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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 September 1937

DCNISON AND VICINITY Tuesday and Wednesday probable showers, cooler Rpmro?;cn<ativp United Press and International News Service. THE DCNISON DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 iagggggKagre 35c PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER ( « y^%%nnv>*;^;vaira«gaag88aaaaa«<« VOL. 4—NO. 78 tjin Jackets Snap Through Light Workout Mon. Denison Coaches Watch Ada Team in Tish- omingo Game Monday; Heft, Speed and Aggressiveness Apparent; Have 5 .Teams 1 a With a report their next op- ponents, Ada, Oklahoma, have a fast, heavy team, Denison high school Yellow Jackets began a week of intensive workouts Mon- days preparatory for their game on the Cougar home grounds Fri- day night. Every Denison palyer should be in first class shape for the Ok- lahoma game with the exception of Dale Shearer Jacket Wingman, hurt in the opening game against Greenville who was rehurt during the Durant game Saturday night. Shearer may not get back into action before the Sherman game...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 September 1937

TWO the FftfcjSS TUESDAY, SfiW. 21, i0S1 1HE DENISON PRESS ■MbllatMd la IN* Telephone Ko. IOC taauad D*Uy Bzo«i>t Sunday Knterad aa Second Class Matter J una 23, 1*86. at tbe po t office at Deulnon, Texan under the ■tot of March 8, 1S79. Dedicated to clean and responsive government; ts Individual and olvlo Integrity; to individual and «4v1« commercial progress. BUBelupTION RATES One Week One Month s5c Three Month* (In advanoe) i 0c Six Months (In advance) $1.75 One Tear (In advance) |3.5u BOX NUMBERS. Caro Denlson Prtas will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill Is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after SO days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by t a. m. will bo published the same day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be responslbla for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OF-TOWN-ORDERS for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 September 1937

TUESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1937 COURTS ICRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Baer Docket 1 Chester Greer, application to change address of wholesale dis- tributing place from 220 Ea-it Houston to 610 East Cherry, 'Sherman. THE D&NlSun PAGE THHKk fifteenth dist. court R. M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suitt Filed 1 Imogen* Shires vs. Ralph Shires, divorce. i J. M. Mathews vs. Tommy Mathews, divorce. I\d ,x lis |h« In lav lh \vt \ 9 |h- 1 ftt hen poi I bf lei) Ithl I nu ill loin I |h!'V Col bill llll'S | tea i r'j tip |VUK cat. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suit* Filed ' M. O. Belden, administrator of the estate of Ella Lee Henderson, deceased, vs. Mrs. J. S'. Hender- son et al, suit to construe will W. M. Harrel vs. J. L. Stegall, debt. Automobile Registration* R. T. Pennington, Sherman, Ford sedan. J. E. Hall, Sherman, Buick se- dan. i <L. R . Nowlin, Sadler, Ford truck.. Marriage Licen ei Billy Alton Ilainlino and Miss Martha Margaret Holloway, Sher- man. Fred Hirsch nd M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 September 1937

PAGE T ftp I«f'I 'TUHS DA V, Stir SOCIETY NOT! -PIHIOTO-FLA Business Women Convene Monday Workings of the program for the district convention of Bushiest and Professional Women's clubs in Denison Oct. 9 and 10, as wcil as other important details, were outined 'Monday evening at the •dinner session of the local club. Mrs X. T. Kret3in:?er, president, ■was in her executive* position. Blue and silver were chosen n the club colors and it was also an- nounced all meetings hereafter 'will be placed up to the 7:30 hour. Mrs. Kretsinger named Miss May- belle Warren as health chairman to succeed Miss Juanita Wallace and Mrs. George Cuehenor as in- tra-gioup chairman in place of 'Mrs. Nora Gullett. Miss Wal- plan to attend the exposition en- tertainment. ROYAL NEIGHBORS IN DRILL PRACTICE FOR THE CONVENTION Members of the Denison lioy- Neighbors camp held a practice session Monday night in the apartment of Mrs. Nora Gullett. Miss Genevieve Sweeny played for the drill work, which was bci conduc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 September 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Today and tomorrow partly cloudy to cloudy {<; BswsssKaxaefi THE DENISON PRESS I ># i W M&rm-jari iie PER MO !TH A FAST GROWING PAPER I flhUQiU'iii 'i'n rri"nriTr"'i Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, Wednesday, Sept. 22,_ 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 P •; ' V VOL. 4—NO. 79 I > I Seeking rooms for several hun- dred delegates !o a state conven- tion here October 5 and1 6th, Bro- therhood of Railroad Trainmen of- ficials appealed to private home owners through the Chamber of Commerce today E. R. Bryan, B. of R. T. head here, said the local hotel would riot be large enough to accommo- date the many hundreds expected for the two day convention and pointed out a number of privately owned homes with rooms for rent would be ncessary. All who have rooms to rent have been asked to list their names with the Chamber of Commerce immediately. Delegates arriving here October 4th, a day before the convention ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 September 1937

