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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Saturday Dartly cloudy. Si Slightly cooler K Representative United Press and International News Service. THE DENISON PRESS i isammmataatS!za!KS^i JSc Pit II MONTH g A FAST GROWING PAPER DENISON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 1st, 1937 WESKLY FOUNDED 1930 -—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 87 % BUSINESS LEVEL 10 GO UPWARD The end of September saw gen- what from the level achieved a lit- eral business conditions in the j tie earlier in the season. United States appreciably above the level of the same period of la.it year, although set back some- DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • 9 October 1, 1875 Mr. Finney, proprietor of the shoo-ing gallery, offered two prizes the first of September, to be presented to the two men mak- ing the largest number of center shots in succession. The time for trials was limited to thirty-one days, which expired todayi. The first prize, a $40 silver watch, was won by A. B. Blevins, who rang the bell thirteen times in succession, shooting o...

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

FAQS I WO TIIE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, OCT. 1st 1037 FR THE DENISON PRESS (MtllibM Is 1ISI T*<«priua« No. 100 Issued D !ly Bxoept Sunday <U|0 Entered aa Second Class Matter June IS, 1>S6. at thf po®i offlt v at Denjeon, Texaa under the act of March 8. 1S7I. Dedicated to clean and responsive government: to Individual aod civic Integrity; to Individual ana civic commercial progress. One Week .... One Month .. Tliret- Months Six Months One Tear BUB8IUPTION RATES •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*• XOc 35c (In advance) >0c (In advance) $1.75 (In advance) |3.5u BOX NUMBERS Care Denlson Press will be given advertises aeslrinu blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* bavins telephone listed In tbelr own name and upon agreeing to -emit when bill la presented. 10 per cent will b. added on unpaid private account* after 30 days fron. date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be res...

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

FRIDAY, OCT. 1st, 1937 TIIE DEN i SON TRESS PAGE THBlCk THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN! COURTS i r?- MH\ THIS" FOlMJTA/M p£H i Sot fan tu/tajty COUPONS uJ/tlTcS SPLEfclfcto1 1 UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRVANT, JUDGE New Suit* Filed E M. Hall vs. Employers Lia-j -bility Assurance Corporation, to wot aside award of industrial acci-1 dent board- Transcript filed from district court of Cooke county. T. C. Ingrram vs. R. J. Vann, damages. Trascript filed from district court of Collin county. plaintiff's several demurrers' ov- erruled Motion Docket 'Mrs. Otia Carter et vlr vs. Nat- ional Mutual Accident Insurance company, suit on policy, plaintiff's motion for judgment. Automobile K'egulr.ition* Vera Clarke, Sherman, Ford se- t'an. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTER, JUDGE Motion Docket Zeiodie Andrews vs. Lora An- drews, divorce, motion to rein- state suit. GKAYSOM COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Civil Docket Mrs. Ona Carter et vir vs. Nat- ional Mutual Accident Insurance company, suit on ...

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

PACUB four THE DEN1SOS PRFPS FRIDAY, OCT. j ' 3 0*T SOCIETY NOTES Mrs. Walker Is Paid Compiment 'Mrs. Clarence Walker, the for- mer Miss Billy Sontag, was com- plimented with an elaborate din- ner party Thursday night at Hotei Denison with Miss Helen Cullen and Mrs. Dave Hunter as hostess, es- For the occasion, Mrs. Walk- er was dressed in lace, Mrs. Hunt- er in red and Miss Cullen in white moire taffeta. The dinner table was centered with a huge bouquet of roses on ref'icctor surrounded by fern in scalloped style. A bridge serins followed with tables prizes of cigarette boxes with I Bobby Breen Coo-Coos Bad As Ever The star of Eddie Can'or's radio hour turns to his third movie at- tempt in the Rialto feature for matching today and Saturday, "Make A Wish." tray won by Mrs. Walker, Mrs W. L. Munden of Marshall, Mrs. — • ■ ■ - . Fred Finley, Mrs- Kate Cullen. girls in uniform who will give High score prize a crystal sand- demonstrations at any time the wich p'.ate, was received by Mrs...

