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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Snow Today, And Colder Tonight, Tomorrow THE DENISON A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 FR Placed In Key Spot of European Squabbles ¥ FRANCE OVIEDO BJLBACm Huesca BARCELONA Salamanca TSKU Majorca T°f Cmehca VALENCIA OfllSACETfi All CANTER CARTAGENA Baqajos COROOBA oSEVILLE o Granada Cadizv jsibraltar V (at) isM' ; Morocco t LOYALISTS INSURANTS Sale Of Airplanes ! Endorsed * 13 I lo I7 s It to 12 p7 JO 12 TERRITORY IN SPAIN—Here Is how the country Is divided in Spain, following the fall of the Loyalist capital of Barcelona to the Insurgents. Area around Gerona, on the French border, is still held by Loyalists, as is the larger area which includes Valencia and Madrid. Insurgents immediately started north to attack Gerona, cut oil from the south. FIRE LOSSES IN DENISON SMALL Not Fighting War of Ideo- logies in Shaping Our Foreign Policy, Republic- an Committeeman...

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

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1939 THE DEN1SON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publ cation 607 West Main LAST Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic miegr 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 blina addresses. Subscription rates One Week - One Month — 35c Three Months (In advance! 90c Six Months (in advance) — - $1.75 One Year (in advance) $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) $125 One Year by Ma 1 (in aavance) .... $2.00 OH \RGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed :n iheir own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented, l't per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insert on. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi be published the samt^dair. CANCELLATIONS mus...

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

THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1939 THE DENtSQN PRESS PAGE THMS*. :: :;:;v h of tea. February 2, 1904 A notable society event was consumated at the First Presby- terian church last night. Dr. Clyde H. Pember, of Pemberville, Ohio and Miss Myrtle May Hotch- kiss, of this city, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. The beautiful church was adorned for the occasion and was crowded to the doors with friends of the con- tracting parties. After the cere- mony the bridal couple entertain- ed their friends at the home of the bride's parents, which had been exquisitely decorated for the happy occasion. The groom 'is a prominent young physician of Pemberville, Ohio, And a scion of j one of the oldest ""families of state. The couple were the re- cipients of many useful and beau- tiful presents. Ranch Doctor and Mrs. Pember, and those who came from Ohio to at- tend the wedding, left for Pem- berville, where Dr. and Mrs. proved machinery. jis prepared to fit with glasses pemberville will reside. This i...

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

PAGE POUR THE DUNOON PBMB9 THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1939 SOCIETY NOTES Phoaa Your Bodety N«w« to Phon* 100 Ple*s > High School Girl Reserves Hold Impressive Installation In an impressive caudle light ^ yyeekly Meeting* ceremony conducted by Miss Thel- ma Burleson, at the high school IVialt J_jU.nCiT.eOn Wednesday alternoon, tne officers of the Girl Reserves were form-, in their respective ~~ 'Miss Evelyn Dolan, president I of the newly organized Kraft Ulub Wednesday «Uy installed offices. Program Precedes Service , A brief program, opening with Luncheon club, presided at the a general sing song, led by Ann regular weekly luncneon of the Covmuton and Glennis Waltz, group Wednesday m the grill room eny occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J preceded the ceremony, of instai- -of the Kraft ,M. Godadrd I..*.:. _ Th« comuanv s coio Neighborhood Happenings • • CADDO, OKLA. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cunningham ot Whitewright, Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Hays Cunningham of Bonhani, Texas, were the week- end guests of Mr....

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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Somewhat warmer today And Tomorrow THE DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEB. 3rd, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 181 Subway Blasts Rock London; Many Are Inj ured CHAMBERLAIN TO APPROACH HITLER IN FORMAL NEGOTIATIONS Je I In rr pi id lid I no r on en | s- ble be per ast *■ & Hp | mi' f m: Germans Show A Desire Great Britain Want to Know Whether Hitler was Earn- est in His Speech, Seek- ing Peace, Last Monday. Armaments To Be Pushed On France is Expected to be Extra Cautious in Any Formalities of Conference GIANT FOR FAIR—Heroic statue of translucent composition re- sembling glass, emerging from casting mold in studio of Glen Holland, sculptor. New York. Depicting Labor and Industry, it is one of 12 similar statues to serve as decorations and as media for lighting main Federal building of the United States' $3,000,000 exhibit at New York World's Fair. INVESTIGATORS NAMED ...

