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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

4K ABOUT Bff S By Parkyakarkus The Misspelled Life and Unhappy Times of a Man Who Exists Only Before Those Mikes and Cameras At the right you have Parkyakarkus doing his act in the films. He also appears on the Tuesday night CBS Al Jolson program from Hollywood. ■mgm Wm wmm '-it % yy,y y-:.yyy.yy,>: ,y;y,-, was divorced. Thass the tromble with early marriages—no good That was my first mistake. Evrything was piches and crim until eight weeks later when 1 packed up my rubber pants and bottle and left home. I was three monts old at the time an I ran away on a whale ship. Blieve me 1 was homsick. And seasick, too. Mostly seasick, I guess, becaus if you are just homsick then it don mak no differenc it you eat. but if you seasick—gee whiz! etc N OTHING happened for ia years after that. Then one day 1 decide it wass time to eat again, so imagin mv ombarrassment when I stuck my hand in my pocket and didn find no money ($00.00) and no cents "Gee," 1 said to myself, an I was so tired from ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

PRO AND CONNIE - Illustrated by Henrietta McCaig Starrett Mike Knew a Lot About Golf, and He Learned Later About Love A PRO, Connie told Mike that jeweled June morning, never makes any money. "He wouldn't be teaching if he had the stuff tournament timber is made of!" she declared emphatically. Mike Hess stared at her intently, and It was only the dewy freshness of her apricot skin, the drenched pansy-beauty of her brown eyes that kept him from tying his No. 4 iron neatly around her neck, and finishing it off with a bowknot. It never failed to do this to him—Connie's fresh, blythe verbal shots t' at cleaved swiftly past his careful guard and landed raw on bruised quiv- ering sore wounds. It never failed to fill him with a mute sort of wonder that he could take so much and pay off so little. No other woman had ever troubled Mike Hess. Not even in his palmier tournament days when debutantes trouped after him, lilting their ecstatic praises, and doting dowagers trailed along in his wake...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

plenty, oh most assuredly—and defi- nitely-sufficient. It didn't help mat- that she weighed barely 110 and that a figure like hers was concealed, and a delight the you adorned it with Nature's shine. No, tbme first dark, moody weeks in May, when the sun marched higher and hotter, Mike Hess was ready to turn in his brash new assignment as golf pro at the Lakemere Country Club, and go peddle encyclopedias, or take magazine subscriptions, or even sell insurance. He'd tried those, and the penalty there- of was merely genteel starvation. A matter of one meal a day, plus coffee at 8 in the morning, of cigarettes budgeted and carefully counted each day, and clothes pressed the old seaman's mattress way. avec magazines. Connie, however, refused to let the mote in his eye darken the gleam in hers. Daily she swirled her rakish, im- ported cream-colored sports roadster up the drive and parked it under the wil- lows, two hoots and a holler from the caddy-house windows, and, leaping out, ran lit...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

There is nothing new under the tun, even to **problems" of soci- ology, finance, love and living, Wil- fred J. Funk declares as he sets out to prove his assertions in His Book "So You Think it's New?" The World is Not Coming to an End! By CAROL BIRD SO YOU think the twentieth century is "tops" in progress, do you! You have the naivete to believe that "there's noth- ing new under the sun" to show us moderns? You are due for a surprise. It's all happened before—that is, virtually everything. For example, did you know that al- most two thousand years ago "hot-dog" stands were common? . . That Nero invented the champagne cooler? . . That Rome, under the Caesars, had apartment houses twelve stories high? . . That wo- men could get permanent waves and their faces lifted in all ancient Mediter- ranean countries? . . That they had a depression in 333 A.D.? . . That the nudist fad is so old it wears whiskers, and no one can tell just when it began? . . That the banks dosed about two thousand...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

- fm ym ' '/k: W&m. m /XMB 4, S^W•ife. f; r ■; z. ?*%<' K«r m%?M mmtrnzm ;•' V'"': • ■ :#*?# lm ra \ tVHB 1- 4 ' M, i^V A Mi w K;#!n V/x\ i i s ar MX/A The three basic fashions are described in this article Sketched by Louise A HOLLYWOOD UTUMN is upon us, and all over the land fair ladies are looking at exciting new clothes and wondering how to stretch purses that are already groaning with the strain of a vacation season just past. But cheer up. You'll he surprised how far your dollars can be stretched. Just for your benefit, Milo Anderson, Warner Bros, designer, and I went shop- ping and picked <ii#t a basic wardrobe which can be bought for $100. And though it doesn't include any fox capes or sables, it gives you enough variety of clothes so that you could go anywhere a picture star goes and be well dressed for the occasion. This idea of a basic wardrobe is essen- tial Jyor women who have comparatively little money for clothes. It means: buy a few garments which can be va...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