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

IWtf <! l-ol WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer Sunday clear 3«« ara8aiS88aia ^^ THE I § A FAST GROWING PAPER Wfmm&amXa&W? Site FEK MONTH Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, SATUDAY, OCT. 2nd, 1937 WEJ&KLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 88 Black's Fitness Is Question As WorldHears Him Enemies In Scalp Hunt, Washington Supreme Bencher Tells Rad- io World He was a Mem- ber of the Klan But Defies Anyone to Find A Blemish Feels Better After Speech Enemies and Friends Court Member Begin Piiopogan- da For and Against Black WASHINGTON—While Justice1 Hpgo Black answered in the af- j firmative when asked the direct question if he felt better since he had "that off his chest" after he had delivered himself of his! relation to the Ku Klux Klan.l there were those who made ans- wer immediately after hearing the| speech, that it established his un-j fitness for the position. Sti'i others took the stand that' it cleared him and i...

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

y.' TWO rut pftM&s SATUDAY, OCT. 2ml, ml \y S A THE DtNlSON PRESS KaUkbltalsad la 1>16 Telephone No. ISO Uau«4 Dally Exoept Sunday Entered a* Second Class Matter June 23. 19Jfc at U t* post office at Oenlson, Texas under the act of March K, 187 . Dedicated to clean and responsive government to Individual and elvlc Integrity; to Individual an. civic commercial progress. BUBSIUPTION RATES On* Week lOi One Month 36* Three Months (In advanoe) #■ . BU Montba (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 la presented. 10 per cant will be added on unpaid private account* after SO days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by S a. m. will b' published the same day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsibl for more than one Incorrect insertion. OUT- OK ...

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

SATUDAY. OCT. 2nd, 19S7 THE DEN I SON f'RESS PAGE THBfcs THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN sucw A/o inwoc£^ looum ' 1 '' UTTUf D0661E- I MAV/WT "the mbact to pull l mope .sc^e ^icw old /ma^ plckls HIA< I//3 AA/D ad0p1s him /*? 11 MTFrZ AjATIOMAt. CA/77P0AJ Co N/V COURTS FIFTEENTH D1ST. COURT B. M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suit* Filed J. P. Stone vs. Ephemie Stone, divorce. Motion Docket A. H- Thomas vs. W. H- Thom- as, defendan't motion for costs. (iltAYSUn COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Criminal Docket Otto Herald, drunkenness. G. R. Groves, drunkenness. Homer Torno, drunkenness. E. C- Fisher, drunkenness. Civil Docket H P. Abney vs. Dona Rainey et al, suit on debt, jury for defend- ant, .and defendant's motion for cost bod granted- 'A. L. Grant vs. John Saltzman,' debt, motion to strike defendant.) cross actio sustained. Defendant's" general and special exceptions overruled. Appearance Docket Fred Sanderson vs. R. E- Stay, suit on note. Mc- Automobile Registration! B. W. Newland, Sherman, For...

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

, FOLK I'itK nr;\'t'Po: SATtlDAY, OCT. 1^,7 SOCIETY NOTES League Tourney At Miller Home The Denison Story Tellers Lea- gue will have the city tournament Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. I E. Miller on West Bond street. The winner of this event will got to participate in the state tourney. mother for the present- 'Mr. Far- ley is employed at Ashburn's Creamery. Oil Men Call Meeting, Irked At More Taxes REGULAR MEETING OF "PASTORS' ASSOCIATION SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY The regular monthly meeting of the Denison Pastor's associa- Governor's Office Flooded With Telegrams Demand- ing No Further Levies CORPUS CHRISTI—Oil men of Texas, aroused at the steps to add further taxes to the oil indus- try are calling a mass meeting in South and East Texas for a march on Austin at an earlv date. They Comments 01 A Movie Fan & a "Make a Wi H"—Directed by Kurt Newman. Story by Ger- trude Berg. Music by Oscar Straus. Produced by Sol Lesser and released by RKO"Radio. Hither And Yon WITH KEN tion i...

