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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 July 1937

*raMM G * * i V i i ■■ WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy. Scattered thundershowers Tuesday THE DENISON PRESS 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TE£AS, MONDAY, JULY 12, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 r'/ BP 295 DIE FROM HEAT OVER THE WEEKEND While Denison enjoyed pleas- ant weather over thfe weekend, in many parts of the country) the heat wave was such as to lake a toll of 295 dead, according to re. ports Monday morning. DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY July 12, 1875 1 The mixed train from the south Which is due here about half-past eleven, met with a serious acci- dent Saturday, two and a half miles south of Denison. Two empty freight cars were fchrowh from the track by a displaced rait and one of them completely de- molished; the other was badly damaged. Though there was a passenger coach next following the cars wrecked, no one was hurt. The express train was de layed some time by the wreck. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 July 1937

PAGE TWO THE DEN ISON TRESS MONDAY, JULY 12, 1937 Ml THE DENISON PRESS KutAbllshed In 1JS0 Telephone No. 100 lMued Pally Except Sunday ond CI&m Matter June IS, 1830. at Denlaon. Texa. under the act Entered u it the pout off • r Maix-li I, 187K. Dedicated to clean and respuualve government; to individual and elvlo Integrity; to Individual and civic commercial progress. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Week .. , . ,, , ® ® One Month *8° in a safe place for the sake of society, then With so many prisoners oscaping, there is bound to be lacking due care in preventing, or there is something wrong on the inside. Every case should be thor- oughly sifted so that the people may know if there is graft and corruption in- volved or whether it is just plain careless- ness on the part of guards. If the people go to the expense of run- ning down criminals in order to put them THIS URDAII^WANT HUMo"th.tha (in ad*^°)e>.V.'.V.'.V.'.V.V.' $iTm I they have a right to complain if due care one Tear (in adva...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 July 1937

MONDAY, JULY 12, 1037 THE DEN .'SON PRESS COURTS ) UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRYANT, JUDGE Pleads Not Guilty I W. K. Earnhart Saturday morning guilty in a hearing Catherine W'harton, United State* commissioner, to charges of pos- sessing, removing and concealing 4.5 gallons of non-tax paid whis- ky. He was released under $500 b'ond. of Denison pleaded not before Miss FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTES, JUDGE New Suit* Filed ' 0. T. Fraley vs. Gaynall Fraley, divorce. I Charles Terrell Haden vs. S'outhwetern Life Insurance com- pany. debt on policy. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Complaint* Filed Ralph Henley of Denison, charged with violation of the li- quor law. Appearance Docket ' Lingo-Leeper Lumber company vs. James Harrison, suit on note. Judgment for plaintiff by default in sum of $236.80. Beer Docket 1 Grace Holloway, application to retail beer at 500 East Odneal. Probata Docket ' Arthur Linn, application to pro- bate will of Louisa Linn, deceas- ed. Realty Transf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 July 1937

paui-: f«. i SOCIETY NOTES WOODMAN JUNIORS MAKE FLANS AT THE MEETING SATURDAY Dora Alexander Talley Junior* of the Forest met Saturday at ternoon at Woodmen hall with Kay Minesinger, president, pre siding. Mre. Massye Shelton Ca pelle, junior supervisor, was al- so present. The Junior graduation has beert deferred until autumn due to the absence from the city of Mr* Jeanie Willard, national vfcc president who originally planned thi.s beautiful and impregsivi jihase of the junior rituals. Ar- rangements are also being made for a carnival within a few weeks. Betty Phinney, chairman of the sprapbook, outlined flhe various i'.ages from 1934, showing many successful activities of the jun- iors. A card was also read from Lucille Moore, former chairman, who is now residing in Snnte F< New Mexico. Timothy Dowd, telephone chairman, made a fav orable report. Alice Joy McDon ■ aid was unalble to attend ttie meeting due to a broken arm re- ceived while playing at home re cently. A social pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 July 1937

