San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, June 10, 1949 Page: 2 of 12
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Luting News *
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Fuueral aervloao were held at
^lieudshlp ttaptlst church, Sundmj,
May -M. for Jtm Hudspeth. Rev. If.
J. Hutchinson gave the eulogy and
11/i.in Puneral home was iu charge.
Interment wan at Plum Creek
cemetery. The Welfare club nerved
dinner to the bereaved family after
Little Marjorle Ann Newton Is
on vacation with relative* and
frteuds In San Antonio. Mrs. Maud
ttuuday was regular pastoral daj
at New Light Baptist church, Re\
Say lei, pastor. A revival opened
Juue 7 at Mtickey Chapel Meth-
odist, Rev. W. Fields, pnstor. Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. K inch low attended
the funeral of Mrs. Henry Kinchlow
in Georgetown, Monday evening.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
Plmery aud Everett Thomas.
Charles Lawsou visited his wife in
Kyle Texas. Robert Lee visited hia
family in Seguin, Texas. Clarence
Stone of San Autonlo visited his
Schuler of Svguiii spent a few brother and sister-in-law, Mr. snd
dsys in the city with her daughter, *
Mrs. Lola B. l>okes. liay Hurrisim
Jr., who graduated from Prairie
View college in May, has returned
home. Voyos 1*. Whitley Jr., wlio
has been in the services, is home
with sn honorable discharge. Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Kelly .ind Mrs. Annie
L. Collins recently visited relatives
Mrs. L. R. Stone, over the week-end.
(This newb received too lat« for pub-
Ication last week.)
Mrs. Bank White recently return-
ed frooi Los Ang *les. Cal. Mrs.
Gladys Kinchlow had as her guest,
over the week-end, James Lester
nad sister. Mrs. Stewart of Austin,
iind friends in Austin. The Luliug J Mr. and Mrs. B. Harris and chil-
dren. Mrs. Harris. Mrs. Kinchlow's
sinter. Miss Tominie I^awson is
visiting her brother. Charles Law-
sou. Mrs Karneatine Lawsou is visit-
ing relatives in Dason. Texas. She
was accomiwnied l y her little
da tighter, Virginia Nell.
High school closed Thursday.
The Sunday school and YPWW
congress was held at the Church
of (iod iu Christ Tuesday, May 31,
and Wednesday. June 1. Present
were W. O. Andersou. president;
Superintendent R. A. Grant of the
San Antonio district, and Bishop
J H. Galloway. Services were wvll
Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and
George Sherrill an* attending the
national Sunday school aud BY PC
congress at Pallas, starting June
8-12. W. B. Appling « f Ssn Antonio
visited his mother, Mrs. Hattie Ap-
pling and other relatives over the j
The homecoming program spon-
sored by the Dkkerson cemetery
association on Sunday, May it), was
quite a success. Pinner was served
in the grove near the cemetery,
and Rev. James Ross preached a
fine sermon. Mrs. Illinois Ellison is
Babe Lauikin of tlie Atlauta com-1 president of the cemetery assocla-
mnnity died June 4, and funeral
services were held June 9.
(This ne«a received too late for pub-
lication last week.)
(Tfcle news received too lats for pub-
lication last week.)
Mrs. Shellie Hawthorne, Mr. and
Mrs. Willie J. Hull of llouston
visitvd in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
O. C. Carroll. Mrs. B. B. Webb
and Mrs. Ned Webb left Friday for
The home mission drive, sponsor-
ed by the missionary sisters, was a
success <*ltli the sum of $30.-7 being
raised. Rev. II. Harvey and family
of Karnes City, Texan, visited iu
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Gladney. Otis Coverson is doing
nicely following an operation. Mrs.
Anna Johnson. Mri. Callle Kuyken-
dull, KhelHe Mitchell, ami Mrs. W.
B. Johnson are ill.
TON 10 REGISTER
IK.JAI, JUNE IV.
Simmons, and Mr. aai Olmrlea
H(nlitera, all of San Aatoalo were
recent rial tori. lira. Vnjg^i'niter
York town News
Hev and Mrs. Crawford. Mrs. I <*r "f citizens gathered at
Henrietta Xeal. Mrs. Marie Eliza cemetwy Tuesday, where new
Neal. Mrs. Willie Roberts and Mrs.
