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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 December 1933

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Austin JVews Section Cluiss Win. Floyd—Samuel Huston College . . . Phone 20093 . . . PtrMnili. Mist Frames Ketchum, | P. H. Bellamy, grand accrcUry populat ' of the Masonic Lodge and also sec- foung teacher of the Luling Pub- lic school aystem as in th city la«t week viaiting Miss J e Ella Henry at 1402 East Thirteenth •treft. Don Albert and Hit Popular Aristocrats of Jazz were seen in Ihe Capitol city last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Johns of H"U>on were in the city Sunday visiting the latter's sister. Mrs. E. T, Yerwood at 1204 Cotton street. The members of the Greater Queen of Hearts club of San An- tonio war* in the city Saturday night to < ;«nd the annual fall dame spontored by the Gigolo Social club. Trof. Edwin D. Sheen, professor •f English at Samuel Huston has been on the sick list for several days. Many of the Capitol City folks are anticipating attending the P V.-Texas Collage claah which it to he played in San Antonio. Decem- ber 18. reta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 December 1933

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1933. 5 A N ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World Tomorrow li the fame of games locally. Th« head-on collision be- tween the Texas College Steers and the Prairie View Panthers. It is the last game of their eollegiate ca- reer for Spignor and Goss. Star tackle and end respectively of the Steers. These two men have been til-conference selections for the last two years and are planning to end their grid- iron careers in a blaze of glory. On the other hand, Love, Nel- lum and Johnny Roberts, the lat- ter known as the Blond Bliixard, are striving for conference recognition after an in- and-out season. They have one more game, with Langston, New eYar's Day. These teams are each trying to break that 6-6 tie of last year. All in all it will be quite a hecetic afternoon at Tech field with the Steers attempting to gore the Panthers. • • • Our conference standing has been enhanced by Wiley's glorious victory over the Tuskegee Ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 December 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO RtvJlBTBB FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15, 193.1. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress I'ubltHiad J*rlday o! barb Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office t Lommrrrt St *bona Cathedral 1721--f*. O. Do* JT* San Antooto. Tessa aniertd •• MCOOd-clata aiatttK Ma. i. 1H1, at in poal in« It Ml AMOelo, l.tat, under Act of Marcn i. 1STS AdvtrtlllO* n"l lurnlWad on rrqunl. StbSCWlflllN BATK&; I ;m, IK; monihi ll-Ki lopy, >c National Advartltmi Mfpretenlatlvt,. W. M /Ml Co., t.titcafo, New tort, Lot Migfipa. ftocbaat.r kant « uty and Lagua. itoid loaat. Airua. VALMO C. BELLINGER. Prestdent-Treaturer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker_ J. A. Jamea .Contributing Editor .Contributing Editor _Adverti ing Manager AU newt mattar abould be In our office bj \ednetrtae n<oa to appear In eurrenl liaue New* matter must be plainly written and on only one aide...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 December 1933

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PACE FTVF Mickey and Minnie Are Honored WALT DISNEY, the modest creator of luch screen eplci as Mr. and Mrs. Mli key Mmw, the trio of pigs ud the villainous wolf, has l.een raid a alfntil honor. The Argentlno cooaul It Lot Angeles, Dr. H. C. Jv'lese, li pictured above swarding the diploma of honor of the National Academy of Una Art* of Buenos Alrea to Disney. containing the slgna< turea of dlrectora of the acadcmj, all the profeasors, and over a thousand graduate atudenta. many of whom are now noted Antentlne artlata. They like hla smnslng fantasies, and cnnalder them high art, ai dn many Amer- ican critics. 'Sippi Rolphers Foiled Meridian, Miss.—(ANP)—A mob of fifty rolphera who sought the lifa of > Negro auapect held in the county jail here in connection with an alleged attack nn a lUycar-old girl, wai turned back by the iher- iff ihortly after midnight Wednes- day. Tha lynchera came to the Jail and demanded the suspect while t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 December 1933