■ lit ot |<\ J a k. Jty Ibe fn- i's ■m- 1 to pnt 26B \n- les- [ise I to- lorn ■tor \°H o*P hke- ['ore son lings ■Oriit- |ings have ac- by lunds Imer- Idv.) ft if 1 >AY WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY I Wednesday yniViy cloudy to cloudy; warm THE 7c PER WEEK A FAST CROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 18 Final Day of Search; Last Hope is Gone Weather Conditions Permit ting, Sixty-Three Planes of Aircr&ft Carrier To Make Last Search for Aviatrix Little Hope Of Finding Her Seen Believe Final Desperate Try Will Determine Whether Amelia Still Alive or Not RUSSIAN FLIERS ARE NEARING GOAL HONOLULU—Weather condi- tions today will determine if the 63 planes of the aircraft carrier, Lexington, will be sent out in search of the two missing fliers, Amelia Earhart and her navigator P. J. Noonan. It is to be the final try and very little hope is expressed that the search wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 July 1937

PACE TWO THE DENISON PRESS Established til 1 30 Telephone No. 10# IMiued Dally Except Sunday Entered « Second Class Matter June 18. 1#S6. it the post olflce at Denlson, Texac under the act iit March *, 1879. Dedicated to c'ean and r< «poi> lve government: to individual and eivle Inteifrlty; to Individual and civic ootnmerolal pnogresa SUBSCRIPTION RAT £8 one Week ... •••— J® One Month —. Ho Three Month* (In advance) T5c Six Month* (in advance) $1.60 Oce Year (In advance) IS.00 THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, JULY 1937 UOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Pri h will be given advertisers deelrlng blind address- i. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acoeptab'.e from persons having telephone listed Id their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill Is pcesu -ed. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private a counts after <0 Jays from date of first insertion. 'LOSING HOUR: Copy received by I a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denlsoo Press will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 July 1937

TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1937 THE DENTSOM PrtkSS COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE || -V'' New Suit* Filed Cul Reeves vs. Globe Life In- surance company, a corporation, debt on policy. Joo Meador vs. Dixie Motor a Coah corporation, damages. The t U plaintiff alleges that on Feb. 2, 1379, he was riding in a bus of the defendants which struck a ditch near Caddo, Okla. The plaintiff alleges he was injured through the negligence of the de- fendant's agent and asks $30,000. City of Denison vs. H. ,W. Campbell, tax suit. CWil Cmm Ex parte, Central State bank of Sherman, in liquidation. Report of Z. Gossett, banking commisssioner of Teaxs, settng forth expenses of $805.69 during May, approved. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Complaint* Filed Bennett Hogue of Denison, charged with violation of liquor law. Hogue was arrested Saturday night by Bo!b Gambell, Inspector for the state liquor contol board. Appearance Docket E. A. Bellls vs. Continental Oil company, a corporation, d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 July 1937

SOCIETY NOTES GRAYSON COUPLE HAVE CELEBRATION OF THEIR FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY WHITEWRIGHT—Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burden of route 8 en- tertained Friday celebrating theii fo.tieth wedding anniversary. They were married in Butler county, Kentucky, in 1897, and have resided in Fannin county since coming to Texas in 1904. All of the children an ! grand child, en were present, including Mr. and Mis. Clarence Border, and children of W'hitewright, Mr and Mrs. O. E. Head and children! o; Porters, Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Wolverton and children of Ectov Ms. Ira Hogue and daughter oi Goafaate, OTflls., Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jones and children of MeJ lintown, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rhuicy and chilrji, Mr. and Mrs. W. O Romans and grandchildren of l.eonard. SWEENEY HOUSEGUESTS RETURN HOME AFTER FUNERAL OF BROTHER Sister M. Baptista, sister super ior of St. Ita's Convent in Chi- cago, JIT ifhd her co-worker Sister M. Daniel, accompanied by the former's brother Eugene Sween- ey of St. Louis, Mo., left Monda>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 July 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly Cloudy Friday. Probablo l Showers In N. Texas THE DEI 1^ Representative United PreBB and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 15,1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1980—DAILY 1984 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER I It P1 O Pr ic fd ar bk- jic, Int pot lis- "(ft jot |ks, ant ■or ptlori DE! mlfocl* , It will EXPOSITION GAMES OPEN, COTTON BOWL DALLAS—Col. Louis Johnson of Washington, assistant Secretary of War, will formally open the Pan-American games here Thurs- day night at the Cotton Bowl. Expected to arrive at the army airport in Dallas, Col. Johnson settled his $100,000 "office" at Love Field leaving a large de- legation of official greeters wait- ing. In his suite at Hotel Adol- phus the Colonel said: American must be sufficiently strong that no foreign aggressor will come to trouble these shore?. To be that strong, the Colonel be- lieves the United States must be so well armed in the air as to bo "tops in military aviation" as he expre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 July 1937

