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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1938

FRIDAY, MAT 20, 1938 i? ri BAN 'AlfTONTO RE0T3TKR nvn —J L~. 1 Sutton— L NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY wbm 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 tor my r.ew ASTROLOGY READING and receive by rtturn mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. Send all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, care ot THE SAN ANTONIO KKGISTER, P. 0. Box 1598. San Antonio. Texas. M. 0. G.—Would It be advisable f,>r me to go with this boy ou Ins terms, or remnln h.s I aui? Am: His terms are a little too unreasonable. By all means liold out until lie makes a belter offer. If you accept thinirs as they stand, you would have everything In lose and nothing to Ruin, while hi- would have everything to train jmd nothing to lose. THAT'S NO BARGAIN. M. It.—I want to know If my husband Is laying otf getting in- surance with his soro hand, or, is lie work...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1938

- ! I ifX SAN AtfTONfrn REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1933 o c I Y Alamo City C L Activities u IB Pllili Fnn Ps nikr ilUt i to Present Annual BUI, Friday, May 27 rpHE day ever to be an ider's Ball", terminating the fortieth anniversary n of St. Phi'-p 3 Junior collepe, will be held Fri- Mav 27. at I.briry Auditorium, and promises • ing of sprightliness long to be remembered by The 'lii. ng dance tunes will be furnished by the South-- ,'s" favor'cs San Antonio's own Boots and his Buddies, M,v, Marietta B11 k. <i P. P. B, A. of A. Presents Its 17lh Annual Services The ru [in in of An t cr nine, and J presented tin* ;r Benefit torn I nurn- Auxillary, i r li annu:il tentorial exerc unUny, May 15, finblngro nt sco Highlighting an • to a crowned as- mil Rapist church, m unusually in*.- Capacity Crowd At Brotherhood s Annual Program I'Rsive program vfne the lystory the organizaiTni delivered by M. Tallin r I'almer related in- restins facts and nccompltsh- *nts of the association during leven...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1938

•UIDAY, MAY 20, 1938 SAN A* rONIO KKOrSTER - SirVTEM >antone Navy Enlistee is Class "Honor Man'' Sales Promoter A clipping from a navy paper brings tbo interesting information that Daniel L. Johnson, niesg at- tendant, third class, United Stat >* navy, whose home is in San An lonio, at 1123 North Centre Street, jind who enlisted at Houston, Tex- as, on March 5, 11KI*, hns been .'•elected "honor man" of Class Three, Key West Johnson id the son of B. T. Johnson, of the Xorth Centre Htreet address. To date, according to the dip- plog, the enlistee hr.s shown ex- ■•ellcnt adaptability lor tho serr- ice. Upon completion of his train- ing period, Johnson desires duty on a heavy cruiser. Chicago Defender, Metropolitan News of Chicago, and the New Amsterdam News. Recently be was director of Negro sales of Wallaclw, Inc., Hurletn's 123th street store. In the lutter entab- lishinent he started as sales promo- tion manager, and was later . promoted to assistant manager oi' ■ the store. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 May 1938

I -Mr. BIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER 4% YOUB BEST FLOUR Pioneer "" r,. ps}«[ Wings Flour o MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SIN ANTONIO iHMDAY,- MA 7 30, ItJS f The Female Octette of Lincoln University (Mo.) ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES Thoughts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN the Southwest nee. A. M. 11 urch To he joined together in I hrM \s I ho onl\ permanent union, deeper than the tie of Mood, higher than the bond of kin, closer than the most sacred earthly relationship. int: recognition Mate where it throughout the has frequently lteadir.fr left to This musical unit, Mrs. Antoinette G*;ri tructor at Lincoln university trail, concerts. right: Miss< t cam 11 c "it \ iri. i It \ 11ST r KIKNuMIII K. (. ( urn , pastor During th lay morning English Athlete— MT. PLK\S\NT BAPTIST Rev. L. K. Brown. Pastor T ■ At t r •uminer months 8un- servlcee will lie at even o'clock. Visitors are wel- onie. Mrs. M T Lewis. Sunday ;riioi l superintendent, is dolm; plemlid work. Her staff of teneh- rs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1938

