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

THURS. JUNE 17th, 1937 } THE DENTSON PRESS PAGB T1JJUUI COURTS I FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suits Filed I C. D. Keller vb. L. V. Keller, di- vorce. 1 C. T. Wade vs. Duska Wade divorce. Caiei DUpoted 1 Opal Baker vs. E. M. Baker, di- vorce granted and custody of minor children awarded plaintiff. I 'Helen Hallford vs. John Hall- ford, divorce granted and plain- tiff's former name, Helen Green, restored. J. H. Adams vs. Velma Ruth Adams, divorce granted. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Complaint Filed Cillin Bookout of Sherman, chaTged •with aggravated assault. Marriage License* ItJru Lawc Munson, Denison. Joe Whitfill and Lorene Craw- ford, Sherman. Automobile Registration* A. C. Lupher, Sherman, Ford truck. R. W. Mitchell, Whitesboro, Ford truck. Realty Tramfer* K. G. Winebrenner et ux to Vertal Parrigan et ux part of lot 4, block 1, J. A. Fitch addition, Sherman; $150, May 28, 1937. Home Owners Loan corporation to George D. Furlow et ux, lots 20 and 21, bl...

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

1 NOTES ■Rctifro, Dorothy Simms, Melon •Perry, Elizabeth Gore, Peggy Ma- rie Bevan, Sue Kenfro, Madelihe Delbano, James Perry, Jamct Meek. James Hogg Is DeMolay Head Janies Hogg was elected master councillor of the Denit-ou Chapter, Order of DeMolay at n meeting 'Wednesday night at the Masonic Temple. .Tack Blackburn, outgo- ing master councillor presided. Other officers elected were Kay Shone, senior councillor an t James Miller as junior councillor. The officers will be installed at s< meeting next Wednesday night, it 's announced. /inal plans were made for the attendance of the state conclave at Waco of the Texas DcMolav association. The Ideal chaptet will be represented by three dele- gates. Among the distinguished visit- ors to be present are S1. Land, secretary general of the order and Jud^e Alva Brayan, state deputy whose home is in Waco, A special section of the Wacn ^Jeiws-Tribune will be specially devoted to the state meeting, cor taining many interesting fact- and fpho...

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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Friday partly cloudy; Cooler In Portions. THE DENISON 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, F1BIDAY, JUNE 18th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. 302 EWIS FACTIONS ARE SCORNED BY SOLON WASHINGTON — An attack made by Representative J. Par- nell Thomas on John L. Lewis, and which will appear in the Con- gressional Record today, brands Lewis and his work in the bitter- est terms and warns Americans of " , Dead In Attack On Bilbao HOME RENTALS impending doom from the Reds. Mr. Parnell stated that the "Soviet union is behind Lewis in an attempt to disrupt industry, and unless something is done, one | does not have to be an alarmist to forsee that the Red Flag will, BomDS Spread Destruction Alfalfa Bill May Return To Politics City is Scene of Tragedy and Rumors Throughout Oklaho- Steel Strikers Agree To Abide By Decisions Of Federal Commission Horror Today Following Raking of C...

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

fAQK tWCJ Wti 'ax < Tol fAESJ ftRIDAY, JUNE 18th, 1937 THE DEN1SON PRESS Futithlfi'h^d tn 1930 T< i«ptiou® No. 100 Uftued Dally Except Sunday Entered a® 11 ihe iH al uXUc* >t March 8, 1879. law Matter June JS, 1986, ,ileoQ, Texai' under the act ' r'pmindjir that money for the project wilt lifive to be set feside. "Phe whole matter is business-like I more so than some ear marked fund which . I might become a political pot to boil and do nothing. Evidently the Dallas Journal sees the same way and congratulates Den- ison and Texas as recommended. Their THIS PACE FOR YOUR DAILY ft ANTS N # • DeULu&ivd to ccuu nud regpouslve government; to Individual and elrle Integrity: 10 Individual and ( editorial of Tuesday follows: civic commercial pnutfreaa. HUBfJCiUFTlON RATES One Week — *c One Month 0 Three Months (In advance) T6o MU Month* (In advance) tl.BO Oire Tear (In advance) IJ.00 UOX MUM&EHS. Care Denleon Proas will be given advertisers desiring blind address' h. OHAHC1K ...

