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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 August 1940

Sat., august 17th, 1940 the denison press - PAGE THREE ft DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULGE MURRAY |Augu t 17, 1878 Several parties are in ths habit of turning saddle horses loose in the streets to go back to the stable. A horse turned loose with a saddle on yesterday came veiy near running over a little girl who was crossing the street at the time he galloped up. Mr. Bartee had on exhibition a stalk of sugar cane which meas- ured eighten feet. It was grown on J. E. Streeper's farm. Gaisman & Co., roasted coffees are proving an entire success, so much so that most of their cus- tomers prefer it to buying green coffee and parching it at home. About 2 o'clock this morning a negro tapped the till at Libbe's saloon of $3.60 and grabbing up a couple of boxes of cigars, took to his heels. Mr. Libbe was in the back room playing billiards and saw the black rascal just as he was going rut the front door, and took after him, yelling "Stop thief 1" The negro turned down Rusk avenue and d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 August 1940

t-Aaii FOUR THE DENISON PRESS SAT., AUGUST 17th. 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Society New Phone Dalton in selecting a new aite. In order to secure works progr- Ciloriti Cathr> Jennie Jackson Named President Recreation Council ress administration assistance, the I 'proposed new founding must not T i i „ be near a dairy faran or a celm- 'Miss Jennie Ji.ckson was named , > * .... „ R , „ . „ etry. It must be within 2.5 muss president ol the Denison Recrea- * school uun Council at a meeting in tin 0 £ " ^ t# fce touilt'the same grocer, and by purchai- Chamber of Commerce Friday, )b modernly equipped, and f* canned goods in case lots r.irt-Vif Othnv rrffirprs elc&ti'd to . fwvm « whnl<*<:iU* hnllfle. theV ^nuouac«i May Marriage j drove cows for milking. ( .Scores of bands were in line and a huge parade with thousunds in line was a feature before the speech of acceptance. '.Members of the senate und congress were here in large num- bers, a holiday being declared for that purpos«. in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 August 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Occasional scattered showers "Friday and Saturday THE DENISON PUBLISHED DAfLY, EKCEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp DIAILY NEWSPAPER 35c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, AUG. 19th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1830—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 4* i Hitler's Air Attack Fails, Must Try Invasion U. S. And Canada DenisonDay GRAYSON AIRPORT ENGLISH AIRMEN S. And Canada Join Hands In Plan / To Defend Nations NEW STEP TAKEN IN FOREIGN AFFAIRS cmiEtNBURG, N. Y., Aug. ll —Marking a broad departure in the foreign policy of the United .States, it was announced las; night from the special train of 5? ' I f Grand Prairie Attracting Many To Its Borders GRIANU) PRAIRIE, Tex., Aug. 19—The big push is already on here and people are coming in large numbers following announce- ment that millions are to be spent to erect a big airplane plant for the North American Aviation. Inc. Mayor G. H. Turner announces that the city is ready, willinz and able to take' care ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 August 1940

TAGE TWK) THE DENISON PRESS. MONDAY, AUG. 19th, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS Established ht 181# Telephone No. lOtJ Office of Publication 907 W Mala I.eROY M. ANDERSON Editor LeR/OY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. 0. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager i'UN Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News- paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Buildiug, Cbi •ago, 111. Dedicated to clean and responsive goverumen to individual and civic integrity; to Individual an civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Ore Denison Press will k* ghri i advertisers desiring blind addresses. " fubscription'mates One Week __ ■ lit One Month It: Three Months (in advance) 80. Six Months (in advauce) One Year (in advance) *171 $3.1)' CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person having telephone listed in their own name and up on igreeing to remit when bill ■ b. presented, li per :ent will be added on un|>aid privsto account after 30 days from date of fir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 August 1940

quisition to the Greenback ranks. The rear was brought up by a promiscuous crowd of white boys, and little "nigs.". It was a ru-| MONDAY, AUG. 19th, 1940 DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY THE DENISON PRESS August 19, 1878 The Greenback torchlight pro-' cession and ratification meeting,' which has been incubating since the nominatons at Waco were an- nounced, came off Saturday night. The "procession" wa* or-; ganized by J. W. Jennings. Work- ingman, Independent Greenback^ er, etc., etc., and started from the Greenback headquarters near Rusk avenue. After considerable deljy the torchbearers were got- ten into line and moved slowly down Main street. There were just thirty-four torches, counting two borne by the irrepressible Barney Cunningham, a new ae- ther solemn affair, and but for the torches might have passed for a funeral procession. At the cor- ner of Austin avenue they pro- ceeded to "ratify" Capt. Dan Web- ster mounted the dry goods box and spoke his piece. He said he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 August 1940

