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

rtui>Air, JULY rj, l^aH (jAis arnuNiu nKuiaien fitTS 2 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 (S) Questions. f, Send all Idlers t«: ABBE WALLACE, far* of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER. r. 0. Box 1398. San Antonio, Texai. I. 0. M.—I have a problem that perplexes me very much. Let me know definitely wliy my father and brother will not visit me? Ails: They are not "visitint; kind", but thry love yon and want to be in yonr company reg- ularly. I>on't just invite them to come to see you; eall them or write them n note to visit yo« on a eertain dale for dinner. They will be there. 1!. B.—Was my marriage a mis- take. Kvery time we start a con- versation It always ends in a quarrel. Does lie love me? Ans:...

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

BIX dAN amwiv inuv io «"•* FK1UAY, JULii: Z , SO € II Alamo City Houston Visitor is Smart Addition to City's Younger Set t rroving ft smart addition to San Antonio's younger social set Is Miss Hhenee Hughes, vivacious ani popular young Houstoninn here on n visit, ami the house guest of het I brother and sister In law, Mr. ami I Mrs. Harold Hughes, 504 Soutn I Pine Street. Beginning the round of social cour [ lesies that have kepi Miss HugUi*- constantly on the "go"' sin . e her arrival in the city last Sunday morning, was Mrs. Hughe*' delight | fill bridge party Monday <ift rn« "-i i At the conclusion of the same* ] delicious and dainty refreshment • were served. Wednesday afternoo the Iowa street home of Mi-> Mamie I.euise Smith was the scene of another jolly gathering in Miss Hughes' honor—a game party a«ul; buffet luncheon with ten smart young fashionables in attendance. A delectable salad course, punch, cakes and other delicacies were served from a prettily laid tab!". Cov...

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

I \ rtiuiAr, .riinr rj, ^AiST arrroNio itKuraran ALAMO CITY BRIEFS % Student Visits Mr Woody Wiley student «t P&irte View State College, was a visitor In the city last, week eni, the guest of Miss Essie Marie Thomas. While here Mr. Wiley was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bradley, Nolan Street. ' Delightful Trip Mr. Lottie Mays, 410 North Monumental Street, returned last week from Los Angeles,' California, where she visited for six mont'is with relatives and friends. She reports a delightful trip. Attends Funeral Mr?. * Anita Johnson, 2il0 Spruce Street, returned Tuesday from Fort Worth, Texas, where she attended the funeral services of her cousin, llenry Anderson, held Sunday afternoon. Back in City Little Miss Klmina Harper has returned from Luling. Texas, wrfre she has been visiting her graul- mother and aunt for two weeks. She was accompanied by Miss Dorothy Muriel Harper. Marshall Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ar O. Fields and little son, of Marshall, Texas, are visiting i...

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

SI eight BAT aprruNio nmiisi si. MUDAY, JUIjV Zil, I9S8 I YOUR BEST FLOUB Pioueef and Whita Wing* Flour most dependable pioneer flour mills S\S ANTONIO G ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES ANT IOC II B APTI ST Rt\. K. It. Wilson, 1'aslor Sunday School opt nod on Hiuo with Assistant Superintendent r Kicliurdspii uiul toaolicrf .in thcr places. He view by the pastor. After a fervent prayer meeting the pastor, delivered a burning message from the subject, •'Return I'nto Me". Three were added to tfco church. B.T.S. opened at 0:30 with rresident Montgomery nt his post. The lesson was very ably discussed. At eight o'clock the ■ i deacons had a very lively meeting after which the pastor spoke from the subject, "The Ten Virgins'. Three additions. The women's rally was a huge success. ST. .11)11 \ BAPTIST Thoughts To Po nc!cr By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Evangelist of the Soutnwest Texas Conference. A. M. Ii Church THOKillT* TO PONDKK No one can truly pray who is conceited and full of se'i- confidence. Tru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 September 1938

t ' '"" PATRONIZE Register Advertiser! I They solicit your support. San A yoh. 8—NO. 25 TWO KILLED IN « ■ ■ Two San Antonio M.D.'s Appointed ; School Physicians Drs. M. L. Preacher, O.M. Whittier Get Public School Posts It became known this week that two young San Antonio Race phy- sician*, Dr. M. L. Preacher, anil j l)r. O. M. Whittier, were among' the thirty doctors recently ap- pointed by city authorities to serve the children of the city school system. The doctors began, j this week, what is to he a com- j plete, systematic examination of | all children attending the public schools, beginning with the athletes, I)r. Prencher has long been identified with all local health movements, and has repeatedly volunteered his services in connec- tion with the work of the Volun- teer Health League, and its annual health week campaign, being one of those physicians who annually give the tuberculin skin tests to school children. Dr. Preacher serves as chairman of the medical activities commi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 September 1938

