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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1932

PAGE FOUR ft A N ANTONT I REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL" 29.1982. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Published Friday ol Each Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Offlec b. Commerce St. Phone Crockett ltw.* —1 t). box 371 San Antonio, Trial at the post Offlee at San Antonio, ilng rates lurnlnheU on request. 12.00; 0 monthi, flX; Single Copy, 5c. Entered as sccond-class matter May S, 1931, Texas, under Act of March 3, 1ST). Advertising rates furnished on request. 8LBSCIUPT10X RATES: I year. ' - - VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treaaurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, S*crcUry J. D. Lcwery, Jr.. J. W. Holland— W. L. Walker J. A. Jame P. E. Mclntyre— Sporta Editor -Contributing Editor _Advertiainf Manager —Circulation Manager All new* matter tiould be In our office by WetltiMriay noon to appear In current iMur Nf*< matter mu.1 be plainly written and on only one tide of ropy abeet The right to coniiena...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1932

FRIDAY, APRIL 29,19S2. SAN ANT0NIOREOJSTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas VV. L. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Houston St. Phone Cr. 7986 WhertYfr You B«, Ring Crockett 2373 We Never Clote TEE BKLLINCEK AUTO LIVEKT One or Four, 9 Miles 50c Owned and operated by H. L. THOMPSON At 134 E. Commerce, San Antonio Wa Waah. p«Ii h, grtaae and repair care New (even Passenger Straight Eifht Hudson Sedans, 1 or 4 Passengers, 3 mile, 50c. Ask for Earl Smith or Eddie William, Cr. 2373 The Bellinger Auto Liv- ery. We nerer cloae. The Old ! New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. & ESTELL BARNES, Propi. Phone M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 725 So. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D. D. S. 608 H E. Commerce, Cr. 6319 Travis 4032 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTI8T MRS. MAYME J. BREWER Office Assistant Weekly payment! can be arranged 608'/j E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Travis 1494 — — Re,. Phone Travis 9833 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN. M. D....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1932

PAGE SIX SAN ANTQ Society K Clubs TORES r < REC.ISTfiR rRlDAY, APRIL 29,1932. K K Personals Bishop Brooks an< Stepteaus Fete 1 We Cordially Invite Your Patronage There are many reasons why your drug: purchases should be concentrated to a Sommers Druff Store. Outstanding facts point us out as a home-owned institution where you save part of every dollar spent. Courtesy and Serv- ice are extended every Sommers' customer. Visit one of our conveniently located stores and participate in the values listed blow. (PARTIAL LIST) FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS On the e*"e of their leaving the General Conference of the M. E. church which open* in Cl« 6c 10c Lifebuoy Soap 50c Pint Rubbing 07^ Alcohol blC 60c Williams QQf* Shaving Cream . www and Aqua Velva 50c 5-lb. Sack Epsom Salts w I C $1.00Pt. Russian iQ. Mineral Oil "FwC 50c Moth-proof Garment Bags 3 for $1.00 39c 25c Feena- mint 50c Ipana Tooth Paste $1.50 Petrola- trar $1.00 Nujol 50c Stillman's Freckle Cream.. 40c Castoria 17c 33c 98...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1932

FRIDAY, APRIL 29,1932. SAN AWTOytQ REGISTER PAGE SEVEN MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM MONDAY, MAY 16 "IN ABRAHAM'S BOSOM" 'Amateur Daddy' Coming to Empire Warner Baxter in "Amateur Daddy" with Marian Nixon in the srineipal feminine role, is th screen offering at the Empire Theatre, beginning Next Saturday. The etory, which i bated on Mil- dred Cram's popular novel, "Scotch Valley," ia said to deftly combine drama with romance, and though the films has jta momenta of pa- thos there is a delightful under- current of sparkling humor ever preaent. The picture is said to give Bax- ter a role that cquala in heart ap- peal his loveable characteriiation in "Daddy Long Legs," and Miss Nixon as the waif ia aaid to give atirring a portrayal as has come to this screen this year. In the other featured roles arc Rita LaRoy, William Pawley, Da- vid Landau, Joe Hachey, Joan Breslaw, Gail KornfeW and Krank- ie Darro, the last four being rated high among the leading child play- ers of the screen. The film was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 April 1932

