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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 February 1939

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Colder today, warmer Thursday THE 35 cents Per Month M EM BER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 -NO. 185 Franco 'Kansas ! Pledges France lntiurgent Generalissimo has Promised French Envoy That Foreign Domination Will Not Be Seen, Spain i Will Not Join League of Nations Franco Demands That Close Check be Kept on Loyal- ist Refugees in f ranee * I " ■1 *' # PARIS, Feb. 8 (UP)—General- issimo Francisco Franco, Spanish nationalist leader, has given France a sweeping pledge against foreign domination int Spain, it was understood today. Senator Leon Berard, sent to Spain as a special envoy and des- tined to be ambassador to Spain if the nationalists win the war, returned to Paris today and re- ported at once to Premier Ed- ouard Deladier and Foreign Min- ister Georges Bonnet. It was understood that he had brought the following p'^dges, of greatest international ' iportance from General. Franco: 1 All forei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 February 1939

>ACt« TWO THE DENISOM PRESS WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8 1930 WE GROWING LIKE A WEED -THE PM6 THING SkTS BI6SE.R. V40 MATTEL WM^f X DC • 1" >rt.U — sow^ Co^fROt u'J *-uPr •' 1 WHAT OTHER EDS ARE THINKING THE DENISON PRESS Established In 15)30 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publ cation 607 West Main LABCt> Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic integrity; to individual anil si vie commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing as second-class authorized. matter BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be given i advertisers desiring blina addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week lor One Month 33c 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) $1.25 One Year by Ma.l (in advance) $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 par cent will be added on unpa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 February 1939

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6 1939 THE DENIS&N PRESS PAGE THBfe|> DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • • February 8, 1877 On the dissolution of the firm of Waterman:, Starr & Co., of this city, Charles Waterman went to New York to engage hi business there. Yesterday the employees of the old firm sent Mr. Water- man, by express, an elegant gold watch as a token of their kind re- membrance and esteem. The watch was purchased of Mr. Woodyard of this city, who ordered it from the north espec- ially for this occasion. It is an v) ilegant, full jeweled, Swiss time pieces, the works covered with a crystal face. The cases are mas- ! sive and in the latest style of I workmanship. 0>w the cap is en- ' graved "Presented to Charles | Waterman by his employes, Deni- son, Texas, Feb. 5, 1877." i There is no one who can better appreciatg such a handsome token 'of friurodship than Mr. Waterman, ■and he will prize it the more, com- ing as it does, from young men who have been with him so l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 February 1939

frAOt roum =£Si SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N«w to Phone 100 Ple*n« Reserve Officers Of Grayson County Organize R. O. A. The Grayson County chapter of the Reserve Officers' Association ■was organized at the regular meeting of the troop school at the S'nerman Civilian Conservation camp, Tuesday night. 1 Officers elected to head the as- sociation were Capt. V. W. Brat- ton, president; Major Earl D. Yar- cho, 1st vice president; 1st Lieut. John T. Massinuale, 2nd vice- pres.; 1st Lieut. J. T. Elder Jr., secretary and treasurer; Capt. Edward F. Etter, surgeon. Lieut. Burch, presided over the election which followed the regu- lar school of instruction at the camp. This organization will be affili- ated with the national organiza- tion of the same name, in the de- partment of Texas, and meetings will be held simultaneously with those of the troop school on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Officers attendeing from Dal- las included Major Roy >L. Schuy- ler, regular army ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 February 1939

*> WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy and unsettled today; colder Friday THE 35 cents Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 186 Loyalists To Make Decision To Fight or Surrender \m # o Bam Looked on Favorably By Most Of Affected Area, Writer Claims Power Issue Is Hottest Part Of >Fight; Phillips is Still Against the Giant (Project (Ed. Note: After complet- ing a series of stories dealing with- the feelings of people all through the affected area of the Red River dam project, Lorren Williams of the Okla- homa News, summed up a vis- it with all this area as fol- lows, with his story given on- ly in part). By LORREN WILLIAMS If construction of the $54,000,- 000 Denison dam should be put up to a vote in the four counties most closely affected, it is prob- able the project would be approv- ed by a considerable margin. That seems a fair prediction af- ter a survey of sentiment in- the area in an attempt t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 February 1939

PAG* TWO THg DENISON PRE33 TfftmsoAr, PES. cp THE DENISON PRESS Established In 1980 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive governim-nt to individual and civic Integrity: to individual ami oiVic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing an second-class matter authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week — One Month '5c Three Months (In advancal 90c Six Months (in advance* $1.75 One Year (in advance) __— $3.60 (Wthin Zone 1) S*x Months by Mail (in advance) $1.25 One Year by Mail (in advance) _ $2.00 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed m 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 data of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi.l be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS must be receive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 February 1939

