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

i i ii^aaasss WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY ■Generally Fair today and Sunday; s Slightly Warmer *igakr^. THE DENISON PRESS SBa PER MONTH Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. 28, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 A FAST GROWING PATER VOL. 4—NO. 58 Cotton Is 10 Percent Picked Here Hot Weather and Drought Almost Ruined Crop; Re- cent Rains Bring Neces- sary Moisture to Get Crop Little Damage Is Reported Continued Rains May Bring In Insects; Clear Weather Will Help Crops, Report Firemen Hear Bell At Peanut Plant, But It's Only Valve Sprung A Leak A leak in the sprinkler system Seeing no smoke from the in- at the Peanut factory early Satur-j aide of the building, firemen broke day morning coat the plant a a gl'ass door and entered, only to Ijlass door and few minutes wor- find a valve in the sprinkler sys- ry for city firemen. Firemen, riding night patrol, tem had sprung a leak. Firemen fixed it speedily and wsnt back passed the plan...

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

y.... 3: fAOE fWtf. 'fHE bENlSON WillSS THE DEN1SON PRESS Bstabllahed la 1 S0 Telephone No. 100 luuil Dttily Except. Sunday JBntered as S<Jconrt Class Matter June 23, 1930, at Uie post office at Denlaou, Texas under the act ol March 8, 18"#. Dedicated to clean and responsive government; lo Individual and clvlo Integrity; to Individual ana civic commercial progress. BUBSIUPTION RATES One Week 10c One Month 85c Three' Montba (In advance) 90c Six Months (in advance) $1.75 One Year (In advance) $S.5u BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone llated In their own name and upon agreeing to' remit when bill In presented. 10 per ceat will bo added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days froxr. date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denlaon Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. their expens...

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

SATURDAY, AUG. 28, 1937 THE DBNISON PRESS Oi COURTS UNITED STATES COURT (WAiNiDOUPH BRYANT, JUDGE Bankruptcy Docket Barbara Mary Wajreiier, opera- tor of The Wagener Shop, 107 West Houston has filed a petition "Vin bankruptcy. She lists debts as $2,223.8>2, assets as $2,775, and exemptions, $50. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suits Filed Williiim E. Badgett vs. Elsie Badgett, divorce. Z. (Josssett, banking •.'ommia- sioner of Texas, vs. S. R. Odoni, debt. Case* Dispoted R. H. Harris et ux vs. Southern Ice and Utilities company, dam- ages. Dismissed with prtjudlce ut defendant coat. iClara B. Garner vs. Dirl Garn- er, divorce granted and custody of minor child awarded plaintiff. J. E. Armstrong et ux vi. B. F. Moseley et al, try title and dam- ages. Judgment for plaintiff'. J. F. Gibson, as next friend, vs. Texas Electric Railway com- pany, damages. Agreed judgment lot pla:*it'ff. R *poi'. /•_. proved Mary Louise Cox, et al vs. Richard Lamb et al, partition. Supplem...

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

SOCIETY NOTES MORE THAN HUNDRED DELEGATES ATTEND DEMONSTRATION MEET At an all-day meeting of Qiay- #on home demonstration club women at Woodlak'e Thursday, ( 12 clubs were represented, with 117 delegates and visitors regis- tering. Features of the meeting were a talk By Fred W. Westcourt, di- rector of rural arts department at Denton Women's college, whu spoke on "Bulbs for Texas Gar- dens," and an old-time school par- ty staged by the Pottsboro club during the fun period, directed ■by Mrs. Fred ORiddle. Suggestion* were made for other clubs to givu kimilar programs in connection with their meetings. County Agent V. 0. Teddh* told how to cull hens and stress ed the importance of culling. Will Leslie, president of the Red River Valley Fair association, talked ar the prospects for the coming fait. Misg Marie Carter and her mother, Mrs. V. P. Cater left for California this week where the young woman will become the wife of Gilbert Rogers of Oak- land in a ceremony Monday. He is the son...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1937