PATRONIZE Register Advertisers I They solicit your support. San Ajvtomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS ONLY WHEEE L ^ COULD YOU 1 c GET MORE l/V FOE A NICKEL? VOL. 8—NO. 8 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, ' —■— — -~jm— 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTU Juan, of the House of Sutton Phillis Wheatley High Graduates 146ThisMorning President of Santone School Board, Dr. James P. Hollers, Presents Diplomas to Candidates COMMENCEMENT activities for the clUss of 1038 of Phillis Wheatley senior school came to a breath-taking climax, this morning, at the Library Auditorium when 146 candidates were awarded their diplomas at simple, but impressive and never-to-be-forgotten exercises. Numerically, the 1938 class falls twenty-seven short of equaling the clUss of 1937, which was the largest in the history of the local Negro high schools, — — First Elected! Head Negro Chamber of Commerce m Negro Chamber Of Commerce Elects Officers Thomas L. Holley Elected President, Elisha Thompson, \ ice. at Monday's Meeting ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1938

fWO (SAN ANTONIO KKUlSTEtt -+ l'KlDAY, .MAY 27, 19;}J TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS Corp By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 Sdn Juan St. Civic minded citizen* nrlll lo;n WrOK w hundred X.vors na;n niaii! 1* reon i^hingtcm * l!«>e. |H>pular y for her home, this w married on May 17 at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Walton. Hev. S. II. Alexander performeii the ceremony. Miss T. Allen nnd Mr. Jimmie Boykin were married on May L'l with Iter. W. P. rkivi? officiating. The haecalaureate sermon w.is preached Sunday at Mt. Zion Bap- I list Church with Rev. Davis d ting mlsr, Hvering the eloquent sermon. Mrs. R. X. Williams lug returned u ito attend I from Bluteric, North Dakota, ul Qnin College this summer. ; Kansaa City, Missouri, and Wliite- OINK! OINK! iri*ht' 30,1 Kort Worth, after rhe approach of S. M. C. hichltwo w^s' absence. She reports ctmmencMMBt mretaH. J* ,mich ' «>row.l ami en- I joyed her visit very much. Iter. ul of slowing down the tempo,( \y g Wrenn of It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1938

fMlUAir, MA 1 SI, -'J38 Wheatley Hi Athletes Awarded at Annual "Honor Day"Program At a special assembly at Whditley high school, Friday, May 20, fifteen athletes received the coveted varsity "W", at the annual "Honor Day" program. The recipients were in a scmi-circle with the queen of the "W" Club, sponsor of the athletes, lovely Oeraldine Wil- liams, in the middle of the arc. Ernest Dixon, class of 1939, presided with becoming diftnlty. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER THHKI* I The program opened with flnglns the favorite cong of the principal, H. J. Sutton, "Home on the Range"; the president of the "W" Cl"h. Marvin Eustace, waited the creed of the club: n hoys' group sang a proposed Aliuii Mater song for Wheatley; George Inge, HI. gave ii review of the seasons; a quartet j J Girl Atlileles of Lincoln U. Beat Stowe Teachers >! Jnme The ind assistants, Wilkinson and Jodie Bailey. Lincoln university volliy JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.—The Lincoln university girls' varsity ascball, volley ball, and ten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1938

VIIV SAN ANTONIO HBJISTEB FRIDAY", MaT 27, 193f SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progre PUDLI8B ED mi DA T OP HACB M'KKH BT THE RKOISTKR PUBUSUIXO COMPANY OFFICII 207 NORTH CBNTWC STIIKUT PI105E CATIIKDKAJ, 1721 - - P. O. BOX 1508 SA.N A.V10M0. 1LAAS Contributions Editorials Entered as second-claa® matter May 6. 1911. at the Poet Office at San Anionic, l'exaa, under Act of March X, 1871. Advertising rates furnished on r*jue £. Subscription ratca: i year. $2.00: b montha. 11.25: single copy. 6c FEATURES NATIONAL ADVERTISING RCPRCSCNTATI VCS W ■ tire CO., CHICAGO. NEW TOUR LOI ANCCLIS, ROCHEJTCR. KANSAS CITY AND IAGM. OOLO COAST. AFRICA. CHRIST FOR I ALL News MATTIR SHOULD 88 IN OUR OFFICS B TUCSOAV NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE. NEWS MATTER MU*T BE PLAINLY WRITTEN AND ON ONLY ONE SIDE OP COPY SHEET. THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER FOR CONV8NI8NC8 OR SAFETY IS nESERVtl) UNLESS SUCH MATTER IS RAID FOR. TfcjTi l n p nK wH—l. aliiKl uoIt tmf patk VALMO a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1938

gIDAY, MAY 27, 1918 BAIH ttNTUNIU ItKUlHTKIk nv NOTE:—YOUR question vrill be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your fall nam*, birthdatc, 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 rtturn mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. Send all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, care of THE SAN ANTONIO RKtilSTKR. P. 0. Bo* IMS. San Anlonio, Texas. S. It. H.—I follow your column j~~ frequently ami I would like to know if in my future years I will Income n famous stage actress, or should I choose another profes- sion? Aus: As talented as you arc, yon should continue your studies in DANCING as well as music and voice. By all means, prepare yourself for some other type of work so that you can always fall back on it as a side line. You will go up in tho entertainment world. A. M.—Is it best for me to quit my husband right now, or tell me what...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1938