Susie Freeman worshiped In sen
lees in Gonzales, Saturday night.
Miss Minnie Ola Freeman has re-
turned home from Sau Antonio
where she has bwn attemilng school
ut St. l'eter Claver's academy. Mrs.
Clarellne Cletnon and Miss Clarence
Good attended the Women's Bible
institute at Kenedy, Texas.
Rev B. A. B.v.i r*. pastor of St
, . funeral of Mrs. I,, j. Carroll'l
Sunday was regular pastoral day f,lth(,r ln HaUettiville. Sunday,
at Rising Star church, and Itev. Tllj|lul Johnson of San Antonio spent
H HilUard was at his post. A num- t[)(, wwk^11(, with hls wiff.
The Cslier board of Grant Tem-
ple Church of Christ rendered a
very fine program last week with
Hev. C. W. Williams of Greenberg,
Pennsylvania, bringing a fine ser-
mon. Mrs. Allie Mae Walker is
president of the usher board and
Rev. Grant is pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. Jauies Caldwell and
Misses Emma I* Beau and Gertrude
lMtts motored to SmithvlUe where
Service! at ML OM
chapel were well at
K. M. llukes has retu
two weeks' vacation w(
Delotei Jackson, In
Mrs. T. II. Allen and _
and Mrs. Frank Wlilto Jg re-
turned from a recent rMt iu St
touts, Mo.. Chicago, III, and Mil
waukee. Wis., where Mra. JUIen war
visiting her chlldrea. Mil. -fcclores
Jh. kson, John and Oeoift Oeiv
The graduates and collect stu-
dents were entertained Euriiay,
June 4, with a social at Barnctt
Chapel. Mra. Daloiea Jackson la
visiting her mother, Mra. T. II. Al-
Sumliiv school was well attvuded 'fl 1'■ Frank White II and a friend
at New'Jerusalem Baptist church, were week-end visitors rt hl wife.
Services were also good at Little Mrs. Frank White, and family.
1 let he I AME. Mrs. B. B. Webb and
Mrs. Xed Webb spent the week-end
In Game, Texas, for a homecoming
service. Miss Millard Kuykendall |
has retnrned from Corpus ChrlatL
Word was received here of the death
of Shelly Mitchell, father of Thom-
as and Bernice Mitchell, also the
brother of Mrs. M. M. Koontx. Mrs.
Callle Kuykendall Is on tbe sick llat.
Mrs. SI. I. Gladney and Miss
Millard Kuykendall attended the
installation services of Hev. A. V.
S I m m o n s of Mt. Bethel AME
church, Ctiero, Texas. Professor E.
W. Carroll, principal of Charlotte
High school siient the week-end
here. Several teachers left Satur-
day for summer school. Mrs. V. M.
Carroll is in Prairie View and
Professor E. W. Carroll is at TSU
in Houston. Several attended the
ground was fenced ln, the old ceme-
tery cleaned, and dinner served on
A number of citizens met at the
church for the purpose of organiz-
ing a Negro group for it fund rais-
ing for the benefit of the new Memo-
rial hospital. Two group captains,
Mrs. Emma King and Jerry Fisher
with five co-workers each were as-
igned to solicit funds. It Is hoped
n IV ■ ; - |h . n t 1|h^ | .......IK,, lifts motored to mitnviiie wnere
Paul Methodist church was at his , that ail will makt liberal contribu , TWlftl Mr Hml Mrs. Cald-
post. Deacou J. S. Williams and "ons. # well's relatives. Miss Lottie Wil-
liams. who graduated from l'ralrle
View college s&>ent several days in
Seguin with relatives, and will re-
Mr* Uaye and Kettle Joe Mayes of Hnllpttwillp Nl>W*
children uf Karnes City were week- naneiutvilir I'c"'
Nixon accompanied him ! Mr. and Mrs. Andv Cunningham
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Seal andj and Mrs. Jessie Bell Washington ^^'to p^air^'view-where' ilhe'-ia
end visitors in the home of their of San Antonio were week-end visi-
pareuts, Mr. aud Mrs. Walter Neal. | tors in the city. Mr ;ind Mrs. jL.
