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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 July 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY, Today and Sunday, partly) clouds', cooler .4 THE i corner •■! ^ Representative United Press and International News Service. Gas Explosions Are Studied At Firemen School Best Courses Yet Offered Chief Claims Not In Line To Receive A Rate Reduction from The School, Chief Says; City Has the Lowest Possible 750 Firemen Are Present Sixth School to be Attended By Chief Lowe; First for Other Representative, Say J - Advance courses in fire pre- vention, hazards, gas explosions and fire fighting were studied at the annual firemen's school at Texas Agricultural and Mechani- cal college, ending Friday after- noon, according to Fire Chief Pat Lowe, who, with Guy, Hosford, attended the courses this week. The school, the eighth, Bix of which have been attended by Lowe, was declared to be the most advanced and best of any in his- tory, bringing some of the great- est fire authorities in this section of the nation, as instructors. Chief Lowe pointed out there would be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 July 1937

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS THE DENISON PRESS Rst&bllshed tn J 3U Telephone No. 100 litutd Dally Except Sunday Entered the post Much 8, as Second Cla jfflce at Denli 1879. s Matter June IS, 1938, i>n, T"Xak under the act Dedicated to c'eau and resptoslvs (overnuivut; to Individual and eivle Integrity; to Individual and civlo commercial progress HUBSCBlPTlON BATES One Week ., to One Month 18o Three Months (In advance) T6c Six Month* (In advance) 1.60 One Tear (In advance) $3.00 UOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Press will be given advertiser a defclrlog blind addres les. OH A HUB AOCOUNTS are accept able from persons having telephone listed la their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill 1* pros nted. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after to days from date of first Insertion. 7LOS1NO HOUR: Copy received published the same day. by I a, m. will bi ERRORS The DenlsoB Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect insertion. OUT OF-TOWTN ORDERS for st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 July 1937

SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1937 l \ it n . el : i.l -X COURTS ' FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT i R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed ! Hi G. 'Anderson vs. David H. ArnoTd et al, suit to set aside deed. ' GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. 1,0V, JUDGE Probate Docket M. E. Templemeyer, application for administration of estate ot Mrs. Emma Templemeyer, deJ ceased. J. W. Blassnigame, application to probate will and for letters of adminislTation on estate of MiW dred English, deceased. Lee Slau Antrimnlula llepiitratioiia I Mrs. A. L. Cough, Sherman, Dodge sedan. ' Frank Wright, Sherman, Dodge pickup. Roy Lock, Sherman, Chevrolet coupe. Sylvia Leo McGehee, Sherman, Plymouth sedan. 1 W. B. Curtis, Sherman, Ford pickup. E. T. Allen Whitesboro, Ford pickup. ' A. B. Aycock, Whiteshoro. Ford touring. Mrs. H. M. Cagle, Whitesboro, Chevrolet sedan. Marriage Licenies Elbert G. Graves and Virginia Realty Tranifer* Mrs. L. R. Ashby and husband t< J B. Knight, lot 12, block 2, Fischer's Fairmount addition to Howar nie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 July 1937

PAGE FOUH THE DEN1SON PRESS SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Comments Of A Movie Fan Engagement of Eddina Newby and (Eugene Hale of Colorado Announced at Receptionn Mrs. G. F. Oliver and Mrs. H. E. Pearce entertained with a re- ception Friday afternoon at the Rod and Gun club announcing the approaching marriage of their leen Ganter Is grand regent. "The Singing Murine"—Original Hereon play by Delmar Daves. Di- rected by Ray Enright and re- leased by Warner Bros. The cast—Dick Powell. Doris Weston. Lee Dixon, Hugh Her- bert, Jane Darwell, Allen Jenkins, W. Z. Lytton left Wednesday for Hollywood, Calif, for a visit, ^ ^,.7 R0.e' "kVo,, " Marci. with his son and daughter, Har- , Guinn wilUaml Veda laughter and niece, Miss Eddina vey and Miss Rose Lytton. Hi j Borg_ Jan. Wyman, Berton will be away for ten days. | Churchhm> GePl.ge Rockwell. Newby tr, Eugene Hale Adams of Denver, Colo. • In thi receiving line with the hostess a. d homrerf was Mrs. Clarence H. Adams, mother of tip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 July 1937

