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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 July 1937

MBVMMMtUK.: J, <]JSi m I 1' WEA1 HLK DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy; Wednesday, probably somewhat cooler. r THE DEI PRESS Representative United Press and International News Service. 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 6th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 12 Earhart Believed Lost At Sea; No Flares Seen Twenty-Four Hours Elapse Without Word Fear Flares Seen Were Mere Shooting Stars Ships Con- tinue Wide Search For Missing Aviatrix, Pilot Japs Order Ships To Sea Rescue Boat Low on Fuel; U. S. Vessel Rushes to Scene Wth Fresh Supply HONOLULU—What was believ- ed to have been flares from the plane of Amelia Earhart and her companion in waters off Howland Island, may have been nothing but shooting stars, it is now feared, as nothing definite has been heard from the two in twenty-four hours. Hopes for a rescue are not so bright Tuesday morning. When the first meteor was seen, rescuers radioed, "We can see your flares." No word was re- ceived in retu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 July 1937

PAGE TW o the denison press Katabllshed tn HSO Toiephone No. *00 lasued Dally l&xcept Sunday Sintered as Second riaea Matter June IS, 1M®. it the post office at n-nleon, Texa. under the act r ilaich *, 187k. Dedicated to c!eau and responsive coverument: U. individual ana eivio Integrity; to Individual and civic eommerolal pnoaresa SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week - to One Month 18o Three Months (In advance) TBc Six Month* (In advance) (1.80 One Tear (In advance) $3.00 THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, JULY 6lh, 1937 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denleon Press will be rl>ven advertisers deelrlng blind addresses. OHAHOE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed lc their own name and upou • grteln* to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after SO days from date of first insertion. TLOS1NO HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denlsoe Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect insertion. O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 July 1937

TU~:DA7, JULY 0'tli, 1CC7 COURTS FIFTEENTH D1ST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE 1 New Suits Filed I F. G. Caskoy vs. Southland Life Insurance company et al, dam- ages. Naomi Hayes v. Cieve Hayes, divorce. 1 Edith Pate vs. L. T. Pate, di- vorce. 1 Louisa. Hawkins vs. Joseph Hawkins, divorce. I Francis Walls vs. Roscoe Walls, divorce. Cases Disposed i Hattie Belle Stanford, by next friend, vs. Bert Stanford, atmul- men of marriage granted. TTTE DFNTPON PRESS PAGE THREL GRAYSON COUNTY COUR'l JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Appearance Docket I Spearman Webb and Paul Re- vere Fire Insurance company, N. Y., vs. Calrman Karchmer, dam- age suit. 1 Vanderbilt Advertising com- pany, Inc., vs. F. P. 'Ramsey, suit on debt. Appealed from justice court. Augustus D. Everette, applica- tion to retail beer at 413 East Brockett. Cases Disposed The following cases have been disposed: 1 J. W. Gross, sealing a watch. Upon plea of guilty in open court defendant fined $1 and cost. LaVeme Green, theft. Upon plea of guilty i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 July 1937

PAUL FOUK THE DEN ISON PRESS SOCIETY NOTES Engaged Couple Dinner Honorees Mrs. Bobbie Allen and her fi- ance William Mitchell of Denison, were complimented with a buf- fet supper last Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weideman, 1109 East Houston street, Sherman. Hos- tesses were 'Mrs. Weideman and Mrs. K. P. Laurence of Chicago. They were assisted in entertain- ment by Dr. Mary Laurence an! Mrs. E. L. Reece. The home was attractively decorated with pink zinnias and bluebells. The refectory table was covered with a lace cloth over which was plated a design !' adc from tiny satir ribbon of vastel tones. The centerpiece was bridal figurines on reflector sur- rounded with small crystal bell* which served as favors. During after dinner smokes Egyptian am- ber cigarettes were passed. The evening's entertainment was showing of amateur movies taken by Dr. and Mrs. Laurence on their recent trip to the Orien) and Mediterranean. Guests at the dinner were 'Mrs. Zelia Whitney...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 July 1937

