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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 October 1940

% - MONDAY. OCT. 28th, 1940 ' TUB DENI30N PRESS PAGE THKK* :> COURTS FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT TOM SUGGS, JUDGE Niyw Suit Filad C. P. Dulton et ux vs. Eeul h B. Anderhulb to try title. GKAYSOW COUNTY COURT JAKK J. 1,0 Y, JUDOK Probate Docket Mrs. J. M. Enloe has applied for guardianship of the estate of Eliscaibeth C. Caughey and Nicho- las CaugKey, Pitching terPmtf This Fast Way -or MoneyBith Korquick relief from Itching of cczvma. pimples, uhli ic'a foot, scabies, rashes and other ex- ternally caused skin troubles, use world-famous, MwlinK, antiseptic, liquid U.D.D. Prescription, jreascless, stainless. Soothes irritation and quickly stops interne itching. 35c trial bottle proves it,.or your roone' Iruggist today (or D. D. mey back. Ask your . D. PRESCRIPTION. AFTER'45 Very often as you I oUleryourdlia bacon Relieve Itch Fast orHoneyBidi and your blood caq JIO* the proper uourtsh- nt. You fael Ustks and worn out- Try ^Scratching For quick relief from itching of eczema, pimples* j ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 October 1940

!JM PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY. OCT. 28th, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phon« Your Soei«tjr New* To 80V the lead in the membership Lt. Col, John F. C.fW Junior Lodge In Regular Business Session The regular drill and ritualis tic work of the Dora Alexander Talley Juniors of the Forest wae conducted at their Saturdny af- ternoon meeting in the W. O. W. hall, and then as an entertaining feature, Peggy Jo Crittenden played a piano solo. Miss Crittenden, junior musici- an, is a freshman at North Texas State Teachers college and. was .^pending the weekend at home. She played Manhattan Serenade. A flag drill was presented dur- ing the business session. Jackie Alnridge's group was reported in contest. Juanita Swink was ifl special visitor, and Nita Huff man a member was reported ill. At next Saturday's meeting the juniors will practice their good citizenship program. :: Denison Teachers Attend O. E. A. District Meeting IRS — Several faculty members of the /Denison schools attended the Friday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 October 1940

WEATHER DENrSON AND VIClNrTY Fair and warmer today and Wednesday REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITE] *5c PER MONTH DENISON, TEXAS PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT >. SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNBp IMILY NEWSPAPER 'TUESDAY, OCT. 22, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 109 IV British Assistance To Greek Nation SCRATCH McDONALD MOVE IS UNDERWAY IV AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 29—The Scratch McDonald, Write in Corry campaign for agricultural commis- sioner, got under way today with many democrats throughout the state demanding reprisal against J. E. McDonald who, despite five terms as commissioner at the hunds of the democratic party, last week endorsed the Republi- can ticket. Central headquarters were es- ... taiblished at Austin by Bill Corry, 'fjjuly primary contender against McDonald and his campaign man- A ager, Judge C. C. Randle of Ellis / county ,to supplement offices at ^Waxahachie. |> "We've got. a tremendous job to do in the next week if we are not to suffer the double-cross Mc - Donald hand...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 October 1940

I I I ftAGJE TWO " "" = THE DENiSON PRESS Establish *d to 19S« Telephone No. lot Office of Publication 007 W. Mala Issuud Daily Except Sunday NaUoual advertinlnn representative Inland New* paper Representatives, Inc., Wrifley Building,** Chi Cairo, 111. f . Dedicated to clean and reaponaive coveruuien J v<> individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ant' civic commercial progreas. BOX NUMBERS, Care Uttmeon Prw advertisers desiring blind addrewee. SUBSCRIPTION KATES rill be gtv i of the fact that this state has already taken steps that go a long way toward traffic control and the resuiltant reducing ol tjhe death toll. Control oi traffic is something in which the newspaper publishers can func- tion most effectively and the good work done by them, already jhas materially ro duced the death toll in many sections. A concrete and sustained program by the press of the country should make us all more safety conscious. After all this is the tjhing most needed, eince such things as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 October 1940