I I mwMI 'mmi- ED REED Torpedo TV BBS c ti N V, "No, Stupid! Over Here—-That's the Port Hold!' "Ahem!" Bargain Sale, j j* till Pardon Us* Ladies, May We Go Through?" All Right, Girls—Let's Go! ffm /A t h "Thfct Kleptomania Patient Was Here While You Were Out, Doctor!" While Your Wife's Expecting the Stork I WISH You Wouldn't Carry So Many Dishes!"

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

□ J WE'VE HAD LOTS OF FUN THIS PAST WEEK OL' PAL- BUT TODAY'S THANKS GIVING AND I GUESS YOU AREN'T f VERY THANKFUL, y ■■ ' ' ■ ■ ■ HOW MANY TIMES MUST I ASK YOU TO GO AND TAKE CARE OF THAT TURKEY ? - jt* TO TELL YOU THE TRUTH DEAR, I JUST CAN'T GET UP THE COURAGE. j^-^BAH! IMAGINE BEING CHICKEN- HEARTED ABOUT A TURKEY!/- !c~r- S.i j ; \ > J I CAN'T DO IT — AND AS LONG ^ AS YOU WANT TO TALK TURKEY, BUT-YOU SHOULD SEE OH HO! I SEE ALL. ) HOW HE LOOKS AT ME. YOU FEEL THE J SUCH SORROW IN HIS SAME WAY CARROTS/ EYES-BESIDES ! MUST AND I DO. i—RUN TO THE STORE WHY DON'T YOU GIVE IT THE AXE ? ( WELL-ER-YOU) f- SEE — ER - / ]{< mm IB ' a GEE SON-IT LOOKS LIKE IT'S ALL OVER WITH OUR FRIEND MISTER TURKEY. ALL RIGHT MISTER GOBBLERS* I'LL TAKE CARE OF YOU. OKAY, BUT I TOLD YOU HOW I FEEL, SO IF YOU WANT A THANKSGIVING DINNER - YOU'LL HAVE TO TAKE CARE OF IT Hi hftiiHilfmI '/mil DON'T LOOK SO SAD - COME ON IN — DINNER IS READY. ANOTHER HELPING OF CORN f MMium V V-? wmm \ mi1 STUPE McLUPE f...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 November 1937

RIAL TO THANK TOUR STARS for the most exciting romantic hit of the season wmm mm •^s'4' / H / ** */£•*■•> 'V ,•• •* < *£ , .■ . w . ^ •• „ ■ <-"^y C " k jwa . .. . $&■:. m Franchot TONE Robert YOUNG m i§i§g~ : - ©3" f IS? +, v- Wm *-v You'll like the Nook Quick service plus b e 11 e r foods makes SUNDAY and MONDAY oan RAWFORD -IN- "THE BRIDE! WORE RED" ::: BILLIE BURKE REGINALD OWEN v ' wmwm , jj. >v£<v i i ——— . " i i SUNDAY - *1 /■>*• rS*?y and MONDAY Thev swine it, with a fiddle-a hot trumpet-their Loving Hearts- Ill If •-"?F,s--r; t * 1111 ;1 ■ ■ 1 • • • J_l_ 4 fl • £ , J .1 • • i • their crooning voices-their riving reei-and their insane antics. I w | W - ' / ^iZ'y .LICE FAYE !1 "You Can't Have Everything WITH the RITZ BROTHERS DON AMECHEE RUBINOFF AND HIS VIOLIN TONY MARTIN AND HIS MAGIC VOICE IP & m\ ' p Wm % H&k- c . -* Pleased Patrons • Breakfast S Luncheon J Dinner TeM yeut RADIO TROUBLES to ui 243 1 the Nook, a fav- orite Denison restaurnnt! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 November 1937