ro- In- ;ho at ed efl na~ I ti I'HS ids re :ht. dy Ion nor ck- it* WbAlHLK DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy; Wednesday, probably somewhat cooler. THE DENISON I I 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, Wednesday, July 7th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 13 Ford Plant March Call Off Today Organizer Says Statement Will Be Issued By Him Sometime Today; Special Guard at Gates to Prevent Any Further Bloodshed DETROIT, Mich.—Members of the United Automobile works of America who had planned to ap- pear at the gates of the Ford Motor company early today, fail- ed to appear on schedule time. Later an announcement was DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO ByDUL.CE MURRAY • • July 7, 1875 Quite a large number remained in the city after night and took part in the dance. The platform was brilliantly lighted. The *open air dance, gotten up as compli- mentary to a large party of young ladies and gentlemen. Theyi will come over in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 July 1937

12 PAGE TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS Retafcltshed In 1*30 Telephone No. WO luufd Dally E«ceyt Sunday Entered as Becond Cut Matter June IS. 1988, it the jhjsi Ulee at Denison, Tela, uuder til* act •f Maiei) . 187#. Dedicated to c'«aa aati responsive government; to individual and eivio lute«rlty; to Individual and civic commercial poocrets. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Una Week — to One Month Mo Three Months (In advance) TSc Six Months (In advance) (1.S0 One Tear (In advance) IS.Oo THE DENISON PRESS Wednesday, July 7th, 19o7 BOX NU11BKRS. Care Donlaon Pre.-1 will be *lven advertisers desiring blind addreases. OHAHUE ACCOUNTS are acceptably from persona having telephone lUted la their own name and upoti agreeing to remit a hen bill la present <*1. 10 par cent wUl be added on unpaid private accounts after M Joys from date of first Insertion. rLOfllNQ HOUR: Copy reoelved by I a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Den I sod Press will not be responsible for more than one lnoorrect Insertion....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 July 1937

Wednesday, July 7th, 1D37 TIIE DENISON P3BSS PAGE THREE, m COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CAHTEtt, JUDGE Case* Disposed | Verneva Jones vs. L. H. Jones, divorce granted and plaintiffs former name, Verneva S'anford restored upon payment of^court costs. i Wilma White vs. William White, divorce granted #nd cus- tody of minor child awarded plaintiff. i R. L. Templeton et al vs. Ed Steagall et al, partition. Court finds property incapable of parti- tion in kind and J. W. Blassin- game appointed receiver to sell property and report to court. I W. E. Karmon vs. B. Hilton et al, damages. Judgment by agree- ment. Jack Michenger, minor, by next friend, vs. C. I. Manley, damages. Dismissed on motion of plaintiff. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Complaints Filed i W. K. Earnhart of Denison, charged with possession of un- stamped liquor. Beer Docket I H. E. Vincent, application granted to transfer license from H. C. Henley and retail beer at Denison. Appearance Docket Claud Odom vs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 July 1937

PAGE F" I THE DENiSON PRESS Wednesday, July 7th, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Business Women Convene T uesday 'Miss Eva Bond was featured in a report of the recent state con- vention of Business and Profes- sional Women's clubs, Tuesday nigTit at a meeting of the local club at Hotel Denison. Miss Bond was official delegate to the meet- ing. Mrs. L. T. Kretsinger was in her position as president. Definite benefits will be derived from activities growing out of the report and sponsored by the local club. The group voted to en-dorse Miss Grace Fitzgerald and the state convention in their efforts to secure repeal of Sec- tion 213 of the National Economy Act, which as now stands provides for dismissal of either husband or wife where both are employed by the federal government, and usually discriminates against th wife. Necessary legislation and con- stitutional amendment in order to permit of service by women on juries in Texas was also en-i| dorsed. Among ideas suggested at the convention is that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 July 1937

