San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, July 30, 1937 Page: 2 of 8
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| Corpus Christi
FIKXT CO\(!KEGATIO\ IL-
CHRISTI AN ( III KCII
The Reverend Spurg<on Jay
r. filled his pulpit
Sunday, July 'J.I.
at all scr
Kiddle of t
ject used :
thou to ta
d" was the
at the 11 o'clock 1
Rev. 4 !>, "Worth
1 he the lxx
"Christ's Code f< r Conduct**, was
he subject at the evening hour,.
>nsed on Matt. 7:12, "All thin2^
: here fore whatsoever ye would
hat men should do unto you even |
4n do ye also unto th<*;n.
ST. PAI L METHODIST CHI RCH
T1k attendan -e was good at tin
seven o'clock services. The pastor's
subject wa«s "Prayer". Sunday
•School opened on tune with Prof.
) I Bolttei in charfe. Mr. J.
rhomp* n was a pointed teacher
of the senior class. Epworth
League ofiened at tho regular hour
with President P olden at his iw>>*t.
Mrs. lluth Redden conducted the
question period. The senior choir
was at its best during the evening
service. The pastor preached from
I he theuie "The Changeless
Christ". After tin* wrmon the Ja-
cob Chajpel (rlee Ciitf of San An
tonio rendered three urnnl er>. Dur-
ing the week the choir rendered a
feic nnmfx-rs at the closing of the 1
Daily Vacation Itible School of the 1
Methodist Church <Mexican). Tli
junior and senior missionary ?a
cieti<« held splendid meetings dui
lne the week. Next Sunday nigh
th" trustees will make their reporl
The Epworth League of St. Pan
9rward by 1< ij«
study course, "Th<
life of a young Chris
g taught and disetissec
ing. Velton Kindle am
Wiiitbv M.TI \ <ifon
MAYOR IS SPEAKER AT
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Honorable A. C. McCaugh^n,
mayor of Corpus Chriati. was the
principal speaker at the Daily Va-
cation Itible School at the First
( ongregational-Chrislian Church,
-• . I Friday morning. July 23. The uiay
the i or gsve the city's official sanc-
*ul> ' l'011 *° four weeks' course that
i« providing education and instruc
"l,r* I Hon 1 .r t ,s children daily. One
ni" ( hundred and twenty-six have en-1
pen ! rolled in the school.
;lgt : Others who have spoken recent
j !.\ the course is ju jts third tneudous oration Tuesday on occa
week—include Miss Crouch Mr* ' • , •
, „ , , '' sion of her visit and address at
^rlrnrdt, Jrdan 'vt W"er' MrS" Be'h"W WM <hf
Mrs. M. Beth tine
MARSHAL!^ Texas.—Five hun-
dred summer school students and
teacher* at Wiley CoUe>;e, in addi-
ion to the many towns people
who always share the school's
cultural and other programs, gave
Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune a tre
and Mrs. John Worrell. The
Reverend Mr. L. L. Holmes is di-
rector of the school, and a large
part of the faculty is white, mak-
ing our school interracial. The
K verend Spurgeon Jay Mayflehl.
and wife are both working in the!
The children are being given in-1
on in all kinds of handwork
—raffia, reed, and w.H>dwork, and
the older girls are learning to cro-
chet. Woodwork instruction is be-
ing given by the Rer. L. L.
Holmes, who hopes his efforts will
induce the school (ward to install
manual training as a regular
course at the Solomon M. Coles
The students are divided
three departments—primary, iirter-
mediate and junior.
house guest of President Dogan
but her sorors. the Deltas, honor
ed her with an elegant informal
reception held at the president's
mansion from 5 to 7 p. m., and to
which some ir>0 persons, including
faculty and city friend* were in-
vited. A magnificent corsage of
crimson and white carnations, typi-
fying the sorority colors, was pre-
sented to M s. Ilethune by the I>el-
tas. The faculty gave her a unique
desk dial rotary clock with the
dome of the heavens on which
the time is shown or indicated, the
hour by the moon, and tninutfti by
the stars. It has a perpetual calen-
dar on the underside. Prof. Tol
son made the presentation ami
into ! d<' Seated the following poem to
s Prize Winning Block
FRIDAV, JULY 3U, asi
Bibl«* in tin
tian" is beii
Miss Ol eo
Sun iay Tl
j Karnes City News,
Mf*d,itnos Jiwt-l Youngblood,
Ionia Dunlap. Norvia Phillips and
yii. Jarvia Stew, and Miss Zeline
I'll.Hips spent Thursday and Fri-
day 111 Corpus Ohristi visiting Mr.
