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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1938

ftilUA I, «, <im<s dAN itrv;ryiu rtKUliyi'RK flVI 1 Again Win t(Highest Honors 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 self-addressed, stamped envelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions, n ' ScimI all letters to: AltlfF. WALLACE, rare of THE SAN ANTONIO ItKGISTEK. P. 0. I!ot 1598. Sail Antonio, Texas. K. M. I,.—Will the man that I nni depending < n ever have any hotter luck? What will l>e the outlook for me and my children? Am J walling In vain? Ails: Your lot will lie a belter one next year. The year 19158 doesn't promise yon nmrli in the way of better ineome. Things will lie different In '39, for it Is In- dicated by tlie stars thnt you will Inve n successful year during that time. This success will lie brought Hliout thru another person,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1938

* ax 3.MN ftNYUNIO UGUISTKJ* ■■vavr-iT i : o r y Alamo Cit PPBA of A. Fetes Wives, Friends T*5MJTV gathered from exclusive shops anil hat houses,, i'-aml from manj of the city's most charming homes, by, lovine hands, anxious to r' '-15e' v 's brought to the Y. w. Thursday, June 16, ai ' woven into a settirg of marvelous, bca.utv for the reception v ,i which members of the Pullman, Porters Bencft* Associ?ton cf America honored their wives, and many friends. ;;; . v. w. c. a. 1 - ( . . ■ X?f * wot. SWEET ESSENCE OF ECUS i . , ,, By Nano WHii. id , What i* n Ii'ine without 111 i into an atmosphere that breathed ^ m oi i!st- 1 :-ur. ly charm ami roa..: .,•• ^n(j sjx ami brother so . ©f other days. Oh. I dread to think of BU<h a! - J For -ti> one of lorn-line^ I f I>n. ed v air* sed of T I ror who could l e sweeter thai mother, I Whoso love and tender xotie. golden colored j ^|aj.p jjf,, for us. her ilear children i From, Mnch sweeter and easier U bear. U ssw 1. filled the roon....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1938

.1 FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1038 Alamo City Briejs SAN ANTONIO REOISTEU BBVK* Vlsitinx In Austin Mr3. Hallio Gray Merrlwetber end niece, Misa Paye Ernt'styne Gray, ■ student of Prairie View, ore Tlsitlng in Austin this wevk, ii.iuee guests of Kov. and Mr«. J. Jl. Harrington. ♦ Visits City Dr. E. II. Borden, P.D., pa tor I,ire Oak Baptist Church, Item- mout. and editorial «ecrctary of Sunday School literature, National Itnptlst Publishing Hoard, Naiih- viile, Tennessee, wns a visitor ,n the city this week, a special guwt of Rev. W. 8. Brent, at a banqnst Monday night climaxing the fourth anniversary of his pastorate at Second Baptist church. Teiinessceans Visit Mr. Luther Allen, his sister, Mrs. I.uttio Perry and son, Douglass Jr., of Chattanooga, Tennessee ire house guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Allen, 015 Dakota Street. Entertain Visitor Mr. Ami Mrs. C. N. Alien, 020 North New Braunfels, compliment- ed Mr. Luther Allen of Chattanoo- ga on Monday evening with a barbecue party. Guests numbere...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 June 1938

* H BIGHT SAN ANTONTO KEGISTE* JOUR BEST FLOUR Pionesf and , KVS\Ti whit# rifip Wing! • ifKB'tfJ Flour <m«w Q MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO TKl'E VINE BAPTIST ACTIVITIES of tht CHURCHES Rev. W. M. Shorter, raptor Sunday was a high day with True Vine. The programs are being rut over In a bi>r way. Sun- day School was well attended anl a splendid lesson was taught. \t eleven o'elock the pastor preached a powerful sermon from the sub- ject, "The Broadway of Sin Leads to Hell". At 3:00 p.m., <i program was sponsored by the young min- isters. B. T. s- met lu a friendly discussion and Sister Shorter serv- ed ice cold lemonade. At eigiit o'clock the pastor gave n lecture which was food for thought. Tiio choir will sponsor a banquet to- night at the church. Thoughts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Evangelist of the SouthwMt Texas Conference, A. M. E, Church There are more lives spoil- ed by undue hardiness than by undue gentleness: more good work is lost for want ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1938