0 WEATHLK DENISON AND VICINITY ( Scattered Thundershowerg I Thursday. Fri. Partly Cloudy Representative United Press and International News Service. 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930 —DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 14 Mercury Drops In North Texas Lower temperature and prob- able showers were prcdcited for Denison and vicinity today and Friday, breaking the heat wave existing the past few weeks that skyrocketed the mercury well above the 100 degree mark sev- eral times. The heat wave broke early Wednesday evening when the Kingston thermometer showed a decrease in temperature of sever- al degrees in a short period when rain threatened. In mid-afternoon Wednesday the mercury fell to slightly above the 100 degree mark, falling continuously until early today when only 82 degrees were registered, going back to the 80 degree mark at 10 a. m today. I J « Temperatures throughout the state were lower due to rain or threatening rain, reports ind...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 July 1937

AGE TWQ THE DENISON PKESS THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1937 THE DfcNiSUN f Kl^SS Established *n 1ISV Telephone No. MO Issued DaUy ttxuept Sunday >r more other groups, who may disagree as to methods of carrying on, then it is perfectly fair that still other classified groups should have the same right. But the question is, how can the Fed- Jf' eral arm stand back of any single group unless it be the majority of all the people? f .f/n .... filtered a* Seoond Plan Matter June IS, 1936, it Hit pom ufflco ai Denison. Ten. under tba act lit Mai oh «, 187®. uodicau-d to c eaj Mid r. por«tv- government; «pixe Federal government is not here to pro to Individual and eivlo Integrity; to Individual and civic commercial progress. I SUBSCRIPTION RATEB One Week «.>•••••••••••••••• • ,•••.. • One Month • • • I Three Months (In advance) Hix Montha (In advance) One Tear (In advance) - tc . Sfta . T6o <1.50 11-00 •••••••• tect a Lewis group or an A. F. of L. group. It is the friend of all the people and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 July 1937

THUCuDAY, JULY 8, 1537 TKE PFN7?ON mom w&j ' fi , if. n , r >>• COURTS ] UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRYANT, JUDGE ' New Suits Filed ( Standard Accident Insurance company vs. J. Calhoun Dennis. IA Michigan corporation with an office at Dallas, the insurance company is appealing from a decision of the industrial acci- dent board of Julie 9 in which J. Calhoun Dennis, an employee of the Kenwanee Oil and Gas com- pany, was awarded $16.09 per week for an indefinite time lor in- jur iesy allegedly suffered in Cooke county on Feb. 20. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE 1 Grand Jury To Meet V The grrand jury is to convene Monday, it has been unnouncea at the district attorney's office. New Suit! Filed ' Flora Smallwood vs. M. L. (Leon) Smallwood, divorce and injunction. * T. W. Howell vs. Orah Howell, divorce. Civil Ca*et ' D. H. Hamilton vs. C. W. Bled- soe, receivership. Defendant's gen- eral demurrer and all special ex- ceptions overrued, to which de- fendant excepts. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 July 1937

PAGE FOLK THE Dt cniso* N PRESS thursday, july 8, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES War Buddies TH E P BESS SNAPSHOTS DAUGHTER OF PROMINENT BONHAM COUPLE MARRIES IN WEDNESDAY CEREMONY BONHAM—The marriage of Miss Margaret Anne Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Albert Taylor, Bonham, to Rea Kan Nelson Taylor, Kilgore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Byron Tay- lor, Pinehill, took place Wednes- day evening at tin Trinity Epis- copal church. Mrs. Taylor, mo- ther of the bride, is well known throughout Texas as president of the Texas Congress of Parent- Teacher Associations. The Rev. Norman R. Alter performed the wedding ceremony, The prenuptial and wedding mus- ic was given by Miss May Carle ton, organist; Miss Bess Saunders violinist, and Mrs. Richard Saun- ders and Mrs. Joe B. Lowry, vo- calists. 1 i I ' Miss Elizabeth Kn'ght, Hills- boro, and Miss Sally Russell Bonham, attended the bride as maids of honor. The matron of honor was Mrs. George Allan Car- ver, Port Sam Houston, and the bridesmaids wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 July 1937