WEATHER ? DENISON AND VICINITY f| I Fair and Warmer 5} I Today and Tuesday eaissssm^s^siSK^i'S'•sraaaassfRm THE BENISON PRESS Representative United Press <vnd International Newg Service. DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, JULY 26, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 ,e * .. a*4 • i /,'« * • « 4~< 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER VOL. 4—NO. 29 undred Die In Weekend Mishap Check Indicates Father Held in California On Negligent Ho- micide After Daughter Dies In Flames Caused By His Burning Cigarette, Said CHICAGO — According to a checkup this morning, a total of 100 persons were killed over the weekend in this country. Auto DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURKAY • a July 26. 1875 A brakeman named Hodges was seriously injured at Limestone Gap, C. N., on Saturday morning. As the train started after taking water, he being on the caboose platform, leaned over a little too far to look at a hot box and his head came in contact with, the bridge, knocking him off. He j 8*1 ha<1 e8caPed fell ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 July 1937

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS B«tabll he<l In 1IS0 Telephone No. 100 luned Dally Except Sunday Entered m Second Claim Matter June IS. 1936, ti tlie post office at Denison, Texa. under tli act f March , 1878. Dedicated to c'ran and rtsporelve governmenti to individual and clvlo Integrity; lo Individual and civic oomnierclaj pnogreee. 8UB9CRIPTION BATES One Week . To One Itonth 28c Three Monthi (In advance) 75c Sis Month* (In advance) |1.60 Ot;e Tear (In advance) 13.00 THE L)1CN I SON Pit ESS MONDAY, JULY 20, 1937 UOX NUMBERS. Care Deniaon Pr«M will be given advartlacra desiring blind addrees*. OHAROE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persona having telephone listed lc their ov u name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presc nted. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* after 30 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. win b< published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 July 1937

MONDAY, JULY 26, 1037 (J> COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTEE, JUDGE New Suit* Filed vs. Marie Bow- H I George Bowen en, divorce. Alyne Hunna vs, adivforce. Frank Hanna, Caiet Disposed Bonnie E. Oakley vb. Samuel J. Oakley, divorce granted. Raymond Lovett vs. Daiey Lovett, divorce grante'd. I Merchants and Planters Na- tional bank of Sherman vs. Gray- son County State bunk, garnishee, lErtiest Embry, ^defendant. .'Dis- missed upon request of plaitinff's attorney. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT P. E. WJiLCOX, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Lloyd Franklin McDonnell vs. D. T. Miller et al, title and pos- session. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Beer Docket Joe Fields, application for li- cense to retail beer north of Sher- man. Marriage License* It. I. Evans and Kathryn Gar- rard, Forth Worth. Automobile Registration* Vivian Cothes, Sherman, Chev- rolet sedan. Wood Motor Company, Denison, Dodge sedan. * alrnno, Denison, C olet sedan. W. F. Caldwell, Denison, Ford coach. W. L. Hunter,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 July 1937

SOCIETY NOTES Program Outlined For District Meet Of Business Women Here In October Mrs. L. T". Kretsinger, president of the local Business and profes- sional Women's club, accompan- ied by Miss Eva Bond, treasurer nd state delegate, were in Sher- man Sunday afternoon conferring with Dr. Lena M. Skiles of Den- ton, district chairman, concerning the district convention of busi- ness women's club scheduled fvfl Oct. y and 10 in Denison. * The women met in the home of Miss Jewell Owen. Dr. Skiles was accompanied by 'Mrs. Bess McCullar, district program chair- man. Mr3. J. S. Knaur of Deni- son was appointed district chair- man of education. i The convention program a3 outlined yesterday opens wit1! registration at Hotel Denisoi'. from 1 to 6 p. m. Saturday, Oct. 9. A dinner in the banquet room at 7:30 p. m. will honor the 13 presidents of the district and in- troduce Dr. Skiles and other no- tables. State President, Mist Grace Fitzgerald of Sherman, will bring greetings from the Na- tio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 July 1937

