelt. The wedding will take place August 11, IMS, at Antioeh Baptist church. Instiraiire Men Here Captain J. A. SKintleld, and Messrs. H. L. Ford. 8. A. Bracken, V. A. l'endergrnff, I). M. Mcintosh, V. C. Williams, ('. II. Johnson, M T. Johnston and J. I,. Booker, members of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 April 1938

EIGHT SAN ANTONIO RBOISTEK KKIDAY, APRIL, 22, 1IU YOUS BEST FLOUR $ M Pionear 10 and Whit# Wingi Flour Executive Board, Women's Auxiliary of Medical Association, Meets at 'Skegee MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLQ.UR MILLS SIN ANTONIO ACTIVITIES ot the CHURCHES I Noughts i o Pono'ei IS> MRS. M A. GOODWIN' ( ;:r> I he tile n:;in whose In.ii I ilppartelli frimi Ihe l,or«l. bim'etl i* the man th:.t trstvlctli in tile Lord, anil whose Iwpe the Uiril is. I n;|j, lie «-!ia!l nut he niuved. JON I -- t HAi'K!. M K. I!e\. II. O. Metuteliin, Pastor Shown above are the monitors of the executive board of the woimu's auxiliary of the National Medical Association, as the board convened at Tufikegee Institute, ia:iia, on April 1, for an im- t.iw-n on. )in kft to right, front: \V. Dumas, Natchez, Dnlton, Lima, O,; It. uston, Texas; Alma Norfolk, Va.# pres- ident, Women's Auxiliary; Williamj Mc.sdamcs J. J. Thomas, St. Louis McKluley Ti.oma«, Leavenworth, I s;'c'rt',;lr>' I Mar™8 • Hut _ „ , . to,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1938

REGISTER GIVES YOU THE NEW* While It Is NEWS! San Antonio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS ONLY Sc Where could you get more for a nickel? VOL. 8—NO. 4 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS FRflDAV. M'1,11, iqm PRICE FIVE (JKNTS Nah Shreveport Insurance Head For Fake Claims District Manager Forges $2,250 Worth of Death Claims in Past Sixteen Months SHREVEPORT, La.—Following investigation by national of- ficers of the Universal Life Insurance company, home of- fice of which is in Memphis, Tennessee, and with the discovery of the filing of a dozen or more fraudulent death claims, J. A. McCraine. for the past seven years the manager of the Shreveport district of the company, was arrested, last week, on charges of embezzlement and forgery. Reports state that the fraudulent School Boarc 11 forces Mud-Slingers in Open deaih claims, went in from the local ofilce and with attached forged names of beneficiaries doctor.", and undertakers, were promptly Hied, and checks in pay- ment trailed in a sum approximat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1938

.'WO vSAN TO REGISTER IU-J FRIDAY, Al'KIfj 29, im TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL .NEWS... "9 Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. WE NEED COOPERATION Some week.- .-mo there wan n complete change in the «clioul It hn< )>oard. jinpute <imong and colored, an out-of-town represented by tarried an art: thance in the > aid in the p.« j tioti of our j chauge would is needed, but parents is need of cooperation parents, in a with the Teach tends to retar those Coles at ca caused quite a itizeus. both white k) much so that Negro newspaper, citizen of Corpus, le saying that a gro faculty i< president < Thelma Smith elusive Tbirtec l.iitg In the bo Ella Hove IU-cks the group. Mrs ntertained the Ex- club Sunday cve- e of Mrs. Floreuoe Garner. ST. i tli eduea Porta ps :i thing thai School \t Thr Woodrn MATTHEW BAPTIST <HIR(H y was tilled with inspiring A commendable Sunday find eleven o'clock PiTvlCC. >e o • I-ek the American 'ii ha.l Their ann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1938

FK1DAY, APRTT, 20. 1938 SAN ANTONIO REOISTKR m ■ j $•& Weather Causes AAA Softball Settaek*-PIay Three Exhibitions Sun. r s A CAPRICIOUS Dame Nature that has been pleased to un- loose daily torrential downpours over an extended period, has caused the scheduled opening of the Alamo Athletic Asso ciation's softbail leagues—set for May 1—to be pushed back two weeks, until KUy 15. Because of the continuous rains, the city has been un- able to start the work of either conditioning the Lincoln Park diamond, or of Installing the lighting eqiripment that tli> AAA has provided for nlgbt play. Equipment Arrives The AAA bought flood lights t >r the diamond have arrived, and are liow stored in the plant of Sun Antonio Register awaiting removal to and installation at, Lincoln Park. The city is to furnish the poles for, install, and wire, the light*. Exhibitions Sunday Despite the fact that the official opening play of the two six-team leagues—the Alamo and the Mis- sion leagues—-has be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1938