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

MlDAY, JUNE lSth, 1937 THE DENISON PRBSS PAGE THSB1 WiirfASiSBMa e&aw^A^j COURTS SUNDAY IS FATHER'S DAY £3*?' GIVE DAD A LITTLE GIFT § p| wBr, ■■. • ■l FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Rtiobelia Kirvin vs. Garrett Kir- vin, divorce. iDorothy Manor vs. Charles 'Manor, divorce. Motion Docket Z. Gossett, bunking commission- er of Texas, vs. James F. Hen- dricks et al, suit to set aside deed. Defendants' motion for new trial. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket I Mrs. Mary O'Brien, application to probate will of George O'Brien, deceased. Complaint Filed J. W. Gross was brought to the county jail Wednesday by parity Sheriff Bart Shlpp and charged with theft, He is alleged to have stolen a gold watch valued at $10 from Si Brown on June IB. Realty Transfers W. M. Mullins et ux to Tony Ortess, lot G, block 17, Christian college addition, Sherman; $50, May 22, 1037. 1 N. iR. Sanstrom et al to Mrs. Jonnie Brock Fifter, interest in 54.22 acres of...

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

mm i- _ Km FOUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, JUNE 18th, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES tiue. They are planning to build apartments at that place. Woodlake Event Closed Thursday I Thursday marked the closing day of the Presbyterian younz people's retreat of the Paris pres- bytery, U. S. A. cbureh which has been in session at Woodlak" since Tuesday. After the morn- ing program of study was held, officers for the next year wera elected. Ralph Douglas of Denison is president; Miss Martha Speer, Honey Grove, vice president and Jane McGee of Sherman, secre- tary-treasurer. The group selected to plan for ne*t year's Vtratreat which will probably be held at Woodlake are Rev. S. L. Terry, Denison. general manager; Rev. H. C. Akers of Honey Grove, vice chair- man; Rev. C. L. Dickey of Paris, secretary. Other committee mem- bers are Rev. Winston Wilbanks, Bonham; Rev. E. Wilson Cole, Clarksville; Frank Shiels, Leonard and Dr. Wilbur Carter of Sher- man. physician. of Gary, Ind. Others present were A. P. Swee...

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

MHH MM 'M. e WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Friday partly cloudy; Cooler In Portions. THE DENISON PRESS 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER! £$5,1 Representative United Press and International Newa Service. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY JUNE 19, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. 303 Representati ves Ready for Austin Commission Meet Four Representatives from Denison and Others from .Greenville, | Bells, > Bonham and Whitewright Expected at 160 Hearing Four Denison representatives son. prepared today to leave for Aus-J The four, official representa- tin Sunday for an appearance be- tives of the highway committee fore the state highway commis-, of the Denison Chamber of Com- slon Monday in connection with the resurfacing or paving of high- way 160 between Bells and Deni- * DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY Jjune 19, 1875 Messenger Porter who came up the road Friday evening, has kindly furnished us with the fol- lowing particulars of a daring at- tempt to rob an express c...

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

WLG« TWO THE bfcNISON Ptt£S3 SATURDAY lIHWl 19 .KJO* THE DEN1SON PRESS Kuta-bll'tu'd In 1 3« Telephone No. too [MU*d Dally Except Bund y of man given him by the Father above. That we should have father's day may come somewhat belated, but never- theless it is something that should be and every father should on that day be chal- lenged to fulfill the high office to which a Pr°viding God has named him. iMiitsaiad to o!*** *±iii re poi iiv *overnnieni; Some years back when a group of to individual *na •irie integrity; to individual and decorated for a father's day service, hardy oak limbs and thorny bushes were Kntered i Uie post t March 8, Its Pernml Cla"is Matter oH.cw *l tK.ii.aun, Texa. 1879. /una IS. 1936, under the act THIS PACE FOR YOUR DAI LIT* WANTS civic commercial poovreas. "sUBaCHlPTION BATES On« Week — On® Mouth - Three Months (In advance) TBc Six Moiithi (In advance) (1.50 One Year (In advance) IS.00 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Pr-iss will be given adverUaers desiring blind...