11 1#^ SW M ■ - f --'"1 tH .* 'y PATRONIZE Register Advertisers I They solicit your support. u Saw Antotxio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS ONLY pi WHERE COULD YOU .if GET MOKE FOR A NICKEL? VOU R-NO. 13 SAN ANTONIO, TKXAS, FHIDAi ,)i |,V i'KICK FIVE CENTS J. Wef don Johnson Dies in R.R. Crash Author, Educator, Scholar Killed, I Leaves St.Philip's Wife Critically Injured as Train Hits Car ON VACATION VISIT Two Women Are Arrested as Car Crashes Bus One Says that Other Grabbed Steering Wheel of Auto Sudden DeathEndsBrilliantCareer ofOne of Country's Most Outstanding Figures, Distinguished in Many Fields WISCASSET. Me.—James Weldon Johnson, one of the best j known colored citizens of America, outstanding in the fields of literature, statesmanship and education, was killed I here Sunday, and his wife, Mrs. Grace Nail Johnson, was' critically injured, when their automobile was struck by aj Maine Centilil Railroad train. Johnson, though he owned a) ■rammer home in Massachusetts, had b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1938

■ TWO OA 11 rtnfjnuj tvBUiai'KlS FRIDAY, JULY 1, 19a =r= ✓ TEXAS COMMUNITIES IP* and SCHOOL NEWS Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. | of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. f!>>oden, Mrs. C. J. Johnson, an 1 Mr. and i Mrs. George Loftln. Setli and j iJeorsje Hill of Portland, Oregon, lure here f> r an indefinite stay with The entire city went wild over j were honored <it many lovely af Madatne Lillian E. Glenn of Dallav fairs given by Mr. and Mrs. \V. Texas, who was once a fainou- K. Brown. Sunday evening a love- blues singer. She was converted ly dinner was served at the home and became one of the greatest of the Brown's; afterwards, a I Godfrey spiritual singers of today. For pleasure trip across the -Nuetv< iMiliiam, the past ten night>. she has been Buy aboard the beautiful ync i at the St. Paul Methodist church Janeric. Bridge was featured for doiug what was, or what sivniedjthe remainder of the eveutug, their grandpa rents. Mr. r id Mr*. Eugen...

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

tfpS ' «Y 111)AY, JULY 1, 1938 flAN AN'I'ONIO KKUISTICIl : _. — ni Former National Tennis Champion, Lloyd Scott, To Play Here Monday ACCORDING to an announcement this week by Bernard A. Adams, Jr., president of the Alamo Athletic Association, C. W. Lewis, tennis coach of Prairie View College, has ac cepted an invitation to bring a group of net stars to San Antonio for a tennis exhibition at the Central Playground, Monday afternoon, July 4. 1938, beginning at 4:00 o'clock. Lewis stated, by telephone, that he will include Lloyd Scott, the 103(1 National champion, an'li Southwest. Although lie did not Tod I.iwson, also a player of CTCr national ehainplrm- , . ,, . . „„ ship, ho did defeat the meat Edgar nationsil ranking. Ilobart Thorny! ^ ^ ^ ^ the captain of the 1038 X*rairi<? J nationnl champion. He also de- View tennis team, will quite likely ■ rcloperi numerous stars, th? chl* f J>e included. Lending sports author-1 one being Lloyd Scott, the only Jties predict that Lloyd Sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1938

SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progrem PUBLISHED VYIDAY Of KACB WBBH BT THE WEOISTKR lMIBUSUINO COMPANY owes 207 worth cbjptvb BTincrr PHONE CATHEDRAL 1711 - - P. O. BOX ISM sa\ avion iu. ikxas 9*1. ii*1a ST 4T' Entered aa eecond-claaa matter May 5, J9IL. at the Poat Offlca at Sun Antonio, l'cxaa. under Act of March S. l87i. Adver'Wng rataa furtuahed on raqueat. Subscription rataa: I year. |2.00; 6 month*. |1.25; single copy. 5c. Contributions Editorials MATIONAl *rv*PT1tlH« fttP«e *HT*TIVM W B. 11** CO- CHICAGO MWW VO «. LOB *NOlt-f B. ROCHIfTIN. K A NBAS CITY AND l.ASOt. OOI.D COA8T, AFRICA. ALL NEWS MATTE*) SHOULD ■■ IN OUR OFflCt SV TUeSDAV NOON TO A^PCAS IN CURRENT ISSUE. NEWS MATTER MUST BE PLAINLY WRITTEN AND ON ONLY ONE BIDE OP COPV SHEET THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER POR CONVKXIENCE OR •AFCTV IS RESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTER IB PAID POR. V A 1.410 C. 11EI.L1NGER JOSEl'llISE 0. CUAWFOHD.. D. J. ANDREWS J. A. JAMES — J. W HOLLAND -President _...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1938

