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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cooler Saturday and partly cloudy I B THE DENISON PER MONTH C •I A FAST GROWING PAPER : Representative United Press* and International News Service. DENISON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 5th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1980—DAILY IU 4 VOL. 4—NO. 117 r \ Japan Refuses Mediation; Continues Fierce Drive Small Group At Brussels Names Body Nippon Heads at Tokio Say Only Way Chinese Ques- tion Can Be Settled is For Nation to Change Attitude Japs Imperiled By Latest Drive Chinese Troops Withhold Japanese Soldiers, Fierce Fighting in Wanted Sector, DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO by DULClS MURRAY Everyday DENISON Duke Sails Deaths and Jackets Meet Ardmore In For States With Wally BirthsEven Last Outside Game Tonite iiOcteber TOKIO—No mediation of any kind will be acceptable with Ja- pAn, it is announced and the only possible way for Japan to con- sider peace talk with China is for Ihrat nation to change its attitudo it is declared by Japan. BRUSSELS—Naming of a small group to take m...

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

P!;f' Rmf S: mi *$$3 U*«- PAQJS TWO THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, NOV, im the denison press Established !■ lHt Ttltphont No. 100 tmu*d *ily Except HunrtuT ISatered as Beeotid Class Matter Juue 23, 1138. <a ti e post Office at Denlson, Texas under the ect of Marvh 8, 187*. Dedicated to clean an* responsive government: to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ana Otv)« oucnnieretai proirross BUU8K1PTI0N RATES One l°c One Month "5c Yhree Month* (in advance) ................ #'Jc «31x Months (in advance) .'. 11.75 One Tear (In advance) |S.5u BOX NUMDEH-v Care Denlson Press will be given tdvortlHi'i desiring; blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed In tbelr own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill I* presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* after 80 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by I a. a will bp published the aame day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more...

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

W->' FRIDAY, NOV. 6th, 1987 THE DENTJSON PRESS PAGE THMt* COURTS f FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suits Fi'od Nettie Neinast vs. Albert Nein- ast, divorce. Oivorcoi Granted | 'V3vi;lyn Baker vs. Cecil Baker, llorce granted, with restoration of maiden name, Evelyn AinH- worth. Wilburn Hall vs. Myrtle Hall, divorce granted and custody of minor children awarded to de- fendant. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket Hester Smith has applied for the guardianship of Kathryno Virginia Smith, a minor. Non-Jury Docket Gordon Moore vs. Standard In vcstmgnt ompany ot al, suit on note, defendant's original answer filed. Automobile Registration* « W. S. Dorset, Sherman, Buick coupe. Travelers Insurance company,1 'Sherman, Chevr<ftet sedan. Kant Milling Company, Sh<n'-j man, Chevrolet coach. Mrs. A. Hinzman, Sherman, Chevrolet sedan. Realty Transfer* 'Marguerite Orenduff and Rot* Orenduff to Violet Hodges John- son, DO by 212 feet of lot' 8, block 4, B. H....

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

fS '■ ' ^Vwv' PAG* FOUR I MB Mi FRIDAY, NOV. 6th, 1937 1 hi M if? SOCIETY NOTES Woman's Council Tea-Book Review Maybe That's Right At That BRIEFS— Federated Music Club Convention Thirteen counties of North Tex- as aire represented in tho second district Federation of music cluos which opened in Sherman this morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. T. J. Womack of Enni;: is president of the district including Grayson, Fannin, Collin, Cooke, Denton, Bosque, Hamilton, Hill, Hood, Johnson, Rockwall, Somervell and Dallas counties. The program 1'or today is regis- tration at 10 a. m. followed by a I'oard meeting at 1:30 p. m. U 2 o'clock the convention proper ." opened with invocation by^Bur- ton Coffman. Welcome, Mrs. H. G. Tuck and Chamber of Commerce Managar, Frank M. Thompson; response, Mrs. T. J. Womack of Ennis, dis- Ttridt president; "violin irumfcers by Miss Bess Saunders of Bon- ham; business session, 'Mrs. Wom- ack presiding: introduction of I Rev. Homer A. Strong of Sher 1 man was featured ...

