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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 August 1940

no S TUESDAY, AUG. dth, 1940 TOE DBNISON PRESS PAGE saw it. ssw^ DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By dulce murray • • August 0, 1878 Henry Ray, the owner of a donkey team was brought before Judge Kirk Monday on the charge of having stolen a dozen wagon bows from the yard of Waples, Lingo & Co., on Austin avenue. The evidence of his guilt was pretty conclusive. He had been seen Friday night at about 10 o'clock with the bows on his shoul- der and Officers Wright and Yo- cum had found a dozen bow* lin- er his house, for which he could give no account. He was placed 1 under a bond of .Mie hundred dol- lars for his appcarance before the, county court at its next term. The most remarkable birth ev- er recored in the history of ac- couchments occurred near SuleH- ville, K)hio on .last Monday, July 29th. Mrs. McCormick gave birth to five healthy children, four boys and 1 girl; the medical works have but few instances of such births, and when they do occur, the children have been scarcely know...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 August 1940

rAcnC FOUR THE DENISON PRESS SOCIETY NOTES Phons Tour Society New* To *00 Business Women Have Informal Outdoor Meeting Miss TheLma Wiler, president of the Denison Business and Pro- fessional Women's clu'b, pre- sided over a short business ses- sion of the organization last night at their informal outdoor meeting in Forest Park. Plans were made for a water- melon party to be held at Loy Park on August 19. Mrs. Mauds Kretsinger was named, a repre sentative from the B. and P. VY club, on the general committee for the WPA playground movo- ment. A memiber from each rf the various clubs In the city make up t'he general committee. During the summer months the club meets informally at homes of members. board of director#. Bassett Watson, Leiglnton Mo- Kinney, Cecil Hardy and Gleun Uanau comprised the nominating committee. Hold over boar'l members include Paul Jennings. Basset Watson, Edward An.toi«, J. C. Scoggins, M- D. Richards and R. K. Ownlby. As a means of collecting pen- nies for a sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 August 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VIClNrTY Pair Wednesday; Thursday generally fair, showers THE DENISON PUBLISHED DAILY, EKCBPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER 35c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WEfD. AUGUST 7th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO 39 Front Interest Shifts To Egyptian Section SELL GREAT BRITAIN 50 OLD U. S. DESTROYERS DRIVE STARTS SUGGESTION BY GEN. J. PERSHING GAINS MOMENTUM "WASHINGTON, Aug 7—Advo- cates of short-of-war aid to Great Britain today began a drive to carry out Gen. John J. Pershing's proposal that the United States sell fifty over-age destroyers to ^England. Jjf Leader of the movement was Senator Claude Pepper (D.-Fla.) • '•*' veho sought early action in the foreign relations committee on his resolution to authorize su,*h a transfer^ Pepper frequently speaks with administation appro- val, but it was not disclosed whe- ther his measure has such backing. Some sources believad Pershing made his proposal with President Roos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 August 1940

r AGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS THE DEN1SON PRESS Katafcllabed In IMS Telephone No. too Office of Publication 607 W. Mala LeROY M."ANDERSON Editor LeRJOY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. <0. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National &dverti ing representative Inland Newtw paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigiey Building, CM :ago, 111. * Dedicated to clean and responsive goverumen ', Hi individual aud civic integrity; to lndividoal anc civic commercial progreas. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Ptmi will be ffiyi i advertisers desiring blind addreaeea. 'SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Week One Month Three Months (in advance) Six Mouths (in advance) One Year (in advance) lfe Mc ■ 90c 11.78 . $8.60 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill i>, presented. 10. per :ent will be added on unpaid private account? liter 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 August 1940

WElD. AUGUST 7th, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE TETRESI DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By-DULCB MURRAY , August ,7, 1878 Married last evening at 9 o'clock, at St. Luke's Episcopal church by the Rev. Mr. Wright, W. S. Lowe and Miss Maggie Hughe*. A brilliant assemblage was present to witness the cere- mony. At the conclusion of the ceremony the happy couple drove to the residence of the brjde's par- ents, where a reception was held. They took the midnight train for St. Louis, where they will spend their honeymoon. Mr. Lowe has been a resident of this city for | several years, during which time 'he has ocupied and now holds a responsible position in the First National bank. The bride is the' eldest daughter of our esteemed fellow citizen, Col W. H. Hughes and is very popular in social cir- cles. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe were the recipients of many beautiful and costly presents. They will be at home in this city. J. Weston, of this city, has in his possession a two dollar bill issued by the Republi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 August 1940

