San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, January 30, 1942 Page: 2 of 8
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JFRIP4Y, .TANU.\;tV 30. 1Q-H
TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS
Mr. ami Mrs. C. II. Brown, find
A. Parrish motored to (Jon
Bali's to visit relative* and friends.
Services were well attended at
Macedonia fast Sunday. Rev. B
Xjewia spoke at the mornlug serv-
ice. Mrs. Lucy Williams was the
guest of Mrs. V. L. Smith last
Monday. Mrs. Corita Ellison was
thr ftiatt of Mrs. J. M. Smith,
Sunday was regular i«*toral day
at St I.like, and services were
fine. Three were added to the
church. Services at Mt. Pilgrim
were fine. Mr. and Mrs. C. D,
Hill of Victoria had the misfor-
tune to lose their little daughter,
Kuth Elaine. She died Friday,
\!r*. iHear Lee, Mrs. Wlliia wa* buried here Sunday. Sev
H se and Willia Mae Whitehead. ,>rai out <,f towu people attended
*l*Mit thf week-end in (ioliad, j funeral.
Texas. Rev. P. L. White was the' Addle Mae Williams of
guest of Mrs. Georgia Bluckwell Houston is visiting her grand-
last Monday. Miss S. B. Farrow| mother and other relative. Miss
was the guest of Mrs. V. Mitchell| Evelyn Elliott had as her guests
city. Prof, and Mrs. J. Hams and |
Miss Paris accompanied the team.1
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Recreation Center at Tuske?ee iifanfile Paralysis Unit
©u Monday. Rev. C A. Singletary
Is on the sick list.
Services were fine on Sunday
a i all churches. The New Light
Go>pel singers of San Antonio
rendered a short program at Quiuu
Chapel AME churcli last Sunday
at four o'clock.
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Funeral services were held for
Mrs. Fay Johnson, Sunday after-
noon, at Webster Chapel AME
church with Bev. E. B. IMckerson,
officiating. She died Thursday
after an illness of long standing.
e leaver a widower, Andrew
Johnson; her father, Ben Valen-
tine; two sisters, Mrs. Willie
Weils, and Miss Bessie Valentine,
and a host of other relatives and
A circle of the Junior mission
met at the home of Mrs. Sadie
Williams. The hostess served de-
licious refreshments. The NAACP
program scheduled to meet at
Vnion Lea was postponed due to
the funeral held there Sunday.
Miss Mary Carroll arrived Sat-
urday from California to be at
the bedside of her mother, Mrs.
Fannie Carroll. Ed Hammonds
was honored with a birthday party
given by his son and daughter,
August Hammonds and Mrs.
If nude Lindsey.
ttev. J. L. Watley, pastor of Hen-
on Sunday night. Miss Sattle Mae
Bell, Francis Williams, Zan King,
and Miss Margaret Tyson.
Robert Bevins was the week-end
guest of his sister, Mrs. Berth
Sims. On the sick list this week
are Mrs. Sallie Ialiah, Mrs. Eunice
Brown, and Sanford Sha1
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Mackey. Mrs. Doilie Smith was
called to Galveston to see her
father who Is quite s riously ill.
Son Chapel Methodist church per iMrs. Josephine *<purrell and Ciif-
f' rined a jauirriage ceremony last ton Thomas of San Antonio at-
Sunday school at Antioch Bap-
tist was on time with the super-
intendent In charge. Morning
service was well attended and the
pastor preached from the subject, Shown above is a section of the by the I'psllon chapter of the ia-
"(Jet your house ia order." Rev. recently completed Phi l>elta Kap tional sorority of the Phi Delta
J. L. Taylor of San Antonio jj>a recreation center at the in- ( Kappa, Tuskegee Institute, The
preached an inspiring sermon. Den- fantile paralysis unit at Tuskegee, members make periodical rial:- to
cons Mosley and Sledge, also of ,nstltute> AlaJ,ama
San Antonio, were present. Thei . , . , , , I . , . , ti. -m-rimmm
Bight services were excellent. picture nre four criPPlel1 children | furnished with newspapers *1xH.ka
Visitors were present from Ebbou. wl'u "re under treatmeut at tl uml magazines as well as^eyiiip-
Ottlne and Staples. The choir i hospital. j aient for work in Industrial arts.
rendered a delightful program and i The recreation room was set upj Members of the local copter j taker and Miss Bernice Williams,
the pastor prcarhed a wonderful | ■*.