TEXAS COMM> JN|T|~E Corpus Christi By G. A. Ctrroll- Telephone 3443 -1416 San Juan St By Ci. A. CAHK01.L 1U6 Sum Juan St. Dial 6143 The entire citizenship of Corpus Christi i« about to celebrate, with | You the Art to scribble tiito column this week, but by being vedy, careful, I'm here. Thanks to ole mother wit. You never know what you will and Culture Club, the run into in this big, big, wide victory over nM.iv obstacles to'world. bnt as long as they corni establish a much needed and a). . like Miss BUck from Marsha 1, predated institution, a day nur- well, we don't mind one bit ,erv It was more than a year, Really, she's a charming chap ago that this civic-minded group with plenty of that Wiley sophis- of women met and organized what) try; she likes all the outdoor civic guiues. which makes her a reg- ular all round sport . . . Miss Augusta Bolden, the deah child need the assitance 6f televl- . J __ llr UllllA >! is now a most outstanding club, doing a wonderful work, among...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 September 1938

* 4 iHIDAY, ejfcri'iUMDfctt 23, lJKX. Porters Austin No-Hit Win and Lose in as Brady Flij No-Run By U. JAY \ USTIN, Texas —In a series of Softball games, played here Friday night, at Rosewood Park, and ballyhoocd to the AkleA as. bcing a ''state championship'' tourney, San Antonio's """ c:t>' championship Porters A. C. team was forced to take second place, bowing to the roisterous Drivers' DiUeons of Austin. But San Antonio's speed Imll artist, Conrad Hrntly, «as the toast of tlie meet, the daggling fast bailer whizzing Uiem hy the Lyons team, aLso of Austin, in tiie Alamo City's first game, for a no-hit, no- run performance. Not only did Brady steam liirlit niriR- like, nnhittahle pellets at the Au*tluilf#, hut also connected with one of the opposing flipper's offerings to send it deep into tile night, high over the fence, for a Irome run, and one of the Santone's pair, In its sparkling 2-0 win. The Porters, liowevej, were un- able to take the "finals", the Drag- ons copping mat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 September 1938

j*m> .1AW rt.nlJM 13 I IV.Ik SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated o Right, Justice, and Frogre PUBLISHED rilDtf OV BACH H'tRI |f THK RRttlSTKIt IMFRI.ISUIXG COMPANY omen ao7 mirth pkntrr stiikki PHOHK CATIlKtlltAI, |;;i . - P. o, DOT tS9S SA.N IVIIIMII, IKiAS fiviUAY, smptkmhkk 23, la Contributions Edit oria Is EA1URE " "wnd-d« ;n tier Ma, t,. lfll. Po>t orflc, „ , ° uml,r Act 01 M"c • Adv.rualns rate. furnished 0.. rsqueu. Sutwenpllon ratM: 1 year. .00; ( months. 11-16: .Intl. copy, to n« ftlMKSCNTATIVIS «* « ||pp co^ chicago ncw vorr Science, Arts Opinions MATirmAA. iovmnai *nq|l" *°cmmtw "NRM city *np uooi aoLD coait africa cu««I!,T*„1u7" r' """ °'"C" " tu"° " 'o '" in *'"*• ' *' -I.INLY w.ittin and on only oni MAFWry m mamunt^ rM" R,CMT TO CONDtNSf mattch fo COMVtMtMCI oh ■^rryi^nwb nvto unless such matt«w is paid worn. W •tv> UmrmMmt It«, Prsss-Kadlo Bible Serr'ce, Inc. Cincinnati. Ohio. A BIBLE THOUGHT FOB TODAY all well-being, physical and spiritual is from «...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 September 1938

FKUUMY, SEf'i'KMBKK 23, iiK 0%Ty ~Z°™ ?" w°a W'," 6" FREE in this column Z£S.V? rfV d'tP'"* °< <i,s co/urnn and sign your '■PrivttlR?n$ "if ®?r7« «Mre« ' your letter. For a • • • fr.°~ jJw2^2 "nd * S'lf-lildressed. stamped envelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive bv iwturn wmj! FRKE ADVICE on (3) Questions. Send all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, rare of TIIE SIN ANTONIO REGISTER. P. 0. Rox 1598. Sail Antonio, Texas. A. M.-I hnye in mind to openl U11 Mrs. Kn„e w, #n tip a small business place and nnd make the grade without mis uncle, Moses Holland, San Marcor t tO knOW if 1 Nhillllil rarr* i lolm mi,I llmi 1 i i. .. 1 im.i , 1 ., quenlly lielng junked. Services Tuesday Funeral 'services for Mrs. Rod- Bern were held Tuesday afternoon from the chapel of Carter Under- tnklng company, the itev. \V. L. Thomns ofllclatng. Interment was in City cemetery number three. The decedent was born Naomi Petty, in M.irtliulnle, Texas, Jun- linry 27, 5014. Following the d n<|i of the mot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 September 1938

