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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 November 1937

o Q i o o > WEATHER 4 DENISON AND VICINITY :• *• Thursday fair, somewhat j(J a warmer, *• THE : . •! :• 35c PER MONTH A PAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS Wednesday, NOV. 17, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 fl.V.V.VV.V.\V.V.V.%t VV4*Mfc«! $ VOL. 4-NO. 127 City Jug Filled To Overflowing As Transients Take Southward In Attempt To Land In Warmer Clime One of the largest assortments of vagrants picked up by police in history cluttered the city jail this morning and once more brought to mind, winter has ar- rived . Fingerprint Expert-, and Desk Sergeant Jimmy Price said tho department had picked up twenty- four transients Tuesday after- noon and night. While .the ma- jority of them have been finger- printed, at least three have def- initely been identified as board- er# at the hoosegow during tbe past few years. Price said transients, bums to the cops, are like wild geese— they go south during the winter and because Deniso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 November 1937

I I I THE DEN1SON PRESS ■aUDUihtd li 1*10 T*l«ph«u No. lo# laau*4 Dally Bxoapt Sunday Entered u Seooud Clan Matter June 21. H36 at the post office at Deirinon. Te a under tht act of March I, 187*. Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ano otvic oomoivreiai provreaa MU BMJU*>TXON RATES One Week 101 Oue Month . "l Three Months (In advance) *Ui HI* Months (In advance) 11-7 One Tear (In advance) I*.5> BOX NUMUlSRft. Care Denison Preaa will be glvei bdvertlaure desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persou- havlng telephone Hated In tbeir own name and upoi agreeing to remit when bill I* presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounta after 3b day* from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy reoelved by a. m. will bi published the aame day. URRORS The Denlaon Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OF-TOWN-ORDERS for classified ada arc strictly payable...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 November 1937

Wednesday, NOV. 17, 1937 THE DBNISON PRES& PAGE THIUb COURTS FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT P. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suits Filed Five tux suits were filed by the City of Sherman. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER. JUDGE New Suiti Filed T. II. Anderson vs. E. M. An- derson, divorce Mollie Ballard et al vs. N. J. Slaughter, administrator, debt. Juanita Williams vs. Richard Charles Williams, Jr., divorce. Divorces Granted Laura Lee Haas vs. Eugene Huss, divorce granted and cus- tody of minor child awarded to plaintiff. Billie Faye Adkins vs. It. H. Adkins, divorce granted defendant on his cross petition. Cases Disposed Neva Laws vs. Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen mnd Engine- 'men, suit on policy for $1,1300; compromise judgment for $'J00 and costs. Mollie Ballard et al vs. N. J. Slaughter, administrator of the estate of A. J. Blocker, deceased, debt. Intervenor to receive $160, and plaintiffs to recover balance of a $010.25 estate. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 November 1937

ft \ SOCIETY NOTES Wednesday, NOV. 17, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS lanuary Floods Reveal Strength of Red Cross *>(HI©TO of "' Aid Given 1,062,000 Persons Through Set-Up By Agency vMBESSg Garden Club in November Meet tor of attention at the November meeting of the Denison Garden club Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. G. A. Sommers, 1001 West Gandy street. The hostess was assisted in receiving by Mesdames N. Sayre, F. P. Mooney, J. E. Johnson, J. J. Gal- lagher, F. B. Williford, F. F, Fowler, Guy Vinnedge, A. M. Morris, George Williams, F. E. Lambert, C. W. Ganter, Tom Grace and C. R. Gingles. The S'ommers home was a veri- table garden of marigolds, dahl- ias, roses and chrysanthemums culled from the lawns of mem* .fcers. The lovely roses are a ■st.mple of what the club is doing to make Denison known as Ine "City of Roses." Mrs. J. E. Meador presided at the business hour when letter* were read from the Masons and Booster club in appreciation i>f receiving floral bouquets fox- var...