.TUESDAY, OCT. 22, 1910 COURTS ' TUB DENISOW FRJSSS PAGE THRB8 fifty-NINTH DIST. COURT TOM SUGGS, JlJDliK Nrftr Suit Filed Pdna Mosley vs. Jodie Mosley, divorce granted. Loraine Gates vs. D. L. Gates, jlivorce. Cases Disposed Of Two damage suits arising out of a truck collision Oct. 6 on high- way 82 west of Sherman were settled in fifteenth district court Saturday. In one suit, Joseph T. Miller and his daughter, Joan Mil- ler, received $753.45 for injuries allegedly received .by the daugh- -.ev, s,nd in the other, C. M An- derson, Mrs. Willie Andovson and Margaret, Doris ana' Bibe Weav- er 'Anderson received a total of $1,258.55 for injuries received !>y the latter four. Defendant in 'b th .-u'ts was M. K. >f l)cn"'on, whose oil truol: vns in i> jll'.'ii/ii with a truck cs •••y.iig s. group of Coilinsville residents home from the Red River valley fair in Sherman. Divorces Granted Tillie Duvis vs. G. M. P'v'*, divorce granted and plaintiff's former name of Tillie M meiy res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 October 1940

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, OCT. 22, WO SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Sooiely New* To *00 transferred to Portland, Ore. Im- mediately after the marriage cere- mony which will be performed in Dallas, the couple will leave for Portland to make their home. Miss D.a Rob Watkins review- ed the history of the Cfinquest of Mexico by Cortez, last niirht at the business ana program meeting of the Junior Alpha Delphi club, when they met with Miss Hazel Hendrix, 1026 W. Morgan. Miss Eliza'bnili Berry wt s co-hostes.s with Mifi Hendrix, and Miss Watkins was instroduced by 'Miss Elizabeth Groves, chairman of the program committee- Miss Dorothy Kohfeldt, presi- dent, conducted the business ses- sion, curing which reports of officers and committee chairmen were read, and purposed projects studied. M iss Watkins' discussion was taken from the account of the history and conquest of Mexico left by Bernal Diaz del Castillo, who wr s one of Cortez's men. .She told of the march from Mon- tezuma's ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 October 1940

Published gaily except WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today YOUR BOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER and Thursday PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WED,. OCT. 30th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 110 Greeks Hold Stubbornly Against Border Attacks 1 EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON 0 II :.V And not a very good job of it either . . . Theodore Dreiser, the novelist, says he will vote for Communist Earl Browder for the Presidency . . . Greta Garbo, after all these years, will no longer be able to say she wants to go home to Sweden because she's applied for her US citizenship papers. It doesn't take them anytime to find out the good old US is the great- est nation in the universe , . . Plenty of peculiar stories turned up over the nation on the con- scription lottery yesterday, best of which was one fellow who, af- *v ter hearing his number called £ first, beat the government to it by enlisting in the army ... 00 telephone operators in Londo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 October 1940

' . . v •,/-> .. -v ^ 1 ■' VAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS WED,. OCT. 30th, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS Established In 1VM Telephone No. !«• Of lie* of Publication 007 W. Mai Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News- Vaper Reprt)*ent tive , Inc., Wri^ley Building/Chi •HlfO, III. . Dedicated to clesu and responsive goverutuen X) individual and civic Integrity; to individual an civic commercial progress. BOX NUMUEKS, Care Utniaon Ptmi vUl be gtv< i advertisers desiring blind address**. SUBSCRIPTION KATES .*ic Month Three Month* tin advance) flix Mouths (in advance) — -.J One Year (in advance) 1* lie 80< 11.71 18.61 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persom having telephone listed in their own name and up on igreeing to remit when bill >if. presented. li per ;ent will be added on unp«id private account' after 30 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by * m. wii be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS must be received by 10 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 October 1940