KUIAX, dULiI 1, 1!M8 SAW AVIUINIU KEUItTTKK ftvs Ycnrs nud ptber Poems". "l'lic Book of American Negro Poetry", ••The Itook of Neitro Spirittinls", and "God'® Trombone". He married February 3, 101U, to Ml 3 Grace Nail, UnugUler of John K. Nail of Now lorlf Clf.f. Ho Is #nrrlved l>y Sirs. Jolinnoii and Ills brother, J. Jtosn munii John- son. Killed- (Continued from Page 1) Attorney Evans led the fight for the right ot the Race to participate in the Texas Democratic primary, and won national fame when he was successful in permanently eti- joiulng the officials of McLennan county from barring Negroes from participating in primary elections in that county. Fired— (Continued from Pace 1) 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 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1938

attm ■ ^ mm mfm. i wmm SAN ajlTniTOJ I5UI3TEK € I ♦©♦ i T v I c r's P1 a c e Fed7?"°St£s„ks J | Support tor Mate Has Draii"Itt Beer; Meeting M For the pnst six y Tyler, owner mid operutor 1 Tyler's Peer Tavern at IHXi Sou' Pine street, )ia& been serving 1. community efficiently nnd com rtisly with cold beers, wines ni soft drinks, enjoying a steady, a pro iative patronage, for which 1 M of >inpl froui p« with n\t Tyler beg ami is ho city v, The City Federation of Col- ored Women's Clubs i> appall- ing to all eluhs in the city for support at the state mectinir. Clubs are asked to send their representation fee through the city federation in order that San Antonio ink'ht be repre- sent d at thf state meeting. (oirtart the officials of the city federation at onre, in order that the report might rearh fit" state meeting in IKfii«on July 5*7. Entertains With Sightseeing Tour; Miss Ann Hi a M >d I par lentlng M ad and little daught Mrs. Hallie Andcri so Carroll Warren a n spea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1938

m ■. .' ■ ■ • ■ ' ' . • ' k i = ALAMO CITY BRIEFS Motor to Houston Mr. and Mrfl. Ed Stewart, 95ft Potomac Street, nnd- Mrs. Robert Moss, 114 01bta, returned houie tills week nfter n pleasant rlslt in Houston with friends and relntlwA. Thejr were also guest a at the wad- ding of Miss Johuuto Mae Newton and Attorney Theodore Moody Berry. ♦ Motor to Dallas Mr. Ike Mitchell, accompanied by Miss K. M. Harris and daughter, Verna Mitchell, motored to Dallas for the June llHh holiday. They enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards. Mrs. Kdwords is the former Miss Mary E. JoaW. To Houston Mr. and Mrs. Chester Steen, ac couipnnied by their sister, Miss Matilda Steen and father, Will Nteen, motored to Houston for the week end. Return* Home Miss Lucile Steen of Gonzales has returned home from Enuls, Dallas and Fort Worth where s'ac visited with her sisters, Mrs. Mat- tie Curry, Mrs. Addle Love and other relatives for four weeks. Celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Forcey. .".03 Carter Aven...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 July 1938

;TV- r; ' >Pwl BIGHT SAN ANTONIO ItKlfSIKI* =«= I. = FRIDAY, JIJiiY 1, iWj YOOR BEST FLOUR Pioneer w i'gj- and White Wings Flour MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR MILLS S IN .ANTONIO His subject wes, "Go Assure Your- selves Unto |iie Priest". At 0:00 p.m., B. T. S. was carried out nicely hjr llrolhcr R. Jefferson. At 7:30 devotional nervfclf, after which Mr. Annum Bland conducted a splendid program. Visitors are alwaya welcome to worship ai Corinth Baptist. Smith Honors - <m m — ACT!\ [TIES CHURCHES Tiioughts To Ponder By .MRS. M A. (iOOI)WlN The hope of the wicked -hail fail like a tree Mat j* withered at the root; their treasures shall hcconie a vain thin.': tliey shall mourn, and thrri- shall Ih none to com- fort them. WEST END BAPTIST Rev. E. I). Dukes, Pastor HOSE 01 SIIAKON MISSIONARY BAPTIST Rev. R. J. Martin, Pastor Sunday *• a another high day tor liosc of Sharon. 0 :'tt) Sunday Schorl with S. :er Naomi McQueen ai charge; after a well taught les- son, Brother G. \V Duuu g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 July 1938

