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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 February 1934

PAGE TWO Brownwood 8AN ANTONIO REGISTER Taylor News Lait Monday nifht the Emanuel I All churchea were well attended Chapel M. E. church held their , Sunday with officers at their potts. Lincoln birthday memorial service Sunday School opened on time. ^rlth a short program under the Addresses were made at Black- auspices of the Epworth League shear Hi celebrating Negro History with Mrs. Ollie Harris as Mutresf week. Last Tuesday evening of Ceremonies. The home of Mrs. Granger boys defeated Taylor 10-b. I.elia Stanley on Beaver street was (jirla of Taylor defeated Granger lh« of a beautiful party la.«t ,9 Jg Frjd a Ur>nger , tored to S*n Antonio to spend the Tuesday night with Mrs. Jesse ' •- | wetk with Mr. ind Mrs- Curtii . Mae Robinaon aot.ng as hostess. ™«t ••■in . ®ur ^ John'""' Mr. Horace Maney and ev*ral rounds of whist, th* u *1 rrL'' Mrs. Laura Maney and niece of praes ware won by Mrs. Lelia ! fcundaj tddie Ka. mond Thomas . San Antonio spent Sunday with Stanley and Mr. I.l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 February 1934

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Joint Summer Session to Be Rnoxville Trims Morehouse In Held at St. Philips Overtime Game Plans hive been completed for ■ joint aummer school sponsored by Guadalupe college and St. Philip's Junior college to be operated this •ummer for 12 week* at St. Philip's Junior college. With the two schools working to. gether there will be a greater op. portunity to serve the students and teachers of San Antonio and vi- einity. The faculty have been select- ed from t)ie two schools. Knoxville, Tenn.—A dull, unin- teresting game turned out to be a real thriller when K. C. met More- house College here last night in an overtime game in which the Knox- ville Bulldogs won out after an in- spired five minutes of play. The final score was 50-40. The game was slow up to the last few minutes of tht regular game time. K. C. led at the half 22-15. In the seeond half Morerouse took the lead when Oslin, forward, sank two free...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 February 1934

FACE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1934. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progrett I'ublUbed t-rtday ot Lacb Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olflca 60S * h. Lorn merit St .'bone Cathedral o Boi I7J San Antonio. Teiai I, f.Ml, ai tba post ofHct at Sao Antonio. \<fwrtt«ing ratra furnished on rrqu l-'.wo, • montba, ll-Jb, Single Copy, Kntrrad aa tacond-claaa mattrr Mat 1>aaa, under Act of M arc ft 4, U7V Advertising ratra furnished on request. SUBSCRIPTION HAItS; I year. - National Ad**rtisini Heprratntativra. w M /.tff Lo i.hirago, New \ork 1 +* Aojeles Rochester Kanaaa City and i.a«oa. « oid Loaat. Airtca VALMO C. BELLINGER, Preiident-Treasurer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .StcrtUry JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager ( J. W. Holland. | W. L. Walker J. A. James <-m rihi.ting Editor Editor — Advertising Manager All oewi matter abouUl t>* to our offke by Aednewlay noon to appear tn rurrent taaua. New* ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 February 1934

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1934. Victoria News Totsolofy—1"Bewnro the days that are doll and blue; beware the days that ihine you through, but on days that make you blow and puff, read a register and that's enough" . . , Palestine Baptlat Church opened Sunday School at the uaual hour with Supt. 0. W, Allen in charge. At II a. m. Rev. Weat preached a noble aermon. At 6 p. m. Pres. Oeloria White and her Junior B. T. S. rendered un en- joyable program. Remarks were made by Pastor Wett and Prea. E. M. Timmona. Webater'a Chapel S. S. opened at the uaual hour. Epworth League opened at 6:30 with Mra. Joaie Rogers in charge. Mr. Jarratt Hayes was a visitor. Rev. H. A. Jones will preach in Hallettaville aeveral nights for Rev. M. C. Elli- son. Mr. and Mra. T. W. Swanson and others motored to Berclair to visit relatives and frienda. Sunday School at Mt. Salem op- ened at 9:30 with Supt. in charge. The Weat End Baptiat Conference will convene in S. A. at the Zion Traveler Church. Rev. G. T. Mc- Beth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 February 1934

