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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 December 1938

fit;,* r WEATHER OENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy nnil co'der today and Friday member clf the united pres PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month zz=L DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, DEC. 29, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 150 Prosperous New Year Forecast By Economists COLD WAVE FROM ARCTIC ROLLS EASTWARD WITH GALE w y Mercury Dips Are Reported New Cold Wave to Have Spent Itself Before Reach- ing Mississippi River Val- ley, Forecast at Chicago. Snow May Accompany S u ^Freezing Weather Again Headed for Flori- da; New Hampshire Hit. By United Pr^ss A new cold wave from the Arc- tic regions rolled eastward across the western and central plains today, bringing additional hard- ships to areas already weary from four days of blizzards, gales and zero temperatures. U. 9. Forecaster J. R. Lloyd at Chicago said the new wave, fol- lowing one which had swept to- ward the Atlantic, would have spent itself by the time it reached the Mississippi valley. He said it already had advanced...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 December 1938

THE DENBON PRB88 'TWS! THURSDAY. DEC. 2d, 1M8 DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publ cation (107 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicnted to clean and responsive governmer* to individual mj civic in'et ty; to indiv ma) civic commercia progress. Acceptance for mailing as second- la s mat'v authorized. ROX Xl'MBKllS, Care I I're-s w l he g advi'i'i >■- desl ing blind add — <es. SUBSCRI IT ION IUTES One Wei \ 1 One Mon'h 3 Th . e A1 ,«i (In advance) • Six Months i n ad> nice) Sl.'i One Year (in hv i "r. ) $3 50 (Wthin Zone 1) Sis \|..lith- b> Mail (ill aovance) $1 2.i One Year h> Mai (in advance! $2 <> Nat onal advertising representative Inland Ne-.vs paper Kt- >s esentative, Int.. Wru;ley Building, Ch cago, 111 OH ' RGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person having telephone listed n tneir own name and up- on as; eeing to remit when bill is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 December 1938

THURSDAY, DEC. 29, 1938 THE DENISON PRESS ,4t the purchase of a new set of in- struments for the band but, as the receipts cannot have been very large, the company wi l pnyb- | ably try again, when weather con- i ditions are better. j The children of St. Luke's Sun- day school were splendidly enter- | I Mined Christinas night at. the Munson building on Woodard street by the ladies of St. Luke's , Guild. Tne large store room in which the entertainment was held had b'een handsomely decorated and a mammoth Christmas tree , planted in one end of the apart- ; ment, on which were hung pres- ents for the little ones, until its branches fairly cxacked with the j weight of good things. After the presents had been distributed by Santa Claus, who lent his jolly . presence to the occsaion ,the room j was cleared and dancing commenc- ed, continuing until 11:30 p. m. The attendance was very large. If labor would open i's eyes and shut its mouth a little, it would 'be better for it. December 28, 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 December 1938

•wmW' mmmtm IKS DENISON PRESS esa■ THURSDAY, DEC. 2d, 1988 SOCIETY NOTES Cbon* Your Society News to Phone 100 PImum — Informal Wedding Service Unites Miss Haun and Joseph Nastasi 1 'Miiis Marjorie Haun, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Orvilie Haun of Oklahoma City, Okla., became the (bride of Joseph Nastas:, soil of Mr. and Mrs. Chsir.es Bruno of Denison in an informal ceremony Wednesday evening at the home of the groom's parents, GOO K. 'Morton. The Rev. Father B. J. Deeney.j pastor of the St- Patrick's Catho- lic church officiated at the im- pressive ring ceremony, before un improvised altar formed with two tall cedars decorated with silver icicles and flanked witn crystal floor baskets of holly. White' streamers formed a canopy o>-er the wedding party, and while handles burned in crystal holdn.-g. The bride was dressed in a lovely ensemble of blue velvet witih matching accessories, with a corsage of pink r°sebuds. Miss Helen Nelson of Deniscn, attended her cousin as maid of honor and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 December 1938

<3 WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy and warmer today and Saturday THE A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month -L MEMBER CLF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, DEC. 30th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 151 Many Injured When Insurgent Warships Fire British and French Warships Guard Ground- ed Loyalist Destroyer; Many Die When Nationalists Fire Unexpectedly Today GIBRALTAR, Dec. 30 (UP)— British and French warships today were guarding the Spanish loyalist destroyer Jose Luis Diez as it lay grounded at Gibraltar. Beside it lay the nationalist destroyer Jupiter which it rammed when erippled by gunfire from seven insurgent warships, it made for shore. Throe British subjects were injured, one serious y by nation- alist shells which struck the vil- lage of Catalan bay, on the east side of the Isthmus of Gibraltar during the fight. The guns of the great "rock" the impregnable British fortress which guards the strait, fired h ank shells in warning—and full gun cre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 December 1938

