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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Today and Thursday Partly Cloudy Cooler IdagBaBaaamwisaaagg^^ Rf'presrntative United Press and International News Service. PRESS 35c PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPEIt DENISON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY Oct. 13, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930— DAILY 1984 ATTACK Survivor of Dads Club Brady Gang Barbecue Confesses! Thursday VOL. 4—NO 97 SHANGHAI—According to a The cars were flying the Union statment by British officials, the Jack nt the time and the firing on trip overland would bo made by^ the three machines by Japanese ;i delega ion of Great Britain of-| machinegunncrs from planes is de- ficials from Shanghni to Nanking.' dared to bo without excuse. EESTABLISHES DISTRICT ENGINEERS Lone Member Left Of Not- orious Group Admits Trio Policemen Were Slain By He and His Buddies, Yfear Replinishing Their Arsenal Claims Two Pals, Slain By Federals Tuesday, Were Not Going to Pull Jobs Superintendent Texarkana Schools and Leading Edu- cator, to be Chief Speaker at First Dad-Son Mee...

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

' PAOK TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS BaiatkUsaM la 111* TdepbMM No. MM) IjssuM Bally Bxcept Sunday Bsterad u B*coud Class Mutter Juna II, lilt nl Uku post offlca at JDenlson, Tmi uudar th« Mt of March 8, 1*J . Dedicated to ule&n and responsive ovaranient, to individual and clvtc Integrity; to Individual ant otvlo commercial progress. BUBSIUPTION KATES On* Wtelt ..10. One Month J5i Three Months (In advance) #0' Six Months (In advance) (1.7 One Year (In advance) |8.5' BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlson Press will be tfive advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person having telephone lUted In their own name and upor ngrtelug to remit when bill Is presented. 1# per cant will be added on unpaid private accounts after SO days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by I a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than on* incorrect insertion. OUT-OF-TOWN-ORDERS for classified ads are sirietly paya...

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

WEDNESDAY Oct. 13, 1937 THE DENISON PRIiSS FAGS THBfca « rf> o * Following The Air Routes _ m 6 p. m. Lovely Lady, KRLD. Music WBAP. 6:30. Jack Smith, KRLD. Or- chestra, WFAA. 7. NBC—One Man's Family, WHO WDAF WMAQ WOAI WF AA KPRC WLW KOA WSM. CB S—Cavalcade, KMOX WWL WB BM KRLD WHAS WBT. 7:30. CBS—Eddie Cantor, KT SA KTRH KOMA KMOX KWKH KGKO WIIAS WBBM KSL. NBC —Wayne King's orchestra, WKY KVOQ WOAI KPRC WFAA WDA F WMAQ WSM WHO. 8. CBS—Deems Taylor, WAC 0 KMOX KOMA KWKH KGKO K TRIl KRLD WWL KSL. NBC- Town Hall Tonight, WMAQ WHO WDAF WOAI KPRC WFAA W LW WKY KVOO WSM. 8.30. CBS—To be announced, KRLD KNOW KTRH WHAS WB BM KMOX KOMA WWL. 0. NBC—Hit Parade, WSM W MAQ WDAF WOAI WHO KPRC WFAA WLW KOA KVOO. CBS —Gang Busters, KTUL KWKH K RLD KOMA KTSA KTRH KMOX KGKO WHAS WBBM KSL. 9:30. CBS—Hobby Lobby, K RLD KOMA KTiA KTRH KMOX WHAS WBBM KWKH KNOW. 10. NBC—Amos 'n Andy, WD AF WOAI WMAQ KPRC KOA K VOO WFAA WSM WKY. CBS- Poetic Melodies, KRLD KOMA K TSA KTRH KMOX WHAS WB BM KSL WWL WBT. 1...

