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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 October 1940

TUESDAY. OCT. 16th, 1940 COURTS 1 II'I fcEMH DISTRICT COUI<« II. M. CAItrJSU, JIJOOK New SmU Filed THE DENISOW PRESS PAGE THRB Loru Self vs. Lon Self, divorce. Thomas W. Pute vs. Frisco railroad, damages. The plaintiff aska $3,600' for injuries alleged- ly received July 23, 1940, when he states he was struck on the head by a piece of pipe after ex- plosion of a steam pipe on whu-h he was working at the railroad's Sherman shops. Ex parte: Application of Hue Simmons for removal of disabili- ties of minority. Divorcei Granted C. M. HilVbetts vs. Tennie Man Hibbetts, divorce granted, cus- tody of two minor children rwnvded to defendant. Eldene Strehorn vs. Winston ptvphorn. divorce granted aid plaintiff's former name of Eld- ene Patterson, restored. Floyd T. Cook vs. Marion Cook, divorce granted and cus- tody of minor child awaro'ed do- fendant. Edith Matthews vs. D. R. Mat- thews, divorce granted and «u«- tody of minor children awarded plaintiff. Ethel Lee Powell vs. Lee Aus- tin Po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 October 1940

/ * PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS l|UElir>AY, OCT. 16th, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Tour Soeietj New To 1(00 Denison Women Ho$ts [To Wives Visiting Engineers A group of Denison women, wives of engineers, headed by Mrs. Julian l''eild will act as hos- tesses for the wives of visiting engineers when they come to (Denison Thursday as part of th •program for the Texas Section of the American Society of Civil En- gineers, t,o be held in Dallas and Denison, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Others on the committee with Mrs. Feild to arrange for J luncheon "at the hotel at noon, Thursday, a bridge tea in thd afternoon and a buffet supper at the country club in the evening are Mrs.. Gordon Textor, Mrs. R C. Brown, Mrs. Charles Quad? Mrs. W. K. Adams, Mrs. Heid cma, Mrs. John B. Alexander find Mrs. A- M. Brenneke. Mrs. Alexander is a chairman of a-. r;\nge>ments for the buffet supper at the Rod and Gun club The visiting; ladies will accom- pany the engineers on a sight- seeing irip to the dam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 October 1940

/ * WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and waimer today and Thursday THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WED., OCT. 16th, 1940 Tidal Wave Of Destruction Hinted By Nazis j * ; . ■ - , r . EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON • L Nomination for tlie hard luck guy of the Denison high school Yiillptf Jackets: Harold Rowland. A collarbone was broken early this season, but Harold wanted to play football, so he stuck aroun'J, (Continued ou page four) Registration Gets Underway Billy Hanks Loses Eye In Lab Accident An accident Tuesday afternoon ~tii the chemistry laboratory of Austin college, Sherman, resulted in the lows of the left eyeball of Billy Hanks, student son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hanks, 329 K. Hull, a patient today at Long- Sneed clinic. Hanks, a sophomore, was taking a chemistry test when a test tube slipped from his hand and parti- cles of glass flew up, piercing his eyeball. A professor of the col- lege rushed him to a Sherman eye specialist who, after examining...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 October 1940

AGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS = WED., OCT. 16th, 1940 THE DENiSON PRESS K ta.blUh#d In 19S« Telephone No. 100 Of lie* of Publication 607 W. Ma.k Issued Daily Except Sunday National ddvertlninjc representative Inland Neww paper Representatives, Inc., Wrijfley Building,"""Chi •ago, m. . Dedicated to clean and responsive governiuen 1 m individu-il ami civic integrity; to Individual ant1 civic commercial progress. BOX NT'MKKKS. ('are l)etii un Pren will b* gtv' | advertisers desiring blind addreaaes. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One W'e<;Jt —... i . Joe Month .. * Three Months tin advance) Six Months (in advance) __™_J One Year (in advance) l i Uc 80c $1.76 *3.61 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from per on having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill -1 , presented. It per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by a. m. wil. be published the aamo day. real playing he quit the movies He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 October 1940