Wednesday DRMTSON PRESS LOOK ON THIS PAGE FOR YOUR DAILY WAN1I VENTRILOQUISM RATES Short-Murray FUNERAL DIRECT0R8 Phone 113 606 W. Main 8t. Learn Ventriloquism— Lessons given at reasonable charge. Call at The Bluebonnet, ono mile north of Shorman, on Highway 75. . 79-1 THE DENISON PRESS tiubllibtd In lt30 Telephone No. 100 Uauod Dally Except Sunday Entered as Beoond Class Matter June 23, 1936 at the poet office at Denlson, Texas under the act of March J, 1879. Dedicated to clean and responsive rovernmant te Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ano dvla commercial progress. BUB8IUPTION RATES One Week lOr One Month 35c Tfhree Months (In advance) 90< Six Months (in advance) $1.7' One Tear (in advance) $3.5' BOX NUMBERS Care Denlson Press will be give/ advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person^ having telephone listed In their own name and upor agreeing to 'emit when bill 1« presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 September 1937

"ednesdav". Sc t. 22,_ 1937 mi mrnmm THE DEN ISoai rnx*x COURTS 4 ;* FIFTEENTH D1ST. COURT B. M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suit Filed < A. L. Burleson vs. Frances M. Burleson, divorce. Marriage Licen e« 1 Clarence D Williams and Miss Myrtle Lee Turley, Sherman. Warranty Deeds 1 /Standard Savinjcs and Loan As- sociation of Dotroit to Mrs. Lena O'Hara, lot 8, Texas Nursery com- pany's replat of block 19 of South Side addition to Sherman, $2100, Sept. 10. Maynord B. George et ux to Mrs. Blanche George Hughes in her separate estate, lot 14, and south half of lot 13, block 1. Birge's addition to Sherman, $000, Sept. 8. George H. Wade to Whitesboro National bank, one-half interest in 158 acres tract in the M. B. La- mar survey, $10 and other con- siderations, Sept. 8. Standard Savings and Loan As- sociation of Detroit to P. A. Wal- ters and Mary A. Walters, lot 10, block 4, G. Y. Grays addition to Sherman, $2100, Sept. 10. Mrs. Lillian Ornsby to B. F. JMuulk et ux, lots 2, 3 and 4, block 3, Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 September 1937

SOCIETY NOTES Denison Garden Club Will Sponsor Free Lecture on Termites 1 hursday 'Launching the new season with plans for further beautification of Denison and announcing a free •lecture Thursday afltejrnoon at 2:30 o'clock, members of the 'Denison Garden c.ub met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. It E. Hutch - son, 900 West Walker street. Mrs. J. E. 'Meador presided- The free lecture will be given at the American Legion hall and will be entitled "Eradication of Termites." This is especially im • J portant since many homes in Denison have been badly damage;! by these insects- Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Seventy-six members gathered yesterday to hear a program uu- der direction of Mrs. F. W. Mill- er. Mrs. W- K- Craven spoke 011 "Tulip Rainbow, of Fall Planting of Bulbs for Spring Bloom." Mrs. J. H. Parrish had as her topic "All ■Season Bloom in the Garden." Mrs- Miller distributed the yearbooks which are of unique and very attractive appearance. Re- ports were given by the d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 September 1937