♦— | L. Sanders snd sons of (ialvestou,
W eimar News I Texas, the week-end visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker. War-
Three members were added to the . ren Robinson and L. Bennett of
roll < f Macedonia iiaptl^t church. s;an Antonio were In the city atteud-
Missvs Myrtle Johnson and Wilma }ng j0 f>iu,iuess. Funeral service#
WILson are attending the summer Were held Sunday at Good Hope
sessions ln I*ralrie View allege. church for Kerry Foley of
Prof snd Mrs. R. A. Atkinson and Houston. John Bedford funeral di-
L. V. Steward motored to Prairie rectors were ln charge. Funeral
View where Mrs. Atkinson will at- , genrloes were also held for Jim
£SJX\JS2. UDlT",ltJ f°r i Sunday WUaoo ind lona her „cntlon wtth ^
^egroes in Houston. _ . | fnnersl home was in charge. Ix>uisia * «UuKhter-ln-law Merceant and
accepting a J l>.
Little Hermit Wade is recover-
ing nicely from a fall received sev-
eral weeks ago. Little Lois Miller
is recovering from su operation
she underwent last week. Miss
Eve Mae Kimble is visiting rel-
atives in Corpus Christi, during
summer vacation days., - ~«
Seven candidates were baptized
ln the Guadalupe river Sunday
afternoon. Mrs. J. E. Fnlmore left
for El Paso, Texas, where she will
Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Jackson : Newton, dau&hter of Poaey Wil-
Inesea Williams and children. Kula
Mae. Robert, and James, of San An-
tonio. visited in tb* city as the
guests of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson and
Mrs. Stover of Columbus, visited
their daughter. Mrs. Gloria Johnson
and aunt, Mrs. Linn Johnson.
Jin ir 4tlaclmtnh
and daughter-in-law, Hergeant and
Mra. D. O. Bonds, stationed at Fort
Karnes City News
Mission was held Tneaday evening
at Prospect liaptist church with the
president in charge. The leasoi was
taught by Ihc pastor. Mra. H. I).
Johnson rehearsed tlh! (Mldren for
the Sunday school ami BYPUcounty
Institute which will be held Bnnday,
June 12, at Galilee Baptbt church,
Kenedy, Texas. Teachera' me,-ting
wns held Friday night. The Sunday
school had a large atteadaaee Sun-
day morning with the putci re-
viewing the Sunday school lesson.
The viie-presldent had ctarge of
BY PC and Little Ola Pearl King
conducted the dlseuaaloa.
Mra. W. M. Wheeler, Mitchell
Johnson Jr., to 3an Antonio, and
Mrs. Sheiton of Corpm Christi «ere
called to attend the bed*tile of
their mother, Mrs. Knthie Johnson.
The regular buainuaa teuton will
Ih' held Saturday, June 11, at 2:30
o'clock. Mrs. Johnnie Shandr. Mrs.
Rutiiie Johuson and Jim Bhandy
are on the sick list.
Mount Pilgrim Baptist church
hid a large attendance it gervl ea
throughout the day. Kathleen Tip-
plus of Refugio has announced her
engagement to Tommy E. Heard of
Victoria. Mr. and Mra. Heard an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Ethel Mne, to Lonnie lx>e
Prince, son of Mr. and Mri. Perry
I.ee Prince, Victoria Texas. Mra.
Mary Polk, who has been 111 for
quite some time. Is up and spent
Sunday In the home of ner sister,
ifirs. Rachel Powers. ^
(News rwetTC* too Ufa tor pubtt-
putillcailon last week.I
The Snpier choir furnlafatd song*
Sunday at the dosing of the cerv-
ices by Rev. Houston of San Au-
tonlo. The sum of $44.13 was rr laed.
The Brooks singers of La Vernla
met la the services Sunday night
with Mt. Boae Uospel singers at
the AME church. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Adains of Lullug. Texas, visit-
ed relative* here Si.udsy.
Mra M. V. Myera was 111 San An-
tonio on business last Wednesday.