Mrs. Raymond Culberson of gon and granddaughter, Julius, Jr.,
Brov*nwood visited her purents. and Delonis C. Brown, visited in
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Merriweatber. the home of Mrs. M. E. Spears
Mr. and Mrs. Allie Miller and lit last Sunda}. M". and Mrs. Ossie
tie Nell, Mrs. Lula Polk and Her- Parker were pleasant visitors
man Holloway of Corpus Chrlstl J Thursday. Mrs. Era Williams and
spent the week end with relatives, daughter, Helen M. Corley and
Mrs. 7.r::a Clark Bell of San An- nephew, Velsee rrct^ored to San
tonio visited her father. Mr. Sam! Antonio last Thursday on business.
nre: Mrs. Laura C. Buck, Mrs.
Letltia E. Carter, Mrs. Madge R.
Cravens, Mrs. Kate H. Daruaby,
Mrs. Mary K. Frazier, Mrs. Clara
Shown in the. the hospital and keep thei'r< om M. Hicks, Mrs. T. I). Kelly, Mrs.
Katie J. Miller, Mrs. Cleo S.
Morse, Mrs. Anne H. Peterson,
Mrs. Emma Lou Roberts, Mrs.
Mayme Welch, Miss Dorothy WMt-
ander and Miss Flowers of this present to the ceremony.
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night for Miss Fannie Nuels and
William Lengley Woods. The Y.
VI of Providence Baptist church
organized a few days ago, is
progressing splendidly under the
leadership of Mrs.
:y under the cr,
Frances Lewis en
"a™ group of friends with
a supper at the residence of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lewis,
on Thursday mght, January 22.
Gaam were played and the hostess
served dclicious refreshments,
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84.• ve. J
Iiice enlisted as mess
in the naval reserve.
1 o:i his seventeenth
rhich is the minimum
e navy and naval re-
and Mrs. George Har-
hav« r^urned from San An-
wiiryj 4hey have l<een visit-
tended the funeral of Mrs. Lue Ida
Smith, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.
Montie Hays, Ophelia Thomas and
little Max, Jr., visited their moth-
er, Mrs. A. Bailey.
Ths American Woodmen, Camp
organised the Green Croaa with
Mia* Vivian Collier
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Sunday school was reported fine
at all churches. Rev. EL C. Mc-
Mullin filled his post Sunday at
two services. The Silver-tone
Gospel singers rendered a won-
derful program at the church to
a crowded house. The amount of
$25.17 was raised during the serv-
Mr*. JuanUa Leonard of San
Anloulo upeul tbe week 'with trvr
Fletcher Mackey visited their m (he city riease sare your
mother. Mrs. Henrietta Mackey. nickel for the Register, and glee
of Pasadena, California, hat
Sunday school at True
was well attended with the
intendent, Ilea Thompson,
the review. B. T. 8.
with the president -in chai
program was rendered by
number fonr. Rev. Richard
brought the night message,
was added to the church.
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^Sunday service* w re flue
churches. Rev. Billiard (
Baptist church preached tw
Ciaude Huinbrcy, teacher at Del
Rio, was a visitor in the city
Sunday night. Miss Arllne Green
of Kentucky enrolled in the high
school department last Monday.
The P. T.A. will meet at the school
on Thursday night, February 5, at
the school auditorium. All patrons
are urged to be present.
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Mrs. Martha Martin jied Satur-
day and was buried Tuesday. Mrs
Mildred Harris, Mrs. Willis Huff
and Peggie Jean, Ellxabeth and
Wilburn Ray motored to San An-
tonio. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon
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mous during the day. Sel< tlons
were heard from the Jour nton
choir. Mrs. M. Banks an, Mr
NeUt. l rteBUy went to
Sunday for services, lie
, thought u. ">« .l' l UU
Miss Leura PuTIIam IM 'Iter
hn.tber, L. Z. King, visited! belr
mother, Mrs. A. King, before' [lug
left M the army. I-onnlet Cole
and family of Charlotte, we < in
the services Sunday
Mrs. Minnie Jackson
The St. James Missloaary circle j in the home of her mother-Wlaw,
number one, met at the home of: Mrs. I,ucy Jackson. She |toved
8w;tner arrived home Friday fr'un, jtruscilla Kaaisey, and alljfroui the city two months
Maria. fnwobets.. were or««e(!.t, . TJireo An'nilto
Wilis '. .1 T i.vlur'cbureh is moving g lHSta wert) present Mrs. T. T. pay your poll tax-
along in a fine way und r the Tollvl,r taugUt the lesson. The New BraUnfelS NeWS
leadership of Rev B. A. Byars., i10Sfeii served a delicious repast.