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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cooler Saturday ami partly cloudy THE DENISON ii. r tLMt *iun I n a ^ast <;ruwini* r\rt.n tl aaztAti&t (tepresentative United Presc and International News Service. Unemployment Census Here To Start Nov. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 19S4 VOL. 4—NO. 118 Contract Approved On Alleys Williams and Whittle of Dal- las Says Company Ready to Begin Paving and Storm Sewer Project Work Now Jackets Defeat Scrappy A rdmore Outfit 25 to 7 Mayor Asks London Is / 6 Support Of Suspicious All Citizens! Of Matter Work Order Is Expected Soon Officials Hope to Have Thirty-one Million Blanks to be Issued Throughout the United States During Two- Day Period, Letter Says Information To Be Distributed Jackson Features /Game by 52-Yard Gallop, But Tigers Match it With 56-Yard Pass for Their One and Only Score, Friday Night Postmaster is Head of Cam- paign .Here With Elliot McClung As Chairman Scoring a touchdown in the first eleven plays o...

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

rflE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, NOV. , 1937 THE DENISON PRESS BatablUtimi to MM T«lephon« No. tUO laau*4 CMklly Bxo«pt Hunday at the time with such matters? What has that to do with her years after? How long have thousands of others concerned about such things? Mayor LaGuardia did not at the time hold such ideas, or at least did nothing about tHe housing problem for the „ poor. Even the farm relief program was KoUred m 8«otind Class Matter June 23, 1136. the post omo« at Danigon, T«** un<u>r the not on, nor the pld age pension act. •at Ot March . m*. When this world famed character would come to our shores to. do a kingl.v ; thing—that of trying to remove some of the world's weight from backs of the poor Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to Individual and clvtc Integrity: to Individual and «|TI eomn>«rei*i prog-res* mmm THIS PACE FOR YOUR DAILY WANTS S £ BUBSKUTION RATES one Week JOc and help in some really altruistic program and with the ability to carry it forwar...

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

SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1937 THE DENLSON PftE&b PAGE THKEi J# r? I COURTS UNITED STATES COURT RANDOIiPH BRYANT, JUDGE New Suits F>'e(l J. D. Carter vs. Liberty 'Mutunl InHurance company, $3,000 dam- >4ffe8, transferred from fifteenth I ,'istrict court. C. D. Pierce, trustee for the bankrupt estate of O'ba G. Muncy, vs. Iia Goodman et al. Howard Nelson vs. Texas and NeW Orleans Railroad company et al, suit for $3,805 damages for injures suffered July 28. Nelson alleges that he drove his car at night into the side of a freight car at a crossing on East Lamar, because the car was not lighted. Joe Meador vs. Dixie Motor Coach company, $30,000 for in- juries suffered Feb. 2 ill a bus near Caddo, Ukla. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suits Filed 1 Reta Arnold vs. Marion Arn- > old et al, divorce and injunction, i! Pearl Croxton vs. Veardman (James) Croxton, divorce. Luther Willett vs. Dorothy Wil- •lett, divorce. Charles R. Crabtree vs. Daisy Crabtree, divorce. W. S. ...

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

^ " rAtiJE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES October Bride ; from 2:30 until 6 o'clock in the Party Honoree l.oiuo of Alv. and Mrs. YV. S. Hib- turd, 029 West Woodard street,, Mrs. J. M. Dempseyand Mrs. U has been armnged and the com- M. Oailowfly entertained with a nlittee in charge ,nvlteJ shower party Friday night in the t'a' Pu^''c to jjj Dempsey residence, 717 West Woodard street, complimenting Mrs. Wayne Goodwin, nee Kath- erine' McQown of Stringtown, Okla. The Goodwin-McGown rites Comments Ot A Movie Fan D : • "This Way Please"—Directed by Robert Florey and produced by | Mel Shauer. Screen play by Grant Garrett, Seena Owen and Howard Green. R'eleUaed by Paramount. Crazier Than Ever BIG LITTLE STAR WOMAN'S AUXILIARY ST. LUKE CHUitCH TO . r HAVE BUSINESS HOUR The Woman's Auxiliary to St. Luke's Episcopal church will ujW* were solemnized* Oct" V in Durant a very important business meet with Rev. S. M. Shirley, pastor of the Church of Christ, officiating...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 November 1937