page eight «Al* ANTO register J. (). Robinson Speaks Over Air Th# follow inc u a pe*-h de- lircred over station KONO laat Sunday afternoon by J. O. Rob* imon, secretary Colored Citizens El. Committee. It ifl repro- duced below by request: TO Ol'R RADIO LISTENERS, GREETING: Wt do not flatter oumelves that wa have any n«w thought to offer that it is incumbtnt upon you to j JACOB CHAPEL NOTES •ncourage tha economic advance- Dr. E. Kellty, fifld seer*- mant of tha Negro. Conditions of tary, is in the midit of our great- mora than threa centuries * e est rtvival meeting. Every night made dependence upon you and re- I the auditorium is packed. The liance upon your advice a part of meeting closes with n all-day serv- hii nature. Why not teach him Su"<i y •' 3:30 P- m- The how to begin at the bottom; and. church will have a memorial Mr*- by combining his slender resources ic# for the late Dr. J. W. Weakley, in a co-operative way, climb stead- Dental Hints I (jjktttl Reaper FRIDAY, APRIL ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1932

h- VISIT THE FAIR'S REORGANIZATION SALE DUposiiiK of rntlr* Block at Wonderful Bargains lhsnsmp '• • «• « .• MlMt Saw itjvtotvio register RIGHT • JUSTICE. PROGRESS VWIT THE FAIR'S REORGANIZATION SALE Disposing of ratlre stork at Wonderful Bargain" VOL. II.—NO. 6. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1932 5c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C. B.) Orphanage Still Benefit Crime Does Not Pay N.A.\ .C.P. Reorganizes John Rice to Speak Honorable Paul Steffler, commis- sioner of streets this week donated the roofing to b« used on the Ella Austin Orphanage. Since the fire, the boys have been living in the rear of the de- stroyed structure and the girls in a nearby private house. Meanwhile, the citizens of San Antonio have been attempting to fulfill their avery need until such time as it seems adviaable to proceed with the long delayed building program. W. C. White, prominent contrac- tor and builder, with a force of car- penters have agreed to do all nec- essary repair work to make the old home habi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1932

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONln nEfllSTER FRIDAY. MAY 6.1932. Out'of'town News and rjappenings in Southwest Texas Del Rio News Victoria News Lockhart News Mrs. Hawkins enroute to her home in Victoria from California. At Sunday School at Palestine The M. P. Church paitor, Rev. j _ visited Mr. and Mrs. Kennis Pricf Btptj,t church. Pastor Wot gave C. C. Cyphen, ia sick. Reverend j '"If dti j a very practical and illustrative Stone took charge of his work and Mrs. Besne Taylor and son Ben, ' r ...... 1 and three friends. Howard Davis, review of the lesson. At the noon preached a soul-itimng sermon. Daniel Brandford, and Eugene Car-1 "Life's Mysteries." The subject penter. attended the ball game in was well taught and enjoyed by all. Brackettville Sunday. I pt,(or west was relieved from Messrs. Clifford Hamlin and L. . , , _ . 'It. Welch of San Antonio are here m«ht "n,ic" b> *•*««*«« Brook, to join Buster Williams and his Joshus. Ha delivered a vary en- Del Rioans. oouraging sermon. Everyone en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1932

FRIDAY, MAY 6. 1932. S A y ANTpWU! Er.i8TEH PAGE THKEfc | SPORTS J^PAGEg. Gleanings From the Sports World -B y- Js D. "FATS" LOWKRY, JR. There i« quite ■ scramble in the big leagues. The Giants, Cardi- nals and A'«, jus' can't get atart- ed. Waa Ferrell la going great with Cleveland, winning five atraight games, Honte Weaver of Washington is being touted aa a batter firat-year man than either Derringer of the Cards, or Gomel of the Yanks, having beaten the A'a three timea this year. The White Sox ire atill trading, not having but the one infield- er now that they had in spring training. Hafey, Herman, ind Douhit of the Cincinnati Reds appear to be the claaa of the Na- tional League iif the outfields; Jim Bottomley of the world's cham- pion Cards, has been benched, Jim Collina moved to first base and Blades to left field. Detroit is de- livering for Bucltey, Harris and the Yanks under McCarthy are knocking the ball lopsided. Don't forget our own Indians. They flogged 23 innings of ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1932