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

| Mrs. Sidney Kai. -imot wa ap- ►> pointed program and peace chair- man; M.--.. A. M. M rris. member- ship chairman and Mrs. K. Karcn- mer, legislation chairman at the opening meeting of Council >" Jewish Women Monday afternoon in Sherman at the home of Mrs. Abe Marks. Other chairmen named are Mrs. Jake Exstein, welfare; Mrs. 'Marks, ways and means; Mrs. M. Shosid, magazines and Mrs. Sid- ney Tillman, religion and publici- ty. Dr. Manford Gutzke, professor of Bible at Austin college, was guest speaker and traced the changes in world conditions dur- ing the last twenty-five years. Preceding the talk, however, a prayer and memorial tribute to the late Mrs. Ike Exstein were read by Mrs. K. Karchmer. A message from the national presi- dent of the council was read, tell- ing of the work for peace and announcing the triennial conven- tion of the council in Pittsburgh, Pa., from Jan. 28 to 28. During a business period dona- tions were made for work in Pal- estine and to the Hials, or...

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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Friday fuir and somewhat warmer THE DENISON PRESS n rmmxm'JOMsism,mi 3Ss PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPEJt Representative United Preas and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, Oct. 14, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 98 Heavy Downpour Hamper Jackets Denison Team to Go Through ; First Real Workout of Week This Afternoon in Prep- aration for Sherman Game; B's Reslated Denison high school Yellow ference game of the year against Jacket*, hampered for the past .Sherman, ancient rival, October three days in workouts by. heavy 22, at Sherman. rains and muddy fields, may hold Coaches Logan Stollenwerck their first real session of the' and Bennie McWilliams have let week Thursday at Munson field in1 their charges take it easy so far preparation for their opening con-' this weeik, but intend to get down — i I to earnest work late this week for the Bearcat game. The Jackets' physical condition is the best since the season started and t...

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

THE DUNISON PRESS U i#M Telephone No. 10# Uau*4 DAllr Bxoapt Bundajr KuUretl as Second Clam Matter Juo It, 1*3<. at Ut« poet office at Denlson. T«xa« under tiio act of March 8, 187*. Dedicated to clean and responsive government; te Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ana Wvlo commercial progress. BUBBIUPTION~RATES One Week 10c One Uoath 35c Vhreo Months (In advance) Voc Six Mentha (In advance) 11.75 One Year (In advance) Il5u BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Press will be given udvertlseis desiring blind addresses. CHAJIGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from personi having telephone listed In tbelr own nam* and upon agreeing to remit when blU la presented. 10 per cent will bo added 'on unpaid private account* after 30 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received published the same day. by • a. m. will be ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be responslbl i for more than one Incorrect insertion. - OUT-OP-TOWN-ORDERS for classified ads are strictly payable In advance. * ...

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

THURSDAY, Oct. 1937 THE DENISON PRILSS PAGE TUQUE* agsay jsxgs^r<&ij3^xw4r{stgasska&&xa®i WHY BE SATISFIED WITH THE BACON WHEN YOU CAN HAVE THE WHOLE PIG! COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGK Cases Disposed Haskell Blankeruthip, burglary and theft of over $50, passed to the first or second week in Nov- ember on defendant's application. William H. Thomas, auto theft two years in_ the state penitenti- ary on a plea of guilty. Arnold Taylor, burglary, two years suspended sentence on a pica of guilty. Roy Rodgers, two charges of burglary, two years on each charge. • Ralph Williamson, three charges of burglary, two years on each charge. ' Randall Barker, jury verdict of not guilty of charges of theft from person. Christie Garvin, child deser- tion, bond forfeited, and alias capias ordered ^ssued. Billie J. Pittman pleaded guil- ty to three charges of burglary, and was sentenced to two years in ouch charge, to run concurrent- ly- New Suits Filed Milford Matthews...

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

FAQS FOUR titp bENfiSdM rni?*.« THURSDAY, 0 i(Ml THE-PRESS SNAPSHOTS Central P.T.A. in October Meeting Mrs. R. M. Carter of Sherman spoke on "Objectives of P. T. A." Wednesday afternoon at an open meeting of Central Parent- Teacher .association. Mrs. Wil- liam Campbell presided and in- troduced the speaker. Iu keeping with the annual art exhibit which is closing Friday afternoon, Miss Dorothy Cox spoke on "Picture Appreciation." The talk was illustrated by « number of students who posed as living pictures. A dance Polka de Ballet, was given by Gwendolyn Looinis, Shir- ley Irwin, Jean Vanston, Ma 'y Margaret Munson and Arva Jo Lambert. The room having tho most mothers present received potted plant. At the close of the exhibitions student in each grade will receive n dollar for the best essay on which picture they like best. This elicits much enthusiasm. Quarterly Meet Baptist Church , i The quarterly meeting of Gray- ,son County Missionary union will be held at the First Baptist chur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 October 1937

