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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 October 1937

WEATHER 0ENISON AND VICINITY Todiiy and Tuesday ■ Fair and Warmer jj^ THE PRE g uxmii. «u PER MONTH Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCT. 25th, 1937 A FAST CROWING PAPER WEBKLY FOUNDED 1980 —DAILY ii 84 VOL. 4—NO. 107 Iff mDenison- Wildcats PTA Meet Feature Dislrictl Scheduled Play Friday Nite F°r Mon. SPANKING DOES HURT MOM MOST 0, Jackets Enter Fray Slight Favorites Despite Friday's Loss; Gainesville Takes on Weak Bonham High Outfit in Conference Game First Meeting of Year to Give Parents and Teach- ers Closer Relationship in Schqol Work Here, Said. Two games are on tap in dis- trict l> ay this week that may def- initely throw one team out of the possibility of winning the con- ference flag. Denison travels to Paris to en- DENISON . 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULC1S MURRAY • • . October 25, 1875 As some parties have been dis- posed to discredit the statement of the News that cotton is ship- ped from Houston to Denison and compressed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 October 1937

f.|W HB wv-? PA<MS TWO THE DENISON PRESi? MONDAY, OCT. 25th, 1937 THE DFJVISON PRESS BatabUabe* la MM Tviepliou* No. 100 IuumI M'ly Bieept Hun Jay tSutered a* Becmd Clase Matter Juu 21, 1 3' at the post office at Denlson. Texan under th« •ust of March H, 1871. Dedicat e! to clean ami responsive government U individual and civic Integrity; to individual an. otvic oii ait:rciAj progltM. ~ BlUiBlUPTlON HATES • ••••••••••<••••• (In advance) *'•' (in advance) *1-' (in advance) J*-5 One Week .. •. One Mouth .. 'Xhree Monlba tjlx Month* One Year BOX NUMBERS Care Denlson Press will bo give bdvertlauia aenlrmu blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person having telephone listed In their own name and upo agreeing to remit when bill 1 presented. 10 per ceo will be added on unpaid private account* after 8i days fron. date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOURS Copy received by. a. m. will b published the same day. ERRORS The Denlson press will not be responslbli for more than on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 October 1937

MONbAY, OCT. 25th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESb PAGE THRlc* COURTS united STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRYANT, JUDGE New Suiti Filed Claud W. Anderson vs. Lumber- man's Mutual Casualty compuny, appeal from decision of industrial accident board of Texas. The case cornea to the federal court from " the fifteenth district court on diversity of citizenship anl because the amount sought ex- ceeds $3,000. J. D. Carter <vb. Liberty Mutual Insurance company, appeal from decision of industrial accident board of Texas. He seeks $2,700 damages. Counterfeiting Charge Carl C. 'McFarland of Denison pleaded not guilty to a charge of* counterfeting before the Unit- ed States court with making 14 25-cent coins und four 5-cent coins by William Morgan, agent of the secret service de- partment. He was remanded to jail in default of $1,500 bond, to 'await the action of the gran 4 jury. fifteenth dist. court It. M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suit* Filed James M. Earnhart vs. Margar- j ite Earnhart, divorce. fifty-ninth dis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 October 1937

FAOK FOUR 1 SOCIETY NOTES THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, OCT, 89th, 1987 Comments Oi A Movie Fan offAe Wee FLA Wife, Doctor and Nurta" Screen play by Kathryu Scola and produced by Raymond Griffith Directed by Walter.. Lang, re- leased by Twentieth Century-Fox CATHOLIC YOUTHS OF NORTH TEXAS FALL RALLY SUNDAY More than 1,000 Catholic youths of North Texas, represent- ing 100 parishes in this diocese, will meet in Dallas Sunday Oct. 81, for the first fall rally of the Diocese Union of Catholic Youth Genevieve King, president, said Saturday. Miss King said a program on Catholic action, social betterment and apostolic work will be formu- lated. Committees working on these activities t.'ill report. 'Miss Dorothy Wllman, St Louis, executive secretary for 'Catholic sodalities in the United 'States and associate editor of the Queen's Work, a Catholic lit- erary magazine, will spaak. Other speakers will be Msgr. A Dangl- mayr, chancellor of the diocese; George McNally, past president of the Dallas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 October 1937

