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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 November 1937

#1« j m \ ■ rl I ii WEATHER DEN13QN AND VICINITY *1 Partly cloudy today and Friday. Slightly warmer ft Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1937 1 NATION PAUSES FOR Reduction j ARMISTICE TRIBUTES Is Given | Lights Fred Harvey Reports to Chamber of Commerce' Meeting Gainesville Pa- rade Unit Ready For Fete While Thousands Pay Tribute to World War Dead and Decorate Graves, Powers Work At Brussels Striving to Prevent Another WASHINGTON—A nation to- While parades and decoration of j day paused from 11 to 11:01 in the unknown soldier marked many| _____ silent recognition of the signing towns and countries, still there , of the armistice nineteen years was the ominous threat of another tqUipmeilt lO ago, while war clouds gathered ov-i war which might exceed that end-1 or Kurope and fighting continued ed nineteen years ago today. in the Orient. Future Farmers Outline Plans For The Year Denison School Agricultur- Witii America repres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 November 1937

sw, ■■:- PAtiK TWO THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, NOV. 11. 1937 THU1 THE DENISON PRESS t f I _4j I aaublishwl u 1 0 T« «*phon« No. 100 luuM Daily lUoept 8unday toured aa Clu« Matter Juu. 23. 1IJ«. •l lb® poet office at Denlson. T«a. under the act of Marsh I. 18'*. Dedicated to clean ani reaponalve government; to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual and olrii commercial projrreaa. BUUBRUTION RATES One Week Due Mouth ... 'ifhree Month' t>U Months One Tear <in advance) (In advance) . (In advance) . iiOX NUMUB1K4. Care Denlaon Preen will be given &dvertlaera desiring blind addresses. their bark still nearer to our ears with each additional year since 1918. What we had hoped was a war to end wars, seems now nothing but a slogan coin- ed by some one with a peculiar sense of what it takes to end war, or it was propa- ganda of the munitions plant placed in the mouths of well-meaning persons. What a pity that those who fought in that war are not the main ones now to have the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 November 1937

THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1937 THE PENTgON PRESS FACE THRlc COURTS \**\m N \iA FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGli New Suit Filed Eight tax suits were filed by the City of Sherman. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTER. JUDGE Case* Disposed D;m Manery pleaded guilty bo- fore a jury to charges of driving while intoxicated, and received n sentence of lfl days in jail and a fine of $50. Pete Groce, embezzlement; two yers suspended sentence after a plea of guilty before a jury. Amos Cannon, burglary on.Ij thicken theft, two years on the burglary charge and one year o- SNGODLF.S well sonny — ' HOW ARE VOO 7 TR0WESS/N& (N-StHOOU- How's vouft conduct ? the chicken theft. Cannon pleaded guilty to both charges. Odell Coleman, burglary ani chicken theft; two years on the buigary and one year on the chicken theft. Coleman pleadel guilty to the theft charge, bun contested the burglary charge,1 ond was found guilty by a jury. Civil Docket W. B. Hash vs. Texas Employ- ers Insurance associatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 November 1937

FAQS FOUR -imp. nrcvisnN press THURSDAY, NOV. It, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES DeMolays Have Junior Council the later served hot coi'fee tud Seems To Be The Vogue Hither And Yon WITH KEN Tie Junior Advisory council recently formed, was presented at u banquet and meeting of Deni- son chapter. Order of DeMolay Wednesday evening at Masonic Hall. James Hogg, master coun- cillor, presided. Joe Ellsworth, chairman of the new council, offered suggestions for enlarging the present DeMolay membership and sponsoring of a drive for members. The purpose of the council was explained by Saunders Freels and W. G. Lang- rton, toastmaster, stated the rea- son for organization of u Junior council. He said the Senior coun- cil had pressing duties in the Ma- sonic order and could not give proper attention to the chapter, furthermore the creation of an- other council could carry out the purpose ol' the DeMolay code quicker and more easily. Members of the Junior council are Joe Ellsworth, Freels, Richard Clark, Ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 November 1937