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

WEATHER OENISON AND VICINITY Thursday fair, rain or snow, much colder I THE t)ENI 1 36c PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER * Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 12tf 0 Wet Norther And Probable Snow In Texas is Forecast DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCK MURRAY • • November 18, 1875 On the night of the 10th, a young man named Wm. Farmer, in the employ of William and Colder In Denison Is Predicted Contract For Radio Awarded City Commission Okays Set And Orders Construction Begin at Once; Hope To Speed up Efficiency Here Instructions From Station Noted (Radio Man is Given Contract for two-Way Set Needed in Denitfon Badly To Be Seen December 1 In Parade i m Legislative Men Merely Talk, But Bankhead is Ired Everyday DENISON Clay Mann, at their stock ranch in Temperature _ in Parts Of the vicinity of Camp Colorado,! got into a dispute with William Mann, which finally culminated in1 Farmer...

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

PAOfi TWO THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, NOV, 18, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS i ' than an hour behind what they could havei BateDIUbMi la lit* Telephone No. 10* luu«4 Daily Bxoapt Sunday Entered an Second Cla«a Mutter June i!3, IM'i. at tbe post office at Denlnon. Tei« undtir the act ot March •, 187t. Dedicated to clean and responsive government to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual an.i olvv commercial ftrorreee HUUSKIPI'ION RATES One Week 1®3 One Month 35: *Shreo Months (In advance) .. Mo Bis Month* <10 advance) tl.1 > One Tear (in advance) <*.5> BOX NUMllBHs Care petilson Pro** will be give-, tdveruatia desiring blind addresne*. CHAJtGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from perauu- havlng telephone Hated In tbeir own name and upot. agreeing to 'emit whon bill la presented. 10 per ceoi will be added ou unpaid private account* after *(■ daya from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOURS Copy received by 9 a. m. will b published the same day. KiKRORS Tbe Denison Press will not b...

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

THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1 37 THE DENTSON PRES4> PAGE THKe* COURTS FIFTV-NINTH DI3T. COURT P. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Gladys Loughmiller et al vs. Wendell et al, to try title. I Four tax suits were filed by the City of Sherman. murder, wife dosertion, theft by' bailee, rape under 18, theft over $50, burglary, driving while in- toxicated, and nighttime burglary, cne each; child desertion, two; car thei't, three; robbering with firearms, three; and cattle theft, two. ^stamped liquor, bond forfeited and wrarant issued. Charlie Steele, theft by bailee, fined $200 and costs on plea of jfuilty in open court. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Murblc Brown vs. Curtis Brown, divorce. i Elliott C. Coleman et ux r8- St- Louis and Southwestern Railway* Texas, damages. Case* Disposed iRochell Jordan, murder, ac- uitted by jury. Grand Jury Indictment* Eighteen true bills were re- turned by the grand jury Tues- day. They included assault to GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE ...

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

f AGS FOUR NOTES "HOBBY" SOLVES WORLD'S FAIR PROBLEM J A Saga Of The Oil Industry - .1 Comments Ot A Movie Fan v BRIDE-ELECT OF HENRY (FLUSCHE TO BE HONORED WITH WEEKEND PARTIES Mias Sophia Coerver of Dulli who wiil become the bride ol Henry Flusche, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Flusche of Denison sometime in December was hon- ored with a dinner party Wednes- day evening in the home of Mrs. Nathnn Wohfeld. A mound of gold chrysanthe- Cuit_Joe E Bl own> He|en j mums centered the table which. pau, Ke„y „.„iwe„ Hobbe., 1 was also decorated with orchid H>i-ry Davenport> R^llei| Hick,, tapers burning in crystal holders. John Qu.|e„( Frank Rejcher, Q Fit For A King"—Produced by David L. Leow for RKO. Direct- ed by Edward Sedgwick. Screen play by Richard Flourney. Donald Briggt, Robert Warwick, Charles Trowbridge. Among other prenuptial parties planned for Miss Coerver are buf- fet supper tonight given by Miss Mary Frances Love; Saturday „Fjt For Kingr>. might sigrnify luncheon wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 November 1937

# WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Clear But Cooler today and Saturday THE "DENISON PRESS , -ixamt m I Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOV. 19th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 A FAST GROWING PAPER tl .%%\\v/.vAy.vvAVAVi!aam8a' VOL? 4—NO. 129 0 Police Dragnet Set For Three Prison Breakers *'% Escape In Fusillade Of Bullets Another Prison Break Chalk- ed up For Texas as Trio Escape After Stealing Car Started Towards Houston Were Members Of Work Gang Bloodhounds Are Placed oi. Desperadoes' Trail But to Little Avail Today, Shown WILLIAMS-WHITTLE ESTABLISH OFFICES Geary Is Taken In New York Few Hours After Two Pals are Taken Rooming House Third U Caught by Pack- ing House Man Thursday DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCfc MURRAY Heads of Williams and Whittle, Dallas contractors, arrived in Den- ison today to begin supervision of the alley paving and storm sewer project of the city and Federal government. They said construc- tion would b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 November 1937

