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   San Antonio Light (Newspaper) - December 5, 1926, San Antonio, Texas                               the Light The Great News-paper oj the Great VOL.XLVL--N0.321 Southwest Texas' Best Sunday Newspaper SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1926. VOL. XLVL--NO. 321, BRING TO S. A ttTogeiher, Folk, a Great Game IT'OIIOV 'H II at A ol n Your Nerves at Home and Wear Your F Old Clothes. So It has come to this? With all.that San.Antonio has to offer in the way of culture and seri- ous entertainment of a Sunday after- noon to assist a restless soul in be- guiling' time, certain people in San .Antonio play' "Sardines." You have played no doubt. But you called. by some other name and played it in the happy days of your childhood, along with "tag" and "shinny your own side." Imagine your mixed feelings then you are invited'to a Sunday tea expecting to hear a radio sermon or religions music and are inveigled into a game of_ "Sardines." NO AGE LIMIT. is no age limit, apparently, and yon Imnior "neowsaiy, touclas keen Helen with no fear of the dark and but little regard for the Sunday afternoon costume and the bric-a-brac'of the hostess. The jame itself is very Tery simple. Sbnrt adventurous -soul is "if and Judei a.way, be- ing out over the house.- The other members of the party proceed to find the missing link. When you find ''it1 you hide' along side as-quietly as you would slip Into church 'late. Add -so the party' packs away like "Sardines." BE STJRE IT'S "MV 556: not "be misled by another mis- chievious searcher but ascertain for jrourself that -.there.- As we have said, the" game is .simple, but.it has its moments. One charming matron found her sedate and plump husband under the buffet after weary'search and a most" dignified and imposing young woman was found between the braces of. a library, table. Another wise young thing perched her- self as "Winged Victory" on the piano and was never discovered until the light of a passing car threw her into the relief of the wan- dcrers in the darkland. IT'S A GOOD GAME. It's a better game than ping pong and decidedly better than mah jong It combines the spirit of the chase with the spirit of adventure and the exercise is plentiful, provided the game is played properly. It holds a moral hidden as well as a person. As long as you don't know how funny you look groping you ar happy and to be biblical for a Sunday game, "seek and you shall find." DON'T MISS IT. Many a clinging vine has fount that she can cling to a bannister rai while the mob searchers the stairs fo: her. One "smart aleck'V-ased theory that to hide most completely i to expose most obviously and searched for himself with the crowd. Of course he had the darkness as an ally. If you haven't played the gam don't unless you have no fear of top- pling over a stool, walking off a land ing in the dark or crawling under table and having a vase of water tur over and deluge you. But if you crave exercise, a goo time and can pay for broken vases play "Sardines" the next dull Sunda afternoon. Fire Safety Books Arrive For Children A shipment of 200 volumes a child's book of fire pre- vention rhymes and stories, was re ccived Saturday in the office oE Mar shall Jolmatoiv superintendent schools. The bookg will bo distributed to th various elementary schools of the cit under the suixirviston of Miss Elm Nonl, director of educa tion. ENTERTAINMENT All work arid no play makes any convention just a dull gathering and so, when men who direct the newspapers of the state meet in San Antonio this week annual meet of the Texas Managing Editors' FOR EDITORS Association, there will he a number of things on the program besides business sessions. Below, left to are Orcella Rolf of the Aztec chorus, Sherry Louise Marshall, prima donna, and Bobbie Tremaine, MEETING IN S. A. producer, who will furnish entertainment at a dinner to be given at the St. Anthony Sunday night by The Light. Business sessions of the meet will be held Monday. Advisory Given Picture For Work annual Elks1 memorial services The services will be held in memory Chamber Official Outlines: Meetings to Be Held 1 Here In 1927. r conventions bringing a total of visitors to the titf; wiH meet in San Antonio dnriny" 1927, according to. a report issued bri Fred Herndon ol the Chamber of" Commerce publicity department Sat- urday. The estimated number of which will come to tjie city durinj- the Fiesta de San Jacinto celebratioaj is included in thd total, -Me. Herndon- said, because the Fiesta always several conventions here. The. conventions' are Bankers' Life" company of 'Des TMEoiiies with. 200- delegateg, ..Merchants' Life company with 50, State Veterinary- association iwith 100, Golfers' age with .126, sixth annual Managing Editors of Texas to Hold Convention in San Antonio. Managing editors of newspapers all over Texas will attend the one-day of the Texas Managing Editors' association in San Antonio Monday; at the Gunter hotel. Pre-convention guests will be at a barbecue at Medina Sunday noon. Sunday night, convention visitors will be guests of Light at a dinner and entertain- ment at the St. Anthony hotel. A business session will be held With the opening of the spinach season at Crystal City, twelve' to fif- teen carloads of thd vegetable are be- ing shipped each day, according to W. A. Butler, secretary, of the chamber of commerce there. It is expected shipments during the peak season will reach from sixty to seventy cars daily, Mr. Butler said. 4 Worthless Check Lands Man in Jail A 25-year-old man Saturday is in j'ail on complaint