San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, November 19, 1965 Page: 2 of 12
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ATTENTION: TOWN AGENTS!
rll Thaakagtvinf wnk inn* of Befitt«r will b« pub-
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line* will be one day earlier. Newt and orders for paperi
muit reach Register not later tbaa Monday noon. Not. 22,
for that Imu*.
New tfudenta it Cundalupe eol-
lece, Tried Stone Baptiat church, are
lira. Mils Mae Jeff«'raon. Ue?. Charlea
Vaster. Ret. Jobu Greene, He*. Hen-
ry I>re Powell, Rer Joe BfTlna, and
Rev. H. Miller. Rer. Oiwne waa
■peaker at the chapel period laat
W«lnrflduy olghi. Ilia family waa
New mrmfoera added to tha atu-
d»*ni council pliinninf hoanl are Rev.
N. We BtM* Iff. A Be QM^ Mra.
Lottie Price. Mr*. Zelma Brook* Mra.
Aiaiie !**• Shuler, and Mra. Virfinia
(iruduatca of 196ft who have re-
turned to do i>o*t graduate work are
Rer. Milton Perrrraan, Rev. Willie
Samplefcm, Rev. Frank Perry. Mra.
H P. Alexander. Rev. T. Hadley,
•nd Mra Adeline Garter.
A number of pernona from tMa
f!tf, Shmer. Victoria, and fHrwt
B"me attended the Chriatmaa open
houae at the F. W Wool worth com-
Fany in V|et«»ria. aa the ruest* of Mr*,
lelen C. Herndun, who ia an em-
ploye* o( the company. She won wer-
en't place In the* contest for havinc
th«- most invited fti<«ta preoent.
The pn«for. member*. and youth
rh<4r of Bnh Klder Baptiat rhurrh
motored to the fifteenth annual home-
Cominf aerri<*e« of Shiloh Baptiat
church, Bdna, Rev. 8. II. Jackaon.
Tin* mlMlonar? aoriety of Mt. Sinai
Pmtiat chnreh <»Ueenred ita annual
W .man'a day with aerrtre® atartin*
Friday. November 12. and rontinuinf
en Sunday. November 14. The theme
wru* "The Christian Woman in To-
4iy*s Wnrld.M Mrs F O Meador
vd apenker for Friday mrht; and
Ifr* Tallinn Whitlow, dirertreoa of
aeniw women of Mt Zion dia-
trirt. was the speaker Sunday after-
Boon. Rev. J. P. Lewie ia pastor. Of-
Hi i.iIs of the missionary aoriety are
Bf.'^lanes Ali<-e F. Smith, president;
£«ih McIIenry vice president; and
fll«^is Johnson, serretary.
B^ful&r of tk» ffcnrrh of
0ni i* fliriot wit, Md Huorf,,
niornin*. Mia* ("htrlmo HltckfO «nd
Lcrojr oiotw ww ninrriwi Sunday
affcrn-Km by Rfv, A. I^on,rd. p>,
tor of that riwrch. Hli. is the daugh-
ter nf Mr and Sfra. Albert Mitrhrll
of t hia dly. and the eroom ia the aim
of Mr. and Mra. Glover of Oohim-
bun The wedding reception waa held
at th, American Lesion ball.
Ii*<\ D. A. Smith. paat»r of St.
Juinea AME church, and n>eml.»r» at-
tended the ninety-ninth anniversary
, f St. Paul Methodiat church. Key.
\gi Johnson ia postor. Mr,. Clara
Sueaberry honored Mi« (iladya Mann
rfth ■ bridal "bower, Sunday.
Th, annual homeeomlne of the Kail
vim Hornets wna held Saturday
•at. They defeated the Hunrerford
- -s At th, half tim, performance
-necominy queen waa preaented.
va, Mia, Gloria Kavia. Mi*a
Willlama waa tb, football
art" and Miaa Gall Johnaon
hand "queen." Sealer", band
st of the Hornetm.