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

WEATHER DKN1SON AND VICINITY I Partly Cloudy, Cooler Monday and Tuesday THE DENISON PRESS s xsmaBamxrzz tMXOiSl Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCT. 4th, 1937 18« tUi, MONTH J; A FAST GROWING PAPER f" WEBKLY FOUNDED 1980—DAILY 1984 H VOL. 4—NO. 89 District Five Crews to Take On Hard Games Denison Entertains Tough Outfit From North Dallas Sherman And Paris to Have Un- blemished Records Challenged on Friday Unblemished records of District m m 1 & Mm Vive teams, Sherman and Paris, may go by the wayside this week as all five take on tough oppon- ents that end the snap season def- initely. in any outfit may be toppled from win columns, at any time. Denison, fresh from a 13 to 6 victory over McKinney, enter tains a powerful North Dallas crew All the rest of the way at Munson fie'.tf in a game that may; be a tossup with tho winner Edward To Visit U.S. For Study Duke of Windsor Announces Intention of Coming to America to Study Work- in...

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

t o '■ V' -i. r/M-: i rut Dff>JT3'05f PRESS MONDAY, OCT. 'It!, L03f 1 THE DEN1SCN nncco « ULaJtJ BatAbUab** in 1*40 Telephone No. 100 Ia*u«t JDfclly Bxoept Bundaj I BuUittil as Second Class Matter June 23, 1136, M titt post office at Denlson, T«*xaa uudm the Mi at UUroL *, 187#. ~~~ Dedicated to clean and responsive government; U Individual Mid olvlo integrity; to Individual and civic commercial progress. BUBSIUPTION BATES One Week l0c One Month 85c Obree Monihn (In advance) foe Hit Month* (In advance) 11.75 One Tear (In advance) I3.5U BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Preen will bo given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARuB 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 accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING "HOUR: Copy received by # a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 October 1937

MONDAY, OCT. 4th, 1937 COURTS THE DENTSON PIIESS PAGE THHBa FIFTY-NINTH. DIST. COURT I P. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suit* FW Thomas M. 'Mooney vs. Walter Jenkins, damages and injunction i CHAYSON COUNTY COURT .JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket ' >0. L. Curry has .applied for the guardianship of Gordon Holloway, a minor. The application was granted and bond was fixed at $25. 1 C. F. Sanders has applied foi j administration of the estate of Ralph Sanders, deceased- Motion Docket I A. L. Grant vs. John Saltzman, debt, plaintiff's motion for judg- ment. Mrs. Ona Carter et vir vs. Na- tional Mutual Accident Insurance company, defendant's motion for judgment- Automobile RegUtration* Mrs. Berta L. Vaden, Sherman, Chevrolet sedan. Dr. John T. Nail, Sherman, Terraplane sedan. Ernest Moore, W'hitesboro. Chevrolet sedan. G. F. Cox, Whitesboro, Chev- rolet sedan. Roy Rumans, Sherman, Chevro- let sedan. Mrs. (A. L Gough, Durant, Okla. Dodge sedan. F. E. Beal, Denison, Chevrolet coupe. Harold Schmi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 October 1937

..fffp'Wg ■ ! ■ '«<• SOCIETY NOTES THE DEN'!SON PRESS MONDAY. OCT. 4th. 1937 Another Jones Complex Film Clayton-Porter Nuptial Vows at Waples Church Before an altar banked witn baskets of white chrysanthemums, lern and floor candelabra holding lighted tapers, Miss Martha Jane Clayton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H Cluyton, 1119 West Gandy on princess lines with upper dec- street, become the bride of Ralph A. Porter Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. K- A. Porter ,3600 Milton, Dallas, Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock at Waples Memorial church. Rev. iHomer T. Fort of Paris officiated ait the ring ceremony. The bride entered with her father who gave her in marriage. >She wore a white satin gown made on princess inles wifh upper dec- ollete of sweetheart style. The only trim were covered buttons down the back. Her finger tip veil of illusion hung from a halo covered with seed pearls. The white satin sandals were trimmed with silver kid and Mrs. Porter wore a diamond necklace. Her shower bouque...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1937