Mrs. I. North is superintendent of
the Sunday school and ha^
corps of teachers.
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The next meeting will be held at
' , were held Sunday afternoon at
Capet, Texas, with many from
lng her relatives. They were en-
tertained by Rev. and Mrs. M. N.
T.J.vlor, Mr and Mrs. M. N. Tay-
lor, Jr., Mr and Mrs. Lorenzo
Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. Ciiarie® j Rev. H. Harvey preached at
Blevins, .ind Mr. Johnson, while « Lllett for Pastor Maye, who is
i still on the sick list. He al>o
Mrs. Aunie Belle McDougaU ofj occupied his own pulpit at Rising, F :I1,.r,] sorvices for Mrs. Claudia
St. Loui Mi^s'turi; and Mrs. Star Baptist church at the evening Wilson, who died in Corpus Christi,
L irraine Mitchell of Houston, service. RLsing 'Star was well rep
T- xas. visited Mrs. R. L. Dudley. ] reaente-1 at the County Institute
A sou was born to Mr. and Mrs. j held in Karnes City, Saturday and
T. C. Ennels, at a local hospitaL j Sunday. Deacon William*, Mrs.
M ither and s<.n are doing nicely. ^ illiams and others were in at-
Mrs. Willie Beecham of King*ville tendance.
is visiting relatives and friends., An offering was taken fur nelgb-
Mrs. fcarah Mead, a teaeher in th- , b<ir James Dart and Pastor Maye
It figjio - hool system, is speudinK,at Bisiug Star, Sunday evening.
u few dajs in the city. j 7Pri> ■ ' T
l-'nneral services were held fronij Boerne News
\1 l'leji^ant cuurch for Mrs. t
Ophelia Herron, whose death f c■; Sunday was pastoral day at Mi.
curred at a local hospital nft*r:Xrtio Baptist church with Rev.
a *liort illness. Rev. Freddie IJobh-'nnd Mrs. E. II. Green on duty.
< ffici,ued with the Lytle Funeral1 Mr*. Idelia Arnold had charge of
li'ime in charge of arrangements. Sunday school, out of town viol-
in ad.! Lion to her widower, Joseph tors were present during the day.
Herron, she is survived by four Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davis, Mrs.
tixt Jti and five brothers. | Ollle Wilson of Comfort, Texas,
Fun ral service were held fori were visitor®. Mrs. Ida Davis i«-
Rutn A-.c- Hill, year old daughter turned home Sunday after spend-
of Mr. eud Mrs. C. I>- Hill, who i-g a week visiting in San An-
died at Dctnn hospital from tonio with her daaghter and son-
pneum'u'.ia, af"er an illness of three in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ilur-'
conducted he interesting meeting
at Prospect Baptist church, Wed-
.^ . nesday. All officers of the various
Sunday was regular pastoral d iy auxiliaries of the church were
the home of Mi>. Ltiiel Spencer.! at Liic Oak Baptist church, wit.ij pfgg^t, Plans were discussed for
The school eutertainmeut given
at the school Saturday night was
asuccess. No Sunday school was
held due to the institute being
held in Karnes City, and many
wont for the meeting. Mrs. Vera
Bios, Rev. L. Barber and brother
mutfOrmi to S+vuiaa Lust Saturday
on tm«fne*ft. Lem Williams and
son, Steve, motored to Floreavllle.
Miss Jewel jjnm*. -w^nt Friday
eight as the guest of Miss Clara
Williams. Mrs. Sylvia Barber and
grandson, Alfred Brady, are con-
fined to bed with the mumps.
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tonio spent the week-end in the
city with her sister, Mrs. Edna
Wlllinm9, of Waelder, Texas. Rev.
I. C. Green and his church of San
Antonio were in the city Thursdny
night to help with the rally and
raised J28.50. The drive closed
Sunday night and raised $56.22.