WEATHER I DENISON AND VICINITY ?• Tuesduy and Wednesday Jj fair and Warmer J HE DENISON f A« ffcfc MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER He preservative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 26th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY ls# 4 VOL. 4—NO. 107 Deadlock Faces PTA Meet JAPS PUSHED BACK JESS BY CHINESE TROOPS City Pastor Is Elected VFW Head ! i T t i jK\ DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCfc MURRAY • 0 October 26, 1875 About 4 o'clock Tuesday even- ing, there was an alarm of fire, which proved to be Farmer's sta- ble, corner of Austin avenue and ( Skiddy street. The whole building was wrapped in flames in .a few seconds, as well as the blacksmith shop adjoining. For a time it was feared the fire would bo com- municated to buildings across the avenue and the other side of the street, but as fast as the roofs caught fire from falling cinders they were extinguished with wet blanket and water. Had the fire crossed Skiddy street there would have been a large co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 October 1937

THE DENISON PRESS •atAbllahvd la 4*10 Telephone No. 100 lunttO Daily Except Sunday - «n- ICu tared as Second Class Matter June iS, 1*38. at the poet ottice at Uenlaon, Texa under the act of March 8, 1871. Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic Integrity; to individual ana c4vt« oomroerclai progress. BUUtilUPTION RATKS Una Week *®c One Month 35c 'Shree Months (In advance) #'JC tiu Month* (in advance) $1.75 One Tear (In advance) i3.5u BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be glve/i advertlBf, s desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone Hated In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill I* presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 <lays Iron, date of first Insertion. I P" by i a. m. will be CI/OSING HOUR: Copy received published the aame day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. OUT-OF-TOWN-ORDERS for classified ads are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 October 1937

TUESDAY) OCT. 26th, 1937 THE DENI30N PRESS PAGfc TURK# COURTS FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suit* Fi'ed Mary Edwards et al vs. Texas i nd Pacfic Ry.'Co., damages. t.ion of lianks. maiden name, MubcJ > FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT .4^ 'I M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suit* Filed Liddie Knight vs. G r o v e r - Knight, divorce. Divorces Granted Naomi Overturf vs. Alfred Ov- erturf, divorce granted an resto- ntion of maiden name, Naomi Dut-' r°lct coupe. Automobile Registrations r. m. Carter, Sherman, Chevrolet sedan. R. b. Green, Sherman, Chev- rolet sedan. Otto Hinzman, Sherman, Chev- rolet sedan. E. J. Capploman, Tioga, Chcv- lolet sedan. I John H. Whitesead, Ector, Bu- ick sedan. Eunice Jamison, Sherman, Ford coach. C. A. Taylor, Sherman, Chev- j A. J. Thomas, Sherman, Ponti- ton. H. F. Anderson vs. Irene An- nc coupe. derson, divorce granted, and cus- j Marriage License* tody of child given to Mrs. An- T. J. Shannon and Miss Mar'e derson. ■ Bishop, Sherman. Marlin Ingram vs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 October 1937

f aqs fouk THE DKNISON PRESS BR •* SOCIETY NOTES BRr V Bride-Elect Is _. lf , ~ . Party Honoree Neewollah r ete _ . i Plans Underway Miss Lola Teas, who will be mar- ried to Chester Casteel the mid- lJlans are going forward fci die of November, was compll- the annual Newoilah festival at jnented with a miscellaneous show- the high school Saturday evening er Monday evening at the home sponsored by the Girl Reserves, of her mother, Mrs. W. S. Teas, interest is being heightened by the 104 East Monterey street. Hostess- prospect of coronation of a queen vs for the occasion were the tind king. •bride-elect's four sisters, Mrs. W. Candidates for the queen are A. Milburn, Mrs. Le'ftoy Hal!, Alice Freels, Chnrmain Byers, Bil- •Mrs. Jim Johnson and Mrs. Pearce'lie Ann Bulloch, Patsy Miller, Ingram. Betty Jones, Theresa Corcoran, For the occasion, Miss Teas was Audrey Ellsworth and Kay Koh- gowned in an attractive red earth ieldt. King—Fred Taylor, Mar- wool ensemble with brown nc- ion Lyle, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 October 1937

