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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 June 1937

I PS m n a *• ■ t r r VY E< A 1 nt-i\ DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy, cooler in East Portion Wednesday THE DENISON 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International Newa Service. Bonds Sold Dallas Firm; Ordinance is Threatened DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 7 Projects To Be Finished ByThe Fall City (Engineer Suggests that Washington Office Be No- tified of Bond Sale; Red Tape Completed by Sept. Deliverance In Few Days Buildings With Alley Stair- cases over Property Line Be Moved Back Further Mahan, Dittmar and company, of Dallas, received the contract for the Denison alley paving and storm sewer bonds, at a meeting DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY ft « June 29, 1875 While Mrs. M. S. Dinsmore, her two daughters, Mrs. J. W. Bur- son and little Lilly, were driving on the race track yesterday even- ing, some reckless driver fright- ened Mrs. Dinsmore's team. After running about a quarter of h mile, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 June 1937

i a t $ i < PAGE TWO THE DENISON l'KESS TUESDAY, JUNE 29<h, 1037 THE DENISON PRESS Rat&blUhed to llStt Telephone No. 10# Uau«l Dully Uxveyt Hand** metered a* 8eooud Class Matter Juno JS. 1MB, *1 [lie post office at Denison, Texa*' under the aot >i March K, 1S78. Dodmaitd to u'ean and responsive fovernment; to individual and etvio Integrity; to Individual and civic eoramarclal prorresa. SUBSCRIPTION BATES ■ __ to ■MPHHIH. zso (In adv&nco) T#c On# Week On* Mont; . Three Months 61z Months On* Tear (In advance) •••••••••• |1.80 (In advance) $1.00 UOX. NUMBERS, Care Denison Pr*F« will t>" given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable trom persona bavin* telephone listed 1c their own nam* and upou * freeing to remit when bill la preeonted. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* after 10 dars from date of first Insertion. ^LOSINU HOUR: Copy received by a. m. wiil bo published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 June 1937

TUESDAY, JUNE 29 h, J 937 THE DENtSON PKESS '/ i COURTS FITY-NINTH DIST. COURT Charles Berry, Acting Judge Pleads Guilty I Levi Zachery, Denison negro, Monday morning pleaded guilty in open coCfrt" to one charge of bur- glary and two of chicken theft. He was assessed 'two years in the penitentiary in each case. Zach- ery pleaded not guilty to a charge of burglary Thursday but ws found guilty by a jury and given two years. All three sentences were dated from Jan. 20. Caiet Disposed 1 Twenty-one city tax suits have been dismissed on motion of the city attorney. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Anna Wardlaw vs. R. F. Ward- law, divorce. Haskell Blankenship vs. Doro- thy Talt et al, damages. Civil Cases Mrs. Laura Halverson et al vs. Mrs. Bello Fielder 'McFarland et al, partition. Statement of rentals made. 1 Gus Booth vs. Texas Employ- ers Insurance association, debt on policy. Verdict for plaintiff. Motion Docket C. C. Lane vs. Texas Employ- ers' Insurance ass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 June 1937

PAGE FOUR SOCIETY NOTES Bride-Elect Is Party Honoree Miss Iva Dell Petty, who will become the bride of R. W. Hold- er Jr. of San Antonio in an ear- ly July wedding, was compliment- ed with a lingerie shower and lawn party Monday evening giv- en by Miss Marie Carter and Miss Lucille Kirkland at the Carter residence, 1300 Rusk avenue. Mr. Holder is stationed with the army and this idea was carried out in party arrangements. As guests entered the garden, an American flag was placed over a table having miniature soldiers. The attractive gifts were placed around this table. After a war game, refresh- ments of cannpes and beverages were served. Candy airplanes of red, white and blue were plate favors. Miss Petty, in red chif- fon dress and blue and white ac- cessories, was dressed in keeping with the party idea. The hostesses' gift to the hon- oree was a handsome satin gown. Guests were Miss Lucille Bad- gett, Mrs. Carl Krattiger, Miss Jessie Cox, Miss Pearl Ivy, Ed- winna Willams, who wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 June 1937

