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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 June 1937

P -i& I I fll WEATHER DEN1SON AND VICINITY Denison and vicinity partly cloudy and unsettled, Tuesday i THE DENISON PRESS n ar r&ij 7c PER WEEK T GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International NVws Service. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 1st, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930 —DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. 287 MEN HELD OF MEMORIAL DAY Hands Across the Rio Grande CHICAGO—Sixty-seven men me being held for probing in con- nection with the riot of Memorial day at the Repub.ic Steel plant when five persons were killed nnd several injured. The men held are charged with illegal acts and conspiracy and cirries a penalty of five years and $20,000 fine. CHICAGO—Steel strikers in \irlimited numbers this morning were picketing pi nts of the Re- public Steel company whore strikes hava been on for several days. Squads of police stood by read." for any emergency that might arise and the picketeis were per- m.tted to picket the plants peace- fully. An inquest has been ordered to look into the tro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 June 1937

fxv'ifWZ'i PAGE TWO the demson press .TUESDAY, JUNE 1st, 1937 THE DEN1SON PRESS FiitahlWi.'rt T' i«i>h n In 1930 No. 100 Issued Dull) l'.xcept Sunday Ei'tered a Peeonil r-n"* Matter June IS, 1936, at the post offl., l < n. u, Texae under the act of March 8, 1874 . Dedicated to c'tuu a..u i >i u*Ive government; to Individual and *ivle Intensity; 10 indlvldnnl and ctvle commercial progre« SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week One Month Three Months (in advance) Six Month* (In ailvauoe) One Tear (In ad van • > _ To .. !So . T6c 11.50 1300 itIB BOX NUMBERS. Care Oonlion Press will be given advertise™ desiring blind addreases. GHARUK AQCOUNTu are acceptable from persona having te:eplione listed In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cent will be a<ld"d on unpaid private accounts after 30 daj a from date of first Insertion. -LOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will b< published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responslbi: fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 June 1937

TUESDAY, JUNE 1st, 1937 T1TR DENISON PRBBS PAGB THKUI I \ ! HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE JVjORTH£AST\YESTSOUTH 7 By P t Perry • • 1.—What was the petition sign- ed by Denison citizens presented to the city commission Friday af- ternoon? 3.—What was the first vege- table shipment oi' the season handled by the Katy line? at the close of the week? 3.—Announcement has been made that Oklahoma Farmers union would oppose what pro- posed move of railroads? 4.—Mrs. C. W. Ganter is presi- dent of what local social club? 5.—Charlie "Chan at the Op- era" makes how many pictures of the Chinese fltelon detective portrayed by Warner Oland, has been made? 6.—What percentage of the' population of Canada U found south of~the northernmost point of Minnesota? 7.—When asked as to his na>>, what answer did a twelve year old .boy, wandering about the streets of New York tell police? Increase In Business In U. S. Is Seen First-quarter profits of 270 leading manufacturing corpora- tions of the Nation amou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 June 1937

PAGE FOUK SOCIETY NOTES Council Women District Meet The bl-county counril ol' Gray- son and Fannin Christian church ■women held a meeting Monday afternoon at the S trh Side Christian church. Forty-two members were pres 'in and Mrs. Ben F. Hearn, president, was in her executive position. ' iRev. Hearn gave the invocation after which Mrs. G. C. Mi' or pre- sented the address of welcome. Mrs. L. K. Lamb was n !?ucst and conducted the devotional -which •was divided into three parts, "Looking: Inward; Looking Up- ward; Looking outward." Mrs. W. 0. Harmon of Bon- ham gave a report of the recent state convention at Waco, and (Rev. Harmon supplemented her story with an account of the men's activities. The afternoon was highlighted with a playlet "Budgeting for God," by women from the First Christian church. Mrs. M. B. Morgan, Mrs. Bessie Painter, Mrs. Bernard Perry, Mrs. W. F. Wencken? and Mm. Carl Mayo. t A singsong was led by Mrs. Robert Dean of Sherman. Mrs. James Wilson rendered a solo,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 June 1937