i ' I I.* a I 0 .ft ■ vsm DENISON VICINITY uesdttv Warmoi THE Mm PES. MONTH \ A f AST GROWING PAP£A Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, Wednesday, OCT. 27, 1937 * WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4-NO. 109 Jackets Hope to Stop Drives of W ildcats' Maples Denison Outfit Takes Last Hard Workout of Week Today in Preparation for (Game With Paris Friday Night; Condition Good Dads Plan Drive; New Members Organization to Push Plans For Gaining New Mem* bers from Every Student Family in Denison, Said, Japan Formally Refuses to Attend Nine Power Treaty at Brussels to End Warfare Chinese Forces Forced to Flee As Japs Start Greatest Putsch Tujdng their last hard workout of the week before meeting the powerful Paris Wildcats at Paris Friday, night, Denisftn' high school DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCK MURRAY • © October 27, 1875 The fire Tuesday evening has awakened our citizens to the im- portance of having some kind of fire organization. The most...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 October 1937

mv- Sf mm faok two THE DENISON PRESS Wednesday, OCT. 27, 1987 THE DENISON PRESS Batabllahed la ! • Telephoua No. t09 (nauad EMlly Except Bundar ISutered *.* Second Clam Mutter June 13. It36 «t the post office at Denlson, Texas under th< act ot March I, 1871. Dedicated to clean and responsive covernment u Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual anr atvur eomnivrclai proif! )■ 5 aUUaUlPTlON itAT ES . 35' (In advance) ®IJ' (In advance) I1-' (In advance) **-5 One Week .... On* Mouth .. Three Month* 81s Month* One Tear UOX NUMBERS. Care Denlson Press will be give, ■advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person bavins telephone listed In their own name and upo agreeing to remit when bill l« presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* after 3b days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received published the same day. by 9 a. m. will b EKRORS The Denlson Press will not be responslbl for mora than on* incorrect Inser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 October 1937

Wednesday, OCT. 27, 1937 COURTS UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRYANT, JUDGE Bankruptcy Docket W. H. Norwood va. Southwest- ern Life Insurance company et 'al, petition of debtor for compo- sition or extension of time to t . _i=j_ .jsrr- — THE DENISON PRESis PAGE THRKi pay his debts, proceeding. A Fruzier- Lemke divorce. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT U. M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suits Filed Vivian Davis vs. Joseph Davis, divorce. Grace Smith vs. Lewis Smith, BEAUTY and QUALITY Both Beauty and Quality are combined in this fine Rogers Silver with a 5-year, guarantee. You'll be proud of it for years to come! 20-piece sets as low as $5.50. Lifetime Guarantee silverware at leasonable prices. Rockwell's The Leading Jewelers Adolph Jokiiion j" J. G. Puckett jl GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket Cora E. Lawrence has offered the will of Arthur L. Lawrence, deceased for probate, as a muni- ment of title. Automobile Registration* John T. Wakefield, Sherman, Dodge sedan. T. L. Burkes, Sherm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 October 1937

imn" isssgs? ■:& kfIH CAO* rouR TUB DdBNISON PRESS Wedoesdaf, OCT. 27r 1987 EJ SOCIETY NOTES I Missions. The evening's climax will be u world-wide radio hook- I up when Dr. Robert E. Spear wi;l ! speak. The Women's council will ! prepare the dinner. Alpha Delphian Club In Meeting The Senior Alpha. Delphian club held a study period Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Frank Houghton and Mrs. A. W. Patterson presided. Miss Ollie Bird led the lesson and gave an interesting discussion of Europ- ean and Colonial backgrounds M ® . , , ,. . .v. I Tvler Street Methodist church al- ias a foundation for the American i *y'L1 BM" ■ ■tending an annual conference and METHODIST CHURCHES KEPKEbENTED AT THE DALLAS CONFERENCE Rev. D. E. llav/k and Rev. Paul Cardwell are in 'Dallas at tho people. I Mrs. M. J. Hill spoke on "Origi- nal American." During the busi- ness period five new members were accepted, Mesdames J. R. Roddy, C. D. Kingston, Byron Ti'don, Hugh Thompson and L. J-*'1 i. Tib'bles. ...

