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Galveston Examiner (Newspaper) - December 2, 1939, Galveston, Texas Page six new gift package made by your lace manufacturer m u. C. J. Walkers new toilet s c cation for Beautiful women. A be Holiday gift for your. Or. Wife daughter or Sweet How or your Friend. A gift pack-.1 i a with an assortment of super facial Cream. Superfine face powder. Delightful Moonlight per a Quot in a Jar of hair1 Bri Piantine a a my a bar of Beauty soap. I the second offer a Fine boat to of hand made Long filler Booker t Washington Clearsa maae by 1 the afro american Cigar company _ of Chicago 111., Only. $1.05 per Box of 25 in a Box. gift packages can be purchased at Joe a liquor store. 2506 Post office by calling or. Phone. Free delivery in Galveston or mailed direct to your people anywhere in the United states or canada., a y just clip out the Coupon below. And enclosed the amount of the gift package you want arid we will a mail it at once to the address in Over. In time for Christmas or new year. Whatever Date you prefer Galveston examiner saturday Deo. 2, 1939 or. M. L. Hunter is a prominent dentist of the Island City. Dental editor of the Galveston examiner and the writer of Quot care of the Tel n column which appeals in the Galveston examiner each week. He has Loni been an a Active figure in the civic affairs of the City and has done much to encourage a the proper care of Tho he is also a member of Tho Oleander Lodge 550 of the order of elks. Central i bearcats readyforgamenov.30 by j. B. Galveston. Rexfe Iff. 29th. A in putting the finishing a touches on Tho Central High school Bearcat team. Coach Ray Sheppard carried his Field squad through strenuous practice for the big football a ame they intend to play in aus Lin nov. 30th, at Anderson High s expense. With the mighty Jack Scott and Louis Moffett i top form the locals Houd have a colourful Field Day with Folie two thousand fans in a of Ting the Pep a Quad drum and Bugle Corn the band and Blue and White battalion and More than 27 players making the trip. They Wil All Board the Santa be special leaving Galveston Midnight wednesday. November 29th, and returning 10 30 . November 30th. While in the Capitol City Thev will be shown through the state Capitol building and through the , and Many other historical relics of this great City. Be minus work if close new by Leon Lew is a or and a More than 1500 persons Erh played by horse race bookies in new Orleans face unemployment classification this week As reports were announced that the nation Yvo de news service had decided to suspend business. The news came from Mae Annenberg operator of a Syndicate releasing by wire data and results of horse races throughout the country who is in custody of Federal authorities in Chicago. Scores of a bookies joints operated by the Fabacher fauria faction in new Orleans Ore worried Over the future of Book horseracing. Patina popularly known As a bean slew is the front Man for this faction and was expressionless in displaying any reaction whatsoever. Approximately 800 negroes work in this set up and if the bookies Are closed Down completely these will be a looking for if you arc Friendly with almost anyone of the Many bookies in this City and to becomes confidential a to hips you la notice that he does no to look or speak is a Man hopelessly resigned to what others May look upon As a catastrophe As a result of Moe Annenberg a clash with the Federal authorities which brought about a Legal taboo on dissemination of race horse data. The Joe a liquor store Sog Post office Street �?~Galveston., Texas gentlemen i herewith enclosed postal Money order for si.50. For the mme. C. J. Walkers new toilet set Complete As offered in new gift set. I herewith enclosed $1.05 for one bbl of Booker t. Washington gift Box of cigars. Name. Address. City state. A a senders name. Address to. City.,.state. Note sender must enclose additional Ioc for parcel Post service a a am mme a a compliments to the examiner Burns distributing company a distributor of falstaff beer2015-23rd Street Galveston Texas a dial 8804 i saw them in Galveston j. B. Johnson reporter sunday night november 26th.