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

jywfomTYAY JUNE 19, 1937 THE DENTSON PRBSS PAGE THAU i © • • COURTS FIFTY-NINTH DI3T. COURT I Settings Made The following criminal setting lias been released from the office of R. C. Slagle .Tr„ criminal dis- trict attorney: 1 Wednesday—Levi Zachery, two cases of chicken them and two .'of burglary; Amos Cannon, chick- en theft and burglary; Odell Cole- man, chicken theft and burglary; James Foster, two cases of chick- en theft; Raymond Pierce, bur- glary; James Forester, two cases of chicken theft; Raymond Pierce, burglary; Mary Ethel Adams, for- gery and passing; Lawrence Tuck- er, forgery and attempt to pass; Grover C. Thompson, driving while intoxicated. I Thursday— Roosevelt B&yd, burglary with intent to rupo, Klirk Johnson, burglary at a pri- vate residence; J. E. C. Skinner, driving while intoxicated; Harvey Cody, theft from person; C. B. Williams, accomplice to burglary. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suits Filed 1 Lucy J. Vaughner vs. Tommie (Miller and 'R...

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

SOCIETY NOTES THE iikMsOis PflKSS SATURDAY JtfNfi 19, 19£7, l*rfW><w-« Garden Club Ends * Successful Year The Denison Giirden club held its final meeting of the season Friday afternoon at the Woodlake cabin of Mrs. I. E. Miller, who was assisted in lavish hospitality by Mesdames Fred Miller, H. T. Hotchkins, W. A. Lee, James N. Miller and Miss Ollie Hird. Mrs. J. E. Meador presided. A most important repori by Mrs. Grover Meador, resulted in announcing that a clear profit of $96 had been made from the re- cent flower show which was « success due to cooperation ol' merchants and friends of Garden Club members. Mrs. George Mor- gan complimented Miss Genevieve Sweeney on having sold the greater number of flower show tickets. Miss Ollie Bird, chairman of hi- way planting, announced that th<- trees set out on the Denison- Sherman highway several year ago are progressing nicely ar<" will be further beautified by planting of Texas Bluebonnets af at early date. Mrs. Meador said s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 June 1937

. ♦ I; I w WEATHER DRNISON AND VICINITY Partly Cloudy Cloudy Tuesday i HE DENISON 7c PER WEtJC A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International Newa Service. DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, JUNE 21st, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. 304 ussian Fliers Set Ship Down | Near Vancouver Murky Haze Forces Ship To Landing Had Enough ,Fuel and Ener- gy Left to Continue on to Destination Oakland Cali- fornia, But Stopped Short 6,000 Miles Are Covered No Records Set but Anarctic Route is DeKr.itely Set for Future rlights from Russia VANCOUVER—Short of their intended objective in their plan- ned- 6,000 mile non-stop flight, but with enough gas, energy and ability to complete the trip, the three intrepid fliers from Moscow were forced down because of murky haze which spread its man- tle in the area of their intended landing place at Oakland and sat them down here. They lacked only 530 miles of reaching Oak- land. However, they did traverse more than 100 miles of that, bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 June 1937

SnAK wl&m** v-. B1 ' fjwO THE DENISON PRESS KetahlUhird tn 1930 Te lephone No. JO# iHutd Dally Except Sunday Br.tert*d a. tf*HioiM <'usu Matter June 13, 1936, n ihe ixjst ol£io« ai U' ulson, Tuiuu under the act • f March 8, 181#. Dedlcatvd to o'eauu and ru puu«lv government to Individual and elvlo integrity; to Individual and civic oommerclal pnogrete. HUBSCRlPTION RATES One Week — One Month ,lto Three Months (in advance) ?&c Six Montha (In advance) $L#0 One Tear (In advance) U-M int denison Httii dependence* This country is far from being in a BOX NUMBERS. Csxe Denleon Press will be given advertisers desiring blind uddre a>a. OilAHOK AQCOUNTh are acceptable Irom persons having telephone listed lis their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la pireseuted. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* after 86 data trom date of first lnaertlon. peaceful state. Trouble in many quar- ters abound in potential form and may '.ireak out in, serious fashion at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 June 1937