TAGE SIX SAN 'ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER IB. 1933. Society K Club s H Personals X a Hornt hshhhtm DONERS SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY N'ARCISS BULBS, White. 4 for 5e 40c Lavender Shaving Cream lOe Gauze Toilet Paper, 5 roll* for 50c Kennard's Witch Hazel, Pt . Pl'RETEST COD LIVER OIL 27c 25c . 39c S?c 35c DR. Hl'LI. BORATED TALC, 1 lb 23c II 00 Lyiol 60c Cuticura Ointment . — 11.00 Ironized Yeait Tabieta _ DERMAY BODY POWDER >0c PROPHYLACTIC TOOTH BRUSH 1.25 S S S Blood Builder - 50c Inguentine <i5c SIZE BARBASOL 50c Glostora 35e PINT CONCORD GRAPE JUICE 35c Lifebuoy Shaving Cream Ll'X TOILET SOAP, 3 cakes for 50c Ipana Tooth Parte 11.25 Thermos Bottle, Pt. _. 79c _ 48c 73c 59c 39c 98c 39c 44c 43c 17c 24c 19c 37c 79c RIBBING ALCOHOL KORDS. PINT 23c $1 00 Dr. Miles Nervine 30c Bromo Quinine Tabieta 50c 5-lb. Sack Epsom Salts $1.00 Lacto Dexrrim — 77c 24c S3c _89c Dinner Party Enjoyed The season's most charming hos tess «aa exemplified by Mrs. Edna Mae Littlej...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 December 1933

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Voodoo Tom-Toms Will Beat In Negro Picture This Week at Empire Hailed by critici everywhere the greateal Negro play ever to reach the screen, "Drum* o' Voo- doo" comes to the Empire Theater lor three big midnight perform- ance* Friday, Saturday and Sun- day night*, and two morning mat- inee* for school children Saturday •nd Sunday morning* at 10:30. "Dnima o' Voodoo" ia bared on the aucresftful Broadway stageplay, •"Louisiana" and will be brought to the Empire screen with the entire •riginal all-colored Broadway caat including Laura Bowman and J. Augustus Smith. Strange religious beliefs of the Negroes who live In the swamp- lands of Louisiana form the back- ground for "Drums o' Voodoo," and the picture is said to be the most rensational and chilling drama of haunting spiritualism and mystic voodooism ever seen on stage or •creen. Laura Bowman, world-famous Negro actress, appears in the com- pelling role of "Aunt Hagar," leader of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 December 1933

f AGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1933. , PIONEER, White winGS LA PALOM* white wings FLOUR For your most deli- cious Christmas Baking PIONEER WHITE WINGS FLOUR It's Most Dependabl It's Most Dependable for every Bakinp: Purpose h Is The Best Flour rgfftcs " * eutfmmi nn. FLOUI .HILLS. :ncu«irmt«r ST. TERESA'S GUILD THANKED I>*ar Ladies: I ish to express my sincere gratitude for your kind gifts which are exquisite and look charming on my table; likewise your kind cooperation in our ha- laar as greatly appreciated. May t.od bless your rfforta to spread the faith among our people. Sincerely yours in Chriat. Rev. Leo V. Murphy. SECOND BAPTIST I SHSR BOARD Mrs. S. H. Grant vn hostess to the Second Baptijt Usher Board Wedneaday evening, December 6 at 8 p .m. in her home on East Hous- ton street. The meeting was very interesting and unusually long on account of a series of programs be- in(t outlined by the president. Mr, J. R. North will be hostess to the next meeting...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 December 1933

wnatf san ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS £ i VOL. Ill—No. 38. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22,1933. 6c PER COPY PHYLLIS WHEATLEY SCHOOL DEDICATED DR. CASVER SPEAKS OF PEANUTS TC/ashington.—(CNS) — The " startling .revelation .(hat when a person buys a bag of peanuts he is really buying a tube of shaving; cream or a (trip of linoleum, in rudimen- tary form, was impressed upon a froup of Howard University stu- dents lut week by Dr. George W. Carver, noted chemist of Tuskegee Institute. Dr. Carver demonstrated 100 products which the South's low- ly "goober" has yielded to him in years of resaarch. Face powder and cheese, to na:ne a few, not to mention synthetic rubber, milk, cream, butter, ice cream, instant coffee, complete with sugar and cream; lard, soap, ink picfcles Wd axle grease. Dr. Car- oi. the application of peanut rubber In the manufacture of automobile tires. Although a specialist in by-prod- ucts of the peanut, the Tuskegee scientist also has won fam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 December 1933