I" 4AN fiK'IVWlO nEUlSTEW /*KIDAY, A'AY 27, 1936 SOCIETY Alamo City C IL II IB § Activities (* MX f I — II «■ '«: Denver Heights Vocational School Hclds "Open House'' THURSDAY afternoon, Miy 19, the spacious bnd lovely cottage of the Denver Heights Vocational unit. 501 South Olive Street, was the «cere of an informal "Open House" and tea between the hours of four and nine o'clock. The dining table was centered with a crystal bawl of red talisman rose buds and queen's wreath, flanked by crystal candelabra holding red tapers. On the buffet, and placed at1 ill ami chromium «<?rvice for six,! by Mrs. V. K. Toliver. j In charge of registration were M relestelk Fatheree ami Ho-' l-occii Curtis, while Mesdaines U. r C. Curry, O. E. Fitzgerald and .lt«6p Edwards had charge of tin* servicy in the dining room, being capably assisted by in em be re of the Resigns Post vantage points about t were pink handwov. u I pink rosebud*, a court Menson the Florist, whi liv ng room and thrcug house we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1938

yiilDAT, MAY '27. 19i SAN AH'i'UNIU KEUISTKK SEVWH Alamo City Briejs j Crail Feled A •urprlM party honoring Mil* ltoona LoMlue Ellison, graduate of PblllU Wheatlej high ichool, was given Saturday, Mn.v 21 wlln Mist Hcrnilo J«ckaon, OLD Callag- Uau Avenue, as hostess. Tlie eve- uing was enjoyed (lancing aid playing cards. Fifty gmsls en-| Joyed the evening and a delicious repast was served. Undergoes Knife Mrs. Evelyn Ilorton, 'JOl Mlckle- John Street, lias been confined to bed for the past four weeks from the effects of an operation. Sac la reported «s doing nicely. Week-End Movie Fare ★ ★ ★ ★ • • • • • Grant, Douglass Moves to Houston Forum Centers Hold Meetings s————— 9 Another large crowd wa* attract- ed to the r.rant elementary school Nervous Attack jKtg. Jack Hall, 1.134 Olbbs Street, is miff ring with a severe attack of nervotumesK which will keep her in bed indefliiitelx. Arrive Safely News has been received here of the safe arrival in Michigan City, Indiana, of Mr. and Mra. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 May 1938

i/* EIGHT i ~ BAT* ANTONIO BBQISTEB FRIDAY, MAY 27, IS* [CSI YOUR BEST FLOUB Pionew > and Whit. f[$' Wingi Flour ■mv MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SIN ANTONIO I prayer meeting was conducted by II be deacons. At 8:15, Rev. Mathews | brought another great message. ! l ive additions to the church. The | revival will continued until June 2. 1'onie out ami bring your friends; you are welcome at I Shiloh. CORINTH BAPTIST Rev. \Y. 1!. Myers, Pastor Sunday School opened on tlnn seined the couple. Sunday morning, Superintendent Evnus conducted Sunday School in the usual manner, and at eleven o'clock Kev. G. B. Brown preached a timely sermon. One addition to the church. Sunday evening an- other strong message was delivered liy Kev. W. M. Crawford which closed the gala celebration for Pleasant Vniou. Total raised, (S1T>.". Sister T-lndsay of tne | First Baptist church remembered , , I Ihe pastor wilh a beautiful bouquet with ihe sup,Tint, ndent and h.s of {lowcrs Sundlly, ACTIVITIE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1938

