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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 October 1938

IUDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1938 SAH rfHTViviu HKHHTIEH r'lVM NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this eolama ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign y ur full name. birthdate. and correct addreri to yonr letter, For « - ■ " , iend only (25c) and a self-addressed, stamped "Private Reply" ... envelope tor my new ASTROLOGY READING tad receive by return mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. fend nil letteri to: ABBE WALLACE, care ot TIIE SAN ANTONIO RKOISTKIt. I' O. Box 1598. Han Antonio, Texai. E. D.—Will I ever get anr ilpasuro out of life? My husband vua't give me any money or buy inythlng for me, nnd I woniler f there Is any one else in life 'or me? which wn very, very much need- ed. "Af?nln we thank you, as this is the first and only time that any club has centered Its interest .. 1 1. „, 1 « on tho boys first. The girls seem ^many who lfas"?!, & Clled «° "« - > «* ^ « iiilli 'Mll( srloves". It Isn't wise leave lilm, for you both are ■nlirely too old to lie-in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 October 1938

i mx SAN jfriTORIO itBUISTWI v mfcjt FRIDAT, OCTOBER 28, MM OCIETY ♦©♦ Alamo City CLUBS Activities ♦©♦ CLUB PRIZES! COSTUME PRIZES! vtlmission 35c October 31, 1938 N. A. A. C. P. HALLOWE'EN BALL G A Y NOVEL! EXCITING Music by SAMUEL HUSTON COLLEGIATES LIBRARY AUDITORIUM LOOKING RA( Lust wiM'k. ■ left stcr iarpo VIM M.I I'. W nil tr iti tin' Lime Star Association . . from Yoakum, P''Io, Austin an ing. the busines Baptist church thov also eamt ". and a perf evening at the beai of Dr. W. V. IJur. A I' • IV, re much too luis\ to keep v entertain,d • * • And spea'k- ■sday, ot' this week. found the and pharmacists in the role western distrirt ns- ciation of ■Iif.il, Dental ami Pharmaceutical i number of out-of-town members •toria, Gotiz;ib's, Taylor, San An • min. were present for the meet- ide of which took place at Second . Business over and done with, i for a delicious and exquisitely linner at tile l'ine Street Branch •vtly delightful stag Wednesday itiful New Braunfels Avenue home CO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 October 1938

i'ltlDAY, OCTOBKR 28, irrrjo ALAMO CITY BRIEFS Improving iliams, and in Galveutoa and llous- Aftcr two weeks of confinement | ton where they wore guests of «« lua lion it-, 223 Nuriu Mesquttc, J. R. Jackson ih rapidly improv- ing from a nail Infection. Leaves for School Miflfi Matilda 8teen, UL'7 Indiana Street, left Saturday for Cotulla, Texas, where she will begin her school work. Ill Mrs. Moses Bradley,- 025 Lom- brano Street, has boon confined to her home bit: October 10, suffering from high blood pros- snrft and heart troul)le. Hho is still n 1cr tho care of a physidnn. In Kansas Mrs. Carrie A. liaylor, 1503 Ksaex Street, Is still visiting her nioce, Mrs. May Zelma Stell Wal- lace and friends in Wichita, Kansas. She also viwitod several other Kansas towns with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace. Mrs. Baylor reports that her health has improved wonderfully. Returns 111 At the homo' of her aunt, Mrs. Stamps, 515 Dawson Street, Mrs. Leona Como has returned ill, it Is reported. Enjoy Visit Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 October 1938

