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

WEATHER OEN1SON AND VICINITY Today and Sunday, partly cloudy to cloudy. aam^«v*v.wAv.v^v<!AJ4iw '• :• # The lepre&entative Unitod Pros* and Internationa) News Service. PRES t s* 'aw. r«g4-%T*Sift?i#Sb&g&S& «. PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER . • • • DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, Oct. 30, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1-J84 VOL. 4—NO. 112 y Jackets Come Up Farm Aid j Again To Defeat Expensive Paris 21 To 15 SolonsSay THOUSAND DEAD, r it >, Contract Is Japan DAMASCUS WMCS p^fu Denison High Scores Two Touchdowns in First Quarter Then Lets Down To Allow Wildcats to go Ahead; Stage Late Rally Would Take 130 Millions to Give Necessary Aid to United States Farmers, is Belief of the President DAMASCUS—More thun 1,000| mountain tops and spread over a; Defies 9 Countries Proposals By LOUIS ANDERSON Falling behind after scoring twice in the opening period, the powerful Denison high school Yel- low Jackets cm me back to defeat a s rrnppy Paris high school 21 to 15 Friday night ...

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

PAOK TWO THE DENISON PRESS BatAblUhe4 la 1 J0 Telephone No. 100 l su*4 D ily Except Sunday Entered as SecinJ Class Matter June 23, 1131! at the pout office at Denlson, Texan under the act of March It. 1871. Dedicated to clean and reeponelve government te Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ano uooimeroUti progress WUU81UJTION BATES One 10c One Month 'Vhree Month* (la advance) #'■" fcilx Month* (in advance) fl.TS One Tear tin advance) I9.5v BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlson Preaa will be give ftdverttaera desiring blind addresses. chabge ACCOUNTS are acceptable from peraon- liavlng telephone ileted In their own name and upoi agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per eeni will be added on unpaid private accounta after 3t day* from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUB: Copy received by V a. m. will b< published the same day. „ fc'KBOBS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OF-TOWN-ORDERS for classified ada &>'< stric...

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

SATURDAY, Oct. 30, 193T THE DENrSON PRESS i'Atlfc TKKfti OTHER EDITOR'S THOUGHTS police. radio | The robbery of a Cisco service station by hi-jackers last night, is the first instance of such a) daring crime that has occurred here in several months, a record for which Cisco should be thank- ful. The incident culls to mind ugain the need for a well-inte- grated system of radio alarm for which local officials have long pleaded. Cost of such a system would be small and its effective-; ness in preventing crime and ap- prehending criminals has been Adequately proved by the experi- ence of communities where it has b'ecn in use. An area of Okla- homa notably, has used a radio system to make criminal activi- ties in that area extremely ha«- ardoua. The oil best is strategically sit- uated and formed for the use of n police net. If the cities in this area were equipped with such a tystem, the hi-jacker who darsd j perpetrate a hold-up or any such crime would immediately find , himself in the...

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

I,, rAU* rouK THE DENIS ON PRESS SOCIETY NOTES In Another Laugh Provoker All-District Prospect Presbyterian Dinner Friday More than 150 attended tho Fellowship dinner Friday evening ut First Presbyterian church when a most interesting account of the Will 'Rogers-Wiley I'ost airplane crash at Point .Borrow, Alaska, was given by Mis. N. Woodring. The speaker gleaned her informa- tion after meeting Mr. Morgan in Washington recently. Mr. Morgan, who with Dr. Griest, Presbyterian worker in Point Bar- row were among the first to reach the wreckage and assist in preparations for transfer of the bodies to their homeland. Point Barrow is the most northern point of Presbyterian mission Work, Mrs. J. S. Knaur spoke on work of the past century and C. E. Wood made contrast with today's pioneers. W. S. Hibbard out- lined responsibiltiea of the church. Rev. S. L. Terry spoke on the general type of mission mission work being done. The nation- wide hookup came in fine and members enjoyed the talk by...