WED., OCT. 16th. 1940 THE DENISON PRESS COUR I 5 I II TEENTU DISTItlCt COUlc. X. M. CAIvl'J'JU, JUUCil*: New SiiUs Filed Bertha Courtney vs. Charles Courtney, divorce. Emmett Johnson vs. Lemur Johnson, divorce. F. W. Wisdom vs. IS. W. Wiff- gins, garnishment. F. W. Wisdom vs. Wi.de, Cul- Jfoway and Delibert company, debt. Divorce* Granted E. L, Reece vs. Lorene Reece, divorce granted and custody of minor child awarded to plaintiff Earl S'andlin vs. Maggie Sand- lin. divorce granted. B.wbara Lundberg vs. Verne Lundiberg, divorce granted, cus- tody of ijiinor child awarded to plaintiff and defendant ordered to pay $12.50 •> week for its sup-j port. Marcia Johnson vs. W. S. Johnson, divorce granted and plaintiff's former name of Mar- cia Estes restored'. Case Diamisied Bobbie Lynn Guinn vs. Larry Van G-uinn. divorce, dismissed at plaintiff's cost. FIFTY-NINTH D1ST. COURT TOM SUGGS, JUDGE New Suits Filed Ray B. Short, administrator, vs. William H. Hayne et al, to try title. «Ru C. Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 October 1940

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS WED., OCT. 16th, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Pbon* Tout SocUtj Newt To 800 Housewarming For Mrs. Minor In Her New Home 1 Some of the frends and neigh- bors of Mrs. J. S- Minor met Tuesday afternoon at her new home, 027 East Acheson street, in an old fashioned houaewurr>;- ftig. The afternoon was enjoy- ;<bly spent in social converse while the ladied busily employed their needles embroidering: cup- toWul.S. 'At five o'clock a refreshment pbte consi-ting of chicken salaJ' sandwiches, home made bread and butter pickles, potato chips artd hot tea was served to the lollowinf: Mesdames Jim West, M. K. Jones, Edwards, M. C- Baker, Hodges, Ramsey, Bud Ramsey. Bud Trf.week, J. W. l ow L- F. Ackerman, Bill Dale Baker, Rov Mauer. Edith Carter, Graham, J. E. Fos- ter, Julia Curry, J. F. Bozarth, Miln Cox, Miss J>ulce Murray and little Misses Jean Foster and Jennette West. Mr. and Mrs. Minor recently purchased and remodeled the cozy new home in the Belmont ad- dition,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 October 1940

WEATHER• DENISON AND VICINITY Ftair and warmer today and Friday THE PUBLISHES DAILY EXCEPT SI'NO AY YOUR HOMEXJWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER S6c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURS., OCT, 17th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 100 Britain Opens Burma Route; Turks-Reds Talk DELEGATES ARRIVE FOR CONVENTION Delegates from all parts of the state have arrived in Denison to- day and registered at Hotel Den- ison for the opening of the fall meeting of the Texas Section, Am- erican Society of Engineers. The EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON @ - • C. B- Blethen, publisher of the Seattle (Wash.) Times, doesn't believe in pulling his punches, something the newspaper profes- sion is hailing him for today. In a front page editorial yesterday 'he called Edward J. Fl.vnn, demo national chairman, a liar for Flynn's assertion that papers are ruled by their advertisers. Mr. Flynn probably won't like that, but he won't do anything about it ... In the registration yes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 October 1940

VAGE two THE DENISON TRESS ~ — JTIIURS., OCT 17th, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS EatHibll*fc d In IBM Telephone No, >00 Oflic* of Publication 007 W. Mai* Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland New < paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigl*y Building.'Cbl 'HgO, 111. Dedicated to clean and reaporutre governmen : m individual and civic Integrity; to individual *«> civic commercial progress liuX NUMBERS, Care Deni*>n Pr«M will be ftv< i idverti crs desiring blind *<jdre*ae*. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One WetiV — . j*ie Month : — Three Months <!n advance) S:x Months (in advance) 0ne Year (in advance) lit lie 00c ... 91.71 ... 13.bi CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from pereoni having telephone listed in their own name and up- on igreeing to remit when bill <ii. presented. It per :ent will be added on unpaid private account, iftor 30 days from "date of first Insertion CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by «• a - be published the same day. u>. wil CANCELLATION...