0ti J3**. hAIAM WEATHER DEN1SON AND VICINITY Cloudy Thursday Scattered Thuudersuowers THE DENISO jflltSm'ii I'TiU'iilMiMTTflt l 7c PER WEEK A EAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. • Banquet Tickets To CC Event at Hotel on Sale I Formal Plans For Program I Will Be Made!* DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY Farmers Meet Tuesday Night At Oak Ridge Farmers Not Contracted in Soil • Conservation Work Until Later Date, Cham- ber Manager Reveals here Reed Explains Recent Measure Farmers Decline Work , for Present Until Crop Season is Over; In Favor Of It Open Meeting Style |at 'Ban- quet Expected to Bring Many to Hotel June 14, Chamber Manager Says Saturday Last Day For Ducats One of Most Enthusiastic Meetings ever, Held in Denison Expected by CC June 2, 1875 A. E. Van Horn, editor and proprietor of the Texas Adver- ! tiser and Business Guide, of Dal-^ - las, is in the city. Van Horn se-j A large number of Oak Ridge cured a livery turnout at C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 June 1937

- PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS WEDNESDAY, June 2, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS In 1IS9 T l«M lhi!ie NO. 10# lMMt Dally lCxoapt 8and*y Bntered a* Second Claw Matter fun* J8. 19!8, at the post i, flc- is I> in n, Twt'ia under tlia act. of Marub 8, 1879. Dedicated to o'enii *' i' i ipoL'ilvt government; to Individual and alvla lnr«**ritv , to Individual and civic •ommerolal progreo. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Week — *° Three Months Sis Montlia (In advance) One Tew (In advance) ... $1.60 $3.00 BOX NUA1&KHH. Care Dmlsoa Prtws will be gl'v en advertlserc desiring blind uddreaseti. CtHAKOr. 'ACCOUNTS hre acceptable trom persons having telephone listed it> their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cent will be added on uopal 1 private accounts after 30 dav< from (late of first Insertion. ;.LOSING HOUR: Copy reoelved by a, m. wlil be published the same day. OUT OP-TOWN ORDERS for atrletly payable In advance. | that stagnant lot from the earlier days * when at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 June 1937

I WEDNESDAY, June 2, 1937 COURTS the dentson press FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* tiled I Z. Gossett, 'banking commis sioner of Teyaa, vs. R. T. Lips- comb, debt. Dismissed at plain-1 tiff's cost. Emma Fullilove vs. Ira Fulli- Jove, cause reinstated and divorce granted. Offie Evans of Sherman Tues- day pleaded not guilty to chicken theft. The jury returned an in- structed verdict of not guilty. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Casci Diipoied Z. Gosset, banking commission- er of Texas vs. G. Lloyd Webb, debt. Dismissed at plaintiff's cost. ) Marriage License Jack Melton and Dortha Dee Crain, Sherman. Automobile RegUtr&tion* T. E. Arney, White Wright,' Chevrolet truck. Realty Transfer* Roacoe A. Gillett et ux to City of Whitewright, 1.27 acres in two tracts of Granger McDaniel sur- vey, also lot 2, block 13, Gray- son college addition, Whitewright; $100, May 20, 1937. John Hoard et ux to City of Whitewright, 7.3 acres in White- wright; $800, Dec. t>,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 June 1937

Cage fous Wednesday, june 2,1937 society notes Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers To Hold Memorial Services Next Sunday | Memorial services for Divisions No. 177, Grand International Brotherhood of Locomotive En- gineers and the two nvxilinries will be held Sunday at :i p. m. in the Union hall, 609' West iMain street. Officers for division 177 are €. R. Williams, C. E. ;W. M. Kelly, secretary-treasurer; divis- ion No. 668, S. H. First, E.: G. A. S'ommers, secretary-treasur- er; Mistletoe division No. 181. Mrs. C. M. Perry and Mrs. J. B. Duncan, president and secretary, respectively1; Hiawatha Division 254, Mrs. S. H. First, president and Mrs. G. A. Sommer, secre- tary. Deceased members to be honor- ed are W. S. Stone, C. B. Mas- ters, G. C. Briggs, W. M. Pip- kin, W. S'. Stone, W V .Lyte, L. H .Patrick, Mrs.. T. B. Murphy, Mrs. James Tobin ,Mrs. Katha- rine Dowd. Program The program is announced as follows: "Nearer My God to Thee," con- gregation. I Duet—"The Rosary" (Nevin),] Mrs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 June 1937