I WEATHER DEN1SON AND VICINITY 5 Warmer today. Wednesday, partly cloudy HlllimiiiiiiiiiiuiiMiiii'ii i1 i'ii i1 nii"iiiTiirir -jm. THE DENISON PR Representative United Presn and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY JULY 27th, 1937 7c PER WEEK WING PAPER WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 Congress May Close Aug. 5th WASHINGTON—Congress may for the larger segment* of indus- adjourn Aug. Bth.lt was de-' try; and the bill regulating lower clared today by membors who are court?., the measure having lost anxious to close up the work and its major importance as applied get home. Measures considered only of highest importance and which car- ry the least amount of possible further friction will be consider- ed. A mong them are listed the wage and hour, especially, adapted to the Supreme Court last week. The chief topic of discussion at a called meeting of leaders Mon- day night was just how much of the new deal legislation must be jettisoned in order to a hasty ad- journment of Con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 July 1937

1 PACE TWO THE DENISON PRESS tfstabllshsd in 1130 Telephone No. too Issued Dally Except Sunday Entered a* Second Clara Matter June 1). 1#S6, ii ttie post office at Denison, Texa. under the act ,f Marcb 8, 187#. Dedicated to o'eao and n apoualve coverument; to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual and civic commercial pnorresa SUBSCRIPTION RATES one Week To One Month . ..... 18c Three Months (Id advance) 75c Blx Month* (In advance) $1.60 One Tear (In advance) 18-00 THE DENISON PRESS BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Pros will be given advertisers desiring blind address' OH A ROE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed la their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill Is presented. 10 per oent will be added on unpaid private account* after 30 days from date of first Insertion. "CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by # a. m. will bi published the same day. ERRORS The Den!mod Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT OF-TOWN ORDERS for st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 July 1937

n < I TUESDAY JULY 27th, 1937 COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed I F. P. Pool vs. Minnie Pool, di- vorce. I Alma Clay Crowder v«. Choice Randell Crowder, divorce. Caie* Diapoied 1 Anna Wardlaw vs. R. F. Ward- luw, divorce granted upon pay- ment of court costs. Marriage Licenses I R. C. Chesnutt and Laura Por- ter, Dallas. Dr. Paul M. Rattan and Mary Rae Abbott, San Angelo; Gwyn B. Tebow and Selma Morgan, Sherman. W. F. Cavender and Leona El- lis. Automobile Regiitratlom ' C. iR. Fugate, Dallas, Oldsmo- bile sedan. Mrs. J. Frank Potter, Sherman, Plymouth coupe. i A. Willingham, Sherman, Laf- ayette sedan. >G. F. McDonald, Sherman, Chevrolet sedan. Realty ^Transfers Farm and Home Savings and Loan Association of Missouri to E. E. Haggard et ux, lot X, block ill, Binkley's addition, Sherman; $500, June 2, 1397. M. A. Love company et al to the Merchants nnd Planters Na- tional bank of Sherman, lots 7 and 8, block 4, also machinery and equipment; satis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 July 1937

PAGE FOtJit SOCIETY NOTES Miss Williams Honored Monday Miss Elsie Williams, who will become the bride of David W. Starr on August 25, was compli- mented with a bridge party and shower Monday evening given by Misses Betty and Janet Morgan, 1114 South Houston a-venue. The hostesses were assisted in receiv- ing b'y their mother, Mrs. George Morgan. « ' For the occasion Miss Williams Svas dressed in a turquoise blue silk linen frock with matching ac- cessorTes. The series of game.* terminated In Miss Mavis Clymei and Mrs. Roscoe Bndgett receiv- ing prizes which they tendered the bride-elect. The Morgan residence was decorated with garden flowers and attractive gifts were placei1 on the refectory table. A salad course was served. I Guests were Miss Williams, her mothet,. Mrs. R. M. Williams, 'Mrs. W. B. Starr, mother of the groom-elect, Mrs. V. H. Scoggins, Miss Neta Grey Scoggins, Mrs. Orville Pearson, Miss Mavis Clym- er, Mrs. Roscoe Badgett. Mis? Virginia Anderson, Miss Frances Terry,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 July 1937

