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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 November 1937

T. 0 WEATHER DEN'SON AND VICINITY Wednesday cloudy, warmer in Denison area. $ % v«.yJ>vv! •. Representative United Press and International News Service. THE DENISON Me PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1937 9 mi mil 1 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1980—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 134 I China Place Harrison r Destitution And Ravage Is Chosen CC Speaker 1620-1937 i Mobs of Hungry 'Chinese Manager of East Texas Roam Streets in Search of Chamber of Qammerte j . cud, Shelter and Clothes! C.iO-en C.iiet Speaker for as Aftermath of Warfare Kraft Dinner Nov. 30th R" ce Shops Are Stormed ivraft Head To Make Address Out of Town Entertainers to be on frogram; Tickest Already Placed on Sale F-->~ Mob Violence May Reign in Shanghai as Riots B?eak Out Anew Today SHANGHAI—Mobs of hungry Chinese roam the city by day and night, their homes (rone and with no pirti"ular place to stay. They are the pitiful results of war and famine and fire. Hungry and cold, the roaming remnants of fami...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 November 1937

*AO« TWO THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1937 THl | | J| LH JNLSON PKESS i c'ose ^e'r P'aces of business and by this itiUM la ItM Teepn n« Me 10* I—ii>« Daly Bmoept Sunday igrt— Kiitarts) aa ■oeond CUlm Matter June 23. 1M' tt tlx- po t offl'* at L>e l on. Tmi under tb> act f U*reb I. IS7S Dr<llrat> <J *o clean and reeponelve govornroon' to U 4i*i<lua' sad elvli Integrity; to Individual an d«l, «.UiiD>-rtia pr>iirr «* NHHtfHlKriU.N HATEa .•••tit**.***'**.'*"*'*****'"*'1 ^ (In auvauce* (m adtaant I> (tu Utkaco I* Om Wttk .... Uurn Muulb .. "vliror mualk* HU Moutlie One Iru BOX NUMUittte Car. Deoleon Press will be giv kdveruav.a aeairm,. blind addresses. CHAAUE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from per*, havli.g telepnune isted in then own nam. «n<i u|. -igivtUiU to -emit wben bill I* presented. 10 par can wii b addeil on unpaid private account* after I' days (run. date of flrai insertion. CLOH1NU HOUR: Copy received by t a. m. will i pubiiabt-u tile aainr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 November 1937

THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1937 THE DENIS ON PRESi. PACK THRJti k**a Following The Air Routes m—= • 6 p. m. CBS—Herbert Foote's Ensemble, KRLD WACO kgko. Sports, WFAA. x 6:30. CBS—Wo, the People, R ULD KOMA KTSA KTRH KMOX WHAS WBBM. TQN—College Nitrhtu, WOAI WFAA KPRC. , 7. NBC—Rudy Vallee, KPRC WDAP WOAI WMAQ WFAA WH O WLW KOA WSM. CBS—Kato Smith, KRLD KOMA KTSA KT RH WHAS WBBM KMOX KSL WBT WWL. 8. NBC—Good News, WLW W DAF WOAI WMAQ KPRC WHO WFAA KOA WSM KVOO. CBS- Major Bowes, KRLD KOMA KTS A KTRH KMOX WHAS WBBM KSL KWKH KNOW. 9. NBC—Bing Crosby, WLW WDAF WOAI WMAQ KPRC Wil O WFAA WSM KOA KVOO. CB S—Buddv Clark Entrains, WA CO KGKO KTSA KTRH WB15 KNOW KWKH WWL. Tonic Tunes, KRLD. 9:30. CBS<—Essays in Music, KRLD KOMA KTSA KTRH KMO X KGKO WHAS. 10. NBC—Amos 'n Andy, WD AF WOAI WMAQ KVOO WFAA1 WSM KOA KPRC. CBS—Poetic Melodies, KRLD KOMA KTSA K TRH KMOX WHAS WBBM KSL WWL. I . 10:30. CBS—George Olsen's or-1 chestra, WACO KGKO KTRH K TSA KWKH KNOW KRLD WBT, KTUL. Orchestra, WFAA. I 11. NBC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 November 1937