THE DENISON fRESS PKIDAY, DEC. SOth, 1MB THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publ cation 607 West Main Kill Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic intecrrty; to individual ani civic commercial progress. Acceptance authorized. for mailing as second-class matte BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be givei advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week It One Month 3r Three Months (In advance) 90 Six Months (in advance) $1.7 One Year (in advance) - J3.51 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) $1.2: One Year by Ma 1 (in advance) $2.0' Nat onal advertising representative Inland New paper Representative, In:., Writ;ley Building, CI. cago, 111. Oh \RGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from perso' having telephone listed :n ineir own name and U] on agreeing to remit when bill is presented. 1( per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insert on. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 December 1938

WfctDAY, DEC. 30th, 1538 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THKfib DENISON 62-51-35 YEARS AGO By DULCJi MURRAY • • December 30, 1876 Our announcement, yesterday, of melting weather had the ef- fect to bring down upon us a driving snowstorm. When our citizens got up yesterday morning they found the snow falling rap-( idly. The storm prevai ed all day> wilh the wind from the north and by sundown the snow was fully eight inches deep. This is the deepest snow within the memory of the oldest inhabitant. Waterman & Acheson, on Woodard, near Burnett avenue, have a six-seated sleigh, well sup- plied with robes and blankets, which will be at the service of the public today. While Mr. Lindenheim was out sleighing Thursday evening on Gandy street, a boy threw a snowball at his team, which frightened them and they started to run. Mr. Lindenheim, in try- ing to ho'd them, broke one of the lines, but managed to turn the horses to one side and they ran into Mr. Hoffman's picket fence, breaking down a p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 December 1938

J&Bss&ct PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, DEC. 30th, 1938 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N«wa to Phone 100 Please MISS MEADOR HOLDS OPEN HOUSE COMPLIMENTING VISITING GIRLS Markets TORT WORTH, Tex., Dec. 29 (UP) — (USD A) —Livestock: Cattle 1,800; calves 1,000; about steady; seers and yearlings G.00-9.00; fat cows 4.25-6.00; cut- ters 2.75-4.00; calves 4.25-8.00. Hogs 1,300; mostly 10 lower; top butchers 7:35; bulk good Thursday afternoon from three which was solemnized Oct. '14 at 'butchers 7.25-7:35; mixed grades to five, 'Miss Elaine Meador en- Durant, Ok.a. Mrs. L. R. Clar- 6.75-7.20; packing sows 6.50-6.75. tertained with an open house at jce 0f 'Mead, Okla. and T- A. Sheep, 800; strong; fat lambs the home of her parents. Mr. and Clark of Durant were attendants. 7.50-7.75. Mrs. Grover Meador, 615 West The couple will live with the Tomorrow's estimated receipts: Gandy, honoring iher guests, Mis- bride's parents until the. comple- Ca'tle 1,500; calves 800; hogs ses Na...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 December 1938

WEATHER OENISON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today and Sunday THE DENISON PRESS A FA5T GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEM B E R QJF THE UNITED PRESS SIX PAGES TODAY DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, DEC. 31, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 -NO. 152 United States Rejects New Order" Sri Denison Sees One Of Best i Building Years In 1938 BRITISH AGAINSTT NAZI SUB PLANS Denison has seen one of its > best years in the building and im- provement line as the year 1938] comes to a close and projects) either started or completed will j run easi y beyond the $54,500,0001 figure. This of course, includes) the $54,000,000 Denison dam, which is now considered among the going projects and certain of being completed. While this section considers the dam the most highly important project, there are numerous other improvements both completed and under way which will bring the total up to a recod for this city find its immediate trade area. (Outstanding in new buildings are to be classed the junior high sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 December 1938

m QB TWO r THE DENISON PRESS the denison press Established In 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publcation 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic integrity; to individual and civic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing as second-claw matter authorised. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will he given advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week _ X0< One Month ... 3fx Three Months (In advancel 90c Six Months (in advance) $1.75 One Year (in advance) _ $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1> Six Months by Mail (in advance) $1.25) One Year by Ma i (in aavanca) .... $2.00 Nat onal advertising representative Inland News, paper Representative, Inc., Wrigley Building, Chi cago, 111. OHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person having telephone listed in tneir own name and up on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 1< per cent will be added oa unpaid private accounts after 30 days from data of first inser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 December 1938