—* * WEATHER | OEN1SON AND VICINITY I* 8 Occasional rain or snow Monday; $ Tuesday probably snow * , iPtMW S888ssm8imsmsm ms£ Representative United Press and International News Service. THE ?'r,/SS MONTH DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, NOV. 22, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930 —DAILY 1934 k FA&l GROWING PAPEk \ VOL. 4—NO. 131 Bearcat-Leopard Game Headlines Conference Race Strikers At Rubber Co. Back On Job i«.ace Could Finish in Three-Way Tie If rackets Deteat bonham and Gainesville i ops Sherman; Bearcats Favored to Win Denison plays Bonham in Dis- championship. trict Five this week, but the game Sherman, with u clean slate in ..as ueen pusi.ed far into the back- l'la^ play so far, will have its ground by the Sherman-Gaines- hands full in the Leopards who . jiie contest at Gainesville Thurs- have been tied only by Denison, dny to decide the conference leaving them half a game behind V, ^ the Industrial City powerhouse,' j which bids fair to keep going ■ J through tHe Cook county outfit.1 | Prov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 November 1937

TWO THE DEN1SON PRES3 MONDAY, NOV. 22, 1037 M THE DKNLSON PRESS EatablUhad IB IIH Teepiutu* No IM imum D ly Bxoapi Sunday Bntond u Second class Matter Jum 13. IIS* at thr post office at Denison. Tata* under th< act of March «, 187*. Dedicated to clean and responsive government to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ano otvic uunimrreia progress !< USHUTION RATIOS One Week One Month ... Three Months Six Months One Tear (In advance) (in advance) . (In advance) . .. 10. . 35. . Ui BOX NUMBEKs Care Denison Press will be give, advertise i s osalring blind addresses. ' CHAKGI5 ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persuu- taavlug telephone listed In tbeir own name and upoi agreeing to 'emit when bin Is presented. 10 par cent will be added on unpaid private account* after SO days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUK: Copy received by • a. m. will b. published the same day. BKHORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible tor more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT OF-TuWN-ORDER...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 November 1937

i monday, nov. 22, 1937 DENTSON PRESS COURTS GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAkl'.; J. LOY, JUDGFJ Complaint* Filed Jack Johnson, theft. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Five tax suits were filed by the City of Sherman. Automobile Registration* Mrs. G. H. O'Dell, Denison, Chevrolet sedan. Mrs. Bennett Hogue, Denison, Chevrolet sedan. A. A. Nobles, Denison, Pontiac sedan. John A. Renne, Denison, Ply- mouth coupe. Harry Steele, Denison, Chev- rolet sedan. I). Bates, Denison, Chnvrolnt sedan. •Liert F. Allen, Denison, Chev- rolet sedan. Bert F. Allen, Denison, Chev- rolet sedan. L. T. McMilan, Denison, Chev- rolet sedan. Sarah M. Finley, Denison, Chev- rolet sedan. W. W. Moore, Denison, Chrys- ler coupe. H. L. Flynn, Denison, Chevrolet sedan. C. C. Johnson, Denison, Plym- outh coach. Realty Transfer* , Mm: Luln M. Holland, execu- trix of the estate of W. F. Hol- land, deceased, to M. O. Miller, nine acres in the F. Askey sur- vey, $160, Nov. 16. Stella Norton and S'. N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 November 1937

!i. >;•'■■■ THE DENISON PRE38 MONDAY, NOV. 22, 1937 Birds of a Feather-Cuckoo — —Bi ■H - M3 i \ m Ann *ot ci~ ani .fa H ir, above co sta i O .1 ^-■ Work," romin to the Rialt-v the tore Tunjdrr and Wednesday. Cnt ,c have n-med th- pair in tin fi'm tha "Daffyness Twins. SOC lh'lT NOTES birthaay l^aity ror rtfirs. i^aton . I Mrs. Anna Euton, 712 West Heron street, eeie-avted her 85t i biritkUa^ 'anniverary Sunday in hei' no me w aeii more than twen- ty guests gathered to pay homage ..nd extend gifts. Mrs. Harry Tucker, who resides with her moUer, Mrs. Eaton, and a niece Mrsv E. N. Wright, received the guests. The celebrant has resided in Denison for sixty five years. She was born in Waterbury, Conn., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson. She was married to the late Charles Eaton, to I which union two children were born, Mrs. Tucker and Will Eat- on of Atoka, Okla. Mrs. Eaton has two grandchildren, Murray Tucker of Orange, N. J. and Ger- aldine Eaton of Atoka. Among other relativ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 November 1937

xb > elk! AC < H o in • DAY tkRCE TAR takes" WEATHER DCNISON AND VICINITY Wednesday cloudy, warmer in Denison area. Representative United Press and International News Service. THE DENISON PRE 38c PER A FAST GROW I NOP APE* DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, NOV. 23, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 t! VV<VAV^t.VW.V<UV4V.,.tiViM< vol' 4—-Not 132 MOVETOBRINGBACK WAGE, HOUR BILL TO REWRITING, FAILURE WASHINGTON — An effort to The demand for a rewrite came return the hour and wage bill back following considerable difference to the committee for rewriting of opinion on the matter, there was unsuccessful Monday when being a considerable portion who that matter came up. The de- fear that the bill will not pass as claration was made that the bill written. could not be recalled for rewrit-j John L Lewis, however, is spon- ing. Justice In Murders Is Moved Fast Lacy, Brooklyn Business Man Killer, Has Trial Set For Monday; Attorney Hopes to Decrease Murders there Investigation In Winn Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 November 1937