PAG£ 1'WO ■ AW ANTONIO REGISTER Austin 74ews Section Cluiss Wm. Floyd—Samuel Huston College . . . Phone 20093 . . . Persona le Mrs. Ross L. V\ hi'chead, 160J 13th St., left for Bryant thii week, and to spend the Christines holi- day* with har mother, Mrs. L. E. Banknite. • a a Miihi Lonne and Eleanor By, ars, ISIS Penn Ave., spent last Sunday in San Antonio where they were royally entertained by the Greater Queen of Heart! there, e • e Mri. P. W. Shaw and Mri. £. Yerwood left for Houiton this week ta apeiul the Christmas with rela- tive; and friends. • • • T. C. Stanley spent lest week in Delias visiting relatives and friendi. a a • Mr. Scott Ham* and Misses Mil- dred Coleman and Clarice Hayden were among the many Austinites to attend the Praina View Texas Collere football tame last Satur- day in San Antomo, ■i * * * ' The 9. S. C. Chortia was called ta 'Ceorgetoern lait Saturday where tte" appeared en program. JE b Satu Coach (X M. Brooka and Messrs ey, Kindred, Young and Ids moter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 December 1933

(l FRIDAY, DECEMRER 22. 1MJ, 1 ■ S'A'V 'ANTONIO H E C 15TE R PAGE TTIREE tr a Sports and School News By FAY JACK80N HENRY STARR, the pianist and •engiter finit of N. B. C. artists, look hit cut alone with the rest of ua when the surgeon snipped eut hi* tonsils a fortnight ago. He «as last seen in public at a ban- quet of th Woman's Pohl<t.«i ftudy clubs, htlping a councilman d" continuity on a campaign speech. SPORTS TALK JO TRENT (Muddy Water), cast *ith greatest Tin Paniats in RKO's music-comedy, "Muaic in Her Hait" starring ftuth Etting, rents a two- by-four pianny to pick out new tunes on; catches national broad- raata of his aong-hits at a comer «jro( store. Buxom LOUISE BEAVERS win* the loving cup for being least hincky of all Mochalanders, who, I forgot to explain, hare a colony •II their own in Filmland. She ac- tually lires with her mother, has never affected a maid, goes placet in an old geology, skirt free of scandal and chums with her old pala of Manual Arts High Scho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 December 1933

PAGE FOUK SAN ANTONIO REJ1STP. R FRIDAY. DECEMBER g2. 195a. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress rubllttxJ frtaM; ol Bub Wtck Of THh REGISTER PUBLISHERS Oiriif fWS fc. Lommrrr* St tton# Ca'hcriral 1711--P. O Pot 371 ten Antonio. leia* KnttrM] at Mcoad-ttaM matter I, msi, at th« pott office at Sao Antonio, Tm it, uni« r \e\ of *■«■& 3, 1*71 Arivsrtlfttaf rate* turnlahr.j on request. SI l*M.HlPTta> KATKS: 1 year. $J*>; S m>ntb >! ; Slnjlr Copy. &c National Advrrtliini HepretrntatiTr*. v\ tt /Iff Co, mirago, Vorft. Knurlr% R«xheater City aD<1 Lagoa. t o|«i Coast. Africa VALMO C. BELLINGEK, President-Treasurer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager J W. Holland. ,W L. Walker J. A. James Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor __ _______ -Advertising Manager All n w. m.tt.r thould i>« in our oftle. 0 AxInrkUr oomi to «PP*f > current hiu' Sf*i nutter mult b plain...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 December 1933

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 193S. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVK Prince** Elizabeth 1 • y 1 -i. . al" Youngsters often ar* ■ •Mctiu? •bout atyle* as irt th*lr mother? Tbe little flrl will Ilk* this "Prlri- e*a* Kllsabath" eoat la rreen rhev 1st with v*l *t <ollar. . 0 IGraphicG^LFI KCCrr CSSTT EUtMLV OM ground ►JCud co*. kOCURXCV FLAT FOOTED GOLF JH. TAVI/iR was a Arm Ui.icl * pi* of flatfoottd koit. It c«i' n*d biro far In th* golfing worlil and hit sage advice: "Flat-footei! coif, air, thara'a nothing like It," hm probably heartened conmless golf- era who ha « found It *wi* to tlialr l'lrfng to play golf la thli faahlec There I* little doubt that playlnj golf with tha feet planted (Irmly en tht (round will hard!? result In •< full a «wlng as a more complete p.rot will allow. On tha other hau l iliere la a chance of more cons.it eat accuracy being gained aod In tha laee of J. H. Taylor this was Indeed the case. Oot'<rs with a freer awing m.ght outliii him from the tee. though In ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 December 1933