V WEATHER DENISOM AND VICINITY Partjjn Cloudy to Cloudy, Possible Showers THE DENISON PRESS : wmB&s&m&issz J « PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 5th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 90 Dcnison Welcomes State Convention Delegates tlUCE SENDS MORI FLIERS TO SPAIN ROME—It was learned today definitely that Mussolini has sent additional aviators and planes of •the bombing type into Spain to assist the Facist in their fight. Among them is one of his own sons, it is stated Prom Sicily comes the informa- tion that a group of ithe aviators was sent from that section. It is declared that Mussolini either wishes to rush the war to a hasty end, or in case the rebels win, Mussolini would be in a po- sition to secure a better deal for his own country in any allocations of its mineral deposits or other natural resources neeJful in war. Senior Named President Of High Scholars Scholarshi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1937

PAGE TWO __ THE DENISON PRESS KautbiUQxl 1> ltlt Telephone No. 10© tuned Dolly Except Sunday Entered aa Second Class Matter June IS, 1#3«. at the post office at Denlsou, Texaa under the act of March 8, 1870. DedlcaJUd to clean and re pon lve government; te Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ana civic commercial progress. SUBSIUPTION RATES One Week 10c One Month 35c Three Month* (In advance) SOr Hlx Month* (in advance) |1.7S One Tear (In advance) |3.5u BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Press will be given udvertlseia desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* having telephone listed in their own name and upon agreeing to >-emlt when bill In presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* after 30 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by I a. m. will bp published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect insertion. OUT - OP- TOWN -ORDERS for classified ada are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1937

7 TUESDAY, OCT. 5th, 1937 TIIE DEN''SON PRESS PACE THMbi OTHER EDITOR'S THOUGHTS MIGHT BE BEST PLAN, AFTER ALL I The Herald believed it was a mitake for Associate Justice Black ever to dignify tho attacks made upon him of Ku Klux Klan mem- bership by any sort of reply. The attacks undoubtedly were launch- ed, not for the good of the Gov- SENTINEL'S new Superheterodyne ra- dio tuning Ameri- can and FOREIGN stations. Outstand- ing at ernment, but for the purpose ol'-) discrediting President Roosevelt for his appointment of the Ala- bama Senator- It was a Catholic United States Senator, O'Mahon- ey, of Wyoming, staunch foe of the President's court plan, who came most vigorously to the de- fense of Justice Black in the at* WHSSSW# $24.95 denison RADIO SERVICE Bii® mmmoKmaarsjsKL-i BEsanr^asrwrasE SBHP■BSBSBHHUBMHBMBI - *. ■ "x m mmmm •• * Fire Sale! NOW IN PROGRESS ON ENTIRE STOCK OF BEAR DRUG CO'S. RECENT FIRE. EVERY ITEM GUARANTEED, JUST SLIGHT SMOKE DAMAGE. REMEMBER OUR LOCATION— 221...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1937

SOCIETY NOTES Miss Womack I Gives Review ) Taking the audience back more than one hundred years when the throne of England was threatened |through moral deterioration of the Hanover line, Miss Lillian Womack of Sherman gave a dra- matic and fascinating review of Vaughan Wilkin's novel "And So >—'Victoria," Friday night at Hotel Denison. Miss Womack's appearance was sponsored by the Denison Business and Professional Women's club. i Miss L. T. Kretsinger, presi- dent, introduced the speaker. Be- fore that, however, Miss Marie Arthur gave a musical prelude in- cluding "My Lovely Cecelia" (Wil- son); "On Wings O Song" (Mendelssohn) and "Sounds" (Klenn). Mrs. S- V. Earnest was seated at the piano. I Miss Womack began her re- view with a short talk on the author's life. Mr. Wilkins, just a young man, was an editor at 26 and before many years passed de cided to write a story of Queen Victoria and her ascension to ths English throne. The book is fic- tion, based upon several facts, and i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 October 1937

if' WEATHER DfiNlSON AND VICINITY Partty Cloudy to Cloudy, N Possible Showers THE DENISON PRESS ■m&zB&vvxzjm s6s MR MONTH A FAST GROWING PAFEJI ^wwaaiBMBiaagaaawigaBMggBMMMMII w m * Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, Wednesday, Oct. 6th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 9 J HARD WORKOUTS FOR M*r And NORTH DALLAS GAME ^ pEd Stollenwerck Fears His Charges May Not Be Able to Stop Hard Driving Bulldog Full; Austin May Cause Trouble From The Air Denison high school gridders Coach Logan Stollenwerck was took a hard workout Tuesday af- depressed over the chances his1 temoon with another scheduled squad has against the powerful for today in preparation for one' Bulldogs who last held a stronger of the toughest games of the sea- Sunset team to a 14 to 14 tie son aginst North Dallas high here in the Cotton Bowl. A week Friday night. previous Sunset had knocked over McKinney by a overwhelming 40 £ — Q to 0 score while the Jackets w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 October 1937