sf '• v.',; ■ WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Mostly cloudy, somewhat warmer Saturday THE DENISON PRESS nt 38c PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 15th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 99 *First Engineer Arrives In City PottersField PLOT Ends Trail Desperado Katy Drum and Bugle Corps to Represent Denison at Political Rally in Greenville; Woodman Circle Prepares for the Special A1 Br«j* SUin b. Without B,ody Claimed by A Single Relative, Said W. C. Brown, assistant engineei The morning will be taken up of maintenance of way, Dallas, is by a conference with W. C. Pruett to arrive in Denison early. Satur- present engineer, who will leave day morning to begin his duties as shortly af erwards for Smithville jfljli'rcr Body district engineer of the North j to begin his duties as district en- Texas district. gineer there. Is Claimed 1 • 1 DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY o October IS, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 October 1937

Jfev- fAOS TWO n iK pness FUil)AV, o< T. r : A1 THE DENISON PRESS KaUkbiUh*! in ItSO Teiephen* No. 100 laau«4 Oaily Eioeyt Sunday Entered &« Second Class Matter June 23. 1IS4. at the post office at JDenlsoa. Texas under the aot ot March S, 1S79. Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to ladividuai and civic Integrity; to Individual ana rtvia Minmmlii progreia HUHSHIKTION RATES On* Week One Month ... 'Vhree Month* tilx Months One Year 10c 35c (In advance) *ue (in advance) .... J 1.75 (in advance) BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlson Press will be given udvertlseia desiring blind addresses. CHAROE ACCOUNTS are acceptable Irom 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 3b 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 one Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OF-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 October 1937

FRIDAY, OCT. 15th, 1937 COURTS J ilk DENISON pklss m. PAGE THBfcl GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket M. V. Ford has applied for the guardianship of Katherine Belle Ford, a minor. Alexander Gullett has applied for the guardianship of Kenneth Martell et al mniors. I Charles L. Walker has offered the will of W. W. Butridge, de- ceased, for probate. Complaints Filed Tommy Walker, Dcnison, liquor law violation. Automobile Registrations Fant Milling company, Sher- man, Chevrolet sedan. F. K. Steger, Sherman, OldB- mobile sedan. >* J. E. Fallon, Sherman, Buick sedan. SENTINEL'S ner.- 5-volt radio for FARM HOMES- A high quality radio that is fool-proof and sturdy. $32. DEN ISDN RADIO SERVICE Marriage Licenses Henry A. Sims and Miss Catho- leen Graves, Denison. mmmmsacsm.: stoeassti; .j xahmkrek: Realty Transfer* William J. Gardiner et ux to S'. | J. Hazel-wood, 40 acres in the W. I ' H. Dr/den survey and 40 acres in the Joseph Sappington survey, $3,000, Oct. 12. M. E....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 October 1937

iff?m PAOS FOUR THE: DEN'ISON PRESS FRIDAY, OCT. I5ih, 1JW SOCIETY NOTES Hollywood Westerner Installation Of Mission Groups I Installation of officers for the •Grayson County Missionary so- ciety was held this morning at the First Bnptist church where the event is in session. The executive group is Mrs. G. H. Gregg of Denison, presi- dent; vice presidents; Mrs. -S. O. Freeman, northwest zone; Mrs. IC. C. Dobson, northwest zone; 'Mrs. J. M. Blaine of Sherman,- southeast zone; Mrs. J. A. Bixler plotted the latest thing in clothin of Whitewright, southwest zone; Miis. Oliver Sammons, correspond- ing secretary and treasurer; Mrs. W. L. Roberts of Sherman, rec- ording secretary. ' Chairmen of standing commit- banquet-btyle Kevue 1 hursday Hotel Denison was the setting for u dinner and style ahow spon- sored by the Junior Alpha Del- phian club of which Miss Elaine Meador is president. Proceeds from this event will go toward establishing a public rest room for women in the basement of the ...