TWO THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, NOV. 23, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS IMblUM IB t*M T*W tuM No. M* laau*4 Dolly Bsoapt Sunday every hand are saying that the incentive to business leadership and development, along with the desire to own anything is being heavily handicapped, and that un- less something is done to stay this tenden- cy, we are in for a depression that will - - . .... .make the one we have been fighting look Entered as Second Class Matter Juno J4. 1138. the post ottlcft at Deaiaou, under the like ft biiftn bag Lllinff. •ot oc Man* *. 187*. Now that assurance is being brought Dedicated to clean roaponatve ro *rnm«nt: | jn the more conciliatory attitude of Presi- to tadlTiduA' and civic intesrtty; to Individual aao dvii uuujm«-rct proirat m LOOK ON THIS PAGE FOR YOUR DAILY WANTS &UUW10PT10N RATKd Oil Week One Month ....... •••.••••••••••••••••• Three Uvnllu (In advanoo) • •• MU Month* (la advance) One Tear (In advance} a............ ■••••I J5c ...... Iw $i.n a.5i BOX NUMUKR&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 November 1937

no v. 23. 1937 THE DENTSON PRE St. PAGE THRJCi COURTS FIFTEENtr> uiai. COURT It U. OAKTEU. JUDUE Civil Docket Setting Civil setting for the next three weeks were announced Monday by It. B. Caraway, district clerk. Nov. 22: W. O. Haning vs. St. 'Louis, San Francisco and Texas Railway company; A. J. Garvin v«. Hartford Accident and Indemnity company. Nov. 27: William P. Barfield vs. Nettie Christine Barfield. (Special setting). Nov. 29: John B. Dickey vs. St. Louis, San Francisco and Tex- as Railway company; McGraw's Inc. vs. Denison Peanut company; W. C. King vs. Casualty Under- writers; Z. Gossett vs. T. >C. Ken- nedy- C. N. Woods vs. S'uperior Lloyds of America; Marie Tatum vs. Traders and General Insur- ance company. 1 Dcc. 6: R. L. Wells vs. Texas and Pacific Railway company; C. W. Vvelis vs. 'lexajj and Pacific ltaiiway company; L. L. Williams vs. The Travelers. Insurance com- pany; Ai T. Phillips et al vs. Mrs. Annie Blackburn1; John W. Clark vs. St. Louis, San Francisco ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 November 1937

VAOE IXJUH THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, NOV. 23, 1927 SOCIETY NOTES Installation Of j V.F.W. Auxiliary The Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary held inst l.ation of of- ficers Monday evening at the h..11. Mrs. Willis Evans of Sher* man, state department president, was installing officer. Mrs. Ar- thur Do .Ida of Dallas depart- ment senior vice president was in- st Uin? conductress. Shorn an color bearers were Mrs. Velda Skipwjrth, Mrs. Mar- garet Davis, Mrs. Nina Tate and Mrs. Duke Templeton. "Local officers are Mrs. R. L. Phillips, president; Gertrude Jett, senior vice president; Delia Cresson, junior vice president; Queenie Williams, chaplain; Geoi- gia Moah, conductress; Lorena Fennell, guard; Mrs. C. C. Beas- ley, historian; Genevieve Cham- pion, patriotic instructor; Emily Parrish, trustee and Mildred Ev- ans, reporter. Hither And Yon Wl'i'li 1VUJN □rSa MRS. PARROTT TALKS TO JUNIOR DELPHIANS; ,FINAL PLANS FOR DANCE France, Germany and Italy were studied Monday evening by the Junior...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 November 1937