WEATHER DEN1SON AND VICINITY Cloudy, scatteed showers, Friday somewhat cooler. SafflnmiTTyraaaaaaig^^ fc Representative United Press and International News Service. THE DEM ■ : . DSNISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, Sept. 23, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 % 38c PER MONTH | A FAST GROWING PAPER I VOL. 4—NO. 80 BROTHER OF DENISON s p e a r. is WOMAN SLAIN,ROBBED "S Word was received in Denison Thursday morning by Mrs. M. B.' Morgan, U07 W. Wojdard street,' that a brother, Willie B. Cox, 41,' who resided at Hondo, N. M-, had died from blows administered by un'known parties thought to have the motive of robbery Death came at a hospital ut 4 Everyday DENISON 1 wi J udges E. A. Wright and M. M. Scho'.l this morning were recalling, strange cases which have come up/ before them since they entered office and began dea;ing out jus- tice. Judge Scholl recalls best a man who appeared before him and pleaded guilty as charged. The judge investigated the case thoroughly and finally told the de- fendant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 September 1937

Si4K«*acits mmm FAQS TWO "-*1" THE nr*tt$ON PRftSS THTJSfiftAV, Sept. 23, 1027 THE DENISON PRESS ftabkbiubwi in list Telephone Ho. 100 luu*4 IMly Except Sunday Entered as Second Class Matter June 23, 1#86. at the post office at Oenlaou, Texan under the ut of March I, 1878. Dedicated to clean and responsive government; ts Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ana oirla commercial progress. BUBSIUPTION RAT133 One Week 1° One Month S5' Vhree Months (In advance) #'< Six Month* (In advance) $1.7 One Tear (In advance) $3.:> BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlson Press will be give advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person having telephone listed In their own name and upor agreeing to remit when bill I* presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 80 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by • published the same day. m. will be fcJRRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 September 1937

THURSDAY, Sept. 23, 1937 THE DENISuin rftbiv PAGE TFTMBi MAtinTC V UUI\ A u FIFTEENTH dist. court B. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit. Filed I Claud Odom vs. Dich Archcr, possession of personal property, Including 750 bushels of wheat, grain drill, pulverizer and binder. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket I Miss Johnnie Miller has applied to be made administrator of the estate of John A. Miller, deceased- Mss Johnnie Miller ha3 applied to be made administrator of the estate of Cordie Miller, deceased. C- A. Shay has applied to fce made administrator of the es- tate of James Perry Sharp, de« ceased- Fined For Gaming J A Sherman man paid a $1 fine and costs after pleedlng guilty to to charge of gaming. The case was appealed from justice court. Automobile Registration! Sam Williams, Sherman, Lin- coln Zephyr sedan. Charles Leslie, Sherman, Chev- rolet sedan. Marriage License! E. J. Colonna and Miss Gladys Jewell Hodge, Denison. HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE JVJOR TH£AS'i ^EST50...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 September 1937

SOCIETY NOTES GRAYSON PIONEER IS HONORED AT BIRTHDAY DINNER IN WH1TESBORO ' WHITESBQRiO—J. H. Dodson, a resident of Grayson county some 63 years, was complimented with a dinner Wednesday in celebra- tion of hia eighty-second birth- day anniversary, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. .Too Harris, where he is residing at present- Mr. Harris and his mother, Mrs. F M. Harris were members of the dinner party. ■Mr- Dodson was born Sept. 22, 1855, in Alabama- He came to Texas with his parents in 187 ! and located near Bells and has resided in Grayson county since. He was married to Miss Eliza- beth Savage in 1881 at her home daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. B- Wilbanks of Los Angeles, Calif-, formerly of Sherman, to Dr. Geo- K. Stephens, pediatrician of the Stout clinic in Sherman- The nuptials were said Tuesday in the Los Angeles Episcopal church. The bride was born and reared in Sherman, graduating from the high school and attending Austin eo'lege. Mr. Wilbanks re his medica'l degree from the ...