•* llfe'v OAW an i § 0 -luunuH == no € /Activities •* 4 Original Loyal 13 Social Club Tbe club met at t^e home 01 Mrs. Mary Taylor. After the business session the meeting ^as turned over to the hostess ami a pleasant social hour enjoyed., A delicious salad course and cold drinks were served. Games were played with prizes being awarded ;,i., Naomi King and Mr®. Annie I Wilson. Next meeting will ! • with Mrs. Wilson at 120 North Cherry Street. Ladies Auxiliary, 1\ P. B. A. of A. The auxiliary held it? 1110 .. at the home of Mrs* M. Wftrford, 3*J15 North Hamilton Street Willi Mrs. W. M. CaiupMl presiding. After the business session in which mutters of interest were discussed, y Mr-. F. H. Tucker, menu was served ny Tiie tea table w-n ith a large howl of regina. Mrs. NeaioQ guest of honor. Next meeting will lie with Mrs. F. II Tucker, 50t Live Oak Street, Oc- tober 0. Does Secretarial Chores/for Newspaper Man ENTERTAINS ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. M. L. Enslcy entertained members of the Enst St. l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 September 1938

IT, amfKMBKW ZS; i 3B ALAMO CITY BRIEFS .. anil Mrs. John K. Mills at Amelet, California are tlx p (aula of Ur. nilla* mother, Minnie Mills, Ka.it Houston jt Ik'iinjr Mil la will accom them on their return to Cal ■ Visit In Austin ■ Miss Bennie Jean Cook anil her other, Donald, spent the day duy In Austin visiting at Tll- on college, having motored er with their nncie, Mr. llenry Jones and cousin, Miss Grace klrtz, a student at tlie Austin pstltullon. They report a most Ivilghtful time. ♦ Motor to Palestine Mr. and Mrs. James Glnsco and llr. Charlie Glnwo and family ">"I>lc. yft Wednesday by motor for Pal- estine to visit their fnther, Mr. J. J. Glnsco, 8r, and other rei- lllviw. In Austin they were Join- by another brother. Hnyes sco, a student of Tilloleon col- late, ■ swimming party and air- plane ride Saturday creviluff, and til* prelty party Saturday evening with their sisters, Mrs. Irene Daw- son and Mrs. Josle Ruckley, as hostesses, at 1307 East Crockett Street. They al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 September 1938

fc4|>, - ■ • ..;v - "sua I .. H ' Hi . '.'■ '.*■• «HMBR BAN ANTONIO WtG'S l'B* a >■ YOUR BEST FLOUB Pioneer A Wingi Flour MOST PF.PTVnABT.1 PIONEER FLOUR MILL8 SAN ANTONIO I lowed by a wonderful message by the pastor. IIis subject, "Thanks- givings to God for His Mercy". ! Mra. Ward of St. Stevens Uoptist Church, Kansas City, Missouri, i and Mrs. Browu of First Baptist, city, were visitor# in the inornng [service. Corinth welcomes you at I all timet*. ST. JOHN BAPTIST Rev. T. F. Mur*h;ill, Pastor Beautifully Ii Feature Ci " ressive Services nUic Golden Jubilee *' Miss Sami , / Huston " Returns mw AT, SEPTEMBER tS, 1W| ^'ITH the cburch packed St. Peter Claver's parish Sunday, September 18, with a The celebrant of the mass was pastor of St. Peter Claver's, Louisiana. He was assisted by School a.< called to order by kowsky, as deacon, and Rev. Fat! Superintendent llolmiin. Attend- (1((1(.on, Kpv. A Krimse wa, ACTIVITIES Wife. CHURCHES I 9 m Wl!"'. > Thoushts To Ponder By MR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 September 1938