•lud Mr. 1 Miller and Mr. and
Mrs. \V. Hill. Miss Haael Piiiliii*
aifompanipj tliern on their return.
Messrs. Clarence Muse, Wynno
rere visitors Camphor, Clyde White and J dm
will preside Harris of Horesville were visitor^
August are | here Monday night. Messrs. Rich-
Mildred Vi j ,ird shandy, William Meitzeniieim-
and \ iriar ( 'r- Misses Annie Meitzenheimer,
Pearlie Byrd, spent Sunday in
ST. MATTHEW'S BAFT. CHI RCH, Halieitsvilk'. Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
S*. Matthew's Sunday School Hopkins motored to Kenedy Hatnr-
opened on time with all student - j <luy on business. Mr. arid Mrs.
and teachers at their posts. The j A- Watson and family and Mr. C
Men's Bii ie class won the banner !'• Tisdeli
Morning service opened with tin-' Brown and umn
junior choir renderiuir music. The ] ' wene served
pastor pr"*-" " * serroon and %
1 and family and Mr. C. h°po
were guests of Mrs. A. J °f «h
d family Saturday night, I
served delicious ice cream shqji
The n f|?ed path your feet have trod
Leads t>> the dawn of t>etter days.
The hoiiKe cif womanhood you built
Ha.« brought your people hope and
love you for your cheerfulness.
We love you for your racial tree,
\V«- love you for your soulful verve
We love you for your charity.
And as you travel down the years.
A flaminp torch across the night,
VVe'll hold in sacred memory
The hour you filled our souls with
Her response to the presentation
was a masterpiece in which she
f acknowledged gratitude, not so
j much for the intrinsic value of the j
gifts as for the fact, she said, that
her life and work had l>ecn such
jis to warrant that expression from
friends while she yet breathed and
hoped and aspired.
All Texas, wherever she went,
vied to see who could show greater
honor to this noted representative
.he race. While at Marshall she
spoke at ISfebop College where I
was regaled in n '
Calvin Now* Service.
Photo shows prize winning block
in Washington, 1). C., at 1200 Wal-
ter Place, .Southeast, in the plfan-
Vp Campaign sponsored by fhe
newspaper, of j in Washington, and 120,000 in Hal-
Jtaltimore, Maryland, C'^irl Murphy,
president and editor. More than
nooo people joined the campaign
timore. The drive was undertaken
as a community service by the
Mrs. Bethune is
Speaker at P. V.
PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas.
Mary McLeod Itethune, special)
viser, Negro affairs for the
tionai Youth Administration,
president of Bethiiiie-Cookmjyi
lege was special guest and left
at Prairie View State Collog^, ( >m-
ing to Prairie View on her;,je< ent
tour of Texas.
The distinguished educator
fitateswoinan was given an ovat^
as Princij al W. R. Hanks, ext|
ing her career and serrJeop
sented President J. J. Rh
Rishop College w ho introduced
our race has
superintendent and staff at their
posts. Services at Mt. Xefco were
food throughout the day. The
pastor used for his subject "What
Are You Iluilding On".
Mrs. C. A. Lockctt was the din-
ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thom-
as Kelly Sunday. Rev. J. M.
Smith left Monday for Robs tow 11
and other points.
Misees Juanita Jones, LucHe
Hopkins and Mrs. E. IJ. Green
gave a surprise party in honor
of Mrs. I). It. Itishop, July 22
in the home of Mr. Hid Hopkins.
A delicious repast was served
and the honoree was presented
with a beautiful birthday cake, a
gift of her niece, Bonnie Lue
—B e a t i n
blunt greeting k, "wliu're you ever
THUMBING OVER THE list of
a lot of copper-colored liamdon-
nit'(* (so they call 'em) who spend
three-fourths of their time hiring
out as 81'AHRINfl PABTNEBS,
results in lieing told "I can't use
you," or making you an offer that
wouldn't keep you in coffee and
cakes until THE NEXT RELIEF
MODERN" EIGHT PROMOTERS,
have merely turned back the
musty ittges of flstlana, and are
serving their Nord patrons rare
fistic tidiiitH that savor of the
"hattle royal horriflera", with
TRIILY'GREAT NEGRO CHAMP
IONS being used as pit bulldogs
against each other with the bliud-
folds off—thass all folks.