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

mm WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy, scatteed showers, Friday somewhat coo'jer. THE DENISON PRESS Representative United Preas and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 24th, 1937 Stc PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 81 ^Jackets Seek Third Win Of Season Against Ada Few Local Fans Plan Okla. Trip * No. 73 27 57 38 67 72 48 89 79 98 81 Denison Given Better Than Even Chance of Winning Despite Being Outweighed By Heavy Cougar Outfit Dale Shearer Only Casualty Left End Position to Be Ably (Filled By Elvis Blanken- •hip, 135, Mighty Mite More than twenty Denison high school Yellow Jackets left shortly after noon today for Ada. Okla., seeking their second win of the season in three tries, Friday night. With the highest spirit displayed since the beginning: of the season, the Jackets are rated a better, 8ch°o1 following a meetin* at than even chance of defeating the sherman of Gray °n scl ool au- powerful Cougars who were held th...

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

. . «■ te&sjss PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS Batabllabed In 1*30 Telephone No. 100 Usued D*ily Except Sunday tiQtdfttd as second CIa^h Matter Jum 23, 1936, at the post office at Denlson. Texas under the Ml of March 8, 1870. Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to Individual and olvic Integrity; to Individual ana «1v1q commercial progress. BUBSIUPTION RATES One Week 10c On* Month 35c •Bhree Months (in advance) #0c 81x Months (in advance) J1.75 One Tear (In advance) $3.5u i uu a ggcd box numbers. Care Denlaon Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. charge accounts are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill 1* presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* after so days from date of first insertion. closing hour: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the aame day. errors The Denlson Press will not be responslbla for more than one incorrect insertion. out-op-town-orders for ...

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

FRIDAY, SEPT. 24th, 1931 THE DENIbur. irrw*x. PAGE THDBtt COURTS 9 jnrrvRNTH DIST. COURT B. M. CARTER, JUDGE Now Suit* Filed I Margaret Roles vs. W. I. Roles, divorce. i John W. Clark vs. St. Louis, San Francisco and Texas rail- road, damages. i Virginia Groves et vir vs. Tex- as Power and Light company, damages. James Clarence Thompson vs- fit. Loius, San Francisco and Tex- as railroad, damages. Z- Gossett, banking commission- er of Texas, vs. E- H. Holcomb et al, suit to set aside deed. Sibyl Reed vs. Chester Reed, divorce. ! FIFTY .NINTH. DIST. COURT I F. E. "WILCOX, JUDGE New Suits Filed 1 Maurine Boggss vs. Oscar S- Boggess, divorce. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Appearance Docket J. W. Suddarth et al, forfeiture of bail bond. Furst and Thomas vs. C. L. Harper et al, suit on debt. Criminal Docket Albert Fuchs, drunk, found guilty by a jury and assessed ?1 fine and costs. ' Jim Isom, gaming, granted leave to amend appeal bond- Paul Mcllwin, pleaded guilty to four charg...

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

POUR SOCIETY NOTES — =si# THE p!^Wl36N PRESS -rap-s FRIDAY, SEPT. 24th, l#$7 IN COMMAND HAVE "THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE ON NEW ALL-STAR RADIO PROGRAM Dallasite Gives Lecture At Hall Buster residence was "decorated ■with cut flowers. Interest was high at the lecture on "Eradication of Termites" by J. V. Stephens of Dallas Thursday afternoon at the American Legion hall, sponsored by the Denison Garden Club. 'Mr. Stephens wab introduced by the president, Mrs- J. E. Meador. The talk was illustrated with pictures from a projection ma- chine carried by Mr. Stephens' illie large audience tendered their thanks for such an important lecture. Following this, Mrs. Meador ■had a special meeting of the Gar- den club. Miss Genevieve Sweeney presided as secretary in the ab- sence of Mrs. Leo Short, who was unable to be present due to a previous engagement. A letter was read from Mrs. Ben G- O'- Neal stating that the board ol Texas Federation of Garden clubs will meet in Fort Worth at the IBlackstone H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 September 1937

