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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 November 1938

' WEATHER DErftSON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy today cooler Thursday THE DENISON P A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER O F THE UNITED PRESS DENISON. TEXAS WEDNES., NOV. 16th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 115 South America Greets FRCall With Cautiousness Two Dead From Rail Accident Two are dead and two injured today following a car-train acci- dent on the Baer's Ferry road, two miles north of Denison early Everyday DF.NISON By LOUIS ANDERSON The Okla. City U. dean of wom- en has written a book of don'ts for college students. One was Don't ignore the alumnus who has returned for a good time. Help him along . . . She didn't add. "He's always good- for a case" ... In parts of Kansas the farmers actually run their jack- rabbite down—and catch them in nets . . . Tom Conley, captain of the last Knute Rockne team at Notre Dame, does not use the famous system of his coach be- cause there is a changing trend in the game . . . That's the trouble with many coaches—they co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 November 1938

PAG* TWO THE DEN1S0N PRESS Kst-ablished in 1930 Telephone No. S00 Office of Publication at 607 West = • , . ' ... . " ~ "* THE DENISON PRESS T J- "r «r WEDNES., NOV. 16th, 1938 Issued Daily Except Sunday the important conference in Lima, Peru, and sending Alfred M. Landon, his former opponent for the presidential office, and Miss Kathryn Lewis, daughter of John Lewis, as delegates to that highly impor- tant meeting. The recent election, it will be recalled, sent more than fifteen Republicans back into the governor's chair. This is more significant in Washington than the gains Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual aHd civic integrity; to individual ani civic commercial progress. _ *•** «! ul„u Application for entry as second-class matter is " " «•■ «*—o •< « made by GOP candidates in the upper and pending. , lower house. Many will wonder if Mr. Landon will SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week — One Month ... Three Months Six Months One Ysar 35°"take the sop thrown \ow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 November 1938

WEDNES., NOV. 16th ,1938 * DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE i.URRAV THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREE night. He was a stranger and had given it notice to quit. A party | Crawford street while dipping wa- : evidently been sick. It is the im- of "moral ideas" ought to have ter from an old cistern was let ' pression of those who saw him nicer notions of the ownership of, partially through the platform November 16, 1376 A young man who had engaged a room at the Grand Southern the night before, died very suddenly early yesterday morning. He was discovered lying in the hall up- stairs, unconscious, and was taken into the room room adjoining the saloon and placed in a chair near the stove. He acted so strangely yesterday morning that he died property. from the effects of a congestive. November 16, 1888 chill. From papers on his person; Lizzie Gilmor, sister-in-law of it was learned that he was from H. Land late city editor of the New York. He was buried at the Gazetteer, died "Monday morning...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 November 1938

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS WEDNES., NOV. SOCIETY NOTES phone Your Society N«ws to Phone S00 Please HOLIDAY DECORATIONS AND FALL PLANTING STUDIED BY GARDEN CLUB Traveler of the 'Air* Ways Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. 1 E. Miller, 817 W. Bond, eighty members of the Denison Garden Club assembled for their regular monthly meeting. Reports were read, Christmas decorations (I. cussed and a renewed pledge taken by all the ward chairman to continue tihe beautification pro- gram which is the major project of the club. Projects Mrs. T. J. Long, a member of tv > Forest Park committee gave a report on the planting of four different kinds of grasses, which ' ■> ! been donated by Mrs. .T. N- Mi'ler, in the park. The Munici- pal houlevard chairman, Mrs Grover Meador advised the clut r the condition of the rose beds «" M in -nd Woodard streets and renorted the loss of several plants wH-h will be replaced, through the cooperation of "the club and her committees. .Tnnnie Jackson talke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 November 1938

t V WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy and warm today and Friday THE DENISON PRE A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 116 Trade Treaty Signed Today By Britain-U.S. President Roosevelt to See Signing of Docu- % ment in White House This Afternoon; The Agreement Is Disappointing To Number WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 (UP) t Canadian Prime Minister Mac- —The United States signs politi- cally important trade agreements with its two biggest customers— the United Kingdom and Canada— today. Everyday DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON The Press yesterday carried a cut and story from a fellow pass- ing through, who, instead of thanking us for everything (that didn't cost him a cent) he raised billy because it wasn't written ex- actly as he wanted it . . . The next time an itenerant comes through that even looks like the guy, he can go his way without this correspondent's aid . . . As a usual thing,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 November 1938