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

WEATHER DEN IS ON AND VICINITY Mostly cloudy, somewhat warmer Saturday THE DENISON • rymnow&tmazx. 3S« HER MONTH , A FAST GROWING PAPER eiiaaattaawaaaa^ss^j^statstxa^ Representative Unfted Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCT. 16, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DA [LY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 100 # W. C.BrownF ails To Show Up, But Reason N ot Given DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCls MURRAY • o October 16, 1875 A stranger, about fifty-five or sixty years of age, died very sud- denly at T. J. Rose's restaurant, in the Grand Southern, about 2 o'clock Friday, evening. He came to the city on a freight train Thursday evening and 'went to the Grand Southern between three and four o'clock and sat down by the stove in,the barroom. It was soon noticed that the old man was sick. He shook as though he had the palsy. He sat tere until 10 o'clock, when Mr. Schmitz, the barkeeper, went to Mr. Rose and told him if he would give the old man a bed, he would pay for it. The old m...

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

PACUS TWO ran -o.-. KATUHDAV, OCT. ICS, vytf SA THE DENISON PRESS ftatabilebed Ib 1*10 Telephone No. tot Uau«4 Dully Except Sunday us **Bi EUitcrtul ua Second Class Matter June 23. 1 3«. at U e poet office at Denlson, Tax** under the act of March 8. 181 . Dedicated to clean and responsive srovernment te Individual and olvlc Integrity; to Individual ana ClUc icuimeicia, prosreu. " U UfilUi*TION RATES One l°c One Mouth 35c Three Month* (In advance) Due Six Month* (in advance) $1.7% One Tear (in advance) $3.5w BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlson Pross will be given udvertistii a aealniiK blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed In tbeir own name and upon agreeing to remit when bin la presented. 10 par cant will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days front date of first Insertion. GLOBING HOUR: Copy received by t a. m. will be published thi- same day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. OUT-...

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

SATURDAY, OCT. 16, 1937 THE UEN1SON PRESS PAGE THBJBA HOW WELL DO you KNOW THE ^ORTH£ASTWE9TCOUni f Ity Pat I'crry 1.—What is the different be- tween tables d'hote and a 1" cart? , uenu? 2.—Mow long would it take to read the 59,282 laws that have been passed by congress in recent years? 3.—AV'ho wiie the, principal speaker Thursday night at tho Father and son barbecue of the high school Dads' club? 4.—What were the three unus- ual shipments handled by the M- K-T lines Thursday? B.—How was the talk of Miss Dorohty Cox on "Picture Appreci- ation" illustrated? 6.—Who Is Durwood Fleming? 7.—The rnilroada of what Eur- opean nation carry more passen- gers than those of any other coun- try in the world? 8.—What is the book to be re- viewed Tuesday afternoon in the Legion hall by Mrs. R, B. Hutch- inson? 9.—Yorkshire pudding can be served what two ways? 10.—What seasoning is used in larger part of Spanish cooking? Answers to the foregoing ques- tions may be found on the classi- fied page. W...

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

rAOl FOUR rH£ KkMlSON PK1\5? SATL'HDAV, OCT. lo', 1^1 SOCIETY NOTES October Session Of Garden Club The October meeting of the Denison Garden club will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in the home of Mrs. P G. Gill, 015 W. ^ Evu[yn East. Bond street. Mrs. J. L. Mead'>r ^ t _. D n will preside and asks every mem 14 to 18. "New Frontiers in Parent Education" is the convention theme. The national congress president, Mrs. J. K. Pettengil, and four national chairmen, Miss Miiriau ber to be present. Mrs. Frank Kent will speak on "Iris Parade in all its Splen- dor." Mrs. Lute Loy will give a fine arts number. Hostesses will be Mesdames A. L. Ford, S. H. First, Hugh Ander- son, Burke Thomason, C. N. Ad- rian, John Hopkins, J. M. Co|, C. E. MaCoy, Wylie McDonald W. G. Stearns, E. W. Evans, George Luckie, J. A. Johnson and Miss Nan Adrian. WOMEN'S COUNCIL OF PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TO MEET i The Women's circles of Presby- terian church will meet Monday at the following places; Circle No. 1 wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 October 1937