N rAoic four THE DENISON PRESS WEJD. AUGUST 7th, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Sooi«ty Newt To 800 Mrs. Neva Keebaugh Special Guest Of Legion Auxiliary Mrs. Neva Keebaugh wad a special guest- of the American Legion Auxiliary meeting in regular business session Tues- day, evening in Legion Memorial Home. Mrs. J. H. Bush is Auxi- liary president and introduced Mrs. Keebaugh who is known us the "Mother of the 36th Division for her distinguished work ■with troops during the last World War. Mrs. Keebaugh is an honorary life member of the American Legion, having been given thi-t honor for her efforts in helping organize the first Legion Post in Dallas following the World War, and when the Auxiliary to that post was organized Mrs. Keebaugh was made its presi- dent. -Mrs. Keebaugh's title of Mother of the 36th 'Division mi given her by the high ranking officers of the Divi- sion at Camp Bowe, Texas, dur- ing the early days of the war, where the Division was mo- bilized for active service. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 August 1940

■ I WEATHER DENISON AND VICINrTY Partly cloudy, continued warm, Thursday-Friday THE DENISON PRESS PVBUSHED DAILY, EfcCBPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER 35c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURS., AUG. 8th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 40 James Farley Steps Down As Postmaster General DENISON VETERANS READY TO FILL UP ANY BREACH, STATE Denison will not be lacking <x group of local men who will stand ready to take up any situation which would command the atten- tion of the National Guard should the guardsmen be called away un- der any special assignment of the government, and should an occa- sion arise here for the need of their services. This was disclosed when only a few of the veterans who have served in foreign wars, were con- tacted today as to what would be their attitudte in the matter, and which is being suggested as the step to take should the guards- men be assigned duties that car- ry them away from home. The general ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 August 1940

J*AGB TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS Este/bllahad tn 19SI Telephone No. S00 Office of Publication 007 W. Mai* J9MMH THE DENISON PRESS LeROY M. ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Stfp't LOUIS V. ANDERSON « City Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Neww paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building, Cbl sago, 111. , Dedicated to clean and responsive governmen ; Jo individual and civic integrity; to Individual ant1 civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Lientaon frees will be glvi i advertisers desiring blind addreaaea. SUBSCRIPTION SATES One W eek — One Month Three Months (in advance) Six Months (in advance) — One Year (in advance) I0 ISc #0o f 1.7* $8.60 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their own name and up- on i(freeing to remit when bill *i . presented. 10 per sent will be added on unpaid private account? after 30 days from date of firat insertion. CLO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 August 1940

DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCK MURRAY THURS., AUG. 8th, the denison press page three August 8, ,,1878 A widow, probably 40 years old accompanied by her little daugh- ter, was in the city yesterday in search of a man, who, she charges, attempted to Kill and rob her in Sherman. It seems the lady came to Sherman about year ago and took rooms at the Continental hotel. Here she form- ed the acquaintance of a hotel runner, who maaged, by his plea- sant address and polite attentions to gain her good opinion. She loaned him money repeatedly, in all $280. Last week she received; a remittance of about $700 and this drummer, who became cogni- is supposed to be fatal, zant of the fact, made an attempt to kill she and her little daugh- ter, and being unsuccessful man- aged to make his escape. Henry Jackson, a colored man formerly employed in this city by George B. Loving, was arrested by u deputy sheriff of Fannin county, yesterday, for the theft of a horse on the prairie near Savoy. When t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 August 1940

r-AOTfi FOUR SOCIETY NOTES Phona Your Society Newi To 800 Rev. Comer Will Be Heard Over Station KRRV Cralbtree is his sister. They form | oi ly lived in penison. One of the largest crowds thin far greeted Evangelist G. P. Comer, the noted "Kent etry Wonder" under the big tent lo- cated on the Peulbody scho-n grounds on Monterey between Rusk and Burnett last night, a.: cording to Rev. Hargrove Grounds, p; stor ni^ht at 7 ;45 on the subjejt, and will speak tomorrow 12:25 at Kraft Cheese Plant. He will broadcast a message this afternoon at 5:15 over KRRV. Rev. Grounds says "that Comer has the energy of Billy Sunday, the boldness of Snm Jones and the pathos of Moody. He is dif- ferent and dynamic, polished and powerful, fearless and faithful and will hold you spe'l b und every time you hear him." Mody Cunningham has ch.n'gc THURS,, DEN IS ON PRESS pleased at the response he received from scouters here Holland said full attendance has been attracted to every meeting he has called and wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 August 1940

If WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy Friday; Saturday, scattered shower THE DENISON PVBLNHED DiAlLY", I^OttPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER 8Bc PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, AUG. 9th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 41 Senate Passes Bill Calling 360,000 Guardsmen BRITAIN FLIERS DOWN 100 NAZI PLANES IN HISTORIC BATTLE ISLAND DEFENSE LINES HELD AIR TIGHT IN CLASH ■ i LONDON, Aug. 9 — In the greatest air battle that has so far marked the attempt of Nazi forces] to overpower the,Royal 'Air Force, in which over 800 Nazi bombers were sent against the island, the i attackers were beaten back with more than 100 of their planes shot down, more than 80 of them being completely destroyed anil going down in flames. The others were crippled and put out of com- mission. It was a demonstration of the superior power of the *RAF and the ability of the island to with- stand attackers. The defense line of the British was not broken...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 August 1940