WEAT HE * DENISON AND VICI Gonernlly Fair today and S Slightly Warmer HE' DENISO Mc PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER : Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, AUG. 30th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 I VOL. 4—NO. 59 * SCHOOLS PREPARE FOR OPENING HERE Buildings Repaired for Fall Se&sion; Teach- ers Begin Drifting In For Formal Opening Principal Issues Call For Transfer Studes 1 .w ■ City schools were being rushed for occupancy today for a formal opening Wednesday, September 8 several days earlier than in years past. Giants Climb Within Two Points, Lead Cubs Split Fair While New York Slams Out Single Win; Yanks Take Tigers Those Cubs from Chicago look lire -Vey may bo hns-beens ia the Notional league race, that is, un- less they show more than they V/.have in the past week when they dropped a three-game lend to a mere 2 percentage points. New York, seemingly destined to play a second subway, series with the Yanks, walloped Cincin-| n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1937

PAG® TWO THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, AUG. $0th, 11)37 THE DEN1SON PRESS Established la 1*"® Telephone No. 100 the day that one of taxes, Andrew Issue* DftLly Except Sunday Entered a Seoond Cla a Matter June 23, m«. at the pout office at Denlson. IBM under the not o( Mareh *i 1878. President Roosevelt on of the champion dodgers W. Mellon, died. Some few years back, Mellon it was revealed, had dodge along with other ac- cumulators of wealth, well known loop- holes to them, but unknown at the time to the tax department. Of course now, Mellon will be extoll- —Dedicated uTciean and re.pow.ive government; | ed for his benevolence and love for gath- to Individual and civic Integrity; tu Individual ana erjng specimens of painting.?, aild Other ar- civlc commercial progress. BUBfllUPTION R.ATU3 One Tear (In advance) 90c $3.5u BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlson Press edvertlsers desiring blind addresses. will be given having telephone Hated In tbelr own name and upon Agreeing to' remit when bill 1* pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1937

' MONDAY, AUG. 80th, 193 H COURTS IFTEENTH DTST. COURT R. M. CAUTEK, JUDGH New Suit* Filed 1 V. D. Noel vs. Mabol Noel, di V-'rce. E'.ta ZaZchary vs. Sum Ziirhary, ■ i vc rce. Realty Transfers ' Charles M. Moody et ux to Ger- trude Johson, north 63,5 feet of lot 81, Birge's Fairview addition, Sherman; $450, Aug. 24, 1987. P. It. Markham, et ux to A. B. <Case, lot 12, Lyon and Keliehor addition, Sherman; $1,000, Aug. 19, 1937. W. E. Shearin, et ux to Zu'iii N. Zacheary, lot 1, block 7, Win- nn's addition, Denison; $200, Aug. 28, 1937. Raoull Strauss et ux to Mrs Ona Skeen, lot 13, Frank S. Ham's South Highland addition, Shermun, $1,000, August 24, 1937. iLaura E. Lively et al to Era H. Batta, lot 10, block 9, Munsoti aiid' Purrinton's addition, Denison;' $000, Aug. 6, 1987. Marriage Licenses Mulcom M. McClara and Zu a Mangrum, Sherman. Automobile Registration* •A. N. Zaehary, Denison, Chevro- let truck. R B. Hutchinson, Denison, Ford coach. I. T. Griggs, Denison, Chevrolet sedan. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1937