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

TWO. — THE DEN1S0N PRESS THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1980 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication 607 West Main FRIDAY, FEB. 3rd, 1930 Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic integrity; to individual and eivic commercial progresa. 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 advancel - Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) One Year by Mail (in advance) .. 10c ... 35c ... 90c $1.75 $3.50 $1.25 $2.00 OHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed ia their 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. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi! be published the same day. CANCELL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 February 1939

i^wmaiieseewi FRIDAY, FEB. 3rd, 1989 THE DENISON PRESS , .. f PAGE THR&* JkmUuW ODD MARKE DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO liy DULCB MURRAY • — €> February 3, 1877 Special meeting of the city council last night with Mayor Winn and all aldermen, present, with the exception of Taylor and JBoss. A committee consisting of Mal- colm and Alexander was appoint- ed to consider the feasibility of purchasing hose for the use of the fire company. Committee report- ed in favor of purchasing 1,000 feet of hose and constructing a cistern corner of Husk avenue n<i Main street. Report was adopted and the mayor and City Attorney Randell authorized to contract with Mr. Draper, of Chicago, for the hose. The hose (two inch) is : to cost $850, including couplings and nozze's. i Marshall Patrick was authorized to construct a pavement in front of Wm. Hughes' property, on the .east side of Rusk avenue, between .Main and Woodard streets at the : expense of the owner. The Daily jNews was made the officia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 February 1939

PAGg FOUR THE DUNISON PRESS FRIDAY, FEB. 3rd, 1939 SOCIETY NOTES Phona Your Society to Phone 100 l'le«we Grayson Co. Baptist Workers Conference Meets Here Tuesday Kev. Bounds Speaks At Teachers Institute Meeting Today At 4 Miss Lillian Thomason, of Dallas, a returned missionary from China and a very interesting speaker wil address the members of the Grayson County Baptist Worker's conference which wil! convene in Denison Tuesday, Feb. 7 at the First Baptist church. Baptist Tiamng Union, will be the igenertl theme of the disy's s-tudy and discussions will be Riven on the three main features of the iiibiect, by the Rev. L. 0. Evans of Whitewr.&ht, the Rev. Art an r De Loach of the East Sherma.i church, anu the Rev. L. R. Lamb of Denison, pastor of the Caiva.y Baptist church. Tfctey will di*c--> "B. T. U. Prospects end How to Enlist Them." "Our County B. T. U. Work and Why Every Church (Should Have a B. T. U." and "Open Forum on Ou? B T. U. Problems and How to Meet Them." P.oard...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 February 1939

Vt it-' WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Generally fair today and Sunday PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month I- MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SAJTURDAY, FEB. 4, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DALLY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 182 NineDrownAsSeasonalFloodsSweepOhioValley Mi I1' It. lis lit ) |«.1« lie |er |!i- 8 |cr \ i • Alto Band Act lor toon ewi 1 ■:ci "x m OEFENSE ftlA.\ Kactical snake up in the British cabinet de signed to prepare for war emer gencies see- Lord Chatflelu above. Admiral of the Fleet and fighting seadog oi great re itte put into the office ot Ministei for Coordination ot Defense, to persuade the army, navy and ail force to work harmoniously to- gether. He succeeds Sir Thomas Inskip. London Keeps Close Guard For Bombings Scotland- Yard Enforces Al- most Seige Precautions to Thwart More Terrorism LONDON, Feb. 4 (UP)—Lon- don's air raid precautions corps organized in preparation for war, was called out today as the me- tropolis was put under a virtual state of siege to th...

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

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 1939 SA THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1030 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication 607 West Main NION Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to Individual and civic integr ty; to individual and civic commercial progresa. Acceptance for maillnsr as second-ela^B matter authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blina addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week - 1"*" One Month 35c Three Months (In advancel — 90c Six Months (in advancei $1.76 One Year (in advance) (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) One Year by Ma i (in aovance) .. $3.60 $1.26 $2.00 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed m 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. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi ! be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 February 1939