FRIDAY, NOV. 19th, 1987 THE DENISON PRESS Batat>Uati*4 1b 1M# Tvlephon* No. loo Iiiuad Daily Bxo*pt BuncUy Entered u Beeonrt Clasa Matter Juu« S3. 1136. at the poet office at UettUon. Texae under the act of March •, lit*. Dedicated to clean and reeponelve government: to individual and civic integrity; to Individual and olvu •ooiroereta; proyreaa MUBSK1PTION RATES One Week 1®C One Month Three Month* (In advanoe) «c Sli Montha (in advance) 11.75 One Tear (In advance) !*. « BOX NUMBER*)- Care Denlaon Preaa will be given advertisers desiring blind' addreaeea. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from perauu? ha vine telephone Hated In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill 1* presented. 10 per cent will bo added on unpaid prtvate account* after 80 daya from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUK: Copy received by • a. m. will b« published the aarne day. ERRORS The Denlaon Preas will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect insertion. OUT-OP-TOWN-ORDERS for ciaasifled ada ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 November 1937

FRIDAY, NOV. 19th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE TBRfct ■ ;U COURTS PHONE 93 422 MAIN Six Months Factory Guarantee on finest quality radio tubes. All service work guaran- teed. DENISON RADIO SERVICE ■i: jolts SECRET;: ■' ' ;-y ■ .. ■ ■" ■. I HAVE THEM CLEANED BY THE NEWV, DRI-SHEEN PROCESS - IT CLEANS AND REFRESHES. YET COSTS HO MOP.E THAN £\0R0IHARY WAYS. Lt TELL SECRET ALL TitOS CLOTHES U UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRYANT, JUDGE Bankruptcy Docket L. S. Smith, trading as the Battery Service company of Sherman, has filed nn affidavit in banruptey, listing debts of $8,108.53, assets of $5,243 and claiming exemptions of $925. proprlating $45 of house paint from his employer George Mor- gan. ; Marriage License* Otis White and Marie Brixey, Wewofca, Okla. William Dalayalik and Mae Wiyorek, Dorchester. ccpt Edward Kennedy, the place and date of whoae death is un- known to plaintiff. That said Edward Kennedy re- sided and had his established home in Grayson County, Texas in the year 1903,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 19 November 1937

1.] rAOS FOUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, NOV. 19th, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES District Meet Royal Neighbors i !iursday ha Oiin< their twin tnughters, MaeLa and Camilla, on the girls' thirteenth birthday. # _ ,, , _ The reception i-oonis were elab- Mrs. Emma Prather of Green- ^ adorncd with chry8a„the- viile wa elected pres.dent at the , and white. G B, dutrict convention of Royal McKinney gave u series of daaces after which games resulted in Pauline Fitch as victor. A re- freshment course of cake, ice cream and punch was served. The girls were tendered attractive} ing program will be given and dish luncheon was served at noo<i. a box will be filled and taken to i some poor and deserving family. 'OKAHOMA OFFICIALS ATTEND MEETING Of HEART AND HAND LODGE Mrs Lona Skinner, state direc- tor and Mrs. Ora Treador, Okla- homa state organizer, were spe- cial guests of Heart and Hand iThe Ambrose Home Demon- stration club' is making arrangc- | ments for achievement day Nov. . 29 at the home of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Increasing temperatures Sunday, g probable showers § I HF DENISON Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, Nov. 20, 19^7 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 3&« PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER $ tl v.v.vvvv.v.%v^w.v-.v-«w v*s« VOL. 4—NO. 130 Norther Hits City; Mercury Drops to 17 'For one of the few times in the history of the state, the unex- pected happened—weather tem- peratures dropped here today, just as Federal Bureau predictions said they would. Early today the mercury fell to its lowest point of the season when 17 degrees were registered in the northwest section of thej city, from a high of 32 'degrees Pastor Charged With Murder Takes Stand i Defendant, Alleged Slayer Of Woman Friend, De- nounces His Confession j PITTSFJELD—Rev. C. F. New-j tot', charged With the hammer slaying of Mrs. Macbclle Kelly, church worker and alleged para- mour of the former pastor, will! take the stand today in his own behalf. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