PATRONIZE ^ Eegister Advertisers I i They solicit your support. Sat* Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT i JUSTIC® 'i PROGRESS ONLY < WHERE COULD YOU GET MORE FOE A NICKEL? VOL. 8—NO. 1 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, F JUNES, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS Construction Co. Employee Injured As Derrick Falls Device Falls Across S. A. Man's Back as Supporting Cable Snaps A SAN Antonio construction company worker was seriously injured Saturday, May 28, during excavation operations, at College and Navarro streets, when a derrick fell, knocking ths man down as the lulling beam hit him on the shoulder and back, and then fell across his back as he iUy on the ground. The painfully injured man is B. J. Jones, 45 years old, of 222 North Cherry Street, who suffered severe muscle in Distinction juries in the small part of the hack; however, 110 bones were liroken. Jones was 0110 of six men operat- ing a crank of the derrick that was being used to pull heavy iron stak.s from the ground. A sup- porting cable of the derrick s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1938

rto \ «*U (MR f il 'UH a an *iiitw iO ifDowni _j! J !■% 1. M.UU-. niiliAY, .TI'NK :f im -ft— ■* ✓ TEXAS COMMUNITIES Tnd SCHOOL ■— - Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. Lend nml ot K. OM ?du<atioi :t-ns thai ra Lanlc the grsi activities card Dean •r an ad- class of Cit v i the scribbler of Oink! I ku<>w you hart often ■«'d • • • Al.so iu the Capitol >u will And the faeeinnting Mother. Son in John* C. Smith Graduating Class—Another Mother is Honor Graduate inn tic- tc Hi iMin Lanier spoke 01 teaming i.< a daugeri He brought out four 1 in liia speech—a litt about work, about h" Bean I#anier raid the Xegro with all of and intellectual ability . "A litt ►us thing iain poin' n-siUiy .Miss Webbie Smith and Prof, 'i f th | C. Ayers and wife upending these pr:r> I hot summer days slumbering be- neath the ehadoW <>f the dome ai {the Capitol City • • * Miss Hor- huion left Saturday! Marshall, Texas, her Odessa Itucbannn can View. Texas ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1938

FRIDAY, JUNK '1, nm vsT* TIIRR1 ■>i"f Homicide Henry Cops Last Eight Rounds With Brutal Attack NEW YORK, N. Y.—Henry Armstrong, the human perpetual motion, combination windmill, buzz saw. and tornado, proved, to all the world, Tuesday night, in Madison Square Garden, that he is one of the greatest, if not the greatest, human fighting machine, pound for pound, that ever stepped into the resin ring. He spotted Barney Ross, tough, rough, indomitable welter- weight chnmpion of tlie world, al- "BeL. y- inost nine pouuds, nnd then pro ceeded to hand the champ one of the most vicious, britf<il, anil punishing whippings any box* lighter ever took. In defeat, though, Ross went down in glory—-he was beaten al- most to a pulp—he was bloody, tireil, aching, but ho refused to quit, clung on to the end, a.id despite the bruising punishment, was never knocked off his feet, lie wtnt out the way the world likes to think of a champion going—on his feet, still trying to tight the little brown be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1938

FCftJR^ an f ' SAN ANTONIO REGISTER ft A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progress THE KF.GISTE1? P1JHMSHINO COMPANY orric* 207 hortii rKN-rnt errnr.rr HW PIIO.NK CATUKOHAI. 1721 - - P. 0. BOX 1.11)8 SAN AN IONlu. I K.XAS EntertJ &* •doond-claM matter May 5. 1911. at th« Poet Office at San Antonio, l'exaa. under Act of March X. 1879. Advertising rutea furnished on request Svbecrlptlon ratea: I year. $2.00; C months. fl.!6: sin*!e copy, 6c. National ADvanTisiMO n«PRiaiNTATivia w a. ttrr CO.. chicago. hcw vork uoe ANciLsa. aocHiaTiR. Kansas cirv and iaqci. a old coa«t. afsica. ALL NEWS MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFPICC B TUtSOAV NOON TO AR^CAR IN CURRENT ISRUt NCVW9 M A fTER Mult Bl PLAINLY WRinSN ANO ON ONLY ONI SIOK OP COPY SHEET. THE R'OHT TO CONPENSE MATTfR POR CONVgN tNC OR RAPBTV IS OESERVED UNLESS SUCN MATTER IS RAID POR. VALMO C. JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD- U. J. ANDR1SWS- J. A. JAMES.. J. W HOLLAND.. The San Antonio Register Stands For: 1. San Ar.torlo first. 2. incre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1938