PAW - .70 THE DENISON PRESS 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 governments to individual aHd civic integrity; to individual am civic commercial progress. Application for entry as second-class matter is pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week - 10c One Month 85t. Three Months (in advance) 90s Six Months (in advance) 11.73 One Year (in advance) $3.BO BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Pr ss will be given advertii-ers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person' having telephone listed in their own name and up-' on agreeing to remit when bill ifl presented.. 10 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 if brought to the attentio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 November 1938

THURSDAY, KOV. 17, 1938 THE DENISON PR&3S PAGE DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE i.URRAY November 17, 1876 Married: In Sherman, Thursday, November 16th, at the residence of Rev. J. G. Flacker, I.C. Waples and'Miss Lillie M. Grubbs, daugh- ter of Maj. R. M. Grubbs, both of this city, Rev. Fackler perform- ing the ceremony. The happy couple, accompanied by W. H. Hammeman and Mi 3 Lizzie Leeper, took carriages early in the morning and drove over to our neighboring town where the connubial knot was tied about noon. The groom and his bride took the 3 o'clock train for Gal- veston, where they will enjoy a brief honeymoon. They will reside in Denison. In consequence of the furnace having failed to warm the rooms, the public school has been closed 'till next Monday. The cause of the trouble has been discovered and mechanics are now at work i repairing the parts found defec- tive. The heating apparatus will jb'e in good order by Monday and l the rooms made comfortable, no matter how co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 November 1938

' " ■ - ■ PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1938 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society News to Phone 100 Please MISS JENNIE JACKSON ENTERTAINS WITH AFTERNOON TEA WEDNESDAY Entertaining with a covered dish luncheon Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Laura Bowling, 517 West W°°dard, the Heart and Hand Lodge, No. 5, Degree of Honor Protective association, com- The banquet room of the Ho- berg. Pleted Plan^ for f*®1* annual tel Denison was the scene Wed- jn the receiving line were Miss Christmas dinner which will be nesday afternoon of one of the Jackson, Mrs. W. P. Crawford, held December 13 in the Main loveliest parties of the fall seas- Mrs. J. W. Haden, Mrs. J. E. street club rooms Heart And Hand Lodge Luncheon on, when Miss Jennie Jackson Whitworth, Mrs. Fannie Johnson, entertained with a seated tea, Mrs. Carrie Alderson, all of Bon- featuring a fine arts program ham; Mrs. Charles H. Jones, Mrs. In connection with the dinner party, the regular business ses- sion and initiation ser...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 November 1938

m WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy, colder today and Friday THE DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOV. 18th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1980—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 117 Germany Orders Ambassador to Return Home Great Britain and U.S. « Join; Pact InSA Sought Financiers Feared Depress- ion of English Pound to Follow in Wake of Treaty WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 (UP) —Great Britain and the United States joined today in a world trade axis on the basis of interna- tional commercial concessions among 20 nations. The United States now is expected to extend trade reciprocity farther into South America. Great Britain joined the wol-ld reciprocal circle yesterday by signing a trade agreement with the United States. Canada sim- ultaneously signed a revision of a three year old reciprocal trade treaty with this country. (American wheat, corn and fruit grower appear to have made the outstanding gains from the Brit- ish treaty. The corn be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 November 1938

PAc- - 70 THE DEITC80N PRESS FRIDAY, NOV. 18th, 1088 THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic integrity; to individual ant civic commercial projfress. Application for entry as second-class matter is pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week .... One Month ... Three Months Six Months One Year (in advance) "sr73| found, and there is enough productive soil to feed the entire world population several times over. Here is deposited more rich ores, coal, oil, minerals and other resources than may be found in all the rest of the world. Let us not think that the covetous eyes of men possessed with an ambition to take what they want and explain about it later have not laid sinister plans to rob this rich treas- ure house. As we see it, steps take by President Roosevelt in this direction are far-seeing and should receive the commendation of all of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 November 1938

