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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE FIVE O. A. BLACKBURN Secretary and Treasurer Krafl-Phmii ChetK Corp. Her only equipment in doing the work was u pocket knife and string. A berry patch consisting of 150 plants is another possession of Dorig Rickerson of which she is quite proud, writes the county home demonstration agent. Mrs. J. T. Spencer of the Con- 'cord (community in Williamson county states that she has a peach tree that was put out in November of 1904. It is of the elberta variety and rarely fails to bear. "This year we gathered about two and a half bushels of the largest, finest peaches from this tree that we have ever had/' Mrs. Spencer said. She has 47 fruit trees from which she has canned 115 quarts of fruit. Eiat More Cheese It's Healthful A sllver-bladed knife should be supplied for cutting salads if the salad is composed largely of foods which are difficult to cut with a fork. The new Nuremburg stadium will seat more than 400,000 per- sons. SSS2SS282SS8£?S...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

PAGE SIX s? THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 Congratulations TO Best Wishes For a Successful Opening Dec. 1st , , ,, . , |$|| %. «$*&&;$p ||tf % |c 'y I% -•'•i illj, ?'•£. ..-I W. J. SMITH WO >D PRESERVING Co. « Denison, Texas

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 Kraft Company Started With Mere Horse, Wagon i best wishes x&st^sJxzsB&sists Early records show that cheese quality' Pastuerized for purity which might be produced in a and blendei for uniformity—mar- rectangular shape, cut one pound keted in a san.itary container as- to the inch, was suggested as early''sllI'ng 'ts ar"va' on the home as 1890. Several unsuccessful at- tab'e 'n Pnl ^ect condition. tempts were made between that This new fornl of cheese quick' ly came into universal distribu- tion and demand. A few years Southweit Manager period and 1904, although in gen- eral the old-fashioned cheddar siz- ed cheese, or its many variations was constituting the bulk of the American cheese production at that time, later this same Idea was carried still further in the perfection of several varieties of pastueriz"d "l and blended cheese and their mar- It was during this year that J. feting in half-pound and quarter- 1 nmin/1 nanl/acvou Rnpnr'niyUlf T.rlfi L...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 * • :;si5^ We Cordially Invite You to Visit Us In Our New Office Quarters 531 West Main Street Wednesday, December First wa inf at thi hi^ fo PT ch HOURS 2 to 10 P. M. KRAFT-PHENIX CHEESE CORPORATION D6NISON TEXAS wmmmrnmmm i

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 the: denison press PAGE NINE KRAFT CORPORATION IS 29 YEARS OLD The Kraft Cheese corporation in the foreign branch of cheese was originated twenty-nine years ago by James L. Kraft, now serv- ing as president of the company at Chicago. It was his vision that started the business that kept it going and his genius that drew up the plans coupled with his faculty of finding men of ability and resourceful- ness to carry out the job. The Kraft and Phenix joined forces in 1928, making the Kraft- Phenix Cheese corporation, the world's largest organization in production and distribution of cheese. The corporation not on- ly leads in domestic types but is the largest importer of foreign cheese. These positions were not inher- ited. Both were won by an ef- fort to fulfill a vision of its foun- der—effort in all phases of the business from collection of milk to the serving of cheese in the home. Originate Idea The Kraft organization was the originator of producing pastuer-...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