>{j V. ., *• JJWlwfJfrWttflfr pfvyi SATURDAY, FEB 4, 1939 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THRU* Preston Foster, Tony Mavtin, Slim er, above, appear tonight in a and Monday in "Up the River," summerville and Arthur Treach- midnight preview, and Sunday a comedy jailhouse riot of laughs. V- I DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO Ry DULCE MURRAY • « February 4, 1877 ' Judge Doane sold thirty-one buffalo robes to Mr. Metz, of Sherman at six dollars apiece for the entire lot. He will ship sugar cured buffalo meat to various points north to St. Louis and Chicago and east as far as Balti- more The judge has been engaged trading with the Indians of the frontier upwards of three years, the last year in the Panhandle of Texas. He does not ask protec- tion from the United States tropos and says he never had anything stolen from him nor suffered any harm from his "patrons." When he left his camp west of Pease river ten days he and his four companions were surrounded by fully two thousand Commanches. They have e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 February 1939

PAfll fOll j&sm TBI MWMOW HUMS SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society New* to Phone «0C Ple e Berean Class of First Christian Entertains With Valentine Tea Carrying out the Valentine mo- J3ugineSS Club tif were the decorations and table ■\x)'-;n t3..ir/-v LVvlv Appointments of the silver tea Will rldA e Lic.lij BONHAM-MCKINNEY TIE IN LEAGUE . i t BATffiMY, m. 4, — ———- ■-> given by the Berean class of th" First Christian church Friday af ternoon. The J. K. Megginson 'home, 411 West Sears where the tea was held was beautifully deco- rated throughout with potted du- bonnet cyclamen. iA large mirror centering the lace covered tea ta- ble, reflected the loveliness of red carnations in a silver bowl. Thin red tapers in three branch silver candelabra burned on either side of the centerpiece, and silver and coffce services lent furtlher bea'J-j Meeting Monday The Denison Business and Pro- fessional Women's club will meet at the Hotel Denison Monday night at 7 o'clock for their regu- lar b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 February 1939

m fhe ev- ck. fiat |ion 3od pen pp) be Ironr h, fa pst'e of arc t m ^U|. * I WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy, fair and colder today, Tuesday THE DENISON PRE A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month > MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, FEB. 6th, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 183 Flood Stages in Ky. Reached By Warm Weather FR's "Boob" Repercussion WASHINGTON, Feb. 0 (UP)— Isolationist senators threaten to- I'ay to penetrate the secrecy con- cealing President Rooseveli's off- the-record explanation of why the Everyday DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON • • Monte Stratton, the Chicago White Sox pitcher, draws plaudits for his fight to return to the baseballs wars after suffering the loss of a leg while hunting re- cently. In a Paramount news last night, a large amount of spaco was given Stratton, who told the boys he will be back on the mound this year. It might be 1940 before he sees service again, but some writers believe he is through. With a heart such as his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 February 1939

TWO THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, FEB. 6th, 1939 too* THE DENISON PRESS Established In 19S0 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic integrity! to individual and civic commercial progress. Aeceptance for mailing as second-class matter authorised. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. ~ SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week ' One Month — ; 35c Three Months (In advance) - - 90c Six Months (in advance) __— $1.76 One Year (in advance) $3.50 (Wthin Zone X) Six Months by Mail (in advance) $1.25 One Year by Mail (in artvance) $2.00 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their 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. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi.l be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS mus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 February 1939

MONDAY, FEB. 6th, 1939 THE JgSggiL PRESS PAGE THREfc. DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO liy DULCE MURRAY February 6, 1877 Policeman Bui'ch found seventy- one dollars, in small bills, scat- tered around on the sidewalk in front of Acheson's drug store, Sunday night. This morninj? he discovered the owner, who was a youuK man who had been on a little spree. Ho presented Mr. Bureh ten dollars as a token of his appreciation of the kindness rendered him. The police took in six more tramps at the sand house Sunday *i<rht and they appeared before the niavor this morninpr to receive their reward. The marshal! has organized a chain gang and henceforth impe- cunious violators of city ordi- nances will be made to enrn the U'rub they eat by the sweat of their brows. There is a general complaint from those doing business on this south side of Main street, be- tween Austin and Rusk avenues, of the filth and stench arising from the hog wallows. Main street should be ditched on each side, ■and suggest t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 February 1939