DAY, FEB wwt 8 - r:' ^ V' is ' *' - _ I '.,. h i H - B3Y&ftswsm TItE DENISON PftESS for which occasion Denison chapr ter decided to invite a special vis- it from Miss Katie Dai'fun, of Ennis, ptute president of the Daughters of the Confederacy and Mrs. W. P. Lane of Fort Worth, state secretary. At the meeting the chapter accepted the lot in the park which had been alloted by the park association and de- cided to at once begin the im- provements contemplated, which will consist of the erection of a monument and the beautifying of the lot. Mrs. Romo WilRon, who has been a resident of the cjty for the past fifteen years, died at her home on Owings street last Sat- urday. The deceased was 31 years of age. The interment was at Fairview cemetery. NEW ENGLAND SPORT—This Is the season when the local David Harums harness chelr racing horses for contests on the ice. The scene above is on Beaver Lake. Derry, N. H., with an exciting race in progress. The racers have a straight-away track wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 February 1939

page fouh SOCIETY NOTES Pboae Your Society N«w« to Phon# 100 Pie*** TUB PlOTQlt PBBg THURSDAY, FEB.' 97 lSSfl Central P. T. A. features Music on -Wednesday Program Mrs. Jennie May Will Be Honored By Organization Mrs. Fred Parker, accomlishcci Musician and teacher of piano, was the principal speaker at tlie regular montnly meeting of the Central Ward Parent Teacher association in the school auditori- um Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Parker was introduced by 'Mrs. W. G. 'Langston, chairman of the program committee. "Music in the Public Schools" was the subject of the interesting talk given by Mrs. Parker, an-i the subsequent program given by the pupils of the several ward schools, proved her statement that music in the public schools was an important unit of the regular curriculum. Mrs. Parker said that to some children music is more important than any other subject, and in us much as it is a 'means by which u child of school age can learn about different instruments, about the works of g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 February 1939

© i ■ i ■ ■ rnmaymmm WEATHER denison and vicinity Colder today and Saturday: generally fair THE DENISON PRESS 35 cents Per Month member of the united press DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEB. lOtli, 193lJ WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 187 Pacelli Convokes World Conclave of Cardinals DEATH AND SUFFERING FOLLOW IN WAKE ZERO WEATHER 11 Lives Lost In Rockies No Letup of Bad Weather is Seen by Weather Experts Fdr Several Days; Ohio Valley Hard Hit Today Worst Storm Buffets Utah Light Snow Touches in Ok- lahoma and Texas; South- west Feels Frigid Blast* • EQ o By United Press Sub-zero weather brought death and suffering as blizzards raked the midwest and far west, today. Meterologists held little hope of a let up for several days. Eleven persons lost their lives On the west slope of the Rocky mountains i'ti one frigid wave that Was to be followed tomorrow by Another out of Alaska. Simul- taneously a frigid blast sweeping eastward from the Rockies re- placed recent mild weather with th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 February 1939

THE DENISON PRESS Established In 19S0 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic intetyr ty; to individual am civic commercial progress Aoceptai.ce for mailimt u* second-olasa mattei authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Benuon Press wil b< g advsrtissrs desiring blina addresses. SUBSCRIPTION HATES On« Week —• One Month — .... '•r'1 Three Months (In advance I 90. Six Months (in advance! — $1.7.r One Year (in advance) $3.51 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in aovance) ?12.r One Year by Mail (in advance) $2.0( CHARGE ACCOUNTS am acceptable from persom having telephone listed in their own name and up on agreeing to remit wnen bill ia presented. 1« 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. w> be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS must be received by 10:00 a m. in order to avoid puolicatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 February 1939