I I * I 1 S; #1® 1 •i V. WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Saturday cloudy; nomewhat cooler in North Texas THE ;-i 7 ,< ♦ • • f • •sxmmmwtzms&ssismsf* lpTOir?QQ JL JCVJLl^O ■as :• :• Ut PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER Kupresenlative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. I2th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—JDAILY itf 4 VOL. 4—NO. 123 JacketSyLeopards Armistice Battle to 7 to 7 In Denison Deadlock Thurs. Quiet Day Small Accidents and 1 Death Mar Perfect Record City Thursday; Police Placed On Duty at Forest Park Visitors Here Show Increase Part Of Gainesville Community Circus Denison is Awarded Win by Outgaining Op- ponents in First Downs After Penetrations Are Found to Be the Same-Three Apiece * ————— Featuring numerous penalties Denison was awarded a win and more fumbles, two powerful j from more first downs as they machines from Denison and piled up seventeen to fourteen Gainesville high schools battled toj for their opponents. A district rul- j Store...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 November 1937

• ), ... PAOS TWO ■' •• V . THE tJENISOM PRESS FRIDAY, NOV, 12th, 1037 Sfcjacs^ar.rj^-^M THE DEN1SON PRESS BataDIUW U 1>M T«ioption# No. 109 luuW D*llr Bxoapt gundnf BiiUred as ■aoond Cla Mutter June '.13. 1*34 at tbn post office *1 JJeulaou. Tei UOder the ct at Mtiroti , X8?t. The sooner she is sent back the bettor 1 it will be for America. 00 Dallas has recently closed a horse' 1 show which was declared to be very suc- i cessful. Another horse show closed down at Austin a few days back, but it was far from being successful. There was some horse swapping done, but that was about all. However, there was a good deal of THIS PACE FOR YOUR DAILY MfANTS Dedicated to clean an4 reejjonelve government to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual *nn ftoj-ggplay carried on. d*ti« eommeretai progreee. _ _____ BUHMiurrioN BATita ^ , ^Ve are told that the government is on! ^uontti ......'''• •'''.• • • *• • •• 310 spending many millions of dollars to find viu-ee Monibn (in advanoe) w i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 November 1937

FRIDAY, NOV, 12th, 193? IKS ** MHramn. ■> !36 '...: THE DENTSON PRESi PAGE THTUS m COURTS F1FTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New SuiU Filed I Six bax suits were filed by the City of Sherman. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suit* Filed S'camon Boney <vs. D. Boney, di- vorce. J. J. Jarman et ux vs. Octya Bee Gibson, suit to cancel note. Complaint* Filed Bennett Hogue, sale of whis- ky in u dry area, possession of liquor for the purpose of sale and liquor violation. Marriage Licence* Paul Caylor and Marietta Ball, Whltewright. John Jeffries and Mrs. l. E. 'Merhson, Okemah, Okla. Freak Patterson and Geneva Eard, Bonham. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT jake j. loy. judge Probate Docket May Wible has offered the will of J. A. Sadler, deceased for, probate. HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE fyJORTH£ASTy^ESTCbUTII ? By I'at Perry 0 — © 1.—What is the Gainesville or- ganization that will stage a Santii Claus parade through the business district here Dec. 1. 2.—The Katy drum and bug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 November 1937

XMBN1S0N TOUR FEIDAY. NOV. 12th, 19ST SOCIETY NOTES Program Released For District Meeting Of Royal Neighbors At Greenville Hotel Former Resident Of Pottsboro Buried Friday The district convention of lioy- ul Neighbors in Greenville Nov. 18 will be a major event in social activities this month uind sixteen members will represent the lociil Myrtle Leaf Camp No. 4678, of which Mrs. Effie Strohm is oracle. Miss Genevieve Sweeney, dis- trict secretary-treasurer, has re- leased the following program: Opening at 10 a. m. at Wash- ington Hotel; Sing Song. Presentation of flag by Mrs. Lancaster of Greenville. Invocation, Mrs. McNutray of Greenville. Song. Introduction of visitors. Lettie Kouth of Greenville. Welcome address, Deputy Col- lins of Greenville. Response, recorder, Mrs. Jgp Capelle, Denison. Solo by Miss Sweeney, dedi- cated to Miss Irma Barthel ot Kock Island, 111., supreme record- er of the R. N. A. Roll Call of district officers, Miss Sweeney. Heading oft minutes of la it meeti...

