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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 July 1933

page eight san antonio register FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1933. Choir Entertains Mrs. Eva Hornsby SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. I. H. Kelley, putor. The deacona and trunteea wives rally, alio apiritual program was a great success in every way. Many rejoiced. Sunday, the deacon'a pop- The Senior choir of Bethel A. M. K. church entertained Mm. Eva Hornsby at the residence of Mr.., t (IoM| wlth , X). C. Newman Sunday afttrnoon. m ,t 3;30. Mrs. Hornsby s seme, in the choir Sum) lchoo, ^ t th( won for her a warm place in the I , hour wjth th< officU, ff hearts of Her mates as was expres- duty. The lesson was wonderfully sed in a papar r*.d by Mr, C. J.;di,culMd. At prMehln( Mrvie, „ Moten. Delight fnl refreshment. „;15 (< m th# Mhmi a were served. Mrs. Hornsby took leave for Ennis where she will join her husband for an indefinite .tay. great message. The B. Y. P. U. met at 6:30 p. m. with the president on duty. Preaching service began at 8 p. m. The pastor again preached an excellent aermon. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 July 1933

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Saw Ajvtojwio Register VOL. III.—No. 17 RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Head Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas i SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, Jt'LY 28, 1933 e=« 5c PER COPY POPULAR TEACHER DIES SUDDENLY EDUCATOR RETURNED TUPOST CHARLESTON, W. Va.—(ANP) Dr. John W. Davit his just been re-elected president cf the West Virginia State college by the board •f education. The advisory council to the state board of education concurred unanimously in the ac- tidn. The latter organization re- cently formed since a Democratic •dminiitration came into power thia year, is composed of colored political leaders. The remarkable work which Mr. Davis has done in building West Virginia State col- lege to one of the finest separate state schools in the country, with exceptional ranking by collegiate rating organizations and a superb faculty has won for him support from all groups and factions. "Turn Me Over, Mamma, I'm Dying," Says+ Miss Cora Lee Sampso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 July 1933

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JULY J33: - Austin JVews Section P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 Personal Mention. Miss Mary Helen Bell of 1603 East Ninth street has been Indis- posed for the past week with a aprained ankle. Lloyd Sheffield it studying em- balming in Fort Worth. Miss Ella Ann Bowser of DaviUe, Is spending a while with Miss A. L. Sheffield. Mis* Sheffield returned from conducting a daily vacation Bible school in San Antonio re- cently. While there she visited in Seguin. Mrs. Ora Daniels of Waco, Mrs. Louisa Bowacr and Mr. Ned Evans of Daville were guests of Mrs. Sheffield Wednesday. Mis* Vivian Johmon has re- turned from San Antonio where she apent a week visiting the Griggs family. She report* a very pleasant time. Mrs. Bernice Rhambo and son. Ernest Jr., have returned from Houston where they spent three week*. Dr. H. E. Haywood and Lorenio Bumbrey were in the city Sunday visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Heywood will be in the city visiting for two weeks. Mrs. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 July 1933

FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World By J. D. "FATS" LOWERY Our Miuioni are not doing as iadly on th« current road trip as they did on the previoua one. This trip the pitcheri are holding up but the hitting in th« pinches is falling down. Maybe the team will start clicking in the next few days and we will see them return with a bitter than five hundred average for their road trip. We want to •ee them remain in the first divi- sion so as to get in the play off. Walkup has re- turned to form as we predicted. That has helped round out our pitching ataff and every man has pitched his whole game to assist Hank in getting out of a bad hole without outside pitching help. The big league races are getting tighter and tighter. While Wash- ington and the Yanks are fighting it out the Athletics are creeping up on the leaders and if either of them crack the A's will become a strong contender for the pennant. They bear watch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 July 1933

fAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1933. | EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Bullish News I Bit IT ITV I ' \l ^ « niTC<ivrop A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress ' | Mid BjtS FrOttl Week S NeWS Oft tllC BUSINESS ______ mill n rrrr^ iwmmmTTTT n, aai- rT7?ST7^^T?dhi. hpi 1 ■' ■ ■ ■ J SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress ^ '■f&S*' rubllatooti ft- rtO jr ol hoc to Wwk by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olflc# t Comnmvo St. *hoii« CothMiml 1721 -IV O. lioi 37S San Antonio, Tmm tnlere.1 •• tccond-<•!■•« matter May I. 1HJI. •! th« pott otrict at San Antonio, Tm i, under Act ol March 3. 1*7 Advcrtum* rale* furaialMd oa request. SUBSCRIPTION HATtSfcl 1 jear. £I.UU; • month*. fl.35; Mogle Lopy. &c J National Ail*erll ing Heprraentalteaa, * B. XIII Co.. lihi- ago, New York, lx>« Anftrlrs. nocbeiter K n<*« «:ity «n«l (rol<t toott, Alrio. VALMO C. BELLINGER, Preaident-Treaaurer JASPER T. DL'NCAN. Edit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 July 1933

FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1933. Business Directory SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVE W. L. Walker Notary Public 1M0 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0076 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608Vi E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Of fie* houri: 8 a. m. to 2 p. m 8:0 Op. m. to 6:30 p. m. Phone Pershing 6818 DR. L. M. LISTER SURGEON DENTIST Sunday by Appointment 1948 W. PopUr S*n Antonio Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calla Answered Day or Night Kei. 1727 Haya St. - Office 207 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. hi Ph. Uarf. o aa—()(. rn. r«n. IU1 OfTlct 11314 W. Ccmmerc* *t . Km. 1103 W. Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE I OBSTETRICAL SPECIALIST f (Child Birth) Hours t 9-12:90 a.m., >iW-7 p.m. Sunder hr appolDtsent (Maillot address! P. O. BoiSlI Service Day or Night BAN ANTONIO. TEXAS (?candEncpaving Co II 7 i VV PIC AN iWIAMfOrilO.TCMt OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dill Kenwori 6137 Lioiiris Pharmicy 701 S. PINE STREET Ring L-20034 for Finger Waring. Inman'a Barber 8hop, 716 S. Hack- berry Stree...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 July 1933

PACE SIT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1933. Society H Clubs X H Personals SOMMERS E. O. M. Specials Fridav. Salurdav. Thru Monday kolyno* Tooth Past* .... --—..—.. $1.25 Pint Therm or Bottle — 50c Nadine Face Powder 85c Burma Shave, jar .. 35c Hires Hoot Beer Extract 50c Heck Deodorant — —- 75c Glover'* Manjje Remedy 50c Economy Cocoa Castile Bars, .1 bar# 50c Dr. Hall's 1 -lb. Borated Talcum $1.00 Squibb's Adex Tablets 50c Psyllium Seed, 1 -lb. Black ...... 73c Hobart Aspirin Tablets, 100a 50c Noxema Skin Cream .. -- $1.00 Lucky Tijrer Hair Tonic. 85c Jad Salts 75c Mortemoth Com p. .. —- 35c Bayer's Aspirin Tab®. —... - #1.25 S. S. S. for the Blood _... 10c Alcorex Rub. Alcohol 50c I'robak Hlades $1.00 Qt. Milk of Magnesia __ $l.6."> ("oty's Asst'd Toilet W aters .. Zip Depilatory ("ream. tube, 70c Gen or E eready Blade* .. ... Full Pint Kord's Kuhhini; Alcohol .. Squibb'* Mineral Oil .. 2.">c Firstaid Germicidal Soap .. 7 Se Vince ... . .. ... $l.. rt Erereadv Shadi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 July 1933

FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN .11 Sings at Fair Htltn Ornitrin, contralto el tlx Chicago Civic Opora Com- pany, who will tppaar in con- cert on the Floating Thtater at A Century of Pro free i—the Chicago'* World'* Pair—on th* evening of July 27, from 8:30 to 9:30 p. m. Victoria News Sunday School it We> t«r'« Chapel opened at 9:30. All ttach- *rs present. At 11 a.m. Rev. Jonei preached a wonderful aermon. At 1:30 dinner was served. Several gueats were present. At 3 Rev. Williams of Mt. Salem preached. At 8:30 the young folk dedicated a program to the older folk. Vi«- itors were Dr. and Mrs. J. F. King, Mr*. B. Stevens, Miss Corine St - vns of Nursery, Texas. Dr. King gave some timely remark*. Sun- day School at Bethlehem opened at the usual hour. Tha delegates Mrs. E. J. Dukes, Deacon Jack Wade and other* reported a grand senion at the association. The church aid will meet at the church; the Pastor is at the home of Mrs. Purdy and Circle No. 1 will meet w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 July 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1933. | KingT ut'sThrone Funeral Chapel at Pine and Gibbs Whitfield Funeral Chapel, n at- tractive colonial funeral establish- ment will be constructed at North Pinf and Gibbi streets and a mod- ern casket and jravs vault assem- bling and distributing plant will be NOTED WOMAN PREACHER AT BETHEL CHURCH Dental Hints <©rtm fteapet San Antonio, and Bethel in par- ti:ular it fortunate to aecure the services of Rev. Mr*. C. S. Clark, a noted preacher and evangelist of Ft. Worth, who it ably assisted constructed on property located in j Jo>it , gre,t gos- the 800 block of Seguin street shortly for Robert Whitfield, well , . known local contractor. The mor- They have been conducting a re- tuary, complete in every detail, will | vival meeting for the pa t ten days coiit $7,240 and the casket plant w{th much benefit to tha commu- will coat approximately 13,550. I nit_ Etch ,vening at 4 p. m. ihe Whitfield received hi. education- I ^ # (f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 August 1933

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers 1 Sajv Ajvtojvio Register J RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. III.—No. 18 Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1933 5c PER COPY Lightner-F or-Commander Boom Causes Wide Activity In American Woodmen Fight Looms as Forces Square Off For Bat- tle at Bi«r Conclave in Denver This Month Over Coveted Leadership of Race's Big- gest Fraternal Insurance Association. TjENVER, Colo.— (ANP)—Well, they are all at it this year of depression. Practically every national organization of any size or scope which has met has had to suffer a fight for office. Perhaps the boys and in some cases the girls, need the jobs this year. Certain it is that the old machines are not running as smoothly as of yore. Take the American Woodmen of Denver, which holds its Eighth Quadrennial Minion here beginning August 12. This organ- ization is really one cf the prize plums of the Negro fraternal in- surance field. It has twent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 August 1933

PAGE TWO 3 A N ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1933. Austin Mews Section P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 RIP-SNORTIN' BATTLE ENDS BADLY FOR OUTLAWS IN "DAYS OF '49" MINING CAMP AT WORLD FAIR Y. *V, A. Entertained Mm Ethel Karl entertained the Y. W. A. No. 2 with a beautiful lawn party. A delicious ice course was served the following: Misses Ethel ^«rl, Laverne Hill, Alice Luckett, Martha Landrum, Mar- fuerite Hawkins. Winiola Du\ l, Mettra 6. Franklin, Lucrettu Earl and Rosie Lee Elgin of Elgin. Messrs. E. F. Rhambo Jr., M. S. Jackson, Harry Hoarce, N e a 1 Evans, James Johnson. Freddie Pones and Leroy White. Mrs. Beatrice Davit of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Sheffield. Miss Bowser Entertained. Miss Alma L. Sheffield enter- tained a few friends with a tea hon- oring Miss Ella Ann Bowser who 1 saves foe home on Thursday. A number of games were enjoyed by the following: Misses Ora Lee Bed- ford, Zelma Smith, Emma Herds- man, Ella Ann Bowser and Alma Cheffield, Messrs. Oscar Webb, Pnnca Pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 August 1933

• FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREZ ' "«• ir+ f Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World By J. D. "FATS" LOWERY Would that we could ay about eur Missions "Hail the conquering heroes," but alai, such is not the cai«. Our team this season is worse than the Chicago Cubs on the road. They fold up worse then an accord- ian. We disagree with Severeid on his batting or- der. • Clift does not deliver in • pinch and •hould not be in the clean up po- sition. B e j m a hasn't been get- ting on base enough to hold 'down the second position neither is he a lay down man as we be- lieve the second batter should be. He should be dropped further down the batting order, but in this case, H doesn't matter so much for one run means nothing with our pitch- ers fading as they have been doing. Our team boasts a fat batting a\*raga gained when hits don't mean anything. We need some pinch hitters. Personally we would rttber see Purdy or Cross lay up at the plate In the pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 August 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1933. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress I'ubllibatl hilt!ay of bark Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Ulrica *4 S t Commerce *t. •bone Cathedral 1711—F. O. Bos *71 Sau Antonio, Iriaa I nlrrttl at ncond-daii niltft May 5, I#S1, at Ihi poet office at San Antonio, Tataa, under Act of Marcti J. 1*7# AdeeiHUn* ratea I urn I ah ad on> request. SUBSCRIPTION HA1KS: 1 year. W.uoj • montha. 1125; Single Copy* ic National A«l**rt atng Hrpreaentallert, \\ U. /.Ill Co.. Chicago, New *ork. Ir* Angelea. Rochester han*n* Clly and t.a§ >«. <told Copal, Atrtca VALMO C. BEI.LINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager reprisals. Whether you are in a taxi or at a department store counter, on a bus, or any other such place, it is good policy not to argue or fight with subordinates and under- lings. Get your details correct and go to the boss for your satisfact...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 August 1933

FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1933. Business Directory SAN ANTONIO REGISTER W. L. Walker Notary Public 15S0 E. Houston St. Phone Garfiild 007A W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608 Vi E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Of/Ice hour*: 8 a. m. to 2 p. m 8:0 Op. m. to 6:30 p. m. Phone Pershing 6818 DR. L. M. LISTER SURGEON DENTIST Sunday by Appointment 1948 W. Poplar San Antonio Office Phons Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calla Answtrad Day or Night Km. 17*7 Haya St. - Offlcs 207 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. PAGE FIVE art. Ph. Oarf. aaaa—or. rn. rin. i.jI Offlet HV4 W. Commtrc# St. an. 1101 W. Houston Slr.«t DR. J. R. MOORE OeiTKTBICAL ■ r«CULI T (Child Birth I Hour*: (-Ud* a.a.. 1:10-7 p.m. Sunday bj appointment (Mailing addrrMl P. O. Uuitll Service Day or Nlfht SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS 7f Rpand [ngpaving Co. 0 It 7 *-> W.PtCAfl SAM ANTONIO .TEXAS OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Keiwood 6137 Leonards Pharmacy 701 S. PINE STREET l.ockhart News District conference and Epworth league Institute under Dii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 August 1933

PACE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. AUGUST I 1933. s=-r=xr.r: Society H Clubs X Personals SOMMERS Deep Cut Prices Friday Saturday Only $1.00 1 -lb. Majestic Mineral Water Crystal .. .. R9c SSc Btftri Aspirin Tablets, 2t .. ———-- 23c $1.00 Squibb's Mineral Oil .. ——..— 54c SOc California Syrup Figs .. .. 39c 25c Squibb's Magnesia Tooth Paste 17c fi.ie 1 -lb. Monogram Cotton .. - 36c KOc Pond's Cold Cream .. .. ——- —...... SOc 13c 12-inch Bar Economy Hard Water Castile Soap.. _ 9c 25c Blue Jay Com Plaster ...— 19c SI.00 Listerine 89c $1.50 Schnefel Toenail Scissors .. — „.9Se 23c Palmolive Talcum .. ... .... —........12c 30c Puretest Sodium Perborate, flavored — —.. 37c 25c Solution Citrate Magnesia 17c 50c Palmolive Shampoo 29c 65c Pure Bristle Hand Scrubs. Special — — 19c 75c Bristletite Pullman Style Hair Brushes 49c 85c Kruschen Salts . .. —.—.— -- 57c 33c Vicks Salve — ..— ... 24c 51.25 Clinical Thermometer .-88c 35c Scholl's Foot Remedies 27c $1.30 Enamel Irrigator, complete ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 August 1933