• *- >■ «■ TAGE SIT SAK ANTONIO REGISTER Finn AY, DECEMBER 22, IMS. Society X X Clubs X Personals QHotm Institution SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY PERFIMES—TOILET WATERS "Her" Favorite Fragrance—I'm to *25 NUT HE NOEL at $3.75 to .112.00 Gueriain's Vol de Nuit. it $18.00 L'Huere Bleue. at $5.50 to — , $16.50 Shalimar, 113.75 to _ $27.50 ACACI OSA 116.00 Hue dc la Paix, at (5..*>0 to „ 515.40 Coty's L'Ongan, Emeraud'i, Chypre, Paris, L'Aimant, Sty*, Jasmin, etc., 11.10 to — .118.50 CAR.V NOME, *1.25 to $10.00 Hudnut'« Three Flowers, Narcissus, Yankee Clover, Violet Sec and Le Debut $1.10 Hudnut's Gemey 11.10 to 15.50 SHARI. M 50 to - $5.50 1 oger & Gallet. Fleur De Amour, $1.10 to $6.80 I e Jade. II 10 to $3.30 laron's Black Narcissus, $3.00 to — $13.50 L AME PERDUE, "LOST SOUL," $2.50 to $8.50 ( OMPACTS VVD VANITIES 4>c to $S..">0 Vardley's $1 «5.> to . Koubigan' s, $1.10 to Ay era, at $1.10 t« .... h\emng in Paris at >pr:ng T me in Paris Karess, at _...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 December 1933

^FRIDAY, DECEMI£R2£, I'M. 8AM ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE "Little Stories @A't A-BedfimeJMS ty TJiornfon-W/ & Burgess ^ JERRY MUSKRAT HAS TWO CALLERS IT WA8 rerjr early In the morn In*. It was so early In the morn- lht< tout folk! would hardly hue known It il nornlitg. Rat It waa. Jerry Moakrat. ilttlnf on the Blf Roek In the Smiling pool, knew that It waa. lie knew that o*er be- hind the Purple mils aomewher* jolly, round, red Ur. Bun waa kick- ■nf off hla bed clothes and making ready to ahow hla big red (ace above the edge of the Great World as he began hla dally climb up In the blue, blue aky, which didn't •ee blue bow becauae of the dark- A silver line atarted ont from one kink and made atralght toward the 7* w f "Hew'a the Little Werker Oettln* On With Fllllftf Hie $toreheueef" Aaked Reddy. Big Rock. Jerry Mmkrat saw It Also he aaw a small brows head at Ma md of that ellver lint. "Hello, Billy Mink. How'a the lahlng?" aquaaked Jerry. Dllly stopped swimming tod float- •d while ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 December 1933

i a PAGE EIGhl SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1933. t PIONEER. White win&S LA PALOMA White win6S FLOUR \ For your most deli cious Christmas Raking PIONEER WHITE WINGS FLOUR It's Most Dependable for every Raking Purpose h Is The Best Flour FLOU MILLS BUSINESS MAN RETURNS FROM CHICAGO Mr. Robtrt J. Washington, lor l undertaker, *as called to the beJ- *.ce of hi father, Mr. Jesse Wash- ington, one of the race's most die- t ngmished characters, about thirty oays ago, who was stricken with doable pneumonia. He wis accom- panied on the trip by Mr. Harry D. Dawson. Mr. Washington repors a very enjoyable as well as profit- able trip. He remained in Chicago until his father wag considered on the convalescent list, and while i waiting for the doctors to announce his safety period, Mr. Robt. J. I Washington took advantage of the opportunity offered by taking a special two-weeks post graduate course in his line of work, so the*. MT. HATLIN BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. S. I.. Davis, Pa*tor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 December 1933

I II USA Wt DO OUR PASf \ Sajst aivtoisfio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. Ill—No. 39. llll SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1933. 6c PER COPY Writes Interesting Storv BLEACHER CRASH CLAIMS ONE LIFE REFUSE FISK STUDENTS _ PERMIT FOR LYNCH PARADE jVASHVILLE, Tenn.—(ANP)—Despite being refused p«r- ^ miaalon to parade by the City of NaahTille, a fro op of Fisk University students, augmented by Negroes in th com- munity, stimulated to action by the rolhping of Cordle Cheek, staged a silent protest parade on Fisk campus Tuesday, De- cember 19, at 12 o'clock. Starting from Fisk Memorial Chapel, the marcher, proceeded past the home of President Jones, then by the women's dormitory, on across the Fisk campus proper, front of the Meharry Medical Col lege, and then back to Fisk Mem orial Chapel. Miss Cora Brown called attention to the inadequacy of Negro" educa- tion in meeting the Negro problem, She also alleged that Negro schools were institutions of control and referred to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 December 1933