HOMBWHK/RK OUT WHERE
GREEN THAI LS WAIT there
muat lie rouslriy 10,000 bronze-
toned kids who potentially are
cratk fighters. Year after year
lege courses In appropriate field
of engineering are required. Age,
under 35. Announcement M. Clos-
ing date: (a) July 20, 1037; (b)
July 20. 1037.
CniEE OF LIBIlAllY SERVICE
DIVISION. J5,000 a year; SPEC-
IALIST IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES,
$3,800 a year; SPECIALIST IN
SCHOOL LIBRARIES, $:!,S00 u
a year; Office of Kducatioo De-
partment of the Interior. Comple-
tion of a 4-year course in a col-
lege or university of recognized
standing, and certain giudiiatc
study and experience arc re'iulred.
Age, under 03. Announcement 53.
Closing date: (a) July 2fl, 1037;
(b) July 29. 1937.
SENIOR EDUCATIONAL AN-
ALYST (TESTS AND MEASURE
MBNTS), $4,800 a year; EDUCA-
TIONAL ANALYST (TESTS AND
MEASUREMENTS), $3,800 a year,
Extension Service, office of Co-
operative Extension Work, Depart
ment of Agriculture. Certain sped*
fled education and experience are
required. Age, under 53. Announce-
ment 02. Closing date; (a) Aug-
ust 10, 1937; (b) August 11), 1037.
PRINCIPAL SAFETY PROMO-
TION ADVISER, $5,000 a year,
Division of Labor Standards, De-
partment of Labor. Certain speci-
fied education, and experience in
the fleld of industrial «afety are
required. A ire mirier r '-t. Announce-
ment 00. Closing date, (a) August
16, 11137; (b) August 19, 1937.
FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, *3,-
500 a year, Division of Savings
Bonds, Treasury Department Cer-
tain specifiod experience in connec-
tion with the sale of securities is
required. Age, uud.>r 53. Announce-
ment 59. Closing date: (a) August
10, 1037; (b) August 19. 1937.
OaMn K w Service.
MLSiKOGEE. okla.—J. Bernard
Smith, editor of the Oklahoma In-
dependent, 115V4 South 2nd Street,
was named attorney for the State
Board of Affairs in sterilization
canes arising from the Tafi hos-
pital, last week. This marks the
first time a colored man has ever
been named attorney for the Board
Of Nordic's Will
IIy Tlif AsHorlntril Negro Treii.
XENIA, O.—When the will of
the late Attorney C. W. Whitner,
wealthy resident of this city, was
recently admitted to probate, id
was learned that Uc had named
his life long friend and business
associate, Attorney W. S. Rogers,
colored, as the trustee and execu-
tor. It is said to be the first case
of its kind on record in the state.
Whitner's friendship for Attor-
ney Rogers was shared by the
former's family, as all arc in ac-
cord with the prarisions of the
will. The estimated value of the
estate is $20,000, personal proper-
ty, and $10,000 in real estate. Oa
application of the executor, certain
stocks and moneys were impounded
by Judge Smith in the Xenia Na-
tional Bank, and the executor'*
bond wan «cit at 110,000. Attorneys
Whitner and Itogcrs shared Die
sauie office for many years.
KALTIMORK, Md.—I** atur-
day while working on an electric
crane, Operator John Howard, 35,
stepped off the insulated section
to get some tools, life head audi
feet came in contact with the steel j
Victoria Pastor is
Called tc El Paso
VICTORIA, Texas—Rev. O. P.
Keliier, pnxtor of Palestine Baptist
Church, has been called to, and
has accepted, the pastorate of Sec-
ond I!apilst Ohorcli, El l'aso, Tex-
as. Rev. Felder is n native Texan,
having earned his college and semi-
nary degree at Virginia Union
University. Richmond, Virgin!*, fjm
taki>s mi his new duties In Au£uat.
Mention, Register to our adver-
as, a graduate of Fisk University
and of the Hampton libiaj> .tiiooi,
sailed for Europe Saturday. Sha
will visit nine eo untried and
twenty one cities. En route to
York she visited in New Orleana
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