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

THURSDAY, March 2, 1939 THE DENISON PRHS3 PAGE THREE M 9 r 1 V* DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO liy IJULCE MURKAY • fc March 2, 1877 Mr. Kniffin stated to the city council, in session, thai: the com- mittee authorized to collect sub- scriptions for the subsidy to the R.R.&G|R. railroad, has as yet only succeeded in collecting about $20,000, and suggested the pro- priety of releasing the property of said railroad corporation from taxation for a sertain number of years to mke up the deficiency be- tween amount promised and' the amount subscribed. J. L. Barton, who purchased the Dallas Herald printing establish- ment, has assumed .control of the paper. James B. Simpson, the late editor, started yesterday for Georgia bearing the flag which Dallas presented: the governor it) honor of Georgia having the larjr est democratic vote for president in the late election. While the band belongiflg to thr Heywood Brothers, was playng or Main street, a team belonging to Mr. Carlisle took fright and ...

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

•y' . . ■ iliiBifiMi WttPlUpOW FM t B« SOCIETY NOTES F!wm Your Society Nawv to Phooe 00 Pleas* Girl Reserves Will Sponsor Style Show The annual Spring style show, iponsored each year by member* of the Givl Reserve club will be Youthful Driver Creates Sensation With Miniature Car Markets Denison Group Will Attend World Fellowship Meeting- Accompanied by their pastor, the Kev. Ben F. Hearn, several young people from the Firs- «.* "Vnrr £ ss^-ssj -3M' guests. Dresses fior morning and The nleeting> which is to be in evening wear; town and sports ^ ^ E1Uottj statc clothes will be modeled by mem- young people's worker, will open bers of the group. The public wUh & banquet at the church at invited to attend. 6:30 Friday evening. The gen- Group Meeting. eial theme of tho religious pro- Mrs. E. E. Rogers was tn- gr«m will be "Thy Kingdom guest speaker for the joint mee.-! (,ome„ and the pr|ncipal speak- ing of the senior and sophomore f he DCCasion wiu be a rc- appropriate groups and ...

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

St J! HER O. lang" WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today and Saturday The denison press DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month REM BE R OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930— DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 205 Pope Urges Good Will in Plea For World Peace Mystery Slaying In OklahomaCity OKLAHOMA, CITY, Okla, March 3 (UP)—The parents of 13-year- old Haseltcen Black returned home last night and iound her murdered She had been lying on the floor of the (Mining room, reading the comics in a newspaper spread out in front of her. Someone had ap- proached from behind and smash ed her head with a club. The mur- derer had then strangled her with a cord, which he left around her Everyday DENISON LOUIS By ANDERSON Figuring: the old adage about counting to ten when you are about to curse a blue screak. By that time you might figure out better cuss words to use in place of the original . . . The world as a whole was glad to see the election of Pacelli as...

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

-' -:;?"'"1-*"' ^3 :i*:f'! mm-w4r- t*g THE DENISON PRESS TUB PBWBON FMBB Established in 1980 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication 007 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 «-■ second-class matter authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care beiiU.m p. « ■! he gi <ti advertisers desiring blinu addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week - — — ' One Month — 3« Three Months (In advanc« SOi; Six Months (in advance) #1.7,r> One Year (In advance) — $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in ovance) Jl--; One Year by Ma 1 (in aavance) T $2.0ti CH ARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person.- having telephone listed n their own name and \ji> on agreeing to remit wnun bill is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from datu of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi be published the same (lay. CANCEL...

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

Friday; march s; %m Conceal That Cold With Deftly-Applied Cosmetics By JACQUELINE HUNT gpw ; - M1SH HUNT 1I/E HOPE you are lucky in Jan- * uary - but If vou are like most of us. you Bie pretty sure to catch at least one bad cold during this blustery month We do not pretend t,o be a med- ical expert, but there are a few beauty meas- ures you can take to make life bearable until you can get rid of it. Ofcourse the wisest thing you can do is to follow v o u r doctor's advice and go to bed at the first sign of a cold and stay there until vou feel better. If vou can do this you may be able to sleep it off in a day or so. If you cannot go to bed when vou feel a cold coming on. do the next best thing and try today s hints. You will look a great deal better than vou feel while your throat is sore, head aching and nose stuffy. First, conceal the fact that youi nose is red and do not let it shine If you have a waterproof summer foundation lotion on hand, you will find it ideal to use at thi.v...