PAGE FOUM SOCIETY NOTES Ph iM Your Society N*wa t« Phone SOU Plea e DR. DOAK BLASSINGAME MARRIES IN INFORMAL SERVICE SATURDAY In an informal ceremony per- formed at the home of his par- ents iate Saturday night, Ur. Doal W. Biasainga'me, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Blassingame, 1217 VV. Gandy, took a his bride, Miss Helen Belle Shryock of Ft. Worth The impressive ring ceremony Sherman is district chairman. Mrs. B. McDaniel i* president of the lo al society. BRIEFS Mrs. C. W. Ganter, 125 West was read by the Rev. Minor Morton, is recovering from a Bounds, pastor of Waples Mem- serious illness of two weeks dura* orial church, in the presence of tiorv. the members of the immediate The regular meeting of the Denison Business and Profession- al Women's club will convene at 7 o'clock tonight instead of the usual meeting hour, on account of the Book Review at the Catho- lic academy which begins at 8. Oliver Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. I. Jackson, 831 W. Sears, |a student at T. S. T C. sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 February 1939

. : •• • WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Colder and partly cloudy today, Wednesday THE DENISON PRESS I cents Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, FEB. 7th, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1980—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 184 Pope Pius Calls Off Audiences Only Temporarily, Vatican Source Reveal# Today; Cardiac Asthma Is Cause Of Latest Pope Ailment Physician Keens Mum British Ask Surrender of Loyalist Base Episcopate To Be Received By Pope Saturday. 10th Anniversary of Treaty Spain Wishes Peace Loyalist Government Lead- er, Safe in France, Makes First Statement Since He Crossed Catalonia Border Feels Time Has Arrived Spanish Embassy in Paris to Harbor Azana; Seeks Me- diation by Other Nations |lv I Irs 1st til lie ho Ion Ion w ots VATICAN CITY, Feb. 7 (UP) —Pope Pius has temporarily sus- pended all audiences, it was an- nounced today. A high Vatican source said that he had suffered an attack of car- diac asthma yesterday and that a physician, hastily summoned, had administered a d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 February 1939

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, FEB. 7th, 1939 the denison press Established In 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of PubLcation 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government: t individual and civic integri ty; to individual and civic commercial progress. marks connected therewith were for the sole purpose of bringing the whole "horrid picture" before the people. His explanation that while other po- litical governors who used the coated lan- guage of diplomacy were foreign to him while he "came right out and dragged the ugly skeleton from the closet" may have satisfied some, but others will wonder still. However, there is still the fact that the words used by the governor in his ac- BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be giver ,'tion are susceptible to a meaning far dif- advertisers desiring blina addresses. jferent to that which he read to them Sun day. shut up, and like it! rates Acceptance authorized. for mailing as second-class matter SUBS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 February 1939

TUESDAY, FEB 7th, W39 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THRfc Petite Frances Langford Offers Her Slimming Aids MISS HUNT TO BE small and be called "pe- tite"' Is one thing. But to be short and called "chubby" la some- thing else. It Is the one problem of the diminutive sized girl—try- ing to keep her weight down. Prances Langford. charming young screen star, early In her career, found that diet and exer- cise would have to be- come an Im- portant part of her daily routine. Espe- cially in Hol- lywood. where the high-powered cameras of the motion picture industry pick up and exaggerate weight, it becomes necessary for actresses to give a great deal of attention to their figures. The dark-haired songstress nas organized an exercise and heauty routine for herself to which She adheres rigidly. Walking is one of the basic principles for good health, she believes. Whether you work on a movie set or in an of- fice. your body must have plenty of oxygen, and the only real way to get it is to get outsid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 February 1939

i'Aoe FOtJi THE DCNUPN PBI WEflOA*, fBfc'ftfi, ij?80 SOCIETY NOTES Pbons Your Society N wi to Phone IOC fliaw Miss Oppenheimer Guest of Alumni Of St. Xavier's District Meeting Oi Hipiscopai Diocese A district meeting of tile Dio- cese of the Episcopal church was held at St. Luke's church in Deni- son Monday. with representatives from Paris, Boiiiiam, Denton, Gainesville, Dallas and Shermai /Speaking before a capacity ciowd in the auditorium vt St. Xavier's academy Monday night. Miss Evelyn Oppenheimer of Dai- las, well known in Denison 'as ono of the most outstanding: readei'3 in attendance. in the southwest, gave a graphic The Rev. Norman Alter, rector description of the current best of the Church of the Holy Cross seller, "My Son, My Son," by the at Paris was the inspirational English literary critic, Howard speaker for the day, and others Spring. j spoke included, Mrs. Mitchell 'Miss Oppenheimer was intra- Lun^don, of Dal.as, diocesan pres- duced by Mrs. Clarence Wa.ker, idem, of...

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