of Charles -Srneltz, manager of the Elks club, that he cashed a worthless check for at the club. v of San Antonio Lodge No. 216 will be held at First Presbyterian church at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. H. L. Paul- us Yoakum Lodge No. 1033 will deliver the memorial address. Jack B. Burke, exalter ruler ot the lodge, and other officers will offi- ciate at the opening ceremonies. M. Riley Wyatt is chairman of the me- morial committee which includes the1 following G. O. Brown, Fred Herndon, C. H. Dewey, V. G. Sharver, G. G. Collins, E. A. Rogers, SI.'B. Bradford, W. M. Schultze, M. H. Davis and Ernest Richter. The Elks' orchestra and the Elks' choristers will furnish music. Mrs. Mary Aubrey Keating and Mrs. C. B. Treuter will ench sing, accompanied at the piano.by Mrs. Harry Leap. of the 'following members of the order who died during the year: H. L. Guen- ther, Ben S. Fisk. Aaron Frank, Joe E. Carroll, Ed C: Jungkind, Nick An- drews, Myron J. Fessler, H. E. Burks, Charles A. Gonder, James A. Wil- liams. H. A. Mair, "William Stevens, P. M. Frazee, A. H. Beadle, J. L. Moxley, A. J. Castanola, William E. Quinn, Leonard Hayhcs, R. C. Bruel, I. L. McGlasson, J. S. F. Simpson. Michael J. Doyle, Hosie Mor- ris, and William A. Fitzpatrick. PROFESSOR TO SPEAK Prof. C. Berry Patterson, head of the department of government, of the Universit yof Texas, will be the prin- cipal speaker at the .regular monthly meeting of the Temple league to be held Tuesday night Miss Viola Moore, teacher in Brackenridge Senior school, was elect- ed president of the San Antonio Teach- ers' Pension and Sick Benefit asso- ciation at.a regular.monthly meeting of the association held Saturday morn- ing at the- school board offices. Miss: Frances Donecker was elected vice president, and C. A. Arnold, prin- cipal of Washington" junior school, vas -elected secretary-treasurer for the coming year. Miss Mildreit Baskin, Miss Frances Herman Hirsch, Miss Louise Lancaster, Miss Pauline Mae- .tze, .Miss Viola, Moore, Miss Mollie Nelson, Miss Maude Robinson and Ci.A. Arnold were elected to the board of directors. Mrs. C. F. Timiin, president of the Parent-Teacher association of' Brack- enridge senior school, presented the advisory of G. E. Troutz with a framed picture at a meeting of the association held at the school Friday. The picture was first prize in. a membership campaign that the asso- ciation held. The Troutz advisory ob- tained more new members for the Parent-Teacher association than any other advisory. Miss Ora Johnson, principal of the school, also spoke at the meeting. Austin Boy Held on Theft Charge Arrested by special agents of the Southern Pacific rfailrbad as he stepped into an automobile parket along the Sap tracks near Flore street, an IS-y ear-old Austin boy was held Saturday for the theft of the car from T. P. Lee, 272 Post avenue. Dry Agent Quits to Enter Busines Resigning his position as a yrohi bition agent at Beaumont, C. A. War once an agent here and at Corpii; Christi, has returned to San Antoni No Monday -morning at the Gunter. A dinner will be given on the stage of he new Texas theater at noon Mon- day, through the courtesy of the 'ublis Theaters, Inc. A second busi- ness session will be held in the af- ternoon. The San Antonio Express wiH be lost to the visiting editors at a Mex- ican supper Monday night. Regional Advisory with'" 600> Daughters of with 75, Detroit baseball dub with .60, San Antonio Kennel club show 100, State Baptist Sunday School as- sociation with 1500, Texas Pioneers. with 1000. 4 Fiesta de San Jacinto with South Texas Editors with 125, Pioneer Freighters' assocaa" tion with 500, State -Firemen's assocV ation with 650, Ninth District ware and Implement 'Dealers with 250f Southwest Texas Teachers1 Instate' with 8500, Tesaa County and Commissioners' association with 350, Texas Circulation Managers' tion with 75, National association with 1500, Old Trail association with 500 and State B. Y. P. IT. conventioa with 4000. 4 Steffler States Dallas Charges For Street Work Upon bia return from a business trip to Dallas Saturday, Street Com- missioner Paul 33. Steffler said that he is "quite pleased" with the man- ner in which San Antonio paves and; gravels its streets. In a conference with E. A. ley, city engineer of Dallas, Mr. fler said that he informed that in Dallas property owners pay the entire cost of graveling streets. ''And, when streets are .paved in Steffler said, only aid the cify gives is the use of a steam Steffler pointed out that in San. Antonio streets are graveled gratis, and that the city pays a third of the paving costs. The Rev. Harry Leonard, pastor of the First Methodist church of Hous- ton, will deliver a sermon at the ves- per services to be observed at the Army Y. M. C. A. on Avenue 33 at 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The group in attendance will then adjourn to services at the Trinity Methodist church. The Rev. Mr. Leon- ard was formerly pastor of Trinity Methodist church, in this city. Wall at Alamo Being Repaired Work of repairing the north wall of the Alamo grounds, fronting on East Houston street, began Saturday morning, Street Commissioner Paul E. Steffler announced. Request for the repair was made by the Daughters of the Texas Republic. why you should have trouble in locating a house, an apartment, or a room. One the most complete rent lists to be found in San Antonio is published every day in the form of Light Classified Ads. Read Classifications 60 to 80 dwell- ing that you want is advertised there. If   

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