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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today and Thursday Tun? i!_ MJtL A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER CUF THE UNITED PR E S S DENISON, TEXAS WED., DEC. 7th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 132 Anti French Demonstrations Flare Anew Woman 1 Poisoner To Chair! Hahn, Who Made a Business Or Poisoning Old Men for Their Money, To Be Ex eiuted in O.iio Tonight Son Visits Her For Last Time Governor Again Declines Tc Intervene in Behalf of Mass Murderess Today Last Rites Are Held For Popular Queen * & COLUMBUS, 'O., Dec. 7 (UP)- Anna Marie Hahn, who made a business of poisoning old men fo> their money, will be executed in the e.ectric chair tonight. Her 12-year-old son, Oscar, wa ted in a hotel for his last trip to the Ohio state penitentiary and . his last visit with his mother. He discussed model airplanes with re- porters and didn't seem to have a care .n the world. Apparently he did not appreciate the finality of his mother's engagement for 8 p. m. ...

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

PAGE TWO THE DENT80N PRESS WED., DEC. 7th, 1938 I i 1 I I I THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No JOn Office of Publication at 607 West Main <W Isouetl Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive governments to individual and civic integrity; to individual an. civic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing as authorized second-class matte National advertisins renresen'ative Inland News piper Representative, Inc., Wrigley Building, Chi cago. 111. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week One Month Three Months (in advance) Six Months (in advance) One Vo«T "n Six Months Bv Mail (in advance Ore Year By Mail (inadvance (Within Zone 1) lo- ss.. liberty of the individual and the right to pursue happiness, even though there are numerous minority groups among us, as a matter of fact most of us have not sounded the depths of what it means to enjoy this country and its native blessings and privi- leges. It is only when we are shocked by such things as are now going on in German...

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

WED., K- DEC. 7th, 1938 THE DENJSON PRESS PAGE TIIREk DEN1SON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO ,By DULCE MURRAY ■ I December 7, 1876 Several months ago, a woman named Fisher obtained a sew n? machine' of Mr. Southern, agen' for the Singer Manufacturing company, which she was to pay for in installments. Yesterday Mr. Southern learned the woman had left, taking the machine with her. He started n pursuit this morn- ing, overtook Mrs. Fisher's wagon six miles south of Sherman and secured his machine. He allowed the woman to go on her way, be- ing satisfied to recover his pro- perty. When Southen and a young man who went vrt th him as an assistant rode up to the wagon, a young man traveling with Mrs. Fisher, jumped onto a horse hurried'.y and soon disappeared in the tim- ber. A man who gave his name as Sullivan was detected appropriat- ing several small articles in Mc- Donald's auction store last night and stuffing them into his pock- e's. George Woodlief charged hJm with the theft, which he de- lved ...

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

PAGE POUR THE DENISON PRESS WED., DEC. 7th, 1938 SOCIETY NOTES l-'hcne Your Society N#w to Phoue S00 Please MORNING COFFEE USHERS IN CHRISTMAS SEASON FOR DENISON STORY LEAGUE One of the .oveliest of the pre- Chmtmas entertainments in Dcm- son, was the filth annual mean- ing coiiee g.\en by tne member* ot the ue<nson Story .League i ues- j day morning at the 'home of Ml'S.j i'. ij. um, yio Vvest tfond. The tpac.ous living rooms ol, the Gill iiome were beautifully embe.lished with masses of la"ge white chrysanthemums; slender wh.te tapers, of varying sizes, burned in the center of a mound of silver t.pped pine needles and s.lvered pine 'bun's, on th dinmg taible which was covered with Ca- thedral linen and centered with a large reflector. The living room mantle held an inspiring and ef- fective arrangement of tiny fig- ures depicting the scene of the Nativity- I While coffee was being serve 1 from silver urns by Mrs. A. M. Brenneke and Mrs. Ewing El is. Mrs. Ralph Johnson, pianist,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 December 1938