Ml WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly eloudyi today and Thursday Scattered thundershowers Representative United Press and International News. Service. THE DENISON CI I i 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING rAFER DENISON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY July 28,1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1980—DAILY 1934 U88S8S2^8ZSS8SS^SSSS88SS8%SSSi magtot VOL. 4—NO. 31 out out C 1.1- HP. una! ANOTHER HUNTS ROBINSON'S JOB LITTLE ROCK- didate entered the for the position of Senator to suc- ceed the late Senator Robinson, when J. Denevoe announced ho -Another can- would enter the contest against race Tuesday' Gov. Bailey, named by the State DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY July 28, 187S The value of the property in the city of Denison, as shown by the late assessment foot up some- thing over $845,000. Taking this as a< isis for an estimate, and inducing the property exempt from taxation, the real value of the property of the city cannot fall short of a million dollars. This is a" pretty good showing for a town not yet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 July 1937

4 AUb X ? w THE DENISON PRESS Bstabllshed In 1(10 Telephone No* 100 Issued Pally £*cept 0 on day Entered as Seoood Class Matter Juno 33* 1936, it the post ofllcu ai Denison, Xcxa. under the act f March A, ASill. Uedlaaied to c'ean and responsive cuvuruiuonc; to Individual and elvio lnlu*«lty; to Individual and civic oomrnerclai pnogres* SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week Tc One Month - I So Three Months (In advance) 75c Six Months (In advance) $1.50 Oce Tear (In advance) $3.00 THE DENISON PRESS themselves. Fees were what the officers wanted and that was what they got and the people had to foot the bills. The point has been made often that if the absence of fees constitutes ground for an officer to be indifferent and negli- gent of his duty, then that constitutes prima facia evidence thajt he is unfit to serve even if the fee sytem were in opera- tion. The old fee system is a thing of tho past in Texas. It had its abuses which are easily established and we should not and can not afford to r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 July 1937

WEDNESDAY July 28,1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THRE& COURTS b FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed I iNeta May Pankey vs. Bruce Tankey, Jr., divorce. Jewel Garland vs. Hugh Gar- land, divorce. Caie* DUposed 1 Mae King vs. E. R. Van Der en and Faunt Bradshaw, tltk.. Judgment for plaintiff. y l Grace Sinclair vs. Texas Eir ployers' Insurance associativa, debt. Judgment by agreement. Motion Docket 1 State of Texas vs. G. L. Rogers murder. Defendant's motion foi continuance overruled. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT P. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suita Filed I Myrtlo M. Saul vs. Dave Ash- more et al, damages. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY. JUDGE Complaint* Filed 1 W. 0. Barkman, charged with violating liquor law. Beer Docket ' James M. Jolley, application to retail beer at 1002 North Brough- ton. • H. L. Barnes, application grant- ed to retail beer at Denison. Probate Docket 1 Joyce ' Findley, application to probate will of E .W. Findley, deceased. Mrs. Hazel Sims, applicati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 July 1937

——— Page FuUtt SOCIETY NOTES gram Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. C. H. Reed, 181 W. Monterey street. Miss Anderson Party Honoree i Miss Virginia Anderson, who will become the bride of Ulmer Still of Wright City, Okla. on Au- gust IB, was complimented with a delightful garden party and mis- cellaneous shower Tuesday eve- ning given by Miss Marietta Chap- man, 809 West Sears street. Clusters of shrubbery inter- mingled with giant zinnias and perennial flocks formed an ap- propriate background for the par- ty. Miss Anderson was dressed in a blue floral chiffon dress with white accessories. iA number of informal games wero played, after which Alice Joy McDonald sang and Billie Lou and Thomas Dickson gave a tap dance. The last two children, dresse as pickaninnies brought in a clothes basket filled with at- tractive gifts. „ | .< ft $ I A refreshment course of cake and punch was served to Miss Es- telle McBHvaney, Mrs. Dickson and children, Mi's. Earl Waters, Miss Ima Lee Wafers,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 July 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy Thursday and Friday THE DENISON PRESS tssxamsa Kj Representative United Free* and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, July 29, 1937 Traxler Will Be Two-Thirds Kraft Work Returned, Texas Made to Serve Out Remainder of Ninety- Nine Year Term Assessed in Texas; Wife to be Brought and Tried as Accessory AUSTIN—Pete Trnxler will bo returned to Texas to complete his term of ninetyr-nine years, it was announced this morning, after ne- gotiations with Oklahoma had been been consummated. Traxler, who was one of the group to escape from the Texas prison several days ago and who was shot by his captors near Bos- well, Okla., declared that he want- ed to be tried in Oklahoma for his late4 offenses, saying he did net want to return to the Texas pris- on. — The wife of Traxler will also be returned to this state to be given a trial on assisting her hus- band R> escn - the prison farm recently. She is said to have planted guns in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 July 1937