/. / /■ ■ • '/ WED,, OCT, 30th, JL940 COUR T Si THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THRIB lllllitNlH WillttlC'i" COUki K. il. CAUTJfiU, JUDGE Nr<jw Suit Filed J. D- Cannon vs. Grace Can- non, divorce. Enuvnuel Law vs. Jennie Flor- ence Law, divorce. Oscar B. Handler vs. Travelers Insurance company, debt on poli- cy. ■ Pauline Blakstone Gurrett vs. W. C. Garrett, divorce- Ed Pinley vs. Dorothy Finley, divorce. Ella Turfc'eiviHe vs. William B- Tui'beville, divorce. Divorce* Granted Cecil Hood Jr. vs. Frances Hood, divorce granted defend- on her cross action, and defend | ant's former name of Frances Smith is restored. Mozelle Tyree vs. N. F. Tyree, divorce granted. Ca>ei Disposed Of Sophronia Ward Keel vs. Wil* liam L. Keel, divorce granted, dis- missed at plaintiff's cost. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT TOM SUGGS, JUDGE Now Suit* Filed 0. R. Brown vs. Employers Mutual Liability Insurance com- pany, workmen's compensation, appeal from a decision of the in- dustrial accident board- Marriage Licenses...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 October 1940

«*Vi. ' ' T-"5r r~vr**nm* PAGE FOUK SOCIETY NOTES Phona Tout Society News To 100 Denison People Attend Special Bonham Service The Rev. James E. Spivey, pastor of the First Presbyterian I church hau a part on the special service for the ordination of dea-1 cons ;-nd elders of the Union Presbyterian c'hurch in Bonham lust night. He was accompanied to Bonham by a group of mem- hois of his church including Paul Borum, C. D. Brown, E. E. Cornish, 1). Baker, A. P- Wood, Mrs. J. S'. Hodges and Mrs. Ver- non. , \ In charge of the services was the Rev. J. Hoyt Boles of the Hemn'hill Presbyterian church in Ft- Worth, ana' other ministers taking part on the program were Rev. Barney Maclean of Sherman,j Rev. Charles Dearing of Paris, Rpv. B. W-renn Webb of White-1 ■wright, Rev. Edgar Graham of, Honey Grove. . I Tuxis Society Enjoys Thrills Of Halloween rangements for the party were Barbara Gray, chairman, Keith Ryll,- Bo b!fcy Cherry, Don Gray, Juanita Cody and 'Doris Kretsing- er. Accompanying...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 October 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINfTY Partly cloudy, cooler today and Friday THE H ^ ' BUSHED UAlLr KXCSTT PRESS YOUR HOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS = Kc PES MONTH DENISON, TEXAS THURS., OCT. Slat, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. Ill Italian Thrusts Repelled Along Greek Frontier PURE OIL WELL MAY BE PRODUCER tHURAJNT, Ok., Oct. 31—Pure Oil company's No. 1 Park College- 2C0, east outpost in the Cumber- land field, apparently was at last a producer today. Crews were y-' EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON 7 f One Denison supporter figures the District <5AA race out this ■ 'yuav: Sherman will lose to Paris, ^^•f,Paris will lo3e to Denison, winding JSC* up in. a three-way tie for first place with Denison getting the nod to go into bi-district. How the figuring come¥ in, you ponder . . . This corner sees Denison winning all its remaining district games with Sherman downing Paris by a score as large as the one made against Denison . . . One newspa- pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 October 1940

i rm ii ii .ii PAGE FCe tw0. THE DENISON PRESS =a= THURS., OCT. 3lot. 1940 THU1 THE DENISON PRESS Kat«blUb*d In IBS* Telephone No. lot Offle# of Publication 807 W. Mtii Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News- paper Ueprosentativos, Inc., Wri*i«y Building,* Chi CHIt0, HI. Dedicated U> clean and responsiv* govarnnten ; *o individual and civic Integrity; to individual anr civic commercial progress BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Pr« will be flv i advertisers desiring blind addrc—is. SUBSCRIPTION KATES one wetit — ..... — -——-- 1# 0(ie Month — —........ I'c Three Months «in advance) —... — 90c Six Months (in advance) |1.76 One Year (in advance) 13.60 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable trom persons hnving telephone listed In their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill-if. presented. 10 per 'ent will be added on unp«id private account* after 30 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by V a. m. will be published the same day. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 October 1940