''flft ■ WEATHER OENISON AND VICINITY Pair today and Friday rain threatened THE DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER CUF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THIERS., DEC. 8th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY" 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 133 Anti Demonstrations Are Protested €> m No-War Treaties No Good, U.S. Foreign Relation Experts Say When Deladier Stepped In The Fooling Was All Over There Has Weird Story KIDNAPED—Her clothing half torn from her body and hyster- ical and incoherent. Mary Brown, 18-year-old student at Notre Dame convent near Washington, staggered to her home at Oxon Hill. Md„ after she had been kidnaped for two days by three men in a truck. The men had brought her, blindfolded,' within a mile of her home. She was BARRICADE—Striking against decree laws lengthening the 40-hour week, more than 3.500 strikers barricaded themselves in the Renault automobile factory at Biilancourt. just outside of Paris, and rained spare parts and other missiles on police, who attem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 December 1938

7 — m DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publ cation G07 West Main l.-tsued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic integr ty; to individual and civic commercial progress. Accen'ance for mailing as second-class matter authorized. Nat onal advertising representative Inland News paper Representative, Inc., Wrigley Building, Chi cago, 111. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week 10c One Mon'h 35c Th 'ee Months (In advance) 90i Six Months (in advance) $1.75 One Year (in adva"cp> $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) $1 25 One Year by Ma 1 (in advance) $2.00 BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desuing blind addresses. - CBA RGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed n their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill is presented. 10 per cSnt will be added on uniaid r>rivate accounts after 30 days from date of first insert on. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 December 1938

— * THUIRS., DEC. 8tH, 1938 fc_ = 2S ; THE DENISON PRifiSS PAltf THTUBbi Q DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY -o December 8, 1876 A few days ago Marshal Patrick received a letter from Boone coun- ty, Mo., containing a photograph and description of a young man numer Stubbs, charged wi th steal- ing a span of horses and a car- riage in that county last October. Mr. Patrick recognized at once the man as a stranger who had been in our city a few days i i search of employment and yester- day evening arrested him. He is mmonDS The Gift that lives forever in her heart! At Rockwell'i you will find just what you want ... At a' price easily within your reach! Diamonds at Rockwell's are insured against loss, fire or theft. V Bridai Duet ALL matched! Yellow gold mountings. BOTH Your Credit is Good at Rockwell's Jewelry Store The Leading Jewelers J. G. Puckett AdolpH Johnson now in the cooler awaiting requisi- tion from the governor of Mis- souri. There is a reward of two of three hundre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 December 1938

-page fou* TUB DBN1BON PfUBI ■=— —~ — ■ ■ - ■— THURg., DEC. 8th", 1938 SOCIETY NOTES Phunv Your Society N«w> to Phone tO(> Please Newsers Beat Engineers 2-1 Recent Bride Jtionored With bnower Party Mrs. W. II. Hempkins, 1005 S. A)inui.rong, entertained Wednes- day after,,oon with a miscellar. eous slower, complimenting he- ddiUiiiLer-iii-.aw, Mrs. liiily Hemp- kins. The Ilempkins home was beau- tifully appo.nted with bowls of cut f.owcrs and decorations sug- ge.-tn e of the coining Christmas season were used in the entertain- ing looms Informal games provided diver- sion during the afternoon which was fol owed by a lovely refresh- ment plate. Those at:endirix the party were Mrs. Gordon Smith, Mrs. H. D. Shearer, Mrs. Margie Overby, Mrs. II A. Scoggin, Mrs. W. L. Bridges, Mrs. Frances Poulter, Mis« Emma Shearer, Mrs. Blank- enship. Mrs. Wallace, Miss Wy- betta GilliaVn, Miss Hazel Bierce Miss Ma.-y M-Kinney of Sherman, Mrs. Jac.'c Murphy, 'W. H. Hemp- kins, the Rev. and Mrs. Hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 December 1938