ay. .r. ruu id i jcn L ">TE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column LY when you include a clipping ol this column and sign your name, birthdate, and correct address to your letter. For a vate Reply" ... send only (i5c) and a self-addressed, tyniped 'opt for my new ASTROLOGY READING and rcceive by ■n mail FREE ADVICE oa (!) Questions. 0 • all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, care ot THE SAN ANTONIO 1KB, P, •. Bts 1598. Sail Antonio. Texas. U. —D* f<m think I could .'Other )*b tf I (Ira a* thl* •uie I am, «nd ga home? xirtun# f Tor m* la anr Tak« | vacation to your (own Nmetime during these •cf rnoaftf, but don't give up .fob. Skn would really Im i <ia?pi«t H yon were to make - friend* and beRlii enjoying ii ; there Isn't any reason for yon live a «ln(fle life. K. 0. P.—I'leaso toll me If this lu ion I have In mind will do any fcirm to me If I try using it to "educe. It is a lotion that you ruli on the skin. Should 1 use It? Ans: Don't use anything nnlil yon consult a do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1938

UClVJiOl JDrt OAW ftWlUrtiU rftlDAT, .ilftTto 0, ; s c c i ♦©♦ T lie George Emforees Celebrate Their Third Wedding Anniversary rj- n£ East Ciockett street home of the George Embrees was I the scene of one of the early summer's prettiest socilil nffairs Thursday evening. May 26, the occasion being the couple's third wedding anniversary. A profusion of cut fb vers, attractively arranged in vase; and baskets adorned the rooms, and Mrs. Embree received her guests in a lovely creation of doubonnet taffetu with >i she wore a sliouUler corsage I serving the delectable ice eotme miliar •buds. selections were renilei •at the evening with >u Truly" being dedl at ebrants by Mlw Miss Moselle Gr« dicated a piano select happy pair. Assisting were Mesdamcs Met'lain, Chnrlc* 1 .\vant, Gauther and John llarbeit. 1 Many lovely gifts were shower* d ,i on the couple showing the esteem ,i in which they nre held by the.* i I ninny friends. mi M .re than ft hundred gmsts were a present for the delig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1938

f It I DA-lf ,—JU N K a, l!KW | Alamo City Briefs Baby Buy Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd CUenn art the i>roud parents ot a twby boy, born May 24, 1M8. .Mother a:id b:i!iv ore doing Hue. Vlsitinu; Kihitlvcs Mrs. Marie Taylor returned from Dallas to be wllb her slater, Mm. I.loyd Glenn, and visit her brother, •Charles Cantu nnd other relatives and friends. IVaisall Visitors Mrs. Frank Hawkins, Mr. nud Mrs. Floyd Smith, .Mr. and Mr-. Joe Tones, .Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Curtis, Mr. nnd Mm. J. C. Toiler, Meadames Richard Clay, Dorothy (i. Harrison, Bniitt M:ie Thomas nnd Miss I.ois Tones were recent cueets of their relatives, Mr. an I Mrs. Harvey Davis of Pearsall, Tints at a Iturbccue dinner. About llfty guests were present. Attend Tlllotson Prom Miss Millie Cabnesa and Mr. Cecil Works motored to Austin, Texas, Friday night, where they attended the JnnloMenior prom- enade at Tlllotson college. They report a most delightful trip and evening. ■ 4 Return* irom Revival The Rev. B. W. Smith recently TCtnr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1938

iwiri;- «*#*! eigttc n —^-rVZtBSJXSr- %t55T'-^Sj r-w i_atw* wwi^&^iL5J? YOUIt BEST TLOUa Pioneer ;*Sm"«5s and White Wings Flour ?i* U3W MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SIN ANTONIO ! r~~^ ■ ** school. At 11:00 n.iil., the pnetor, Rev. llai'vcy, pleached from Roman* 8:10, "And it children, , then helm; heir# of God, mid Joint ,1"';rl hi>:rs with ChristOne w s v l'Li I milled to the roll. . s " At 8:00 11.111. ltcv. Marline*, the <e?en o'clock. Sunday School,^. proaclu ;1 *v«is the gocst peak- opened at 11:00 a.m., with nil of"|,,r, who used for his subject, "Tell llccra *t their posts. At 10i lsrael to go forward." •K-utlltl | gonp scrvi,,. i.y Choir 2. F *'"rj Monday—Official Board, routine ullosig | husiness. FIR«T baptist Ret', 0. M. Jackson, Pastor Services began half au e«i rly Sunday. Mining ' at 14:30 and evening erv! ( rvl ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES Thoughts To Ponder devotional singing by the choir. The spoke from the thorny, "\ Witli Seven wore with the church ...

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