JOY. 29th, 1937 Riddle With Company 18 Years, Report Born in New York, A. J. Rid- •Ue, tjeneral manager of the Kraft Phenix Southwest division, became conected with the organization 18 years ago, working out of Kansas City as salesman. Holding various other positions! ■with the company, Mr. Riddle came to Denison during March of i 1930 to accept his present office. Although belonging to no club, I Mr. Riddle enjoys playing golf and , has made the game his hobby. He | is a Shriner, a member of the' Denison Chamber of Commerce, j director of the East Texas Chamb- er of Commerce, director of the Texas State Manufacturers As-j ~ - ~ - - sociation and a director of the daughter, Rose Marie, a sopho- State National Bank of Denison. I more at Southern Methodist Um- He resides at 503 West Gandyj verrity, Dallas, majoring in jour- street, is married and has one nalism. C. H. KRAFT Viet President in charge of Production Kraft-Phenix Cheese Corp. New Features Are Analyzed By Rickenbacker NEW Y...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE ELEVEN Head Man In Southwest Above is seen a small portion of the recently opened offices of the Southwest Division of the Kraft company in the 500 block west Main street. ..The beauifully laid out interior reveals the modern tastes of tue company. OPPORTUNITY VISIT KRAFT BUILDING IS OFFERED THE PUBLIC Because the structure is an office building and not a plant, no cheese samples or refreshment! will be served, it lias been announ- ed by Kraft officials. Assisting Kraft officials in wor- king out the day's events will be members of the Chamber of Com- merce, Boosters club and Retail Merchants association. To afford an opportunity to those working late, the inspection will carry on until 10 p. m. More than 140,000,000 pounds of steel welding wires are produc- ed in this country annually, or enough to make a strong weld 134,000 miles long. Mr. and Mrs. John Public will be given an opportunity to per- sonally inspect the newly complet- ed ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

DENISON PRESS MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 Assistant Chief A. E. Kildeau, shown above, is assistant southwest division man ager for Kraft in this area. Kildeau With Company Five Years In City A. E. Kildeau, assistant South- west division manager of the Kraft Phenix cheese corporation has spent five of eleven years served as an official, in Denison. He is also general sales manager for this division and has charge of the Kraft Associated Distribu- tors, a company owned unit oper- ating 120 mechanically refrigera- ted trucks, for the transportation of the cheese products, in various parts of the division, in addition, Mr. Kildeau supervises shipments both perishable and semi-perishable In 140 independently, owned trucks, also refrigerated. Mr. Kildeau was in charge of sales of the Denver branch for six years before moving to Deni- son during 1932 to accept his pre- sent position. The territory und- er his supervision includes Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Ark- ansas, New Mexico >an...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 THE DEN ISO N PRESS Famous Sayings Concerning Cheese Started Hundreds Of Years In Past Some famous sayings about cheese, the world's oldest manu- factured food, in whose honor the fifth .Annual National Cheese Week was observed November Ttl to 14th. "Cheese digests everything but itself" is a medieval Latin aphor- ism. The English version of this expression, set to verse, "Cheese it is a crusty elf, digesting all things but itself." "The King's Cheese goes half- way in parings," is an axiom dat- ing to Shakespeare's time. "Let us bring an end to din- ing; there's pippins and cheese to come," was made famous by Shakespeare. 4.—"Cheat, and the cheese will show," is an axiom from Cheshire, England, where pride fe*" Business Goes Up, Hospitals Get Patients in the local eheesemaking opera- tion has beeen noted for centur- ies. Charles Lamb, upon purchasing a very ripe Stilton cheese from his grocer, said, "Please, sii-, give me the string to lead it home." Gilbert...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

A HOME IS ONLY AS MODERN imf "2h 1 ; >f". AS ITS FURNITURE We Wish To Congratulate KRAFT On Their Ultra-Modern Offices C. H. KRAFT <271 J. n. PLAIT General Adivrtising Manager Kraft-Phenix Cheete Corp. In charge of Cheese production] from Chicago, who has been a visi-, G. C. POUND ft tor here a number of times. i Present an,I Corral S lm \tc,u,IXr 0 Kraft.PheniK Chrew Corp. We suggest you shop early this Christmas—Giving lasting and use- ful gifts. See our stock! ALLEN & FARMER "THE FRIENDLY STORE" iniiiiiir Pimiento Adds To Cheese Of Kraft Company Among the more important new cheese delights manufactured by the Kraft Phenix company, made possible by the American perfec- tion of cheese pastuerization and blending, is Pimiento cheese. It is an American Cheddar cheese to which pimientos are added, to lend their spicy sweetness to the Congratulations and ^Xfelcome TO THE natural sweetness of the cheese, j No less popular is Pimiento Cream j cheese, made by addition of pi-, mi...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE FIFTEEN foods, facts-foibles (lll-SWA E53INC-DRA ? CHARlEMAGNf ;OO-VA EU/NC-TA "| EE -MA ? the dressing kno'vn as french"really oricihated in the days of augustus caesar. it was served on the CREEH LET- tuce of smyrna AS THE FIRST COURSE at formal dinners. TODAY, FRENCH dressing is widely popular til.-,OUCH- DuNiNG the time of charlemagne, out america as a perfect dm.5si;<G WHEN CAUL was conquered by for green vegetables. the romans. centrally located country plants perfection is the result of, years with quick-shipping distance of of exprimenting and develop- markets everywhere. Untouched ment. Fast .as they are, it takes by hands, the brand is automati- a battery of these machines to cally packaged by machines al- package the volume rpoduced most human in their ingenuity, daily in each of the the Philadel- Fully protected by patent, their phia' cream cheese plants. The Louisiana) «ugKir industry represents an investment of more tha...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 November 1937

THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, NOV. 20th. 1937 More Cheese, It's Healthful BUSINESS GOES (Continued from Page 13) ©at mViVVmSKSVaWiSWsw KRAFT OPENING SPECIALS Permanents Eugene "Special" Steam Sachet $4.00 Others $3.00 and Up Wave Sets To Suit Your Individuality Only 25c F a c i a 1 s Get a Honeyouth Facial for Your Complexion's Sake Opening Snecia) Only 75c lOLA'S Beauty Shop curred. Attributing the rise in the num- .11.i1 ber of private patients to better 0(1 adm aions, especia'1,- by l^y-j business conditions, the statisti- i..if litients, during t:.i; first half[ cians point out that larger incom- i |' I as compare! with 1 936, es not only have enabled more a co i.'g to the staf/sticant of 6 persons to pay for private accom- rMe insurai i company. AI-. modations in hospitals, but made I', i-li Vaa'th .Mtwlitions were ap-| it possible for many others to en- P . < .nately the in bi'tn Pjr- ter hospitals for correction which •u s si.rh a decid •«! (-iir.nge o;fur- had been neglected ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 November 1937

■■ ■ c ■0 11 iff I i If r Ic led IUi loo I A. i 1 te to se U k- n« I i WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy Tuesday continued cold THE Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON,,TEX AS TUESDAY, NOV. 30, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 Sk PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER VOL. 4—-NO. 138~ First Program For Housing Bill Is Mapped Out Farm, Wage DENISON 62-50-35 IWkers Ini YEARS AG0 i/UvXYVi O AAA | By DULCBJ MURRAY Swap, Said Movement .Follows Recom- mendation Roosevelt; November 30, 1875 The Sherman Board of Trade has issued a circular in which it assures farmers that "Sherman will not allow any one to pay of President higher prices than we do in Sher- ,oth Houses B,otl ork i Currency Group To Hold Meeting Bitter Opposition to Housing Bi'l Rouses its Head; Say Private Building is Taboo man." I$w much such assurance is worth can be inferred when Sherman does as she did quite recently—let a lot of nearly fif- teen hundred buffalo hides leave that town b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 November 1937

•JRfcGB TWO :. JM THE DENISON PRESS HIE DKNISON PRESS fceUDilabml IB ItM Tetepnone No. 100 (aau*4 0* ly Bxcept Sunday of happy ideas for Christmas. There will be fun and frolic, enter- ! tainment and joviality for all, from the ! smallest child to the grandparents. A j downtown parade has been planned start- ing from the Denison high school at 7:30 ' Wednesday night. Visitors will be here to Kntored a* Second Class Matter June S3, 1M6. at tbe port oKlce at Ueoiaon. Tex* under the add their bit to the Colorful event, aot of Uarcb t, 187*. Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and otvlr Integrity; to Individual tlvu uniiii-T«< proirreM 10c eutmUUITlON RATES OM Wtek OQi Month 36c 'Jhre* Months (In advance) Blx Months On advance) .,«•*«««.«•*.... Jl.7-1 One *ear (In advance) J*.5« BOX NUMliSKJs. Care Oeuiaun Frees will be given bdvertlsei a aedrmn blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable troin persuus tavlug telephone listed In tbelr own name and, upon ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 November 1937