Their goal was $100.
Mrs. Dickenson and dnughter,
SIr.t. T. Mae McKerguson and choir
made a large showing at Mount
Olive Baptist elturch. The sermon
preached hv Rev. Green was en-
joyed. Lawrence Ear! Norris of
San Anionio and Mrs. Willis of
Houston are visitors in the city
during the week.
The Dad's cltih met at Doyle
high school Tuesday night, and
badness was discussed concern
lng a revue. The purpose of the
cluh Is to help the athletic activity
of the sihool, and all men of the
city are urged to take part. Meet-
ings are held on Tuesday nights
at the school.
Itaee relations Day is being ob-
served Sunday, February 8, at
Baructt Chapel, and a large crowd
Is expected. Examinations were
held at the Doyle high school end-
ing February 2.1 Mrs. Mattic
lifer and daughter went to stay
with her other daughter, Mrs. W.
J. MrXeal anil Mrs. Eva Davis
for a month or so. Mrs. Murray
and daughter, Miss Johnelia Mur-
ray, spent the holidays In Houston
and recently returned.
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beloved figure la the community,| "welcome" by Annie Louise l(un.
as a lecturer in central and westIdolph; the "class address" by
Texus. Mrs. Cotton is well known Benjamin MacGIll, and tlio class
Mrs. J. 8. Williams of Nixon
was in the city Wednesday on
bn?!nc?sr - Mr;. -Er
Mrs. Roxana Richardson held a
family dinner last week, with rep-
resentatives from other cities pre-
sent. Guests were Mr. and Mrs
S. Johnson and daughter of this
city; Ervin Johnson of Corpus
Chrlstl; Mrs. Artelta Andrews,
Houston; Mrs. Mary Beverly and
Mrs. Ernestine Armstrong, of this
Mrs. A. L. Jamison's music stu-
dents organized a music club In
November, and officers of the
club are Itosle Marie Davis, presl
dent: Liliie Pearl Mitchell, vice
president; Dorothy Mae ganders,
secretary; Doris Lee Robinson, as
sistant secretary; Mrs. Jamison,
director; and Mildred Ruth Earl,
Mr. and Mrs. James Tllley, Wat-
kins Caviel, Mrs. A. Williams, and
Mrs. G. O. Caldwell visited in
Schuienburg, Texas, last Sunday.
•Mrs. Kniilife I.enzy is doing nicely
at this time. Richmond liraaiet
had th. ml.lorluuo to cut a deep
gush In his leg last Monday. Mr*.
8. Morris and daughter, Mrs. Lcona
RllIK, Hklnw. wm* In tV. al c
on business last Friday.
Miss Grace Tyler, popular young
soeiallte of this city, left for Cal-
ifornia for an Indefinite stay.
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St. Hedwig News
lu the community and is always
enjoyed whenever she appears on
any program. Mrs. Walton was
principal speaker and Mrs. Cotton
entertained with several readings.
Sunday's meeting was the last
to be held In the temporary quar-
ters. The formal opening of the
new IJSO-YMCA building on Cor-
dell street, will be held at three
o'clock. Mrs. E. C. Smltb, as-
sistant director of the I'SO-YMCA
was guest speaker on the Hardin
high school homenmkers program.
Mrs. Smith is a San Antonian and
has won many friends since as
sinning her duties at the local
Services were fine at all
churches on Sunday. No services
were held at Emanuel Chapel
Methodist church due to the ab-
sence of the pastor. I'rof. II. C.
DeBernnrd, psychologist and astro-
logist, was heard in the first of
a series of lectures at Emanuel'
Mutinies 0 ii *1 >■- .t A illiams. is Upt. B. W. in 11 lr pastor, pf'I tijp Xew Year and officers were
president: Druscilla ltanisey, see j ices were well attended. Mri. 0.' elected. Deacon King was elected
rel:ir , and Moilie Williams Is, M Scrutchin, the pianist, iy lls chaplain,* Mrs. R. B. Cunuiug-
treasurer of this organization. j hack at her post, after being ib-jham, chairman; Mrs. M, L. Ten-
Mis.. shelly Itoach is visiting sent ' ' " "" " ' '
home folks in Seguin. band
SEP" I the -Ve
1 '■ | elected.