PAGE FOUI SANANTONlO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1932. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress VIEWS and VISIONS By WILLIAM H. BROWN WISE CRACKS t*ublifche<l t-rlday ot bach Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office w'hVj t Commerce St. rhotu Crockett 1MB—1" O. Ikx Tt San Antonio, T*ui Entered ot secoml-daas matter Mo* S, 1S3I, at the pott office at San Antonio, Tent. uiMtrr Act of Mercli 1. ]«T9. ^(1,f rtl.lns ratal lurnlshed on rrquest. Sl'MCMPTION RATES: 1 year, 13.DO; S monlba. II.ZS. Single lop;, tc. VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. D. Lowery, Jr. J. W. Holland W. L. Walkar J. A. James. MOTHER Arm are reaching out to me arrow the seara. They are tk« | Mt sisn or woman to know whan to lacred arma In all the world. Thay are my Mother'i arms. Once thay were strong and virile. They are not so steady _ Thay art feeble: she is old and withered and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1932

1 FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1932. Business Directory Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas W. L. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Hou ton St. Phon* Cr. 7988 Wbcrevcr You Be, Ring Crockett 2173 We Never Close THE BELLINGER AUTO LIVERY Oat or Four, 3 Mile* 50e Owned ud operated by H. L. THOMPSON At 634 E. Commerce, San Antonio We Waeh. fellah, create and repair care New aeven Passenger Straight Eight Hudson Sedtni, 1 or 4 Passengers, 3 miles 50c. Aik for Earl Smith or Eddie William* Cr. Z373 The Bellinger Aoto Lir- ttj. We never cloae. The Old New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wir. A ESTELL BARNES, Propi. Phone M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 725 So. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D. D. S. 6084 E. Commerce, Cr. 6319 Travis 4032 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST MRS. MAYME J. BREWER Office Assistant Weekly payments can be arranged 608 Vi E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Travis 1404 — — Res. Phone Travis 9833 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Answered D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1932

PAGE STX Society DEEP CUT PRICES Friday and Saturday 50c Jean's Brilliantine . 29c 50c Bost Tooth Paste 29c $5.00 Inecto $3.98 50c Dew Deodorant .... 42c $1.00 Cot.v's Face Powder With Perfume FREE 89c 35c Tiz Foot Powder .. 17c 29c 39c 24c 89c 39c 39c 33c 48c 59c 63c 39c REGISTER K FRIDAY, MAY 6. 1932. Personals 35c Energine 60c Fordhan's Tooth Paste 40c Bayer's Aspirin Tablets (24's) .. $1.00 Watkin's Muls. Shampoo 50c Klenzo Muls. Shampoo FACE POWDER ... 50c I pan a Tooth Paste 60c Bromo Seltzer 75c Dextri-Maltose 85c Kruschen Salts 60c Neet 50c Java Rice 10c Life Buoy Soap .... 6c $1.00 Roxburv Fountain Syringe 49c $1.00 I.isterine 69c 50c De Quimet Body Powder 29c $1.25 S S S For the Blood 98c $1.50 A parol $1.14 $1.50 Pinkham's Vegetable Compound $6.50 Renaud's Perfume (Assd. Odors.. (Special for Mothers' Day) $1.00 I'pjohn's Citrocarbonate RADIO Tl'BES 227 Only wmvndw Extra Special 98c 98c 89c 19c ac^R MALI (rom DRUG LONELY HEARTS musician] By MISS ANSWER, BOX 372 All questio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1932

FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1932. SAN ANTf'Mo REGISTER PAGE SEVEN MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM MONDAY, MAY 16 "IN ABRAHAM'S BOSOM" "S,™ St. Theresa Guild On Monday, April 18, 1932, the well appointed home of Mrs. Vic- toria Wilaon, 117 Magendie street, was the scene of beauty and mer- ry-making when St. Theresa Guild, a club composed of Catholic La- diet of the City celebrated their "first anniversary." Flowers of '"Iprlng reigned supreme. Mrs. Ethel Tumpkins, the very progres- sive president of the Guild, presid- ed, and Mrs. Wilton, the charming hostess did herself proud. There were over a score of invited guests. A deligntful menu was served. Progressive whist and dancing to delightful music were the amuse- menta indulged in. Mrs. Thelma Waiters of SIS S. Gevers atreet was hostess to the Uuild Monday night, April 25, at her home. Owing to the seiious illness of the mother of our genial president, who was absent, Mrs. C. M. Thomas presided. After a short business session a delightful Mex- ican lupper ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 May 1932