Hey Hnrri, has been MifMi tar,
to he th, pnator of Wettater Chapel
AME church. floro.com in* eervices
Were belli at Center I'nion Baptiat
ehureb, Sunday. Key. Mack Wilnon.
pnirtor. R»v K. Armstrong render«U
service in Karnea City, Sunday, for
Rer H. S Smith of Prrwpect Baptiat
Mm Alice Smith aponsored a wom-
en's day proeram at Mt. Sinai Bap-
tist church Sunday. Her. le'wia ia pas-
t-r. Mra Tallian Whitlow waa ituct
at»eaker. Othcra attcndiny fnmi Gon-
uiles were Mcsdnme* Inia Speara. Lu-
)a Bleckwell. Alonia Tatum, and Min-
nie Mae Elias. Mr. and Mra. Wade
flack nttd Mrs. Ophelia Olliaon vers
niso peeeeat A MMeae dinner waa
w>rved at the home of Mrs. Smith
Mrs. T. Ti. Mickey and sim. II.ir
oui. of Oerpea Cbried. «p»et the wt
• Mil ua the euest oi her Ml end
hrnther-fa-lnw. H" end Mrs. C. J.
Worker, left for C ier,i to attend
the Mt. /.ion aawiclatim hourd nidt-
ina with Uttle Zion T..i>tiist church.
Rev A. H. Bedford, pa star. Kev. C.
W. Edwards ia mode-alor. and Mr«.
Lillian Whitlow is II "Cin*i.
San Marcos News
The junior chtirdi of Greater Beth-
el Baptist church. Rev. C T>. T.ud-
din^ton. i»ast<»r. in»onaor»>d ita annual
profrram Sundav. with the -ervieea t»e-
in* well attended. Rev. M. I>nliber-
ty of Harper's Chnpel Methodist
church, wn» jrueat speaker.
(inest speaker at the night service
waa a student at Gary Job renter.
Rov. L. Singleton, psator, brouf' t
the morning message. Meml»era of
Weoley Chapel AMD church attended
tha annual conference held recently.
Rev. and Mrs. A T. Harris have been
returns# for another year. Dr. J. B.
B^pwn, prwridinr elder, died while at-
tending the conference.
A harvest tea waa sponsored l»y
■H^nlters of Jsckson Chspd at the
social center It was held Sunday
afternoon Rev H. T. Frsnks is pss
Uated aa ill ere Mi, Pearl Miller:
Jima Gordon, who la In th, boapi-
ul: aad Milton Cheatham.
Mr. and Mra. Tony Ilocera and
fcmily visited here Sunday with their
■not, Mrt Emma NIcho's; and elso
Tinted Ma Annie Cbeat'.iin. TVy
•r, ta Sa Antiwto
Roe. F(4ey waa • pulpit guest at
Mackey Chapel whero Rev. Kinchlow
conducted aenrict-a. James Mills con-
durted Sunday school with Rev. Foley
and A. Love as guests.
Mrs. Henry Kinchlow, Mrs. Tel-
ana Gafford, Mra. Morgan, Rer.
Kinchlow and family attended aervicea
in Brackettville at St. Joha Baptiat
church, Rev. L. 7.. Walker, pastor.
Mr. and Mra. Jenninga hare guesta
la their homa. Visiting there sa the
guest of John July la Mlaa Veronica
Wllia of Brooklyn. New York. Mrs.
Julia Bryant ia ill. Roy llarrla of
Corpus Christi and (His Wlndoskie,
who are attending college in !lou«ton,
were week end viidtora In the city.
Alfred Hodge of Carriao Sprinra was
a visitor here Sunday, and riaited in
tha BYPlT aervico.
Rev. W. 0. Sampleton waa at his
post st New Jerusalem Baptist
church. Bantism follower! the morn-
ing servicea. Out «>f town visitors
were M.w. Katie Steen. Mrs. Alto
May berry, Gonxalea; and Mrs. Al-
vllde Hill of Oiynxpia. Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem on Reed of Wa-
co were recent guenta «»f their parenta,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Price. Mrs.
Ruthie Mse Coverson is home follow-
ing surgery st nuth Memorial hospi-
tal. in Yoakum.
Mias Jnsie Coverson. Miss Krntr.a
Covernon. and their brother. Walter,
Jr.. vimied their father, Walter Oov-
eraoa. Sr., and family over the holi-
day. Mi* B. B Webb ha* returned
from Lubbock, after a stay of one
month. Mias Mollie Mitchell is home
after a viait to Oalvestoa.
