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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 November 1938

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy and colder Friday THE BE P A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURS. NOV. 10th 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 110 Nazi Roue j Jews; Outbreaks In Austria Nazi Begin Sending Invasion Army pf Homesteaders •v. . ' \ 'r NEW HOME IN LIBYA—New homes in agricultural colonies in Libya, Italian empire across the Mediterranean In Africa, will be found by 20,000 Italians in 1,000 families, vanguard of millions Italy plans to settle there eventually. Here is one of the families about to leave Rome. Homes, stables and irrigation wells have already been constructed for them. ROOSEVELT WITH LEFT MAY CLOSE RANKS WINGERS FOR 1949 Republicans Elect 11 Gover- nors and 8 Senators To Bring Majority Higher NEW TORK, Nov. 10 (UP) — Republican victories reduced the democratic majority in the hou^r of representatives by almost 8^ votes today as late returns came in from the farm belt and the far west. The rep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 November 1938

PA(k« *W0 THE DENISON PRESS THURS. NOV. 10th 1938 THE DENISON PRESS f-stablisheii in Ii'30 Telephone No S00 Office of Publication at 607 West Main -•*Wv_ Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic integrity; to individual anc civic commercial process. Application for entry as second-class matter if pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week 10c One Month - Sat. Three Months (in advance) - 9<) Six Months .(in advance) $1.7-1 One Ycar *(in advance) >8.60 BOX NllMRERSTCare Demson Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHAKfiE 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 SO days from date of first insertion. 'JLOSINfi HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. Any erroneous statemer' reflecting upon fhe charncter or reputation of any persons will be g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 November 1938

THTJRS. NOV. 10th 1938 THE DENTSON PRESS PAGE DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO Rv DULCE uURRAY © o November 10. 1376 Cunningham and Owens went hunting yesterday in the vicinity of Hudson Quarters. They went in a one-horse buggy. IOn their re- turn late in the evening, the horse took fright and became unman- ageable, throwing the b'ugerv up aepinst a tree and precipitating the occupants to the ground. Both pent,'emen were considerably brpised. Mr. Cunningham was the ' worst hurt, though no bones were broken. The buggy was smashed to pieces. The unfortunate nim- ■ irods hired a farmer to bring them v 'to town in his wagon. On the Ll>«|| Only 37 more Shopping Days 'Till Christmas INVESTIGATE OUR CREDIT SYSTEM and Lay-Aw ay Plan GET YOUR SHOPPING DONE EARLY AND S A VE ! ! ROCKWELL'S Jewelry Store The Leading Jeweler* Adolph Johnson J. G. Puckett road they gathered up a portion j of the buggy top, and one wheel, I which they brought with them. The horse got to town first and I reported to P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 November 1938

SOCIETY NOTES Khoue Your Society New® to Phone S00 Please Announcement And snower ratty jc or M16S Alene Goff Mrs. J. W. Lanter and Mrs. Lela Perry entertained w.tfl a.i announcement shower Wednes- day e.ening, 'nonoiiiitf Miss Alene Goff, who is soon to be married to Stanley S. Sutherland, of Mi- ami, Okla. Miss Goff had been asked to come in for an informal bridge game and found to her surprise that she wa3 the honoree at a lovely shower party, during which iher weddir.ij announcement was formally made. The Perry homo was beautifully decoiated with an abundance of seasonal decorations, of chrysan- themums and colored leaves. During the series of brid.?e games, prizes were won by Mrs A. H. Pearson and Mrs. W. G. Pat- terson, who presented them to M:ss Goff. This was the first indication the honoree had that she was being complimented. In her first confusion she had com- pletely overlooked the fact that the 'hair she was usin<* was or- decorated as befitting a bride. Following th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 November 1938

II > ■ I m 111 ■ i ■ i> WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Increasing cloudiness, rain today and Saturday THE A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOV. 11th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. Ill Nazi Draft Ghetto laws Against Jewish Race All France Celebrates as Anniversary Of War Is Commemorated Today PARIS, Nov. 11 (UP)— Amid the desolate battlefields of north- ern France, where "cease fighting" was sounded on Nov. 11, 1918, a new land ha* arisen in 20 years. The war left deep craters as barren and cold as possibly those on the moon For miles there was ■not a tree nor a blade of grass, not even a weed. Today the pilgrim going thru that country, 20 years after, finds 1 World Peace Is Jeopardized Do You Remember This When It Happened 20 Years Ago? ((Copyright 1938 by United Preas) gj |& LONDON, Nov. 11 (UP)—Hot-1 r" peaceful Countryside,"fieids' and, r°v expressed by British people at forests and small but busy villag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 November 1938