hs « i 1 WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cooler Saturday and partly cloudy 5 saxxa&saaasil* Representative United Pr as and International News Service miisiig^semssssmmmi Ik PI* MONTH ij A FAST GROWING PAFER DBND30N, TEXAS, MONDAY, NOV. 8th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1980—DAILY 1984 VOL. 4-NO. 119 Ch i nese Forces Make Read y To Retreat From Shanghai Americans Endangered By Fighting o DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO My DULC13 MURRAY Church Helps Tioga To Get Oklahoma Accidents Claim 23 Chinese Claim They Will Do n I n | Five Are Killed in Accident DcLCK I rOpei*ty As Sooner State Suffers Heaviest Life L,oss over A Pastorates Throughout This Weekend in Its History A ' y Section Seeking Financial /November 8, 1875 j Aid for Church at Tioga \ Falls Asleep, George L. Franklin, of bher- A r\ J man, denies the report that the "Following a statement made by: 1 WO Are Dead recent lire in that city originated J Rev. Ben F. Hearn, pastor of the j He' First Christmas Lights and Santa Parade To Feature Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 November 1937

vntrn/m,'* PAQB TWO m DEM1S0W PKES3 MONDAY* NOV, gtH im THE DENISON PRESS <5SWVT r«L UbiLh*4 la MM Velephon* No. 100 laau*4 Daily Bzoapt Bandar | gain will be his first consideration, will also furnish enough cause for the average pen- sioner to be willing to overlook some of those things which he did not wink at be fore he got on the pension roll. Already in this state they are trying to " BuUred ..<« c.a„ M.«t,r "im tie pensions onto the tail of some of those t tu« post otrtc« at uonisoii, 'rasa* under the things we outlawed many years back. act of Marob , im. ^ wjn not be hard to make an appeal THIS PAGE FOR YOUR DAILY WANTS © Dedicated to clean an4 reaponatve government: tn Individual and civic Intecrlty; to Individual ann o4ri« tumiDtrtUI provrreu ■ \ BUUSIUl TION> RAT13S One Week One Month .. ?hre« Month* t>U Moutht One Year •■••••••••a 10c 35c #'JC to the man getting his pension that if he wishes to keep the source of his income in- tact, it will be necesary to vo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 November 1937

MONDAY, NOV, 8th 1937 THE D0NU5ON PRESS PAGE flout* COURTS FIFTEENTH D1ST. COURT II. M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suit* Filed Lettie ISteen vs. Bryan Stecn, divorce. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGR Caiei Disposed | John H. Olrt#y< suit on debt. Judg- | nftent for plaintiff. Beer Docket I Mrs. Leuh Worthum granted pei mission to change address oi; iter beer-retailing place to 810' North Houston, Denison. Automobile Registrations Juanitu Willis, Denison, Chev- rolet sedan. Ralph Aspley, Denison, Chevro- let sedan. Lonnie tegg, Denison, Chev- Fred Sanderson vs. R. E. Me- Stay, fsuit on note. Judgment ,0'et coupe. upon hearing for $418.61 and 10' Fred E- Hahnel- Denison, Chev- per cent interest from date. I 10let sedan. First State bank of Gunter vs. j Wood, Denison, Chevrolet O. G. Selby, suit on note, Judg- j s<5dan. mont upon hearing for $295.82 Dr. Pepper Bottling company, and 10 per cent interest from Denison, Chevrolet sedan. (;nte, j I W. M. Connor, Denison, Chev- J. S. Eub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 November 1937

SOCIETY NOTES Henry Flusche To _ _ . Marry Dallasite Evans-Daugherty Marriage Rites Mrs. L. J. Fuechtniann, 572V v Palo Pinto, Dallas, entertained with a morning coffee Sunday an- ;■ nouncing the engagement and ap- ' proaching marriage of her sister, , Miss Sophia Coerver, to Henry Flusche, son ol' Mr. and Mrs. An- ton Flusche, 1310 South Fannin avenue, Denison. The marriage will take place Nov. 25. Thanks- giving day at 10 a. m. at St. Joseph's •church, Dallas. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. M. Coerver. As guests arrived- at the party they were presented with circulars in rainbow colors distributed by little Buddy and Nancy Otto, on which the announcement was made. Tho table was covered >vith an ivory satin damask cloth, ; Centered with a mound of white ^ chrysanthemums and white tap- ers in crystal holders. The living and dining rooms were further deccSrated with white chrysanthe- mums and rosebuds. Several parties have been plan - lied ■ for the bride-elect. In the re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 November 1937