fAUtt TWO THE DEN1S0N PRESS 1 i " SATURDAY, Nov. 20, 1937 ■jv* THE Dt'JSlSON PRESS KaiaDitatied la ttlO Telephone No. 100 laeued Da ly Bxoapt Sunday Eutared as Second Class Matter June 23. 1*3' at the pout offii'e at Denison, Texas under the act of March «, Hit. Dedicated to clean and reaponatve government to individual and elvtc Integrity: to Individual ano 0tvi< ouainx-reia proirrt-u bUluJIUPTlON RATES One Wtek One Mouth ... Three Mouths Six Months One Year 10c 35c (In advance) (in advance) fl.75 (In advance) |S.5i> BOX NUMBERS. Care Deniaon Press will be glveo bdvertlsei a desiring blind addressee. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable front perauu* bavin® telephone listed In their own name and upoi. agreeing to 'emit when bill l« presented. 10 per ceni will be added on unpaid private account# after 30 daya from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by • a. m will b<- published the aairie day. EKRORS The Deniaon Press will not be responsible for more than one Inc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

SATURDAY, Nov. 20, 1937 COURTS THE DENUSON PRESi> PAGE TffRRi GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket Mrs. Lily Funt has offered the v/ill of Euclid T. Fant, deceased for probate. Hettie Lee Wilson has applied for the guardianship of France* Jeanette Wilson, et ill, minors. Warran Ii*ued Cal Goggin, liquor violation, bond forfeited and warrant is- sued. Lee Marriage Licenses Alvin Evans and Dora Burgner, Sherman. Hubert Franklin and Gynethi Bow, Sherman. I I kl I ' Automobile Registrations J. P. Norman, Dorchester, Chevrolet coupe. % T. W. Ayres, Whitewrlght, Chevrolet coupe. Realty Transfers iC. H. Hughls et ux to Mrs.1 McKinney urvey, $175, May 28, plat of Van Alstyne, in the James | 1936. Thomas P. Holt et a to Birge in subdivision 4, original town Beulnh A. Heron, 80 by 117 feet Holt, 137 acres in the Friar Mc- Nelly survey, 3,288, Oct. 13, 1937. Grayson Fed.eral Savings and Loan association to T. D. Green, lots It 2, 3 and 4, block D. Green- mount second addit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

—• •• SATURDAY, Nov. 20, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Between Two Flamer (^SNAPSHOT GUIL Plan Those Christmas Cards Now Presbyterians Annual Dinner S. V. Earnest was elected pres- ident of the Men's Bible Clasa of First Presbyterian church Fri- day evening at the annual banquet ir. the church parlors. A. P. Wood, retiring president, was in his executive position. Other officers are M. T. Bron- stad, vice president; W. B. Craw ford, secretary and T. C. Smith, t treasurer. Ut was announced, that George Meacham will teach | the lesson Sunday morning. A Mexican dinner was served by the woman's council. 1 Rev. C. L. Dickey, pastor f the Presbyterian church in Par- is, was guest speaker. A quar- tet gave a program after which Fred Bulloch and "Chester Oaks" gave a novelty interlude. Comments Ot A Movie Fan Hijh Wide and Handsome"—Di- rected by Rouben Mamoulian and produced by Arthur Hornbluw Jr. Taken from a book by Oacar Hamnterstein II. The cait—Irene Dunne, Randolph Scott, Dorothy Lamour, Raymon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