THURS., OCT.J} 1st, 1940 THE DENISON fRJSSS PAQE THBE1 J .'."J w I Yellow Jackets YEA JACKETS LET'S GO! Tomorrow Night MUNSON FIELD Hit 'Em Hard JACKETS! 1940 SCHEDULE 1940 Sept. 13—Sulphur Spring., There (Sulphur Springs 18, Ueninon 24) St-pt. 20—Greenville, There (Greenville 27, Deni.on 7) Sept. 27—McKinney, Here (McKiriney 6-Denison 6) Oct. 4—Graham, Here (Graham 7, Denison P) Oct. 11—Bonham, There (.'Bonham 7, DenUon 19) Oct. 25—Sherman, Here (Sherman 20, DenUon 7) Nov. 1—'Sunset (Dallas), Here Nov. 8—To Remain Open JSov. 15—painesville, There Nov. 22—Tech (Ft. Worth) There Nov. 29— Parii, Here DENISON iiMiiHiiMiiHiiiiiiyiiyiiinyiwiiMiiiiiyiiMiNiihiiwiiyini ibN i i i ' 1111 TOMORROW NIGHT r W: We're Behind You JACKETS BEAT SUNSET! Dallas 1940 SCHEDULE 1940 Sept. 13—Sulphur Springs, There (Sulphur Springs 18, Denison 24) Sept. 20—Greenville, There (Greenville 27, Denison 7) Sept. 27—McKinney, Here (McKinney 6-Denison 6) Oct. 4— Graham, Here ^Graham 7, Denison iO) Oct. 11—iBonham,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 October 1940

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS TIIURS., OCT. 31st, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Tour Society New* To V00 Betty Munson Honoree At Tea In Woodward Home 'A. Complimenting: Miss Betty Munson of Denison, bride-elect of Thomas D. Donaldson of An thony, N. M., Mrs. Max Wood- ward received at tea Tuesday af temoon at her home, 1020 North Leslie. Sherman. Arrangements of dahlias and chrysanthemums were used for decoration. Receiving: with Mrs. Woodw&rd aim Miss Munson was the latter's mother, Mrs. W. B- Munson Jr. Mi--; Rose MaHe Riddle, of Den- ison and Miss'Mary C. Pitts of Durant, Okla.,' also brides-elect; Mrs. Phillip Kelton of Dallas and Miss Kay Kohifeldt and Anne Clymer of Denison who are to he in Miss Munson's wedding party. The honoree wore a bouffant dress of blue lame and tulle, Miss Riddle was dressed in a pink tulle frock and Miss Pitts in a period grown of black taffe- ta. Betsy Woodward, small daugh- ter of the hostess, received the raids. Memlbers of the house par- ty also incl...

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

THE WEATHER DENISON AND VICINfTY ~ - Fnir and warmer today and Saturday PUBLISHED DAILY KXCETT S'lfNOAY i YOUR HOME^OWNEJT IMILY NEWSPAPER Wc PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS — DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOV. 1st, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 112 British Planes Bomb Naples; Germans Moving EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON Texas Areas . Get Housing Latest Gsllup poll show* that Willkie has gained two more states from WR, which means Roosevelt will probably lose four states in the election, according' to democratic figures . . . One Deni- sonian told us last night that "this is a free country and every man has the right to vote as he sees fit." Then runs anyone down the country who votes for Willkie . . . Neville Chamberlain is enroute to the U. S. for his health, report* say. Britain would be in much better health had Chamberlain been in this country when Municii came around . . . i'ou fin^ few Denison young men who will yell if the government drafts them ev...

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

<?AGE TWO / 1 THE DENISON PRESS THE DENiSGN PRESS E Ubli*W In 10S« Telephone No. >00 Offlea of Publication «07 W. MaU Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland New it- paper Representative*, Inc., Wriglty Building,' Chi "ago, III. Dedicuted to clean and responsive governuen to individual and civic Integrity; to individual am civic commercial progress. BO-V NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Preaa will b glv i advertisers desiring blind addreaa«i. SUBSCRIPTION KATES Out VV ecic —. . J«<c Month ....... Three Months vin advance) I Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) 1* - tic . 90< 91.76 I3.B0 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone liBted In their own name and up on agreeing to remit when bill li presented. 10 per rent will be addod on un|>aid private accounts utter 80 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a be published the same day. ril CANCELLATIONS must be received by 10 a. m m order to avoid...