Mra. Ilattie Mao Spring* conduct-
ed Sunday achool at Kcleto Mnrnini
Star Baptiat church. Rev. J. W.
Swisher, paator, delivered an inspir-
ing wenuon, and three |>cra«>ua wcie
restoretl to the church, one for ba|>-
tlnm. Visitora were present.
Mix* Artie I.ott and Mrs. Iluttit
Mae Springs accompanie<t the pastor
to a homecoming service in Goliad.
Rev. and Mrs. M. U Carroll were
serving out of the city. Mrs. Swiahcr
was unable to attend services.
Funeral aervicea for Willie Ro.,
Sr . were beld Wednesday at t #'•
cloi*k from Antioch Baptist church,
with Rev. L. IT. Ford officiating.
Buritil »aa in Noble's cemetery.
William Vnughn ia in a Victoria
hospital aa the reault of a car acci-
dent. Mra. Mary Jane Campbell is vis-
iting in Menipliia, Tenneaaee, at a
Mis* Willie Faye Mathia and Sam-
uel Williams were married Sunday
night, November 14.
Waelder New« Thanksgiving
Del Rio News
G E. Pattoa of Kerrville ia the
house guest of Mr. and Mra. II. B.
Canifax. and viaited many relativea
Servicea at Greater Mt. Olive Bap-
tiat church were well attended, with
lUv. 4- Mr Carter bringing the mes-
Joe Franklin. Eddie and Floyd
Youngblood motored to Galveston.
Mr and Mra. Joe McMillan aurpriaed
Willie Be« with a birthday party
Mrs. RIvira Taylor ia in the hospi-
tal Wallace Bland Is also in the hos-
pital. Relativea from Oorpua Christi
and Tort Lavaca visited A. Baynea,
who la 111 Berth old Franklin ia also
Julia Whitby la homa after com-
pleting a term in the army. Funeral
■trricea were held for Wade Andrew
McKnight who waa killed la a car
Funeral aervicea were held Thurs-
day for Mra. I.iuie Collins at Mt.
Olive Baptist church, with Rev. C.
V. Kverage presiding. She was a
member of Mt. Olive nntil she was
stricken 17 years ago. Survivors in-
clude a daughter, Mra. Thelma Nes-
j by; son. Louia Wormley; a sister.
Mrs. Josephine Barnea, and numer-
ous relatives in Flint, Michignn.
Karl Kelley. a resident of this city,
but a native of Warfder, die<l Satur-
day evening at Peterson hospital. He
was s member of Barnett Chapel
Methodiftt church. He served as care-
taker and cook for several summers
at Schrciner iuatitutc Survivors in-
clude the widow, Mrs. Mattie Kelley;
a sister, two nephews, and other rela-
tives. including an uncle, Snm Ke|.
ley, mortician of Waelder. The body
was shipped to Waelder for burial.
Rev. K. L. Harrison conducted the
funeral at 3 o'clock.
Following the twenty-third anni-
versary of Rev. and Mrw. C. V. Ever-
age. Rev. Chrintopher Griffin, presi-
dent of the brotherhood union, and
membra gave a banquet for Rev.
and Mrs. Ever age. Honored alao were
all miniaters who were cslled under
Rev. Kverage. They were Reverenda
S. A. Green. Elmer Franklin. M. J.
Walker. Wilfred Lewis, Curtis Rob-
erts, and Christopher Gtiffin. A tur-
key dinner was served to .V) guests.
Homecoming aervicea at Center
I'nion Baptist church, war* fine. Kev.
I. T. Ilewitt delivered tha h»»me-
coming sermon. Kev. M. Wilson ia
Mrs. Johnnie N. Mullins left Thurs-
dsy for San Francisco, California to
viait her duughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mra. I. H. l^ins, and .family.
Mrs. Rebecca Grant baa Mturned
from San Antonio where she was call-
ed to the bedside of a daughter, who
later died. She was buried laat Satur*
Mrs. Cordelia Murphy, Bon'^lan-'r,
Ed Price and Rer. J. W. Prince are
shut-in. Mrs. Johnnie Mnlliaa ws«
honored with a surprise party prior
to leaving for Han Francisco, Califor
nia. She received many lovely gift*.