WEEKLY SECTION mmtt Copyright 1937 by Independent Publishers, New York City WEEK—NOVEMBER 21, 1937 - I ——— The great citv of uncoR.capitol OP THE UNIGOR NATION, HOME OF ITS EMPEROR RAN GU, IS THROWN INTO A f TATE OP EXCITEMENT & BV THE ARRIVAL Of THRILLING NEWf • A BY L oilIHKpouce ■ Pdi/Z HJ EPSON "The emperor's thoughts are op great happiness for your safety • he is (ending ships "t© Pick you up." IRanou rushes to his p«iyate thougmt transmitter WHICH iNSUflf £BCH V.Ci of MUNlCATION due to it* clements i i < r £ i fTdhM Vi H| "my emperor f t/ • ARO AHO THE .t REMAIN $ OF HIS \\ I PftRTY HAVE BEEN found//" # /«. WELL ,TARO. IT loo# ALTHOUGH OUR PERIOD OF EKijje IS OYER. ■AND NOW WE'll NOT REST Till WE'VE FIXED OUR. FRIEND MEPHISTO. • 11 when we return to uncoq wfi'll be able to raise a great army an p attack the " mephisians. we shall have to move with great secrtcy eo0. they are very powerful and on1y too anxious to turn THE TABiES ON US." AFIEET OF <UPER-ROCKETS JET OUT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

A' V; Copy? WE-ELL. \ ALWAYS LIKED YOUj JONES - ILL SE:LL IT JANE ARDEN n*t U S Paleni OHif. by Monlc ItarrHI an«l IttissHR K. 8loss I'LL GIVE YOU $1000°-° YOU STH^KE TIMES C™0" RAr"-' IN STAMFOr^D- ANfOIL COMPANY' DULLING A \^/ELL—AND A. JOLIES B16GE HOLDS OPTIONS ON EVEeY FAteM IN THE COUNTY- \T ONLY COST YOU r I CAN'T UNDERSTAND / JUST YOU WAIT- a-i'M Stmwe ON ( iiL SELL .YOU A AN OIL FIELD AMD ) LEASE - SOON OFFERING BIG MONEY J AS I TEND TO A FOE LEASES- BUT" , ) LITTLE MATTE!?.' CAN'T CLOSE A DEAL y :<Si ^ A] m Pf OIL MEN USUALLY BUY THEIR LEASES BEFORE THE< START DRILLING-HES GOING. AT IT BACKWARDS-/ HM-I WONDEf tKJOvfB WHY. DON'T YOU SEE ALLIES BIGGE HE WAS OPTIONS ON ALL "THESE. WHO IS HE? WHERE CAN I FIND HIM"? IF THIS IS. ON .THE LEVEL, HELL MAKE A DEAL WITH BIGGE - IF NOT IT'S THE FARMERS' MONEY THEY'RE AFTEte.^/ & ADVANCE ME $3000°-° K GET YOUR OPTION ^ HE% .STILL^ AND I'LL-SIGN YOUR LEASE-J BACK FIRST-THEN DEALING I NIEEDTHAT TO GET MY OPTION BACK"/ / I'LL GI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

VUCATION OMF -OTHER!" Cornelia stopped short at the dpor of her room, stvjnned by its transforma- tion. With a shout of joy she dropped her toilet case on the floor and threw her slim body across the bed. Helen, her mother, gasped and then laughed. "Why, you terrible child. It took me weeks to quilt that spread, and just look at you. Do you like the cur- tains?" . "Oh, yes, yes. And the cute cushions. Cornelia picked up one of the tiny puffs from the bed and' smelled it. Um. Now won't 1 have something to show Mell Ashby when she comes. I nearly died of envy when I paw her room. Their house is colossal." "Mell Ashby," repeated Helen, puz- zled. "Oh, yes. You wrote about her. But there are so many girls. I lose track. Is she coming?" 'Tomorrow morning, darling, its all right, isn't it? You'll love her. She s staying till we go back to school. The next day, with Mell's arrival, the house began to move. And Lance on Saturday created a stir. Like his sister, he was full of his world, onl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

MAOICIAN* OF THE (TAATOSPHEM By C. S. van DRESSER lF YOU sat at your radio and sud- denly heard a short-wave broadcast that a terrific storm was on its way down from Alaska due to arrive within two days, and if you knew that the sender of that message was a tiny transmitter swinging miles up in the stratosphere ' e- low a gas-filled balloon, you might think you had a rush of imagination. But such miracles can happen, in fact are happening right now, because of an amazing device just created by the sci- entists of the United States Weather Bureau. This latest piece of wizardry consists of sending radio transmitters as high as twenty miles into the stratosphere with no human beings to operate them, yet they accurately and constantly signal the wind velocity, temperature, atmospheric pressure and humidity; predict and local- ize cold waves and storms and important other information that affects virtually every man, woman and child in North America. dollars in profit or loss depend upon...

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