•#vr PACK TWO • *— «««•« « —i. „ THE n KM I SON PRF.SH w. hiesday, Oct. G1U, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS ■aukitaM la MM Tcieptxto* No. (OH Unu*4 D*lly Baoapt Sunday t Hatared % Second Clan Mutter June 13, list. M the poat office at Denison, Texan under the tot of ktareh 8, 1ST*. Dedicated to clean and reaponalve government; t« la dividual and civic Integrity; to Individual ana oivla commercial progreaa. BUBeiUPTION RATES One Week 10c One Month 35c Vhree Month* (In advanoe) 99c Six Monti)« (in advance) J1.7S One Tear (In advance) )S.Su BOX NUMBERS ~CareDenlaon p7«i7"wlll ^^ven advertiaera desiring blind addreaues. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons bavins telephone Hated In tbeir own name and upon agreeing to remit when blli la presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after SO dare from date of first insertion. CLOaiNQ HOUR: Copy received by • a. m. will be published the same day. BR&ORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for more than one incorr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 October 1937

.Wednesday, Oct. 6th, 1937 THE DENTSON PRESS lb v COURTS fifteenth dist. court r. m. CARTER. JUDGE New Suitt Filed i Evelyn Baker V8. Cecil Baker, divorce. ' John W. Dorchester vs. Jose- phine Dorchester, divorce, t Evelyn Evans et vir vs. Hurry C. Taylor, petition for habeas cor- Pus- 11 Cniet Disposed Joe Custer vs. Wanda Lee Cut- ter, divorce granted. I Eula Beatrice Sikes vs. James W. Sikes, divorce granted. G- W. Miller vs. Thelma Miller, divorce granted. 11 sum;. SENTINEL'S ml new 5-volt radio for FARM HOMES. A high quality radio that is fool-proof and sturdy. $32. DEM RADIO SERVICE 3J2SM aiS9S81?SM8 Motion Docket Rochell Jordan, charged with murder, granted motion for spe- cial venire of tflO ^persons to bo called Oct. 14, and cause set for trial on that date. James Clarence Thompson vs. St. Louis, San Francisco ani Texas railroad; Virginia Groves 'et vir vs. Ttxas Power and Lignt company; John W- Clark vs. St- Louis, Sun Francisco and Texas railroad; Gifford Leon Jackson vs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 October 1937

HE DENTSOV PRESS FOUR Wednesday, Oct. C1 A""f SOCIETY NOTES .PHOTO-FLASHES Mrs. Terry Is Tourney Victor were married in Cooke county Oct. 3 ,1904, and are the par- ents of 12 children, 10 of whjm awarded ' ttre livin and have 12 8rrRnd" ' children. Present were Misses Frances, t Mrs- S- L. Terry was first place in the Deniaon Story Teller's League tournament TueR- ■ day afternoon in the home of, and Allen of Sher" Mrs. I. E Miller. Mrs. Terry will represent the local group in the state tourney in Wichita Falls. Her story was "Digging for Gold" (Seth Parker). Mrs. A- M. Brei.neke, speaking on "A Keeper for Duffy" (Al- pha Statson) received second po- sition. Mrs. Sidney Karchmer vas given third place with recita- tion of the story "The Bride" (Marjorie Fisher). I Judges were Mrs. Charles Bat- isell, Mrs. Max Woodward and Mrs. Eddie Strine, all of Sher- man. Hostesses with Mrs. Miller were Mesdames E. L. Hopkins, S. L. Terry, iR. L. Stover, Jack Turner, J. S Kimble, Rylis Johnson, ari...

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