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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 August 1937

KtSWflVffPWMr JK) msBBBKSSXXXXT-SBSSF WEATHER § DEN1SON AND VICINITY J: Generally fair today and Wednesday. Cooler. H ^^l^ww^a888S8saaaaggassaggaaa8m•^-^ THE DENISON PRESS 3Sc PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER MttnmssaBoam Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, WED., AUG. 11th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 43 Whiteman Goes T exas w Battle Is Reported In jActs, Dallas ChinaSectoriOn Forders Heavy Artillery of Japanese State Secretary of Socialist Forces Begin Moving in : Party Asks Washington to Direction of Shanghai, Re- Give Assistance; Claims ports From T.ere Indicate Ford Workers Are Liable ChargesTarl City Suffers Hottest Night Of Summer; Cotton Is Threatened China City Is In Flames, Claim Suspected Drive of Nippon Forces Gets Underway In- cludes All Army Branches State Group Takes Action Acting Governor Woodul Says Department Will At- tempt to Clear Mystery Denison Is Asked To Take Part ; In Huge Dallas Demonstration DENISON 6...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 August 1937

~*r 1 " t~ PAOE TWO THE DENISON PRESS THE DENISON PRESS ErtaMUhed In 1930 Telephone No. 100 liwued Duly Except Sunday Kntered tin Beconil Class Matter June 23, 103B, at the post office at Denison, Texas under the act of March 8, 187#, m i Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ana clvlo commercial progress. BUBSIUPTION RATES One Week One Month .. ■ Three' Months Six Months One Tear 10c 35e (In advance) 9u^ (in advance) (In advance) *8-5u BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Preaa will bo given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed In tbeir own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill 1« presented. 10 per ceat will be added 'on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first Insertion. CliOSINQ HOUR: Copy reoeived by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responslbla for more than one incorrect insertion. OUT-OF-TOWN-ORDERS f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 August 1937

WED., AUG. 11th, 1937 THE DENTSON PRESS O h nniiDTQ FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit, piled > IRiichard P. Bailey, adminis- trator, vs. J. N. Caviness, injunc- tion. 1 Maitie Belle Williams vs. J. W. Williams, divorce. Caiet DUpoted ■ iRoonie Rogers vs. William H. Rogers, divorce granted and prop- erty awarded plaintiff. Term Extended The court on its own motion ex- tends May term of court up to and including Sept. 11 for the purpose of hearing and determ- ining matters not yet disposed. ' Louisa Ball charged with pos- session of unstamped liquor, un- lawful manufacture of liquor and possession of beer for sale in a dry area. Realty Transfer* IS. R. Bishop et ux to E. R. Davis, lots 101 and 102, Belmont 'addition, Denison; $075, Aug. 4, 1937. E. R. Davis et ux to Claude II. iMoore et ux, lots 101 and 102, (Belmon)t addition, Denison; $1,000, Aug. 5, 1937. 1 Phoebe Burke Key et vir to A. P. Hill et ux, 17 acres in two tracts of Robert McKinney sur- vey; $500, Jul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 August 1937

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS SOCIETY NOTES WED., AUG. 11th, 1937 Hither And Yon % WITH KEN Brides-Elect Are Paid Compliment Miss Sarah Louise Greer enter- tained with a luncheon today at Hotel Denison complimenting three young women who will be • come brides in early fall. The/ are 'Miss Martha Jane Clayton, who will marry Ralph Porter Jr., on Oct. 3; Miss Jane Tonkin of New York City visiting in Deni- son, who will become the wife of Carl Wagner of Binghamton, Nl Y.'; Miss Eddina Newby who w'l' marry Eugene Hale of Denver, Colo. > The table was centered with ar- tificial gardenias and corsages of these were placed at each plate. This is only one of the several 'parties 'being arranged for hv popular brides-elect. Miss Greer was assisted in entertaining by her mother, Mrs. J. L. Greer and! Mrs. J.' A. Mayes. ' The guest list included Misses I TomTcTn, Newfoy, Clayton, Elaine] Meador, Lillian Handy, Benadine Newby, Mesdames R. B. Hutchin- feon, Gordon Nix, Lloyd Hunt, J. D. Bond, D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 August 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY R Today and Friday^ partly cloudy to cloudy TH 1? % PTJPQft JL\LJL_JkJ/kJ> LSj Representative United Press and International Newa Service. DENISON, TEXAS, THURS, AUG. 12th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 ■IliiimiMW i! dtI 38. PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER aaMiaaaaaiiiiiiniiiiiiMiMiwii -.-.wr China Rushes Units to Area Near Shanghai Grave Danger Felt that Largest City May Become Seat of Warfare Between Chinese and Nippon Forces; Foreigners told to flee SHANGHAI—In a drive to atop Japanese forces from attack on the city of Shanghai, the Chinese regular army units were rushed today to stave off the danger from f-y * 6i DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • _ August 12, 1875 The Good Templar's festival, given att he M. E. church last night was one of the most pleas • jW (ant gatherings of the season. The ' '' night was lovely and the little giove byi the side of the chur-'n fctautifully lighted up and furnish- ed with tables and seats. The at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 August 1937