PAQ« POUft THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Double Wedding To Unite Couples The December social calendar wi.l be enhanced with a double wed.ing ceremony uniting M:ss Thelma Weininger and Earl Vick c f Deni on and Miss Alma Wein- n?er of Sherman who will be- come the bride of Charles Lano f Da las, formerly of this city, h •- marriage will take place De- cern' er 5 in the home of the bribes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. .T. L. Weininger of Denison. Both couples were reared in Claude Tignor as matron of hon- jf and Jolin Kil&ch was best man. xui's. uenstey was dressed in an Eleanor Blue Irock with rhine- otone c.ips. Her accessories were ui black and a shou.der corsage .las iashioned of snapdragons, roies and sweet elysium. Mrs. Tignor wore grey and had on a similar corsage. Following the wedding the bri- dal couple entei tained for a few friends in their home, 716 West Morgan. The bride graduated from St. Xavier's academy in 1931. Mr. Hensley v.as also reared in ,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 November 1937

I • m vr r> WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy and Probably Colder tonight and Saturday in ■HE DENISON PR ...u-v zazx^xtmisacmm, Ik PES MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER i Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, NOV.26th, ^p3jT, WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 .v.v.\yv.vv^;%e^t^t&2ssiaasmn VOL. 4—NO. 135 t Jfff- Bearcats^Awarded District Gonfalon # W t J 6 Sherman and Gainesville Tie 6 to 6, But Cats Given Margin of District Win by Half Game; Denison Winds up in Third Place Sherman high will meet High- trict titles Thanksgiving Day. land Park high school in bi-district j Sherman gained the right to play at Sherman December 3, m<Set the Scotties by holding a coaches announced today after Gainesville powerhouse to a 6 to both schools sewed up their dis- 6 tie. The half game won leaves them that amount ahead of the Leopards who played the Bear- cats off their feet. Sherman went out in front in the second period when a Cat re- covered Gile's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 November 1937

TWO THE DENiSGN PRESS THE DEN1S0N PRESS FRIDAY, NOV.26th, 1987 ibilrhed la 1IW Teiepboue No. 104 laaued Dftlly Bxoept Sunday K> Entered as Second Clana Mutter Junn 23, IMS. at the post office at Deftlson. Texas uudur the act mt March I. 1871. Dedicated t« clean and responsive government to tndlvtdua> and olvlr Integrity; to Individual ana at vi, •itiimi-reu pro* r«« ctUiiUKriGM KATKS One Wtek l^c One Moatb "Phrer Months (In advance) ................ (Uc KL Montus (in advance) One Year tin advance) U.5u BOX NUMBEKk Care Deulson Press will be given advertises desiring blind addresses. v CHARUE ACCOUNTS are acceptable (rum pern ou- tlaying telephone .lsted In their own name and upoi. \greeliig to -emit when bin 1* presented. 10 per cent will t>< added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING IJOUlt: Copy received published tbe same day. by • a. m. will b« BRROKS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for mure than one Incorrect Inser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 November 1937

.FRIDAY, NOV.26th, 1987 THE DBNI80N PRESi. PACE THRBa Following The Air Routes Carlisle, KRLD KOMA KTSA KT RH KMOX WHAS WBBM WWL. 9:30 NBC—Jimmy Fidler WL W WMAQ KVOO KOA WDAF. George Jessel, WFAA. 6 p. m. CBS—Book Shelf, KR LD KWKH WACO KNOW KGKO Sports, WFAA. 6:30 Football Review, KRLD. Senoru Dominguez, WFAA. 7 CBS—Music Hall, KRLD K SL WHAS WBBM KMOX WWL. 10:30 CBS—Happy Felton's NBC—Lucille Manners, WDAF K orchestra, KRLD WBT KGKO K PRC WMAQ WOAI WHO WFAA. NOW KTSA KWKH. Players, 7:30 CBS—Alice Faye, KR WBAP. LD KOMA KTSA KTRH KMOX 10 CBS—Poetic Melodies, KR LD KOMA KTSA KTRH KMOX 1 WHAS WBBM. NBC—Amos 'n Andy, WFAA WDAF WOAI WM AQ KPRC WSM KVOO KOA. c HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE I^OIM H£A t yyEaTgOUTII * By Put Perry two nations? 6.—What is the average w:ig< WHAS WBBM KSL WWL. 11 GBS—Guy Lombardo's or- CBS—{Hollywood Hotel, K che8tra' KGK0 W?T WACO KTU dty? 1.—What was the result Wed- nesday of a 00 minute confer- ence with President .Roosevelt by several representatives of ut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 November 1937

THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, NOV.26thj SOCIETY NOTES Coerver-Flusche Marriage Rites Miss Sophia A. Coerver, daugh- ter of Mrs. M. Coerver of Dailies and Henry Aj. Flusche, Dalkis, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Flusche of Denison, were married Thursdi at 10 ia m. at St. Joseph'h church with Rev. J. Michel officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Val Coerver, wore an ivory aatin gown made on prin- cess lines with long fitted sleeves and a full short train. Her finger- tip length veil of bridal illusion wag caught to .a halo of ivory velvet. Her white prayevbjoij was adorned with a shower of gar- denias and lilies of the valley. Mrs. L. J. Fuechtmann, matron of honor, wore a dahlia velvet gown with matching halo. Her flowers were gold chrysanthe- mums. Marcus Flusche of Denison, brother of the groom, was best man. Ushers were Frank Hein- en, Norvel Dickey, Joe Semmes and John Coerver. • Wedding music was provided by Miss Frances Nosch, vocalist nnd Miss Catherine Meyer, organ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 November 1937

WEATHER S DENISON AND VICINITY g Colder Tonight and ^ Sunday, Partly Cloudy jr •* Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON PRESS -MOfMtfiMlM 3k PER MONTH *1 A FAST GROWING PAPER #2 DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, Nov. 27, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 136 * Wet Norther May Strike jProject Of Denison Saturday Nighty Alley Work Starts Here \ Sweeping Down Out Of Canada Follows Highest Reading in Two Weeks Friday after- noon; Warmer Weather is Forecast for Sunday Here Covers All Of The Southwest FARMERS TOO LOW I PAID, POINTED OUT Farmers $hould Receive Almost Double For Their Products to Make Things Balance, Washington Officials Claim Huge Ditch Digging Mach- ine Is Moved int|o Place Friday and Main Street Alley Is Torn Up Today City Engineer Is Directing Saturday Construction Company Be lieves, Barring Bad Wea- Farmers| make things balance aa compared ther, Work done 100 Days Japs Take Over Reins of China In Shanghai; Hongkong Is Object k>- &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 November 1937

that is being more and more aroused to | the possibility that they are giving too j much power into one man's head. Thi J week announcement is made that Congres will be asked to take away the power o! the president to himself declare withoir the sanction of the Congress, that a state of war exists in any country. This week Dean Carl W. Ackerman Dedicated to clean and re ponrtve government: | 0f Columbia university, declared that to tadwtduai and elvtc Integrity; to Individual and ; new8paper was a public institution and olTI« «uoia)«reu progre« ■ — — Bnterod aa Second Clasa Matter June 23, 1 3«. at the post office at Denlaou. Texan under the act of March I. 187*. INTERESTING BITS ABOUT OUR FRIENDS BUU8KUT10N RATES On* Week One Month .. Three Months. Blx Month* One Year CHABQE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from pereuu-s having telephone Hated In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cant will be added on unpaid private account* after 30 day* from date of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 November 1937

"aw )AY, Nov. 27, 1937 < / i ■ . '.liJMWBJ THE DENTSON PRE St. PAGE THttfct COURTS FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGE Divorces Granted Edna Mae Wilsford vs. Ben Wiluford, divorce granted with restoration of maiden name, Edna Mae Britton. Mrs. h GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Complaint* Filed Fred Dorty, negro, threatening bodily injury. Dorty was Charged, with threatening to cut the throat j "ty*1®- CheffUj^MH of Jewel Chapman, negro. He was assessed a $500 fine, which he is serving in jail. Jennie Eorgy to W. C. bummers, lots 7 and 8, block 3, 11 C. Sears' addition to White- wrignt, $500, May 13. W. C. Summers et ux to F. L. Starr, lot 7 and 8, block 3, H. C. Sears' addition to Whitewright, $57.25 and .assumption of notes totalling $450, Nov. 23. Lee Peyton et ux to Oscar Sal- ter et ux, 40 acres in the Aaron Burelson survey, $1 and other considerations, March, .10, 1937. Automobile Registration* Mrs. C. H. Hughes, Van Al- fl c HOW WE 1.1. no YOU KNOW THE Realt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 November 1937