^SATURDAY, i)ec. 31, 1038 tfte denison presc Page Thre$ w m iiwi- % -■ xa w-wm CONNIE MAC K £ Happy .... ■ KArs IIITILR—General Anton Denikin, who led the White Russians in their final struggle prainst the Bolsheviki in 1918, who chargH in Paris, where he is an exile, that Nazi Germany has plotted a line of march eastward through the Soviet Ukraine, to cut oil all the rich southern provinces of the Soviet Union. He denounced several White Hunsli .1 officers he said had accepted money from Hitler to further the plan. BATS 1.000 IN LIFE'S GAME—Cornelius McGillicuddy—Connie Mack to you—as he approached his 76th birthday, on Dec. 23 He has been manager of the Philadelphia Athletics baseball team for 37 years, since 1901, and is one of the most widely known men in sports. Born in East Brookfield. Mass., he began his pro- v fessional career with Waterbury. Conn., in 1883 <1 V " ORANGE BOWL ACE—This is how George Cafego, Ail-American halfback of Tennessee University, will look when Tenn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 December 1938

.....UiiMirate. GE POUR IT* ws Events PAST YEAR C$£,K>.:- 1% jtff?§; lilt#: H • ^ ALMOST WAR—AMertlng toatSudeten Geman^ere teing pereMated^y^Czechv Chancellor^ Hme^ Sept. 12, in Berchtesgaden. Later the Munich pact was signed. iiflHni If > t S3a ' ri \ ¥>0*: M Jab •lafeii SPV CeS<i .lonaium Hoftman former nair dresser on the German liner Europa. who fig- ured in the New York spv trial She was sentenced to four years J**' m** Pj£g PRESIDENT'S PCJRGE SKIDS—President Roosevei' :clt Wash- ington on July 8 for hts combined political and fshins trip. During the trip he advocated purge of Democratic legislators out of step with him. Primary elections discounted the purge. Sena- tor Millard E. Tydings, above, was a Maryland victor. % ir* v COSTER AIDE - Benjamin Si- mon, who Knew F. Donald Cos- ter, late president of the Mc- Kesson & Robbins drug company, under his real identity as Philip Musica and was put on the pay- roll at $6,000 a year. Federal men believe he was Music...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 December 1938

SATURDAY, DEC. 31, 1938 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE # DENISON 62-51-35 YEARS AGO By DULCJI MURRAY December 31, 1876 Died in this city at 9 a. m. Saturday, Dec. 30th, 187Q, of pulmonary cossumption, Dr. J. R. Cook. Dr. Cook was one of the very first to cast his lot in Denison. The first year he built up a prac- tice second to no physician in the city and his efforts were reward- ed with remarkable success. His health failing, he went south, but retrned about a year ago. He is survived by his widow. Funeral ►services will take place at the Driggs dwelling, on Gandy street at 9:30 this morning. Rev. Dougerty is the only per- son in the city who owns a strisg of sleigh bells and they were kept jingling all day yesterday. The sleighing was good, the sky clear and the weather delightful. In consequence there were many hastily conducted sleighs "cut- ters" and "jumpers" on the streets and the occupants seemed to enjoy the fun, especially when the occupants were two in num- ber of the opposite s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 December 1938

THE DBNXSON PRESS SATURDAY, DEC. 81, IMS SOCIETY NOTES FImm Tw m**j Mm to Aon* 100 PImm Afternoon Tea Honors Members Oi Eastern Star Mrs. W. H. Bryant, worthy ma- tron of the Gate City Chapter No. 77 order of the Eastern Star, en- tertained members and friends of the order at an informal holiday tea -Friday afternoon from throe to five, at tihe home of her moth- er, Mrs. G. G. Hopkins, 118 West Monterey. The Hopkins home was attrac tive in its Christinas decorations, with special emphasis on a novjl snow scene created on the man- tel in the living room. Tall red candles in poinsettia holders burned in every room, and the dining- room taible was spread with a lace cloth and centered with! a crystal bowl of carnation, com- plimented with red candles in crystal and silver holders. Silver tea services were used and those presiding at the table during the afternoon were Miss Martha Jane Gill, Mrs. W. C. Jackson, Mrs. P. W. Burtis Jr., and Miss Sylvia Necf. The guests were greeted at the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 January 1939

