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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 October 1938

i WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Pair, continued warm today and Tuesday THE DENISON A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, OCT. 3rd, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 77 Britain Pledges Its Friendship PARIS, Oct. 3 (UP)—Premier EdouarU Dnladier, facing grow ing concern in parliamentary cir- cles over fears that the sudden cordiality between Greait Biitain and Germany might freeze oat the French, today released a message tt Keynoter Rides New Dealers Actions Evervdav DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON W Best idea of the week: Deni I rrn and Sherman school officials| may get together and 1 a"c the two teams p aying on different rich's this fall so that it will <rivo loenl and Sherman i'ans si chance Fee theJackets and Bearcats in action the same week . . . And will fatten the school coffers, which fans will rot mind a bit . . . Reports from Denton teacher.i college say that the t'ack coach has two northern freshmen who can run the 140...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 October 1938

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS M6N6AY, OCT. Srd, ldifi ft < THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive governmen to individual and civic integrity; to individual ai civic commercial progress. Application for entry as second-class matter I- pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week 10 One Month - 3.r. Three Months (in advance) — 90 Six Months (in advance) $1.T One Year (in advance) t3.E1 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be give advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persoi having telephone listed in their own name and U|. on agreeing to remit when bill is presented.. 1 t per cent will be added on unpaid private account- after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day! Any erroneous statemer' reflecting upon the character or reputation of any persons will be gladly corrected i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 October 1938

MONDAY, OCT. 3rd, 1938 % DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO Hv DUI.CE MURRAY the "hoist" went down with a loud ; crash 'aind a moment later it was I found that all three boys were I more or less injured. Herman i Kachel, one of the boys who was I on the hoist, and a brother, Fritz, ! who fell through the hole appeni'- i ed to be the most seriously in- V Wt jured. His left thi^h ;ind right Oct. 3, 1876 „ ankle were both- broken. Ed It has been known for the past ^'s c°nipanion in 'lie ride ten days that work was to com-®'0' ^'s head eu'- Frits Kachf> mence in a very short time on1 the was 'tunned from the fall but R. R. and R. G. R.Y. but our cit- was not seri°usly hurt. Herman izens thought it best not to make Ka.che' was at once brought to his any foolish statements over the home' the German restaurant, on matter, consequent'y very little Main s^r6Gt, where Or. Bailey was has been said about it. Sherman RCon 'n aittendace. The little fel- hi.s done enough railroad Mowing low nppeared to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 October 1938

PAGB FOUR THE Djcmsow FKES3 MONDAY, OPT. 3rd, 1938 L! SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society News to Phone :<')0 Please Comments Of A Movie Fan ANNOUNCEMENT OF BETROTHAL AND APPROACHING MARRIAGE A wedding announcement of particular interest is that of M sr- cipal of the Denison high schtol, E\ a James, daughter of Dr. and spent several years as a mission- Mrs. H. W. James and Matthew ary in Japan and China. G. Fairchiid, of Monterrey, Mexi-| Tonight's program will feature co, which was made at a lunch- a mission play called "Shedding eon given at the Hotel Grayson in Light." On Tuesday night the S-ierman Saturday by the hon- Rev. J. A, Ellis, pastor of the oree's sister, Mrs. W. J. Keith. (First Baptist church of Shermar-, Miss James, one of Denison's will speak to the men and boys, loveliest and most popular young Mrs. W. L. Smith will address an girls was born and reared in Deni- assembly of women and girls, son and graduated from the j A mission story hour will be Denison high schoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 October 1938

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy and cooler today and Wednesday THE OENI A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, OCfT. 4th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 78 Chamberlain Demands fete of Confidence SLOVAKS DEMAND I MINORITY RIGHTS i ly ■«; Ih Id k hi Is pn< is n ol ;dy lty Fourth Termer £ PRESSED — Relentless draft movement from leaders of the New York State Democratic party was forced on Governor Herbert H. Lehman to convinca him that he should again be candidate for Governor of thfl state — his fourth term. Al- though the Governor was known to entertain aspiration for a. Senatorial seat in Washington, leaders saw in him the logical person to defeat Dewey, Repub- lican nominee. Dismissal RFC Heads Demanded Bigwigs in Munich Agreement Kneel to Hitler IRAH\ Oct. 4 (UP)—The rov ernment today faced angry minor- ity demands from lis 3,000,000 ■Slovaks after surrendering terri- tory to Germany and Poland and rgreei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 October 1938