•r. I Mi * t WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy, cooler in East Portion I Thursday THE Representative United Press and International News Service. 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Denisonians Begin Checkup For Fourth Of July Vacations • Exposition, Fiesta and Swimming Places Ex- pected to Draw Hundreds of Penisonians Away for Two-Day Period Next Week Denisonians today began check- ing up on desirable places to spend their two-day Fourth of July vacation, especially where the entertainment is high and the # Everyday # DENISON • • July Fourth thoughts: wonder where is the best of the thousand and one offer in this section to spend the day . . . Jack Benny and Mary Livingston would be worth the trip to the Dallas ex- position . . . Billy Rose has some- thing at Fort Worth from what everyone who has seen it claims . . . Lake Worth would sure be inviting with swimming in the day time and dancing on the lake shore at night . . . Turner Falls has its advantages if it weren't for those hor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 June 1937

PACE TWO _ ] THE DENISON PRESS Established Ui ltS(< Telephone No. 10# Uaued Duii> Ifixcepl Sunday Jj&tered an Second Cass Mutter Jun* 13. 19311, it the post office ut Denison, Texar under the act f Much *. 1819. Dedicated to c'ean and r pon lve government; to Individual and atvio lutt*cttyj to Individual and civic oommerclal poovreia SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week Ic On* Month —. 18a Three Months (In advance) TSc Six Months (In advance) J1.B0 Oce Tear (In advance) 13.00 THE DZNISON PRESS Wednesday, June 30th, 1937 BOX N U ,\1 Hlilts. Care Denison Preaa will be given advertisers desiring blind addreanin. UHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from peraune having telephone Uated lc their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private aocounta after >0 da -a from date of flrat Insertion. 'LOSING HOUR: Copy received by a. ra. will b" published the same day. errors The Denison Preaa will not be responsible for more than one Incor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 June 1937

Wednesday, Julio 3Gi.li, 1037 •j COURTS I FITY-NINTH DIST. COURT I Charles 3«rrv. Acting Judge Case* Dupoicd 1 Mutt Staples, trustee for estate of George A. Staples, decaoed vs. Jumes A. Norhcott, foreclosure. Judgment for plaintiff. Caui Transferred The county buildinpr "ouster" case of John Marshall vs. Gray son county et al, on appeal from fifty-ninth district court, has been transferred from the Dallas to the Waco court of civil appeals, ac cording to 0. H. Woodrow, coun- sel for Frank Dodson, defendant. The action was taken by the su- preme court to equalize, the dock- et. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT K. M. CARTER, JUDGE Now Suilg Filed C. L. Brooks vh. W. M. Hunt et al, try title. Motion Dor.kol Gus Booth vs. Texan Employers Insurance association, debt o i policy Defendant's motion to set aside lindinpri and for new trial. State Natonal bank of Denson vs. II .W. Bennett, debt and fore- closure. Defendant's motion to dismiss. Lois Edwards vs. Rogers Ed- wards, divorce. Motion for ali-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 June 1937

PAGEFOUU THE DENISON PRESS Wednesday June 30th, 3937 SOCIETY NOTES Summer Bride Is Paid Compliment • Mrs. James Porter Buck, nea Dorothy Mae Williams, was com- plimented with a delightful mis- cellaneous shower Tuesday eve- ning. Mrs. L. B. Nevil and Miss putida Williams entertained in the home of Mrs. Nevil's mother, Mrs. M. Calloway, 717 West Woodard street. I A series of games and contests ended with Mrs. Buck being pre- sented a number of attractive gifts, among which was a lovely set of silver from the Kress store and employes, where the bride held a position prior to her mar- riage. I She was attired in a smart summer ensemble with matching (accessories. Refreshments "were served 25 guests. I Present were Mesdanies C. F. Harvey, mother of the bride, Pauline Poulter, A. S'. Hatfield ICharles Arnold, M. Stanphill, J. iW. Hughes, Dale Luck, Viola Dempsey, M. Calloway, mother of the giroom, J. M. Dempsey, Misses Mary Louise Nelson, Jimmie Nev- il, Bessie Willis, Lucille Kirkland, ...