, f.. J PATRONIZE Register Advertisers! They solicit your support. saw Atxtomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE - PROGRESS ONLY ■rt WHERE COULD YOO GET MORS t/V FOR A NICKELt i VOL. 8—NO. 20 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SKI'TKMBElt 30, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS Cosmetology Back In City Schools on Half-Time Basis Determined Protests of Committee Result In Action AROUSED San Antonians who have, for weeks, baen push- ing their protest of the elimination of certain vocation"! courses from the Negro public schools, gained, this week, some results from their persistent protestations, when the superintendent of schools reccmmendcd the restoration of the cosmetology courses on U half-day (four hours) basis, and the teaching of physical hygiene on the samo bacis. A joint committee, the spoltes- | —— man of which whs Elishn Thornp . « « p eon, and consisting of represni- j ^ {[^ |Vj{)rtH1 08VS Kival Pythians Have Not Merged Head of One Body Says "Yes!" Other "No!" to Reported Union Thorn | represen- tativ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 September 1938

KO r-niUAT, SElTKMtfBB no, 1TM* m TEXAS • Snd4 SCHOOL NEWS ✓ I •--*—______ I Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll-Telephone 3443 - 1416 San Juan St. PRAIRIE VIEW EXTENSION ; that either Mrs. or Mrs. Weils CLASSES ORGANIZED «« wltiwwd. These two students Prairie This w Mr. It. L. * Xtl'lJHlOU in-i Col net dtt ai « in T -a> 1" P.M., ?d our. < ted Thr #ri\ As* uud high women have striven to keep peace emhlvd iu the and harmony among the various orium Sunday circles. Because of their interest, i rg mis mi mbers of drclo No* 4, with lire, iew extension o (" Davis as the gracious hostess successfully *7:1ve the surprise party at the Heath, a l'rai- home of Mrs. Wells. The must instructor, who unique part of the party wag the ip to Corpus way Mrs. David, the hostess, suc- ( our > < < dt d in jetting Mrs. Wells and Mrs. I.ee to the house without their knowing what was going to hap I* a. It all came about when the two women were told there was a dispute between member* of circle 4....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 September 1938

miDAT, SEPTEMBER TO, 1!K18 'fl&rzm ANTUN1U KKUIBTKH To Award Softball Champs atDance, Octobcr 13 At a mri'llng of (lie board of director., of (In- Alamo AIMrtlr Assorlnl imi, li-ld Tues- day nijil in (lie AAA offices ( 5:0 U East Commerce Sired, it was ileelcleil (o award (lie winners of (he AAV Softball championship at a dance to lie kIvcii at the Recreation Center hall, Thurs- day nlghl, October ill. I'lans it ere Immediately net in motion (or Uie rompletioii of all details and arrange- ments, announcement of which will be made In next week's issue of Register. Morehouse Backfield Ace Smacks Dummy , *■ "Hit the lino, low and hard," Coach Frnnklin L. Forbes tells "Bobber" Mitchell, a<*c maroon back, of Gary, Indiana. The tackl-; Morehouse star of three years ago, Ing and blocking dummy affords lis Keen crouched. Coach Forbes opposition. "Blondy" Bosweil, | Is shown rocking the dummy. \SKEGEE PREPS POIi CLASSIC WITH 'FORCE TUSKKOEE INSTITCTK, Ala.— A team without any deficien...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 September 1938

Vf! V" . - - Hh. KP i fWK 8AN ANTONIO REGISTER I 'A Poblieatioa Dedicated to Eight, Joa'tiee, and Frograal PU BIJSHKD rBIDAT OV IAOB VIII BI THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY OFFICE 207 NORTH CLVTHI STRSST P1105B t'ATUL DUAL 17*21 . - P. 0. BOX 1108 bAM A .Ml) MO. TEA AS DnUf«6 as sicon<1-c!aas matter May t, ltli. at ths Pott Office at 8an Antonio. 1'exaa. under Act of March I. llTt. Advertising rate* furnished or regueet. Subecrtpuon ratee: 1 year |2.U0; I months. 11.16; single copy. ic. 1*1% tF f1110at, 8j5ptbmbkb 80, ]||| ^Contributions Editorials FEATURES Science, Arts inions NATIONAL 4CVIRTIIIN9 *lPRCSfMTATI VtS W ■. II" CO- CMICAM. NSW VOMK o* tNCILCI eOCHBSTtR KANSAS ClT> AND I AG OS aOLP COAST. AFftICA AVi. 'i(W< MATTfB IHOUIC 08 Ifc OUK O^ICS S* TUSSOAT NOON TO APPSAW IN CUMCNT ISSUE NEWS *A T*P Murr BI PLAINLY WSITTtN ANO ON ONLY ONf SI OS or COP* SHEKT rH« RIGHT TO C^NDtNtl MATTSS POP CONVBNIBNCS OP SAPVTV iS nESERVKD UNLESS SUCH MATTER IS PAIO POP WE ALL PAY-AND P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 September 1938