*. r^r^en I AGE SIX Society * SAN ANTONTO REGISTER Clubs FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2.1, 1M4. X K Personals i i iSr— (I Horn* fmlii Institution ■gSOMMERS WAGNERS SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY i and MONDAY ZiC 3&c 5Uc KLEENEX, 2 for 60c Forhans Paste 50c Ipana Tooth Paste 76c Fitch D. R. Shampoo 30c HIND'S HONEY and ALMOND CREAM 34c $1.00 Mar-O-Oil Shimpoo 64c 6 lb. Ply 11 inm Seed $1.71) 50c Bost Tooth Paste 31c "5c SUcomb 59c PURETEST MILK OF MAGNESIA, Quart 5f c 50c Barbasol 36c 35c Ingram* Shaving Cream 27c 50c Watkins Mills. Shampoo aTe 50c Java Rice Face Powder 42c ALL FOR 59c—2 Cakes Woodbury's Soap, and a 50c Double Loop Terry Bath Towell. Pastel Colors in Green, Gold. Lavender or blue 59c 30c Bromo Quinine 21c 60c Campana 49c Kords Alcohol ___17c 25c Anacin Tablets 17c 75c Yapex 59c 75c WITCH HAZEI 50c Veronal Tablet; 60c Sal Hepatica 50c Aqua Velva $1.00 Ovaltine Bride Elect Honored AARON STUDIO With Shower CLUB FORMED Mi** M. M. E. Clinc and Miss A. B. ' unnmgham entertained Mi-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 February 1934

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER RKO Officials Declare Etta Moten Credit To Hollywood Lot Angelcx, Calif.—(ANP) — Declaring that Etta Moten, cele- brated young radio and film artlit, who sang laat week for the Rooie- velt family in the White Home, has not only brought diitinction to ber race, but bai reflected credit cn the atudio which gave her her fint opportunity on national radio programs and which featured her singing In "Flying Down To Rio," associate producer Lou Brock, of R. K. studios in Hollywood ex- pressed a keen delight with Miss Moten's reception in Eastern thea- trical and social circles, this week. "When we receive the message that Etta had sung for the Presi- dent the word passed quickly over all our lots," Mr. Brock stated. "Everyone here takes the finest sort of interest in her work which has been distinguished by splendid artistry as well as fine personal conduct, and that means a great deal to any motioi. picture studio." A. L. Rackln, business ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 February 1934

itesp PAGE EIGHT r-ir^S7T~vi. ashmpton fc-Vj r¥> Pastry, eh ~\8rea< DAKED WITH * PIONEER FLOUR WHITE WINGS FLOUR •<? 9- . gl* *£#/ ;ic\* (0 T Jr~i* TEXAS PIONEER m m u'.w,. ;ia PIONEER Qitr.nl SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1034. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS ESTABLISHED 1851 * >i r. HATT1N BAPTIST CHURCH R'v. S. L. Daiit, Pistor S. S. was well attended. The T* tor preached wonderful sermons 'Biorning and night. The latter sub- ject wai> "The Greeat Commission." All Kinds of Job Printing Correctly and Neatly Done PARRISH PRINTING COMPANY 608 E. Commerce St. Phone Cathedral 7743 I BANK EMPLOYEES AID The Aid me! Feb. 18 with-Pres- ident in chair. A large attendance i was present. The meeting was in- teresting. The Aid is doing great work in aiding the less fortunate , members not only giving aid to ' ourselves but to churches as well. Aid was g irn this week to San- ford Chapel and Ml. Olive Baptist church. This year it is the Aid'." intention to render more serivce an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 March 1934

WIDO OUB PAST' sa7v Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS llll *i ee OUR F*Kf VOL. III.—No. 47. HEARING GETS UNDER WAY ON SENATE LYNCHING BILL SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2. 1934 6c PER COFV Waiters Do Not Benefit from NRA Boston, Mass.—(ANP) — In an editorial this week, the Boston "Mirror" complains of "starvation wages paid waiters in the Senate restaurant at Washington and takes the federal government to task for being so stubborn in its refusal to accord its employes the same treat- ment as imposed on employers by j \\ NRA codes. Waiters in the Sen •te Restaurant are Negroes. Pointing to the fact that Long List of Speakers Heard Tuesday In- clude Representatives from Both Races and From All Sections of the Nation— Colorado and Illinois Senators Raise Questions of Constitutionality and Penal- ties. YfWASHINGTON.—(ANP)—Two hurdles were erected in the path of the Wagner Costigan anti-iynching bill at the hearings which began Tuesday morning in the Senate Office __ ___...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 March 1934

fAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAKCH * 1934. Lockhart Newt ~~j Taylor News The Mt. Pleaiant M P Church Mr. Eddie Raymond Thomai ha* rf which Rev. S. S. Hudspeth it | planned a short tour to Temple pastor, held wonderful services. The Presiding Elder held his quarterly conference at V p. m. The pastor preached a wonderful sermon which was enjoyed. At 3 p. m. Rev. J. A. Thomas of the First Baptist Church preached. At % p. m. the Rev. C. J. Houston of Martindaie brought a splendid mes- sage. Total amount raised during the day was $62.93. Rev. T. W. Thomai' services Sun- day morning from S. S. to night were fine Sunday. Rev. Thomas and his flock went to the M P church to worship. Collection was lifted by Mrs. R. L Davis of the Baptist church. Mr*. L. M Hat- cher. A. M. E. and Brother Isaiah North of the M E. chttrch. Mrs. T. W. Thomas was called to Cisco on account of the death of her father. Mrs. Pomp Brown is doing fine. Her mother and sister tmm Maxwell and her nephew and niec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1034. SAN ANTON'10 REOISTPR PACE THREE Jf" Sports and School News SPORTS TALK r.EO. L. HOLLAND We are fast nearinj the end of ♦ h. basket ball season and the • port* fins in this and other cities are eagerly awaiting the opening of track. We believe, even the mo«t radical fana will admit that Wheat- ley ha* brought here, th« beat teama available in baiket ball cir- cles of Texan. Now we wonder if they will keep up the good work and have aome good track team here for a duel meet. If thia plan in not feaaible why not have an open city meet and enliat the aid of the CWA recreational workers in putting it over. It will at least afford the Wheatley boys a work- out and give their coach, J. D. Lowery Jr., an inkling of what the boys can ao under fire. To make the test even more equal invite all competitors in the meet out to Wheatley and alio wthem to use Wheatley'a equipment. We'll it'a only a suggestion. COLORED T WINS AND LOSES IN CITY BASKETBALL MEET Taking Out $100,0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 March 1934

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REvJISTP.R FRIDAY. MARCH 2, 1934. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER f A Publication dtdieaUd to Right, Justice and Progress i'ubitafead trio** of tact) WMfc by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS OfflM MIS Conjtueri# St bone i •thaUrai 1731—K 0. Cu« ITS F Im >■ ! , Tmm tntrreii ■« tei-ond-ilaM matter May fc. IfcM. at tlM poet offlra at ftaa Aatonio. "!**>«•, under Act t March X !•?%• AdifflMlag rataa fiirnt li«1 m rtquttt sibschiitio.H HAIFV pear, 92-iu; a moatbt. IMS. binfl* copy. Ic Mattoam Advertising Nepreaentativa*. n\ h lift (o., cbicap>. > lor*. I am \ ngelet. fWbaatar Kansas Ut) and Lsfoi, (told Coast. AIMca. VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. Dl'NCAN. Editor-General Manager I J. W. Holland- I W. L. Walker— J. A. J ames Contributing Editor ...-Contributing Editor Advertising Manager All imwi matter >1101111) be In our offl<f by Vtdiieerta; noon to appear la ««rr nt taauMe«« matter mull ka ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH i, 1934. SAN ANTONTO REGISTER PAGE FTVF Players Present "The Father" Washington, — (ANP) — The Howard Players presented the Un- ion players of Virginia Union uni- versity In "The Father," a tragedy In three acta, last Saturday in the auditorium of the Uarnet-Paterson Junior high school. An impressive list of Washington's elite were in attendance. St. Teresa's Guild A regular meting of the Guild was held on Thursday evening with Mrs. B. Wilson, hostess. There was a short business session followed by quilting. Creole gumbo was served. Mrs. E. Fentress will be the next hostess at her home, 814 8. Gevers St. March ?. I,ast Sunday •vening a committee visited Mrs. Preaton and her daughter, Mrs. To- bin of Chicago, III., both are on the sick list. The Roory was recited. Clarence Muse in New Picture, 'One Man Woman' I'topia Club Notes Mrs. Jason Hodges of 820 Dakota atreet was hostess to the Utopia club at their February meeting. Miss A. Bowden of St. Philips Jr. college led a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 March 1934