roun SAN ANTONIO RFlOISTEi* ji'itlDAY, AI'KIL t.%, 193H SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Kight, Justice, and Progresa PU8LISHKD PHIDAT OF RACH WKKK BY THE HKOISTKR PUBT-ISUIXG COMPANY orricn 207 worth rit.viim htuket PUOXE t'ATHKDKAI. 1721 • - T. O. BOX ia f SAN ANTONIO 1EXA8 tCntered as second-class matter May 6. 1911. at the Poet Office at Sun Antonio, Texas, under Act of March X. 1871. Advertising rales fumlehed on j request. Subscription rates: I year. $2.00; tf months. $1.25: single copy, 6a OATIONAl AOVfRTISINa RC PRESENT ATI VIS S. tire CO- CHICAOO. NEW VOHIC. LOS ANGELES. ROCMESTBS. KANSAS ClTV AND I AOOS. flflO COAST. AFRICA. ALL NEWS MArtEH SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICE 6* TUESOA* NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE. NEWS MATTER MUST Bl PLAINLY WRITTEN AND ON ONLV ONE •IDE OF COP* SHEET THE RIGHT TO CONPENSf MATTER PON CONVENIENCE OR SAFETY IS ntSERVEO UNLE3S SUCH MATTER IS PAID FOR. VALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEl'HINE O. CU AW FORD- D. J. ANDREWS A. JAMES W HOLLAND- PrP«i,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1938

FBIDA7, Al'KJL 2!), 1!KI8 SAN ANTONIO KBUISTEh rrvw 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 adur~ss to your letter. For a "Private Reply" ... send only (25c) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by raturn mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. « f ' Bend all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, rare of THE SAN ANTONIO Rt&ISTKK. P. 0. Box 1598. San Antonio. Texas. L. It. M.—My huHltanri died last fall and We were together 18 years. I am to lonely and worried, and I moved twice and that didn't do any good. Tell me something to do? Ans: The changes yon have ir.arie didn't help any, hut if yon it ere to move into a small apart- ment yon would feel heller sal isfied. It is imperative that yon make yourself forget your de ecased hus'mnd. Make some other friends for you are but in your early forties, and yon shouldn't just give up life rlirlit now...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1938

012 san ahtuniu fu'UlbTEl* rtviuAi, Ai'iiu, lass o c IE T Y Alamo City, Nearly Th ousantl Persons Swing to The Musie of Count Basie Orchestra TVTEARLY a thousand pc'rsDns—the largest turnout in San; ll Antonio for ii disco in niin".y mcDns trekked to the Li-, brry Auditorium. Wednesday even ng, April 20, to experienc? the thrill of dancing—and juit listening—to the music of one of the country'* fineit swing orchaitm, Count Bane, with the inimi ible lead .' directing from his famous piano Wi'h the E-- e ban< Hersclicl Evans, a hometown boy L" U IB tirs Ins: Ti.i pr« ban tra toi i bro M" r.. i'. win Anton \ > from 1';iv . merry Slaver of Two Biifties GuaH' as He Faces Chair finally Thrown ir.'i' Hot Scat" by Four Men— Dies Without 'u " Hr The \Mortaif2 Neprn Prcw. I rill* \<iO. 111. raying the ex- jail Bat Me K.i r Phlllls Wheatley Junior Charitv Organization mi i.i aft. r A IxneC j rognini was r« ■■■ party is planned for April SO l.iOi) East Crockett Street, l'rb. will bo gi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1938

1 FRIDAY, AP11IL 29, 1038 |*~Alawo City Briefs SAN AHTONIO REGISTER SEW*, -■!<f Recovering Mr«. Art ii Niulll), r>02 fioutli (K'ver* Street, is recovering nicely und Able to lie up agnln after lecent Illness (lne to an accident. 1 C'hri leiieil TJttle H. h. Scott, Jr., iufanl ton of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Scott ,vur christened Sunday evenln April 24 hy Kev. J. X Krril, of Crrwter Mt Ollre Baptist Churca. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Owen* ur« the godparents. _•-> TWtor Mr . Sarah l'rlnce, fiomales, U spending an indefinite visit to the city with her eon and daugliter-lu- ]nw, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Johnson, 7i 3 Cuneywoy, Kings in l)rl Kin Mrs. Katie Williams, well known gos(>el Rinxtr, was presented In a Jirogram Thursday, April 'S2 at til l'lrst llaptlst t'hnrcli, white, 1K>1 Itlo, Texas, and on the following evening she presented a program lit Mt. Olive Kaptlst Church of that city. Fallowing the program. Mrs. Williams and her group cf fingers were feted with n banquet jit the chu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1938

■tUHT SAN ANTONIO RBCH5TE* FKIDAY, APRIL 29, 1933 TOUR BEST FLOUR Pioneer a w"« ® W Wing* Flour L 'Iasm (SXSSb ifiOfc MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES Association will begin Thursmff to lnat through Sunday, May 1, (■KIM KK (".U.U.KK BAPTIST Rev. C. H. (irwn, Pastor Sunday School opened «t the usual hour with nil teachers at their posts. The pastor preached a splendid eeruion nt eleven o'clock, IS. T. S. at the usual hour, a good lesson was taught. At eight o'clock the pastor delivered a line mes sage from the subject, "Will You ltelleve in Jesus". You are always welcome at Greater Galilee, • at ST. JOHN BAPTIST Rev. T. E. Marshall, Pastor THoushts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Evangelist of the Southwest Texas Conference, A. Church M. E. Truly life Ls an edntHtlon in love, hut the education is not complete until we learn the love of th" eternal. Owing to Inclement weather thr j services were not largely intended, | Nut were carried out in ...

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