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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 March 1939

FRIDAY, Hflimn 81, 1939 IX. :cr u* All ks, throwing oat the driver, but in- juring him ftpjy alphtly. They then eqntinucd on Chair way and collided with a movers outfit in front of the Headlight saloon, piling pelhnell o,ver three cows and becoming- so tangled in their own harness that they had to be rut loose before they could rise. Both horses were badly hurt a1- were ulso a couple of cows. S. ,S. Clark. r>f this city, has had patented a new kind of wire tight- ener, of his own invention, which is much' superior to anything of the kind before used in the con- struction of barbed wire fence. Mr. Clark wiil soon commence tho manufacture of his patent on an extensive scale. March 31, 1904 At the medal contest given by the W. C. T. U., at Waples Me- morial church last night, the fol- lowing named boys and girls were the contestants, Dean Burget, Ray McNutty, Lyal McElvaney, Bessie Murphy, Hazel Senders Margaret Nagle. Irene Cooper, Charles Nelms, Irvin Crotty. Katy White- hurst, My...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 March 1939

TH1 DUfUKXR FRtPAY, MARCH 51, in tli ei m <*i <y\ dt fi p* b« U! w fi. le D m hi 15 fi N <#. K C! tb r: 11 li n a a b t i . T t a s a *S ; pv r *) r i i t 1 i SOCIETY NOTES PhoM Your Society Nawa to Pfcom 100 P1«*m Special Service Walpes Church Friday Night The Kev. F. N. Talbot, of Pilot Point, wiiu is conducting a pre- Eastcr service at the Wapitis Memorial church, will preach a special service tonight at 7:30 on "The Prodigal Son." Services are being held each day at 111 and 7:30, except Mon- day and Saturday, and everybody, regardless of their denominational affiliations, are invited to attend. Vhe Rev. Talbot will continue the service through next week. Rev. Minor Bounds, is pastor of the Waples church, and is assist- ing the visiting minister. Woodman Circle Members Return Miss Grace Vinnedge. Prizes for the most comical costumes were awarded to 'Mrs. Prestage and Jim West, and Mrs. Prestage al- :,o received a special gift from fel- low club members. A dance program f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 August 1940

m / WEATHER DENISON AND VICINfTY Fair and continued Warm Thursday and Friday THE DENISON rUBLTSHED DAILY, iZCCBPT SUNDAY YOUR HOMEOWNER DAILY NEWSPAPER 85c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURS., A;UG. 1st, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 3* _____ Human Element Blamed When 41 Die In Wreck JAPS THREATEN RETALIATION ON GAS EMBARGO "SURMOUNT" ANY OBTACLE, NIPPON SAYS IN REPLY f TOKIO, August 1—In what is called a new order of things in which Japan will "tolerate no in- j terference and will surmount all1 obstacles" is taken as a threat to i the United Stutei following plac-' ing embargo on shipments of gaso- ■ line to Japan. EVERYDAY DENISON Don't be surprised if taxi com- panies here come out with an an The act of President Roosvelt, it nouncement shortly they are 100 is declared, will "kill two birds P« cent union. Labor organiza- with one stone," in that it will tions are trying hard to sign the cut off gasoline supply from Eu- boys up, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 August 1940

TAQE TWO THE DENISON PKKS8 THE DENISON PRESS Established tn 1 1« Telephone No. 100 Office of Publication 807 W. Mais LeROY M. ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON . City Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland New* paper Representatives, Inc., Wriyley Building, Chi tago, ill. . Dedicated to clean and responsive goveruwen ; to Individual and civic integrity; to individual anr civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denieon l*r«i will b< (tvi i advertibers desiring blind ad dr eases. SUBSCRIPT ION BATES One Week , _ Oue Month ... . Three Months (in advance) .... Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) . _ l i _ lit _ 90i *1.7* $3.61 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from peraom having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill «U presented. 10 per :ent will be added on unpaid private account# iit r 30 daya from date of first inser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 August 1940

THURS., AUG. 1st, 1940 *• THE DENISON PRJCSa r' DENLSON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY August 1, 1878 .Tuesday morning the following notice was posted on the door leading to the Drovers & Planters bank: Public Notice: At a meet- ing of the directors this morning it was decided to put ths hank in liquidation. The directors feel confident that no loss will be sus- tained by the yositors. By or- der of the BoafJ of Directors, July 30, 1878. Monday certifi- cates of acceptance issued fiy the bank were sent to the First Na- tional bank for collection. They were presented, and payment re- fused for want of funds. There >was money enough in the bank to meet them, but It would have left no surplus to meet the checks of depositors. In the evening a meeting of the directors was call- ed and Mr. Slater, the president, resigned, in hopes that by a change in officers assistance could be secured. This, however, prov- ed ineffectual, and so it was decided to put the bank in liquida- tio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 August 1940