TAGE TWO the denison press FRIDAY, AUG. 9th, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS Eetafcllahod tn 19S« Telephone No. 100 Office of Publication 807 W. Mala LeKOY M. ANDERSON Editor LeRJOY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON <.... City Editor bring about a cessation of war, is entirely in line witjh Christian ideals and practice. None who have learned to bow a knee to God but have sent up such peti- tions. In every tjhurch in the land the word of petition for peace and the cessa- lssued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News, paper Representatives, Inc., Wrijrley Building, Chi IE* Dedicated to clean and responsive governraen | to individual and civic integrity; to individual anc civic commercial progreaa. BOX NUMBERS,~C&re Deniaon Prow will be fin i advertisers desiring blind addreasaa. SUBSCRIPTIOM BATES One Week _ One Month Three Months (in advance) Six Months (in advance) $1.7E One Year (in advance) _ 98.60 1* Uc 90c J. o. HOLLIS Business-Advert...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 August 1940

FRIDAY, AUG. 9th. 1940 * THE DHN1SON PRESS PAGE THREE I K «*,• *3 B, DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULGE MURRAY • • August 9, ,11878 SDr. Cutler is the authority for the statement made of a distress- ing accident which occurred yes- terday morning near Iron Ore. Ira Good, a gentleman aged 66 years, who resides in that vicin- ity, has been confined to his bed for some time with sickenss. Yes- terday morning his wife was in the yard, when one of the children came to the door of the dwelling and cried out to her that papa was dying. In her hurry to get 'Her husband died within twenty minutes after the accident from the effects of the terrible shock. A party lately employed as a section hand on the Denison and Southeastern, arrived in the city Monday. He called at Lalonde's mill and stated to Mr. Lalonue that he was ill, who kindly al- lowed him the use of a room, and together with some neighbors, 'Messrs. Watson and Stephen*, kindy cared for him. Medical aid was also procured, but to n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 August 1940

W" "W- m r-AQifi FOUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, AUG. 9th, 1940 SA SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society New* To 300 June Wedding Of Interest To Denison Friends A June wedding that is of in terest to Denison friends of the grooui, who was reared here, is that of Noel Roach of Dallas and Miss Ruby Jo Blades of Tyler. Mr. Roach is the son of Mrs. J. H. Roach, 1023 W. Main, ai d the late Mr. Roach, and hi:1 bride is the daughter of Mrs. A. Blades of Tyler and the late Mi1. Blades who was a clerk in thi Federal Court in Sherman for many years. Mr. Roach is a grad- uate' of the Denison high school and attended Rice Institute at Houston. He is employed at the Lone Star Gas company in Dai- las. Mrs. Roach graduated from the North Texas State Teachers College at IDenton and has been a member of the Dallas Pub- lic School teaching faculty for a number of years. The wedding was solemnized in Orange, Texas, 'by a Metho dist pastor, at the home of th*. ibride's sister, Mrs. Byiron Sim mons. The coupl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 August 1940

'A SAT WEATHER DENISON AND VICINrTY Scattered showers Saturday, wanner Sunday HPTPri? | A 1 it '-J ra^LfSHED DAILY," skcwrT* ■ 9 SUNDAY YOUR HOME^OWNEp IMILY NEWSPAPER k 85c PER MONTH iPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SAT., AUGUST, 10th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 42 Isolationists Playing Around As World Burns DENISON PLANS FOR HUGE LABOR DAY EVENT HUNDREDS FLOATS BANDS, CITIZENS WILL BE IN LINE Cash awards for the first three | Celebration of Denison's Labor best bands to attend Denison's day this year is to be the most Labor Day celebration will be pretentious in many years ac- above $50, according to announce- j cording to parade outlines indi- ment made S.aturday morning by j cates Saturday by the parade the committee on plans for the j committee headed by Carson jSeb- ^day. First prize for bands will j ers. More than fifty organiza- 'be $50, with lesser awards to tions will be represented with sev- •yther bands. ' There will be some twenty-two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 August 1940

I im-'i m:-' '"I* FAGJS TWO THE DENISON PRESS SAT., AUGUST, 10th, 19< .940 THE DENISON PRESS EataihlUh*d In 1 «« Telephone No. 100 Office of Publication 807 W. Mala LeKOY M. ANDERSON Editor LeWOY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Sup't. LOUIS V. ANDERSON < City Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager cash in on the side of being cordial. It Iowa led the nation in com eowts us little and goes farther than cash production in 1939, with a t>>tal ... ., ..... of 603,766,000 bushels. Illinois or physical assets in the way of public im Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative inland New* '>aper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building, Chi sago, 111. « Dedicated to clean and responsive governuen j *o individual and civic integrity; to individual ant civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Cure Denison Press will be givi j advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBfiCRIPtlOH BATES One Week —— .. 1* One Month — ' •*' 90r ... 11.76 $8.50 VJtlO WV 11 va* -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 August 1940