© FRIDAY, NOV. 18th, 1938 DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE L.URRA.Y iTiii-Uli- THE DENISON PRfiSSg PAGE UttJM November 18, 1878 D. A: Nance, of Denton, one of the heaviest shippers from this point, arrived in town yesterday with a larpre herd for the northern market. He reports a tremendous tide of immigration coming into and fast settling up nearly all of the counties west of here and forc- ing stockmen to move still further west. A special dispatch to the St. Louis Republican, from New Or- leans, says the Republican plan is now, through the returning board, been settled, business in the city has revived materially. The pay- ment of bets consisting of hats, boots, suits of clothes, overcoats being an important factor in bring- ing about that result. O'Dair and McConnell placed an automatic chocolate dispenser in front of their store this morning. You (drop a nickle into it and re- ceive a package of chocolate in return. One boy tried to palm off a lead nickle on the automa- ton ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 November 1938

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, NOV. 18, 1938 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society Nawi to Phone 100 Please St. Xavier's Dinner Decided Success Dorcas Class Enjoys Turkey Dinner Thursday Hyde Park Club Elects The annual Thanksgiving din- ner "given by the St. Patrick's and St. Joseph's Catholic churches at the St. Xavier's academy Thurs- day night was pronounced the successful in recent years. w I Eight hundred and forty people were served during the hours Jackets St. Meet Joseph's Denison high school Yellow Jackets took their final workout The Hyde Park Home Demon- jrom g to 9 by the women of of the season for a home game startion club met at the home of , the two churches. Thursday afternoon as they pre- Mother Ferdinand was general pared for St. Josephs academy of chairman of the affair, ably as- Dallas here Friday night at 7:30. — " While many Denison fans be- Mrs. D. F. Armistead was Mrs. L. S. (Smith Thursday after- hostess Thursday to the members n0on. Mrs. George Blankenahip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 November 1938

9) WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today and Sunday THE DENISON PRESS MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS SIX PAGES TODAY DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 • ; - 3 A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month VOL. 5—NO. 118 Americanism Is Flayed By German Press 1 I * FURTHER CABINET CHANGES BY ROOSEVELT ARE UNLIKELY TODAY * Hopkins Denies He Intends Quit His WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 (UP) would remain unchanged for sev- —Despite reports of further chan- eral months. ges in the cabinet, sources close toj This was learned as President the president said today that it Roosevelt prepared to leave to- morrow for a two week vacation To Job Everytlav DENISON B> LOUIS ANDERSON £ ... £ at Warm Springs, Ga., without naming a successor to Attorney General Homer Cummings whose resignation as of Jan 1 had been accepted. Friends of the president insis- ted that no changes were impend.. (g| #!) ing in other key government posts. Billy Rose, one of the most Harry Hopkins,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 November 1938

V THE DEN1S0N PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government co individual and civic integrity; to individual anc civic commercial progress. Application for entry as second-class matter is pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week —.. 10' One Month —— 85' Three Months (in advance) 90i- Six Months (in advance) H.7& One Year (in advance) $3.61 BOX VUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be given advertii-ers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person having telephone listed in their own name and up- on asjreeing to remit when bill is presented.. 1< per cent will be added on unpaid private account after 30 day® 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 t-baracter or reputation of any persona will be (Tiddly corrected if brought to the attention of the publis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 November 1938

SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 1938 THE DENISON PRE3S If tit | HI B I Ml <* W fi 1 fS#«o—CJerman passenger and freight ship Vancouver, sunk in Oakland estuary at San Fran- ^o.aftera mysterious blast ripped a gaping hole in her bow. Had the explosion occurred a few minutes later, the ship, carrying seven passengers and a crew of 54. would have reached deep water. ;(°„n(?,.WireAbe?i?n & determine the cause of the blast. Four of the engine rccm crew were reported Injured. Another 30 passengers waited to go aboard at San Franciscq. ■HI W1 WOULD-BE COP—Prince Cha- lerinbol of Siam, who arrived in New York, recently, for a three- months visit to study police methods, organization and crime detection in New York, Chicago, Ban Francisco and Washington. I graduate of Eton College, England, he is first cousin of the King Ananda Mahidol. He is special crime investigator in the capital city of Bangkok. «• DELEGATE—Alfred M. Landon, former Governor of Kansas and Republican Presidential candi- date in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 November 1938