T AGE SIX SAW ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 2. 19.^4. M X Clubs K X Personals (1 Mom* lntfihh H SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY LYON'S TOOTH POWDER, 35c Silt 24c SOc Astringosol 11.00 Lyaol 54e -79c 27c 48c 47c 53c JEAN'S BRILLIANTINE, 50c Size 33c 35c Harmony Cream of Almonds 60c McCoy's Cod Liver Oil Tablets 60c Mistol ___ __ BOe Innerelean — 50c Phillip'® Milk of Magnesia 10c Williams' Barber Bar, 2 for 50c Egyptian Hfnna _______ 75c Monogram 1-Lb. Cotton 35c Campana Balm __ SOc Zip Depilatory Cream . 36c _15c -3#c .49c _29c -43c GOLDEN PEACOCK CREAM. SI.00 Size -59c 60c Jergen's Lotion _ 11.00 Squibb's Mineral Oil 75c O. J. Beauty Lotion 2fic Anacin Tablet! Me Witch Haiel. pint 30c Phenolax Wafer* 33e 59c _.57c 17e 37c 21c FEENAMINT. 25c Size 17c 30c Bromo Seltter 25c Empirin Comp. Tablets 11.00 Nujol 75c Fidelity Olive Oil, pint Kruschen Salts 35c ZO Adhesive Plaster. 1*5 . 21c 17c 67c 59c 79c 24c GERMAIN TEA. S1.50 Sis* 9Sc 50c Cutex Hand Cream 35c Lifebuoy Shaving C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1984. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN Sodality of Mary Immaculate The Sodality met at the home •f Mm. Catherine Goodrich. After • lenfthy builnoaa meetinc a Mclal hour waa tpent. A valentine lun- cheon waa aerved. Feb. 26 the So- dality met with Mr*. B. W. Jack- eon. Plana for the Easter program were diacuieed. Miai Fentreu, Mcur* Wilaon. Rich and Jackson were (uesta. Delicious refreshments were served. Miss Smith will be hostess March 11th. Phyllis Wheat ley Charity Organization The organization met last week with Mrs. M. Cole as hostess at 406 Belmont street. After a brief business session the following guests were introduced: Mesdames Neal, A. D. Dibrell, Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. English. A delightful dinner was served celebrating the birthday of the hostess and other members of the club whose birth- days occurred in February. These were Mrs. Avons, Mrs. M. Kenedy ind Mrs. L. Nichols. Mrs. M. Craw, ford will be next hostess. University Curstor | Qn The Air I ATT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 March 1934

PAGE EICHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH % t934. international Council of Religious Sudden Death of Education Held Meet inChica^o Mrs.SieglerShock WEST VIRGINIA EDUCATOR (6rim Reaper Chuago.—(ANP)—The Interna tioml Council of Keligious Educa- tion, the co-operating agency o{ 43 Protestant denominations in North America, held it. quadrennial con- vention and annual administrative meeting* in the Stevens Hotel at Chicago, 111., February 7-17th. The convention opened with a fellow, ■hip dinner in honor of Russell Colgate, the president of the In- ternational Council ami in recogni tion of the servk M. E. Zion church was one of the speakers at this dinner which was in the Woman's club. Dr. Percy R. Hayward, director of Young Peo- ple's work in the International Council also delivered an address on Religious Education—Yesterday and Tomorrow. Among the other'vere shock to the community, speakers on the program were Ru-1 Funeral arrangements were in fus C. Dawes, 0. H. Cheney, Sam- &l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 March 1934

Sajv ATtroMo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS i *i oo cun PA*r SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY', march 9, 19?4 VOL. III.—No. 48. 5c PEK COPY Negro Own Worst Enemy —E. Kincklc Jones. LARGE GROUP TO OFFER MEMORIAL TO PRESIDENT Adviaor on Economic Status of Negroes States Farts Be- fore Congregationalism. proval and Appreciation of Colored! Americans of President's Personal and Administrative Accomplishments. BABY BORN WITH TEETH Boston, Mass.— (ANP) — Eu- Jene Kincklc Jones of Washing- ton, Advisor on the Economic Sta- tus of Negroes, there, and execu- tive secretary of the National Ur- ban League, addressed the St. Marks Congregationalists here Sunday evening, covering the events taking place in Washington today is regards colored people. Mr. Jones stressed the point that both Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt are very tincere in their desire that every ndividual in the nation share in iccordance with their needs in the iifferent projects sponsored by the S'. R. A. He said it was their hope hat t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 March 1934