PI- PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS I Reta.bllahed tn 1 S0 Telephone No. W* Issued Dally Bxcept Sunday Urtered as Second Cl&sa Matter June IS, 1816,! t the pout utiles at Denison, under the act 11 Alai uii k, 1 &, y. Dedicated to o'eaa and responalvs government; to tndivldufci and eivio integrity; to Individual and civic commercial pn>rresa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week To One Month Z8o Three Month* (In advance) TSc Six Month* (In advanoo) $1.60 One Tear (In advance) 11.00 THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1037 BOX NUAlBKKS. Caxe Denlaon Press will be given advertisers desiring blind address s. OH-Attuil ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persona having telephone listed la their own nam* and upon agreeing to remit when bill Is presented. 10 par cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 10 days from date of first insertion. ,"LOSING! HOUR: Copy reoelved by t a. m. will he published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not bs responsible for more titan one Incorrect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 July 1937

f- ; ( THURSDAY, JULY 15, lO'VT COURTS THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREL $i$l: i FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed I Tom Hollis vb. Mattie Hollin, divorce. Bertha Acklen vs. Joseph Ack-' len, divorce. Halma Ruth Scobey vs. Archie Ear] Scobey, divoTce. Caies Disposed 1 J. H. Scott vs. Susie Scott, di- vorce granted. ®. M. Covey vs. Ethel M. Cov- ey, cause reinstated, divorco granted. 11, lit I In' GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. 1,0Y, JUDGE Appearance Docket John L. Gilbert vs. Albert Mor- ris et al, suit on note, two cases. Realty Transfer* Mary Crutchfield to Mary Eve- lyn Griffin, lot 5, block 5, South Side addition, Sherman; $1 and other considerations, July 12, 1937. Robert Johns et ux to E. H. Rice et ux, lot 11, block 41, Dumas' addition, Denison; $500, Dec. 9, 1936. ' M. L. Roberts, et ux to Pren- tiss S. Wingo, lot 4, block 6, Greenmount addition, Sherman; ?693.87, July 1, 1937. Oil and Gas Leases • E. A. Miller, ct ux, to C. 0. Anderson et pi, 40 acres in Jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 July 1937

PAtili l'Ul'ii THE DENISON PKE8S THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1937 Bride-Elect Is Paid Compliment Mrs. Bobbie Allen, who will become the bride of William Mitchell next Tuesday, was com- plimented with a coffee this morn- ing iflt the home of Mrs. L. £ ■ Buster, 1218 West Main street. The event was given by the Junior Philathea class of Waple.^ Memorial church. Mrs. Bustei was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Paul Wilson and Mrs.. Virgil Clevenger. Daisies und snapdragons wer-. used to decorate the refectoi> loom. The table was laid i<> lace and centered with roses flanked on either side by crystr. holders with pink tapers. A three' course breakfast was served. Favors were miniature umbrellas filled with mints. For the occasion Mrs. Allen wa-1 dressed in a navy blue ensemble with embroidered accents. Her ac cssories were of the harmonizing tone. Guests were Mesdumes Ralph Ellsworth, Herman Krattiger, j-. York, W. R. Phillips, C. B. Ca>- oll, J. D. Hartson, Howell Noltt, Lyle Hopkins, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 July 1937