I" - 9: t . WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today and Saturday THE DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month |j|^| MEMBER aj THE UNITED PRESS BMflrAGES TODAY DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, DEC. 9th, 1938 WEEKLY~FQ i:D 1930^PAILY 1984 ~VOL. 5—NO. 184 Police Disperse Anti-French Demonstrators RE VISION OF FAR. EAST POLICY SEEN IN AMBASSADOR'S RECALl .m, > APPARENT CHANGES IN POLICY Midget Slayer Misses Chair International Situation Rea- ches Breaking jtoint After Japanese Defy Nine Pow* er Treaty on Integrity Military Action Is Fantastic Strained Relations Batweert Japan and U. S. Have Been Developing Along WASHINGTON, Doc. 9 (UP) — The unexpected recall for consul tation of the American ambassa- dor to China foreshadowed today a revision of far eastern po icy n an effort to frustrate complete Japanese dominance and control of trade with China. A delicate international situa- tion had been created by Japan's alleged violation of the new power treaty guaranteeing the ter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 December 1938

wfsfep. i Fa t if, f I BURIED LODGES YIELD ! ANCIENT INDIAN CULTURE I ALPINE, Tex. (UP)—Age-old secrets of brie Patarbuyeas, a primitive tribe of Indiana which farmed in the Rio Grande va-k-y when Cabeza de Vaca wandered over the Southwest, will be re- viewed in the excavation of an- cient Indian pithouaea near Pres- idio, Texas. Information on the tribe's cul- ture will be sought in an archyo- logical project under sponsorship of the School of American Ke- search of S'ante Fe. N. M., nnd ,Sul Ross State College in Alpine. Digging will be continued for two to three months under the leader- ship of J- Charles Kelley, curator of archaeology at Sul Rosa, who recently discovered the two pit* houses. iKelley believes the area con- tains much knowledge of the former occupants, whose descend- ants still live in mixed strain among the Mcxican population of Presidio. Bones of an infant, aihell beads, cloud blowers, prepared sections of pigment, and pottery shreds are among the artifacts alre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 December 1938

FRIDAY,_DEC. 9th, 1938 THE DENTSON PRESS to DENISON ^ 62-50-35 • YEARSAGO By DULCE MURRAY >• t r A ■ December 9, 1876 Cards are received in the city announcing the marriage of Dick Hopson of the Sherman Courier and Miss Mary PhilHns. also of Sherman. The seremoir,' was per- formed by Rev. Be« Suenc-.r, at the residence of the bride'* fafher. Mr. Pottiprre^ had what resem- bled an apoplectic fit yesterday about 1 o'clock. H'l w-is at wo*k in his shop on TJui'nett avenue, when he suddenly fell, his face sti kinp a sawiors>i in fr.->nt nf him. breaking- his nose, cu'tinp "*^eep pash and brui r.iij his eye. K ; lay insensib'e twenty minutes l)rs. Woods and Williams were stni for and the r st'.vt slift ned up 'lie nose and patched lp his face, pi tiing his eoitntennn-'o in pre- sentable shape apain His inju- ries are painful but not scrinus anc< he is out today attend ng to Imnriess. Two carloads of hogs were ship- p'<* north from th i Denison stock- yj.rds yesterdav. TV &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 December 1938

page foot w:: •-■ .if, i-..-. - TCT'PMWMOW^Waag FRIDAY, DEC. 0tK, _1M* Interesting Bits About Our Friends Editorial Comment. . . * . . . Features Denison Needs First Class Hospital Building R. D. Leatherman, manager of the Rialto theatre, and Truman Rley, manager of the Star, are highly elated at the generous re- sponse accoded the theatres in their move to extend aid to the j Again the Denison Press wishes to suffering minorities In Europe. rajse pjea fQr a new building in which Both of the gentlemen say the r ° people responded in a fine way to move our City Hospital. The one we and showed that they appreci ilaVe is so inadequate as to physical equip- manifested by tlhfheadrf ment and general fitness that we are losing the Interstate Theatres. Karl some 85 per cent of the business of Deni- son to out of town hospitals, according to information. That the present structure is wholly inadequate to represent Denison, all will agree. i We have fine physicians and surgeons SNOWED UNDER ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 December 1938