�? to acquaint you with my column Quot i saw them in Galveston a i will a dec you in on some fact your seeing around reporter was on the Beach and saw Annie b. Washington of Houston former �?T38 graduate Paul Quinn College and or. Jirden a Friend or. Z. Huckelby also of Houston out on the Bench doing thir number of course miss Arnell a. Dotson seen on the Beach with some Little cat of the cuts. They say he was yours truly and i saw them too. Or. Lee j02 and his Friend or. Wright on the cuts for an evening of gaiety. From tempi where he received treatment from the Santa few Hospital. Or. C. Hardy or d. Rice or. Denson mrs. M. B. Hardy in is. M. Caliph mrs if. Allen mrs. L. Frazier attended the usher Board association at Shepherd. Mrs. Ollie Goss returned saturday from Pine Bluff ark., where she visited relatives and friends. Mrs. C. Adams returned Home saturday from. Houston where she visited friends and relatives. Mrs. L. Jenkins mrs. P. Patrick and or. M. Murry Are on the sick . O. Hutchison reporter. Hearne Texas Church services were Well attended a t Bethel a. M. E., St. Paul and St. Emanuel Baptist churches. Miss e. M. Gray. A head nurse at the Hunter clinic. Marlin. She stopped a few hours in Hearne on her Way to Bryan with mrs. Ella Robinson Phillips where she attended a nurse program. She also went to College station to visit miss Elray Gray. A 1 miss Ida Mae Powell left last j monday night for Houston for an. Indefinite stay with relatives and j friends. Prof. Walter Mcdaniel and miss Vera Malone. Miss Elray Gray stopped in Hearne a �0y scouts to sponsor / the coloured boy scouts of Galveston Are sponsoring a Christmas toy Benefit party at the Dixie theatre no. 3. Saturday morning at d a. M. According to an announcement by mrs. Anita Martini manager of the theatre. The party is being sponsored b messes Keats b. J. Strode and t. W. Patrick. It is for the Benefit of underprivileged children. For a number of years. Mrs. Martini has extended this Courtesy to the coloured citizens for Good will promotions. All children and adults Are Well Are urged to support this entertainment. This reporter has received official reports from the Capitol City that a gala reception is being planned for u12 Galveston fans on their arrival in Austin. Owing to the illness of Central s reptile Ace Back Auther Harris was kept out of the line up for the last two games will be Back in the line up for th-.? Turkey Day clash along with Rutt Taylor and Logan will also be gunning for Field Day honors. Coach Sheppard will Start a fast Young and elusive team. Wednesday night on their Way to the football game Between Hearne and Galvert. The score a was 14-0 in favor of Hearne. Miss w. M. Dunn accompanied them. Miss Johnnie d. Stitum formerly of Hearne now of Goose Creek is a Quot Quot to v iting her relatives and j friends Here. Mrs. Eula Henderson n. Worth was in Hearne monday to visit her relatives and mrs. C. M. Dunn and a and mrs. Josh Henderson. Or. And mrs. Willie k. A amp Cason and a mall daughter Hazel of Dallas we re in Hearne Thurdsak visiting relatives and friends prof. Foreman and coach Tamplin motored to Mexia to attend the foot-1 Ball game Between Mexia and Huntsville Friday night. They went to Prairie View saturday. Mrs. B. Thomas and son c. A. Motored to Houston a a sunday. Or. W. D. Dunn and Sisters misses Barbara Jean and Mable Lee were in Bryan w. M. Dunn reporter. The Check up by Venora m. Barry Scott fort Worth Texas a certain or Durant has written few a Mimi Esian Tensive article upon the sub a Emu _ a a r1, 1 a 1 on wednesday evening at 8 of clock in order that you will be sure to get up in time for the Midnight special you Hep cats stroll out to the City auditorium to see the 1040 radio review which is being directed by miss Freddie Lee Kirby and mrs. Lydia Clark. Get your pre Sale tickets and save. The killer Diller social club of Galveston gave a mystery play nov. 22nd, at the Geo. W. Carver school auditorium a Large crowd attended. Three prizes were Given and a Bonnie Google a was the Winner of the first prize its Robt. I. Cohen for smart shoes the rage of toe towns White shoes dept. 3rd floor fool sport a for Riding a for play a a one moment a fad next a sensation they be a wept the town and we be plenty. Cowboy Boot styles get yours Here there a nothing newer nothing smarter Fostoria Texas sunday was pastoral Day at the m. Churches. Services were Fine throughout the Day. Rev. Pace was at his Post of duty. The sunday schools of the town were Well attended. Exc urn is All smiles Over his Bride mrs. C. M. Fletcher. Or. W. Jenkins returned Home sunday Oakwood last sunday was a great Day at Henry a Chapel me Church. The members and friends Are Crappy to have Rev b. W. Wiseman and wife with them for another conference year also the new residing elder Rev. L. J. Sanders. The Public is invited to attend the quarterly conference the second sunday in december. Come out and hear the new presiding elder. Next sunday is new Hopes pastoral Day. Rev. J. D. Shaw is the pastor. You Are invited to attend these services. Prof. Bagwell prof. H. Smith and miss David attended the Ball game in Galveston last saturday. John Williams went with them he plans to stay in the City for some time where he will receive medical treatment. Mrs. Hattie Walker and Little George of Grapeland Are Here visit ing her aunt mrs. Betty Fortner mrs. Marie