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

. 'vV ' mtA. ■ i." mi % WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Sunday partly cloudy, much colder 5 * ,-rniniiv.' United and InternatU iwl News Servi. e. THE DENISON DENISON, TEXAS. SATURDAY, Nov. 13, 1937 .WERKLY FOUNDED 1930- >5t PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER ft DAILY 19X4 VOL. 4—NO. 124 h I Alley Paving and Storm Wage, Hour Japs May Sewer Work to Begin Here Bill Return Recognize Is I JAPS CONCENTRATE !ls °PPosed GenFranco ON CHINESE WING Davis Puts Significant Question to Conference Company Moving In Equipment Denison City Engineer Re- turns From Ft. Worth P WA Office with Final Ap- proval of the Work Order Southern Legislators Fight News Service Says Nippons Bill. Declaring it Will Be Make Preparations to Re- cognize Franco Regime in. Spain; Trouble is Foreseen DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULC15 MURRAY SHANGHAI—The left wing of the Chinese new line of defense will be the objective of the Jap Death Of Industries in this ] Section of' the Nation Earliest Passage Is Considered Shipments...

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

m tAQH TWO THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, Nov. IS, 1987 THE DENLSON PRESS BaUblUb*d la 1*1* Telephone No. 100 luutl Dftily Bxo*i>t HuniUy ICutetud " fMoond Class Miller Juue 21. 1136. «t the po i oftloe at Denison, T«i* uuil«>r the act of Marvii I 1#H. Dedicated to clean ai-4 reapoaalve (overuwent: to Individual and olvlc liu«|jrlty; to lodlvitlual ana olvv Mimaitiretai prvtrr*s«a BUBSIUJPTION RATES Oa* Week One MonUi 35® Tfhrei iluutbi (tn advance) 1 .. Our HI* Month* (in advance) (1.75 One Year (In advance) J8.5u UOX NUULUOtA Care Deuiaon Press will be slven ndvertlaera dealrlng blind addressee. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persuus bavin® telephone Hated In their own name and upon Agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 p r cent will be added 'on unpaid private account* after 3b days from date of first Insertion. CEOH1Na HOUR: Copy received by t a. in. will br« published the same day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect Inser...

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

V-. ^i. ■fl ■ SAJTLIRDAY, Nov. 13, 1937 the denison press page turk* COURTS Dunham, Denison. J. iL. VileH and Ada Sherman. Thomas, I UNITED STATES COURT uandolph bryiant, judge: realty tr .. fer. New Suit* Filed i 'J- U- Carter et ux to Joe First-Trust Joint Stock Land Thornton, lots 7 and 8, block 4, ' S. \V. Young addition to IIowc, $100, Sept. 24, 1935. Oetve Bee- Gibson to J. M. Jar* Hank of Chicago et al vs. W. H. •Beuty et al. Suit in equity for damages, arising out of Frazier- I.emke proceeding. HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE [\JO'U HJ? AST^yESTgOUTII T Ity 1'at Perry • # •m tresses overcome their handi- 1 r .—K Harvard psychologist re- cently made the statement that which sex would be bosses in a thousand year from now? GRAYSON COUNTY COURT J A K13 J. LOY, JUDGE Complaint* Filed ■ Six complaints charging liquor Violations against Grayson county i esidents were filed Friday by Robert Gambell, Inspector of the state liquor control board, after raids Wednesday and Thursday. Some whis...

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

SAjTUJRDAY, Nov. 13, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS FAGS FOUR EDDIE CANTOR ACADEMY WINNERS Fit For A Throne "The Quality of Mercy ... " SOCIETY NOTES Surprise Party Honoring Bride greetings by County Supt. E. A. Miller; discussion of purpose oy Airs. J. li. Mynatt of Sadler; his tory of the council and introduc- tion oi' past presidents b'y Mrs. Carl McAlliser of Southntayd; ong by Christine Williams and Avis Perkins, accompanied by Mrs. E. iL. Williams of the Red Branch school; address by Prin- cipal Byron Davis of Sherman high school; numbers by Ihe Southmayd rhythm band, and greetings from the Grayson dem- onstration agent, Miss Eunice ! King, and the Sherman Camp Fire executive, Mrs. H. E. Hall. ll>e banjo-eyed comedian of worl I lame, inajces hit first picture Biit). i more than year in I town and the Riaito theatre Sun- day, Monday and Tue day. r A crowd of friends gathered in the Murray-Carter residence, 601 West Monterey street Friday evening and from there went to the home of Mr...