THE DENISON PRESS **AGHC POLE TIIURS., AUG. 1st, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phon« Tour SoeUty New« To 100 Ethel Alexander Bride Of William J. Mathis Miss Ethel Alexander, daughtef of Mrs. J. M.'Alexander, 606 W. Chestnut, was married to Willium James Mathis, of Birmingham, Ala., son of J. A. Mathis of Los Angeles, in an informal cevemony performed at the Presbyterian manse Wednesday night. The Rev. James E. Spivey, pas- tor of the church officiated with the dpuble ring ceremony. The couple was unattended. The bride wore a navy triple sheer with white trim, and her accessories were navy. They left immediately, after the marriage service for points in (Oklahoma. They will visit the bride groom's brother, W. F. Mathis in Okmulgee, and will also stop in Oklahoma City. They will return to Denison for a brief stay, then go to Selma, Ala., where they will be guests of Mrs. Mathis' two sisters, Mrs. Robert Simmons and Mrs. Russell Powell, then go on to Birmingham to live. Mrs. Mathis ig a graduate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 August 1940

nfgmm rj\\ WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and continued warm Friday and Saturday, THE DENISON PUBLISHED DAILY, except SUNDAY YOUR HOMjE-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER 35c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, AUG. 2nd, 1900 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 35 Panama Canal Zone Shown Infested With Spies England Showered By Nazi Fliers With Tons i Peace Plea Leaflets M:.' - PEOPLE RECEIVE PEACE TALK WITH INDIFFERENT AIR Contractors Erect Hospital At Damsite gle to spread Nazi propaganda among the British people was dis- * %■ m, playied last night when instead of m I DEATH ROLL LC(N!D0N, Aug. 2—A new an-; dropping bombs, the Nazi fliers dropped propaganda pamphlets for peace. The propaganda was showered in a section in the southeastern part of the country and con- tained what is called the last ap- peal of Hitler for peace, which speech was also placed on records and broadcast for several days af- ter it was delivered. The people of England are al- read...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 August 1940

TAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS •; I. M- THE DENISON PRESS E t iblUhad In 1011 Telephone No. *08 Of fie* of Publication 807 W. Mail LeROY M. ANDERSON Editor LeRJOY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON 4 City Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager quarters w^iere larife business industries port off all as this defense pro- is being asked to speed u>p on the move Kram is to cost more allJ toward defense in this country—it took a more and everyone will have to pay his share of it in some fash- sudden irripact of that kind to bring to th<; ion or other. Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland New«w paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigioy Building, Chi' cago, III. i. _ Dedicated to clean and renponsive guvernmen J ho individual and civic integrity; to individual anc* civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Pre « will b* giv> i advertisers desiring blind addretaea. SUBSCRlPflOM SATES One Week l t Otie Month .. |tc Three M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 August 1940

FRIDAY, AUG. 2nd, 190T) ri IM 1 \i DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY jAugmt 2, 1878 The council last night made some important changes. They made a wholesale reduction in salaries, passing ordinances, re- ducing the mayor's salary to $1 a month and fees of office; treas- urer from $40 to $25; city clerk from $40 to $25; marshal from $40 to $25; policeman from $40 to $30. The police force is re- duced to one man—Hall discharg- ed. The salary of the principal of the public school w i reduced from 125 to $100. Sjilariea of lady teachers remain as heretofore, $50 a month. The Drovers and Planters bank THE DENISON PRESS i~ri« seeing to have been a rotten con- cern on the verge of dissolution for some time. Stockholders have been quietly getting rid of their stock. Prominent business men who were supposed to be stock- holders, it now transpires, had sold out to Slater or other irre- sponsible parties. Binkley, ' of Sherman, who it was genorally believed, was largely interested in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 August 1940