rAClifi FOUR THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY. AUG. 19th, 1940 „.n'r I SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society New« To *00 MOURWNG D • -AS Youth Crusade Week Inaugurated Sunday Evening nnd her infant daughter are pa- tients at the Long-Sneed hoapita'. A vesper service i.it Woodlake Sunday evening, sponsored by the Senior Young People's Epworlh League of Waples Memorial church inaugurated Youth Cru- soe Week, which will be observ ed by) the young people of the Denison chuirch with various services during the week. Mr. and Mrs. William Camp 'bell are counselors of the group ujnd Miss Reba Davis is presi- dent. The schedule of activities for the week includes a Tuesda* morning service at 7 o"clock o the church lawn, with M.jgaret Berigle as leader, followed by a ibre;<kfast; a vesper service at the church at 6:30 Wednesday evening with Elizabeth Coonro.l as leader, followed by rt picnc; a social Thursday night, with primes and refreshments and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kimble as sipecial guests; climaxed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 August 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair, somewhat warmer Tuesday, Wednesday THE PRES VVBLIBKED DAILY, EKOEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOMEX>WNEp DAILY NEW PAPBR 85c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, AUG. 20, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 60 Long Promised Invasion By Nazis Imminent "Mew Deal Bodge From Honest Debate" Willkie Tells lckes Get Bullitt'sXJ. Scalp Angry Group Says i S. DEMANDS EXPLANATION ON SHIP SEIZURE Cites Case of Lincoln As Example of Hon- est Debate; Is Pat GERMANY SAYS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SAFETY U. S. VESSEL Aniwari Willkie fr~'.- lor RUISHVILLE, Ind., Aug. 20— Wendell L. Willkie today in a reply to the speech of Harold L. Ickes in which he branded ns cheap bravado the proposition of Mr. Willkie to debate with Presi- dent Roosevelt, answered by say- ator Barclay stated this morning ing that such presidents as Lin coin did not so think and that Je dignity of the office was not \npaired by such procedure. He asserted that it was a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 August 1940

5PAGE TWK) THE DENISON PRESS THE DENISON PRESS EsViubllsh*d in lttlf Telephone No. SQO Office of Publication 007 W. Mala LeROY mTaNDERSON Editor LeR/OY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Snp't. LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. O. MOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News* (taper Representatives, Inc., Wrigl*y Building, Chi sago, 111. Dedicated to clean and responsive govenunen ; to individual and civic integrity; to Individual atu civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Caro Deniaon Pra*s will b« givi a advertisers desiring blind addre****. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Week ... „ It* One Month . lie Three Months (in advance) 00r Six Months (in advance) $1.7f One Year (in advance) . $8.b< CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from per'aoni having telephone listed in their own name and up on agreeing to remit when bilT<it. presented. It per tent will be added on unpaid private account* after 30 daya from date of firrt insertion. CL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 August 1940

'i t4i y$ ••:Viskfa' **nfo■"■*• • <- /TUESDAY, AUG. 20. 1940 THE DENISON PRESS page th1ucs DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DUI.CE MURRAY August 20, 1878 The mayor's office was crowded yesterday morning with those who had violated the ordinances of the city since Saturday morn'ng.j Eight were arraigned on the; charge of vagrancy, having l>jen| found asleep on the platfurm of the union depot Sunday night, by the ever watchful police officer,! Tom Wright. Each of these had his tale of woe to tell) and it ap-' peared that none of them belong-, ed to that class of our population known as "tramps." The mayor very properly granted a stay ofi execution, each beinj fined two dollars and costs, provided they' either find work or leave the city.1 Three boys, Person's Sam, negro,' and two white boys, aged ten or twelve years, were fined two dol- lars and costs, each, for throwing rotten eggs at the distinguished Greneback orator, Captain Dun Webster, on Saturday night, and in default of pay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 August 1940

THE DENISON PRESS FOUR t-agl! TUESDAY, AUG. 20, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Y<jur Society Newi To SOU Former Denison Girl Announces Marriage Plans I .Miss Audrey Louise Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Cox, of Dallas, and Thorn sit Johnson, son of Mr. and" Mrs- Kd F. Johnson, IX.llua, will be, married on August 31, at the home of the bride's parents at 823 'Cameron Drive. Miss Cox who formerly liveu in Denison with her funnily, is the niece of 'Mra. Roy S. King, 431 W. Texas, and cousin of Mrs. Emerick Hudek, 311 W. Washing- ton, and the announcement of her engagement and approaching marriage was made at n (beautifully appointed coffee giv- en Last Sunday) morning iby her mother. The Cox home w;.s beautiful.'}' decorated with cut flowers. The dining table was laid with a cut work cloth and centered with a Inrge mirror in which was reflect ed an attractive arrangement of pink rosebuds. Pink roses also were used on the buffet anr*. gar- den flowers were used in the liv- ro«m- Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 August 1940

