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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1932

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER "I "• FRIDAY. JUNE 3, 1932. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER / A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Publlahed Krldajr ol Each \V>«k by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olflre WMJ'-j k. Commrrcc St J'hona Crockett 1UK&— P. O. Bo 3?J San Antonio, Trtal Fntfrad aa wcond-rlax matter Ma; t, 1U1, al the poat ofn.a at San Antonio, Trua. under Act of MarcB 3. 1«"'J Advertt«tn« rate* furnished on request. SIBSCTIPTWN BATES: I J'ar, 13.00i 6 months, I1J5; Single Copy, 4c. VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. D Lowtry, Jr_ J. W. Holland— W. L. Walker J. A. Jamea W. H. Brown P. E. Mclntyre Sports Editor -Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor -Advertising Manager _ Contributing Editor -.Circulation Manager All new. matter should be In oar office by Wadnasday noon to appear In current Issua. News matter must be plainly written and on only one tide of 1 copy s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1932

FRIDAY, JUTTE 8, 1932. SAN ANTOgiPREGISTER rAGE FIVE Business Directory Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas W. L. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Houston St. Phone Cr. 7986 New Seven-Passenger Straight Eight Hudion Sedan*, 1 or 6 Passengers, anywhere in city limits, 60c. Ask for Earl Smith or Eddie Willlama Cr. 237S The Bellinger Auto Liv- ery. We nerer close. Wtirmr You B«, Hint Crockett 2373 We Never Close THE nEl.MM;Hit AUTO LIV1RT On* or Sit—1 mil*. 2Sc Owned sod operated by H. L. THOMPSON At 634 C. Commerce. San Antonio W« W««h. polish, treast and repair cara Civic Welfare of The Negro (By DRUCILLA HOISTON) Oklahoma City colored folk are Stead? employment, f..d par. ■•Ulna quite advanced in a huainoai ur.v lu.k. and Blblea. Write. Wllaan'a l kf1 M auvanceu in b Dusmess way. Kickanpe. Baa hi, Eaet Akron. Oku. i Out of the certificates of merit given to Negro business men of outstanding merit, three out of the first five went to Oklahoma Ci...

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

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. JUNE 3. 1932. Society X K Clubs a Personals Toilet, Home, Druf? Needs at Deep Cut Prices In the June Sale, 1st to 12th 50c Plaza Powder Compact .... 39c 23c Rexall Cold Cream 17c $1.00 .lawmin Face Powder.. 59c 25c Glycerine Rose Water ..~17c 50c Ml Shaving Cream 29c 35c Klenwi Facial Tissue 27c 50c Jasmin Cold Cream at 36c 50c Jasmin Vanishing Cream 36c 25c Lavender Talcum 16c 75c Beatty Rae Cue. Lotion; 49c 25c Orange Blossom Talcum.. 16c 35c Couettes. special 19c 50c Cascade Linen Pound Paper 40c Cascade Envelopes (50c) 75c Marsala 1-lb. Paper, flat 50c Marsala Envelopes. (50) 75c Nouville Playing Cards...—. 75c Noiseless Poker Chips 75c Puretest Rubbing Alcohol, pt 50c Bouquet Ramee Talc 75c Ut'xall Theat. Cold Cream 81.50 Betty Kae Clean. Cream 75c Betty Rae B. & A. Lotion $1.00 Lavender Body Powder $1.50 Flame de Glory Face Powder 50c Georgia Rose Talcum 25c Rexall Tooth Paste 35c Olympian Hair Oil 25c Olympian Ray Rum 50c Olympian Bri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1932

FRIDAY, JUNE 3. 1932. SAN ANTpyl? REGISTER PAGE SEVEN Lucky Strike Club Mrs. Willie Green wa« hoateaa to the Lucky Strike Club Wedneiday evening at her home, 1312 Dawaon Street Meeting wti called to or- der by the president Each mem- ber responded to the roll call with a quotation from Longfellow, A constructive buiineu session was held. Mr. John Green's applica- tion waa brought In to the club for membership. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Katie Emonds, 612 S. Hackberry street. The Greater Queen of Hearts The Greater Queen of Hearts Club met Sunday with Mrs. Jessie Carroll as hostess. Meeting was called to order with all members present with the exception of Miss Lucille Durham. The rooms were beautifully decorated with Shasta daisies and Larkspur. Those en- joying Miss Carroll's hospitality were Messrs. Marcus Adams, Glos- son and the Imperial boys. The Excelsior Social Club The club held their weekly meet- ing at the beautiful home of Mrs It. H. Jordan with Miss Ada Lee Barksdale...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 June 1932