the denison press % v 3 ■? 'A-1% "if | 1 ffiSiJa'SmsraMsi U«*«3g ■Kb-' " It'ia,- IS: NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA %;0- §f§t&^ I |jp I 1 I A REAL WELCOME YOU'LL FIND A REAL OLD FA- SHIONED WELCOME IN DENISON . .... HUNDREDS OF YOUR OLD FRIENDS ARE HERE AND THE REST OF US ARE ANXIOUS TO BE- COME YOUR FRIENDS. CHIEF OF POLICE DISHNER HAS STATED THAT CARS OF FARMERS VISITING DENISON WILL NOT BE TAGGED FOR OVERTIME PARK- ING. TOP PRICES FOR PRODUCE CITIZENS OF DENISON, HEADED BY MAYOR CLARENCE SCOTT, ARE ASSURING FARMERS THAT TOP PRICES WILL BE PAID FOR YOUR PRODUCE HERE. EVERY EFFORT IS BEING MADE TO MAKE YOUR VISITS TO DENISON PROFITABLE AS WELL AS ENJOYABLE. BRING IN YOUR PRODUCE TODAY DENISON STORES ARE VALUE CENTERS FOR EVERYONE YOU'LL FIND LOWEST PRICES ON STAPLE MERCHANDISE AND HUN- DREDS OF BARGAINS DAILY. FRIENDLY MERCHANTS WEL- COME YOU TO VISIT THEIR STORES-COME IN AND VISIT THEM AND SEE THE REAL BUYS IN DENISON. THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS FIRMS EXTEND A HEARTY WELCOME TO FA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 February 1939

POU* THE 0ENISON PRESS FRIDAY, iFEff. l'Oth, 1^9 „ — . ' DENISON 62-58-35 YEARS AGO by DULCE MURRAY February 10, 1877 Lieut. V. W. Greeloy arrived from the north yesterday and will .start west to inspect the gov- ernment telegraph line, in a few- days. The stranger seen in our city Wednesday ol' whom mention was made as resembling Theodore Til- ton, proved to be H. A. Sceva, wholesale and retail dealer in pi- anos, of Dallass. John Phier, editor of the Bon-- ham News, was in the city a few hours yesterday. He had been to Sherman to listen to Tilton and came over' to Denison for a change of air. He was disap- pointed in Tilton, and now wants to hear Mr. Beecher. A dog, which many people- said was mad, made his appear- unce on Main street this morning and the police gave him a lively chase, shooting him twice, but his tvogship finally managed to escape. The dog would snap at every ob- ject he passed and some say he bit two or three other dogs. Whether he was rabid or' rot, it will fee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 February 1939

■ FRIDAY, FEB. 10th,. 19S9 .. . THE DENISON PRESS PAGE FIVE HISTORY OF DENISON IS OUTLINED BY WLW SKETCH; SALUTE TO U. S. CITIES ) p. '> " I. * (Ed Note: The following is practically ver batim the tribute to Denison given recently over radio station W'LW at Cincinnati. Extfept for song titles and other minor details, the program is giv- en fts it was presented. Data was compiled by the Chamber of Com- merce and other parties). "Good evening, everyone!. . . . And hearty greetings to you citi- zens of Denison, Texas! It :s indeed a pleasure fco visit this prosperous and growing city which is locsited just a few miles from t'he Oklahoma border in the North- western part of Texas. Denison has often been referred to as one of the brightest spots on the Na- tion's business maps. There are several reasons for this. Deni- son, in addition to being in the midst of a general area enjoying peak business volume, is a city of diversified industry. Denison Is an agricultural city in the rich R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 February 1939

PAGE SIX THE BianSON PRESS FRIDAY, FES. 10th, 1939 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your 8oclety N«w* to Phone 100 Please American Cafe Will Hold Open House Saturday Ella Mae Keith O'Brien Reads Satire On Washington Society Outstanding among the enter- tainment features offered Deni- aon audiences this season, was the appearance, Thursday night, of Ella Mae Keith O'Brien, of Dallas, in a dramatic interpretation of the currently popular play, "First Lady." Mrs. O'Brien, who came to Denison at this time, under tfce euspices of Circle No .1 of the Waples Memorial Missionary so- ciety, was introduced last night by Miss Jane Gill. Miss Gill pn:d a to Brien, who is one of the outstand*. in)? dramatic readers of the South. I _ Captain Lucius D. - n Always identified with her famous| change of the Red River Dam son, Davey O'Brien, of Texas project and Captain James H. Christian University, Mrs. O'Brien . Stratton who has recent.y come has won laurels of 'her own, but ^ Denison to assist in the purvey ct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 February 1939

Tr ^ artST.'V WEATHER UtNlSON AND vicipw* © J „ Generally fair today and Sunday THE DEN1SON PRESS f Sr? MEM B E R OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO! 188 Everyday DENISON J ESCAPE JUST AS TANKER BREAKS UP CHATHAM, Mass., Feb. 11 before the tank'er broke to pieces. (UP)—-The last 20 officers and The tanker was bound from Port seamen of the wrecked tanker Arthur, Tex., to Providence R. 1. Lightburne clam'bered to safety Sixteen members of the crew down rope ladders onto the deck had been taken, off earlier aboard V ut the coast guard cutter, Camp- j a coast guard surf boat, and land- bell, today, only a few minutes ed at Block Island. The final ■ i. ' ■ j rescue was completed without a ( casualty, while the grounded, bat- jtered tanker tossed heavily, threa- tening at any moment to collapse and to swamp the coast guard cut- ter. The Lighburne, a 417 foot ves. !sel of the Texas company, load- ed with 72,000 barrels of gas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 February 1939