Mra. Mozella Armstrong wns hostess.
Gueats were Mrs. Alma Greenwood.
Mra. Nana Grant. Mra. Mimic J.
Enton, and Misa C. Green.
Mrs. Katie Strong of Pallas is vis-
iting her brother. Clem Ara»str«>i 4.
M.IP tin riftlt It* FfMdo* *1 "AAC'
FREEDOM SEALS freal your local Br«ac*
er NAACP NitioMi Office. 71 W. 40t*
*tr„t, «e»ror«. fcY.lt*.,.
Mr. and Mra. Levy Taylor and Mrs
Goldia Daniels of San A»tonio visited
Mrs. Vella Brown over th* w^ek en 1.1
Mr. and Mrs. Jamea HlNM, Jr.. I
spent their vacation here with t'l ir
parenta, Mr. and Mra. Jamea liar-
Mrs. Ehie Harold. Mra. Iria Car-
roll, Mrs. Tallinn I'pton, and Vr. and
Mrs. James Harold, Jr., attended the
meeting of the Courta of Calanfhe
held iu Houston.
Anna Mae Coton and neury Cidon
of l'rairie View college, visited their (
parents over the week end.
Funeral services were held for Miss
Inez I>upree, Sunday. Rev. A. Hub-
bard, pastor of Mt. Ario BiptWt
church. Weimar, officiated. Johnson
and Frar.ier Funeral home waa in
<harge of burial. i
Funeral services were held for Jun-
ior Stevens at Brown CMpel. Win-
day. They were largely attend-^.' '•
June liewis and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Stevens, Mr. aad Mrs.
Posie Williams, Mr. and Mra. Claud-
ie Jones. Mrs. nattie Coffey. Mrs.
Ida Washington, Miaa Mable Adams,
Mra. Clara I^ee and children, and
Miaa Marie Baker of Saa Antonio,
were recent visitora.
Mra. M. M. Ay cock haa returned to
San Antonio. Wayman TfWnsend of
11ouston visited Mr. and Mra. Charlie
1 At Scguin Camp
! The Christian Welfara Education
Camping association will give ita aa-
uual Thanksgiving dinner at the
camp, two milea west of Scguin, at
the old Guadalupe college site. Tliurs-
I day afternoon. No. mber 2S, at 2
I o'clock. More than l.~>0 children will
I enjov the dinner through tLe gen-
I erosity of San Antonio and Seguin
This organization offera exposure
to a world of new ezperienccs for
many of the children through trins to
the circus, rodeo, nnd points of in-
terest in the S.in Antonio and Seguin
Persons int rested in making ma-
terial contributions to tb« organiza-
tion mav contact A. C. Sutton, 4520
North Cherry atreet; Mra. L. M. Gld-
d!ngs, 42<) Guadalupe street, Seguin;
| It. Te. Davis, 520 Avenue "C," Se-
guin. o- K. P. fRootie) Woods, 1114
North Centre street, San Antonio.
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Lieutenant Colonel (retired) R. E.
L. V.'rshlngton was guest speaker for
Men's day at Second Baptist church.
Host ^ses, Meadames Joseph neavetia,
Barold Millar, Henry I oytt. Dorier,
and ti-'sey, wrlcomed guests at the
housewarminr for James Harrison
who now resides at 721 Lopes drive,
I>r. and Mrs. L A. Nixon cele-
brated tb ir thirtieth wedding au-
rive-s'ry Sunday, November 14. with
a sir"'I dinner partv, in their hon"».
Glu ts we-e Mr. snd Mrs. B. I*
Bo'-d and family.
Pev, H. ITwrn^'-rry waa a San An-
tonio visitor the psst week.
f rv • :«• r tv News
News was re^ ived here last week
of the death rf Mrs. Catherine Me»
! Cnllough of F ' ntonio. She waa the
j sister of Lee m nnd Walter Na-
tion of this
j Mr. and V Grant Derry spent
the week end in Rosenberg, last week.
M'llor Street, Seiner, Texas
ia now open Saturdays
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