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO ttSGlSTER FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1932. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICE Rev. R. J. Jordan. Pastor (fttim -Reaper Mr. Leroy Clay, 23, who died at JACOB CHAPEL NOTES The Art Club under the leader- ship of Mra. Eulalia Cawhord. J V k l sponsored a very successful church Cerner S. Hackberry end N*r..ka cirnivll last week. rt B Gr„n ho,piul May, Th* Echo Association, under the Brother Johnnie Johnson is very auspices of the Women". Home 'JS improving from th. ..rious 27. Fun.r.l..rvic-w.™h.ld u. . a . , c ior. .ccidcnt of a few weeks ago. from the residence, 211 Hildebrand issionary . . ic... jtCob Chapel Choir, Glee Club strMt, Interment in East View dan. president cozened at First ^ ^ hr0.dc„tfd KOSO CoU|nI FunfrlI Home Baptist Church from the -1th to ^ Sunday afternoon from 4:50 the 29th inclusive. An interesting ^.j 5:(X) p m ^half of the >n charge. buaineas session was held during I un,mI)|ove(j an,| hungry. It ii n- , , ™ «, j;~i .. the day and an m.pi«t,ond liter th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1932

h - Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers San Antonio register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II—NO. 10. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1932 6c PER COPY The Echo (By v. C. B.) Killings Continue;Probable Remedies Afro-American Women Borrowing Power Mr. Kinchion Re-elected With alarming rapidity Negroes ef this city continue to take the livea of one another. In mott of the case* to date all of the ele- ments of firat-degree murder have been vividly preient. Viewing this horrible situation in iti true light, the question of halting this mal- practice, now very deep rooted In the minds of our citizens, auto- matically comes up. Undoubtedly, the law-makers in Bur city and county governments will soon have to take due cog nisance of this growing peril, by legislating strenuously against pistol "toting" and knife carrying. San Antonio has more than its •hare of bullying individuals, who openly boast of the fact that they are n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1932

pac;e two SAN I TON'10 REGISTER friday, june 10, 1932. Ont'of'toivn News and Happenings in Southwest Texas % Ultl News Mr. and Mr«. Wm. Ellerson were entertained with * P rty w liama park on the beautiful bank* ef the Guadalupe River with Lillie Mm Wilcox a< hostess. The in- vitad guests were Mr. and Mr.*. Eur it, Mr. and Mrs. Chan. Wil- liam, Mr. and Mrt. E. Dobv, Mr. and Mm. Half Murphy, Mrs. Wal- lace Burns anil ions, Mr. Jarvis Bonner, Arnold Taylor. Mi Pearl Taylor, Mr*. Ruthie B. Wright; Mesdames Klnora (iaines, Rosa L. White, Erma Shelby, Inn Moore, X. Scott, Lillie White, Miss Ella J. Wilcox, E. Merriwether and J. A. Wilcox. The Jolly Girl* Social Club of Ceguin left about 8 p. m. to match a game of indoor ball with the West End Wonders of San Antonio. The acores were as follows: Kirst game 6-5 in favor of W. E. W.; accond game, 8-2 in faror of J. G. p. C. After the game the W. E. W. gave a party for the Jolly Girls. A palatable menu was served. The next meeting will be a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1932

f FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1932. SAN ANTONIO PAGE THREE J* SPORTS f: PAGE ji. s Wtores°N SPECIALS FRIDAY - SATURDAY Gleanings From the Sports World -By- J. D. "FATS" LOWERY, JR. Three Indicted for Conspiracy to Embezzle National Benefit Funds H and H Has New Container Washington.— (ANP)—Indictments charging John T. Rishcr, Mortimer F. Smith and Daniel M. Gary, partner to Risher in the brokerage firm of Gary and Risher, with em- bezzling $450,000 of the funds of the National Benefit Life Well, the rejuvenated Indians are ^ insurance company, and converting the same to their per- finally winning a few of those one- sona| us6i for the completion of the Masonic Temple, located | run games. Just think'of winninc j at 10th and You streets, n. w., were returned to Justice James two fames on five hits. Well, we| M. Proctor, by the District Grand Jury, Tuesday afternoon •re going places and doing things now. Here's hoping that we strike • winning streak of some duration. Colored organized baseball i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1932