PATRONIZE Register Advertiser* 1 >Y '* They solicit your support. Satx Anhojvio Register RIGHT . JUSTICE . PROGRESS OKLy 5c WHEEE COULD YOl> GET MORE FOR A NICKEL.' you 8—NO. 14 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. FRIDAY . i IA PRICE FIVE CENTS S. A WOMAN BEATEN, STABBED TO DEATH Animal Masonic Grand Lodge EndsinFt.Worth O. R. Shelby, San Antonio Fraternaiist, Receives Honors at Session FOUT WORTH, Texas.—Repoit- ing one of the most successful sessions in mniiy yours, ttie an- nual uranil lodge of the Free an 1 Accepted Masons of Texas, a 1 Journed Kridav, July 1. following ■in action tilled four-day session that got under way Tuesday, June 28. Over 3700 persons were in at- tendance at the public meetiu;:. Monday night, June i7, with 2500 of these being delegates represent- ing all departments. One of the outstanding features of this meet- ing was the Binging of the coin Lined choirs of Fort Worth. The grand lodge opened Tuesday noon. June 28. At this session, committees were appointed and th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 July 1938

K C ivcnJIU * dlf riclDAY, .11!(;Y , )!W9 TEXAS COMMUNITIES and Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. First to Purchase Farm Wit) Government Loan A housing project for Negroes j were her two children. Clarence U sett inn undrr way in Corp is ami Mabel, niui al>> the two ehil- rhrwti. To further the projccr. dren of Mr. ai d Mrs. Spurgeoi Mis s Mnrgarette I- William, of Mays, lk>rothy and Catherine, the State department of Austin, I They visited Mn Texas, has been sent to Corpus mother and many of her schorl Christi t. establish a health unit, i mates and friends. Mrs. Martha Before doing this, Miss William Smothers is the mother « f Mrs. says that she must make a survey • Alexander. Mrs. Tx-e Anna Tri'igs, of the slum district. An attempt an .aunt of Mrs. Alexander, enter- is being made by the government, lained with many lovely affair?, to abolish all «lttm district*, which Mrs. Alexander is the wife of Mr. move is badly needed in Corpu.*- j F...

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

fcll'.U •TBALL LEAGUE OPENS SUNDAY AAA Play Under Lights Has Doubleheader for Gaia Opening AFTER many trying days of annoying, "out unavoidable, delays and postponement, play will get under v.Uy, Sun- day night, at Lincoln Park, in the Alamo Athletic Associa- tion softball league. When the switch js thrown that will flood the park field with light, San Antonio, for the first time, will have a lighted Softball diamond exclusively for, and controlled by. the Race. This 1ms been mntle possible by j and Leonard's Pharmacy, many the AAA. headed by B. A. Adams, J limes city champs, will clash in ■■■■una Jr., as president with the coopera- tion of the recreation department of the city of San Antonio. The lighting equipment lias- been bougut by the association, while the rec- reation department has installed the equipment and furnished the lalior necessary for its installation. The AAA has been given complete control of tiie rental of the field for outside play and other act;v Ities. <ia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 July 1938

- -«JIJ* •, 1KS8 SAN ANTONIO KKGISTEK f? A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progress k' ■B PL'BI.IS!) KP FHIDAf Of «4CB W FF.K QT 1 THE RF.niSTKH PIIBT.ISUIXO COMPANX OFriTK 207 NORTH C*NTn« STREKT PHONE tATIIKDItAL 1721 - - P. O. ROT ITO8 SAN A.MOMO. IEXAS Untered m second-class matter May &. 19.11. at the Pott Office at San AA'onlo. fesaa, under Act of March X. 1871. Advertising rates furnished Oft request. tiubecrtptJon rates: I year. I2.UU; 6 months. 11.25; single copy. 6c. NATIONAL AOVISTISIN® RfPWlSENTATtVM W S Tirs COm CHICAGO. itW VOSR. LOS ANCKLCS. ROCHESTER. KANSAS ClTV AND IASOS. OOLO COAST. AFRICA. ALL NEWS MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICE 8T TUCSOAV NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTER MUST 01 PLAINLV WRITTEN AND ON ONI* ONS • IOC OP COPV SHEET. THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER POR CONVENIENCE OR SAPBTV IS flESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTER IS PAID PO L I'rpmili'Pt VALMO a BELLINGER JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD.. U. J. ANDREWS J. A. JAMES — J W HOLLAND Secret a r j ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 July 1938