Walker and miss h Emanuel were business visitors in Palestine last saturday and monday a. Mrs. Mary Sims is still on the sick list. A a make this your Bank i United state u National Bank Market at 22 5s Street a Ajtal and surplus one million dollars member Federal Deposit insurance corporation Jet a the crisis in christianity. Just another mistake in the understanding of divine truth. Two great forces move within the forces of Good and a evil. These forces have of any other living moving thing a source of Energy. This Energy source could not exist without some Power of control. By this every Normal mind capable of reasoning cannot but be interested in learning Why. How and wherefore of this Power. Science has told us Many things sometimes right and sometimes wrong but All that science has told us which is a part of truth is and must be in Harmony with the part of truth included in the primary Laws of christianity. The scriptures declare a Challenge Between right and wrong or Good and evil through the influence of god and the Devil. Secular history contemporary with Bible history records the Progress of this Challenge. The source of evil a defies the source of Good to establish men upon Earth who would prove faithful in obeying the Law of right or god. This Challenge on the Side of right has found few men Able to stand the test. Abel Seth Noah and later Abraham Are among the very few Early faithful. These characters were not concerned with selfish personal affairs although some of them were Rich in earthly possessions the glory of their history Lay in the fact that they were ambassadors concerned with carrying out the mandates of god which Laws even today remain perfectly consistent and indestructible As any other natural Law because they proceed from the same source. Christianity cannot possibly be reckoned As a failure amongst nations for it has not Boon accepted and lived of commanded. Christianity is destined to Lead to peace in the final analysis for the few who live it As commanded but not peace for nations who claim it while breaking every Law pal . The. Words. Of. Christ during his ministry rang in keeping with this fact. A i came not to bring Pwee but a sword so far As the world was concerned but to his followers another admonition a my peace i leave with you but no As the world today remains a Type of godless nations. The principles of christianity de Mand a consideration of the fights of others. Religion ignored and destroys such a right. Christianity proves that Man cannot build a peaceable world a Elij persists that such is its duty. Christianity declares a future Utopia through the work connected with the second Advent of Christ. Religion disillusion its victims with promises of a Home in heaven for those who submit to its domination. Christianity has As its defense the god of All creation. Religion is the trick of the Devil denying the work of Good to deceive. Christianity has letters Fram the people Galveston november Galveston examiner a Galveston Texas we wish to congratulate the Galveston examiner on this its first birthday. We recognize the Power of the press for either Good or bad and it is because of this that we always desire this Power to be placed in intelligent hands. Yes it is through the medium of the fourth estate that the Community is made conscious of its needs and is Able to inform itself of current events by. Reading. A we feel especially that Galveston is fortunate in having a negro newspaper worthy of the name a newspaper. We Hope and believe too that the editorial staff of the Galveston examiner will give us an unbiased picture of our Community life and its needs. It is important that we have someone to Survey the local Community to evaluate its resources needs and attitude. May they live Long to publish a news that is fit to print. Respectfully yours. Walter Mason principal Central High school for its object peace and Freedom. Religion is a menace to both. Christ spoke emphatically with authority. Religionists say what they think liveth passing Ages have witnessed the confusing of christianity and religion. Christianity cannot harm religion always has and always will. Christianity a is impractical for the demands of world governments Lor they result from selfish domination while christianity necessitates self denial for others. The Rich Young ruler who inquired of Christ for eternal life was instructed to dispose of his riches which no doubt was required a was a test of his Faith but such a test found him wanting. Or. J. P. Browning is a prominent local dental surgeon who has manifested an Active part in the promotion of better health in Galveston. He is a graduate of the Dehorry dental College in Nashville Tennessee and an Active member of the Charles a. George dental society a member