TilE DENiSON P | SOCIETY NuiliS is a well known farmer, the bob of P. L. Cavin of Salem. After a short trip Mr. and Mrs. Cavin will be at home on the Paul Walk- er farm east of Collinsville. TWO CONVENTIONS THIS FAL4, INTERESTING.'TO I cently WOMEN IN THIS DISTRICT Women in this district looking forward to the state con- vention of the Texas returned from a vaeatior in California. An informal even -1 ing of entertaiment followed the-j dinner. Young men present were Worsham ery and Fred Schweisinger. v* Federation, Kay Shone, Jr., Matt of Women's clubs in Austin Nov. Owen Livesay, Elwood Kretsing- 0 to 13 and the meeting of Tex- er, VV. E. Richards, Bill Montgon as Congress of Parents and Teachers in Beaumont Nov. 14 to 18. Mrs. Richard J. Turrentine of Denton and Mrs. M. A. Taylor of Bonham are the stato presi- dents- of .the two organizations, re spectively Both meetings will feature I a' ent education, the federation hav- ing family healtn as its goal. Tv°e congress will discuss "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY i Generally Fair today Little change Wednesday tas&ns&i8&N8B3s3fc i THE DENIS< >N PRE S5c PER MONTH Representative United Press and Jnternational Newa Service. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUG. 31, 1937 ?> A FAST GROWING PAPER csssmsffirngmsmsnsnoMMNtt « WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 60 LOUIS COPS BOUT, I DECISION BOOED Hat Strike End Seen For Dallas Tommy Farr Surprises Critics and Everyone Else By Staying Fifteen Rounds With the Champ; Cash Customers Boo The Decision For the first time in the history rafters at New York Monday night of a heavyweight championship by cash ano ass customers alike bout, the winner—Joe Louis over State and Federal Agencies Appointed to Look Into Dallas Millinery Strife and Try to End It, Report. Tommy Farr—was booed to the DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY Louis, de Ending his title for the first time against the Welsh- man, was unable to land a really damaging blow against an oppon- en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1937

TWO THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, AUG. 31 1927 THE DENISON PRESS Established In 1 S« Telephone No. 100 luu«d Dally Except Sunday Hlntsred as Beoond Class Matter June 23, 1938. at the post office at Denlson. Toxas under tlie act of March 8, 1879. Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to Individual and clvlo integrity; to Individual and civic commercial progress. 6UB8IUPTION BATES One Week l°c One Month 35c Three' Months (In advance) HOC Six Months (In advance) |1.75 One Tear (In advance) . ,.... J3.5u BOX NUMBEHS. Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone Hated In tbelr own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill 1« presented. 10 per cent will be added 'on unpaid private accounts after 80 daya from date of first insertion. CLOSINQ 'HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OP-T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1937

[TUESDAY, AUG. 31, 1937 THE DEN1S0N PRESS HOW WELL DO YOU i KNOW THE NORTH£ASTYyESTgOU TH ® : By Put Perry President Roosevelt luck of hnv- ing traveled as much us Howard P.' Taft during his administra- tion? 1 2.—What of.'r.e WP8 Hope Euff, Hotel Denison ratnagev, elected to at a recent merlins of 1.—How many miles does hotel people in Dallas? ...J-.; pat rial I v ied Iter! i. |onr I lnc«| 1T1-! Jnd-'.'l I 1 -be our uro- and peen a can 1 kfiliR | the is nav- the lay the Wie- the II nu Ifch luld tbnt in s o rn a It) ;i whai roulil the wa* comf is al Ihint: )rtay er.ii A hu pur mutl lin; OWI her* here, tag « >h:i M PHONE 93 411 MAIN Radio Repairs —6 Monthi Guarantee— on all National Union —R a d I o Tube •— DENISON RADIO SERVICE 8.—What was the reas tn given b> Edward McGrady fof rcxigiiiy his position us assistant labor secretary for employment with a prviato concern? 4.—Who provided tansporU- tion for the Deniwon high school Yellow Jackets to their summer training camp near A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1937

.page four THE DENISON PRESi, TUESDAY, AUG. SI, 19' SOCIETY NOTES Pleasant Time Out Christian Group Bi-County Meet Ninety-three women represent- ing seven churches attended the -first annual meeting of the bi- county Christian Women Mission- ary societies in Whitewright Mon- day. Thirty-jtwo motored ^fiiom Denison, headed by the president, Mrs. Ben P. Hearn of First Christian church At the business hour Mrs. Hearn was reelected president •and Mrs. W. 0. Harmon of Bon- ham remained in her position as secretary-treasurer. A program committee of which Mrs. Robert 'Dean was selected as chairman, includes Mrs. Johnson of White wright, Mrs. Lloyd Motley of Van Alstyne, Mrs. Harmon and Mrs. Hearn The committee will meet with Mrs. Hearn for a luncheon mnd business meeting Friday, Sept.24 at which time the year's program will be outlined. Yesterday's meeting was in honor of Laura Lynn Majors, mis- sionary on furlough to White- wright. Mrs. G C Minor of Denison was in charge and Mrs. Harmon o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 September 1937