PAGE EIGHT Douglass High Students Hear Noted Speakers 1 Student* of Douglass High School were tddrosfd la.«t Monday in their assembly exercise* by Dean Pickens, field representative •f the X.A.A.C.P.. and Prof. Thos. B. Portwood, assistant superinten- dent of the city schools in San Antonio. Dean Pickens was in the «ity as the guest of the N'.A.A.C.P. before whom he delivered sn ad- dress at St. Paul Church in the in- terest of their membership cam- paign In his usual inimitable style, Prof. S. J. Sutton introduced Dean Pu kens to the students . Dean Pickens was at his best in addressing the students according to comment by those who have heard him before taking for the theme of hi* address "Preparation for Service." He inspired within his hearers a keener desire to know more of the history and the accom- plishments of the race with which they are identified. Prof. Portwood, who was not present when Dean Pickens made his address, made a speech al^ng •imilar lines, saying in part: "I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1932

VISIT THE FAIR'S REORGANIZATION SALE Disposing of entire stock at Wonderful Bargains LflHMMF 4 'l a. umimm mimi Saw 43vtomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE ■ PROGRESS VISIT THE FAIR'S REORGANIZATION SALE Disponing of entire stock at Wonderful Bargalna iwmm Ml K. Honiton HtrMt VOL. II.—NO. 6. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY,13_ 1932 5c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C. B.) Building Down. M. E. Church T takes a Stand. A. M. E.'s Wrangle. OUST TWO A. M. E. BISHOPS ^ i - Without delving into th* merits •nd demerit* of the fracas now going on in New York between the National Newa and the Colored Merchant* Anociation, certain item* of poor management atand •ut to prominently until mention it forced. The officials of this infant gro- eery organisation by some strange business manipulation have located their main offices near Broadway and Times Square, paying the con- sequent penalty of unnecessary high rental fees. Again charges come forth to the effect that literature concerning the company's affairs repre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1932

PAGE TWO R_AN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. MAY 13. 1932 .Out-of-town News and Uappenings in Southwest Texas ♦ | Del Rto News The mirrnge of Mr. Lindrum Green to Miss iVah Jeff«r«on «u «,uietly aolemnuec Tuesday night May 8. m th* home of the pastor, Rev. L. J. Milone, who officiated. Thou present were: Misa Viol* Jefferson, the bride's sister, and Mrs. Henry Huddleson. Mr. Fra k Taylor of Brickett- *fl)e was here to consult a dentist. Mr. Henry Thompson is in Kerr- ville visiting relatives. Mr. Clarence Warrior Is home ■sain after visiting in San Anto- nio for two weeks. Mesdi<ncs Ada Williams. Geor- gia McBryint and their little aens, also Miss Helen Blanks, motored to San Antonio then to Kerrville to spend the week end. Saturday, May 1, a baseball game was played between the Bracket- ville Girl Team and the Del Rio Girl Team. The game was inter- esting during th* entire seven in- nings. A large number of spec- tators were present. Th* scores were 10-11 in favor of Brickett- ville. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1932

] FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1932. SAN ANTONjJ^JiilSTER FAGE THREE SPORTS PAGE Gleanings From the Sports World -By- J. D. "FATS" LOWERV, JR. The Colored aspirants for places en the Olympic Boxing Squad place in three divisions. Although elim- inated in the semi-finals, Slater was a sensation in the meet. Sla- ter predi c t c d last summer that he would win a place on the U. S. Team. We see that the Colored boys stole the spot- light in the his- toric Penn and Drake Rcl'vs. At Penn our Rrw> toolt urst in the 400 Meter Hu-dles, Javelin throw, first and second in the shot put, first in the high jump. Par- ticipated in five winning relay teams. At Drake our boys won the hundred yard dash, broad jump and discus throw and participated in two winning relav teurr. . Out of all these winners in such impor- tant meets we know that some of these boya will be *-earing the thield of the United States in the Olympics. Social Health Winners Receive Certificates THAT LITTLE CAME" int«r-matTfa^***^M|^-By^B....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1932