PAOE TWO TI1E DEMISON THE DENISON PRESS !C*labllstied In 1M0 Telephone No. 100 luuod D ily Except Sunday Entered as Second Class Matter June 23, X9^ti at the post office ut JJonluon, Texas under the act ot Maxell 8, 18V#. . i Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to Individual and civic Integrity; to individual ana civlo commercial progress. BUBSIUPTION RATES One Week One Mouth ... Three Months Six Month* One Year , 10c 35c (In advance) . Ouc (In advance) $1.7% (In advance) ?8.5u BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Presa will be given advertisers aeslring blind addressee. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed In tbelr own name and upon agreeing to remjt when bill In presented. 10 per cent will be added 'on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible! for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OF-TOWN-ORDERS for clas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 August 1937

THURS, AUG. 12th, 1937 THE DENTSON PRESS PAGE THREi, n COURTS FIFTEENTH DISTRICT COURT E. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Verda Longston vh. Arnold Longston, divorce. Tracy Mayo vs. Velda Mayo, divorce. '0 Irene Hines vs. Artie Hines, di- vorce. Case* Diipoaed Richard P. Bailey vs. J. N. Cav- inesB, injunction. Defendant's gen- eral demurrer sustained and cause dismissed at plaintiff's cost. Avery Barron vs. Luella Barron divorce granted and custody of minor child awarded plaintiff. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILOOX, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Hudie Nelson vs. Texas Nursery rompany, damages. Automobile Registration* II. M. Minnis, Whitesboro, Chev- rolet sedan. Dr. A. M. McElhannon, Sher- man, Oldsmoblle sdoan. Realty Transfers Mrs. A. M. Walton et al to Jack Oram et ux, lot 6 and east half of olt 7, block 25, Miller's second ad- dition, Denison; $1,125, Aug. 7, 1937. C. E. Murphy et ux to W. C. Bailey, lots 2, 4, and 6, block 2, Christian college addition Sher- man; $610 and other c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 August 1937

PAGK KOUH THE DENISON TRESS SOCIETY NOTES Miss Carter Is ( Honored Tuesday I Mrs. Tom Branham entertained the Fidelia Class of Calvary Bap- tist church Tuesday evening wUh a watermelon feast at Red River Inn complimenting her houso- Kuest, Miss Billie Jones, of Ap- •palachia, Va. and Miss Marie Car- ter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. . F. Carter. Miss Carter will Is married to Gilbert Rogers of Oaiil land, Calif., on August 30. i Assembling at the church, a car- avan was formed to the picnic site. Games and skating were en- joyed after which Miss Carter wa^ escorted back to a rustic table which was laden with attractive gifts. Watermelon was served^ later. I Miss Carter is a graduate of^ Denison high school and is popu-l lar in young people's work at the Calvary Baptist church. Her fi- ance is the son of Mr. and Mi*-". C. A. Rogers, 1106 West Chest- taut street. He has been in Ca'i- fornia for some, being employed with a railroad there. Miss Carter and her mother will join him ir Oakland...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 August 1937