isium- SAN nNTONIO lUBOISTBK rrffDAY, OCTUBElt 28, 13.16 4 activities ft CHURCHES Thoughts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Evangelist of tlio SouthWMt Texas Conference. A. M. K. Church Woo be unto tlii> pastors that destroy anil scatter the sheep of my pastures! saitti the l-oril. Ye have scatter- ed ist) flock ami ilrivcu then away; I will visit Bjxm jrau the c\il of jour Hointts, suitU the Lord. .ler. 2I>. !•«. T. E. Marshall ef Kenwood. All of the Christian furo* are im- yitt'd to come auU help in thlo nor sulnst SiiUu and his king- dom, twniimln* October ItO. The night service* were good. The lustor's subject was token from St. Matthew. 1 :"1. His sermon win interesting and enjoyed by alt BETHEL A. M. E. •core, *iid tbeu tossed a couple of touchdown posses for the others. Southern out-tlrst-downed the losers 20 to 2, with Hill, Mur- ray. and Walker having groat days. ijwe tiin Beats Bishop ndit Under ideal weather conditions, Langston Lions copped their initial Southwester...

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

JWWwo iy>u5. itzft&z if.-. AHtjitff! k-rrw * - P<u4 0*11. Y 3"« ** n ui " COULD 700 GET MOKE f UK A NICKEL? They solicit your support. RIGHT JUSTIN - PROGRESS VOL. 8—NO. 31 HAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, Fii NOVKMBKH 4, 1938 PKICB FIVE CENTS $75,000 Wiimer In Sweepstakes Won't Quit Job Chi Pullman Porter to Be Retired With Pension In Three Years ▼ Th* A««nelBtrd Nfcrro Prtsf. CHICAGO, 111.—Royal E. Spu-- lark, Pullman porter between Chi- cago and San Francisco for 27 yearn, returned here, Friday morn- ing, richer by $7.r>,000 tlian he had ever hoped to be. His horse won that amount for him by flu- Jfdilng second in the Cesarewllch itakes at Newmarket, England. Northwestern station was the scene of n royal welcome when the winner. got off the Overland Limited around 8:30 Friday morn- ing. The entire family of the fin- year-old porter, lodge brothers, and friends, as well as reporters and photographers were present. Later, he was guest of honor <it several get-together*. Rut his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 November 1938

I'UFO ✓ TEXAS Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 -1416 Sen ^uan St. permit this type or ibow toTtta, who die,: Monday m<wnln«. ew " Ott ...... tfrinvtl I t«M lilvVS of Clare to operate here. It all started when | a carnival that showed here for a week had a Negro minstrel where the entire publle was in vited, including children, aud therr were sueh tuts 33 the "Strip Teaser" nud the "Harlem Stomp". This brought many protests frcm 1 vurents, with their being cent to the city council, where they g>t results. MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE The minds of the entire citizen- W TRW AY. NOVEMBER J A? - \ I - Lincoln U. (Mo.) Prexy Entertain^ F ch Academy, University Faculty ^^^CTerlstica of children of p school age and immediately I ilie target for a bombn blfl, Dr. \V. R. Talbot, C. A. HIue, flreene, Fletcher, G. R. Cotton, Hr. Scruggs lleariold, (front), M. E. Carroll, M. C. Lang- ford, M. 0. Hardiniah, I well, H. O. Conk, The city council frowned upon i Mrs. Olacia I. Hayden, fro...

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

■'J ' *,$58 '■ " ■■ . ' 'M ■ fttttJAT, NOVEMBER 4; 1938 ' iijpwiiiliipWBaMBBMwgawaawBB- TTTUEfc \i w 11 1 -'^r— One ofSoutliernConference'sBeStEnds SCHEDULE LOCAL Friday, November A Phlllls Wheatley high va. Gonzales high, Tech Field. SOUTHWESTERN Saturday, November 5 Southern vh. Dlliard nt ScolKind- vllle, La. Wiley vh. Philander Smith at Marshall, Texas. Sam Huston vs. Jarvls at Jarvls, Texas. Bishop vs. Arkansas State at Pine Bluff, Ark.* (Homecoming) Prairie View vs. Xnvler at New Orleans, La. (Homecoming) OTHERS Friday, November i Miner vs. Livingston at Washing- ton, D. C. Alabama State vs. Morris Brown at Birmingham, Ala. Saturday, November 5 Wilberforce vs. Lincoln (Mo.) it Xenla, Ohio. Kentucky State vb. West Virginia State ab Institute, W. Va. Howard vs. It:1 mpton at Hampton, Va. LeMnvne ve Mi,rehouse at Atlan- ta, Go. Shnw vs. Virginia State at Raleigh, N. C. Tuskegee vs. Florida A. & M., at Tallahassee, Fla. Morgan vs. North Carolina A. k T., at Baltimore, Md. J. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 November 1938