WEATHER denison and vicinity Today and Saturday, partly cloudy. Continued warm THE DENISON PR Representative United Press and International Newa Service. . "Sr . DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 16th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 7c PER week A fast growing paper VOL. 4—NO. 21 .PASTOR ADMITS HE SLEW MOTHER OF 2 PITTS FIELD, 111.—Constantly smoking cigarets and drinking beer frequently and calmly tell- ing how he slew his paramour churc'Ji jvorker, Mrs. Dennis Kelley, mother of two children, with a hammer, then took her £4 © DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY £ • July 16, 1875 The mad dog which bit tins-, members of the Borden family is the Bame one which Night Police- j man Yocum saw and chased some-. thing like a week ago. He followed J the dog to the neighborhood of Borden's and then lost track of it for a time, but afterwards saw it, as he then supposed and now fully ■believes, in Borden's yards. Mi. Borden's people said it could not have 'been their dog that Yocum said...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 July 1937

PAGE TWO [ THE DEN1SON PRESS mabltahed In ltlt Telephone No. WO Ueuotl Dally Except Sunday iCr.ter**d as Second Clan Matter June 13, 1936, U tUe posi office at Denlaon, Tex a. und«r tba act t March *, 187®. Dedicated to c'caa and rcapooaira government; to individual and aivlo integrity; to Individual and civic eommerolal progress. SUBSCRIPTION RATES On* Week • One llootb l«o Three Months (in advance) Tic Six Month* (In advance) $1.(0 Oca Tear (In advance) $1.00 THE DEN ISO N PKKSS buried of 260 HOX NUMBERS. Care Penleon Pro a will be given adv*rU**in desiring blind addresses. OH A ROH ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed In their own nam* and upon agreeing to remit when bill Is presented. 10 par cent will be added on unpaid private a counts after 10 days from date of first Insertion. 'L081NQ HOUR: Copy received by • a. m. win b< published the same day. ERRORS The Denlsoo Press will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect Insertion. OUT OlP-TOWN ORDE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 July 1937

FRIDAY, JULY 16th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREE COURTS \ FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT I Charlea Berry, Acting Judge I Civil Cate* < R. L. Boozer vs. Rheba Boozer, divorce granted. First National bank of White, wright, vs. Mrs. J. R. Rascoe et ■ ai. 'Receiver's report on sale ol f Ian da at Royse Oity, Rdckwall county, approved. Sentences Pasted i Roosevelt Boyd, negro, Wed- nes afternoon wbs sentenced to from five to 25 years in tha penitentiary for burglary with in- tent to rape, a charge on which he was convicted June 25. Judge Berry explained to Boyd that if his conduct warranted, he might apply for a parole after five years upon the recommenda tion of the trial judge, the dis- trict attorney and the sheriff* department. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suits Fil'd Rita Loraine Deets vs. John I*. Deets, divorce. Lynn Bennett vs. Glennice Jones, annulment. i James Thomas Lynch vs. Helen Kirk Lynch, divorcs. Cases Disposed Mary Emma Rheay vs. R. L. Rheay, divorce gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 July 1937

page four THE DENISON pttess FRIDAY, JULY 16th, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Mrs. Allen Given Shower Tuesday Mrs. Viola Donald and Mrs. Thelma Frame Irwin entertained with a miscellaneous shower and bridge party Thursday evening at the Irwin residence, 1309 West Chestnut street, complimenting Mrs. Bobbie Allen, who will be come the bride of William Mitch- ell next Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. The hostesses were assisted in en- tertaining by Mrs. A. Frame ane Mrs. W. W. Banks and daughtei Sandra of Dallas. 'Mrs. Allen was attired in striped sheer frock with accesso- ries to match. Her gift from the hostesses was a coffee table. Oth- er gifts were placed on the refec tory table under a large umbrella of pastel colors, the party theme. Crystal ware was used in serving ice cream of slipper shape and individual cake squares. Mrs. Jadk Turner and Mrs. Harold Crabtree received high and second, respectively, in the bridal series. Cut prizes were won by Mrs. Margaret Raleigh, Miss Lillian Handy, Mrs- James R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 July 1937