is-: DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. S00 Office «f Publication at 607 West M*ia Issued Daily Except Sunday « Dedicated to clean and responaWe governments to individual a d civic integrity; to individual am eivic commercial progress. Application for entry as second-class matter is pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week 1®' One Month 85c Three Months (in advance) 90o Six M-.nths (in advance) $1.73 One Year (in advance) $3.y BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE \OCOUNTS are acceptable from person- Tsvine telephone listed in their own name and up- in iia> eeing to remit when bill is presented.. If per -ent will be added on unpaid private account^ a ftp? 30 days from date of first insertion. "LOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will :ie published the same day. Anj erroneous statemer' reflecting upon th( •baracter or reputation of any persons will bt gladly corrected if brought to tie attention o' the puMi.-hers The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 November 1938

FRIDAY, NOV. 11th, 1938 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE three # JACKETS LEAVE FOR GAINESVILLE DISTRICT FIVE DETERMINER Denison high school Yellow ujj wee|j ju preparation for Jackets left early today for their the sett0 expegted to determine most important game of the sea- son at 2:30 this afternoon with the district five winner, provided Sherman does not show an up- the undefeated untied power- (-urn against the Leopards Thanks- house from Gainesville at Gaines- ville- Primed to the neck with ambi- tion to win the game, ,the Jackets were given an even chance of winning by experts after a close check on conaci^ntous workouts giving day, and Denison loses to Gainesville today. lAll eyes of fans in the Red River belt sector turned Cooke countyward in anticipation of the contest, with officials expecting one of the largest crowds ever PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS DENISON GAINESVILLE Name Lewis McCoy Place: M«U; vj; So We Your problem Sleep T|e£rw 71-J& m MeCorkle Poulter .. Phillips wt. Pos. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 November 1938

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, NOV. 11th, 1938 To-day-the TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY of World Peace mm SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N«w to Phone 100 Please Memorial Program Broadcast From Station KRRV One of the most significant of the many tributes paid to the he- roes of the World War, on this twentieth anniversary of the Ar- mistice, was the Radio broadcast Thursday afternoon. George Hagans was master of ceremonies and presented the fol- lowing program participants: Mrs- Guy Vinnedge, one of Denisor.'s most gifted singers sang, Kip- ling's "Recessional"; the Rev. Harry Lee Virden gave a beauti- ful and touching address relative to the spirti of the occasion and Mrs. Rylis 0. Johnson, read Lt. Col. John McCrae's memorable poem, "In Flanders Fields." Mrs. Vinnedge concluded the program by singing, "The Star Spangled Banner." XXI Club Weekly iv/r j • o j. j posed of the mothers of students Meeting Saturday ^tending the Texas Agricultural Grayson County A. & M. Mothers Attend...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 November 1938

:->V WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Rain, colder tonight and Sunday THE DENISON PR A FAST GROWING PAPER • 35c Per Month MEM BER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SAT. NOV. 12th 1938 1.Y FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 112 Nazi Decrees Take Away tit «r-5< Liberties — Siegfried Line is Strengthened by Tank Traps ■ ' r . ■ CIO Must Lead Way To Peace Garment Workers Union Of- ficial says CIO Convention Next Week to Decide La- bor Peace Success, Failure No Affiliations For The Present TANK TRAP—First picture received in the United States of the concrete tank traps that stretch in endless rows along the Siegfried Line of defenses on the German Western Front. Lines have been named "Limes," from the Roman word meaning wall. Steep inclines and deep camouflaged ditches surround them. Painted gray-green, they are termed tank gravestones. Group Pledges Supnort to Genuine Efforts, Whether They Are CIO or AFofL WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 (UP) President David Dubinsky of the International Ladies ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 November 1938

- PACKS TWO THE DENISON PRESS SAT. NOV. 12th 1938 11 THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication at 607 West MAin of that some time back and not permitted the party in control in Washington to have taken such hazardous steps and acted as if they could get away with anything. The party starting out six years ago ' with the greatest victory ever accorded Democrats, began soon to show signs of be- —----— , —— - — traying the voters. Step by step measures Dedicated to clean and responsive government^ • , i , to individual and civic integrity; to individual ani were urged and plans launched by the par- civic commercial Issued Daily Except Sunday progress. Application for entry as second-class matter is pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week .... One Month Three Month* Si.x Months One Year ty heads that gradually brought the whole setup into bad repute and splits started ov- er the country. At first those who dared to challenge the party heads or say that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 November 1938