\ {ti*1 '''(•"' IX. WEATHER DENISON AND VICINrTY Fair, somewhat warmer Tuesday, Wednesday HE jL PWlOgHED DAILY, ESOBPT •UNDAY YOUR BOM£<QWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER 5c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WEJD., AUG ' ■ ■ * 11 r 21st. 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. $1 Leon Trotsky At Brink Of Death After Attack RAY BURN TO DIRECT FDR. CAMPAIGN IN SOUTHWEST HEADQUARTERS WILL BE IN DALLAS, WITH SIX STATES IN AREA Denison received word Wednes- day that Congressman Sam Ray- burn of this district, House ma- jority leader and one of the clos- est personal friends and advisors of President Roosevelt, will soon return to Texas from Washington and direct the southwestern cam- paign for the presidential race. He will have headquarters in Dal- las, and the district will be com- posed of six states, Texas, Louisi- ana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona. Mr. Rayiburn has been in the front line for the Roosevelt forces from the first and has been one of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 August 1940

, rAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS WfjD,, AUG. 21st, 194(5 THE DENISON PRESS EaUvbllahad in 10I< Telophonu No. >00 Office of Publication «07 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 advertising repreoentative Inland Neww paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building, Chi tago, 111. _ "■ ■ Dedicated to clean and responsive governnien ; to individual and civic integrity; to Individual civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Cue Danison Press will be giv i advertisers desiring blind addressee. SUBSCRIPT ION BATES ly in wishing to see their home town men win, other things being equal. Denison has long been tyie deciding factor in electing numerous men over the country, and has carried little of the lo- cal jealousy or disposition to vote for tho /home town man no matter who is in the. race. We have gone out, rather for what we believed to be tjfie b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 August 1940

'.nO I up |>pUes anteed New Idding repair, IKES, tr 600 Tsa*- WDD„ AUG. 21st, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREE DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DUI.CE MURRAY grounds and if the request be not| complied within twenty-four hours to arrest the person so offending' and prefer charges against him of maintaining a nuisance. Moved by Councilman Raynal that $75 be appropriated out of the general revenue to purchase disinfectants, and that the same be under the w w control of the mayor, board of jAuguit 21, 1878 health and the marshall. At the special meeting of the, council held last night at the coun-| The action of the city council cil chamber, the mayor and all the in refusing to quarantine the city, members were present with the is commendable. With proper pre- exception of Councilmen Ton« and; cautions in the way of cleaning up foillen. The mayor stated that the and disinfecting, Denison Is in no object of the meeting was to take' danger. Our city is dry, and pro- decisive measure in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 August 1940

SOCIETY NOTES Phone Society New* Denison Girl To Head Speech Dep't. Nacogdoches School Miss Hazel Haguns, daughter of Air. and Mix. George D. H;(fans, 881 W. Heron, will head the speech department at the Nacog- doches, Texas, high school this year. Miss Hagans will receivc her degree from NTSTC at Den- ton at the commencement exer- cises there Saturday, Aug. 24, with a double major in speec!. ilnd 'English. A graduate <if the Denison high school, Mtes Hagans, obtain eu her elementary schooling at the Sam Houston school. At the North Texas State Teachers College for the past two yei rs. she has represented NTSTC on the varsity) team in debate and oratory tournaments, and at one of these tournaments she receiv- ed a medal for being adjudged the second best speaker amongl representatives from six states. She is a member of the Mary Arden Society; secretary of .the Pi Kappa Delta Debate club and the Quintillion club and of the Gammadian club. She served two yeiirs on the •Forum Counc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 August 1940

i«m m«- mm WEATHER DEN1SON AND VICINrTY Fair, somewhat warmer Tuesday, Wednesday THE DENISON PUBLISHED DAILY, E8.CEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER 36c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURS., AUG. 22nd, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 5£ Officials Confer On Sale Old Ships To England English Plane Output Now Reported Excelling That German F act or ies . Fury of German Attacks At Lowest Ebb, With Hit And Run Method Adopted rJ f LQNDON, August 22 — RAF planes will soon be oil their way to drop bombs on the positions of i. >ht" big berthas of Germany which ['2./have been concealed along the f coast of France, following a day- light attempt to blast the citie? and towns of England today. Instead of the big bertha send- ing consternation into the ranks of the natives, it only served to reveal where the guns have been concealed and to furnish some- thing which the citizens turned out in large numbers to see. There was no evidence of an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 August 1940