0* ■Jbfau I € * WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy Thursday Scattered Thundersliowers THE DENISON PRESS 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Pres? and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE :i, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. 289 Wallis And Edward Are Married Today In Quiet Ceremony Ward Schools j Three on a Match | j Dallas Cop Kidnaped But Electra Man Hold Exercises Munson Field English Minister Performs Ceremony in French Despite Objections from Church of England; Duke Gifts Wally with Diadem MONTE, Fiance.— Twenty-five weeks after Edwurd, as king of one-fifth of the world renounced his throne with the words "for the woman I love," Edward, as Rev. L. R. Lamb, Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church to Make Chief Address of Evening at Exercises here DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • • June 3, ,1873 j Mr. Tevis, express messenger, who came up the road yesterday noon, gives the following informa- ion: At Ennis, a deputy sheri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 June 1937

JH PACE TWO THE DENISON PRESS Est bll«1 d !n 1930 T i,, it No. 100 issued Dally K*c«i>t Sunday Entered as peciwiil C"au Matter J*une 13, 1936, fcl the poat office <u Dei • Texar under the act ur March 8. 187a. „ _ IMdictud tu l vio ami i ir*«lv® government; to iodlvldtfsrt and «lv1e Intetr rv: lo Individual and clvto eommerclal progress. ' SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Week To One Muntil — «° Three Months (In advance) *®c 81a Monti # (In advance I Il-M Oce Year (In advance) |S00 ,THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1937 UOX NUMBERS. Care Dciil.ion Press will be given adverUnera deelrlng blind iiidresaes. UHAUGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable trora persona having telephone listed Ic their own name and up'si agreeing to remit when bill la presented, 10 per cent will be added on uapaJd private accounts after 30 days from date of flret Insertion. GLOBING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will b' published the same day. ERRORS The Denlsoo Press will not be responsible- for more than one Incorrect I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 June 1937

THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1937 COURTS THE DEN7R0N PTIWSS PAGB THSMB ar: FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed iLois L. Allen vs. Olin Allen, divorce. Ca*es Ditposed Rh<A>a Boozer et al vs. Texas Employers Insurance association! debt. Judgment by agreement. Ex parte L. D. Thayer, applica- tion for removal of disabilities granted. Ex parte Dorothy Parrigan, 'application for removal of disabili- ties granted. Frank Boyd vs. Verna Boyd, cause reinstated .divorce granted. iRyang, divorce. Ca es DUpotetl Lorene Collier vs. Sam Collier, divorce granted. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suit. Filed I Sudie Mac Ryans vs. Grady Marriage Licemo ' William Roibert Murphy anJ Virginia Crump, Gainesville. Automobile Registrations * E. C. Summerlin, Sherman, Chevrolet sedan. G. M. Forester, Whitesboro, Chevrolet coupe. i O .M. Hunter, Sherman, Olds- mobile sedan. O. V. Estes, Sherman, Chevro- let sedan. G. F. Smith, Tioga, Chevrolet sedan. J. O. Victor, Sherman, Pac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 June 1937

PAGE FOUH THIs bkwxaois SOCIETY NOTES JOSEPHINE DOXSEE IS MARRIED TO DAVID 15 SALMON TUESDAY NOON Mrs. (Abbey Doxsee of Durant announces the marring'' ol he' daughter Josephine to David B. Salmon Tuesday noon, Oklahoma Ciay. After a honeymoon trip to Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Sal- mon will reside in Durant. The bride is a graduate of Southeastern State Teachers col- lege and a memlber of Alpha Sig- ma Tau, social sorority. She is Mere tar y of the Building and Loan Association, Durant and is also an active member of the Business and Profession ill Wom- en's club. i Mr. Salmon attended South- eastern and was a member of Phi Sigma Epsilon. He will receive a B. S'. degree from University of Oklahoma this month. also been postponed until after j high school examinations. Rich- j ard Clark, captain, has called a practice session of the team for i Monday night in order to get ready to attend the state conclave in Waco this month. ELECTION OF MAJOR DeMOLAY OFFICERS IS DELAYED UNTIL JUNE 9 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 June 1937