SAT. NOV. 12th 1938 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREE fc : fell ©it M / DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE i.UKKAY • • November 12, 1876 About 2 o'clock Saturday morn- ing as freight No. 2 was passing Eufaula, I. T., going north, being pulled by locomotive No. 60, Top West, engineer, and A1 Skeels, fireman, the latter wishing to go hack to the caboose, started over the cars. Shortly after, one of the brakemen came to the engine and asked for <Skeels. When told that he had gone back to the ca- boose, the brakeman said he had not seen him and went back to look for him. Not finding him, the tiain was stopped and backed up some two or three miles, when Skeels was found in the ditch alongside" of the track with both legs cut off, but still alive. It seems that in going back he had irr.Kstd his footing and fell be- tween the cars, the wheels of which passed over his legs, cutting both leg® off between the hip and the knee, but it seems he had strength enough left to crawl down into the dit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 November 1938

PAGE FOUR the denison press SAT. NOV. 12 th 1988 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society News to Phone 00 Pleaae MONO-DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS MRS. KEITH O'BRIEN IN REVIEW In the first of a series of re views of modern plays, the Mono Drama club, Friday afternoon, presented Mrs. Ella Mae Keith O'Brien, in a superb dramatiza- tion of "On Borrowed Time," (Lawrence Edward Watkln), at the home of Mrs. W. B. Munson Jr., 1128 West Bond. Mrs. O'Brien, who was intro- duced by Mrs. A. M. Brenneke, a member of the board of directors drama club and the same direc- tors who were elected last sprint? will function again. At the close of this season, two members will resign and two will be elected t^> take their places. The present board members include Mrs. David Platter, Mrs. Charles H. Jones, Mrs. A. J. Riddle, Mrs. Ewings Ellis and Mrs. A. M. Brenneke. The December meeting- will be Legion Poppy Sale Decided Success of the club, prefaced 'her delini- held at the home of Mrs. Jones, ation of the play wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 November 1938

V- - c I 9 ■ .1 WEATHER DEN1SON AND VICINITY Pair and Warmer today and Tuesday THE A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, NOV. 14th, 1988 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 113 Japanese Refuse To Open Yangtse To Commerce CIO Establishes Itself Permanent Rival of A.F.ofL. PITTSBURGH, Pa., Nov. 14 (UP)-—The Committee for Indus- trial Organization meets today to WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 (UP) —Wil.iam Green and David Duo- insky agreed today that establish- establish itself as a permanent ment of the Committee for Indus rival of the American Federation | trial Organization on a permanent of Labor, a move which threat- ens to prolong indefinitely labor's three years of civil war. The tone of the convention was set by Chairman John L. Lewis in a report to be read to the 450 delegates when the sessions open at 10 a. m. (EST). He said that the CIO would welcome a "sin- cere" peace proposal from the AFL but warned that he would not permit the CI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 November 1938

THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1980 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication at 607 West MUin Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive governments to individual and civic integrity; to individual ani nvw commercial progress. Application for entry as second-class matter is sending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES >nt Week Om M" th Three M"nth> Months One Year 10c ~ 35c (in advance) 9"° (in advance) — J1.7S (in advance) $3.50 BOX NUMBERS. Care Demson Press will be given dvcifi-prH desiring blind addresses. ■)i vkce \CCOUNTS are acceptable from person' TS' ini? 'flephone listed in their own name and up- >n ii}iHHin« to remit when bill is presented.. 10 pei ,-ent will be added on unpaid private account^ after 30 day? from date of first insertion. 'LOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. Any erroneous statemer' reflecting upon the .•fcHj-acter or reputation of any persons will be irladlv correoted if brought to the attention of the publisher...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 November 1938

V i MONDAY, NOV. 14th, 1938 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE TfltUBC DENLSON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO Bv DUT-OE 1.URRAV ® ♦ There was speaking by distinguish- ed orators, Senator Moxey, Cap- tains Simras, W. E. Wright and others. The whole town was ablaze with enthusiasm. Tilden's majority in Indiana is 6,424. The critical character of the 9" © political situation is universally November 14, 1876 recognized. The St. Louis Times They were enthusiastic over in says: A fair count or a free fight. Paris Saturday over the good news Prof. Sommerville reports that of the large majority the demo- there are now 394 pupils enrolled cratic nominees for president and in our public school. This is vice president, Ti den and Hend- probaby the largest public school ricks received throughout the na- jn Texas, and we are confident it tion. Six thousand, nine hundred j8 the best. This speaks volumes and fifty men and boys formed for our young and prosperous city, the procession, bearing torchlight,* We expect to rec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 November 1938