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS THE DENISON PRESS E tabliHhed in 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Exccpt Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government: to individual and civic integrity; to individual an. civic commercial progress. Application for entry as second-class matter im- pending. subscription"rates One Week - 10 One Month 85 Three Months (in advance) 90- Six Months (in advance) .. $1,715 One Year (in advance) $3.5' BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be giv< advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persu;> having telephone listed in their own name and u; on agreeing to remit when bill is presented.. 1 per cent will be added on unpaid private account after 80 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. Any erroneous statemer' reflecting upon th«' character or reputation of any persons will be gladly corrected if brought to the atten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 October 1938

TUESDAY, OGT. 4th", 1938 0 llucher lare of Itsoles, iant 1 • >8 * • ft DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO Bv DULCE MURRAY October 4, 1876 C R. L. Modie, ex-member of the old firm of Modie & Hanna; took his final departure today for the north. He was escorted to the train bv Cols. Cnrby and Merritt, Lieut. Col. French, Major Ike Wa- ples and many others of his old time friends and associates, in>- eluding the Denison drum corps. iVfter seeing Mr. Modie on board, the train, a farewell speech was; delivered by Col. Merritt, and re-' sponded to bv Mr. Modie, after which Refreshments were passed around, farewells said and the train moved off, bearing one whom all w! mi red and had nothing but praise for him. ! There has been a good deal of blowing about the bui'ding of rail roads from Denison. There is no longer any doubt a road will be buit at once. The contract al- ready has been let aind work will begin right away. It is to run from the M. K. and 1. track to the quarry, a distance o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 October 1938

PAGE POUR THE UmviflUfll PRESS TUESDAY, _0OT._4th, _19_38 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N«wb to Phone ri ) Fle se Passion Play Will Be Given Tonierht at Hotel Initial Meeting Scholarship Club A large attendance is expected at the scheduled program of the Christian Missionary Council to- night at 8 o'clock at the Hotel Denison, when Mrs. J. V. C. T. Christensen of Wichita Falls •will be presented in a review of the Passion Play of Oberammergan- Mrs. Christensen, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McComas, 113 West Morton, hal the pleasure and extreme good fortune of meeting the leading character in the original play in Oberammergau, and being a guest in his home. Iler audience will be fortunate to hear and see Mrs. Christensen in this resume. A musical program featuring several Denison artists will be given in connection with the re- view, including Miss Marie Ar- thur, Mrs. S. V. Earnest, M.si Dorothy Steele, Mrs. Ralph John- son and others. Committees for the tea which wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1938

WEATHER HPt DENISON AND VICINITY 8 L Fair and cooler today and I I Thursday IE DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, Oct. 5, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930-DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 79 British-Italians May Liquidate AH Disagreements i FDR Appeal Is 0 Received Coaly By Federation Everyday DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON u © A huge number of Denison foot- ball fans watched the Horned Frogs of Texas Christian univer- sity of Fort Worth work out on Munson field last night arnd prac- titft.ly everyone said the Frogs HOUSTON, Tex., Oct. 5 (UP) —President Roosevelt's appeal for iin armistice in labor's civil war was given a cool reception bv American Federation of Labor leaders today. High officials of the 58(year _ old organization in convention w here generally agreed with Mr. Roosevelt's plea that no doors to peace with the rival Committee for Industrial Organization be closed by the Federation. Like- wise, they agreed with the chief execu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1938

THE DENISON PRESS THE DENISON PRESS Eatabllahed in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Dally Except Sunday Dedicated to ckn and responsive government; to individual and civic integrity; to individual ant civic commercial progress. Application for entry as second-class matter is pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week 10c One Month 85l Three Months (in advance) 90 Six Months (in advance) $1.73 One Year (in advance) $3.fi0 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Pross will be give" advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person- having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill is presented.. 3 0 per cent will be added on unpaid private cocounw after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. Any erroneous statemer' reflecting upon the character or reputation of any persons will be gladly corrected if brought to the attention ol the publish...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1938

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 5, 1938 THE DEN13UKJ FRKSS PACK THEK* >! I MI •~m ■ -"®? DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO Kv n(TI>rK MURRAY • • October S, 1876 Mr. I3ud!ong has put In claim to the city council as ai special po- liceman of $28.75 for twenty- three days service. As Mayor Winn took it en himself to make the appointment rf Budlonc. with- out consulting the council, why sholdn't he pay the hi'l? Twenty bales of cotton arrived and pulled up in front of onei store today and found a ready purchaser. Mayor Winn, in pleadim* before the council for another policeman,] sisiid it wit'd be no addi ioral ev-; pense to the city as the policeman would make his own wages bv av- [ rests. There is exactly where the trouble lies. We have had too much of this thing already of making wages by frivolous ar- rests. The bane of our police system is giving policemen fees. The result is that men are ar- rested when it is not necessary either to protect society or pre- serve order, but simply to get the everla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1938