JWTW <3SW.-i.Xge&n■irusehbr:■%:,+.. . - "~t- WW m *ffl ■ * HWMWUHM* !W!Y«Ji::-• .fiaWB«w«.x. ..■ . ;* ><• "MmaNa 1 WEATHER PEN1SON AND VICINITY Today and Thursday Partly cloudy to cloudy HE .OEM &mm$. •- mm®* & wi&jimam Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, Sept. 1, 1937 38c PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—N( •British Press Urges Force To W ring Apologies Ships Are Warned to Stay Clear General Chiang's Appeal for Other Foreign Nations to Intervene in Warfare May Come in the Near Future Little Change, Shanghai Area More Than Half Billion In- vested by American In- i terests in Chinese Sector LONDON — A demand that Great Britain t<>V«- im.n li te a', ops to force ar. • i&wer at-nl'T"! ing for the ma.-Vne gun sh ;.ng of Sir Fughe Hj<- issen, th? Brit- ish ambassador l > China, was made by, the T<r>ndon Daily Ex- press today. Under the heali.ig "pleaw the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 September 1937

Twer THE DF.NT30N PRJWS WEDNESDAY, Sept. X DENISON PRESS KMUMUhert In 1*50 Telephone No. 100 laruMt Daily Bxoept Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to Individual and clvto Integrity; to Individual and civic commercial progress. BUBSRIPTION RATES One Week 10c One Month 35c Three Months (In advance) SOc Six Monthi (in advance) 11.75 One Tear (In advance) $3.50 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlgon Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. of social ideals that make for the security oi its aged and indigent, its unfoilunate I an its retarded souls. However, when such a nation is for- i ced to have to take up arms to defend | those ideals, there is not any fury and , - „ .. T wrath comparable to it. That is why Am- Bntered as B*cond Class Matter June 28, 1#38. . ,, ... ,, ... j I%t tha pOBt office at Denlaon, Texas under the eriCft fought SO in th© VV 01*1(1 \\ Mr 2Mld thfltf aot of Marcu . 1879. .. | is why she will fight again, if and when it becomes necessary. 0...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 September 1937

... .WEDNESDAY, Sept. 1,1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THBBI . ♦ COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT B. M. CARTER, JUDGE I W. L. GrOicm et al va James Garland et al, title and posses Jugdment Affirmed rt) Ex parte, Rayburn Morris vs. State of Texas, judgment affirm- ed by court of criminal appeals at (Austin. ,j| GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY. JUDGE Term To Open County court is to open Monday The first two weeks will be giv- en to non-jury cases, the next two to civil jury cases, and the fifth to criminal cases. Boer Docket M. C. Lassoter, application fori license to retail beer at 204 South ' Crockett. Mineral Deed I D. Ci Warren et al to Paul R. Warren, 27.5 acres in J. B. Mc- 'Anair survey; $50, June 4, 1987. Automobile Registration* D. A. Newman, Sherman, Chev- rolet sedan. *i1 I Olan R. Van Zandt, Tioga, Chevrolet sedan. W. C. Shearer, Sherman, Chev- rolet sedan. > FOK SAI.E—l hur.ie power <11 rect current motor. Priced right nt *1". rhono *00. HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE J\JORTH£A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 September 1937

PAG-t FOUR THE DEN ISO N PRESi WEDNESDAY, Gupt. 1, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES attend the second performance of 'Cavalcade of the Americas, whicn ill be dedicated to them. "We are looking forward to having the Business and Profes- sional Women as honorces on the grounds, as we feei they are one of the most representative groups of women in the state." staid Frank L McNeny, director-gener- al of tne Exposition, in confirm- ing the special day. DENISON WOMEN'S CLUBS WILL HAVE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN ABOUT FABRICS | Women's clubs of Denison will soon have the opportunity of learning at first hand the funda- mental facts about fabrics that make a skilled shopper from an untutored one. ! According to the announce- ment of a new educational pro- gram to be carried out by Col- lins & Aikman Corporation, large eastern textile manufacturers, a ' ————* staff of fabric experts will tour MISS HULL IS GIVEN ■the country bringing to women's KAlNBOW SHOWER IN clubs and other interested organi- zations l'a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 September 1937