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH , 1934. Loikhart Neu/i Rrownwood The Mt. Pleaaant Church of j t,j«t Monday night the pastor which Rev. S. S. Hudipeth ia pas- a,nd aome of hia choir membera lor opened Sunday School on time. froni Mt. Zion Baptist church ren- At 11 a.m. Rev. Black, (white) a Lockhart minister, brought to u> a burning message, At 8 p. m. Rev. Ktonei preached an instructing ser- mon. after which the American Woodman delivered a check to Mrs. Katie Cyphers and Mis. Elmira Garner. St. James A. M. E. church serv- ices ran high all day. Rev. T. W. Thomas, pastor. Sunday evening there were Union services at the church. Rev. Wattley of the M. E. Churhc preached a wonderful ser- mon. The service was under the auspices of the Ministers Alliance. Ministers of the city and their membership. Mrs. T. W. Thomas is back from riaco where she attended her fa- ther's funeral. dered a prrgram at the Coggin Ave. Baptist church (white) where they wore well received. Last Tue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1934. SAN ANTONIO R F <*, IS T E R PAGE THREE Sports and School News Dragons in Top Form for Tourney By CLII8S WM. FLOYD. According to reports received from Coach Brook*, head coach at Samuel Huiton college to Dragoni quintet will be in top form for the tournament Edward S t a llings, atellar center who stand* lix feet, •even inches, will replace Young at Center. Thl position has been weak all season due to Stallin's ab- sence on the college singing tour which included Western states. Young will probably be shifted to the guard position. Other veterans will include McKinney and Perry, forwards, and Feltenberg and Mit- chell, guards. The Brook's boys defeated Texas tollege twice and split the differ- ence with Prairie View in their last scheduled games. SPORTS TALK BIRTHDAY PARTY. Alma Harrison celebrated her •ixth birthday Friday at 147 Car- ter street. The children had a hap- py time. The guests numbered 12. Punch and cake were served. ElfflEE? In KM Hgbteeath c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 March 1934

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1934. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress The Busy Chef I ibMafcad Hlday ol barb *«th by TBE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Hlftc «" W L ummmi SI •tjotll C 1 hnir.i tttl—f. O. t'9 San Antonio. Tun* yutM «• Becon<1-cliM m.ttrr Mny ft, lw.il. at tn. pott urnrt at san Antonio, litat, un-t.r Act ol Marcn i. ! ;'• Ail'rrtlllM rat., lurnUhnl an ra«u «. It KNCHIPTtilN HATtS: I T ar KilMI • nioniM. •! . ln«n Lo>i. ic National Ad.-rtt tna N.pcaant.tl.., A b /itt Co., laieaio. %t« lorfc, Lai Anitira. Kornaaicr aaitaaa .11? ami l^aoa. 'fid coast. Atrtra VALMO C. 8KLLINGEU. President-Treasurer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager I. W. Holland. W. U Walker J. A. James -Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor -Advertising Manager AU o w matttr tnnuld t • in our br A*ltMei1.j noon to appaar in rurratit laaur >' niattar mint fra plain*. arlttto and nn ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rAGE FIVK CARTTR SIITTflH CP MORTICIANS The PPouse of Satisfactory Service SOI N. CENTER STREET GARFIELD 7311—7812—2546 Victoria News Dear Register admirers and read- er#, hera ia my plaa: To continue •ny financial firm muit have fi- nance to aupport, to you that owe nie those "two bita" and "four bits," debts please pay me and don't get angry and stop the paper •nd the friendship. Thanks for ad- vance co-operation. Citiiena were shocked by the •udden death of Mrs. Lucy Watson, who succumbed at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Susie Anderson ear. ly Monday morning. She is survived by a aon, several daughters and ether relatives. She was an active member of Palestine Bap tilt church. Palestine held "Go to Church Day" all day Sunday. A burning sermon both morning and night and dinner on the lawn at noon. B. T. S. was well attended .Visitors were the Miss Lewis of Houston, who made inspiring remarks and Mr. Horace Wade. The program was aponsore...

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