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

WEATHER DEN1SON AND VICINITY Fair and Warmer Today and Friday THE BENISON ; ') I I 7c PER WIEK ty A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, Thursday, July 1st, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. Ford Employes Meet Again To Combat The CIO 'federation of Labor Plans Finish Fight Nights, Ford Plant Work' era At Dallas Meet To Take Knocks at the CIO Appeals To Keep Out "Menace" DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY —— # July 1| 1875 While Mr. French, accompanied by Mr. McMilan, of Lawrence,' Kansas, were out riding yesterday por Second Time in as Many evening, they, were both thrown from the buggy and Mr. French quite severly injured. The accident happened about six o'clock. Mr. French was driving and when nearly opposite the Milligan dwell- ing o,n Woodard street, he struck one of the horses with the whip, the animal kicked up and got his . _ . hind foot over the pole. Both Might Be Dangerous, Lewis horses then too...

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

LGE TWO THE DEN ISOiN FftlSSS Thursday, July l*t, 1937 DEN1SON PRESS Ruta-bllshed tn l 3(* Telephone No. 100 1HU<0 L>l opi Sunday iBctertd «. - [he pout office 'March 8, 187#. nd Class Matter June IS, 1 36, i Denison. Texat' under the act k t-spoualve government; kt>; to individual and Dedicated to clean and .lu Individual and eivio lulu* civic commercial pajgreaa HlJBSCRiPTION RATES One Week ., To , One Month t o « Three Month* (In advance) T5c 41a Months (In advance) $1.60 ce Year (In advance) IJ 00 UO\ NUMBEKa. Care Denlsou Press will be given adverUaeru desiring blind addresses. jUHAHUE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persona having telephone Hated in their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill is prevented, 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after SO days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will bo published the same day. EHHOK8 The Denison Press will not be responsible tor more than one Incorrect insertion. ! ing...

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

Thursday, July 1st., 1937 THE DENTSON PRESS C0 1 COURTS FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT i Charles 3wry, Acting Judge Ca«et Disposed I T. A. Davis ct al vs. unknown heirs of William Holmes et al, suit to try title. Judgment for plnintiffs. Ola Winninglham, divoJrce granted and plaintiff's maiden name, Ola Thomns, restored. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Clara B. Garner vs. Dirl Garn- er, divorce. Z. Gossett, banking commission- er of Texas vs. T. €. Kennedy et al, debt Motion Docket W. H. Hood vs. Dr. William Freeman, damages. Motion to disapprove statement of facts. Motion granted. Ca>o* Duposed Virgil Moss vs. Arvella Moss, divorce. Cause dimissed upon pay- ment of costs. James Taylor vs. Juanita Tay- lor, divorce granted. Annie Smith vs. Jessse Smith, divorce granted. Henry Schepler vs. Imogen* Schepler, divorce granted. Ed Gentry vs. Mabel Gentry, divorce granted. ! Alberta Montilla vs. Claude 'Montilla, divorce granted and custody of minor children award- e...

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

SOCIETY NOTES iwn Party Given' *>r Recent Bride "I'he spacious lawn of the C. R- ennemeir residence, 120 East J?xas street, formed a perfect S^kground for a miscellaneous mower, honoring Mrs. Sidney ^Kleld, nee Mary Kennemer. losses were Mrs. Arthur Har- ■! of Dallas, sister of the j^p>, and Miss Helen Chambers, . Sey were assisted in receiving X Miss Gertrude Chambers and rs. Lola Baum. /Mr*. Hatfield was wearing a Te gray ensemble with blue ac cessories. Games of "Bunco" were played throughout the eve- ning with prizes going to Miss Mareella Mosse and Miss Ethel "■•"ale, who in turn gave these to, > je bride. Among other gifts were / bride's book and framed mar- riage certificate from Miss Cham- bers; an electric clock from Mrs. Harrison and a set of silver from Kress store employes. A three-tiered wedding cake topped with biridal figurines was cut and served with ice cream and fruit punch. Mint cups tied with p.ink satin ribbon were fav- ors. The lovely cake was the hand...