WtyS•' ■ WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair today, partly cloudy Tuesday DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER CLF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, JAN. 2nd, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 153 Daladier Emphasizes French Stand Against Italy 76th CONGRESS ORGANIZES TODAY; :SEEKS PARTY HARMONY Rayburn School Addition Bids To Election Be Asked Luring January Foreseen Democrats of Both Houses Meet This Afternoon to Re-elect Leaders for This Year; Barkley Is Named Patch Quarrels Is Their Cry Martin Expected to be Nam- ed Leader of Minorities Group in th House, Said WASHINGTON, Jan. 2 (UP) —The 76th Congress organized today for its initial session to- morrow with democrats seeking to harmonize party lines in an ef- fort to eounte'.--balance Republi- can gains in both houses. Democrats of the lower house will meet at 3 p. m. to reelect Speaker William B. Bunkhead of Alabama and Majority Leader Sam Raybuin of Texas and to fill several vacancies on the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 January 1939

THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, JAN. 2nd, 1939 MO THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic integr ty; to individual ani civic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing as second-class authorized. matte' BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison 1'ress will be give advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week - — A— 1" One Month — 85 Three Months (In advance! 90: Six Months (in advance) $1.7.' One Year (in advance) $3.5! (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in anvance) $1.2: One Year by Ma 1 (in advance) $2.0 Nat onal advertising reoresentative Inland New.- paper Representative, Inc.. Writ;ley Building, Ch cago, 111. CH\RGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persni having telephone listed ;n ineir own name and ut on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 1' per cent will be added on unpaid private account after 30 days from date of first inser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 January 1939

-A— MONDAY, JAN. 2nd, 1039 •>!$ :iS -'.P den1son _ 62-51-35 • years ago By DULCJi MURRAY •" • January 2, 1877 Mr. Yocum and Mr. Brown re- turned from Dallas today with the young man on whose person the most of the watches taken from the Postoffice Book Store were found. Mr. Yocum sent a description of the stolen property to the sheriff of Dallas the day after the theft. The sheriff gave the description to his deputy and a few days after the latter was out in the country about 11 miles. He met a young man on the road who asked him if he did not wish •to purchase a watch, handing him a time piece to examine. The deputy sheriff at once recognized the property, arrested the man and on searching his pockets, he found ten other watches. He says he came to Denison from the north the day before the robbery was committed, that the next day he was at the depot and saw two men secrete a paper box under the platform. As soon as they went away he examined the box and found it contained the wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 January 1939

Page pouk THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, JAN. 2nd, 1639] SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society Nowa te Phone IOC Pleas* Sunday Afternoon Tea Compliment To Several Visiting College Girls •Miss Mar turn Jane Gill, 915 W. WlSCOllSin Guests Bond, entertained Sunday alter- noon with an informal tea compli- menting Miss Lorena Brown and Miss Vivian Crutcher of Durant and Miss Mary Voge of Green Bay, Wis. The memibers of the house par Are Entertained During Weekend Honoring Misses Nathalie and Mary Voge, iof Green Bay, Wis., ty were Denison girls who have w(j0 are house guests of Mijs been spending the Christmas holi- Eiayne Meador, (jl& West Gandy, days here with tjheir families and jyjlSS Watkins, entertain- friends, and included I Mia Mary ed with a Sund mornin break. Virginia Johnson, of Our Lady of fagt t the Hotd Ueniaon tw.. Victory College at Fort Wort..; u moming_ Misses Martha Lee and Evelyn Car in out a colu, ,chemL, of Earnest of Southeastern at Du- and whit Mis, VVatkins rant; Miss ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 January 1939

' WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy today; colder Wednesday THE DENISON A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month BER CLF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, JAN. 3rd, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 * VOL. 5—NO. 154 FIRE LOSSES IN YEAR ARE SMALL Residence insured fire losses, Pat Lowe. during: 1938 were the lowest in many years in Denison, according: to a report today from Fire Mar- ahull U. M. Gray and Fire Chief ) •- Everyday DENISON If; -■ LOUIS By ANDERSON' Losses for the entire year were $62,653.96, which included alrnqst $50,000 loss on the S. H. Kress store that burned early in the period. Firemen saidi that had the Kress fire not occurred, a new low for blaze damages would have been set here. The Kress store was the only loss in the mercantile district. Losses in December alone to- taled $518.40 on four fires in _ buildings valued at $5,050, car- Well, the Christmas holidays, rvjn{, insurance of $3,800. Value New Years and the bowl game classics are over so we ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 January 1939

IGE TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS THE DENISON PRESS Established In 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publ cation 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic inieifr.ty; to individual and civic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing as second-class matter authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. ~~ SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week - One Month Three Months (In advance! - Six Months (in advance! One Year (in advance) (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in a<ivanee> One Year by Ma.l (in advance) 10r 35c 00c 11.78 $3.50 $1.25 $2.00 National advertising representative Inland News- paper Representative, In:.. Wrigley Building, Chi- cago, 111. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed :n tneir own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion....

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