Iff' as chn]
mm , ham, c: H.
due to the illness of her Jiu.- jKUt, Bs spcretary; and Mrs. R
d. \isitora were Mrs. J*:. h,| Parker as treasurer. Meetings will
Miss Marie Bull, and Mrs. Iti .i he held on the Mondays following
Ramsey of Seguin. tlm fourth Sunday in each month.
Services at Allen Chapel AMI. The Karnes county Women's
church were fine. Mrs. Beatrice; Bil.le Institute lifj.l Its first mect-
I Hartfield of San Antonio was tin ing of the year Saturday and Sun-
tias ii:>• attending. Site U snr-jguest of the Hunter family, or. |day at Prospect Baptiet church
v.ve.l hy her wii..wer; parents, Sunday. J^rnes Walker, Jr. |*a, here, with the vice-president, Mrs.
Mr : Mrs. Williams; three sis-1 entertained by liis mother, Satur- . j0h„s„n, presiding. People
rs. Mis-H Cortne and Maxlnei day, with a birthday party. Oac ts fn,la g.m Ant0l,i0i Corp-, christi,
V.. . and Mt- Kimble; one] numbered about 20. Mr. and W Kutige, Keuedv, GlUette Stockdale.
br. r. far;.is. and a number of. Eddie IUinsey or Seguin„,*c- xiX0ll> nnd Gonzales, were present1
s aud friends. On the sick j-nuts of the Hunter family in'The total amount of ML® was1
Third Sunday services at He-
nfoj&MiNbran EUi>tWi- chtirrh, Jfcr C S
Brown, pastor, were well attended,
aud Snuday school was on time
with Superintendent Buffin in
charge. Rev. Perryman had charge
of the morning services. Dinner
was served following the morning
service*. Rev. Ernest Francis of
Ariiona, preached a fine sermon
in the evening. Visitors were Mr.
and Mrs. Dewitt Mitchell of Hous-
ton, Texas. Visitors are always
welcome at Hebron Baptist church.
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Cbnpel Methodist church last Mom
day night. Mrs. Ruth C. King Is
on the sick list, but is reported
better after a week of serious Ill-
ness. Mrs. Elizabeth Sanders,
Helen Phelps, and others on the
Bick list aro Improved aud report-
Mrs. Mary Sharp was called to
East Texas to he at the bedside
of sick relatires. Rev. J. N. Hooey
Is in Brady on business. Rev. N.
C. Chappie attended a church
meeting In Abilene. Mrs. Virgie
Anderson and other friends mo-
tored tp Waco, Saturday, return-
ing Sunday night.
Rev. C. H. Warren returned last
wek after several days out of the
city. Visitors in the city during
the past wek were Mr. «nd Mrs.
Heron's sister, from Big Springs,
Texas. Mrs. Pearl Zachary of I si
Grange visited her sister, Mrs. K.
Sanders, aud Mrs. Henry M. Davis
of Corsicana, and Mr. aud Mrs.
Vernon Hurd of Coleman visited
Mrs. Jitn Sanders during her re-
cent illness. Until next week,
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San Angelo New s
wlJi' by Harold Kirk were well
The class left two beautiful
palms us a gift to the school.
Louise Thomas gave an appropriate
reading/on the colors, red and
white, aud the flower, the Illy,
The auditorium was beautltuliv
decorated lu the colors of red tinil
white, one of the largest aud
appreciative groupe of parents in
the history of the school witnessed
tiie exercises. After remarks by
the principal, who also gave out
grade cards and awarded class
honors, tlio faculty and ci.iss were
entertained lu the cufeleriu by the
Parent-Teacher association and the
refreshments committee, with Mrs.
Ossie Moore as chairman.
Monday of this week marked
the beginning of the second sem-
ester in the schools of the city.
Grant scliool is gratified at the
number of new pupils enrolling,
aud also the transfers from other
schools being admitted.
The new government housing
project, Lincoln Heights courtj has
contributed much to the growth
of this school's population. To
date the total enrollment Is 500.
Mrs. M. D. Clark, who worked
as teacher of one division of grade
1-B the first semester, will not bo
with os the next term, as this
grade has now shifted "to the 1-A.