m MB SEPTEMBER 30, 1338 BBe tijflLLffce- NOTE:—YOUR question will be antwered FREE in tbit column ONLY wben you include a clipping of tbit column end aign your full mot, birthdate, and correct addrett to your letter. For a "Private Reply"... tend only (25c) and a teU-addretted, stamped envelope {or my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by nturn mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Quettiont. all iettwi to: ABBE WALLACE, tun •( THE SAN ANTONIO RKHSTBR. P. 0. Rax 1548. tlwi Antonio. Ten*. M. 8.—Will I linve to repeat the tenth grade this year? Tell me will my boy friend and I go back together? Ans: It would be possible (or you to "squeeie by" if you took an tntrc<.ce examination, but yon do not, by any means, thoroughly know the course of study offered by the tenth grade. You and your boy friend are through —and it's a good thing; you won't hive as much trouble with your school work without a boy friend. E. E. J.—I love my wife. Why cf.n't we get along? She drinks end stays out late at night and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 September 1938

mf SAN ANTONII RBUI8TER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SB, 1938 f i 1 4 I w f fx. c IE I Y Alamo City Joske's Will Not Be Undersold During Sale irroni« nvenr 11M vp(l«lv pretty and «n-1 Two mplimentinf? Mrs (.'alifornia matron le week Oakland, relative smart a Pitt on a arnuii IB § C u L Activities West Coast Darling Dazzles Chicagoans for f>r and frit mis, were the swank buffet supper Thursday evening presided over by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mor- gan and Mr. and Mrs. George Melntyre, Sr., in the elegant new homo of the Morgans . . . and the beautiful and delightful party Friday evening at which Mrs. Eva Wauls Hornshy was hostess . . . Guests enjoying the latter affair were: Mes- daraes Ruby Hunter. Irene Miles, Mary Ellin Pen- -i ii. Augusta Whittier, llnrten.se Blunt, Essie Whit- field. Sadie Kane, <1. .1. Campbell, Grace King, Anita Williams. Margaret Matthews and Miss Myrtha Wash- ington . . . And lest I forget, Mr. Manuel Pitts, and an ex-homctowner who ion, home, is also here and hake a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 September 1938

rMBAY, SHf'l'KMBEK 30, HOT ' J 1 " ALAMO CITY BRIEFS To California Mr. Lexie Clay ot 131 t Kinpi Highway left Moudny morning by sioter for Lot Angeles, C«Mfornt« nad other points of Interest In tlie west; he was accompanied l>y Miss A, M. Haywood. They plan to return In two or threo weeks. On their return to Texas, they will Tlslt his brother In Houston ml aiotlier in Garwood. 1 Vacationing: Itev. and Mrs. 1). M. Jackson :iru vacationing in Ralrtiton, Tex- as. They will return to th« city about October 3. House Guest Mrs. Lou Heagaii of Victoria Is the bouse guest of Mr. and Mr*. Tom Steward, 125 Horde- man Street. Visits Kelatlrrs Mrs. Carolina Mberumn, Tyler, Texas, Is visiting In the city, guest of her relatives, Rev. und Sirs. It. WiUon, 1548 North Center Street. « Luncheon Hostess Mrs. Jessie I). Whitehead was hostess at a luncheon Saturday evening, Bepteinlier 4, at her home, (•nests who enjoyed the evening were: MM. O. 1>. Harrison (Mrs. Whitehead's mother), Mrs. S. All...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 September 1938

<+ ~*** ;v - Ww:I ^ I BIGHT SAN ANTONIO UEGl ■t=T WHDAT, SEPTEMBER 30, IMS YOUR BEST FL0UB V-1" -4 jpioocar V—V SHSb /■k and ilWu whiu r |g| { W Wiogf toifff* ZSJf* Elour nE7A MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER n.OUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO society It liiiprorlug under the leadership of Sister Crumplln. Circle Number 2 will niwt 1" tlie borne of Sister Clay, Tuesday ulght -<f ♦ SfcXT FRIDAY —Uw variety revue mid floral style show, for the benettl of K1U Austin OrpJiaiiHge, Friday, October *, Library Auditorium. Baby Parade to Feature Negro Day at Texas Fair ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES Thoughts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN No mail of earth, no ane l of heaven roiild have p:« «l the penalty of *in. Jesii^ was (lie i.11i> one v\ h« c*o:i!tl >ave rebellious man. \t I alvnrj's cross, merry, and truth met toirctlier; rislit- eiuiMicss and peare kSf^>Ml each other. FRIKNDSliii' BAPTIST Re\. G. F. (. C urrj. Pastor T: . U >.s- • a* Fr ANTIOCH BAPTIST Rev. R. Wilson. Pastor Superintendent...

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