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO EDITORIALS SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Fight, Justice and Progress register FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1932. Around Country With Our Schofl: By HORACE MANN BOND LN dFEA' TURES Topsy-Turry World I VIEWS and VISIONS t*ubll hr«l Friday of bach Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Offlre Mf :; h Commerce St. I bci)f t r xkftt !(*. —P O. bo* ra San Antonio, Tf&ea Pnier#d ■scaad-rlass m«ttrr \Uv 6. IM1. ■! the |K> t o(nre at &an Antonio, rSHrnidjr rt I Marc)i :t. !«:•> Adwrtisln* r«ln turnl«liM oni rfqunl. Sl'BS^Ril'l ION RNTKS; 1 >fnr, li lW; B month!, I12j, Mn*lf Cup*, 5c VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-Gener*! Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary Sterling Brown of Howard uni-', these men hav* fought Ion i* versity has written a new book of! gloriou*ly th* good educi ionil poem* that every Negro should get. I *•' ™ I , ,. ... . i twenty per cent of Negro* There is one poem I would like to re,d or commend to e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1932

FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1932. SAN ANTONIO CISTE: rACiE FIVE Business Directory Ht{adr •mploymtnt. good pty, Bochi and Riblta. Writ#, Wilton's Book Ktrhanc*. B * 122. Kant Akron, OMa. Chas. J. (ireenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas W. L. Walker Notary Public 1530 E. Houston St. Phone Cr. 7986 New Seven-Passenger Straight Eight Hudson Sedans, 1 or G Passengers, anywhere in cit> limits, 50c. Ask for Earl Smith or Eddie William* Cr. 237.) The Bellinger Auto LIt- erjr. We never close. Y.W. C. A. Notes The Y. W. C. A. Camp for adults at Seguin hat been rechristencd "Fern-Dell." So come to Fern-Dell July 8, 0, 10 and 11 and enjoy a va- cation. Low in price, but high in value. Far from the worries from Ufa, you can fish, row, awim, play ten- nis, eat dcliciously prepared meals and "laze" around in hammocks and camp cots, reading the news and magaiiincs. Missing "Blue Monday," you will return refreshed to the affairs of life renewed in energy to "carry on." Transp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1932

PAGE SIX SAN AN^nKlO REGISTER FRIDAY.JUNE 10. 1032. Society Saturday, Last Day Jane Thrift Sale SALE! X « Clubs Personals .Tic Modes-. Frida>. Saturday S">c One Pound Old English Wax, Friday. Saturday S1.00 Nujol. Friday. Saturday Special $1 25 S S S for the Wood. Friday, Saturday (Guaranteed Tested Radio Tubes. Special. Fritojr, Saturday 'Oc 50c Segal Razor Blades, with Razor Free. Friday. Saturday 50c In cram's Shaving (ream. I ri- and Sat.. 50c Salomint Tooth Paste, Fri. & Sat. 10c Lifebuoy Soap. Fri. & Sat. _.2Sc ...19c 59c 89c 19c 33c .29c .06c FREE! A 35c Lavender Talcum with each Lavender Shaving ( re;im at - -.3.>c 50c Plaza Powder Compact - 25c Retail Cold Cream $1.00 Jasmin Face Powder 25c Glycerine Ro*e Water 50c Mi Shaving Cream 35c Klenzo Facial Tissue 50c Jasmin Cold Cream at 50c Jasmin Vanishing Cream 25c Lavender Talcum 75c Betty Rae Cue. I-otion 25c Orange IJIossom Talcum 35c (,'ouette>. special 50c Cascade Linen Pound Paper 40c Caacade Envelope*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1932

FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1932. SAN ANTONIO B£gjSTER PAGE SEVEN Chqrmers Social (Hub The Charmers Social Club wit moat charmingly «nt«rUlned Sun- day evening". Mitt KM* May Bur- leson of 719 So. Chtrry street wai hostess. The setting was attrac- tive and elaborate. From aix un- til nin* there was a continuous in- flux of guests. Among the molt surprising and pleating were the Maura. Valmo C. Bellinger and J. T. Duncan. W* wera charmed to hava with ua theaa man who pro- poaa to make all cluba progressive. After the introductory remarks by Mr. Duncan, Mr. Bellinger, with his accustomed felicity of languarc spoke to us and our guests. Wc were pleased to hear him laud our nam* a* being attractiv* and fit- ting. Hla main topic of diacuuion waa "Trad* With Regiater Adver- sers for Beat Reaulta." He gave na three magnetic reaaons. They w*re: First, you get the best for ]**a; accond, you h*lp those who ar* Interested In you snd who help you, ind third, by full and hearty cooperation we aid the Regis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 June 1932