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS THURS., AUG. 22nd, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS ftat&bllshed In 1011 Telephone No. 100 Office of Publication 607 W Mala and is in interest of Dmison's celebration of Labor Day, StJpt. 2, wjhich, according to plana, will equal, if not outstrip any similar celebration in the history of Dwii- sou. This gesture on the part of Denison invi- Iisued Daily Except Sunday LeROY M. ANDERSON Editor LeRJOY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Sup't to it. neighboring town* is a genuine i ration to come to 1jhis city and be its guests for the day. The whole city will fling wide the gates of invitation and the open {hand of hospitality will be extended with- out reservation. It is Denison's day to say to the peo pie coming here that we shall bum the wfhole area from the Denison dam on Red river to the inviting waters of Loy Lakt; over to them. Special plans have been made to set.- that every one who desires ajhall be given official guiding through the vast net wor', of Hhe Denison d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 August 1940

' <* WHtufe ii*> THURS., AUG. 22nd. 1940 THE DENISON PRESS DEN1SON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY August 22, 1878 of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nolan, died ' at the family home after a long , illness. The funeral services were held this morning at 9:80 from I St. Patrick's church where a high mass of requiem was sung, after which interment was made in the Catholic cemetery. Miss Mary was sixten years of age. Tuesday evening about duflt, as No. 6 freight train was nearing Denton about 9 o'clock, where it being held at the late residence of Messrs. Guiteau & Waldron, Caddo from the north, a shot was proprietors of the "New 'Denison f're(l 'n^o the caboose by some un- L rug Store," have informed the known Prty. The ball struck C. city ofifcials that they will order \ Herman, of this city, who was h.s much crude carbolic acid as\s''t'nS in the caboose, passing demed neecssary for disinfecting through his arm and lodging in purposes, and let the authorities opposite side of the car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 August 1940

i-ACtf FOUR THE DENISON PRESS THURS., AUG. 22nd. 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society New To SOU Patricia Munson Will Be Married j seated the department with a check for $1200.00 which she had earned herself to be given to the loan fund. Denison delegates including Mrs. Hamm, Mr. and Mrs. George Hagans and Mrs. Marga- breakfast, and those intending re'. Standerfer attended several were: the honoree, and Misses !iOC'a' functions while at the To Clv^# Audrey Ellsworth, Gloria San- convention, and made a trip to II ders, K^thryn and Glennis Waltz, Lareda, Mexico, then T ~ . , Ellenor Hauser, Virginia Probst, spent a day and night in San Patricia Munson, daugl.- Marilyn yavchl)i and Mrs. Charles Antonio on their way home, and 01 Mrs- H- LaugMin an'I Hairless. Mrs. Laughlin was as- visited the army posts there and the late Will V. Munson aiated in receiving and entertain- several other interesting points, will be married on September 3, ing b Miss geulah McCaughey. lMrs- Hamm was honore...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 August 1940

*■ yM • - xt— rv WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Local thundershowers, cooler In west and northwest THE DENISON PRESS PUBLISHED IMifcLY, KCCCPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER 35c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, AUG. 23rd. 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAJLY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 53 Nazi Bombers Only Disturb Sleep Of Londoners Train Robbery Recalls Bays Of Jesse James As Bandits Loot Mai< Robbers Seize Special Pouch, Make Complete Get Away In 3 Minutes WARNING TO MERCHANTS Greece And Italy Face I Break Point [Vlenace Apparent at Isle of Crete: Greek Chiefs Hold Confab out u sa NEW YO'RK, Aug. 23—A spec-; tacular train robbery recalling: the daring of Jesse James days, took place within the city limits w^en masked robbers held up a (New York and Albany train and escaped with one sack of mail. They only took the one sack and this gives rise to the belief that they knew in advance what was wanted. The robbery was conducted with swiftness and efficiency a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 August 1940

FACE TWO THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, AUG. 2i3rd, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS K*t«bll>h*d In 19S« Telephone No. 100 Office of Publication 007 W. Main LeROY M. ANDERSON Editor LeRJOY M. ANDERSON, Jr Mechanical Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON , City Editor J. O. HOLL1S Business-Advertising Manager lisued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Neww paper Representative!), Inc., Wriffley Building, Chi cago, I1L Dedicated to clean and responsive goveranten J to individual and civic integrity; to individual anc civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Prtti will k* (tr< i advertisers desiring blind addreaaes. 1 SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Week One Month Three Months (in advance) Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) ... $1.7* CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person! having telephone listed In their own name and up- on Agreeing to remit when bill -lr. presented. 10 per :ent will be added on unpaid private account) fter 30 days from date of first Insertion. C...

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