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTOMin REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1932 EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress FOR VOIR SCR AP BOOK O,, 7Ion? Song Tid Bits From IWeek's News Publishrd Krldtr of £«h b)f THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office «>«-, t Comnirrce St Pboot Crockett lOttt—I'. O. Box J7J San Antonio, Tern •• Mcond-rioM i tt r M«« I, 1M1, at the P"«t ofOt« it ban Antonio. Tfiafc under Act of Marcn 3, 1874. Advertising ratta lurnlthad on r i|ue t. SI BSCS IPT!ON BATES: 1 year, W.1UI; « month*. >t.l); Mn lf 1<T>. •* VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. D. Lowery, Jr.. J. W. Holland W. L Walker J. A. James P. E. Mclntyre— .Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor .Advertising Manager —Circulation Manager All newi matter ahould be In our office by We<lnead. noon to appear In current luue matter mu«t be plainly written and on only one ilde of ibeet The rla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1932

FRIDAY. MAY 13,1932. Business Directory Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas W. JL. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Houston St. Phone Cr. 7988 Wherever You Be, Ring Crockett 2373 We Never Close THE BELLINGER AUTO LIVERY Od« or Four, 3 Miles SOe Owned sod opersted by M. L. THOMPSON At 624 E. Commerce, San Anlonlo Ws Wash. p*li h. iriiii and repair cara New *tven Passenger Straight Eight Hudson Sedans, 1 or 4 Passengers, 3 miles 50c. Ask for Etrl Smith or Eddie William* Cr. 237.1 The Bellinger Auto Llv- ery. We never clot*. Minister Returns From Bishop Rev. I. H. Kelley, pastor Second Baptist church returned from Mar- shall, Texas, Saturday where he at- tended the Statewid* Ministers In- stitute in Bishop College. He states that ministers were there from many other atates and with great intarest ware seeking infor- mation. "Thi* proved to be one of the most enthusiastic and inspir- ing institute* for Ministers and Christian workers ever held amon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1932

\ > * PAGE SIX SAN AKmN'lO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1932 Society X Clubs K K Personals Friday and Saturday DEEP CUT PRICES $1.50 Folding Card Tablet . . 88c 50c Luxor Face Powder 39c 50c Miller Rubber Gloves 27c Tested No. 227 Radio Tubes 19c $1.00 Roxbury Syringes 49c $1.50 1 -lb. Betty Rae Creams 98c 35c Modess •■■■■■■ • 25c Collates Tooth Paste 19c 40c Vaseline Hair Tonic 34c 35c Pond's C reams 29c 50c Pepsodent .... 37c $2.00 S. S. S. Blood Builder $1.67 $2.00 S.S.S. Blood Builder $1.67 75c Dryco ■ ■■■■■■■■■ 54c 35cNonspi 29c 35c Revelation Tooth Powder 29c 50c Flit 29c 60c Caldwell's Syrup of Pepsin 48c 40c Castoria 28c 50c Ipana ■ • 33c 35c Gets-It for Corns 29c $1.50 Agarol $1.14 75c MI-31 Antiseptic Solution 59c $1.00 B. Paul's Henna 89c 50c Nadinola Bleach Cream 39c 75c 1 Lb. Rexill Theatrical Cream 57c 35c Odorono 29c 10c Livebuoy Soap 06c 50c Molle Shaving Cream 39c $1.25 Pinaud's Lilac Vegetal 89c $1.00 Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic 89c 50c 5 Lb. Sack Epsom Salts . . 36c $1....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 May 1932

friday, may 13, 1932. Lily of the Valley Club The Lily of the Valley Social Club met at the residence of Mr . Peyton, 932 Menchaca Street. The elub had an interesting business session. Two new members were added—Mrs. Williams *nd Mr. Henry. A visitor, Mrs. Mulllns, made a talk for the betterment of the club. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Patsy's residence, 932 Cu- lebra Avenue. II AM Starts Saturday I DAYS ONLY • in HlUUTOa MY SNA lOY O.NI.Y Did the Murdered Man know too much of Her Past? Now Showing at Empire Theater Beginning Saturday, at the Em- pire, Elissa Landi will be seen in her latest screen triumph, Henry King's Fox production, "The Worn- an in Room 13." This much dis- cussed photoplay, which was adapt- ed from the well-known Broadway stage success of the same name, also features Ralph Bellamy, Nell Hamilton, Myma Loy and Gilbert Roland. Heralded as a drama of powerful intensity, it is said to in- clude romance, tragedy, mystery and emotional conflict in its theme. Augm...

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