rACUfi FOUR THE DENISON PRESS SOCIETY NOTES New* SocittlY Phon* You* Miss Mary Louise Smith Bride Of Mont Johnston The marriage of Miss Mary Louise Smith and Mont Johns- ton Jr., was solemnized at the bride's parental home, 1328 W 'Woodard, at 7 o'clock Thursday j evening with the Rev. James E. S'pivey, pastor of the First Pres- byterian church reading the mar- riage vows. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Smith, and was reared in Denison She is a graduate of the Denison higii school and of Texas State Col- lege for Women at Denton, where she received her degree in L- i'brary Science. She also attend- ed Southeastern at Durant. For the past year she served as U b Parian at the Denison high school, and previously had been secretary to the Principal E. E. Rogers. At Denton she was president of the Library Science club, and a member of Aglian Society. She is a member of the Pi Kappa Sigma sorority. Mr. Johnston, son of Mont Johnston of Los Angeles and Mrs. Johnston of Okl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 August 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Increasing cloudiness Sunday, scattered thundershowerg THE DENISON PUBLfSHED DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER 36c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SAT., AUGUST 3rd, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 36 War Days Recalled As Boys Go To Maneuvers Mr. Garner Is Urged To Return To Washington WASHINGTON, Aug. 3—"Mr. Garner, won't you please come back?" This is the earnest request of Utiv, EVERYDAY DENISON • : • For the past several days this columnist has noticed several mag- '^kut's lying in the city's corpora- ^court and 'Friday we coCtld ^PvntV^hold our curiosity no longer ' * so,.We inquired as to what "purpose they served. "Oh, they're used to entertain jurors while the lawyers are arguing," Police Desk Ser- geant Jimmy Price cracked . . . Col. Ernest O. Thompson and Jer- ry Sadler, defeated candidates in the governor's race, made copy for news associations recently when they declared they had "n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 August 1940

TACE TWO THE DENISON PRESS THE DENISON PRESS K t'«bll*h*d tu IMC Telephone No. too Of flee of Publication 807 W. Mala absorbing1 her conquests. Addressing a graduating class in Ui<* school of banking, which class is oonduct- | ed by the American Bankers association, D. S. Freeman stated that "ahead ol 1 ' "city' K«Mtor U,s *'e's a Per'0(^ v^hich perhaps our public G> Issued Daily Except Sunday LeROY M. ANDERSON Editor; Dr. LeRJUY M. ANDERSON, Jr. Mechanical Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager, men will be teuited to be the Gamelin of uor industrial war—to persist in optimism regardless of reality. We must be prepar- ed to challenge them with facts and to call on them to present facts. If we jhave heard to demand the truth of arma- ment ... in clear words for man's un- derstanding, then we may be sure that the mighty marine of our industry will be geared to full production. "This is as true of finance as arma- ment. If American financiers who ^peak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 August 1940

.WW SAT., AUGUST 3rd, 194D 0 THE DENISON PRESS DEN1S0N 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By UULCE MURRAY i August 3, 1878 The meeting called at the Mil- ler building last evening to take into consideration the organization of a driving park association, was very well attended by the busi- ness men of the city,. Samuel Star was called to the chair and after the subject was thoroughly can- vassed, it was the universal ex- pression of the meeting that steps should be taken to organize such an association without delay. It was decided to organize with a capital stock of ten thousand dol- lars divided into shares of ten dollars each. A committee was appointed by the chair consisting of Messrs. Carr, Sherburn, Mur- ray and Poff, to gglicit subscrip- tions to th^ eaiptal stock, and al- so to see where a suitable tract of land could be purchased, and on what terms. Nearly every) business man present subscribed to the stock before leaving the room. The colored people of Denison had a grand festival last Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 August 1940

ppi ■ EPS * ■, **A0i£ FOUR THE DENISON PRESS SAT., AUGUST 3rd, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Yoar Society News To 400 Evangelistic Pioneer Residents Celebrate Their Colden Wedding r Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Hopkins, pioneer residents of Denison, who Jive at 110 E. Hull, will keep open house Sunday and invito all their friends and neighbors, to come and share their happiness while they celebrate their golden wedding anniver- sary also a member of the Okluhomi State Medical Association and the American Medical Associj tion. Dr. Blassingame was graduated from the .Denison high school and attended the University . of Texas where he received a B. A. degree and was instructor ,i> comparative anatomy for two years. He received his M. D. degree at the University of Te*- ; s Medical School in Galveston, i .m-* Unnkina wore where he also did special work Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins were married in Sherman, Texas, fif- ty years ago, and have spent those fifty years in Denison, as one of its leading families ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 August 1940

p WEATHER DENISON AND VICINrTY Tuesday fair, somewhat warmer in afternoon THE DENISON PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp OAILY NEWSPAPER 85c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, AUG. 5th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 37 Hour Nears For German Blitzkrieg On England ■ i , Experienced Men Urging Preparedness WASHINGTON, Aug. 6—With speeches made in favor of and against conscription, two sets of arguments were made Sunday, with Black Jack Pershing, who knows war ut first hand, and Chas SCENES AROUND DEPOT RECALL DAYS OF 1917 everyday DENISON . An unusual sight on Main street turday evening were the antics oij Walter Jennings' pet dog who yes going through his act in from of Mr. Jennings' store like an old circus trouper, 'much to the delight of the small audience crowded about and the applause was frequent ... A democratic executive committee of Browns- ville has been busy the past sev eral days tracking down rumufs sever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 August 1940