■ Hi . Iff.. Off k* l > VICINITY Mostly cloudy, somewhat warmer Saturday wsxexxazBxrjEir* J . THE DENISON PR t. J5. PER MONTH ' A FAST GROWING PAPEK Represpntative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCT. 18th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930 —DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 101 Jacket-Bear cat Game Highlight Of District P lay Denison Favored to Lose (Conference Op- ener to Sherman; Paris and Gainesville Meet at Paris; Bonham Plays Commerce 15 Feared 'More Than Killed In Airliner Two Inches Fall, City Skyliner Not Heard From Fort Worth Repprts Heavy Since Sunday, is Feared' Rains With Houston and Crashed in Desolate Sec-| Austin Highest in Guff ton pt Wyoming State Area; Cotton not Affected District five teams go into ac- tion this week with four of the leading five meeting in games Everyday DENISON The Denison Dads club did a fine thing by taking the Jacket ( squadmen to Ft. Worth Saturday to see the TCU-A & M game, inas-' much as it will be something the boy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 October 1937

-Mmmm PAGE TWO TH£ MNT-SQN- VKES9 THE DENISON PRESS atam«ha« la Ml* Telephone Ho. 100 luuM Daily Bxoept Bund*/ ttuterod no S«cuud Class Matte* June it, ItSd. *1 tbe po*l office at U«Ulvou, Texas uuJor the act of March *, 1871. Dedicated to clean and responsive govern meat; to Individual and elvlo Integrity: to Individual and rfvi« ovmm«rclal progr***. BUBSIUPTION RATES One Week l°c One Alonth 3Bc Vliree Month* (In advance) 0c ciU Mouth* (tn advance) |1.75 One Year (In advance) I3.5U BOX NUMBERS. Car# Denlaon m«** will be given advertise:* desiring blind addre #o*. CHAJiGIi ACCOUNTS are acceptable from p*rsoni having telephone lilted in tbelr own nam* and upon agreeing to remit when blU 1* presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after SO 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 on* incorrect insertion. OUT-OP-TOWN-ORDERS for classifie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 October 1937

MONDAY, OCT. 18th, 1937 MOW WELL UO YOU • KNOW THE f^ortij£asty\/estgou i h ? By Put I'erry • - © 1.—What, according to Police Captain B. B■ Smith of Dallas, arc the major causes of accident? in that city? 2.—Are hoboes increasing or decreasing in number this year? ! 8.—What "was the 'hindrance thrown in the way of of Gov. Carl E. Bailey of Arkansas, seeking reelection. 1 4.—What was the successful at- tempt made last Friday to wreck a fast Southern Pacific train nearing Los Angeles? 5.—'Modern railroads all over the country are now adding -w<hat new service to their trains? 6.—Miss Martha Lewis became the bride of whom, Thursday eve- THE DENISOM ISiP ning in a ring ceremony perform- ed at the South Side Christian church? 7.—How long did it take Co- lumbus to cross the Atlantic occan? 8.—Who announced the models and described their costumse at the recent style show sponsored by the Junior Alpha Delphia club? D.—Where are recruits for the Royal Canadian police trained? 1 10.—Was B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 October 1937

v •' (>*.•• 1 T ■ ; S . - V%■ % t PAG* FuUK 'fff P DgSftfi/W WffSf Special Madden's TUESDAY ONLY ONE GROUP Knitted Suits and Silk D resses PRICE Tuesday only we're offering you this group of beautiful knit- ted suits and silk dresses at one-half price. Don't fail to see them TUESDAY ONLY. NOTICE Please Watch This Space For Maddens Specials Every Day 9Tladder£& Actual Screen Test 4. Above is seen an actual sccne from a screen test, the same as will be given a Denisonian during the Metro Search for Talent, now un- derway here. Jack Dempsey, auditioner, is in the city to look over the prospects and weed outtheleast likely screen "finds." Denison motnibers attending weiv Mrs. Grover Meador, ilose chair- man, Mrs. It. E. Hutchinson, statu secretury, Mrs. I. E. Miller and Mrs. T. J. Long. came to Denison for his harness, St. Luke's Episcopal church ob- served its patronal feast St. Luke, the Evangelist Day this morning with Holy Communion at 10 o'- clock. Rev. Harry Lee Virden was ...

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