WEATHER DEN I SON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy to cloudy today and Saturday THE OENISON PRESS 35c PER MONTH ,v236# Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 13th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 A FAST GROWING PAPER Maaaaigsssaasgaag ?'"fwfmffmvw«aa! VOL. 4—NO. 45 Orders Probe, St at en Tragedy Desolation And Gloom Surround Tenement Vicinity Following Building Crash Taking Nineteen Lives Late Wednesday Evening Denison May Send Delegates STATEN ISLAND—With three er to give aid in removing the de- other probes on as to collapse of bris from the wreckage caused by a tenement building here which the collapse of the tenement house took the life of nineteen persons when flood waters undermined the and left more than forty persons house. This step was made neces- homeless, the grand jury today sary to locate other bodies buried ordered an investigation. under the heavy wreckage. With desolation, death and As a precautionary measure Hint He M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 August 1937

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS THE DENISON PRESS EatabiUhed In 1#S0 Telephone No. 100 luuod twily Except Sunday standard. And the cost will not be felt by the people nor will it tax the city treas- ury. This may be done by installing the | meter system for parking cars on the I downtown streets. Such meters may be Entered" a« Becon-i clasa Matter Ju..e 23, 1930. installed and the city permitted to pay the ftt thu post office at Ueninon. Texan under the cogt 8U(,j1 from a percentage of the re- act of March 8. i87 . . ceipts placed by parkers of cars. The cit> will have extra money to make the addi- tional safety and police equipment pos- sible and also to add extra police within a THIS PAGE FOR YOUR FRIDAY, AUG. 13th, 1937 m FRII FIFTI Dedicated to clean and reasons I ve government; to Individual and clvlo Integrity; to Individual ana civic commercial progress. ' SUBSIUITION RATES , One week l0c reasonable period of time. One Month . 35c i other towns are doing it and Denison Three Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 August 1937

FRIDAY, AUG. 13th, 19H7 TOE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREt m COURTS FIFTEENTH DISTRICT COURT I R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed I Betty' Marguerite Rutledge vs. Jess Rutledge, divorce. n Kd fin I ISO I a H | !i i 1 • : . \ GKAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket Thelma Hix, application for ad- ministration of estate of Arvle, F. Hix, deceased. Nan Kincaid Hanke, applica- tion to probate will of E. H. Hanke, deceased. Marriage License* J. T. Anderson and Helen Flet- cher, Pottsboro. Charles W. Traylor and Mrs. Geraldine Jones Traylor, Dallas. R. S. Tyson and Alta Bomnr, McKinney. Automobile Registration! Klmbell Oil Mill, Sherman, Chevrolet truck. R. L. McMillan, Sherman, Chev- rolet sedan. Southern Ice companyi, Sher- man, three Dodge trucks. Lyman D. Robinson, Van Al- styne, Chevrolet sedan. Oil and Gat Assignment The Texas company to Mag- nolia Petroleum company, third interest In the following lands; 674.5 acres in Aaron Burns sur- vey; 303.5 acres in Daniel Dugan and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 August 1937

PAGE t'OUK THE DENiSON PRESS FRIDAY, AUG. 13th, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Committees Named And Program Arranged For District Convention Here In October i Ita order that an early start may be made in arranging to en- tertain the Second District Feder- ation of Business and Professional Womn's clu-b, in Denison Oct. 9 and 10, Mrs. L. T. Kretsinger. local president, called her cabinet in executive session at a dinner in Hotel Denison Wednesday night. Committees were named and the convention program was outlined. Members of the cabinet will b< official hostess?.* Registrations which begin at 2 p. m. Saturday Oct. 9 and continue 'till four, wiil be handled i«i the lcbDy of Hotel Denison by Mr*. Charles Ornsby, chairman, Miss Rob'ena Yeagei and Miss Elizabeth Bumpas. A* tre information Jesk. Mrs. J. S. Knaur will b; Moisted by Mrs Walter Jennir.g*. Late registra- tions Sunday morn ng will be tak- en by Miss Bift'le Dickey and Miss Deane Furget. Mrs. Laura V Puckett will dis- tribute conventio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 August 1937