WEA1HLK DENISON AND VICINITY ' Scattered Thundershowerg I Thursday. Fri. Partly Cloudy THE DENISON PRESS 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 9th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 15 m KRAFT BACKS MOVE IN INTEREST OF CITY "The Kraft-Phenix corporation would be delighted to lend every- thing it could to the proposed idea as printed in the Denison Press and which we understand is generally shared hy Denison -• .. 1 DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • • July 9, 1875 \ Oo. G., 24th U. S. Infantry, passed through our streets Wed- nesday in fine style. The soldiers wore their dress uniforms and white gloves, with arms and oc- couterments in splendid condition. The music of the fife and drum reminded one forcibly of the days when "Johnny went to live in a tent" and was "grafted" into the army. Two cattle trains left here Tuesday and when near Muskogee the rear train tried to accompli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 July 1937

PAGE TWO TJ1E DENISON i'KESS 1m t t\ • v ail <KlDAl, juui i wi, THE DENISON PRESS (Established tn 19 3d Telephone No. 100 Issued Dally Except Sunday 18 VD. cund CUise Matter June IS. 1*16, at Denison Teitt. under the act to Dedicated to clean and rispor sl ve foverniuent; individual and aivie intercity; to Individual anil civic ooraiiieicial progress. SUBSCRIPTION RATK8 One Week — One Month * Three Months (In advance) T5c SI* Months (In advance) 160 Ore Tear (In advance) 18-00 UOX NUMBKItB. Care Deniaon Pre** will be *lven advertisers desiring blind addresses CHAllGli ACCOUNTS are acceptable Irom peraona having ie ephono listed Is their own name and upufi agreeing to remit when bill la present!*!. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private a< count* after 10 daya from date of first insertion. )LOSlNQ UOUB: Copy received b> a. m. will b' published the same day. EKRORB The Denison Press will no:, be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT OF-TOWN ORDERS for st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 July 1937

FRIDAY, JULY <?'.!■. ■ M7 COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE : New Suit* Filed I Wilburn Hall vs. Myrtle Hall, divorce. I Roonie Rogers vs. William H. ^Rodger*, divorce. Motion Docket I C. C. Lane vs. Texas Employ- ers' Insurance association, com- pensation suit. Defendant's mo- tion for addition finding of fact. Marriage Licenses 1 Augustus W. Roberaon and Ora C. Burnett, Sherman. W. N. Donelson and Eloise Ileath. „ J. B. Vawter and Mamie Roas, Sherman. " *■ * • * THE DRNTPON PPE3S PAGE THREE Realty Transfer* T. M. Y. Fleming et ux to L. A. Bradley et al, 102.02 acres in J. s. Thompson survey; (2,000 ana other considerations, May 26, 1987. ' E. W. Hilburn to Mrs. 'Myrtle Hilblirn, half intere8t in lot 7 block 3, G. W. Bond's first ad- dition. Sherman; $1, July 25, 1034. 1 Mrs. Lizzie Thompson et al to Mrs. J. H. Brooks, 402.23 acrea in Henry Stewart aurvey; $1, March 13, 1037. T. S. Mayden et al to Mrs. J. H. Brooks, 402.23 acres in Henry Stewart aurvey; $1, March ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 July 1937

page foi SOCIETY NOTES WAR HERO THE DENISON PRESS Comes In Westerner FRIDAY, JULY 9th, 1937 WHITESBORO TEACHER MARRIED COFFMAN GIRL. two years. He and Mrs. Davw, IN JUNE NUPTIAL VOWS ; e now sisitffiK Denton relatives | WJ1ITESBORO — Announce- before assuming his new post, ment is made o.f the marriage of j|r. Davis is the son of Mrs. W. P. . Miss Mattie Lou Weems of Coif-! Davis, 1028 W. Nelson. Mrs. ,, man and D. K. Pettit of Corn- Davis is tho former, Miss Martian manche at the Methodist parson- age at Ennis June 30, with the Rev. R. S. Bridges reading the ring ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Oma Wee ri* of Coffman and the groom is a son of Mr. and Mis. P. A. Pettit of Commanche. Mr. and Mrs. Pettit have moved here and are located at the Gar- vin apartments on East Main. 'Mr. Pettit is the" new vocational agri- cultural teacher for the Whiesboro high school and assumed his dti ties this -week. • PRESBYTERIAN BIBLE SCHOOL TO CLOSE WITH PROGRAM THIS EVENING The daily vaca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 July 1937