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

FRIDAY. NOV. 1st. 1940 COURTS ' THE DEN1SON PRESS PAGE THKES IIITEKN1H DISTRICT COUICt tt. M CAltTJSU, JU1MJK Divorce! Grunted >M. Leon Smallwod vs. Marie Cook Smallwood, divorce granted and defendant's former name of Marie'Cook is restored. Helen S. McNeely vs. C. R. Mc- Neely, divorce granted FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT TOM SUGGS, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Hayden E. Hall et al vs. J. W. Mervin et al, damages and to «- move cloud from title. C. D. Melton vb. Employers Mu- tual Liability Insurance company, workmen's compensation. Realty Transfers •Mrs. Rose Porter Westbrook et al to W. S. Dorset, .08 acre in the J. B. McAnair survey, $1,170,' Oct. 17, 1940. ; L. C. Fuller et ux to Joe B. Washburn, 445 acres in the M. B. Shackleford survey, $10,500, Aug. IDeweyV Jones to T. E. Jones, j fijfSCTfltcll lllf 5.'5 acres in the town ot iiog'H, Forquick relief from itching of eczoma. pimples* $400, July 22, 1940. 1 a,h1ata'm —ai— J -4I - ^Scratching . Forquick relief from itching of ecioii—, | a...

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

NOV. 1st. 1940 FRIDAY, THE DENISON PRESS PAGE FOUR SoeUly Phon* Your News Denison Girl Announces Her Recent Marriage Mrs. Alma G. Rives, daughter of Ml', and Mrs. Fred Geisenhon- er of this city and Edward J. Raycroft of Two 'Arbors, Minn., are announcing their marriage which was solemnized in Two Ar- bors on Oct. 7. Marriage vows were exchanged in the Chapel of the First Metho- dic church of Two Arbors, with the Rev. Harry Bell reading the service. The only attendants of the couple, other than members of their immediate families, were Mrs. John Keile of Muskogee, Ok., hih! Blair Raycroft, sister and brother of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Raycroft went to Piruhurst Resort in Naytahwaush, Mils, for a short wedding trip. <Mrs. Raycroft has been em- ployed at the Southern Ice com- inny, here for the past several yenrs. Mr. Raycroft is connected with the Deluth, Misabe, and Iron Ore Railway Railway Co., at Two Arbors, Minn. He will come to Denison to spend the 'Christmas ■fiolHay* with h...

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

WEATHER DEN I SON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today and Sunday THE jHl . PUBLISHED DALLY &XCBPT SUNDAY YOUK HOMEOWNER ' IMILY NEWSPAPER Mc PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SAT., NOV. 2nd, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 118 Greek Troops Move Two Miles Inside Albania BERLIN CAUGHT NAPPING BY RAF BERLIN, Nov. 2—The heart of Berlin was rocked by crashing shollfire Friday night, when bomb- ing British planes, in one of their earliest night attacks, caught f 1<I EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON $ % Side note to Bill Woodside of Paris:. This corner has hot been misquoting you as you charge. He merely switches the words around you write so they make sense. Bill strops us a line with a salutation "Columnist—he thinks" . . . Deni- son fans at the Sunset game last night were not dissatisfied with the showing of the Jackets, real- izing the Bisons composed the best outfit the locals will meet this season. How Sherman managed to get over the Bi...

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

mm JSwT- v VAGE two THE DEN1SON PRESS SAT., NOV. 1st, 1940 THE DENiSON PRESS EataiblUied la IBM Telephone No. 109 Office of Publication 607 W. Malm <H£ _ ^9Bs _ Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative inland Noww yaper Reprtssentativ. \ Inc., Wryfley Building,* Chi •'.ago. III. !. **l.j Dedicated to clean ud responsive governnjen ) «o individual and civic Integrity; to Individual am" civic commurcial piogrtss. HUX NI MBKKS, Care Deniaon Preai will k« (i▼< i ••iverti'cri desiring blind addrc—a. SUBSCRIPTION KATES Ju o WueV — i . - 1* j«ie Month : — # c Three Months tin advance) _ 90c Six Months (in advance) $1.76 Ope Year (in advance) ...... $8.6<> CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* having telephone listed In their own name and up- on igrecing to remit when bill ii. presented. 10 per :ent will be added on unpaid private account? after 30 days' from date of first Insertion CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by « «. wil be published the same day. CA...

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