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

I1I TEKNTH DISTRICT COUM t . M. CAUTliU. JUDOIS N Suit Filed JDollie Hollowuy Meeks et vs. H. H, Haizlip, partition. GUAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE I,OY, JUDGIS Beer Docket John W. Grover has applied for a license to retail beer at the Ter- race, 1700 block East Lamar in Sherman. Complaint* Filed W. A. Brown, agravate^ as- Mkult Oct. 10 on Mrs. Daisy Sealburn Cantrell, n^ravated assault and battery July 10 on Jimmie Harris of Sherman. /THURS., OCT. 17th, c o u r i s the denison press PAGE THRE* a charge of aggravated assault July 4 on Ruiby Warden, and was fined $25 and coatB. J. A. Backus pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated assault Oct. 12 on N«nnie Backup at the home 1.5 miles of Van Alstyne, and was fined $1 and costs. Marriage Licenses Jesse Saunders Freels Margaret Jane Stout. and Automobile Registrations E. H. Kennedy, Denison, Chev- rolet coach. Claude H. Grindstaff, Sher- man, Chevrolet sedan. J. G- Nix, Sherman, Buick se- dan. Charles F. Burns, Sherman, International truck....

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

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS THURS., OCT. 17th, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phon* Your Society Nuwi To HOV Garden Club Members At Morning Coffee Freels-Stout Marriage Service Solemnized Wed. ly is present, with special honor to the largest family present. Evangelist S . H. Maples will preach tonight 011 "Unchanging Love." Services will be held Friday at 10 a. m, and 7:30 p. m. The meeting will close with the Sunday night service. Members of the Denison Gai- den club enjoyed a morning cof- fee in connection with their Oc- tober business meeting at the J. W. Little home, 1700 W Crawford, Tuesday morning. Mrs. Little had as hostesses Mes- damea D. K. Jamison, George Morgan. C. B. Sulleniberger, G- I), Shaffer, C. R- Williams, Cha:\ Wilson, Harry Carlat, W. P. Danforth, David Bates and Minor Bounds. Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. E. I. Hniley, president of the club pre- sided at the coffee service. The table was spread with a lace vloth unci centered with a bowl of roses. Mrs. Hailey presided over tha busi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 October 1940

SWEATHER DENISON AND VICINrTY Fair and warmer today and Saturday THE PUbLISHHD DAILY RXC1FT SUNDAY YOUR HOMEOWNER IMILY NEWSPAPER I Mc PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS —— DEN1SON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCT. 18th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 101 British Confer; French Ban Jews Willkie Charges FR Would Send Troops ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 18— Wendell L. Willkie said Thursday night he believes if President Roosevelt were re-elected to a third term American soldiers EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON would be sent again to fight in Europe. "We can say with the utmost confidence, standing here in the No Jap Attacks On Burma r Tip: When the Denison-Sher- man game here rolls around, '•Au'll have to get there early for tf seat because only about 6,000 persons are expected to sit in stands that handle but 2,600. An extra set of bleachers behind the '-"pal post of the north end will be erected to handle about 1,000 more leaving 2,500 fans or more to stand . . . Bonnie Baker,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 October 1940

VAGB TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS FRIDAY, OCT. 18th, _1940 THE DENiSON PRESS JUUiblUhed tn 1 « Telephone No. too Office of Publication 407 W. Mala Isaued Daily Except Sunday Natioual advertising representative Inland New* puuer Representative*. Inc , Wri*ley Building,*" Chi -ago. ! • _ ■ Dedicated to clean and responsive governmeu ) ia individual and civic integrity; to Individual anr' civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Pr«u will be fW- i tdverti.-era desiring blind addr — It* Mc 90c 11.76 8.BC SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Wet* Jrnc Month Three Month# tin advance) Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed In their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill ir. presented. 10 per :ent will be added on unpaid private account* ./tor 30 days from 'date of firet inaertion. __ CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by V a. m. wil be published the same day. CANCELLATIONbe received by 10 a. m a order to avoid publication ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 October 1940