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

c I1 If If h nib re- |of Irif'. 110 a In (I Ine | be Res 9 CHJ1. RyJ rm$ ■ i by |tn*. icm- Iften flnea } the I no« v Sid- rely tho luar- Ijilrt llCCt.H :*i *j> C-1 V) <c '• WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Today, and Tuesday, partly cloudy to cloudy DENISON PRESS 3&c PER MONTH f 0 a fast growing paper u 1 Representative United Press and International News Service. Paris - Sherman Only Conference Players Friday Whitewright to be Entertained at Bonham While Denison and Gainesville Rest for Final Games Next Week; Cats Should Win With Denison and Gainesville In t he only district contest slat- j idle, only one conference game in ed, Paris travels to Sherman for; Federal,City PWA Work Starts Here DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, NOV. 15th, 1937_ More Of The Gainesville Circus WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930— DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. district five is on tup this week and Bonham take on a non-con- ference foe in Whitewright. DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULC15 MURRAY Large Number of Local Men Are Hired Work...

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

VAQK TWO THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, NOV. 15th, 1937 MC THE DENISON PRESS ■aUblteh* la 1 M Teleplvea* No. 100 luud Dally lUoept 8unday KuleicU ** I'lui M-alLor Jun it, 1181 at Um> po«i offlua at Deulnan, T*xa under the <tut i* March B, 111*. Dedicated to clean and r «pou*lv« goveraiuont; to lodividual aod civic Integrity; to Individual ano fltvt« MUiaierMal pro«r««a KUUMUiPTlON RATKS On* Week l«c One Muutu 366 Khree" UoiUb-i (Lit advance) >UC tiu Month* <iu advance) 11.75 One Tear tin advance) fS.Su ttOX NUMHfcl&S. Care Denison Pre** will be siven ttdvertlsei • desiring blind addrawes. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from per ou-> having telephone llated In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when blU 1* presented. 10 per c*ot will be added 'on unpaid private account* after 30 day* from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by a. m. will bn published the same day. RRRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect Insert...

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

MONDAY, NOV. 15th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THfttt* COURTS New Suits Filed J. A. Taylor vs. Katharine Tay- lor, divorce. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTER. JUDGE Divorce* Granted Fay Collins Tunstall vs. D. A. Tunstall, Jr., divorce grunted with restoration of maiden nam.e, Fay Collins. Zelodie Andrews vs. Lora An- drews, divorce granted and cus- tody of minor child awarded to plaintiff. Wilburn Hall vs. 'Myrtle Hall, divorce granted and custody of minor children awarded to defend-' ant. Lillie Josephine Sadler vs. J. I,. Sadler, divorce granted with restoration of maiden name, Lillie Josephine Smith. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suits Filed S. P. Blair vs. Annie Blair, di- vorce. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Complaints Filed B. F. Bass, highway violation. C. W. Nelson, sale of whisky in a dry area and possession for the purpose ot' sale. John Wolfe, sale of whisky in u dry area. B. C. "Barney" Hart, posses- sion of liquor for the purpose of| sale....

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

V CaGS four THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, NOV. 15th, 1037 •m SOCIETY NOTES Barmore-Henry Vows In Dallas Miss Trilby Burmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. IL. I. Barmore, 100 West Munson street, became the bride of Ancel F. Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Henry, 608 West Crawford street, last Fri- day evening in Dallas with the Rev. S. D. Reeves, Christian pas- tor, officiating at his residence. Miss Ruth Harrison of Dallas and Bill Harrell of Denison were attendants. Mrs. Henry was dressed in a dubonnet vevet frock with acces- sories of dubonnet and black. Her corsage was fashioned of orchids and fern. The bride graduated from Deni- son high school and Pasadena. Calif, business college. She is employed with the Atlantic Oil Company in Dalas. Mr. Henry is a graduate of Fort Worth Mil- itary Acdemy and is at present connected with the Kraft-Phenix cheese company. An informal party Friday eve- ning in Dallas complimeted the newlyweds and Saturday Mrs. Henry was honored at a luncheon given by Mrs...