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, NOV^14th, 1938 ; f I ! SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N«w to Phone S00 Plemse Candle Light Service Unites Miss Alexander and Mr. Norwood Miss Ettie Elizabeth Alexander daughter of Mrs. J. M. Alexand- er of Selma, Arkansas and V. E. Norwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Norwood of Lake Charles, La., were united in marriage in n candle light ceremony, solemn- ized Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Harvy, 60G West Chestnut. The Rev. L. L. McCutcheon, pastor of the First Presbyterian churclj in Sherman, read the mar- riage service before an impro- vised altar of ferns, ivy and tall cathedral tapers, burning in floor candelabra. The bride, who was given in marriage bv her brother, E. S'. A!exander was dressed in a bur- gundy wool suit. She wore a grey fox fur, and her corsage was Miss Ethel Alexander attended her sister as brides maid. Sh« wore a teal blue fall costume, and her corsage was of talisman- roses. R. R. Rutherford, of Dallas, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 November 1938

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today and Wednesday DENISON PR MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, NOV. 15, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930-DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 114 Nazi Indignant Over U. S. Ambassador's Recall SHAKEUP IN PRESIDENTS CABINET IS SEEN BEFORE SUNDAY m Cummings Rumored Replaced Robert H. Jackson may Re- place Attorney General in Cabinet Before FDR Goes to Warm Springs, Wishes Return To Practice Rumors Insist T^at Labor Head May Also Be Re- placed ; To be >3rd Change WASHINGTON, Nov. 15 (UP) -—A high administration official to'd the United Press today that President Roosevelt may announce a rhnnp'e in his cabinet before leaving for Warm Springs, Ga. on (Sunday, CIO Will Change Name Under New Constitution ganization; Objectives c0rf British Royalty Still Refuses To Group are Released Today Receive Wally Into Its Circle PITTSBURGH, Pa., Nov. 15 (UP)—The constitution which wii! estab.ish the Committee for indus- tri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 November 1938

PAGta TWO THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, NOV. 15th, 1938 THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication at 607 West Mais Issued Daily Exccpt Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual fiHd civic integrity; to individual ani civic commercial progress. Application for entry as second-class matter is pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week 10' One Month 35 Three Months (in advance) 90.: Six Months (in advance) .— $1.75 One Year (in advance) $3.5' 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.. 1 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 statemen' reflecting upon th' character or reputation of anjjj persons will b gladly corrected if b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 November 1938

TUESDAY, NOV. 15th, 1938 THE DENISON PRESS page three DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE l.URRAY Nov. 15, 1873 Maj. Etter , the collector ol stute and county taxes for Gray son county, will be in this cit\ today tomorrow and the next da> and 'all who desire to pay their taxes without the cost of a trip to Sherman will have the oppor- tunity. In this connection we would call the attention of all resident of Denison to the fact the to the doctor. There are no officers of Sherman have assess- other heirs to the estates and no ed a school tax of one quarter of one to object to his claims, which one per cent against the school will undoubtedly be established, district which they had no right Nov. IS, 1903 to do. Denison adopted the new After careful investigation of charter amendment which places the smallpox situation in Sherman her schools under our own control. | the Denison board of health deci- We have assessed our own school ded it necessary for the safety of tax, and it is pai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 November 1938

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS ■K'Hi I *:t* ■ v {&' = TUE&DA1Y, NOV. 15th, 1938 SOCIETY NOTES ehoue Your Society News to Phone 100 Please Missionary Circles lArthur Frank. m™. Ralph John- Of Waples Memorial son related a story relative to the lesson. members wer> The four circles of the Mission- Twenty-five Circles 01 we mission- ■ nt and the following guests, ury society of the Waples Mem- ^ Johnson> Mrs. w. R. McDon- orial church met Monday after- ^ an<J daughter Aj;ce joy; Mrs. noon for their regular weekly Shanks, Mrs. J. C. Mor- Plans were discussed I , •gan and study hour. by the different circles for their Christmas activities and an an- nouncement made of the regular meeting of the society Monday afternoon Nov. 21, at which time Mrs. W. O. Johnson, president of the North Texas Methodist Mis- sionary society will be a special guest. Circle No. 1 fnet witfh Mrs. W. H. Clayton, 1119 West Gandy street with Mrs. Kenneth Snyder Miss Helen Sammons. Refreshments were s...

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