fiamuan.. I WEATHER denison and vicinity Probable howers today arid Saturday, Cooler in this section. 1 I THE DENISON PRE pp7c PER WWZK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. Compromise Is Seen in Court Change of FDR Senator Says Plan to Come To Head Soon Senator Robinson Hints Pro- bable Compromise After Two Hour Conference at' Capitol; Battle End Seen Turn Is Not A Surprise, Says Final Action of Court Prob- lem, Favorable or not is Sought Before Ajourning WASHINGTON—One of the New Deal's most ardent support- ers, Senator J. T. Robniosn of Arkansas, strongly hinted that a compromise would be effected in the much debated Supreme Court revamping today when he came from a eonfernece that lasted for more than two hours. In fact, the senator indicated that he m irlit himself be the one to make the offer for a compro- mise, as he stated that he would be one to add new amendments to the bill and that such amend- ments were to be offered. Thus the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 June 1937

PAGE IWU THE DENISON PkhSS Mil DAY, J UME 4 th, 1937 THE DEN1SON PRESS r*nih)isiifa in i*so l'oieplioue No. JUO Issued Pally ttiuept ISuuday ICr.tered as Se it th« pout office „r Much 8, 1879. •onil (' i < at Doum Mattnr June 23. l 3tl, i Texai' under the act politicians. They don't care whether the project is worthy or not, all they wish is to make it appear they have done some- thing for their people by securing public money. When men reach the point in their j public career where they are thinking on- DeAloatad to u!ea« and rcupuoslva government; 1 ly in terms of re-election and not the best to individual ami «i*io integrity; to individual and, interests of the country at larire it is timp rivlft iinTnmarnlAl nraircHi I . , of — ihat their records should be thoroughly in- Tc vestigated. The president and his co-workers in civic commercial procrcua SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week One Month tSo Tbre« Months (in advance) 75c . , ,, , mi* Month* (in advance) *i.5o asking tor the large...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 June 1937

FRIDAY, JUNE 4th, 1937 THE DENTSON PRESS PAGB THK1B COURTS Probate Docket Kssie Tuylor Bond, application FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE Ca*e DUputetl John F. Moser vs. Eula B. Moser, cause reinstated, divorce ► granted. Motion* Filed The state of Texas vs. Cecil Smallwood, murder. * Defendant's motion for severance. The state of Texas vs. G. L. Rogers, murder. Defendant's mo- tion for severance. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Appaarance Docket Shelton B. Mason, guardian vs. Washington National Insurance company, suit for debt. to probate will of Alma Tappan, deceased. Taylor Marriage Liceute Carlye B. Moore and Una E. Hkaggs, Van Alstyne. W. O. O'Briant and Estelle Williams, Ferris. Pete Mannery and Viola Hix, Van Alstyne. Virgil Dale Simmons and Ina Dell Wright, Sherman. Automobile RegUtration* Hardwicke -Eittel- company* Sherman, Plymouth coach. Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Sherman, Chevrolet coupe. Clifton Wood, Denison, Olsmo- bile coach. Mrs. Lula McCait.v, Tioga, Ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 June 1937

PAGfi fOtJK THE ■■■■ Friday, june 4thf 19 SOCIETY NOTES ►wei by Mrs. si Gnnily Miss Christian Paid Compliment Miss Chlorine Christum, wn will become the bride >i Barbour Sunday m<... complimented with a ty Thursday night g 'l' Luther Brown, G1 street. . . ;ii The interesting nuptial* «U r • a/i at ft a. m. Sunday be solemnr/en at a. in the home of the bride elect! mother, Mr.. L- L. Christian, 101 West Hull street with Rev. L. K. Siputor of the ClvarylMr ti,t church, officiating. Among out-of-town guests *eady * Penison for the wedding are Mis. W C. Baxter of Weslaco, M • Doyle and Charles Doyle, Mrs. J. N Robertson and children, a Taft, Mrs. W. E. Barbour ani c0n Douglas of Memphis, Tenn. "other and brother of the groom, elect. For the party Miss ChrWl«j was dressed in a floral chiffon <iress with matching accessories. Games of contract bridge wer Vlayed With high trophy going to Mrs. R. Rutherford, who received an Italian cut lace set. Mrs. A bert Reece was presented pott...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 June 1937