Curby Mills Is here from Germany
visiting his daughter. Isa Joe Mill*.
Miss Vcraell Pas* of this city
and A. Demery of Round Rock,
Texas, were mnrrled Saturday
night. June 4, at eight-thirty o'clock.
The hride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mri. Sherman Pass, and I he
groom Is the son 'it Mrs. Deniry of
Round Rock, Texas. John Wilbert
Walker was beat man and Miss
I^atrlce Kuykendall was brides-
mnld. Kvn Blanche Walker served
as flower girl and John Henry
Harris was ring-liearer. Rev. C. V.
Cavltt read the marriage lines. An
Informal reception followed nt
which a numlier of people were
present. Mrs. Iteniry and daughter,
Ernestine l)eniry, were present from
out of the city.
Richard Walker. Sr.. Is Improv-
ing after the operation to remove
a bullet lodged in his hip. when lie
was accidentally shot three wtek
(This new* received too late for
publication last week)
31r. and Mrs. John Jones at-
tended the services at the Church
of God in Christ. Prof. R. W. I^e
and family of San Antonio, tkiorge
Adams of Louisiana. Lloyd Williams
and family, Mrs. Coverson and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. Sunders,
Herman Wilson and family of
Breslau were visitors here.
Sunday services were splendid at
the churches. Rev. A. 1). Porter
wns at Ids post of duty nt St. Paul
and delivered the message. Miss
Cora Cleveland of Pleasant on visit-
ed in the home of Mr. ami Mrs.
Jacob Simmons. Prof. R. W. Lee,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Satnuel Johnson and
Mrs. Delia Jobnsou of San Antonio
were visitors her".
Mrs. Louisa Johnson Of Brown's
Chapel community died Thursday.
Week-end visitor* hers were Willi#
L. Jones of Honstou and Joe Ralner
Rev. Oscar Lacefield Jr., of Bish-
op college, held services at Provi-
dence Baptist church. Sunday, Mt.
Pilgrim Is In the midst of ■ finan-
cial drive whin .loses Sunday.
June 12. Rev. A. Bedford, pastor.
Rev. Johnson, of Houston, preached
nt llenson Chapel, Sunday night.
Ony Jones, who Is In the hospital,
Is doing nicely. A school for vet-
ersns opened Mouday night at Ed-
wards high school with L. C. Col-
CARD OF THANKS
May I say thank you to my
friends and neighbors for the kind-
ness shown me by ihe expressions
of cards, flowers awl deed* during
jny recent Illness. Sanies are too
numerous to call every oue. May
God bless each of you.
—Mrs. Ethel Smith.
Bev. C. W. Watts, pastor of St.
Paul AME church, wns presented a
pulpit robe at the Sunday services.
Itev. R. E. Jefferson, pn*tor of Bed'
ford Cliapel AME church visited
with Hev. Watt*. Mra. Lettle Living-
ston and Tom Butler are on the
Sundav school wns well attend-
ed at St. Paul Baptist church. Sun-
day. St Paul took tbe district
banner at La Orange Western Snn-
day scliool nad BYPU cwigres*. Bev.
and Mrs. Williams of Sail Antonio,
Tex a*, conducted the service* at St.
Matthews AME church, Sunday,
which " ere well attended. The
mother** union held a tliree nlght
program at 8t. Paul, last week,
with Rev. S. S. Harris conducting
the services on Wednesday night.
R«t. Mack Thursday Might,
and Rev. ■. M. Franklin, Friday
night. Rev. Fjanklln Is from Ana-
tin. Mr*. A hi* Lee, n pioneer cttl>
aen of thl* city, died Wednesday
morning and was burled from St.
Paul Baptist Mlurcb. Friday. Rev.
S. L. Davis of Austin, Texas, de-
livered tlie eulogy. She 1* survived
by two daughters, one son, eleven
grandchildren, four great grand,
children, and three great great
Mrs. L. E. Hardaway Is home
after attending school at the Texas
State university In Houston. Mrs.
Mary Thomas Bedd Is here from
Paul Qulnn college, Waco. Mrs. B.
0. Harris left for Tlllotson college
Open Sunday 2 p.m. to fi p.m.
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