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

m WEA 1 HLK DENISON AND VICINITY I Scattered Showers Friday Saturday partly cloudy r THE IJDENISON 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS,. FRIDAY, JULY 2nd, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 10 URGE CARE DURING FOURTH OF JULY t WASHINGTON—The American Red Cross today sent out an ap- peal to the people of the country to urge caution en the Fourth of July to prevent the annual toll of accidents, which has averaged 7,000 for the past few Fourths. Special caution is urged on thrdB things, which have been the chief cause of accidents the past years. They are: Adult suprvision of firing off fireworks. Second, great caution by all bath- ers and third, motorists are ap- pealed to use caution in handling their machines. HUNT NEW MAN, TRIPPLE SLAYING LOS ANGELES — The start must be made all over again for the brutal slayer of the three lit- tle girla who were found last Sun- day in a gulch where they had been l...

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

N I < I PA"CE TWO THE D1ZX1&ON PRESS FRIDAY, JULY 2nd, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS K t«.bllshe<l In HSu Tei'epbone No. *00 Issued Dally Except Sonday metered the pout March 8, as Second Class Matter June 18. 1MB. • tflce at Denlson, Texat' utwjar the act 187#. Dedicated to o'eaa ana responsive government; to individual and aivlo Integrity; to Individual arid clvlo eommerclal progress. to JSo SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week One Month Three Months (In advance) • TSc Six Months (In advance) I .&® Oce Tear (In advance) •*•<«> BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlson Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addressea. UHAKUE AOCOUNT8 are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill Is presented. 10 per cent -will be added on unpaid private accounts after SO days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 0 a. m. wM b< published the same day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than on* ...

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

,r.r, FRIDAY, ,:ULY 2nd, 1037 THE DENTSON PRESS 'TT PAGE THREfc COURTS I FIFTEENTH DIST. court r. m. carter, judge New Suit* Filed i Myrtle Mitchell vs. Fred Mitcli- cll, divorce. ' Delia Davis vs. Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, a corpora- tion, debt. 1 Clariij D. Martin vs. Bill Mar- tin, divorce. ? Cases Disposed Thelhlore Steveniaron vs. Sallie 'Stevenison, divorce granted upon payment of costs. Ethel Porter et al vs. L. E. Younts et al, try tile and dam- ages. Plaintiff's to recover title of land. " . , . UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRYANT, JUDGE Plead* Guilty Lero'y A. Lorance of Deniaon Thursday pleaded guilty to pos- session of nontax paid whiskey at ,n huaring before Miss Cather- ine Wharton, U. S'. Commissioner. His bond was sot at $500, Deputy sheriffs Wosely Barnhill and John Evridge and Bob Gambell of the state liquor control board made the arrest and confiscated three pints of liquor. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT Charles Berry, Acting Judge Civil Cases George Ladd vs. M...

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

FA < i 1.1 OUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, JUL¥" 2nd, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES STATE DIRECTORS OF W .B .A. HONORED JN SHERMAN WEDNESDAY I Mrs. Sallie D. Botzler of Dallas. Texas, W. B. A. field director, and Mrs. Laura V. Puckett, Deni- son iieTcl director of the Okla- homa unit, were guests at the joint rally of the Shernvan and Denison reviews of the Woman'3 Benefit association Wednesday a., the K. of P. hall in Sherman. The rally opened at 10:80 a. m. and continued through the day. Dehison was well represent- ed. The opening (address of wel- come was by-Mrs. J. S. Wallace, president, of Sherman rview 81, Mrs. C. E. McCoy of Denison re- sponded. IA feature of the rally was class presentation by a team of li. girls in pastel evening dresses led by Mrs. Cliff Huggins. After dinner, talks were given fay Mrs. Puckett and Mrs. Botz- ler. Mrs. Botzler told of the state convention to be held in Dallas Oct. 1 and 2. At that time Sherman and Denison will send joint team to drill at the Pan- Ame...