| t I mmti WEATHER $ DENISON AND VICINITY V. Probably fair Wodnesday somewhat cooler H THE DENISON PR Representative United Pre**- and International News Service. DKN1SON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 9th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 a ___________— . . Jh PER MONTH *4 A P AST GROWING PAPER ~ VOL. 4—NO. 120 . Three Bodies Vote To Go On Strike LOS ANGELES—Three thous ferencea us promised with work- and lorigsnoremen voted to go on ers, the UAW will call u strike in .strike in an election just held un-; the plant here soon, according to less labor troubles are settled, it their leader, Wr. Kimberlin. was made known today. HOLLYWOOD—More than 400 ST. LOUIS—Charging that thei makeup artists, truck drivers and Rain Totals .28 Inches Here Today Dallas Wettest City Nation As Almost Two Inches fall In One Day; Denison and Farmers Helped by Rain Shanghai Falls But Chinese Troops Forming New Lines of Defense Outside of The City Ford plant had not adjusted dif- • • DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 November 1937

w AQB TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS Batabllahtd I* J 0 Telephone No. 10* luu«4 Dally Bxcwpc Bundajr . Kuurt-d as B«c> nd Clan* Mutter Jun* 23, 1136 fcl the post office nt DtttUon. Texaa unilur the cot of March I, 1871. Dedicated to clean an* reaponelve covernment ta Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual eno 0 v1« •onimeretaj progrea*. HI) ItdRilTlONHATES On# Wtek 1^' On* Month 35' 'Vhrt*> Month* tin advance) #Ui t>Lx Montha (in advance) $1.7! On* Year (lu advance) $*.5i ilOX MUUlim Care Denlaon Prees will be kIvoi tdvertleeie aealrlns blind addresses. CHARGK ACCOUNTS are acceptable trom person^ bavins telephone listed In tbelr own nam* and upoi agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per c*nt will be added on unpaid private accounts after 31 da/s fron. date of first Insertion. CLOS1NQ HOUli: Copy received by S a. in. will b< published the same day. HKRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OF-TOWN-ORDERS for classifi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 November 1937

TUESDAY, NOV. 9th, 1937 m THE DENISON PRESi, PAGE THBfc* COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suiti Filed E. E. Smith vs. Grace Viviiin 'Smith, divorce. Eloitse Blankenship vs. H. B. Biankenship, divorce. Divorces Granted Lucille Bailey ivs. Tom Bailey, divorce granted, with restoration of maiden name, Lucille Allen. Cut! Disposed J. B. Brinl-oe received a two- year suspended sentence on a charge of burglary, following a Jury trial Monday morning. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket George >R. Bell and Tom S. BeM SNOODLES have applied to probate will of Mrs. Mary Frazier Bell, deceased. Beer Docket Chester Greer has been granted permission to change the address of his wholesale beer-distributing place from 220 East Houston ;o (>10 East Cherry, Sherman. Automobile Registration* L. A. Vance, Sherman, Oldsmo- ■bile coach. S^tmkley Brothers Chevrolet company, Sherman, Chevrolet se- dan. Virginia Henderson, penton, Texas, Plymouth coupe. Steakley...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 November 1937

rAOB FOUR THE DENTSON PRESS Academy Award Winner Paul Muni. 1S):iG Academy Award Winner for his film portrayals, makes,an even stronger impression in "The Life Of Emile Zola," at the Rialto today, Wednesday and Thursday. A great supporting east is seen in the release. SOCIETY NOTES CHURCH ACTIVITIES * TAKE SPOTLIGHT FOR , JVIrs. H. E. Hall, secretary of the EARLY PART OF WEEK | second district, are in attendance. The various church groups arc The convention will continue taking the spotlight this week, \ through Thursday evening and with teas and benevolent activi-^ the final program will be n "dis- tives arranged for the ensuing trict revue," given in the state days- tlub house. Second district will The Missionary society of Firs- plesent "The Builders," a sketch Baptist church held mission study written by Mrs. Hall in which the Monday in circles, with nos. 1 and t pioneer club woman will be repio- 2 convening in the home of Mrs. I st.nted by Mrs. Carrie Hall, of L. D. Thayer. Mrs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 November 1937