#> nuvi'l, dulii o, jjtoo (JAN iNTONIO KKU1STB1I fiv& Zeta Phi Beta Sorors at Regional Conference Recently Held in Indianapolis in the lime of 21.lt. Mel Walker, Toledo, Ohio, wa? the lilgb jump winner with a le«tp of (I feet, 7 Inches. Bill Lncefleld, University of Cal- ifornia at Los Augeles, hurled his lithe body through the air for 25.3 feet, to cop the broad Jump title. Marion Serontl John Marlon, Prairie View College middle distance star, ilniflhed si'> ond in the S0() meter run. which was won by Howard Brock, 09th Regiment A. A , with the time of 1:51.5. Suspended- (Contlnued fro)h Page 1) NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE la this column ONLY wh-n you include a clipping of this column and sign your full name, birthdatc, and cotrect address to your letter. For a "Private Reply" ... send only (25c) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for mv new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by nturn mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. n Send all loiters to: ABUE WALLACE, car...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 July 1938

4 huu IU I iw® .TTTL7 9, lOfc ' § O € ♦©♦ II IE T V Alamo City C « -• Activities i ' IU IB § ♦©♦ " jVli>s L \. Garrett, L. C. Collins At yuici Sunday Afternoon Ceremony IN a very impressive ceremony Sunday afternoon at the home A of Reverend Und Mrs J. N Bvrd, Miss L V, Garrett s,ml Mr. L. C Collins were joined in holy wedlock. Just before the mar "age vows were taken, Miss Zepherino K:iy sang Carrie Jacob Bond's I Love Yen Truly". The bride was very becomingly attired in a navy blue ensemble with a long fitted coat. Her ac : sories were white and she wore a ouplc wore entertained with a dinner party at the home of their si*tt-r, w ^ Mr- Dan Murphy. itiieets were i Mr. nuri Mrv. EIi>iin Holmes. Mrs. erepc M y McCowan. Miw Zcpberine Rav, Mr. Clarence Thomas, Mr. I'-.'N. | and Mrs. Mansfield and Mr. Dan reap of gardouias. The us attended by Mr. am] issha Holmes. Mrs. Holnn tinuiugly gowned in beige ith Hritish tan notv^orii :>ro a corengt. of pink row mlav ing the nenlyw K J ...

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

*■ fRIDAT, .H'LY rt, t!M« flna KTi iur^iu nttucn r-ra # SEVEN ALAMO CITY BRIEFS I Madtap Cab CaDoway at Majestic On Extensive Trip Mr. Moses Walters, Sr., left re- cently for <in extensive trip that will tnke him to Washington, DC., Bt. Lou la, Missouri, North and South Carolina, and Ohio. Farewell Dinner Miss Carrie Lee Ward, 11C Ala- bama Street, complimented Mr. Jack Wills with n farewell dinner on June 30. Mr. Wells left Mon- day for New York City. Austin Visitors Mr. <ind Mrs. Haywood Clem- mou$, Misses Johnnie Mae Halms and ZenobUi A Gilford motored to the city from Austin Sunday after- noon and were the house Riiost# of Mrs. Earnest Smith, 37.'JO Nolan Street. MisAcs Ilaines and Asliford are students at Samuel Huston college. Mrs. George Cotvmaa of Segmn. Fifteen gnosis were pnsent ♦ On Vacation Tour Mr. and Mrs. Will Holland and Mr. Victor Herring, 208 Annie Street, left Saturday for a two- week vacation tour of the wesc, visiting points in Arizona, New Mexico, and Cal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 July 1938

1Y irarrr i v. ii 'mrrorrrtj hwuioi rn TOUR BEST FLOUR Pioneer v-—■ tSJSH'n and White Wings Flour MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES Thoughts To Ponder By MRS M. Evangelist of Texas Con fen A. GOODWIN the Southwest nee. A. M. E. Hr stiil and (militate open the deep thing* of (iod, and 3« ii will be wiser than your enemies, and have deeper liiiderstainlini; than all the teachers of the world. BKTHKI . A. M. Re A. \\. Harvey, Tin i ■ i day nigh the 1 « . '! o a r (1 s livered i"5 presen t. Tbe mon. 1 ice ai floral. board iu d prose i n lMien t«'d the morniU] day s cliool hel I an Iu ent^ "1 and at elevi'ii V- preat-bed from t ••There is I'owc r in IT S HO ^.iu. the I«i-tor 8peak( r at Jaco b Chape as his subjeet. •The I n ficacy of Pray er'. A MT. ARARAT BAPTIST Rev. W. (>. Merriw tllier, Pastor Tl* eliurch is still progresses nicely; people are joining the ehureh lu almost every service, and the B. T. t\, under the leader- ship of Madam (J. ...

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