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

(' I II I W £ A A ii L H DEN1SON AND VICINITY I Partly Cloudy, Sunday I To Cloudy 7e PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, July 3rd, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 11 CITY IS SAVED $24,000 BY PUMPS Commission Orders Purchase of Lake Pumps From Worthington company; Cost $100,- 000 Over Ten-Year Period, Engineer Says I i I Saving Denison approximately $24,000 over a ten-year penoa, the city commission Friday after- noon voted to have Worthington pumps installed in the pump sta- tions at local lakes supplying citi- ben with water. «. * DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • • July 3, 1875 Company G. of the 24th, U. S. infantry (colored) will arrive to- day from the west, in command of Captain Louis Johnson, on their way to Fort Brown, near Browns- ville, on the Rio Grande. This company passed through Denison about eight months ago and since then have been engaged construct- ing the Front...

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

PAGE TWO •THE DEN ISDN PKESS SATURDAY, July 3rd, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS Betabllahed In ISSu Telephone No. *0# [uu«d Dally Uxoept Bonday OciM'eU ai cjccotid ClaM Matter June Wi 1936 n the post effloe ai J> nison, Texa. under tit* act it Uarcb *. 187J. Ood caied to o'eau aiui r< epuoaive soverniujm. to individual and auric Integrity, to Individual and rlvlo eoramerolal pwcreea. ^UBaCmPTIW RATES One Week T« One llontli Three Mentha tin advance) Tie Six Month* (in advance) $1.10 One Tear (In advance) |8.00 BOX NUMBEKS. Care Deniaoa Press will be given adverUeerx desiring blind addresses. OHAKUK ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persona iuiv ui* telephone lieted to their own name and upon Mreeliif to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cant will be added on unpaid private accounts after <0 <1*M from date of drat Insertion. J LOSING HOUR: Copy received by a. m. will be published the same flay. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for nwre than one Incorrect Insertion. ...

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

#*■ V. , ff-1 iff : i SAT USD..Y, Jul; 3 u, 1937 COURTS TIIE DENTON PP.ESS PAGE THREu- I UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRYANT, JUDGE I Pleads Guilty I Tom McNeil, 68, of McKinney. Thursday afternoon pleaded guil- ty in a hearing before Miss Cath- erine Wharton, U. S. commission- er, to forging and altering a $1 silver certfiicate to represent a $5 cerificate. He was returned to the county jail under $500 bond. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New ' Suits Filed W. H. Sutherland vg. Marthiu Ann Sutherland, divorce. Fairy Mae Walker vs. Glenn Eugene Walker, divorce. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY. JUDGE Fine Paid L. A. Vance of Sherman Friday pleaded guilty in open court to (violation of liquor laws and paid a fine of $100 and cost. Marriage Licenie* ' G. W. Ladd Jr. and Willie Mae iHayse, Sherman. Automobile Registration* 1 R. R. Stout, Sherman, Chev- rolet sedan. I J. C. Wetzel, Sherman, Inter- national truck. Roscoe Vesal, Wtoitewrlght, Chevrolet sedan. 1 Miss Minnie E. Br...

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

paot. v SOCIETY NOTES THE DENISOiN FREi SATURDAY, July 3rd, 1937 Rena Lynch Is Saturday Bride Miss Rena Lynch, daughter o£ Mrs. and Mrs. R. L. Lynch of Cherry mound, waa married Oliver Ford Jr.. of Shreveport, La. at 10 a m Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ca- pelle, 908 West Main street with Rev. J. F. Murrell of the First Baptist church officiating. They were attended by Mr. and Ernest Caddell. prefacing the ceremony, Mrs. L. D. Thayer sang "O' Promife Me" accompanied' at the piano by Mrs. Fred Parker, who later play- ed the Wedding March. The bride was dressed in a dusty pink triple sheer ensemble with brown taf- feta chapeau and brown footwear. Her corsage was of bluebonnets and sihasita daisies. Flowers were used as adorn- ments throughout the home and were especially) elaborate in the dining room where the decorated brides cake rented. An informs! "reception followed with Mrs. Ca- pelle, Mrs. Nannie Davis and War- ren Wever receiving. Members of the ihouseparty were dr...

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