**!+> - THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, Nov. 27, $} SOCIETY NOTES mission society < waples memorial c.horv.h to convene The Wonvan'c Missionary so- ciety of Waplea Memorial church will hme circle meetings Monday vfternoon as rfollows: Circle Wo. 1 .at 2:30 at the G. P. Brous home, 1230 West Woodard street and Mesdaimes A. L. Ford, R. E. Hutchison, M. K. Jones and J. R. Brown, cohostesses. Circle No. 2 2:00 with Mrs. H. T. Hoikins, 920 West Walk- er street. Mrs. J. Hopkins will be co-hostess. Circle No. 3. is to convene with Mrs. C; E. Schenck, 1200 West Woodard street. Circle No. 4 at tha G. G. Fuir- ley residence, 720 North Houston avenue and Mrs. R. L. Stover will receive with her. The district "set-up" meeting is scheduled for Thursday Dec. 2 at 10 a. m. in the Travis Street Methodist church, Sherman. Workers of every group will at- tend. Not Charlie Either made a report and gave a reau- ing. Mrs. Albert Wnitlock of Am- brose reported on a recent coun- cil meeting in Sherman. '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

* WEATHER OCNISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy Tuesday 4 continued cold « Representative United Presa and International News Service. The DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 TWENTY PAGES TODAY 38« PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPEJt UKKS28K8NS1 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL" 4-NO."'i37 *} Final Plans For Christmas Fete ToBe WorkedOut Boosters In Meeting Mon. Night Yuletide Parade i)o Definite- ly Begin at 7:30 Wednes- day Night, Fred Harvey, Booster Club Head Says Should Draw Thousands Here Light Company ) Nears End of Work on Christmas Lighting on Main Street Final plans for the Christmas parade here December 1, will be worked out at a meeting of the Boosters club, backers of the event Monday night, according to Fred Harvey, Booster president. Harvey said the parade would ■definitely begin at 7:30 p. m. the first, but would originate at the high school instead of the interur- ban station as first planned. En- tertainers and participants will assemble at the school an hour before ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

TUB DENISON PRESS MONDAY, NOV. 29th, IW — THE DE1N1SON PRESS Satatiilebed la 1*80 T ep!itoii« No. IM laauee Dally Bsoapt Sunday Bntercd aa Beoond Class Matter June IS, 1>36 at the poal office at Denison, Texas under the act <rf March i. U1 . Dedicated to clean and responsive government to ladlvlduai and olvlc integrity; to Individual ann •l*U •wiunDvrcu pruirr«H Hn ttdKHTlON RATES , On* Week 1°' One Mouth 36< three Mentha (In advance) •<" Bu Monllie (in advance) $1-7 One Year (in advance) Ili BOX NUMHKR& Care Denison Press will be give &dvertiaeia anairiQK blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from peraui. having telephone ilated In their own name and upo Agreeing to emlt when bill la presented. 10 per ceo will bt- added on unpaid private account* alter S< daya from date of (lrat insertion. CLOSING HOUK: Copy received by • a. m. will b published the aame day ERRORS The Deniaon Press will not be responslbl for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OP...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

MfcY. NOV. 29th, M r / COURTS ,iFTY-NIN.TH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suit* Filed The city of Sherman filed five tax suits. Divorce* Granted James M. Earnhart vs. Marjcu- lerite Earnhart, divorce jfranted. Hazel 'Lehr vs. Earl W. Lelir, Idh'orce granted. Restoration of maiden name, Hazle Perry. Cases Disposed Mollie Wells et al vs. Myrtle Hill et at, $3,500 damages for wrongful .possession of property. Judgment for possession and costs for plaintiff. charges. Elliott Wtls arrested | vey, $950, Nov. 1. south of Tom Bean by Robert1 Mary A. K. Weyler and Nellie Gumbell inspector of the state' B. Weyler to C. J. Corcoran, lot liquor control board, and pleaded 11, block 14, Day and Munson's guilty to the charge. He was ar-! addition to Denison, $10 and oth- rested, brought to Sherman, | <?r considerations, Nov. 23. PAQt fltftEf] GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY. JUDGE Appearance Docket Albert Lee Jackson et al vs. Dixie Motor Coach Corporation, et al, suit for $500 damages fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