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

TBI HtWttOH ?Mtt FRIDAY, MAfiCH 8, 1959 SOCIETY NOTES PImm JTour Society Nam to Phon* 100 Plaaae MRS. RAY PEELER NEW PRESIDENT GRAYSON-FANNIN CO. TEXAS EXES Mrs. Ray Peeler of Bonham was elected president of the Grayson-Fannin County Club, of the Texas University ex-students association, at the annual dinner meeting of the organization Thursday night, at the Hotel Deni- son. Mrs. Peeler served during the preceding year as vice presi- dent. Other officers elected for the 1989-40 term include, Ed Eikel, of Sherman, 1st vice- president, Charlie Lockhart, Deni. bon, 2nd vice president; and the following- three secretaries and treasurers; Dr. Don Freeman, Denison; Mrs. Rachel Bell, Howe; and 'Roy Fletcher, Bonham. Judge Suggi Speak# "What a University Knows About the Government," was the theme of the address Riven by the Hon. J. T. Susgs, Jr., ji Ige of the 59th District Court, wh<> was the principal speaker of the evening. Mr. VSuggs, In a very able manner, gave the highlight.1 of...

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

lC*-< lY WEATHER DENISON AND VltlNlTY Cloudy and colder today and Sunday THE '■ ■ * DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month MEMBER O FT HE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, MAR. 4, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1M0-DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 206 Suspects Killer Was F rail Person FR Faces Congress Germany Seeks To Regain Foreign Trade; Hitler Instructs Schacht to DEFENSE — General Phillipp* Berthomet, commander of tne forces in Tunisia, where Franca has set up Mareth defense line on Libyan border. General Berfhomet directed building of the line. Denisonian Is Hurt While Trimming Tree Katy Executive in Denison for Conference With Gal- lagher; Express is Feated I.. (). Head, of New York, presi- dent of the Railway Express agency, Inc., will be among sev- eral officials of the company to speak in a coast-to-coast broadcast of the Mutual Broadcasting sys- tem this afternoon in observance of Railway Express day at San Francisco's Golden Gate Interna- tional exposition. The program, to originate fr...

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

SATURDAY; MAR. 4, 1989 THE DENISON P1UBB H H. Co ram in® Am Pmhor CUMMINS * PEARSON \ttorneys-at-I41w Security Building: Phone 420 DenUon, Tm. B Business Opportunities WHENEVER HE OPENS HIS MOUTH WANTEI>—Men to train for tuna Land appraisers. Only men 25 to 55 considered. Real estate appraisers earn $200 to $300 monthly. Farm or building ex perience valuable. Write, giv ing phone. Weaver Appraisal Service, Box 125, Denison, Tex- as. 205-31 THE DENISON PRESS EatablUhed In 1980 Telephone No. 800 Offics of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Bccept Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to todiviiieal and civic integrity; to individual and crWe eetumercial progress. Acu«lrta«ce for mailing as second-class authorized. matter ■OX NUMBER#, Care Denison Press will be given adwMveis desiring blind addresses. ________ —- — Que Week I''1' Oae Month —— 3;h' Three Months (In advance! ... * UOc Six Months (in advance* $1.7:" 6ue Year (in advance) $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Month...

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

SAfrtmDAt, MAR. 4, 1939 f THE PENT5QN PRBSg page three DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By 1>ULCE MURRAY fex. so- lus In- be- fys her |dy w Ml Iks, I I" ST. lest. |lrv in fcalo ■el? mid March 4, 1877 Quite a stampede was occasioned at the matinee at No an hall to- day, but the burning out of one of the flues, in the building. The smoke poured into the room through the windows and at firs' it waa thought by some the build- ing was on fire and there was quite a rush for the open air. For- tunately no one was hurt. Alt the adjourned meeting of the city council, on motion of Coun- cilman Pick, an ordinance was passed exemptng the R.R. & G. R. railway from taxation for five years. The Ladies' Benevolent society was organized November 27, 1876 and has held regular meetings thf first and third Tuesdays in each month. The membership numbers twenty-five. Total amount of cash received from all sources up to Feb. 27, .1877, $172.9: . Disburse- ments $04.55. Balance on hand, $108.40. The socie...

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

MARRIAGE OF FORMER DEN1SONIAN AND EL PASO GIRL IS ANNOUNCED ■Mr. and Mis. M. G. Cox, 2' I West Gaudy, are announcing the marriage of their son Charles Cox, to Miss Doi\>thy Peters, daugh- ter of Mi\ and Mrs. P. D. Peters, of El Paso. present and the meeting •closed wil'h a prayer by Mrs. Agnes Fleming. Bouquet Bracelets The marriage was solemnized in i p i Qfn TVlP an informal ceremony at the. Lend LrlamOdl 10 1116 home of the bride's parents Wed- Spring' EvGlling' DreSS nesday evening, with the Re*'. Simms, pastor of the Asbur.v 'Methodist church officiating. Mr. Cox was reared in Denison and graduated from the Denison high school. He also attended North Texas State Teacher's Col- lege at Denton. While a high school student, he was a member of the Yellow Jackets and at one thne captain of the football team. For the past several years he has been teacher and coach at the Bowie high school in El Paso. Mrs. Cox was reared in El Hand yourself a bit of spring It isn't titoe yet to bu...