A kOttlJAV, J UNA >Aist, 1937 COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed i Addio Mae Mahaney vs. Clauu iMahaney, annulment of marriage fcSelwyn Homer Kirby vs. Vclma K Kirby, divorce. Cute* Dicpoicd | r. M. Covey vs. Ethel M. Cov- ey, divorce. Cause reinstated, di- vorce granted. I George D. Overby vs. Eastern Iron and Metal company, dam- ages. Dismissed for want of prose-' rution. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket Mrs. Myra Curtis, application fttfi DAMSON PRlfiSb ; V > m . • - - PAG1 to probate will of C. 'ti Curtis, deceased. Beer Docket Frank Smith, application for li- cense to retail beer north of Sher- man. I fMyiftle Huff, application for license to retail beer south of Deninon. Marriage Licenie* I Robert Glenn Soils and Janet King, Howe. ! John Gibson and Rachel Hen- ry, Denison. I Willie E. 'May and Mrs. Hattie L. Hills, Sherman. ' W. V. Ivey and Maxine Rich- ardson, Sherman. Automobile Registrations H. G. Hines, Sherman, Che...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 June 1937

i • ■ ' % .i-tma -■ >. m FOUR SOCIETY NOTES THE OilNJCSON HHiaSfc! ea F LA ^ H ill S o/r/ie lieeJk Methodists Will Have Y outh Meet Young people between the age of 12 and 1C years of Southern ■Methodist churches of Sherman and Paris districts -will have a "Christian Adventure Camp" at Woodlake opening July 5 and run- ning through July 10, it has be«n announced by Rev. Paul Cardwell, of Denison, camp director. The theme of the five days' study will be "My Father's Work and Mine." Mrs. Cardwell is to be camp mother; The Rev. G. E. Camster of Van Alstyne, business man- ager; the Rev. J. F. Blackburn of Robton, counselor and teacher; Mrs. Blackburn, dietician, nurse; and the Rev. Fred Adams of Sad- ler, vesper and recreational lead- er. The daily schedule begins with the rising bell at 6 a. m.; morn- ing meditaton-; breakfast; cabin duty and inspection. •First class period begins at 7 .• 50 a. m. with the Rev. Mr. Adams leading a lesson on "Jesus anu His iRelations With Other Peo- pl...

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

rN v WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY I Wednesday Continued high temperature in North Texas THE DENISON P Representative United Press and International News Service. 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Steel Plant To Open Regardless Of Many Threats Workers Will Return Soon Heads Claim DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY CIO Continues to Threaten Plant Unless Gates Stay Closed Until Union De- mands A*e Finally Met Arrests Made During Night Enough Gas Pipe Taken off Strikers to Fit Modern Six Room House, Declared YOUNGSTOWN— "Undoubted ly our gates will be open and the plant ready to receive workmen who w a ntadndne woh wantllnd need work" declar- ed heads of the Republic Steel company as the answer to requests and threats that the plants remain closed. The request came from the spe- cial board of arbitration and was backed by. the president. C. I. O, )utt[i[ aqj pauajoa.tqi sjaqtuout thousands of outsiders to he brought in and prevent any men entering teh plant, hinting blood shed sh...

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

'& f r I | PAGR TWO THE DENTON PRESS TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1031 THE DENISON PRESS Kstabllshrd In HSO Telephone No. 100 Issued Dally Except Sunday Er.tered u Beconrt Class Matter June IS, 1036, M the post office at !.>• ulsmn, Texa. under the act { MatcU t, 1870. Dedicated to t tu aud t> spoualve government: to individual and elvlc integrity; to Individual and clvlo oommerclal puosress. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week ..., .« •«••«••••••••••••••••■ ■.-* "im One Mouth 98o Three Months (In advance) 76o Bis Months (In advance) 11.50 One Tear (!n advance) $J 00 HOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Pre * will be given advertlatra desiring blind addresses. CUiAROE AOCOUNTs are acceptable from persons having telephone listed In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill Is preserved. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after >0 days from date of first insertion. LOSING HOUR: Copy received by 0 a. in. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denisoc Press will not be re...