jfaab* t frVTV-'i n itfci i •id- WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Probable showers today and Saturday, Cooler in this section. 1 Hh DENISON PRE 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. 291 Tear Trouble Youngstowm Steel Plant Police Drive Pickets and Sympathizers prom Steel Factory Site While Food Is Hurried to Strikers 73,000 Idle During Strike Lewis Claims Heads Need to Only Conform With Mod- ern Labor Practices, end it l YOUNGsTOWN, Ohio.—Police and a force of twenty deputies today drove off a crowd of strik- ers and sympathizers while food was hurried into the grounds of the Republic Steel plant. More than 73,000 men are idle! as a result of the strike and fearj of violence has kept matters at a| tension. Pickets hnve paraded in front of the plant, determined that relief shall not b« brought to those inside who are working. The issue with the steel com-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 June 1937

PAGE lwu fkE DtNlSON SATURDAY, JUWE o, 163?. THE DEN1S0N PRESS !n 1930 Toitjphou© No. too Issued Dully Except Sunday Metered as Se t ih« uu-it otriutt lit M&i-ob 8, 1879. at i> ilatter , Texar June IS, 183d, under the act Dedicated to clean ami nspoaatva government: to individual and civic Integrity; to Individual and clvlo commercial progrtfs. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Week To, „ , one Month — 28o | makes young men go forward In TbfH Months (in advance) T6o Blx Months (In S'lvanoei 11.50 One Year (In advance) 11.00 MUX NUMBERS. Carp Df maun Fress will be given I advertiser* desiring bllml addresses. OIlAKi; 10 ACCOUNTS aro acceptable from porsons having telephone listed In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cent will be added on uni«l<l private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received published the same day. by 9 a. m. will be ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible* for more than one inco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 June 1937

SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGB THUS HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE J^ORTHJT ASTyyESTgOUTH ? By Pat Perry I Ik I" •Sti >0(1 ' tied ; [ l.—What is the reason for th« suspension of Dizzy Dean by the ba etoall commission 2.—Who hu;i beon mimed prin- cipal of the Denison high achool ito succeed B. McDaniel, recently appointed superintendent of city schools? 3.—The player piano, which had a greWt vogue in the early 1900's was patented in what year? 4.—How was Jimmie Gallagher complimented on his graduation recently by his parents, 5.—Who was the Kraft pro- duction employee that was the Ivonoree Wednesday of a surprise birthday party given by feminine members of t;he department? C.—What is to bo installed in the first modern garage to be op- erated in Greece? 7.—In what city of Texas will a federal fish hatchery of 108 acres, costing about $ 100,000 be built? 8.—Who made th echief ad- dress at the graduating exercise of the Denison elementary stu- dents Thursday night? 9—.How d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 June 1937

SOCIETY NOTES KATY Railroad News Chiropractors Meeting Sunday The Grayson county Chiroprac- tic association will entertain dis- trict 6 with u meeting Sunday at Hotel Grayson, Sherman, 'l'he district extends west I 1 Mineral Wells and south to Wuco and more than 200 chiropractor- are expected to attend the meeting which will include luncheon and an afternoon session. Dr. F. B. Young will preside as toa&tmaster and Dr. A. ti. Welling' will have charge of the ensuing hour. Dr. F. L. Charlton <>f Aus- tin and Dr. M. B. McCoy ot Paris, national representative, will speak at the luncheon period. Dr. II. E. Turlcy and Dr. H. E. Weiser, instructors of the Texas Chiro- practic college of San Antonio, will give addresses in the after noon. Rev. L. R. Lamb, pastor' of the Denlson Calvary Baptistj church will also give an nddres^ \ A number of Denison chiro- practors are making plans to at-' tend the meeting. STATE PRESBYTERIAN YOUNG PEOPLE UNION TO MEET IN KERRVILLE The annual State...

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