■m WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY % Cooler today and Thursday in H Denison area i^ni888888888S888888S888S88S888S888888888iai88888ai8888sii THE DENISON P >Sv PIR MONTH A FAST CROW1MT. PAf EK Representative United Press and Internationa] News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, Wednesday, NOV. 10, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 121 r ^ Heavy Rain Red Cross Active Over State Is Reported Fed. Census'Canvass Is Worst Floods In Fifty In Grayson County I s Started Begun Here Years Menace Shanghai In Denison According to a report of the to mote than 3,000 student'* in; work of the Red Cross in Grays, tt schools. The work has been of .county submitted by Mrs. J. B. an individual kind and touched vi-j ~ Marlin Tops All Points Dur-| Knight, general chairman, the or- tal matters that directly'affected Representatives of Practic- ing Deluge Tuesday when ionization has been active in pre- Six Indhes Fall in Less| ventative steps as well as direct Than Twenty-Four Hours relief, giving health...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 November 1937

PAQB TWO THE DENISON PRESS Wednesday, NOV. 10, 198? THE DEN1SON PRES§ KaUblUhed is 1 Telephone No. 100 tuu*4 Dftily K*c«pt Sunday Entered a# Second Clase Matter Juue 2J. 1 3«. at the post oMc* at1 Denison. Texan under the act ut March 8, 1871. Dedicated to clean and reaponalva *overnm«n ; to Individual and olvlc Integrity; to Individual and oivi# summxretaj ppotrr«« UUbSiUPTlON RATES On* Week ..... One Month • • . ' Ure« Month* hix Mentha Oue Year ■ (in advance) *(in advance) .. (lu advance)' . BOX NUMUER&. Care Denlaon Preaa will be give® idvertlsei a dealring blind addresses. without any case of nerves, they do not excite very easily and that is to their great advantage as is indicated by their long lineage greater than any other nation on the face of the earth. The fall of Shanghai was more or less to be expected> because of the natural ad- vantage the Japs had by land and sea, and the disposition of the Japs to disregard life of foreigners in their determina- tion t.p spa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 November 1937

Wednesday, NOV. 10, 1937 THE DENISOM PRE8.S PAGE THJ** I COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTKR. JUDGE New Suit* Filed ltuth Holstein va. Elgnr Hole stein, di'vorce. i B. M. iLane vs. Jewell B. Lane divorce. Kathleen O'Mary Kid well vs. W. A. Kidwell, divorce. Three tax suits filed by City of Sherman. Divorcet Granted Fairy Mae Walker vs. Glenn Eugene Walker; divorce granted with restoration of maiden nam's, •Fairy Mae Simmons. Cum Disposed Tom Austin and George Austin received two year susponded pen- itentiary sentences on charges- of burglary, after pleading guilty in a jury hearing-. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Complaint* Filed Tommy Walker, Denison, two counts of liquor violation. Appearance Docket Louise McFarland and Optl Williams were released in habeas corpus proceedings. They were held on assault charges. Automobile Registrations Kenner W. Clay, Dallas, Ter- ruplane coach. ney, Denison. Zclodie Andrews and Jessie Cooper, Van Alstyne. Marriage License* J. R. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 November 1937

HHF ■ FAQS FOUR THE DENISON PRESS :'v ' .■ r;: / ^ Wednesduy, NOV. 10, 193'/ SOCIETY NOTES Rev. Virden Is played and refreshments served. methodist young Speaker At Club people gather at r ;r HOWE CHURCH TUESDAY Rev, Harry Lee Virden, rep- tor at St. Luke Episcopal church spoke on "Peace on Earth" Tues- day afternoon at :\ meeting of the Senior Alpha Delphian club is the home of Mrs. Frank Hough- ton, 117 ' North Mirick avenue. Rev. Virden was introduced by Mrs. E. N. Rerglund, member of the advisory board. Mrs. A. W Patterson is club president. Rev. Virden was a commission- ed chaplain in the world war and is now a Major in the National Guards of America. His talk dealt with peace, having the church as its bteflkground. This inspiring subject was closed with a fervent prayer. Mrs. Sidney Karchmer gave a reading "Forboding" < Mabel Freer iLo,v'eridge). Mrs. Guy Vin- nedge sang DeKoyen's "Recession- al" (words by Kipling).) S^ie was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. S;. V. Earnest....

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