■ H ■ •oua SAIN ANTt rMO_« .. sw !■ V .ttiDAK, NOVEMBER 4, i aa RAN ANTONIO RKUINTKR A Publication Dedicated to Kigbt, Justice, and Jfrogres* PTBLIRBIO WIDAV Of «*CB WWI Bt THK RKfilSTKR PITBI.ISH1NO COMPANY orrci aoi * wm PtinFi «TR*rr PHONE CATII h III! ,L 17-1 . . V. 0. BO* '.MS UA.N tniUMU. IK1AW ttnund u Mcona-ciiu. muttx 11m . t « «* l""" om<* " Ban *moi.Kx lou under Act 01 March I 1171. Advertising ruin 'urnUhed on tgnHC Subscription rate.: I year fa.ou; • mo u IWI; ain*l. copy. 6c. UTIONU *OVCRTI«INQ HtMMfNTATIVM W . COm CMICA*®. hew row* OB 4N6ILIi. ROCHUTIR KANSAS ClTV ANO IAOO« aoto COAT. A^WICA (U M«W MAtTIR SHOULD B« IN OUR OFFICt TUUOAY NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MAtTIR MUST SI PLAINLY WRITTEN ANO ON ONLY ONE • ID* OR COPV SHEET TMS RIGHT TO CONPfNSB MATTER EOS CONVENIENCE OR lAFETT IS nESERVtO UNLESS SUCH MATTER IB RAID EOS. I JL -V... [Contributions Editorials CHRIST ro it ALL-ALL FOR CHRIST FEA RES Science, Arts Opinions Thy ««d VALMO C BELLINGER— JOSEP...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 November 1938

±Y, NOVEMB Question will be answered FREE in tbia column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your full name. birthdate. and correct addresa to your letter. For a Private Reply" ... send only (2Sc) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope tor my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. Send all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, care ol THE SAN iNTONIO IIKUI6TRR. P 0. Bo* 1538. Sao Antonio. Texai. J. L. W.—My luwtmnd deserted mj-self and ohlldrc*n Kcvernl weens ago. I am a moral, Christian passing at about the enme time Mrs. Hllllard discovered the tire. woman, and wish to lire up to my ti> "otise the occupants tows. What can I do? Arts: If it were not for tiie children, 1 would advise you to ghrily a!lo him to go his way, ns it is certain lie isn't worthy of the love of a woman of your character. Make every effort to- of the residence, positive that soiuc one was inside. Failing, he smash- ed a panel of the door, unlocked it, and we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 November 1938

' c Activities Alamo KKUMY, NOVEMHKH MarianAndersoiiMusic Club Presents Annual Recital, Thursday, Nov. 17 J Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flowers Entertain Usher Board Heads Last Sunday afternoou, October 30, from four to wven o'clock, amid Hallowe'en decorations with the table centered with marigolds, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flowers honored, at their home, IMS To- THE widely lieiklded Marian Anderson Music club, under the capable direction of Mrs. Valerie Deslandes, will be presented in its second annual recital Thursday evening, No- vember 17, at Library Auditorium. A highly diversified program will be rendered in two! tonmc street, Mrs. J. b. Gnnther parts, embracing every type of music from the popular and president of the Bethel A. M. K. ever beloved Negro spiritual to grand opera. The first portion | church usher board, with a very of the enter'..:inment, which will j ■ . . feature the ensemble, will include j "Show Me" State Charmer Vrstts fuicli outstanding numbers as •'Pilgrim's Chorus" fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 November 1938