HOME FURNISHINGS SECTION THE DEMSON PRESS 4- -4- *■ >*6*646*6*6 HOME ;! FURNISHINGS SECTION R • • • • -.V.VvV.'AV.VSfl FALL, 1937 DENISON, TEXAS, SE(PT. 24 FOUR PACES National Furniture eek! DENISON ..v.*" m Miss -~v '* m Sept. 24-Oct. 2 ##SfS¥? •••• V—■ — v:-:-vy?y--■■■■■■' r T. ■hSL^ - ' IKS* / wsm- ' ■ W0>#f' ■A wmm SIM HRH m I '"V&va fell Sr- € W1 *• % ;.T :• ym wMm THE smart hostesses of Denison are preparing now for the season of enter- tainment at home this winter. On this page, a charming living room, combining the traditional beauty of the 18th Century furnishings with a refreshing modern note; a dining room made doubly smart by a perfect circle broadloom rug of desert tan blending with the honey tone of the light mahogany furniture; a new version, in mahogany, of that graceful piece of furniture, the kidney-shaped desk. The newest creations of America's finest furniture factories are now on display in Denison stores. ALL Denison will be one great furniture exposi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 September 1937

Right Color Scheme Has Advantages The ideal dining room for use by the family of for entertain- ing the guests, glows with friendly formality. Eating is more than just consuming food for nourish- ment. It is a social event and in many households it is the on!y time during the day the members of the family gather together. The ddning room may be the simplest and least expensive of rooms, furnished in a quiet, pleas- ing manner, or it may be an elab- orate, elegant and formal place. Whatever its scheme of decoration it should be as plcasan'it a place as we can make it. It is really important to our health that we consume our food among rgreeable surroundings. A too stimulating color scheme, a rampant wall pap- er or a glaring carpet may be the cause of irritability. We all know that a dining room must have a table and chairs. . . and a server, a buffet or china cabinet, or all three. We may feel that when we have placed all these pieces in the dining room, in about the on!y arrangemen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 September 1937

tT' FRIDAY, SEPT. 24th, 1981 THE DENIbuii rruwx. PAGE Housewives Can Conserve Energy Through Saving Footsteps In Kitchen Russian Modern 9 Amid all the talk about English, French and Ameii an furniture, stylus, developed in other na ions are apt to be forgotten. . .but some of the furniture used in U, S. homes today is inspired by de- velopments in o her lands. For example, the modern davenport as shown above, was influenced by ill end table andi book shelves. Russian designs. Note the built- WARNING IS ISSl/ED AS ROCK MOUNTAIN FEVER CASES FOUND 'AUSTIN—Although health of- ficials do not view as alarming the appearance of Hock Mountain fever in Texas they advise that precautionary measures be taken. Two cases, one fatal, have been diagnosed in Liberty County by an expert of the U. S. Public Health Service, thus making first, official recognition of the dread c'teease in this state. , The malady, which is transfer- red to man from the bite of a tick has been reporter before in this st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 September 1937

THE m?>nSON PRESS FRIDAY, SEPT. 24,!i, 1937 edroom Should Reflect Occupant's Personality All Types Should Be Considered .Repose, freshness, and; comfort together with an element of the personality of the occupant, should be the main characteristics of a well pjanned bedroom. Let every detail, from the wallpaper to the furniture itself express this thought of sleep and rest.. A man's room should be definitely masculine, a woman's feminine— and age and persona) preferences too, should be considered. All of these are important, but inspira- tions of the moment should not distract from the theme of repose. Too frequently, the sleeping quarters of a home are common- place when a little care would make them sparkie with the occu- pant's personality. Even the bedroom of moderate size can have three distinct groups each affording its share of charm and comfort. The three groups should be the sleeping group, the dressing group and the lounging group. Night Table and Lamp The sleeping grou...

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