PAGE POUR THE UJLXMlSUJy PRESS WEDNESDAY,_Oct, 5,_1938 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society News to Phone SOI) Please Review of Passion Play Given by Mrs. Christensen A program of unusual signifi- cance was presented Tuesday night by the Woman's Council of the First Christian church in the banquet room of the Hotel Deni- son. Large floor baskets of golde-i rod and purple thistles framed the fireplace, and ferns and col orful zinnias decorated the ■mantle and piano. Musical Prelude A musical prelude preceded the dramatic review of the Ober- ammergau Passion Play which "was given by Mrs. J. V. T. C. Cris- tensen, of Wichita Falls. Miss Marie Arthur opened the program with two vocal selections, • The Virgin's Lullaby," (Reger) and "There's a Green Hill Fai Away." She was accompanied by Mrs. S. V. Earnest. Miss Dorothy Steele was pre- sented in a violin selection, "Thais," by Massenet, and was given piano accompaniment by Mrs. Ralph Johnson. Mrs. Christensen, who is the daughter of Mr. and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 October 1938

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Possible showers Friday; cooler Thursday ON PR A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month I MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 80 Green Sees A Rebuff to FR In CIO Action HOUSTON, Tex., Oct. 6 (UP) —President William Green of the (. ■ -v American Federation of Labor t.<s •\ 1 day interpreted the action of John L. Lewis in cal ing ai constitution- Named Head al convention* c<f the CIO as a re- buff to President Roosevelt. Informed through newspaper dispatches of Lewis' decision to set up a permanent rival *Vrg::ni- zation, announced two days after Mr. Roosevelt personally had ap- pealed to the warring factions to make peace, Green said: "In my opinion the call can be interpreted as an answer to Presi- dert Roosevelt's suggestion for ni termination of labor's internal strife." He declined to elaborate. A more sweeping decoration, re- flecting the views of the Federa- tion in convention he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 October 1938

PAGl TWO THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1938 — tl THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication at 607 We=t Main ls.-ueJ Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and re pon«ive governments to individual and >ivic integrity; to individual am civic commercial proffre-*. App.ication for entry as *econd-claa« matter if pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week .... One Month Three Months Six Mentha One Year (in advance) . (in advance) (in advance) 10c _ 35c _ 9t " $1.7 a $8.50 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Bress will be giver, advertisers desiring blind address. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill ia presented.. 10 per rent will be added on unpaid private account* after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. Any erroneous statemer' reflecting upon the character or reputation of any persons will be glad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 October 1938

^THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1938 THE DEJVISOW FKESS DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO Rv DUI-CK MURRAY October 6, 1,578 A erontleman d'ed in this <"'ty fom tl:e effects of screw worms in hie nose. He had n heavv mous- tache and was troubled with bleedinir at the nose. It is sup- posed the fly was attracted by the little blood remaining in the beard and deposited the eggs there. It was some time before the cause of his exerusiating suffering was dicovered. Doctors Wood and Wil liwms were called to see him and they at once commenced treatment for screw worms. Over two hun- j^dred worms varying in length ef one-fourth to one-half inch long were taken away. They had eat- en away the soft portions of the nose and inflammation set in, which culminated in death. Over forty wagon loads of imi- grants passed through the city yesterday and did considerable trading during the passage. E. W. Jarrett has received a dispatch from St. Louis stating a bale of cotton he entered at the fair took third premium ($5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 October 1938