j'-y • WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Wednesday cloudy, warmer in Denison area. 8 THE DENISON PR | SSc PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS Wednesday, NOV. 24, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 v«y t y*sa*aa«&ag' VOL. 4—NO. 133 ri * # Jackets in Final Workout for Last Game of The Year Battling for Nothing, Jackets to Take on Bon- ham Warriors 1 nursday Afternoon Here; Interest Focused on Snerman-Uainesville Denison high school Yellow Jackets took their lust workout of the season today in preparation for their 1037 curtain dropper against Bonham high here Thurs-' © Vtt DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCto MURRAY © • November 24, 1875 A subscription paper is being circulated among the railroad men of this city, for the purpose of raising funds to erect a suitable monument over the remains of George Keef, an engineer who was killed in an accident on the M-K-T. roalroad, on the 5th day of April, last. R. Polk Burha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 November 1937

v';v • ■> THE DF.N1SON PRESS IB ItM Veieption# No. 100 Ueued 0 lly BUoept Sunday Class Matter June 2X 1*30. Denison, T«ia under the Bntered as Second «t th<* poet office at act >' of March I. 187*. Dedicated t« clean a"< responsive government to Individual and olvir Integrity; to Individual ana atvk tmium^rou proirrwia JkumsKIKTION KATES Une Wfcek One Mouth ■i5t 'Bhree klonthi (In advance) *' yia Moutin (in advance) .•••••••...... . $1.^ One Year tin advance) $*••> BOX NUMHEK& Care Denison Frees will be give advertises aeairin^ blind addresses. CHAttcE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from pereou- havlna telepnuiie dated In their own name and upoi agreeing to tmit when bin 1* prevented. 10 per cem will be added on unpaid private accounta after St> daya from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUK: Copy received published the aame day. by a. m. will b< KKRORS The Denlaon Press will not be responsible for more than una Incorrect Insertion. OUT OF TuWN-OKDKKs for classifi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 November 1937

ntj. Wednesday, NOV. 24, 1987 THE DENI30N PKESti JAG& l WiUti Following The Air Routes 6:30. CBS—Oeolian Trio, KTP. II WACO KWKH KTSA KTUL KGK OKNOW. Jack Smith, KRL D. Orchestra, WFAA. i 7. NBC—One Man's Family. | WLW WDAF WOAI WMAQ W FAA WHO KPRC KVOO. CBS'--' Cavalcade, KRLD KOMA KTSA KTRII KMOX WHAS WBBM. | 7:30. CBS—Eddie Cantor, K RLD KOMA KTSA KTRII KMO X WBAiS WBBM KSL WBT WW, 'L. NBC—Wayne King's orches- tra, WHO' WDAF WHO KPRC W HO KPRC WFAA WOAI KVOO WSM. 8. CBS'—Deems Taylor, KRLD KOMA KTSA KTRH KMOX WH .AS WBBM KSL. NBC—Fred Alien, WLW WDAF WOAI WMA Q KPRC WHO WFAA KVOO W SM KOtA. 8:30. CBS—Drama, KRLD K NOW WBT WHAS KTRH KTSA KOMA KWKH. [ 9. NBC—Hit Parade, WDAF! WOAI WMAQ KPRC WHO Wj FA A KVOO WSM WLW. CBS- Gang Busters, KRLD KOMA KT SA KTRH KMOX WHAS WBBM' KSL KWKH. I 9:30. CBS—Hobby Lobby, K RLD KOMA KTSA KTRH KMO X WHAS WBBM KSL. 10. NBC—Amos 'n Andy, WD AF WOAI WMAQ KVOO WFAA KPRC WSM KOA. CBS—Poetic Melodies, KRLD KOMA KTSA K TRH KMOX WHAS WBBM KS L. HOW WELL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 November 1937

f£ Yr." '' ' $W' [.'W • ■ '"-Wi . ';!? ■ ," ■ •' ' ■ . ■' s ' , ■'{. vry;". ■ MjiVirf THE DENISON PRESS Wednesday, NOV. 24, 1&31 S(JClli'l' i' NOTES i Senior Delphian Annual Luncheon Dr. Manford Gutzke of Austin College, Sherman, was guest speaker at the annual Thanksgiv- ing luncheon of the Senior Alpha Delphian club Tuesday at Hotel Denison. His talk was on "Our P n-American Neighbors." Dr. Gutzke was introduced by the president, Mrs. A. W. Patterson. The table was centered with one large candle that came from fiuitamala and several smaller tapers in various colors repre- senting the Central American states. Bittersweet intermingled with red berries added a colorful note. As is the Pan-American custom, the candle were lighted when Fev. S. L. Terry gave invocation. When Dr. Gutzke ended his talk, Mrs. Lews Loy presented a num- ber of songs, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. S. V. Earnest. | Eicrhty guests attended the luncheon, including many from out-of-town. Committee^ in char...

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