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publ cation 007 West Main the denison press SATOnfiAVr-fEB. 11, 1089 ►fiolgftf )LAHCT> Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic intetrrty; to individual ami civic commercial progress Acceptance for inailinit us second-class authorized. matter BOX NUMBERS, Care Denmon 1 r< s will be iriven advertisers desiring blino address*^ SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week - — - - One Month 35c Three Months (In advance! 80c 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 i (in advance) >2.00 OhTiiGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed .n weir own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 1" 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 same day...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 February 1939

SA1 )AY, PBB; 11, 1989' DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCR MURRAY February 11, 1877 The Shenfian Courier, in reply to the expressed wish of the Gainesville Gazette, that a direct ma 1 line be established between Gainesville and Denison, asks with consid era ble self-importance "What hfis the Kovernment to do with this matter?" and then coolly adds that the government has provided all necessary mail facil- ities between Denison and Gaines- ville by daily line via Sherman! That Courier man is eceedingly £jsmart, isn't he? He says he "can see no sense to the government doubling its expenses for mail ser- vices from Denison to Gaines- ville.' That man ought to leave civilization find live the remainder of his days with the Apaches. Somehow, those time-servers of Sherman have got it in their heads that all North Texas revolves around the coun'y seat of Gravson county, with the court house steeple as a pivot. It is of course no advantage to the people be- tween Denison and the extreme we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 February 1939

PAGE rou* THE pumao* rvm SATU'RDAY, FEB. II; 198^-; SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N«wa to Phone 100 Please MRS. O'BRIEN READS FOR CLUB MEETING AT CARL WILSON HOME "Spring Meeting," a delight- ful p.ay by M. G. Ferrell and J0V.11 Perry, which opened in New York nix weeks ago after an outstand- ing success in London was read for the Monodrama club Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Carl Wilson, 1103 W. Walker. Mrs. O'Brien, who has read for the Monodrama club for two sea- sons, and has been presented in •. ,v~- Mrs. Roy Wilson Honored With A Surprise Shower I Jack Benny, noted radio and As a beautiful tribute to Mrs. screen comedian, is pictured Kitty Holden Wilson, organist at above as he appears in his cui- the St. Joseph's Catholic church, rent hit "Artists and Models Markets 10 FORT WORTH, Tex., Feb. (UP) — (US DA) —Livestock: the St. Joseph's Catholic church, rent hit "Artists and Moae;s Cattle 800; calves 400; active the members of St. Joseph's par- Abroad" whidh is schedul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 February 1939

MM iWVWhiWjkdit WEATHER HPTT DENISON AND VICINITY 1 Ml Fair today and tomorrow; 1 1 1 cooler J*.. <JJL E OENISON PRESS 35 cents Per Month MEMBER OF 1 HE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, FEB. 13th, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL 5—NO. 189 Future of German Jews Presented to 32 Nations SCOUT CANVASS BEGINS TUESDAY Canvassing of Denison business firms and individuals will start Tueday by scout leaders here to raise the local $1,800 pro rata of Everyday DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON • © Perhaps you know the party ana ca.ii help us out: R. H. Spears, 617 East Morton street, has received a letter from J. E. Barnes, Rt. 1, Pendleton S. C., asking for in- formation about his father, J. C. (Coon) Barnes, whom he visited in Denison four years ago. The Carolinian says he hasn't heard from his father in these four years and wants to know his whereabouts. Anyone who knows of him or his whereabouts should see Mr. Spears or this correspon- dent ... A thousand telephone calls came into WF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 February 1939

I PAQS TWO THE DENISON PRESS Established tn 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication 607 West Main THE DKNISON PRWS --MeNBiWrf'torm, 1989 m Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic ln'eitrty: to individual ami eivie commercial progress Acceptance for mailing as second-class matter authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Week 10r One Month —— 35c Three Months (In advance! — 90c Six Months (in advancej $1.76 One Year (in advance) $3.50 # (Wthin JEone 1) Six Months by Mail (in auvance) ................ $1.25 One Year by Ma.l (in aavance) $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 insert: on. CLOSING, HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi be published the same day. .CAN...

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