PAGE POUR tHB uiwpOBr nutflfl THURSDAY, OCT, 6, 1938 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society News to Fhone 3<>0 Please Former Denison Man Seriously 111 In California Denison Mayor And Garden Club To Be Saluted Reassembly Meeting XXI Club Saturday -BRIEFS- Mr. and Mrs. George Scott and •Continuing its forty-eighth yeai'i daughter, Betty Joyce, of Waxa- of activities, the XXI club. ] hachie and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Denison's oldest woman's organi-1 Scott of Washington, D. C. who 'zation will open its fall program I'"™ been visiting for some time ' with an antique tea in the club in the home of their mother, Mrs. 1 Engineers, led by M. J. Seitz, rolling 504, defeated Union News 2 and 1 in Denison bowling play _ Wednesday night, although <Sum- rooms""saturday afternoon" at 1 J. T. Scott, 601 W. Candy/arc| er Brown of the losers was high o'clock. returning to their respective (scorer of the evening, turning in, Engineers Win From Newsmen INJURY HASN'T TAKEN HEART OUT OF DIZZY The club ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 October 1938

or* rhv ®i3 ■r HI 742 WEATHER t 1 DENISON AND VICINITY 9 I- Cloudy and cooler today 9 i and Saturday IE DENISON PRE A l-AST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS SIX PAGES TODAY DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCT. 7th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 81 TANKER TWO IN PORT; ARE KILLED Before He Started Common's Plea Everyday DENISON Bv LOUIS ANDERSON mm H im ' * • * V. ■<: ^ '• : I I 2 * PORT EVERGLADES, Fla., Oct. 7 (UP)—The Tanker O. M. Bemuth made for port tcday with the 34 survivors of the Standard Oil company tanker E. J. Bullock, which exploded, burned and sank 25 miles east of Dry Tortugas yesterday evening with a loss of Praver of a Chicago Cub pitch- tlu^.e me?" ev: "Dear Allah, please, please Thosc lost were Thomas Shep- ■101,'t let Gabby Hartnett put me herd- boatswain and Charles Aus- in against those Yanks tndav. tm' seaman, v,' ° were killed Pre' Cm not near as good as Dizzy «"■ ** by the exp.oaion in the On;n m>\ Bill Lee. but look what*or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 October 1938

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, OCT. 7th, 1938 THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1B30 Telephone No. S00 Of {ice Af .Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsivo government; to individual a d civic integrity; to individual am civic commercial progress. Application for entry as second-tlass matter is pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week 10c One Month — — .... 85i. Three Months (in advance) .—— —— B0i> Six Months (in advance) $1.73 One Year (in advance) — ... $8.50 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person." having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill is presented.. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. Any erroneous statemen' reflecting upon the character or reputation of any persons will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 October 1938

FRIDAY, OCT. 7th, 1938 THE DENTSUXV fRHSS COURTS Homer Bell McCusky, divorce. N. E. White vs. F. P. White divorce. FIFTEENTH DISTRICT COURT Wilmer Marlov/ vs. Charles K. M. CAltTEIi, JUDGE ; Marlow, divorce. New Suiti Filed Dorothy Myers Butcher vs. Sadie Burgess vs. Earl Burgess, Charles A. Butcher, divorce, divorce. |. W. H. Duke vs. Texas Power iCora Estello McClusky vs. arid Light company, damages. .— _____ ^ The plaintiff asks $10,GOO for in- juries allegeldy received May 30, ' 138, when a pipe he was pulling i from a well in a wrecking yard ; north of Sherman on highway 75 : came in contact with a power line | overhead. Divorces Granted Taylor Robs vs. Ima Ross, di- P. D. Q. Delivery WE DELIVER ANYTHING Small Packages or Deliveries, 10c Pho. 68 618 W. Ma Chrome-plated Gem Micromatic Razor—same as in $5.00 sets. Super-keen Blades. Washable Marbclite Case. \orce granted. CRAYSOiM COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket T. A. Martin has applied for the guardianship of Loui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 October 1938

PAGE FOUR THE Uhnisuiv FRFJSS FRIDAY, I I Bra 4 Ea all ————————— 1 ' < W «fi K ' mmm* KSXWM$?: ... mi^Wm jSWSfcS^BBI m JW/MOI) NARKE GERMAN SUBJECTS NOW—By final capitula- tion of the Czech government approximately 3,500,000 persons of German blood in the Sude- tes Mountain area henceforth become German subjects. Here -are interesting scenes from the area. Upper left, humble home of a Sudeten farmer. At right, an aged peasant typical of the locality. Center, peasant women returning i.~n the fields. They know how to laugh. Bottom, a Sudeten farmer with his oxen and cart crossing a primitive bridge. Left, memorial to the Sudeten Germans who died In the World War. Sudeten Germans formerly were Austrian subjects but # through generations have kept to their origin. Under The Dome At Austin By GORDON K. SHEARER United Press Staff Correspondent • © AUSTIN, Tex., Oct. 6 (UP) — Three major tracks in Texas, ona of them a new plant, will be oper- ating next year if horse lovers are succssfu...

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