K*S\V.V 'XB2&_ WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly) cloudy Saturday and Sunday THE DENISON PRESS .v*Vr 35c PER I & A FAST GRO1 ***' - MONTH GROWING PAPER 8aaSB88B2SS?«^%^r.VVV%r.^..v"ViJS^ Representative United Press and Internationa) News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, SAT, AUGUST 14th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 46 *Labor Troubles Break Anew In Dallas Friday ! Man Beaten On Highway Car Worker Hatter Union President May Call Strike at Dallas Un- less Demands for Better Conditions and Pay Come Reward Posted For Assailants i I'm Tar and (Feather Exponents Are Sought Through Huge Reward; >till at Large DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY August 14, 1875 The highwaymen are still ply- ing their vocation, as we see by the Sherman Register—the same parties probably, who robbed Smith between this city, and Sher- man, and the two farmers near Savoy. The robber force is now increased to four. Thursday ev- ening they halted J. J. Thomas of Pilot Point, four mil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 August 1937

PAGE TWO TI1E DEN I SON PR1L8S THE DEN1SON PRESS Established In 1 S0 Telephone No. 100 Issued Daily Except Sunday D«; Knterod as Second Class Matter June 23, 1K3B, al tile post office at Denlson, Texas uuder the act of March 8, 1879. , Dedicated to clean and responsive government! to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ana civic commercial progress. BUBSRIPTION RATKa One Week One Month ... Three' Months Mix Months One Tear 10c 35c tin advance) 90c (in advance) $1.75 (in advance) $1.50 BOX NUMBERS. Care Deniaou Press will be given advertisers aeslring blind addressee. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* having telephone listed in tbelr own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill I* presented. 10 per cent will bo added on unpaid private accounts after 80 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUfC Copy received by 1a.m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion, OUT-OF-TOWN-ORDERS fpr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 August 1937

SAT, AUGUST 14th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THUEifc i a* COURTS FIFTEENTH DISTRICT COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed ^ W. B. Harris et ux vs. George Parker, damages. Ada Harris, plaintiff, alleges she was crossing highway 75 at Howe on June 7 1937, wnen bo wa struck by an automobile. She asks $35,000. Case* Diipoied 1 L. J. Weems et al vs. C. L. Henry et al, partition Report of sale approved. Halma Ruth Scotoey vs. Archie Earl Scobe.v, divorce. Dismissed ^t plaintiff* cost. E. F. Strobe vs. Vern Dumas, application for receivership. Dis- n issed on motion of plaintiff. Realty Transfers 1 E. W. McAden et al to Elmer Davis #t al, 50.5 acres in two' tracts of W. A. Clopton survey;! $201, June 17, 1937. Robert E. S'tollinsrs to T. F. As't-n, lot 16 by 100 feet in Sher-; nr'n; $50, AUR 7', 1937. 1 V. Y. Short to Harry Hudgins, 14.64 acres in I. and G. N. R. R. survey; $10, Aug. 2, 1937. Dallas Building and Loan asso- ciation to R. W. Helvev et ul, v/est half of lot 3, block 7. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 August 1937

THE DEN £ AON PRESS EDWARD ARNOLD SOCIETY NOTES Rainbow Order Honored Friday ■ Eight members of the Denison Order of Raintyow received recog- nition for service "Friday night at Masonic hall. Mrs. Claude East- erly presided as mistress of ceie- mony. Mrs. A. J. Hartson is wor- thy matron of Gate City chapte The Grand Cross of Color was conferred upon. Mrs. A. L. Ford, mother advisor of the Rainbow Girls for three years; Mrs. Guy Story, assistant mother advisor for two years; Mrs. G. G. Hopkins, ■past worthy matron and member of the advisory board; Miss Edith lAustin, secretary of the advisory board; Miss Lillian Ruth Russell. Grand Faith of the Texas Order of (Rainbow Girls; Miss Rayma 'Mao London, past worthy advisor; Miss Helen Fay Storyi past worthy advisor and grand representatives to Ohio; Miss Mil- dred Ruth Reed, Majori- ty member and past worthy ad- visor. i Following the event last night Mrs. Ford entertained Rainbow Girls with a slumber party honor ing Miss Rayma Mae Londo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 August 1937