-'tf*'' • ' '""Vac. Ifr'. ■ ■ • ~ '• SAT., AUGUST, 10th, 1940 DENISON 62-50 35 years ago By DULCE MURRAY Auguit 10, 1878 , A few months ago Constable Spenee tried to arrest a man who sold a pair of horses at such li low figure that the presumption was they were stolen. The man, however, managed to make his pi- cape, and that same night stole a fine saddle mare from Sank Col- bert. A report reached this city shortly after that a man had been found hanging to a tree, and it was generally believed that it was the party who committed the theft at Colbert's. This, how- ever, is not the case. Spence re- ceived a telegram last night noti- fying him of the arrest of the party. It seems he had the cheek to visit that place ygain, and was arrested. The horse* sold in this town not having been claimed, there is no charge again- st him in this county. He will be held, however, at Colbert's Station until Frank Colbert returns. The horse he was riding has been claimed by some party from Dal las c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 August 1940

> rAtit FoUli DEN IS ON PHfflM SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society New* To 800 Summer Bride Is Honored With Surprise Shower Mrs. Dayton W. Adi.ims, one ©t the newest of Denison's sum- mer brides, was overwhelmingly pleased and surprised Friday af- ternoon, when she answered her door bell to find a large group of her friends, each bearing a lovely gift, waiting to make their first call, and present her wi*h tokens of affection. Hostesses for the unique show- er were Mrs. C. R. Williams, Mr3. 0. V. Wingren, Mrs. H. E- Perryman, Mrs. W. E. Cox, Mr . Hurry, Gregg, and Mrs. W. L Smith, each of whom brought her own guests and a delicious re- freshment course, and a profu sion of summer flowers to ap- point the new bride's house. Entertainment was furnished by Mrs. L. D. Thayer and Mrs. Gregg who sang a group of love songs, and by Miss Virginia Pierson of Wentherford, a house guest of Miss Joan Cox. MLs Pierson played a selection of piano number, and Mrs. Adams proved herself a gracious ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 August 1940

SB " ■■■ WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy Monday; Tuesday, continued warm THE DENISON PRESS rVBU-SHED DAILY, EKCBPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEjp DAILY NEWSPAPER 35c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, AUG. 12th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 43 Britain Claims Big Victory In All-Day Air Battle SIX LIVES REPORTED LOST IN CHARLESTON FLOOD 4oo planes"of COMMUNICATION TO CITY SHUT OFF COMPLETELY CHARLESTON, S. C., Aug. 12 —'With the dawn of Monday, Charles town is still without com- munication to the outside world after spending the entire night in complete darkness because of power and lights being shut off by the storm which worked havoc to many business buildings and residences. Only one life is known lost, although reports were that six persons may have been drown- ed at Folly Beach. They were later deported to have been drowned. The force of sixty mile wind worked destruction from Savan- nah to Georgetown, S. C., The wind came up...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 August 1940

MONDAY, AUG. 12th, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS Katwfcllak** In I vii ToUplione N( , 10# Office of I'ublloatloei 4*7 W Mala UKOY M, ANIUCRHON UWDY M A MM HHON, J, l.OUl'! V ANOKIlMON J () HUM,IN lludliif. w\ Editor ... Mechanical Mup't ,.... City IfiiMtor AilverUaing Mmmgi'r Mailed l)«ily I1:Himtlay NnHonnl a>lv«rilaliiM representative Inland N*wo* ll '|>i tmonlullvn*, |iu\, Wrlglay llullillng, OM ih. i. ttrjpM I'eillraloil to dean mill r<>M'«>nsl e gurer oaten ♦* individual and elvle Integrity) i<> individual am t'lvln I'limiiirrvUI pi tigress IlUX NUMHWUH, ( h< Penlettn Froee will ke glv ■ ailvm (Urna limiting blind ailllrnaoee. lUMflcmrlioN uiii On* \Vp<W . pwwmwm 111 tWiu Month l ilt OP ill.illtlls (In adv ltl<#) irmmtll- m,mm lU* His Motitbw (III a«lv*m>a) - - 91 71 One Vm. (Ill ,lv«ll,'Pl mmmm wa (Itl1 ONAitUW A< ixVilNTS ato aeeefitable from parentis having tuloiiitiuta HnUd lit UipIi own nam* and ui> n iiitooimr t<> mult when MIIU prese...

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