PAGE TWO " MB THE D&JN1SUJN PKESS THURSDAY, July 2D, 1987 THE DENISON PRESS Established In 1J3U Telephone No. too laeued Dally B*cept Sunday JCctered as S< IL the post OfflC'.: f March «, 187V. iconrt Dediuated to oteau aud n aponalve government; to Individual and clvlo Integrity; to Individual and civic oomtnerclal pnoifreea SUBSCRIPTION RATES On* Week To One Mouth —Z8o Three Monthii (In advance) 76c Six Month* (In advance) $1.60 On Tear (In advance) $3.00 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Pri s will be given advertisers deal ring blind addresatn. UHAKGE ACCOUNTS are acceptalle from persona having telephone listed le their own name and upuu agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first Insertion. more the listeners can be made to undergo those same thrills, the better the promot- ers will like it. Somehow or other we can not help Class Matter'June u. me, | but feel that the better example has been jcni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 July 1937

£THU!RSDAY, July 29, 1937 COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT J R. M. CARTER. JUDGE Cnie* Diipoied I Myrtle Henry vs. J. E. Henry, divorce granted and plaintiffs former name, Myrtle Pippin re- stored upon payment of court* Boat. €"i GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY. JUDGE Appearance Docket Automobile Registrations I W. H. Gordon, Whitesboro, Dodge coupe. J. W. Durning, Sherman, Ford coach. Realty Transfer* John Myers et ux to The Medi- cal and Surgical clinic, lots 2 and 4, block 9, Christian college ad- dition, fijhrtrmanj $450, Jan. 17, 1<J30. Lelie Birch Markham et vir to C. J. Corcoran et ux, lots 23 and 24, block 17, Stevens' addition, The Chapman Milling compan/i n . 4I . ,. .. . , . Denison; $10 and other consider- W. A. Ingle, su t on debt. ^ Probate Docket W. M. Seal, application to pro- ibate will of Mrs. R. E. Seal, de- ceased. William Hinkle, application for guardianship of Leonard Mauldin non compos mentis. ations, July 12, 1937. J. R. Warren et al to E. W. MdAden, 31.4 acr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 July 1937

PAGE FOUlt THURSDAY, July 29, 1937 T11K DENISON PRESS World s Greatest "' yrrrrr' ••• •'■ft ' v H SOCIETY NOTES Shirt Rack Manufactured Here Makes Instant Hit Miss Allen Will Marry In August Comments Of A Movie Fan Mrs. C. E. Hale of Pottsboro and Miss Eunice iest of Dcni son were hostesses Monday for > shower honoring Miss Hazel Allen, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Allen of Pottsboro, and brifle-elect ol C. C. Leo of Dallas. The wedding will take place Aug. 22 at the homo of the bride's- parents. I Games were followed by a mis- cellaneous shower of gifts. Refreshments were served to the honoree's mother, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Charles Owens, 'Mrs. J. H Taylor, Mrs. A. L. Moser, Mrs. Walter Moon, 'Mrs. Roscoe Payne. Mrs. Jesse Forshia, Mrs. H. C. McKinney, Mrs. H. C. Hale, Mrs- W. R. Perdue, Mrs. John Bothc, Mrs. Sallie Henderson, Mrs. M. IA. Steele, Mrs. Arnold Waldrop, Mrs. Carl Finke Christman, Mrs. Edgel Clements. I 'Misses Delia Hull, Thelma Al- len, Mary Steele, Lois Hale...

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