of the Board of directors of the order of elks Oleander Lodge 550, and is treasurer of the Gulf state dental association of Texas. Hurry do your Xmas shopping at Shaw jewelry co 23rd amp Market easy terms congratulations Galveston examiner selects a cleaning g pressing free Rock up and delivery menus expert ladies suits dyeing dresses 60c 1 85c up 100 per cent Union shop Ajsa amp ers 3623 ave. J amp dyers phone"7212 Honey Island John Roberts and mrs. Myrtis al Ridge of Bessmay were visitor a Here monday. Mrs. Artelia Irving spent a few Days in Silsbee with friends and relatives she had some dental work done while Here. Messes. W. A. Kyles c. O. Irving and mrs. Jewel Powell spent saturday in kountze., or. And mrs. J. C. Stewart made ?. Business trip to Silsbee saturday. The executive officers of the Union gospel singing convention held a business session Here saturday night. Joe Stewart spent sunday in. Magnolia Springs also Arthur Stewart of Silsbee. Sunday school at Jones Chapel ame Church in charge of superintendent j. N. Hancock had Good attendance. Review by the pastor. Rev. J. S. Curry. He preached morning and night Broadway Baptist Church Ren dered a program at the Church of god in Christ sunday afternoon. Money raised $2.25. Correction in the last Issue it appeared that St Beulah Baptist Church of Silsbee raised $7.50 in the anniversary of Rev. R. Newton it should have read $17.56. Or. And mrs. R. B. Brown Are the proud parents of a Fine boy. A a. N. Hancock reporter. Giddings Giddings was a glad to have Rev. L w. Jenkins present. He was in route to Bastrop where he will have charge of the ame Church. Mrs. James Loring is still on the sick list. The wish of her Many friends is for her speedy recovery for service to please Call 2-7842 i popular Price cleaners us need for fair dealing visit Keener a drug store 2g02 ave. Ii Galveston Texas Vitamin products a cough and cold Mem Cine prescriptions filled and delivered, Flimin anything you want at Keener so phone 6633 persons from Here attending the funeral of John Martin of Taylor sunday were mrs. Julia Moses mrs. Vera Lee j. T. Ross and Isom Wormley. A mrs. N. Of Hickey and miss Lois Cark were Austin visitors saturday. Rev. John Harris of Ledbetter was Here after the informer saturday. Gonzales i frs m. L. Wyatt was taken to the Holmes Hospital where she will undergo a major operation this week. Her son or. J. O. Wyatt of Kerrville made two trips Here. To be at her bedside. Reverend Wyatt was absent from his Post because of the illness of mrs. Wyatt. Rev. J. B. Phoenix held his quarterly meeting Here and at aim. Attendance was poor on account of the cold. Mrs. I. A Spencer teacher in the High school department and directness of High school music presented both departments in a musical at Providence Baptist Church Rev. S. A. White pastor. The general theme of the occasion was along the line of thanksgiving. Most of the teachers will attend the teachers association in Houston this week. The a to sponsored a play at Henson Chapel last thursday night entitled a big it was very Good indeed. The cast consisted of the following Young ladies Magdalene Moreland Katherine Stevens net eat at one of the West end s Best a a j shepherds cafe 4023 Ball dial 1426 mrs. Hattie Shepherd prop. Stop at Adams Barbecue a the place of Good foods 716 27th Street of Reeler Adam prop go to g. Alessi Gro. Amp mkt. Pm. 9221 3501 Avenue m free delivery a ran in Halfant signs pm. 2-2733 311 25th St. Wright drug stores congratulations to your anniversary expert Auto fainting amp body work All work guaranteed free Deli very Quick service on All paint work Bennie Johnson manager Trews paint shop free delivery four stores phone no. 1 9351 no. 2 9353 no. 3 9355 no. 4 9357 Home electric co. Wiring lighting fixtures 3224 Broadway pm. 5932 e. Delany prop. Lie Job. Burton Jjlia. Mae Porter Lula Mae Pittman i opt in Eviae Valentine. Mrs. M. J. Washington directed the play. Mrs. I. M. Jones and Rev. S. A. White were among Gonza fion who attended the official by re Iivo Pilad the past week. At a regular meeting of the a to an interesting program was rendered wednesday evening november 22. Among the persons appearing on program . S. A. White Hev. And mrs. Dickerson and mrs. G. C. Collins a. J. A Washington jr., reporter. Congo al if lations i to your a a first anniversary dress up and stay clean at the easy cleaners one Day service we Call for and deliver All work guaranteed satisfaction Call easy cleaners 1201 30th pm. 146g r. B. Gordon mgr. Davis Market 2802 Avenue q a clean sanitary Market of Esh meat poultry eggs prices Pugit t. F. Davis Barber shop 2tp2 Avenue g Osja Barber shop welcomes you to see them for your haircuts and shaves b. S. Herod prop. 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