>1*<< 3wm\l1M*. >ay. November 4k im Phi Lyric Baritone• Church News V I II III III 11 ■i i rr-. jiaBm I'niiergoes Knife Irs. Willie llclle Harris, 211 l-guson Street, underwent an ^ration recently for the removal her appendix. She has been ended by her slater, Mrs. Helen ^rris of Texarkana, who ac- npanled lier to that city where will spend a month recuperat- Departs |Mrs. L. H. Hawkins left Wed- Mday, October 20. for St. Louis, blcago, and New Orleans. Visits Sister I Miss Helen Mae Utiles, Corpus hristl, formerly of San Antonio. the weekend guest of her ster, Miss Rosa Utiles. She was titertalned Sunday evening with buffet luncheon with Miss Win- Jle Bislirtp as hostess :ind later witnessed the wedding of her Brother, Roger Stiles and Miss Kola Bell Johnson. She returned Ionic Monday night, reporting a fiensant trip. Married ! Miss Hannah II. Robinson and [ir. Preston Jenkins were quietly Iiarrled Tuesday morning at the nine of the bride's parents, Mr. nd .Mrs. H. Robi...

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

EgM ■ * BIGHT flood Oota Know it ia Flour ««ual kour with Suj^tlnlmdeot | * t • B. Karl aud ttacbtra pM«ot T,ie| U II 1 0 H PIONEER FLOUR MILLS KAN ANTONIO. TEXAS ACTIVITIES Wih. CHURCHES li I Irsrtro was review *1 bj tin I Tula wing a warm ' I co 4uct«4 by Mi* ... I choir readansl spiritual oongs. ll:3U o'clock, the pastor preached (rom the subject, "Christ the Go*- ernor". B. T. 8. wa« held on time with Brother Earl lu charge. Tht missionary women rendered « apiritual program. We are look- ing forward to a great mivai conducted by Kev. H. C. Cannon. Tuesday, Notember 1 to the 10. Every one Is invited to attend the play sponsored by tbe Sunday school November 11. The Rer. I W. G. Merriweatber and members I are doing great things over here i for the Lord. Visitors are always welcome. Mrs. y. E. ltichardson, ! reporter. Thoughts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Evangelist of the iouthw*at rezas Confer«n«e. A. M. B. Church The day will come when the Lord will gather together his flock ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1938

.£ PATRONIZE Kegiiter AdvertUeral They solicit your support. SA7W Register RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS ONLY 5c WHERE COULD YOD GET MORE FOR A NICKEL? VOL. 8—NO. 32 SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, FKIflM', N<)VKMBKK II, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS Attacker of Child Remains at Large Find No Trace of 53-Year Old Rapist VICTIM IS II Nat'l "YW'Post K. C. Seeks Aid From Santone on Forming Chamber Police Say State-Wide Alarm Fails to Bring Lead DESPITE a state-wide alarm for his apprehension, a Sail Antonio man, said to be about fifty-three yea** old, who, on Thursday, October 27, ravish ed an eleven-year-old school girl, has eluded arrest. Snn Antonio officers liave ex- pressed the belief that the man has fled the city, and Is hiding In some Isolated section. A de script ion of the inspect Is said to have been sent to every police de- partment In the state and section, and has also been broadcast by radio, hut no clue has been un covered, according to local officers, a* to the fugitive's whereabouts. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1938