A. L. Manning will teach grade
3 A In the new shift.
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this week are Mesdames Wiliia
irtl-"!i and Bessie Oliver
Mrs. WiVlard Jackson, Jll.^
home of Mrs. Susie Jones, j Ft j Scrutchin, Floreuce Hnn;
. N< rth <;uadaiiiiM\ was destroy-land Hazel Robinson spent Friii. y en(jar.
i • fin t irl? Thursday morn- in San Antonio. .Mrs. Emma.
u i the hou*e aud furnishings. key is visiting her mothef
wa- climated at $701). | Mrs. P. Hammond and fam|
i'm1 Home Demonstration club moved to this city,
m-- Thursday. January 15, at the' pay your pert! tax-
home of Mrs Lee Davis. The Del Rio News
I raised. The banner was won by j
,the missionary sisters of this city, I
with the special plan of the cal-1
The Kenedy missionary |
, |sister won the banner in the on-'
• w • i rollment and zone leader number!
The loss j suin. Her mother is ill. Mr.lar.u 0n0f r0I>r0K(.nt.Ml by Mrs. Albertia '
char.re. The paren
Mrs. Blanks of
Ler daughter, Mrs,
Mrs. Frames Denni
neral home in Mr. and Mrs. Moore were house
ts survive. 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Cuero visited, Ferrell and Mr. and Mrs. C. Y.
Otho Means, j Holmes. Mrs. M. E. .Spears visited
s complimented her brother and sister, Mr. and
Miss Mayme Howard with a sur Mrs. John Carter in Ban Antonio
prise birthday party nt her hoin ''last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.
and a large number of their Jewel Street, daughter and mother,
friends were present, and brought I Mrs. B. Street, motcivd to San j.eid Sunday afternoon for Lee
lovely gifts. Punch and ral e were | Antonio to shop fast week. Mrs. Ariaur Cain, at Capet, Texas. He
served throughout the evening. 1 Lugene Jerrell, and Mrs. Delia «ras a soldier serving at Colorado,
The girls bojs of Port j Wellington are on tin* sick list, j L home state. Over 75 soldiers
Lavaca played basketball on the( Norrei Davis and Xriends were from Fort Sam Houston, attended
Victoria court last Wednesday ev ( visitors in the city, Wednesday. uie services. He is survived by
z was directed by the presl-
.Mrs. T. T. Toliver. The
county ngent delivered
talk on Texas food standards.
The members brought along their
-•wing and the hostess served a
K v. F. B. Sampson, pastor of
the white Baptist church, preached
;m excellent sermon at St. James
Bapii-t church, under the auspices
of the B. Y. 1*. r., a Targe crowd
a:tended. Funeral services were
yc Brown, who raised $3,18.
Mrs. J. S. Williams and Mrs.
E. A. Thomas of Nixon spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. Johnson. Rev. W. M. Johnson
The Antioch Gospel Five ot Sa:i of San Antonio was the week-end
a short] Antonio sang in the city flgtirday ^Ir an(j 3,£ra ^ l. !
and Sunday nights at Gieiter Irving. The young people appear-
Mount Olive. The quartet ffO-a lug on the program for this city
Greater Mount Olive will /ilfg In „,.rc Misses riluria Ella aud Viney:
Ciaide, Sunday, Fi^ruary anj m:, j,frcrson, Jo Ann and Carrie
a number of citizens are exjjefcted Bernice Haven, Eraline Parker,
to go with them. Some Ij n^verly Ann Martin, and Eiidie(
of st. John Baptlft church of Karl Fanner. Mrs. It. B. Cun-'
BrackettrlUe, Texas, attendel^erv
ices at Greater Mount OUve, suji
^Ira. Clifton Jackson of San.An-
tonio was a visitor in the city
Mra. Mary Grant of Uvalde, Twas
vlsited In the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Huddleston. H«®Rrs
w - - i liouls Bell, L. J. Bettoo, Jack Fal
nii g. The boys tied the game, ai. l, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davis and Wil4ie MiUer, his guardian; a1 iert and B. Kinchlow of Ufllde,
the 1 o-t I.n h. Hei l- brother, and father. His guardian Texas, were visitors in tkf
I want. . .
America must be strong.
Every man and woman must
contribute their strength to the
strength of America at war.