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

IV '-f m* m WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy and warm today, Tuesday THE DENISON PRESS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month ! ME MB E R OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 207 1 rz -sss "Independence Or Death" Plan Pledged By Loyals Roosei'elt Calls Lahorite Parley WASHINGTON, March 6 (UP) .begin conferences designed to -—President Roosevelt today had-i bring peace in their three-year called representatives of the AFL struggle for supremacy. and CiO to meet at the White: Mr. lioosevelt will participate in House at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday to the meeting as will Secretary of Labor Perkins. He is expected 0 © 'to re'terate appeal he made — ~ ■; week ago to CIO president John L. Lewis and AFL president Wil- liam Green—that the warring 1 bor factions signs a peace pact ; and unify under one banner for the common good of the people I Everyday DENISON LOUIS Bv ANDERSON D .. „ £ and the country. Sorry to hear of the accid...

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

THE DENISON PRESS LOCKEL OUT CUMMINS & PEARSON \ttorneys-ot-Law Security Building Phone 420 Deniaon, Tex. That Na^in^, Backache May Warn of Di ord«rrd j Kidney Action f Mo4«ra ill* with tia hurry and wvrr/ TOE DENISON PRESS Established In 1030 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publ cation 607 West Main LJNIOl .ADl I Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic integr.ty; to individual and civic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailinit as second-class matter authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blino addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week One Month ',r,c Three Months (In advance I 90c Six Months (in advance) — - $1.75 One Year (in advance) - $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in snvance) $1.26 One Year by Ma.l (in advance) $2.00 CH ARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their own name and up on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 1" per cent will be...

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

MONDAY, MARCH 6,1989 DENISON pres." PAGE rufijct DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By I>ULC£ MURRAY * 1 W March 6, 1877 A. Uhlig made u bet with U. I,. Modie that Hayes and Wheek-r would Lie elected president and vice-president of the United State;. The wageT was an $18.00 pair of boots. On being- convinced th<it Tilden and Hendricks were honest- ly elected :by the people, Mr. Uh- l:g paid the bet regardless of what the decision of the "high joint" might be. How many re- publicans are there in Denison of the same .stripe as Mr. Uhlig. Allthough Tilden and Hendricks were elected by the people, Hayes and Wheeler wei;e declared elected and took their seats as president and vice-president of the United States. The flagstaff over the posto.f- fice building fell to the ground today, striking a negro on the shoulder and causing considerable excitement. Hayes was nominated for presi- dent on Friday. The eight-to- seven stole the electoral votes on Friday. They stole the Louisiana electoral v...

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

: ham I,MW;,...,,;L MDWDAf, : SOCIETY NOTES Phona Your Society Navra to Phone S00 PImkw LUCILLE K IRK LAM D BECOMES BRIDE OF GLENN ROSCOE STORY SATURDAY In a quiet informal ceremony, performed at the Calvary Baptist church Saturday evening, Miss Lucille Kirkland, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Kirkland and coming of Mrs. Franklin D. Koosevelt, to lecture in Shertnan March 11. Musical numbers interspersing the readings were given by Mi:>s Glenn Roscoe Story, son of Mr. j Marie Arthur, who saw?: "Morn and Mrs. Guy Story, were united in marriage by t'he Rev. L. R. Lamb, pastor of the Calvary Bap tist church. The rinj ceremony was per- tformed before the alter banket1 with green ferns and lighted with tall cathedral tapers in floor can- delabra. The wedding music was furnished by Mrs. Rodney Holder, who played, "Love's Dawn", and "Oh Promise Me." The bride, dressed in an early spring ensemble of fuchsia, with black accessories, and wearing a corsage of sweetpeas, was attend, c-d by h...