FRIDAY, OCT. 18th, 1940 THE DEN1SON PRESS PAGE TERES COURTS MITEENTH DISTRICT COtJkt U. M. CAUTKlt, JUDGK Divorce* Grunted Clarence D. Carthen vs. Mozelle Carthen, divorce granted and de- fendant's former name of Mozelle Dillurd is restored. Realty Transfer* iUnion Central Life Insurance company to Beulah Fulmer Brit- tain, 55 by 268 feet in the Sam i USE OUR BUDGET PLAN For Purchase of BICYCLES RADIOS ACCESSORIES tires • oattEries M. K. JONES Blagg Survey, $3,450, Sept. 26, 1940. R. B. Polk et ux to i. e. Wil son, lot 19, block 1, town of Gun- ter, $125, Aug. 20, 1040. First State bank of Gunter ti il. E. Wilson, lot 20, block 1. town of Gunter, $50. Oct. 12. 1940. Wiggin Hodge et ux to Law- rence Field, lot 16, block 15, Washington Heights addition to Denison, $50, t)ec. 4, 1937. C. M. Willi..ms et ux to S. E. Fowler, lots 13 and 14, block 19, Stevens addition to Denison, $713.84, Oct. 14, 1940. Automobile Registrations J. H- Williams S'herrnan, Ford sedan. Evertbeart Grocery comp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 October 1940

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, OCT. 18th, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Ption* Your Sociatj N«w* To SOU Living Pictures Art Appreciation Program At School As a climax to the art exhibit which has been in progress #t Central Ward school all this week, a "Living Pictures" pro gram was given last night in thj auditorium to a large crowd, and the pioceeds will bo used io purchase two reproductions of two of the Masterpieces shown Miss {Dorothy Cox, art instructor of the school was in charge of the affair, and opened the pro- gram With a talk on "Why Havel Picture Appreciation." Children of the school, dressed in exact replicas of the costumes . in the pictures they liked best, j and posing in exact positions of, the pi'tures, were presented. A playlet called "A Visit To 'An Art Gallery" was portrayed by Frank Plevenger and Patric' j| Senle, then the following pictures •were posed: Simplicity (Rey nolds), posed by Wanda Fay. Sutherland'. with violin accmnpan iment, Lullaby, (Brahms) play- ed b...

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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today and Sunday REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS • • *: . V S sv wm THE DENISON PUBLISHED IXA1LY KXCBPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp DIMLY NEWSPAPER Mc PER MONTH _ —— DENISON, TEXAS SAT., OQTOBER 19th. 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 102 Berlin, Rome Deny Ultimatum Sent Greece APPLICATION BLANK DENISON DEFENSE UNITS I submit herewith my application for membership in the Denison Defense Units for further consideration by the Deni- son Defense Council: 1. Name. (Print) (First Nam*) (Middle Initial) (Last Name) 2. Address. (PrinO (No.) (Street, Ave., Rural Route) (City) Speaker of the House Sam Ray- burn, above, enroute to his home at Bonham where a home-coming celebration in his honor is plan- ned for next Tuesday, arrived in Denison this morning at 6:50, aboard the M-K-T. Texas Special from Washigton, where he left Thursday at 6:30 p. m. The veteran democratic con- gressman was met here by an employee of his farm, who motor- hi...

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

'AGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS __ SAT.. OCTOBER 13th, 194'; THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1911 Telephone No. t0« Office of Publication 807 W. M l Cuffio^jSy^a tl> Issued Daily Except Sunday Natioual advertising repreiientative Inland New.* ;>aper It(>pr«sentatlvof, Tno , Wrigley Building,sChi "ago, 111. } Dedicated to clean and responsive governnien ) .■0 individual and civic integrity; to Individual anc* civic commercial progress. llOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Pr«a* will he gU' i *ilverii.<crs deniring blind addri 1* : tic 80c $1.71 18.60 SUBSCRIPTION SATES One W efji — J«ie Month Three Months ^in advance) Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* huving telephone listed in tbeir own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bilI<U presented. 10 per :ent will be added on unpaid private account? ifter 30 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by I tie published the same day. V a. m. wil CANCELLATIONS*inf...