PAGE TWO THE DENTSON PRESS MONDAY, AUG. 5th, 1940 I THE DENISON PRESS XatwIillalMd tn 1 S« Telephone No. >00 Of fie* of Publication 007 W. Main Issued Daily Except Sunday atones. If we are to believe reports and put any credit to rumors, we have* plenty at our own doorsteps to challenge LeROY M. ANDERSON Editor uur attention and demand house cleaning. LeRCY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Sup't. , , . , . LOUIS v. ANDERSON , City Editor Iu times of war and threats ot wa J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager, the fellow who capitalizes on graft, greed propaganda and the like is busy witth ev- erything he has. If it be true that the finger of accusa- tion is being pointed at any given institu- tion, city or office, tihen it is the duty of the people, if the ones nearest to the of- fending parties do not do so, to take steps and demand a cleaning of the house. What is everybody's business general ly becomes no ones and tjie whole matter rocks along with nothing done to bring relief t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 August 1940

MONDAY, AUG. 5th', 19*0 TEE DENISON PRESS DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MUKKAY August 5, 1878 The Houston and Texas Central passenger train which left this city Saturday morning at four o'clock forget to take the sleeper, in which two passengers were worthy poor in our city. I members of the Christian church,1 man went up the road and finding Messrs. Lowe and Coffin havj1 left the cityk at an early hour to'deputy Sheriff Loving, brought finished the examination of the1 spend the day in the wood near1 him along and had him arrest the books o the defunct Drovers and! Carpenter's Bluff, on Bed "River.' whole outfit on a charge of rudely Planters bank. The liabilities of A fine picnic dinner was take>i displaying firearms. They were the bank are about $15,000. La« along in baskets and when the oil responsible people and easily ' noon hour arrived it was partaken Kave bond for their appearance, of with such appetite a„ the us- but th°«Mfh there was no necessity ual outdoor exerc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 August 1940

'"'•iC?'1:" " ..'J, fAtJlfi POUR THE DENISON PRJ2SS MONDAY, AUG. 5th, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society News To 800 Junior Lodge Has Its Regular Meeting Saturday 'At the regular Saturday after- noon meeting of the Dora Alex- ander Talley Juniors of the For- est in the W. O. W. hull, Mrs. Joe Caipelle, junior supervise1, paid tribute to the memory of Mrs. Henrietta A. Thomas, one A the prominent leaders, in stats and national affairs of the Woodmen Circle, who died in a Ft. Worth hospital Wednesday Mrs. Thomas, who was known to Denison Woodmen Circle mem- ibers, and who had been honore 1 'by residents of the Sherma.i Woodman home which she help.d to build, was buried in Ft. Worth Friday. She was eighty years old. At the Saturday meeting Doris Jean Douglas presided over tho business session in the albsence of Mary Lou Vest, president. Drill i<nd ritualistic work was carried out in regular form and three new members added to the roll. They were Charlsie Schwalbe, Mayfoelle iind ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 August 1940

/ I? WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cooler today; Wednesday, fair and warmer THE DENISON PRESS ; ... . iv'-' PFBLR8HED DAILY, SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNE? DAILY NEWIPAPBR Me PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, AUG- «th, 1040 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO 38 England On Toes Ready For Anything To Happen MONTREAL MAYOR PLACED IN INTERNMENT CAMP JT7 • rp | « [ Fein One Thing Senate Compulsory Training Measure Gains Ground And Do Another ■ ■ i ' 5®si! STAND AGAINST DEFENSE STEPS GIVEN AS CAUSE MONTREAL, Canada, Aug. «--- Because lie ref used to comply1 ■with the recently passed mobiliza- tion bill and tried to get the pub- lic to follow his example, Mayor C. Houde, of this city, was placed in an internment camp on the or- der of the Minister of Justice Monday night. The arrest was made under regulations of the de- fense program of Canada. The arrest created a sensation when it became generally known. The mayor was arrested by offic- ers shortly after 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 August 1940

*age two THE DUNISON PRESS TUESDAY, AUG. 0 th, 1940 f THE DENISON PRESS EaUlbllAh*d tn 1DII Telephone No. >00 Office of Publication 807 W. Mala LeROY mTaNDERSON ~~ Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON , Oity Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News* paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building, Chi cago, 111. , Dedicated to clean and responsive governxuen J «> individual and civic integrity; to individual anc" civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Preu will be riv* j advertisers deairlng blind addreeaea. SUBS OR IPT 10l>l KATES One Week . One Month Three Months (in advance) Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) 1* . Uc . 90c $1.76 18.60 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their own naime and up- on agreeing to remit when bill >k presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* siter 30 days...

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