Pome are carrying guns—
some are flying phr.es—aome
are giving their blood on ships
YOU on the home front must
buy those guns—those planes—
those ships. That must be your
contribution to freedom ur\der
flret BUY DEFENSE
STAMPS AND BONDS TO-
DAY—buy them with every
penny you have to spare)
The P.T.A. met Friday night
Angelina Green baa movri to
Brackettvllle to attend school. Mrs
Ell Daniela motored over to Bnck
ettvilla for Sunday.
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<;rt«S3 hi h school girls. MLssei. j Davis, aud Mrs. 8. Thomas, mo-j presented a United States flag by
Nooini Ii'llfleld. Jvldie Barefield, tared to Austin to visit relatires the lieutenant.
and O ch Issif Gird/ accom on In-r Thursday. News has liwu r«>; jour poll tax
pauied the team, as did s number eceived of the death in Austin
of the students. of Mrs. Minnie WillijiiM. She
Con. ii May/ieU and his Ilumliie was the niece and cousin nf Mrs.
Bees basketball team motored to M. E. .Sliesrs, and Mrs. Era D.ivis. ititb Mis, It. M. Jordan, presiding
Kiitjayire, Thursday for a g.in: . Mr.. I. : ti:„ Ferreli v-.. in San . The' program coninntte liiscu. leu j <Sunuay school w a very
ntMl returned with a tie seotie.r Antoui.i last week visiting friends, plans for the future entertain-j the various ehurches with
The Visitors won from the home Her son, Iliehnrd Ferrell, was in ments. Mrs. BIrdle Greenwikm of; attendances. Miss Artie
team ott the court last Friday, lie-j the city en route t Sun Antunlo, Corpus f riuU was a guest in the, Roach aud Nerel Phillips
tween the boy:, and girls of Bee in bus lies.; Mrs. Addle Clark, ho e of her ulster and brother-, married Sunday night A nOJ
rille and the hoys and g.rls of tne Mrs. X. L. Hamilton nnd grand In law, Mr and Mrs. | M. Alex-1 ut Irlends tram Del jti
ningbam gave the response.
Miss O, Iy. Meador was a wel-
come addition to the Bible insti-
tute, nnd is always received with
Pleasure. Mrs. Bernice Brown
spent the week-end with her moth-
er, Mrs. A. Brown, nnd friends.
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Ouy Burnet hns returned home
from Midland, Texas, for an In-
definite stay. Henry Callaglian
of Los Angeles, California, (top-
ped over from Dallas, to visit his
relatires, Mr*. Matile 'Jiraoa and
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Tlnsley or flan Antonio, irto mo-
tored here to visit relatives and
friends. Mrs. Carru '- •
Monday fr Dallas to visit relntlves
aud friends. It. Ouster was brought
from Brownwood, Texas, last week,
aud is nt present In the Shannon
hospital recovering from an attack
of influenza and pneumonia.
Mrs. P. E. Bolden of Oklahoma
Is In the city for an Indefinite
.lay M'U&ft'Iier sitter eni -fcrilhei- *
in-law, Mr. aud Mrs. L. A. Ralbon, |
who are still recovering from a
serious accident suffered in No-
On the sick list are Mrs. Pulllam,
& L. Davis, O. V. Wel>b, Tishla
The Dunbar Junior school D-A
promotion day enerrlwi were held
Wednesday, January 21, In the
auditorium of Grant school. A
patriotic atmosphere was created
by n display of flags on the stage.
Students speaking on the program
were Dollle Mae Hughes, Hazel
Arkndie, Edna Oraves, Carrie Ten-
cell, Alverna Green, bouls Kemper,
and John Mitchell
The 6-A class and the principal
of Grant elementary school, O. R.
Thomas, were quests of the D-A
class. Prof. Thomas expressed
a desire for greater school and
community cooperation and pledg-
ed hl« aid In making this destra
S. TI. Onte*, pi'lorlpal of X5t war
Junior school, paid tribute to tl
■■ h«, stuovnis ana tat entire Class
for liavlng completed their junior
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A number of events, last vvii'K,
stirred the Imagination, and re*
ceived the enthusiastic support of
the St Philip's community. Of
•j,,. - . . „ . „ . . "rat importance was the joint
\ A \ v, o""*100' 00 of tiie ap-
Pearl Walton, and Mrs. Mary
Morelatnl. The itslier board of
Greater St. Paul gave a penny
shower at the home of Mrs. House,
nnd raised $5.30. More than 15
guests shared the courtesy. Sun-
day evening the Glee Workers held
a musical in the home of Mrs. E.