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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Showers Monday Night; Cooler Tuesday I DENISON PRESS 8 iSc PER MONTH I A FAST CROWING PAPER Kepresentative United Pre«f< and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, NOV. 1st, 19:57 WESKLY FOUNDED 1980—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4—NO. 113 ^Denison Favored All Denison Halloween Pastors Will J Is Quieter | Be Returned In Denison M I I d « To Take Sooners In Friday's (lame Paris Meets Texarkana and Sherman Travels to Bonham for Contests; Gainesville Has Off week Before Meeting Jackets Only one conference game will be playetl in district live this wedk as two go outside for con- tests and one remains idle. Houston Labor Leader Is Booed From Practice Oil Leader for CIO Forced To Leave Address at Cat- Calls Drown Him Out DALLAS —CIO sympathizers and opponents made no effort to conceal their feelings here Sunday afternoon during an address by Roy S. Sessions, Lewis group of- ficial and head of the Houston Oil Workers Industrial Union, Speaking on "Industrial...

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

-*^ss uly Kxooyt (Sunday tCnterrri as Hacyi'1 Clans Matter Juaa 23. 1*3# at the po ±**ftflee ■Mtt 4"* vAl*<rti, "Toxarf ' Gdiler the «.-t ot March S, I87t. Dedicated to' cleian an4' responsive foverntnent: te Individual and civic Integrity: to Individual ana o4vi« coiirravrciar proirree* I one state into another. Past occasions ; show this to have been the haven for many j hardened criminals when beinjr sought by- officers of both states. These criminals would hardly flee to this city if they knew we had police radio'£5 I fttcHltlei. Knowing , we do not, they' |! LOOK ON THIS PAGE FOR YOUR DAILY WANTS 1 r,wrawaww m«wi*aw,wawkvav.%w.w(m uuaaiuPTiON rates una 1®C One Month 35c 'Vhrefc Montbu (In advance) #'>c tilz Month* (in advance) $1.75 , One Year (In advance) I*.5u BOX NUMBERS. Care Dwlaon Pregt will be given tkdvertlaera desiring blind adireaaes. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed In their own name and upoi, agreeing to remit when bill la pr...

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

J K MOJIpAY, NOV. ltt, 1987 THE DENISON PRESfe I COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CAUTEH, JUDGE New Suits Fi'edl iRinu Mae Russell vs. Edwarrl Russell, divorce. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket Nellie Price has filed an appli- cation for 'administration of the estate of Nellie Douglas, deceased. Jeff Washington has applie.l for the temporary guardianship of William E. Jones, a minor. Appearance Docket J. L. Bow vs. C. A. Williams et ux, suit on note. Complaints Filed Hubert Smith, hauling an over- load. Smith appealed from a fine to the justice court of Jess Wall. 1 mobile sedan. Estelle and Murvele Bean, Den-j 1 ison, Pymouth sedan. t John H. lliggins, Denison,) i 'Chevrolet sedan. R. W. Fellington, Denison, Chevrolet sedan. | J. M. Tucker, Denison, Ponti- ac coupe. J. H. Farisha, Denison, Chev> rolet sedan. W. L. Ashburn, Denison, Chev- rolet sedan. i Gene Legg, Denison, Chevro- let sedan. R. M. Wilson, Denison, Dodge sedan. t Interstate Cotton Oil Refi...

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

THE DENTSON PRESS MONDAY, NOV. Ht, 1007 SOCIETY NOTES Mite Hancock is * Neewollah Fete Bride Saturday Saturday Night Lending a high note of inter- est to autumnal activities, Mi.« 'Marie Hancock, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Hancock, BIG "West Morgan street, became the bride of Vernon F. Beckham, son of M. C. Beckham of Dallas, Sat- urday evening at 7 o'clock in the St. Patrick's Catholic church with Rev. Father McNamee officiating. The couple was attended by Miss Ilia Rumbeck of Fort Worth as maid of honor and John Han- cock, brother of the bride, as best man. The bride was attractively dresed in a forest green ensemble with "brown accessories. Her shotil- der corsage was of talisman roses, j "Miss Rumbeck wore a grejr frock with black accessories and hid on a corsage of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Beckham attended high school, St. Xavier's Academy and j Draughon's Business college, re-j ceiving a degree from the latter j institution. For the past year .•■he has been employed yi th...