rwo _JL _ Mtl AKTUNIO AUUIffu FKLPAY, ;NOVBwjSB 11, 193| !' 1 '• i" t ' * TEXAS COMMUNITIES- "and SCHOOL NEWS mi Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll-T«lephon« 3443 • 1416 Sin Juan St. HISTORY OF AMERICAN | Miss Sarai Francis Scott woo EDUCATION WEEK ! flrs I>ruv' 11 fuU to* of ""sortid TIiv American I>«ion lnvim.'! grocerie.; *'ConJ prize was won Interested in edncntlnn because, | by Tbelma White, and CToyne CM- during tile great war, 1 !if non won third prize. This is au was revealed that many of the onnual affair given by this group men could not read or write, 4ml °' young business and professlor a great man? were physically nn- fit. This was in 1021: since that time, the ol^ervance of Atnericnn Education Week has been an- nually, its being a movement whose purpose was to set aside a special week for calling atten- tion of the people to the schooL Th - National Educational Asso- ciation, cooperating with the American Legion in 1921, began a program of education that tail «s its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1938

nWDAT, NOTEIHBB11 II, 1730 ANTONIO KEGI8TBB rmtBi WEEK-END SCHEDULE LOCAL Friday, November 11 Phillis Wheatley TH. Austin, Tech rleW- Sl3U POUTRWB8TKRK Friday, November 11 Prairio View v«. Bishop at Mar flhnll, Texas.* Saturday, November 12 Texas college rs. Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Ark.* \Tlley vs. Langston, at Marshall, Texas.* (Homecoming) Ttllotson ts. Wary Allen at Crockett, Texas. OTHERS Friday, Novonher 1,1 LeMoyne vs. Kentucky Slate at Memphis, Tenn. Clark vs. Claflln at Atlanta, On. Lane vs. Alabama at Montgomery, Ala. Miner vs. N. Carolina Teachers at Washington, D. C. Saturday, November 12 'Caver vs. Morris Brown at Atlan- ta, (Ja. i 'toward vs. St. Paul at Lawrence- ville, Vs. 'win. .State vs. W. Virginia at Nashville, Tenn. 'ampton vs. 'Morgan at Baltimore, Md. •nedict vs. Morristown at Morris- town. aw v.v Virginia Union at Rich- mo ml, Va. 07th Carolina A. A T. vs. Vlr- pirla Stiit< at (Ireenfll)oro, N.C. V)i;!h Carolina A. & M. va Florida at r! lllahassre, Fla....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1938

roufc SAN ATVTOVlO WC<;iSTKR . ...DAT, NOVEMBER 11, 1938 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Kigbt, Justice, and Progress PUBLISHED FBIDAf Of EACH WUB SI THE KKGISTKR PUBLISHING COMPANY OFF1CK 207 NORTH ORNTHK STHEKT PHONE CATHKDKAI, 1721 - - P. O. BOX ISM OA.\ A.NLOMO. fEXAS Entered as sscond-ciass mutter May 6, 1911. at the Post Office at Sao Antonio, l'txas, under Act of March I, 1879. Advertising rates furnished on request. Subscription rates: 1 year. fB.OO; • months. $1.25; single copy, 6c. NATION**. fcnvERTlilNO RSPRSSENT ATI VCS W B. tiFF CO- CMICA«®. MCW VORK, LOS 4NG(Lfl. SOCMBSTKR. KANSAS ClTV AND l-AOOS. GOLD COAST. AFRICA ALL NBWS MATTSS SHOULD BR IN OUR OrFICt BT TUBS DAY NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTER MUST SI PLAINLY WRITTEN AND ON ONLY ONF BIDS OP COPY BMEE1. THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER PAS CONVENIENCE OR SARETY IB RESERVED UNLESS BUCH MATTER IS PAID ROD. Science, Arts Contributions intons oria Tid Bits From The Week's News] VALMO C BELLIN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1938