* Kl. WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy Friday and Saturday THE •*w(nm Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, July 17, 1937 Fire Chief To Leave Sunday, Attend School Fireman to Attend Also with Possible Fire Rate Reduction If Men Pass Examina- tions; Sixth School for Chief Pat Lowe iDenison's fire chief, Pfit Lowe, and Fireman Douglas Hosford, will leave Sunday for the annual fire course at Texas A. and M. college, to last a full week. DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • • July 17, 187S Friday evening an old gentle- man named Burge, aged about 70 years and a young man named Smith, while on their way, home from Denison in a buggy, on the Love Ferry road, and near George Hopson's place, about four miles from Sherman, were halted by two men, who at the point of cocked pistols, demanded their money. Mr. Burge had but a few nickles. Smith had twenty dol- lars, which they took. They also took Smith's horse, which he was lead...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 July 1937

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, July 17, 1337 SA1 THE DENISON PRESS Bstabltehed tn 1M0 Telephone No. 100 luutd Dally Except Bun day Ei ten d as Second Clam Matter Juno IS. 1936, vi the post office at Denison, Texju under the act f March *. 1S7S. Dedicated to clean anil r<'apoDslve government: tu todlvUtyai and etvlo Integrity; to Individual and civic commercial progress. SUBSCRIPTION RATIOS One Week _ fc One Month 180 Three Monthi (In advance) TSc cili Month* (In advance) $1.50 Ot:e Tear (In advance) $3.00 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Prus will be given advertisers desiring blind addresat.i CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptal ie from persons having telephone listed la their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill Is presented. 10 per cent will be addffl on unpaid private serounts after SO da « from date of first Insertion. 7DOSING HOUR: Copy received by a. m. will b<| published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 July 1937

SATURDAY, July 17, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE COURTS 4 FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT " i Charles Berry, Acting Judge Minutes Signed J Judge Berry has recessed court until December and signed the minutes. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed ' Billie Willis vs. Jimmie Will- lis, divorce. Caiet Disposed I, Houston and Texas Central Railroad company et al vs. C. Braggs et al, bill of review. Judg- ment for plaintiff by agreement. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probata Docket I S. A. Dohoney, application for administration of estate ox Etlml Lacy Biown, deceased. 1 Guy James, application for tem- porary administration of estate of Carrie Jordan, deceased. Mary K. Sawyer, application to probate will of Harry Sawyer, deceased. W. D. Harmon, application granted to retail beer at 115 East Wall. Marriage Licenses 'Marion Jackson and Devoule? Banks, Denison. Homer Phelps and Lillic Del Robinson, Greenville. Automobile Registration* M. E. Crews, Sherman, Chevro- let se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 July 1937

DENISON PRESS pauk fouii ty that it exhibit; when SATURDAY, July 17; 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Delegates Met By Local Women Given the title "ambassador ex- traordinio" and bearing a scroll from the Pan American exposition to Miss Carol O. Williams, nation- al federation president of Busi- ness and Professional VVomen'R club, Judge Sarah T. Hughes of Dallas, passed through Denison Friday night enroute to the na- tional meeting in Atlantic City, N. J. Judge Hughes and her compan- ions, Miss Ann Moore of Abilene, first vice president of the state federation and official delegate; Mrs. Willit Elliot and Mrs. D. A. Brashear of Sweetwater, wer-i greeted at the Katy station by Mrs. Lyle Kretsinger, local presi- dent, Miss Eva Bond, secretary and Miss Elizabeth Bumpase, pro- gram chairman. They were hos- tesses at an infomal refreshment course and presented the distin- guished guests with mending kits. I Judge Hughes received her "ambassador" honor recently dur- ing special ceremonies in the of fi...

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