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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today and Wednesday DENISON PRESS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month Kf E M B E R OF T HE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 207 Spanish Defense Council Seeks EarlyPeace Parley LABORITES GATHER IN WASHINGTON FOR FR's CONFERENCE IffU* loriH luctti vith ■m ]hc |ia- llie Ihf fry Ihis % to Iro- fom ?6t Itflto |d ay a.I Job Perkins Sits In On Meet Six Members of CIO and AF L Begin Conferences This Afternooh to Iron Out La- bor Troubles in U. S. A. 10,000 Gallons of Gas Go Up in Flames Four Reasons For Confab mm mmm The careless striking of a match by a boy sitting in the cab of the Labor Secretary Says Out- truek which wa? loading gas at the look for Labor Peace Ske'.ley wholesale storage tank, Seems To Be "Good" Now Durant, caused the loss of 10,000 gallons of gas and endangered WASHINGTON, March 7 (UP) !the livos of the lad and the d.river —Committees representing the i °f the tru...

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

THE DENISON PRESS Established In 1 80 Telephone No. S00 Office of Publication 607 West Main rMSJ£> Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic integrity; to individual and civic commercial progress. Acceptance fur mailing as secotid-clasg authorized. matter BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. ~ SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week l"r' One Month Soc Three Months (In advance! 90c Six Months (in advance) J1.76 One Year (in advance) _— ...... J3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) 11-25 One Year by Mail (in advance) $2.00 CHARGE ACCOUNTS ar« acceptable from persons having telephone listed :n their own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. II 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;i be published the same dap. CANCELLATIONS must be received by 10:00 a. m. in order t...

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

irtjESDAY, MARCH 7, 1939 THE DENISON PRESS DEN1SON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE AIURItAY • 0 March 7, 1877 Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock Elander Keithly, aged fourteen years, son of John Keithly, resid- ing at Bond street and Houston avenue, met with a serious acci- dent. He went into the timber near his home for the prupose of cutting wood, when the axe, be- coming entangled in some vines, struck his left leg, inflicting a ser- ious wound and fracturing the bone. Doctors Williams and Wood were called, who removed the fragments of bone and splintered the leg. The boy was consider- ably weakened by loss of blood and suffered much pain, but the wound is not considered dangesous. Unless complications sot in, the patient will soon be able to walk. The county commissioners should have the gas extended up in the dome of the court house so that the city clock may be of service by night as well as by day. —Sherman Register. Another proposition is to erect a tower, at the expense of the co...

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

L0 fovk thf irnmtrm nam TUESDAY, MARCH t 193 SOCIETY NOTES PhoM Your Society N«w« to Phon* t(IO Pl«as« Church Groups Have Luncneon Meeting* Monday ing and Cooperatives." A round table discussion parti cipated in by all members pre ere, lm^iudea such subjects as suiance, Bui.ding and Loan asso- ciations, Banks, City Zoning, Med- Coveied dish luncheons were held by each of the three mission- j ;caj insurance and socialized 'Medi- ary groups of the First Christian 1 cine. church Monday, preceding their | committee was named to regular study periods and devo- work jn cooperation with commit- tional services. The Modern Martha group met with Mrs. I. S. Walton, 600 W. Crawford, and Mrs. H. C. Furdy conducted the devotional lesson. Her subject was "We Would See Jesus Concerning Money," fend dealt principally with stewardship in the church. Mrs. M. B. Morgan, is chairman of the circfe. Twenty-four mem- bers were present. Mrs. F. E. Kent, 1331 W. Bond, was hostess to members of the Priscilla...

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

. *** n p> si- fit, bin >t, nd Iin ho. pd. ru- -tf '' ■ iM ■■ 1 WEATHER DENISON AMD VICINITY Partly cloudy, warmer today and Thursday THE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month Ki E M BE R OF THE UNITE PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WEDNES., MARCH 8, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930-DAILY 1934 fOL -NO 208 Madrid Rebels Give Up Ultimatum Given B' General Miajfi Has Effect on Com- munists; Council Troops Break Through Barricade Attack At Dawn Today Consular Offices Notified the Trouble No Longer Grave In Madrid With Surrender MADRID, March 8 (UP) — Many communist rebels against: the republican defense council sur- ( rendered today, it was understood, after an ultimatum had given them until noon to capitulate. KATY CELEBRATES FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY A double anniversary is being;employes magazine is entering its celebrated this month by employes twenty fifth year of publication. !of the MJK-T. lines. The emblem, j In January, 1889, officers of the • so oroud.y < displayed on engine ! railroads, whose...

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

THE DEN WON PRESS THE DENISON PRESS Established In 1980 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication 807 West Main I A fi f . _ ' Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government, to individual and civic lniegr.ty; to individual ami civic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing as second-class mattei authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blinu addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week - 10r One Month '5c Three Months (In advance I .— 90c Six Months (in advance* $1.75 One Year (in advance) $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in <ivance) $1-25 One Year by Ma 1 (in advance) $2.00 OH\RGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed .n their own name and up on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 1" ;er 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 oar. CANCELLATIONS must ne received by 10:00 a...

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