FAO* FOUR THE DENISON FRfiSS MOtiUAX'XQY, 29th, 19&1 ! SOCIETY NOTES New Star Of Firmament WOMAN, 80, RUNS OWN BUSINESS - Comments Of A Movie Fan CHRISTMAS SEALS TO BE ISSUED THROUGH THE MAILS THIS YEAR This sale of 'Christmas seals will not be handled by school children thiB year, but will be issued through the mail, according to Mrs. Frank Benedict, chairman of .the North Grayson Tubercular association. Patrons are not dis- turbed in any way and if not de- siring to buy these seals, just send them back to 'Miss Jennie Watson, secretary-treasurer of the association. Miss Ollie Birrt as chairman of education, rounds out the official group. Ninety-five per cent of each doll'T remains in the state to fi- nance a program for prevention of tuberculosis. The bulk will be spent in Grayson county and five jer cent goes to the National Tu- bercular association but comes hack to this county a hundred fold in productions of early diagnosis programs and statistical educa- tion in the natur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

THE PRESS KRAFT SECTION DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 VOL. 4—NO. 13T EMPLOYEES 6E./T WISHES DIVISION WAFT i- t <*« CHS/t tA^To a«0 i W*AW.J. -«S ROBINSONS style Shop it4its' Fu Wa'n ph#Nf lth eU«** *t . U 4o vfYn^ e- .ffut—W* /V«? I /W W. / 9^o/ . '"-CA.e.f first Wishes f* trt Sugar Botio m M&rchanis r o s p e r i t y t v Dwells W her H a r m o m y R e i s n s

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS mmmammmmmmmmmmm MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 TO KRI FT FOR A Gala Open House WE WISH TO JOIN HANDS WITH OTH- ERS IN WELCOMING TO DENISON THE SOUTHWESTERN DIVISION OF THE KRAFT-PHENIX CHEESE CORPORA- TION AND TO EXTEND CONGRATULA- TIONS AND BEST WISHES TO KRAFT EXECUTIVES AND EMPLOYEES ON THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW HOME ON MAIN STREET Perkins Bros v «■* 5 — •-""" —. . . wm m,x i" Sill f xftSSSiSfi f

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

SCOTT. KNAUR. DARBY HELPED BRING KRAFT TO DENISON Mayor Clarence Scott, Will Dar- by and George Knaur were instru- mental in securing the Kraft- Phenix cheese corporation plant in Ocnison. In fact, Mr. Darby wan the originator of the idea. In securing the organization the three men, ulorig with others inter- ested in getting the corporation, met at the union station here at 5:30 one morning during 1929 to greet a group of Kraft officials. The Kraft men were taken to breakfast after which they were( transported on a tour of the city] •and shown the pastures of several farmers. A contract was made and the' Cheese corporation established a' plant on Rusk avenue at the south end of the viaduct, April 1, 1929, as a small enterprise. Geo. Knaur, seeing great possi- bilities in the furture of the or- ganization, who used his persuas- ive powers to give the concern more time to secure a firm foot- hold. A Kraft Booster Week was star- ted and the city suddenly became Kraft concious. Business...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 (C SUPPLIES AMERICAN 1931-32 season cotton sold at five COTTON DEPRESS PRICE cents a pound, according to a COLLEGE STATION— In the statement recently prepared by E. A. Miller, agronomist of the Ex tension service of Texas A. and M. College, who has long been FROM ACROSS THE STREET AT THE "FORD HOUSE" W E SEND Congratulations! and Best Wishes To KRAFT Executives and Employees. Welcome to Denison and to Main Street Denison Auto Co. , Ford Sales & Service ® IBIi s«!ii Modern Offices Like Modern Homes Demand The Latest in Modern Furniture We are proud of the part we played in helping make KRAFT'S new offices among the most modern in North Texas. JENNINGS FURNITURE COMPANY AND EM- PLOYEES JOIN IN EXTENDING TO KRAFT AND EMPLOYEES OUR MOST SINCERE RE- GARDS AND BEST WISHES. Jennings Furniture Co. NORTH SIDE OF MAIN FOODS. FACTS ---FOIBLES RUSSIANS LOVE FERMENTED^! CABBAGE ;• nf WATER TO.Vft drink, they CALL '"QUASS." ^ THE WHOLE , CHEESE | IN ^...

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