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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY *. Colder today ttnd Wednesday; probable snow or sleel t THE DENISON PRESS 38* PER MONTH Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, NOV. _16, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930 -DAILY 1934 J A FAST GROWING PAPER VOL. 4—NO. U nemploy merit Denison Census Starts Tuesday Blanks To Be Given To People Each Citizen Failing to Have Steady Work Asked to Fill Out Blanks and Return to Postal Authorities Here WPA Employes Are Counted DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO lly DULC15 MURRAY ) — November 16, 1875 Edward Kane, of this city, and 9 Powers Say Japs Outlaws United State# Again Placed On Spot as Powers Expect Nation to Take Lead in Attempt to End the War Conference Is Doomed, Some Say Chinese Fleeing Nanking Citizens Fear Same Treat- ment of Their City Given At Shanghai; Leave Spot Fpr Sake Personal Safety Army Nearing Nanking Now Coldest Weather of Season Hits In Texas; Denison Under .91 In. Rain 250 RESERVATIONS AT CHAMBER EVENT IN KRA...

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

Paob two i: THE DENISON PRE&* TUESDAY, NOV, .lfl, 1037 THE DENISON PRESS BatablUhMl 1b Telephone No. loe Iuum t* ly Baoept Sunday i ni Rather, it might be somewhat of an indica- tion they silspect our gullability. It is a way with European diplomatic circles, to have their feelers and frontier' work in settling matters or discovering in- formation, to use tools which they quickly i deny belong to them, once they are appre- • LOOK ON THIS PACE FOR YOUR DAILY WANTS INTERESTING BITS ABOUT OUR FRIENDS RATES jl Dr. H. T. Walker, local dentist, Entered aa Second Clasa Matter June JJ. IMC «t the poet office at Denison. Tei*. under the hended. | cot ot March s. 1ST . j t00 many Cases are at hand where is also one of the best versed men DwJlcat d toclean M* responsive government: ^ government sending Out such men deny on pecans that is to be found in to Individual and civic Integrity; to individual and o4vit ooaiiu.-rota projrreea KUU81UPT10N RATES One Week One Month .'. Three Months (in...

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

€ * TUESDAY, NOV, .16, 1937 Tflfi DENtgoN PftfiSIb COURTS UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH liRVANT, JUDGE Complaints Filed Louise Cox McFarland and Op- al Wilkins, injury to a govern- ment witness for the purpose of influencing testimony in the case of the United States vs. Car! C. tMcFurland. Both released on bond. J. L. Echols and G. M. Schols, possession and transportation of 20 gallons of non-tax paid liquor. J. L. Echols pleaded not gui'ty, and G. M. Echols pleaded guilty, and both were held in the feder- ;sil quarters in the county jail in default of $500 bond set by Miss Catherine Wharton, United States commissioner. • The charges were filed by W. E. Guinn, agent of the federal alcohol tax unit. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suits Filed Cecil O. Bivins vs. T. H. Ramsey et al, partition. Marriage Licenses !• T. J. Williams and Audrey ]* Wilson, DenTson. Richard Powell and Dorotny Gray, Sherman. Charles A. Barnes and Mary Leta Debman, Sherman. 1 S. W. Brown and Maym...

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

rAttfr FOUR THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, NOV. -16, 1037 SOCIETY NOTES Business Women Regular Session i Tho seasonal study of "Ou.- Town's Eusineas" was further developed 'Monday evening by ma Denison Business and Professional Women's club meeting at Hotel Denison for a dinner and busi- ness period. Mrs. L. T. KreV singer presided. Twentyeight covers were laid and Miss Estelle McElvaney gave invocation. Miss Ruth Werline was introduced as a new mem-1 ber. Miss Louise Bales, chairman! of fifth Monday activities, nounced a costume . party November 29 at the Hotel. Prires will be given for the most amus- ing attire. Mrs. Kretsinger announced district meeting Dec. 5 in Sher- man when the local group will send a speaker on membership. Miss Lily Sammon wa3 program Two Burglaries Reported Here Two burglaries were reported ini Denison Monday night, but little loot was taken from both com- bined, according to city police reports. Monday afternoon officers were notified of a burglary of the Samm...

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