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

Jnrc .■ -r. ■.-> , * WEATHER OENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy. Cooler today and and Wednesday a THE DENI SJk t r.R MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER tfevtv&Ot! Hi i i Representative United Press and International Newa Service. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 2nd, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1880—DAILY 19JU VOL. 4—NO. 114 JJackets Take Off Day Monday,Play Ardmore Friday Month m L Fire LossesipOUTICAL RESULTS Are Low For mm n^y Denison Gridders In Best Condition of the Season; Rumors Claim Most Dangerous Men to Be Kept Out of Oklahoma Game Two Blazes Account for Largest Part of Losses During October; Losses Below Period of 1936 Ask Solon To Meeting On Charges 3 False Alarms Are Received Defeating Paris high school last a day of rest Monday, watching Friday in their second district the Mud Daubers defeat Collins- gamo of the season, keeping Deni-j ville 14 to 7. j eon in the conference race, the Rumors have it that Coach Lo- Only $144.18 Lost in City high school Yellow Jackets earned gan Stoll...

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

t£QB TWO THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, NOV. 2nd, 1087 THE DENISON PRESS ■vuMishod u mo Telephone (Jo, IAS Iaau*4 D*lly HUe«ipt Hunday Entered Second Class Matter Juue 23. 1(36. at the poet ofllce at Denlson, Teiai under the *ot of March 8, 1ST*. Dedicated to clean an* reaponelve government: to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ana o4vig commercial progreu. BUUSIUPTIO.M RATES One Week l«c One Month W« 'Bhree Months tin advances #'Jc itUx Month* (in advance) 11.75 One Tear tin advance) }3.Sv BOX NUMHERS. Care Denlson Freaa will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* having telephone listed In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill l« presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first Insertion. shall continue to hear the cry at intervals of hogging the parking places 011 business streets. Take last Saturday which was the day before Hallowe'en. Scores of cars remain- ...

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

TUESDAY, NOV. 2nd, 1937 THE DENISON PRESfc PAGE THEKi COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGK Divorcei Granted < Annie Mae Polk vs. Green Polk, divorce granted. J, P. Stone "vs. Ephemie Stone. | divorce granted. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT ■I A K K J. LOY, JUDGE Beer Docket The Denison Poultry and Efter compnny was granted a license to wholesale beer at 131 East Mor- ton street, Denison. Automobile Registrations Murl Ryan, Whitewright, Ford sedan. Marriage Licensee Ernest Eugene Barnes and 'Mii>s Willie Inez Turpen, Whitesboro. Wynn B. Batey and Mrs. Ethel Nichols, Lott, Texas. M. L. Crouse and Miss Helen Gregg, Denison. James E. Odom and Miss Al- na Mae Southern, Sherman. Oil and Ga* A iignment Magnolia Petroleum compuny to the Texas comfKiny, 594.6 acrea in the Aaron Burns survey, j $1 nd other considerations, Sept. j 4, 1937. Skelly Oil company to the Tex- as compnny, 594.5 acres in the | Aaron Burns survey, $1 and other considerations, Sept. 4, 1937. .^1 Realty Transfers...

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

fAas FOUR I TUESDAY, NOV, 2nd, 1687 SOCIETY NOTES Business AVomen's Club Launches Study Of 'Our Town's Business' Monday at Hotel Launching' the study of "Our • Town'q Business," members oi* th'e Business and Profession.il Women's club convened Monday evening at Hotel Denison for an interesting program under direc- tion of Mrs. Guy Vinnedge. Mrs. L. T. Kretsinger was in her execu- tive position as president. Mrs. Vinnedge introduced five speakers, the first being Miss Louise Bales, who spoke on "'In- terpretation of the Map of Deni- son." She outfitted • the ward? and placed pins at the designated public buildings. Judge Alexander Gullett stated the various duties of each city de- partment and conducted a ques- tion forum on the many forms of city management. Mrs. J. 8. Knaur spoke on "Early Days of Denison" and Miss Eva Borul had as her subject "Denison Up To Pate." Miss Robenia Yeager talk- ed on "A Basic Industry," having with her a pair of' overalls made by the Patterson Manufact...