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

TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS pagi rasaa LOCAL BUSINESS ROMATIC STORY 3& One of the business romances "of Denison is to be found in the story of the Julian C. Feild plant north of the city, located on the very farm owned by his father who made the discovery of the valuable building sand fifty years ago, last month. At that time the elder Peild was active in the affairs of the city, being for some time not only active in its business organiza- tions, but also a member of the city official family which had con- siderable to do with laying the foundation of Denison civic and business life. The distinguished physician, a graduate of the best schools of the nation, one day made the fine sand find. Now his son, Julian C., an en- gineer and builder, is operating a plant on the same site and is, making a business of Belling the sand and gravel and building rock to customers in this and other states. The sand is the finest to be found for building purposes. Rock and gravel are...

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

PAGE k>UK S THE MNiSON f ft£63 TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1937 U. S. Commissioner A«k* Aid In High School Dope Traffic Jennings, 28 Years Ago BUILDER Denison has no better friuml or •businessman than may be found in George 0. Morgan, for years connected with the peanut indus- try in this section and who has done more to build up in that lint than any other man in this pavl of the South. A. short time back Mr. Morgan turned his attention to the soft drink business and took over Dr Pepper Following The Air Routes 6 p. m. NBC—Rubs Morgan's WDAF WOAI WMQA KPRC WH O WFAA WLW. CBS—Ham- merstin's music hall. KSL ICRL , D KOMA KTRH WBT WWL WB At a recent meeting of B'M KMOX WHAS dealers at Dallas, Mr. Morgan was: 6:30 CBS—A1 Jolson, KTUL voted to have done the most sue- KRLD KOMA KTRH KMOX WH oessful business of any man in AS WBBM WWL. NBC Way- this part of the country. I "e King's orchestra, WKY WHO George is modest and says the' WDAF WMAQ KPR< WFAA W trick was turned through his faith CAI WS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 June 1937

TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS %'9 I f I I OTHER EDITORS' THOUGHTS ' TAX EVASION HEARINGS ! Representative Morgan Sanders' determination to fight for the sanctity of the provisons of tho community property law in Texas and other States and the ad- mission of Treasury officials that f life filing of separate returns is in no sense tax evasion raises the belief that Congress will do noth- ing to disturb a long existing and satisfactory Texas statute. As constitutionality of congressional action is in grave doubt, Congress will do well to oppose the Treas- ury recommendation. Noticeable in comments made in letters to The News on tho subject is the insistence of many supporters of the Roosevelt-Mor- genthau views that the Texas community property law has no importance except in effecting a tax saving for higher bracket in- comes. Tho number of Texans with incomes large enough to take advantage of separate rendition is very limited. S'o far as inc-ome tax i3 concerned, they hap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 June 1937

PAGE ST\ TIHfi DENI80N PKEtsS TUESDAY, JUKE 22, 1337 SOCIETY,! NOTES Theatre Magnates New Farm Science Discussed By Good Will Ambassador i'iw Deuiaou Business and Pro i eaaiviiai VV omeu'a club heard a utfcusaioa on the new iurm flui- onct, cnemuigi't by i' tank Pred- ion Johnson, goodwui auioassador trom ma jfiiri, w oim irtouuer i«i- esia, iVioiiuuy uigtu at Uiu Hottsi ocinsuu. iVii. JuiiUiion uuiucutiei. iiie ciuu on "tiiw ** eunii .tiou. Uia SoUi'ce". A®#. Lyie i. iixeu- ainger, clUu president, inuoducea tae apeaiwr in the absence 01 .vils «iuauua Wallace, cliaumau ot i ...^uhiu committee, wliu hao cud; KiaJed with the national ca in/arranging a neaith pro- Jr''-. • t— ■ /relating the ioik, a musical J^tgram waa given by Miss Xhel- j:j Urauu at the piano and Hope jjtXi, vocalist accompanied by Mis* ttrauu. Mrs. J. S- Knau. guv* invocation. Mr&. Albert Keese was in charge otf this phase. , _ A throe-course dinner was served on tables laid in orcti and white with floral motif ...

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