f AUE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1933. Austin News Section Cluiss Wm, Floyd—Samuel Huston College . . . Phone 20093 . . . Brownwood PERSONALS Misa More D. Earles, fe- at thi> city, in here from 1'fillns spending their holidays with her moiher, Mrs. Martha Earl-, 1807 Ha< k!*rr> St. • • • Mr. Robert Dukr> of Kan**? City, Mo., >pending ihe holiday a visiting relatives and friends of the «itv. Rev. and Mrs. C. Whitiktr m< tored to Ft. Worth Wednesday an i j wtre the house gu«r*t of Mrs. An- Die Allen. . He with Mrs. Marie Polk. • • • Kiflru hocial Club The club met at the residence of Miss Kila Mae Hodg« on Bob liar- I ri.on Su Most of the time w ' -pen; discussing and completing I | ian.« for the Xmas party which '<a< given at the residence of Miss Malinda Boyd on East Sixth St. Thursday night. After meeting a delicious salad course was served. < all .Verting • • • Last Friday three clubs were Prof, and Mrs. J. L. McNealv i called t-gether...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 December 1933

1 FRIDAY, DEC Ik 20, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER .'ACE THREE Sports and School News HUNDREDS TO WITNESS P. V. LANGSTON GAME SPORTS TALK Prairie View Drills Hard For Football Game With Langston pRAIRIE VIEW, Texas.—Fresh from an inspiring 26-6 vie- * tory over the Texan College Steers at San Antonio last week, the F'ralrie View Panthers continued their daily drills long after the shadows had fallen preparing for the cham- pionship intersectional clash with the (.angston Lions from Oklahoma, New Year's Day, Buffalo Stadium. Houston, Tex. The Lions will enter an undefeated, untied eleven in either conference or non-conference competition. Bishop. Samuel Houston, Texas and Wiley, confer- ence fort, have met with defeat al- ready this year. Fisk, Lincoln (Mo.) and Kentucky Stale are in- teractional rival* to feel the sting of defeat at the handi of the Lion* this year. After the recent 0-0 de- feat of Kentucky State, the Lions laid claimi to National honon and hurled a challenge to any el...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 December 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1933. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Pu*ltU>«J Friday of fcacfc Wtafc by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Offlit t i omiMtrt SI •bona Cathedral im-1*. O. Pol JTJ san Antonio. I'clM tniarw u aacoiHl-claaa matur Ma; . UJl. at tna i>ott ullUa at kto Auunlo. iraaa. unilar Act ol Marcn J. UT Advarllile* ratu lurnlahnl on raqueal. SUBSCRIPTION HATESr I yfar. But. niontbi. lit; SHW Copy. >c .National Advaniatng Mrpreaentttlae*. * H. I ca^ chlraffi, Naw ^ork. Lea AnMlta. Rochatter kanaaa Ul ami utna. t old coaal. Alrlca VALMO C. BELLINGER, Pr*tident-Tr«a*ur*r JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker .Contributing Editor CnntTihntlng Editor Advertittng Mtnager 'ah aawa matter ahfluld ba In our office by Vedneadar OJoa lo appear In furrant laaue. Nnaa matter muat be plainly errltten and on only one aide M ropy ahe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 December 1933

I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE F1VK Bostonian Visits Scene of Her Early Labors Twkegee Institute, Alt. (ANP) Mrs. Lillie D. Courtney, intimate fc-iend of Booker T. Washington during hii early struggles at Tui- iMfer, and founder of the Cotton Valley School near fort Davie, Ala- bama, wai the guest of Tuskegee Institute, Sunday, December 10. Mri. Courtney, now the wife of Or. Samuel Courtney, a prominent Boston physician, was lent from New (England by the American Mis- sionary Association in 1R85 when Dr. Washington asked that a teach- er be seent to take charge of the achool venture in the Cotton Valley comunity. At the fint principal, Mr*. M. Courtney preferred a very worthy tarvice and remained with the work for eleven yearn. Monday night, accompanied by several membars of the Tuskegee Institute faculty, she returned to the school ■he established to many years ago, and delivered a mesage of hope and inspiration. "I am glad," she said, "to see so , many impr...

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