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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday THE PRESS A FAST CROWING PAPER k K .w> . Kepieseirtative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, Wednesday, NOV. 3rd, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 193Q—DAILY i 34 VOL. 4—NO. 115 m- ■« 1%S Man Hunt Underway, Cop Slain Believe Chicago Hoodlums Responsible in Death of Officer and Wounding of Another during Hijacking ■' • " * Manager, Wife Of Place Tied MILITIA CALLED . KENTUCKY ELECTION Intimidation Charged Against Electioneers j judge J. D. Buster of Sher- in Harlan Voting; CIO is Partially Blamed for Occurrences There Tuesday, Reported Police Run on To Hijackers and Terrific Gun Battle follows; Brings Death HARLAN, Ky.—Militiamen and against some. state police were called1 to thir. Immediately after the trouble, | community late Tuesday follow- the ballot boxes were seized and ing the slaying of one man and forty-one election officials were wounding of another in an election locked up. Some of them remain- ...

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

PA OB TWO THE DENISON PRESS Wednesday, NOV. 8rd, 1087 THE DENISON PRESS Batabllsbed U 1*10 Telephone No. 100 taaued Dft'ly IBxoept Sunday Kuterctl as Uecnoil Matter June 23. 1136 at the post office at Deptson, Texas under the <u!t of Marcli X, 1871. Dedicated to clean and reaponalve government: to Individual and civic Integrity; to individual ano otv c commercial process BU BtHHifTION HATES One Week l®c One Montb • Three Month* (In advance) Six Month* (In advance) *i.Tr> One Year (In advance) tXSv fine his decisions to the law and its limit- I ations, and not go out of his way to regret i he does not have the power to deal out i more misery than he is permitted in the ' case at hand. It branded the judge, it would seem, of having the very thing a judge should not entertain, and thfit is a prejudice against the prisoner at the bar. A judge is to sit on the bench and i pass out jutice in line with the laws of the | land their prescribed punishment, and when he goes beyond that a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 November 1937

Wednesday, NOV. 8rd, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS V COURTS GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Automobile Registrations Fnnt Milling company vs. E. P. Duran. trading as Durun's Bakery i suit for debt. k Probate Docket * A. W. Mann has offered tho will of F. W. Mann, deceased, for probate. Criminal Docket Sentences of 60 days in the county jail were assessed Tuesday by County Judge Loy against thd 24 contestants and four out-of- town promoters who apeared in tho recent "walkashow." All tho sentences were suspended, as the Beer Docket A license to retail beer At 420 South Armstrong, Denison, ha>j been granted to the Tom-Tom Drive-in cafe. performers had agreedi to town. leave' Automobile Registrations C. M. Jordan, Sherman, Chev- rolet sedan. Sid Hall, Sherman, Chevrolet coupe. Anna Davis, Sherman, (Chevro- let sedan. Sam N. Watson, Whitesboro- Ford coach. J. B. Westbrook, Whitesboro, Ford sedan. J. H. Irwin, Sherman, Ford coach. Pie* Porter, Sherman, Chevro- let sedan. Joe Williams,...

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

rAGtt FOUR THE DEN1S0N PRESS SOCIETY NOTES UIHHT.nEXT IHIT MERCHANDISE M A ( T o «wj Post Auxiliary 1 e . . 'r fj iv , Story League in To Have Dinner _/ , 6. . . Regular cession The American Legion auxiliary to Fred W. Wilson Post No. 02 will have a business meeting and covered dish dinnei^Thursd iy eve- ning at <3 o'clock in the home of Mrs. W. A. Lee, 1201 West Mor- ton street. Mrs. Carson Sebers will preside. Mrs. Billie Blount, chairman of district 4 ijnd Mrs. Edwin Aver- itt, state chairman for "National News" will he official guests that The Denison Story Tellers lea- gue met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. T. J. Long for a study of American True Stone.-.. Mrs. Long was assisted in hospi- tality by Mrs. Robert. Cox, 'Mrs. David Platter, Mrs. Ewing Ellio and Mrs. N. E. Hightower. Roll call wits answered with "Believe It or Not" topics. Mr* George Fairiey was leader and evening. Mrs. J. H. Little reported on the Members of the auxiliary are national conference of story ...