PAGE EIGHT SAN 'AwinVlO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1932. Past Masters' East End Forms Council to Meet New Council &rtm Reaper | Dental Hints At the last meeting of the Coun- eil. the by-Uw presented by Pu- trid Deputy 0. B. Shelby, A. R. Jernigan and Finley Greene w-ere unanimously adopted with but slight changes. As most of the masters would be out cf the city in attendance at the session of the Grand Lodge, it was thought ad- visable to omit the annual observ- ance of St. Johns day. At the meet- ing of tha Council to be held June 17, at Beacon Light Hall. 8:30 p. m. a report on the formation of a ju-1 venile organization will be the spe- cial feature; the committee having this in charge is composed of: Brothers Jernigan and Greene. A | full attendance of masters and past masters is expected as other mat- ters of interest to Masonry will come up. Word has recently been received that Prof. J. A. Kirk of Waco, for- merly Grand Master, has been se- riously ill for several weeks. I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1932

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers San ajvtomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. II.—No. 11. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1932. 5c PER COPY The Echo (By V. C, B.) President Addresses Graduates Interest Grows In Fate of St. Phillips Wilberforce Changes Heads GRADUATES—Miss Ruth Ann Bellinger, who has re- cently returned home, received her B. S. degree from How- ard University and has the distinction of being one of the few honor students to win a "Magna cum laude." She is the daughter of Mr. Charles Bellinger, foremost real es- tate operator of the race in the South. Staid Washingtonitns were sur- pri ed at President Hoover's ac- ceptance of Mordecai Johnson's invitation to address the graduat- ing class at Howard recently. Thoie with a more intimate knowledge of thing! political around the Capitol City expected the chief executive to grasp the opportunity for political reasons Regardless of motivei, Mr. Hoove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1932

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONm Del Rio News Sequin Neu s Austin News Lockbart News Mr. and Mr.*. Lfighton Williams Black Sox, under ^ and lister, Mr,. Abalen. Jackson' th™ ma„f£crS. J. E. SheppanUnd Ml*. Kv« Veal *• hosttw at Sunday at the M. P. Church, H«v. left Sunday for a tour of Califor- , ha. , \\ • " v t'.np an informal bridge luncheon com-^- C. ( yphers, Pastor, delivered a nia. Mr. and Mrs. Williams ha visit for two or three week? and Mrs. Jackson will remain until time to resume her school work here in September. Charlie Roach died Wednesday. June li after a lingering lllnes*. Funeral sen-ices were held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church. He is sur- They feated the Thursday 12 to 5. uame Anton: A'.! St.*r ning by a wort bif features of t home run by Willie <ubi Burns, and Glen Langrum Black Sox. I.angrum w** best in the box. He kept 1 Stars at a puzzle. Sunday, June 12. at th plimenting the Family Bridge club at the lovely home of Mra. Ru- dolph Porter, Wednesday evening. Prizes were'awa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1932

FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE SPORTS A PAGE SPECIALS FRIDAY - SATURDAY Metcalfe Wins Big Honors in Olympic Trials Colored Boys Star in National Collegiate Track Meet; Break World Records in Chicago Chicago.— (ANP)—Although there were only twelve col- ored boys entered in the eleventh annual collegiate track and field meet held at the University of Chicago Saturday after- noon, the lion's share of the meet's glories went to them. There was a total of 392 entries from 68 schools and col- leges. Negroes were entered in eight of the seventeen events listed on the program. In the eight events in which they took part, the twelve colored boys won five first places, four t«cond placei, two thirds, one fourth and one sixth. The principal star of the meet and one of America's greatest ' Olympic threats was Ralph Met- I calfe, Marquette University ath- lete, who hung up his shoes for the afternoon after he had broken three world'a records and tied an- other. Five world...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1932