fflS&RWy. r7T7i WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly ciouuy Saturday and Sunday Representative United Press and International News Service. t m Five Die Near City In Car Wrecks Sunday Local Man Involved In Accident Houston Youth is Killed In Smashup Near Colbert on Sunday Afternoon; Mrs. W. W. Oven of City Hurt Howe Tragedy Claims Quartet DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • 9 August 16, 1875 Sunday evening two sergeants and a corporal (all colored) be- longing to the tenth U. S. cavalry, got on a spree and in their wan- Carefulness In Grass Fires Sought By City Fire Marshall, Chief Make Appeal to Denisonians to Be More Careful in Future An alarming number of fire calls caused from burning grass, trash and tree limbs, has resulted derings about the city, stumbled (in an urgent appeal from fire of- into the San Francisco saloon, on ( ficials to property owners to be Skiddy street. Here they drank more careful. With the month of freely, but refused to pay the bill August ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 August 1937

*AGE TWO THE DEN ISO N PftfiiSS MONDAY, AUG. 16th, 1037 THfc UfcNISON PRESS : | Established In MSO Telephone No. >00 Issued D .ly Eieept Sunday Entered as Second Cla.sa Matter June 23, at the post office at Denison, Texas under the aot ot Jdaxeh 1870. * r DedicaVed to clean and responsive government! to Individual and clvlo integrity; to Individual ana civic commercial progress. BUBSRIFTXON RATES _ . •... 10c One Week s£>c One Month # Three" Months tin advance) . Six Month* (in advance; One Year (In advance) '>■<"> BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Pro. s will bo given advertisers desiring blind addresses, CHAJIGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed In tbelr own name and upon agreeing' to' remit when bill Is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. CIXXSINa HOWf: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for more than on« ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 August 1937

■HnmnMMiHHMM MONDAY, AUG. 16th, 1937 -jL 1 1 COURTS FIFTEENTH DISTRICT COURT E. M. CARTER, JUDGK Now Suit* Filed ) (Ruby Milford vs. Virgil Mi ford, divorce. Hulma RuLh Scob'y vs Archie Earl Scoby, divorce. Murie Tatura vs. Traders and General Insuruitc.' company, a corporation, debt o"i policy. Criminal Docket Edward j'hsou of Denison, charged wit.t bmy.ory and theft over $50, ordered released on $250 recognizance in each case. Civil Case* 1 Ruby Roland vs. Ray Roland, plaintiff's hiotion for alimony. Hearing set for 'Aug. 20. i Onai (A. Stephens vs. C. D. Ter- ry, administrator of estate of C. E. Stephens, partition Substitute judgment entered. Realty Transfers I T. P. Aston et ux to Robert E. Stollings, tract 10 by 100 feet on Pacific, Sherman; $50, Aug. 11, 1937. Sallie Shutley et al t5 Robert E. Stollings, tract 12 by 100 feet, on Pacific Sherman; $50, Aug. 9, 1937. 1 1 W. L. Kelsey et ux to John Marshall, 06 acres in E. Canton survey; $500, July 27, 1937. ,W. F isbell et al to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 August 1937

PAGE FOUK SOCIETY NOTES Virginia Anderson Bride of U. H. Still In Impressive Ceremony At Waples Church Miss Virginia Anderson, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Anderson, 827 West Sears street, became the bride of Ulmer H. Still, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Still of Wright City, Okla. Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock at Waplei Memorial church. Rev. D. E. Hawk officiated at the ring cere- mony. The bride entered on the arm of her father. She wore a white lace frock fashioned along the fit- ted mode. Her hat was a white ■braid (off-rthe face model with starched veil. She carried whfte sweetheart buds. 'Miss Elizabeth Green was maid of honor. She was dressed in blue "chiffon. Bridesmaids were Miss Jewell Leftwich of Fort Worth, in rosebud taffeta; Miss Clinta Jones, in apple green taf- feta; .Miss Marjorie (French of Durant, in peach taffeta. Betty Jean French of Durant and Mari- lyn Anderson of Dallas, dressed in pastel taffeta lighted the al- tar candelabra. Edgar Still of Wright City at...

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