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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY *' •* Partly cloudy and warmer «J Friday J* n THE DENISON PRE ■ V .uwa*uuiMi!Muu4iaHM*aiM#ieatSM 36c PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Pre«8 and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, Nov. 4, 1937 WEB-KLY FOUNDED 1930~J)AILY i'XU >„ • • • • • ,#' 0 • • • • • • • • • • -0 m • • # >« A VOLT 4—NOTTig Program of The State Is Scored Governor Allred Says The1 Health Program is Pound Foolish During Conven- tion State Leaders, Dallas Urges Hospital For The Negroes Texas Stands Near Bottom in Health Work; Praises Open Fight on Diseases DALLAS—-Governor .Limes V. Allied told (he Texas Public Health association, in contention line Wednesday, the present pub- lit: health program was penny- w'se and pound foolish, content- ing much larger appropriations would be a wise investment that would be repaid many times over in economic savings added to the prevention of an untold amouii'; of needless human suffering. Gov. Allred said a...

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

! i paqk two THE DENISON PRESS BaUbiUhwl Is mo Telephone No, 100 THE DENISON PRESS /A)J THURSDAY, Nov, 4, mi laau*4 IS# ly Bxcept Bunilay <g«l Entered a Second Cla*a Matter June 23, 1136. ut the poet office at oenlson, Texas under the ut of March 8, X87 . young. There is pelnty of opportunity left in the world for the fellow with that kind of spirit who will take a handful of stonea( and a sling, if that is best he can com- mand, and go after the man who is throw- ing the scare into the rest of the people- Many times being underrated by your adversary is to your own advantage if tak- en as your cue for fighting with all you LOOK ON THIS PAGE FOR YOUR DAILY WANTS o(vt« eoaitneretai proirrvia BUB8K1PTION RATES One Week 10c One Mouth 3Sc 1/hrae lloniba (In advance) >0r Biz Month* (in advance) 11.75 One Year (In advance) M.5u Dedicated to clean and reaponilve government; ^individual and civic Integrity! to Individual ana I jjave j-0 reiV]jze your ambitions. History is filled with ...

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

■ I THURSDAY, Nov. 4, 1937 THE M6NU30N P-RESfa - **cv*L,rsr "| \ & COURTS FIFTY-NINTH DlST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGK New Suit. Filed J. B. Swindle vs. Alfred Stinson et al, try title and damages. FIFTEENTH DI3T. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit! fi'ed Complaint* Filed Rr-y Savage, highway violation. Savage was arrested byi A. E. Whiteacre, county highway patrol- man, who said he was plowing up the road between the Sherman- Whitewright road andi the Luell Tom Bean road, making ridges of soft dirt. Rufun 'turner, liquor violation. Appearance Docket National Cash Register company- Tom Bullard vs. Matt.e BulLard, V3_ Ct>cil Hardy> ^ for dcbt I . . ■--* •• ■—>• divorce. Gertrude McGill McGill, divorce. vs. Lawrence Marriage Licenses Chester Casteel and Miss Lola Fiances Richardson vs. Elmer Teas, Denison Richardson, divorce. John Butler vs. Cora Butler, di- vorce. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY. JUDGE Probate Docket Norfleet Anderson has applied for administration of th...

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

m m ■i ; P SOCIETY NOTES Calif. Couple Paid Compliment i Mr. and Mrs. Willie McCullocn ihave returned to their home in lately for California and their ■weeks visit with their parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. L. H. Reese, 127 West Texas street and Mr. and Mrs. McCulloch of Wichita Falls. Mrs. Willie McCulloch gradu- ated from high school in 1935 and is the former 'Miss Mauna Lou Keese. After their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. MdCulloch left immedi- ately for Californai and their first visit back here was the in- spiration for a number of social courtesies. Mrs. Theodore Wilson enter- tained recently with a linen show- er and buffet luncheon in her home, 500 East Hull. The recep- tion rooms were adorned with flowers and fern. "Beano" pro- vided amusement with prizes awarded. The following guests were pres- ent, Mrs. L. H. 'Reese and Mrs. ,'MtrCufloch of Wichita Falls, moth- ers of the couple, Mesdames Grace Butler, N. E. Hightower, Frank Lambert, Gordon Nix, J. N. Har- rison, C. E. Franks, Ruck Ever-...

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