WEATHER PENISON AND VICINITY Probable Showers Thursday And Friday U The deni Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1937 'BRITISH SEEK CAUSE Seniors To Enroll Wed., High School 36c PI* MONTH A FAST GROWING PAP EM K WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 62 SUBMARINE ATTACKS LONDON—Great Britain, al- though not ready to make its ex- haustive report on phantom sub- marine attacks on its ships in Mediterranean waters, is of the DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • — 9 September 2, 187.1 So far the proposition to give to Austin college the use of our school building to bring the in- stitution here meets with the gen- eral and hearty endorsement of our citizens. Some fev; oprosed the donation of the building, but ft as explained that Dr. Luckett had stated at the meeting Tuesday that the trustees did not. ■ ask or wish a. deed to the proper- ty,, only a lease so long as they might choose to use it for the purpose specifie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 September 1937

two mmr - - -1 * A'i . fHUHSDAY, SEPT. X 1437 THE DEN1SON PRESS Established In 1 0 Telephone No. 100 Issue* Daily EBxc«i>t Sunday Matured as (Wound Class Matter June 23, 1#38. at the poat office at Denison, Texas under the act ut March 8, 1879. Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to Individual and olvlc Integrity; to Individual and civ la commercial progress. BUBSRIPTION RATES One Week 10c One Month 3®° Three Months (In advance) #0c Mix Mouth* (In advance) $1.75 One Teur (In advance) {S.50 BOX NUMBERS. Cara Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in tbelr own name and upon agreeing to rem|t 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 8 a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OF-TOW...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 September 1937

fThlTRSDAY, SEPT. 2. 1937 COURTS 1 Realty Transfers Gertrude E. Elklns et vlr to 'Horace Robertson, half acrea on aouth side of West McGee, Sher- man; $225, Aug. 14, 1937. John Marshall et ux to Robert v% B. Smith, lot 6, block 6, Hazle- wood and Vaden'g addition, Sher- man,; $1 and other consierations, June 15, 1937. 1 Z. G. Haralson et ux to Myrtle Jeanette Watson, lot on Porter street, Sherman; $550, Aug. 25, 1937. Gunter Townsite company to R. O. Parker, lot 9, block, block 34, old town plat, Gunter, .$93.75, July 26, 1937. Oil and Gat Leases (Amanda C. Jamison et a] to < THE DEN1SON PRESS PAGE THRU Texas company, 024.0 acres in A. II. Latimer and M B Lamar sur- veys; $1 and other considerations, July 24, 1937. Automobile Registrations J. J. Loy, Sherman, Ford coach. HOW WELL DO VOU KNOW THE j^ORTHjrAST^rESTgoirrn T By Pat Perry 0 0 I .—What was the term applied to Japan by a recent note receiv- ed by the United States from tho League of Nations? 2.—J. V. Conatser has return-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 September 1937

1 PAGfc POL'S DEN'iSOxN' PRES.' THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, l9:lf SOCIETY NOTES FLA of//ie Week SEVERAL QUARTETS TO ATTEND COUNTY SINGING CONVENTION HERE SOON Ptens are going forward for a county dinging convention on the| for nurses evening of September 11 and through the following day, it has been announced by B. B. New- lund, president. The event wil! be held at the Denison high school and those attending from outside of the county will be ■provided homes for Saturd. i' night. j D. C. Gordan is county prcsi-1 "Predestination" was the dent. Among quartets which wil^ ject of Rev. S. L. lerrys be present are to the Strong City i Wednesday evening Quartet, of Srong, Okki.; Stamps I quartet of Dallas; Springer quar- tet, Dallas; Jaeo quartet, Green- ville; E. E. 'Ayers quartet, Madill, Okla.; Community quartet, Bon- ham; and Drake Sisters quartet of McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Badgett left Wednesday for Fort Worth to en I ter St. Joseph's training school She is a graduate of the 1937 c'ass of...

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