PAGE FOUR THE DEIniSON PRESS SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 1938 ■ v \ . . . • V . IHES%; vmrapit iron APvRTr,A—Ttallan colonization plans envisage moving to Libya, North terri- to?' Suhund™^h^and more Sns above the 60*000 already there About 1.000 families already have been selected and here are some of them embarking at Genoa for their new homes. Homes will be in agricultural communities with modern houses and equipment. 'Navy Center—Alfred "Mike" Wallace, dives on a loose ball during practice. :C ;,"1f |Ih M ■\i,y -iv < V-r^ Uhrnti Is «•* * AT BAY—Wild boar hunting has become a new sport in the mountainous region of Eastern Tennessee and here is a boar at bay. Dogs of a breed called plotts are used to track the boars and keep the animals covered until the hunters arrive. However, the animals have long, sharp tusks and inflict vicious slashes if the dogs are not watchful. Note the dog facing the boar. "Most Beautiiul Cars." say artists. "Best performers," say engineers. Both are rightl 193...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 November 1938

h s SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 1938 fttE DENISON PRE59S pa/5£ OTHER EDITOR'S THOUGHTS WHERE DOES THE RELIEF m PROGRAM END? Speaking before the Greenville Rotary Club Wednesday, County Judge 0. C. Muikey declared that the number of those on relief rolls in the county already exceeded the number last year, even though the worst months of the year had not been reached. What has become of the lend- ihg-spending program that was to create new jobs and relieve Became Succssful Actor lAfter Losing His Fortune Samuel S. Hinds, featured at the Rialto theatre iSunday and Monday, in Frank Capra's "You ■igan't Take It With You," has ' ,^en made an honorary life mem- ber of the Pasadena Playhouse Association. Mr. Hinds, formerly a millionaire attorney of Pasa- dena, helped found the Pasadena Community Theatre in 19X6. When his fortune was swept away by the 1929 market crash. Hinds became a screen actor. Hind's life story, under the title "No Red Carpet," is soon to be publihed in both lAmerica and Engla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 November 1938

PAGE SIX THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY,NOV. 19,J.938 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N«wg to Phone 100 Please Hon. Sam Rayburn Will Speak on Church Anniversary Program Congressman iSam Rayburn will be the principal speaker at tho Sunday morning service of the South Side Christian church which will mark the thirty sec- ond anniversary of the institu- tion. "Loyalty," will be the subject of Mr. Rayburn's talk. He will be met at Bells by the Thirty Sixth ISignal company, commanded by Bcaptain Howell Nolte, and es- corted to the church where he will be received by the Blue Bird Drum and Bugle Corps. The members of the Corps are the little toti of the Blue Bird Kin- dergarten, directed by Mrs. G. C. Minoi, wife of the pastor of the church. Seated on the platform during the services will be Judge J. J- Loy, the county commissioners B. S. Vaughn and Mr. Flannery. Representatives I. E. Wagner, or Clarence Scott, I. E. Gross of Greenville and several others. 1 following 'Mr. Raburns's ad- dres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 November 1938

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Increasing cloudiness und colder THE' DENISON PEE A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month L.. . — , r ~l MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, NOV. 21at, 1938 Nazi Relations Strained WEEKLY FOUNDED 1980-DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 119 Catholic Church \ % ft World to Watch Lima Conference (Copyright 1938 by United Press) previous meeting of the American LONDON, Nov. 21—The com- ing Pan-American conference at Lima will be watched more closely by European diplomats than any & Everyday DENISON LOUIS ©■ ANDERSON' Congratulations to those moth- ers and teachers of the high school PTA who worked so hard to make the Munson field conces- sions a success for the sake of charity here. Whether you know it or not, three-fourths of the money you spent at the half time period of a football game at the stand in the rear of the west stadium, will be used for charit- able purposes in Denison. One- fourth of the money is kept in the PTA fund for incidental ex- penses ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 November 1938

PA< fO THE DENEBON PRESS MONDAY, NOV. 21st, 1938 THE DEN1SON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. SOfl Of lice of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive governmen : to individual and civic integrity; to individual an civic commercial progress. Application for entry aa second-class matter is pending. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week 10 One Month - — 8f> Three Months (in advance) 9M • Six Months (in advance) SI.7' One Year (in advance) — $3.6' BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE YCCOUNTS are acceptable from per on having telephone listed in their own name and ui on aisreeing to remit when bill is presented.. 1' per cent will be added on unpaid private accoun- after 30 day? 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 jfcaracter or reputation of any persons will h gladly corrected...

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