/IUDAY, NOVEMBER II, 193& SAN BTONIO REGISTER rrv m - St, Louis Building Project Picketed NOTE: YOUR Question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your iull name, birtbdate, and correct address to your letter. For a "Private Reply" ... send only (25c) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope {or mv new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. e Send all letteri to: ABBE WALLACE, care of THE SAN ANTONIO KRttlRTKK. P. 0. Uox 1398, San Antonio, Texu. X. T. F.—I am RcttlBK too old to do hard work. Tlease toll mc what my best occupation will bo, prcachlng or some otlicr work? At five o'clock. Dr. Boyd was the honored Ruefit «t a banquet given at First Baptist clmrcS, present at which were the Keva. Ans: One to the fart that yoy. Dukes, Johnson, Wilnou, re well respected and liavo made WUkInson Steward, and Jackson. nliu.y friends through yowr church V||Slnffi professloual, an(1 prom. assoriations...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1938

Ill SAP! 4NT0KIC KEOTKTKB FRIDAY, NOVEMTOR 11, 193S O C I IE T Y Alamo City € A ctivitUi u IB § Marian Anderson Club to Present Music Musical Extravaganza, Nov. 17 \FTER w«eks of ■ feverish rehearsals and planning, the Marian Anderson Music club announces that all is in readiress for its sccc.'d annual musical extiUvaganza which will be presented nos: Thursday evening'. November 17, at Library Auditorium. The groap. which embraces some of the finest music talent in this section, is under the capable at ' efficient direction of Mrs. Vn year's prop far. excel tion which th<> belt i Antonio, from the spiritual t< featured on IIIU I)' Ev 1 M'-l udiv-, and tit perfectly bali'L ed pros ram. Miss to, by Zepharine Hay. lovely lyric , > *nta prano, ami William Modster will my a- be featured as soloists. i Smii Popular prices will prevail, ttie mUMc proceeds to go to the club's schol- Nogr arship fund. The curtain will he rise promptly at eight - thirty >d ana J o'clock. To Ele...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1938

-t-h .'•KIPAY, NOVEMBER 11, 193b (IAN AMTONIO KEQISTER ftEVKN Alamo City Briefs Visit Relative, 1(i«. Juanlta Dixon Lewi", #10 South Elne Street, ami tier baby daughter, Flora Ann, left Buniny night for Waxntaaclile, Texas, where they will spend « week Tlaltlng with their grandmother and other relatives and friends. 7 heir Program One of Air's Best | Week-End To Reside Here J. D. lteed, formerly of Okla- homa City, Oklnliomn. Is in the city to establish Indefinite resi- dence. Visits Brother Mr. C.« W. Stevens, Los Anceles, California, father of Charles Stevens, 413 North rin« Street, is In the city, having been called to the bedside of his brother, Mr. J. W. Robinson, IfiftT West Hous- ton Street. Visits Parent* Mr?. Lucille Jackson, New Or- leans, Louisiana, Is In the city risitlng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Davis Williams, 314 Micklejolm Street. - -♦—— Prond Parents Mr. and Mrs. James Westley are the prond parents of a baby son, JamoB Arthur, Jr., born Sat- urday morning, November...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 November 1938

pp"" CIGHT SaJJ ANTONIO RBGI3TH FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1933 Qood Cooks Know It Is Reliable Pioneer - —v and White Wings Flour i. Instruction, Practice Furnished Portland Youngsters by WPA Federal School of Music © ipsoh PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAX ANTONIO, TEXAS P I c! activities M it* CHURCHES Thoughts To Ponclsr By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN vanjiuitst of the Southwest ■ C total*, ▲. M. M. Church Humanity was made to be heautifnl. God's ideal for man was spotless loveliness, ( Man was made in God's imavre. but ^in has left its trail everj where. We see k><n < thing of its debasement wherever we go. Nothing: unclean i> lovely. KM) BAPTIST 1). Dukes, Pastor • uMivlent Ly A - . did review t II. L. Price. Pra led by the pra /r\ - f/k Langston ...... Wiley Sdiithirn — Prairie View Texas College Arkansas Bishop . Note—A "lie game counts m half-game won ami a half-game lost. .87# .625 .800 .300 .500 .191 .259 I* Portland, Oregon—Youngsters of the Negro Federal School of Music, part of the ...

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