1 PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO R E G 1ST E R FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1032. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Publliferd > rl«ia> of l£« *h \N>fk bf THE REGISTEK PUBLISHERS Utfi.f *>4 k- Con«®'rc# St. Pboti' Crockttt UMiS— ' o Bo* J'J s«n Antonio, Te* KiMtred ii Mcon<l-« ia t nutter M« Tfiii, und r Act of March 3. 1 INSCRIPTION HATES; 1 >|«) J, ItMl, at the poat offlc* at 5«n Antonio, <T1. \d* rtl ln|| rate* lurn«*heil on r^qu^t. •m . IIJI; Mn*!e Cop>, 5c VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. Dl'N'CAN. Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER. Secretary J. D. Lowery. Jr J. W. Holland W. L. Walker W. H. Brown J. A. James P. E. Mclntyre All i *t matter ll f HI If I IMIM. N'* * Watt r®py •her' Tht right to i ualm paid for. Sport* Editor .Contributing Editor -Contributing Editor Contributing Editor Advertising Manager __Circulatio:i Manager devastating fire some months ago which completely destroyed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1932

FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1932. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVE Business Directory fluadr «••<! P•r. ••(line Books and Hil.lt. Write. Wilsan'a Book lkich*ni«. Hot 133. Akran. Ohl*. Chas. J. Greenly Attorney at Law 105 Galan St., Travis 1822 San Antonio, Texas W. L. Walker Notary Public 1630 E. Houston St. Phone Cr. 7986 The Old a New Orleans, La. Bar-B-Q Garden Wm. & ESTELL BARNES, Props. Phone M. 10104—Prompt Delivery 725 So. Pine St. W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608Vi E. Commerce Cr. 6319 The West End Wonders Mian Aline Astrida entertained the club at her home Monday, June 18. After • short, but rather Inter- esting business session, the hostess brought on the eata and did wc eat? We are asking everyone to be present at a "tacky party" on June 22. In the meantime, we are ask- in* everyone who thinks It poi- aible to go with ua to return The Jolly Girls Social Club game at Seguin. For further information, see Ervin Littles, or Bernice Tease, 644 Kentucky, 911 Culebra respec- tively. The next me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1932

PAGE SIX [Society K £3 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Clubs FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1932. * K Personals ------19c SPECIALS! FLAT TIN (50) LUCKY STRIKE t'IGARETTES Special. Friav and QC~ Saturday _ 23c Feen-a-mint 50c Squibh's Tooth Paste -- -- KfV Barha«ol --——— 3.V D'Jer Kin* Talcum .. 7" r Dot*'! KMlMI PUlt •• •• FRKF. Vk Froatilla Shaving (ream with each .">0c Froatilla at -- -- 50c Bridge way Playing Cards 29c GILT EDGES ii.no Natal rt(V Odorono .. - - $1.00 Mttct* NarriM 8.V Kru*chen Salt* ....... FREK. " 0c Flacon Cotjr'a Perfume with each Coty • Face Ponder at 50c Hudnut Plaza C ompact 50c Snowhite Toi th Cleaner - |US AbnfMn Jr. - ——--— 25c Dr. West's Tooth Paste — — i'c $1.50 Kolorhak -- — $1.39 FREE, a :'"c Vqua Velva with each 35c Wil- liams' Shaving ( ream at .. -- -- 33c 50c Epsom Salts. 5-lb. Sack, for bath 36c fi9c 47e «9c 63c *9e 33c Use 39c yrup Pepsin 17c 37c S9c 76c Sc ♦>0c Caldwell's 50c Non Spi .. -- -- --—— i] .00 Irom/ed Yeast Tablets .. _ . $1.00 Horlick1* Malted Milk F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 June 1932

FRIDAY. JUNE 17, 1D32. SAN ANTONIORE^ISTER PAGE SEVEN Entrc Nous Club Sunday, June 5, found the tang •n their way out to Mri. Mable Saylei' lovely home, where ehe en- tertained the member* of the dub with a picnic. Did we have fun, boy, oh, boy. But wait! Here are juit lome of the folki who were there: Romeo's, Greater Queen of Hearts, Young Men'i Progreulva, Xeno, Johnnie Williami of Auitin and otheri. Just ask them, they will tell you all about it. Be with os Sunday, June 12, with Mrs. Lacy Thompson as hostess. We wish to thank the REGIS- TER for the lovely stationery that Messrs. Duncan and Bellinger presented to the club for being 100 per cent subscribers and boost- ers. Mrs. Lucy Thompson was hostess last Sunday at the Leath Family Garden. An interesting business •esssion was held, after which meet- ing adjourned to be with the fol- lowing guests of the evening: Members of the Rose Bud, Alamo, Girls Friendly, Keno, Greater Queen of Hearts, Lions, Romeor, Young Men's Progressive...

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