WEATHER DEN1SON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy Saturday and Sunday, continued warm THE DENISON PRESS Representative United Press and International News Service. 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1937 i Reds Die In Attack On Capital City Hundred Bombing Planes, and , One Hundred and Fifty Persuit Planes Join In Fight in Madrid Drive 30,000 Exposed To Terrific Fire General Francisco Leads in Most Concerted Drive of Present Spanish Strife WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 • '^7 PARIS—In a terrific attack from the air in which 100 bomb- ing planes, followed by 150 pur- suit planes with machine guns took part and more than 30,000 men were in action, one of the most determined efforts ever un- dertaken by General Franco was made over Madrid, reports this morning indicate. How many were killed and wounded is not definitely known, but more than 30,000 were ex posed to the most terrific fire from the skies, the report indi cates. First reports say that 6,000 were w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 July 1937

PAGE TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS Fst&bllahed In ItSO Telephone No. 10# luutd Pally Except Sunday Entered aa Second Class Matter June S3, 1936, it the post office at Denison, Tex*. under tbe act r March a, 187 . Dedicated to clean and respoustve government; to Individual and eivlo Integrity; to Individual and civic commercial progress. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week • fo One Month ltd Three Months (in advance) 75c Blx Months (In advance) $1.60 One Tear (In advance) $3.00 THE DENISON i'HESS liOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Pren will be given advertisers desiring blind address . OHAilUK ACCOUNTS are acceptab e from persona having telephone listed 1c their own nam* and upon agreeing to remit when bill is preseoiojl, 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* after >0 dars from date of firet insertion. JLOSINQ HOUR: Copy received by a. m. will bi> published the same day. ERRORS The Denlsoc Press will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. OUT OF-TOWN ORDERS for st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 July 1937

© « # ' SATURDAY, JULY 10, 19G7 COURTS FIFTEENTH D1ST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed I Imogene Rristow vs. E. V- Briatow, divorce. I Avery Barron vs. Luella Bar- iron, divorce. Cum DUpoied [' Pinkie Brigham vs. John Brig- ham, divorce granted. ' Viola Black vs. James H. Black, divorce granted and plain- tiff's former name, Viola Fisher, restored. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Complaint* Filed Paul Mcllwain of Denison, charged with two cases of swind lng. THE DENISON PRESS Beer Docket ' Augustus D. Everett, applica- tion granted for license to retail beer at 413 East Brockett. Realty Transfers ' Mrs. J. C. Waldrop to the Fed- eral Lan3 bank of Houston, 80 acres in Eli .JoneB survey; $1,400, une 10, 1937. State of Texas to ohn S'. Thomp. son, 914' acres adajcent to A S. H. Keyes et ux to Barrett Horton survey; May 20, 1842. Brown et ux, 106 acres in S. A. Long survey; $2,258, July 3. 1937. Guranty Building and Loan as- sociation to . H. Crabtrce et ux, west 23 fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 July 1937

PAGE FOl SOCIETY NOTES THE DEN ISO N PRESS SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1937 qwSNAPSHOT CU1L SERMON TO VACATIONERS With Nelson Eddy Reunion Will Be Held By Church A reunion will be held Sunrtay at the Armstrong Avenue Churcr of Christ as former members fror. surrounding towns join with the local congregation and friends ]u an all-d«y meeting. Featured on the program will be the farewell address of Evan- gelistic Paul Southern, ministei for ifhe past three years; the in- troduction of his successor, Evan- gelist Basil Shilling of Madill, Okla.; and the burning of all notes against the church building in celebration of the property's freedom from debt. Among the speakers who will join with Mr. Southern and Mr Shilling in the special home-com- ing program at 2:30 p. m. art; Thos. E. Milholland of Plectra, minister of the Armstrong Avenue Church when the present building was erected in 1919, and J. A. Dickey, minister of the HubeJ" Hall Church of Christ in I)alla3, who preached for the local con ...

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