L. Loften. Bev. and Mrs. J. L.
Dangham motored to Abilene on
Friday on business.
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The Friendly Girls met with Mrs.
Rosie Lee Bennett as hostess. Mrs.
Karl Neat was a guest of the club.
The social hour was an enjoyable
one. Next meeting will be with
Mrs. Theodore Blanks. Mrs. Sarah
■lane Fifer has recently returned
to the city from her home la
Appreciation week at the Church
of God In Christ for liev. J. R.
Green, who left Monday for Des
Moines, Iowa, was climaxed after-
noon when Dr. J. M. Bradford and
Itev. Gerald (white) were prin-
cipal speakers, and Rev. T. B.
| In keeping with the all-out for
(defense program, Grant school
j class rooms are enrolling 100 per
cent In the Junior lied Cross. Mes-
dames F. T. North nEd E. It. Gar-
rison have worked faithfully to-
ward this end, and expressed their
thanks to every teacher for the
fine spirit of cnopiration shown
in helping raise the necessary
The school is nlso contributing
to the "March of Dimes," to help
fight the dread infantile para-
On last Thursday, the 6 A class
had its closing exercises. These
37 pupils arc leaving the element-
ary school and entering the junior
high school department. As this
marks a step in their educative
Beece of Lee's Chapel AME
church was master of ceremonies,' mile stones, the type of program
assisted by other ministers of the as worked out by their teacher,
The USO quiet hour for Sunday
afternoon featured two of the
city's moat outstanding women in
i*>iiwiana, where aha had visited, the persona of Nautames M. E.
frliiuds and relatires during trie
e holidays, she was accompanied
by her daughter, Miss Naomi Lee
Mrs. Kdiifc Hottoa a! gas am.
Mrs. V. E. Dowery was most fit-
ting. Rev. F. Ij. Cooper, pastor of
Itetbei AME church, delivered the
class address. His subject, "The
Little Things of Life," was of
vaUW to all his hearers, qpd touch
WoJgii and Odessa (feUou. Mrs. _
Waltfh has been u teacher In the'ed -poffot the
Brownwcod high school for 12 understanding of the class ad
years, and In the new Hardin high dreajed. Bettye Ann Russell acted!
school, and U • wen known and, as mistress-of-ceremonies; thc.J"™'8 100 ,il,c ,or "ubI'"
pea ranee, as gti-st speaker, nf the
Rt Reverend W. T. Caiiers, bishop
of the diocese of West Texas, and
the Inauguration of tiie services ot
the Reverend Robert M Allen, who
is to be the school's chaplain for
the rest of the year.
San Autonlo Eplscopaliana will
be glad to hear that the Beverend
Mr. Allen will conduct service*
In the school chapel not only on
school ilays but at eleven o'clock
on Sunday as welt. The public Is
cordially invited to attend and
Those responsible for the new
arrangement were glad to see
present a number of friends and
distinguished guests, among whom
was Mrs. Edna Beardsley, an ex-
ecutive of the Woman's auxiliary
nt the National Council headquar-
ters in New York. It was through
Mrs. Beardsley that >500 was con-
tributed toward the repair of the
Science hall last year. Mrs. Beards-
ley assured the administration of
at least an equal appropriation fur
repairs this year.
John Eubanks, regional director
of tbe YMCA, was one of Sunday's
visitors to tbe campus. Eubauka
was In this secllun making plana
for thp r rtnn.l meet March 27, US.
and 29, nt which time St Pliilip'a
will cooperate with the lo'al com.
niittee by assisting la finding hous-
ing facilities for delegates as well
as placing St. Philip's lobby nnd
other facilities at tbe disposal of
the group for recreational ac-
Itofense .Stamps Popular
Students aud faculty were alsa
pleased, last week, with tbe In-
troduction, on the campus, of the
sale of nntiouu! defense stamps.
Tiie school has volunteered to seii
stauipu in cooperation with the
Delta Sigma Theta sorority. A pro*
gram conceived and directed by Mrs.
Henrietta Stcveuson, and executed
by stud into, signaled the official
opening of the sale. With Miss
Ella Evans serving as inlsLress-at-
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