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

SAT., OCTOBER 19th, 1940 THE DENIS0N PRESS PAGE TBBBS • € COURTS I ll'TEENTH DISTKICT COUK« It. M. CAUTKU, JUlXiK Divorces Granted Eunice Scott vs. H. A. Scott, divorce granted and custody of minor child is awarded to plain- tiff. Chevrolet coach. Hardwicke - Etter company Sherman, Plymouth coach. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT TOM SUGGS, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Howard B. Jones vs. Jones, divorce. W. N. Bowen vs. Mrs. Ro<wen, debt. Julia T. A Marriage Licemea George Mask and May Ednn Hennie, Sherman, route 1. D- K. Updegraff and Mrs. Nel lie Burrows, Holdenville, Okla. Automobile Rngistiatiou* Commander Larabee Milling company, Shertnan, Internation ill truck. Rev. 'M. L- Davidson, Sherman, Realty Trannfara J. H. McBee et ux to J. N. Risk, 2.04 acres in the Reuben Hena'rix survey, $1,000, Oct. 14, ill940. Burton L. Owens et ux to L. E. Petty lot 8, and north half of lot 9, block 15, College Park addition to Sherman, $1,650 Oct. 15, 1940. C. W. Cooper to Madge Coop- er, lots 11 and 12, blo...

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

PAGE FOUR k THE DENISON PRESS SAT., OCTOBER 19th, 194A SOCIETY NOTES Phone Tour Sooietr Newi To >00 Three Candles On Little Tot's iBirthday Cake With three tiny candles flic'v- tring on her beautifully decora'• etl birthday cake to mark the passage of the years, little Charlene Marie Braswell cele- brated her thira birthday yester- day when her mother entertained in her honor, with a bevy of little folks invited to join her on the happy occasion. Charlene is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Braswell, 900 W. Crawford. Halloween decorations and my riad colored baloons provided H gay atmosphere for the juvenik games and contests. Little Billie Crenshaw and Kay Orr were vic- torious in the contests and were awarded prizes. The . little hon- oree received a shower of gifts from those present and from Carolyn and Joyce Heacker who were unable to attend'. Refreshments of jello, toppei with whipped cream and cake carrying out the Halloween mo- tif were served to he following: Charle...

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

PUBLISHES DAILY E.XCKTT S"NI>AY WEATHER DENISON AND VICINrTY YOUR HOMEOWNER WAILY NEWSPAPER Partly cloudy, cooler, today and Wednesday S5c PEE MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 TUESDAY, OCT. V.OL. 7—NO. 104 Axis And Britain Woo Balkans Diplomatically EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON © . • Superintendents B. McDaniel and R. L. Speer of Denison and Sherman will speak over the air Friday afternoon in an effort to Ret fans from the two cities to reach a closer understanding for the Friday night football game between the. Jackets and Bear- cats • • • Chief of Police J. R. Dishner, a canine expert and fancier-raiser of sleek blood- hounds, says a good bleedhound will follow but one trail a day. More than one a day will ruin them for human-hunting purposes . . . Telling tales out of school: A dam worker who had a habit of often taking a pail of gin mixture in his lunch kit on the job, felt, the rub of his pranking mates the hard way ...

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

rUESPAY, OCT. THE DEN1SON PRESS vAGE TWO 1940 TUE; THE DENiSON PRESS E.WdblUhsd In 1 U Telephone No. #00 Office of Publication 007 W M la Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Neww paper Representatives, Inc.. Wriglsy Building," Chi- ■ago, III. " i . Dedicated to clean and responsive governtuen ] o individual and civic Integrity; to individual *W eivic commercial progress. :«UX NUMBERS, Core Denison Pr«u will bs ftr< 1 advsrtUers desiring blind addr< SUBSCRIPTION KATES Jne Week _ J*ie Month .... l'hree Mouths «in advance) Bix Months (in advance) One Yvar (in advance) IN lie Blip 1.76 . $3.DO Cii UtUE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persom b&ving telephone listed tn their own name and up on agreeing to remit when bill >ii. presented. 10 per :ent will be added on unpaid private account* ifter 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by V i. m. wil be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS'must be received by 10 a. m. w ...

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