FRIDAY, DEC. 9th, 1988 THE DENISON PRESS page itvk Americas Study Open Defense At Lima Session v / ■ I Includes Members From U.S. a) LIMA, Peru, Dec. 9 (UP)—The eighth Pan American conference toffay begins work on a program designed to strengthen the pea.o are considered the session and probably will address the final plenary session on Dec. 30. Program in 7 Section* The conference program com- prises the following 7 sections, or committees 1 Organization of peace. 2 International law. 3 Economic problems. 4 Political and civil rights of women. 5 Intellectual co-operation and moral disarmament. G The Pan American Union and the international conference of the American states. 7 Reports. Amoni? the delegates the first machinery of the American repub lies and to achieve a united front; against possible aggression from without the Western Hemisphere as advocated in principle by Pres- ident Roosevelt. This is the first Pan American conference sinec 1933, although th j New World countries...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 December 1938

FRIDAY, DEC. 9th, 1933 THE DENISON PRESS Page six SOCIETY NOTES PhoM Your Society Nowi to Phono 00 Ploaao Highway Planting By Beautilication Legion Auxiliary V Beauuncauon *ompletes Pians Committee o± Club F Xmas Chi In furthering their activities of beautifying the entrances 10 th" city, t.ie members of the beauti- fication and conservation commit- tee of the Denison Garden club are asking contributions from t.ie public of Cannas, Iris and Georgia cane, to be ired along the high- ways into town. ivi ss jui ■ Jackson, chairman of this committee, in making the request for the plants adv'ses the ■prospective contributors that if they will rb-one her s.re wi.l call for the' plants. The plantinT and beautification of the highways approaching Denison have been almost con- tinuous since the organization of the Garden clu.b, and the present condition of these approaches i? gratifying to th<s club members and the citizenry as a whole. XXI Club Studies Religious Origins The origin of the ...

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

WEATHER t 1 % 11 DENISON AND VICINITY 1 H Partly cloudy, cooler today 1 ill and Sunday JL J*- IE DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER CLF THE UNITED PRESS SIX PAGES TODAY DENISON, TEXAS SAT. DEC. 10th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 J. VOL. 5—NO. 135 Mexico May Test FDR's Solidarity Program Vice-President River Waters Dragged For Body Of Trucker Today CITY ASKS FOR FOURTH OF GRANT BfXBY, 'Ok!a., Dec. 10 (UP)— Highway patrol officers dragged the waters of tht Arkansas river today for the tody of. a man be- lieved to have been a passenger in a truck which plunged into the stream when a suspension bridge col apsed last night. W. L. Jones, Tulsa, a motorist and Buster Carter, Ft. Smith, dr'v- cr of the truck, were hurt when their vehicles plunged into the liv- er as they were crossing the bridge. J. Simms, Tulsa, a real estate dealer, riding with Jones, was injured slightly. Carter, un- confious from head njuries was unab'le to tell officers whether he carried a ...

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

i i jj, i.jiijfiifiumlM. i r -flnjfiim- rniii : ••• ■ ■ v." ^ '6 ■■ i THE DBNBSON SAT. DEC. 10th, 1988 * THE DENISON PRESS Established In 1930 Telephone No. 80# Office of Publ cation 607 West Main live in peace within the borders of that particular country in which they find them- selves, is something that has been practiced since the days of their captivity by any particular foreign country Although it is claimed that a cardinal article of the National Socialist creed is Dedicated to clean and responsive grovemment; ,, , T • , to individual and civic integr ty; to individual and U'at communism is a Jewish invention, civic commcrcial progress. Issued Daily Except Sunday DESTINATION UNKNOWN Acceptance for mailing as second-class authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will bo given advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Qne Week One Month Three Months (In advance) Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) One Ye...