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

■■ - I , I I 4 r p I it* ; THE DEN ISO WEATHER ; v&Niauni awu 'yiuHiTi Fair Thursday, but Boniewhat J cooler Friday, IteprustMitativc United Press and International News Service. I JI—/kJJkJ* 8v PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER ?■ ■i •.WAWAV.V.' DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT 28, 1937 WKBKLY FOUNDED 1980—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 110 Dallas Company Submits TwoNabbed Chinese Situation Becomes More Lowest Bid on Project In Attack, Acute; British Are Fired Upon Work May Begin In Few Days Bids Range From ,31 Thpus- and to 37 Thousand For Alley Paving and Storm Sewer Project in Denison Contract Will Be Awarded Friday City Charter Calls For Hold- over of Forty-Eight Hours Before Awarding Contract MANY SUITS FOLLOW RACE TRACK CLOSING Former Kansas City Lewis Employe Identifies 2 Men As Part of Attack Group Kidnaping Him Tuesday Everyday DENISON PROVIDENCE, II. I. — Suits and counter suits mark develop- ments in the fight of Gov. Nye to keep the Providence race track operated by O'Hara from op...

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

ft? w'j*- i PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY. OCT 28, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS EaUbltahad la l i« Telephone No. 100 Luu 4 r* ly Cxovpt Sunday Ufn ' <IV He tared a* gtonnil Cla«« Matter June *3. l#3> •1 the poet office at Denlson, Teia* under the act of March *, ltl*. Dedicated to clean and re«pon*!ve *overnment U todlTlduai and civic Integrity; to Individual ano drii wmmrrnti proifTCM BUBSKIPTIOM KATES Oum Week .... On* Month ., three Month* Jklx Month* C>ne Tear MVmIm Jbi (In advance) (in advance) (In advance) *8.50 BOX NUMBERS. Care Den lion Press will be give" idvertlgj^a^aealring blind addresses. CUAJtCK ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person bavins telephone Hated In their own name and upoi • freeing to remit when bill 1« presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after SO days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUK: Copy received published the same day. by V a. m. will t>< from this costly Legislature together with a better representation ...

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

THURSDAY, OCT 28, 1937 ,v, fit THE DENISON PRESS ^AGK THRU* HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE J\JOiM H£AST^EST^OIJ I'll ? Uy Put Perry Veterans of Foreign Wars post to succeed Jack Beaaley? 2.—According to a statement made by u group of Chicago meat i packers, meat prices ure due to decline about the first of which £ - — month? 1.—Who was the Denisonian 3.—What powerful drug, af- e lee ted commander of the local ter causing several deaths, is now gf i—UlLtQ —■■ i « .. ■ BEAUTY and QUALITY Both Beauty and Quality are combined in this fine Rogers iSilvdt with a 6-year guarantee. You'll be proud of it for year* to come. 20-piece sets as low as $5.50. Lifetime Guarantee silverware at reasonable prices. Rockwell's The Leading Jewelers Adolph Johnson J. G. Puckett jJ 'being confiscated all nation? ? 4.—What was the cause of the death of two men and injuring of four others in an Ada oil field Monday? 5.—What is the number of girla in the Jacketeers, high school pep- squad? I 6.—'Miss Ruth Bushman o...

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

f ' MOI POUR •A* THE DENISON PRESS ' i - Pair Of Newshawks ■ Joan B'ondell ond Pat O'Brien, above, take leading roles in "Back •n Circulation," comini Friday and Saturday to the.Rialto theatre a saga of a newspaper editor and his girl reporter who outsmart who have you to get a "scoop.' SOCIETY NOTES Junior Group in Halloween Fete With huge clusters of autumnal leaves, marigolds and cosmos in- termingled with witch faces and black cats, forming a background, Dora Alexander Talley Juniors of the Forest i'roliced in gay Hallo- ween mood Wednseday afternoo1 in the home of the supervisor, Mrs. Mflssey Shelton Capelle, 90S West Main street. Almand, Anna Hogue and the following junior visitors, James beiton, Donna Fern Hord, Betty Basham, Jeanine Scoggin, Linn- say and Bobby Rice. More than forty guests at- tended the party. Junior Delphi Club Session J Africa, Spain and Portugal were The children gathered in cos-Studied Wednesday evening by the tumes, heard a musical program by Jerry Woo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 October 1937

! WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Friday partly Cloudy Cooler Temperature THE DENISON PRESS y « Sfc, PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER g 8 Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 29th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. Ill I I I 9 Chiang Says War Has Only Started For China I I Everyday , DENISON • « Informaion this morning says tljc special train to the Denison- Paris game tonight will be defi- nitely operated with tickets sell- ing for $1.05. The special will leave the Denison station at 6:10 p. m., arriving in Paris in time for the game. It will leave a few minutes after the game is over. 1: m That Denison will have some swell players, if handled right, in the .next two or three years, Was shown more than ever at Collins- vi.Ie Thursday afternoon when the Mud Daubers played. To name over a few future st:irs: Little, Lowe, Roland, Acres, Pressley, Valdez, Dorsey, Thompson and. Steele. There are a number of others who will undo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 October 1937

THE DENTON PRESS ■•UbtUhad la Itso Valephous No. tOO luutd E !ly Bxoapt Humlaj u ti , U> Kalaied a* 8Mond Clans Matter Juus 23, 113d. «t tins poet office ul UcntHOii, Ttm under the Act of March V, 187*. Dedicated to clean and responsive government: t« individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ana otvi| commerotaj progress. '•^■eUBHlUHTlON RATEa One Week *®o One Moath 115,1 'Sbree Months (In advuuoe) 9w Six Mouths (in advance) $1.75 One Year (lu advance) I2.&U BOX NUUBiSHS. Care Denison Preai will be given fdvertmuia desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed In tbelr own name and upon Agreeing to remit when bill In presented. 10 per cent will be added 'on unpaid private account* after SO daya from date of first Insertion. CLOSINO HOUR: Copy received by # a. m. will be published the aame day. (•JURORS The Denlaon Press will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect insertion. OUT-OF-TOWN-ORDERS for classified ads are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 October 1937

THURSDAY, OCT 28, 1937 THE DENISON PEEglfc, COURTS m UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRYANT, JUDGE Indictment Returned The following perons were in- dicted this week by a federal grand jury in Tyler, and their * .1. Garrett, Ruby K. Ramo, L. j Lee McCorkle, Grover Cleveland ' Andrews, Onville D. Andrews, 1 William H. Kent, W. K. Earnhart. Nathan C. "Buckshot" Davis, Sid- ney R. Henley, Cecil M. Thomp-' other divisions for earlier action, Andrews are in jail, and the oth- aside aswers of jury, frs are free on bond. | Rochell Jordan charged with The next criminal term of the] murder, appication of state for Sherman division in April 4, but i special venire of 60 persons. Ap- the cases may be transferred to"* plication grantd and special ven- ' ure of 80 person made returnable ton, Mrs. Fannie Bently, Floyd Bentley and Aaron B. Duncan. All persons were indicted for cases assigned to the Sherman di-" violation of the internal revenue vision: Sam J. Lawson, Andrew .laws. Kent and Grover Cle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 October 1937

FOUR SOCIETY NOTES THE DKN1SON PRESS FRIDAY, OCT. 29th, 1987 Program For Dinner Party The missionary theme will be expressed in decorations and pro- gram at the International dinner this evening at 7 o'cock in the First Presbyterian church. Tables will be decorated to rep- resent the various countries and a male quartet, dressed in cos- tume of the 1837 period, will ren- der songs. Mrs. J. S. Knaur wiP speak on "Work of the Past Cen- tury." C. E. Wood is to talk on "Pioneers of Today" and W. S. Hibbard's talk will concern re- spojnsibilties of the church. Dr. 'S. L. Terry will give a general review of work being done at present. Food will be served by the Women's council with Mrs. E. M. Tanner in charge. 1 At the close of the evening, a talk by Dr. Robert E. Spears, on national hookup, will be heard from 9 until 9:15 o'clock. Members and their families are invited to attend. Price, Mrs. L. L. Judd of Whites- boro and Mrs. 11. G. Tuck of Sherman. CHRISTIAN CHURCH i HAS VARIED EVENTS ...

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