FRIDAY. AUGUST 4, 1933 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN COLORED PATRONS INVITED TO ATTEND OPERETTA AUGUST 15 'Sweethearts' Will Be Presented in Sunken Gardens ON THE AIR A apecial section litis be n re- served for Ne^rops who may care to attend the San Antonio Civic Opera Company's production of "Sweetheart*" in the Sunken Gar- den! at Brackenridce Park, Tues- day evening, August IS, according to an announcement last week by Mrs. Lewis-Krams Beck, president of the organisation. The section was reserved at the request of the publishers of the Register, as it was felt that many of the colored residents of San An- tonio would be Interested in attend- ing this colorful presentation of Victor Herbert's romantic operetta, B«me of San Antonio's most promi- nent entertainers will appear In the operetta, which is being staged un- der the joint direction of David Griffin and Harry and Florence Griffith. A special orchestra of forty-eight pieces is being assem- bled for the production, and two ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 August 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1933. SEE ARTICLE ON PAGE I ABOUT THIS QUESTIONNAIRE Register Questionnaire What la your occupation? What la your salary per month?... If you are engaged in the pactice of medicine or law, answer the following: What was your income for the first six months of 1932? — What was vour income for the first six months of 1933? - If you the teaching answer the following: What was vour salary per year during the school year 1932-1933? — Were you paid on a year-round basis? If you are in business answer the following: What was your income for the first six months of 1932? What wa your income for the first six months of 1933? On the Dean I.aw— Will you vote for the legalization of the sale of beer in Texas? Do you and your family drink beer? Dental Hints ®rttn fteaper SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. I. H. Kel'ey, pastor. Surday *■ the fifth Sunday. The W. H. M. S. had charge of all iervice . Sunday school opened at 3 30 with an excellent lesson. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 August 1933

4 % r* Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Satv ATtfTOTtio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. III.—No. 19. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1933 6c PER COPY BELLMAN HURT IN FALL D AN SHROPSHIRE, Dawson St. resident, who has been employed at the Pruden- tial hotel for several weeks as a bellman, fell through the el- evator shaft at the hotel early this week and was seriously injured, breaking a hip, receiving severs head lacerations and probable in- ternal injuries According to advices Shropshire was about to use the elevator to tarry a laundry man upstairs. Dur- ing the Interim of preparation the •levator waa removed and the en- trance left open. Inadvertently on r e t u r n ing Shropshire thinking to step into the elevator fell through the shaft to the basement. He was rescued and tent to the Itobt. B. Green hospital for treat- ment, and afterwards removed to Santa Rosa Infirmary at which place he was operated u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 August 1933

rAue, i wo BAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1983. Austin Hews Section P. E. MclNTYRE PHONE 9487 'PIONEERS OF TRANSPORTATION, 200 ACTORS MAKE * "WINGS OF CENTURY" TRUE WORLD'S FAIR THRILL Pinner Gueete | i« .pending a few days with after Mr. and Mr.. E..ie White had a; lending St. John', aaaociation. •"Tu "Tk. jUB^bro?k0"jr.r Mr. Tom Ruher. Seattle, Wa.h., and Mri. o • j,. ' pcj js vi.lting Mr.. Charles Fisher and' A. M Reed and Miaa.<W«aHeed ,w f;„t TwfUlh A delicious menu was served, ine. ""'I W,%m :l Pwm"d°e' M". Jenny Copney, 18U P.ao 1 and Mrs. e ro Hondo, San Antonio, was a pitas-! part for • viait tothe Wo'W.fair ^ hom« ofj i,Ch<ca,o an other P «ee of B. Mr5 Q ^ ^ I terest in the Middle*est. Twelfth street. Ink «... . S~"' *> '• house guest of her aunt ™d^ou,lf•, combmatlon Mr*. Mattie Crenshaw and Miss A M Aiken., 1174 Navasota street. ery garden party and j dance given at Paradises Inn by the j Notre Dame girls who are famed i • a ,l iiovix l/Iim' Kins who ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 August 1933

FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1938. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World Our Minioni have to scuffle to (main in firit division. It'i a ham* that we can't produce in the ilnch. Monday night we don't now whether it was Tauby who rai coaching on first, or Betten- ourt'i own poor judgment, but we resented that game to Tulsa on a Iver platter due to dumb base inning. Our intereit ii now cen- ered on the American League race. _ We have been told by one Ney Lowery that Jimmy Fox was not dangerous in the pinches. He liienced up temporarly un- til we could .clip out the statis- tics showing Foxx led in the runs batted in column. That ational League race is a scorcher ith the Braves flirting with the rst division for the first time in iars. The race is so closely inched that anybody can win. We ould like to see the Braves come rough for a change. • • • We are beginning to study the otball rules for next year. There e not the radical changes that we ve h...

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