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

SAT. DEC. 10th, 1938 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREfc % i ! m ■t wmmm Ui y,; tag# •4K'9C-Mfm ■: : : '••ST KHkI m.w liHi^ *«5 HHI & IIB 1 I M ? •- BBwnlimtg ITALY FIGHTS WHITE PLAGUE—Climax ot Italy's 12-year fight against tuberculosis Is the Sondalo sanitarium in the Italian Alps, largest ol 46 sanitariums in Italy, shown above. It Is receiving final touches, preparatory to housing 3,000 patients. Nineteen separate buildings are in this gargantuan u it. Italy has cut Its tuberculosis death rate in halt. 3 ferfe HEALTH CHAM m Pkra Hard me ■ ■ ~sd M M $&•*- , ~w> HEALTHIEST IN Tl„v>USANDS—Chosen by examination Horn thousands ot members at the National Club Congress in Chicago, here are the four boys and four girls named as the nation's 4-H Club healthiest. Left to right: Gerald R. Hawley, 17. Brock. Neb.; Britt Phillips, 17. Cordele, Qa.; Hubert Littlefield, 17. Oak Grove. La.: Kendall Wilson. 18 Kellogg, la.; Ruth Nason, 16. Statesville. N. C.; Louise Johnson, 15. Calera, ...

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

^^S|ggS I I I J K I 1 I I I I PAOH FOUR L *** ■ *5 ^ id '§8^ ¥$&$■ h'T mm F 4 ' •: • r-M *'•' x , 4fr • '/&F* *■ iSfm Wk 5 . «.•• *-m ALL IN THE FAMILY—It's a question whether Buddy Guldahl, 5, is getting pointers from his links starring dad. Ralph Guldahl, or is ftivina some. Any«-ay. it's all in the family. Guldahl, national oven polt champion « rhown at practice in Miami. Fla., in prepa- ration lor numerous golf tournaments that will open soon, in the fceavy Florida links season. Mul iJSA ACfc. WINS JYIAKAXHON—Over the snow-packed 10,- 000-meter course at Branch Brook Park. Newark, N J , Don Lash tanner Indiana University running star, now a member of the Indiana State Police, won his fifth consecutive national senici cross-country championship. He is shown at right, beating out Victor Dyrgali of the Miilrose A. A. by a stride. m V & i\'v tm<® Wmm JBhpr! PMM m 8ENTENCED TO 139 TEARS—Robert Irwin, 31-yrar-old ama- teur sculptor, who pleaded guilty In a New York cour...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 December 1938

SAT. DEC. 10tK, 1938 THE DHNTSON PRJEBS PAGE Ah, For The Life Of A King! : i m. Ronald Colman and Frances Dee. above, play the role of pe and princess in "If I Were |King," coming to the Rialto tonight it. a 10:45 preview, followed by a two- days run. A movie quiz picture DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By dulce murray December 10, 1903 Mrs. M. J. Morefield died at the family residence, 410 South Rusk avenue, at 2:30 yesterday morn- ing. Mrs. Moref'eld has been in very poor health for the past three months, but not until a week ago did her children realize the end was so near. Mrs. Morefield was 62 years of age. She was born in Ohio and when a small child removed with her parents to Illino's. She was married in Illinois at the age of fifteen to Mr. Hall. To this un- ion was b'orn four children. Mr. iflmono % % The Gift that lives forever in her heart! At Rockwell's you will find just what you want ... At a price easily within your reach! Diamonds at Rockwell's are insured against loss, f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 December 1938

SOCIETY NOTES PiKine Your Society N«ws to PhoM >00 Hmh MRS. ELLA KEITH O'BRIEN READS FOR MONODRAMA CLUB The living room of the spacious home of Mrs. Charles H. Jones. 11U7 West bears, was the setting Friday afternoon for the present- ation, by tne Monodrama cluo, of Mrs- Klla Mae Keith O'Brien, of Dallas, in the second of a ser- ies of dramatizations of current Broadway plays. Mrs. O'Brien Speaks Prefacing her reading of "The Missouri Legend," (E. B. Ginty) with a personal story, Mrs. O'- hr.en, with pardonable pride, re viewed the brief and exciting trip to New York this week in company with her son, David, who has built an aura of footbail he- roism round himself as the out- standing player of the nation, to the mammoth celebration planned for him at the Athletic club, in New York, with Mayor LaGuardia and other important people, ajH hosts. In giving the play, "The M:«- souri Legend," Mrs. O'Brien iu her perfect deiiniation of tht'l Dr. James Carlyon Oi S. M. U. Will Address P....

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