WESDAY, NOV. 30, 193T THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREE Following The Air Routes 6 p. m. CBS— Foote's En- semble, KRLD WACO KWKH KG KO. Traffic Cop, WBAP. HOW WELL DO VOU KNOW THE j^OU I H£A* I I £OUTIl X Uy Put Perry * COURTS 1.—According to a recent re- port in Washington, farmers 6:30. CBS Lew White, KRLD s]iould be receiving what amount KWKH KTSA KOMA KGKO KT| for their grain and other farm UL. Sports and News, WBAP. | products? 7. CBS—Ed. G. Robinson, KR| 2.—What is the date set for LD KOMA KTSA KGKO KTRH showing of the 1938 model KNOW KMOX WHAS. NBC— Russ Morgan's orchestra, WLW W DAF WOAI WMAQ KPRC WHO WFAA WSM. 7:30. CBS—A1 Jolson, KOMA WHAS WBBM KMOX KRLD K ford V-8's here? 3.—Actual work on the alley living and storm sewer projcci was started when? 4.—Who was G. FellowB? 5.—What was reported to have UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRY1ANT, JUDGE Raleuad on Bond | Jack Arthur Williams wps re- leased Saturday on $600 bond, af- ter pleading not guilty to a feder- al officer, at a hea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 November 1937

.*:-*WeB6 if? * AO® roua THE DENTSON PRESS TUESDAY, NOV. SO, 19 t SOCIETY NOTES Business Women frolic Monday Miss Marietta Chapman, in bust- les and flamboyant colors, receiv- ed first prize at the tacky party Monuay evening in Hotel Deni- son, given by the Denison Busi- ness and Professional Women s dub. Mrs. Agnes Viken of Shev- man received the loving cup for visitors. She attended as "Aggi'i from Hilltop" and recited a poem in keeping with the hillbilly cos- tume. Mrs. L. T. Kretsinger, lc> cal president, received guests. Forty three members were pres- ent at the party, including fif- teen from Sherman. Miss Louisa Fales in a white lingerie dress;' Miss Helen iLiies in a man's wed- ding suit and Miss Eva Bond in a red wig and black dress formed the hospitality group. Joe Pressley and his orchestra played for dancing throughout the evening. A grand march op- ened the party. The old-fashioned ranees were illustrated, after which gum and all day sucker? were passed out during ga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 December 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Thursday, partly cloudy slightly warmei msm ri l&o PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER k moansfwwvuu Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS Wednesday, DEC. 1st, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4-NO. 139 $ Farm, Dairying Necessary to City Rise, DarseySays East Texas Chamber Official Expresses Thanks to Kraft Corporation for [Plants in State; Riddle in Brief Address; Banquet "Any smaller city's growth can be traced directly to the success of farmers," M. E. Darsey, of Grapeland, director of the East Texas Chamber of Commerce told Denison men at a banquet in Many Special Kraft Guests At CC Banquet Kraft's Open House Begins Today at 2; to Last Far Into Night Here, Reported Railroad and truck line officials were among the special guests at- tending the local Chamber of Commerce banquet Tuesday night at Hotel Denison in honor of the Kraft-Phenix Cheese corporation,! holding open house today at the, new Southwest divi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 December 1937

' WW mo® TWO THE DENISON PRESS Wednesday, DEC. 1st, >,937 THE DUNISON PRESS feauttilebed li llll Teiep&oa* No 10# Uau*d Daily lUoapt Sunday Entered an Sftoond Class Matter June 23. It3< at the post ottlce at Deniiion, Texas under th<- act «f March a. 187 . Dedicated to clean ani responsive government to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ano el vie uuiumwreia progress. HUMtUKl'lOM RATES 1>M Week 10 One Month • ••• !•' Three Months (In advance) vu« Klx Months (in advance) $1.7" One Year (In advance) Iil.5' BOX NUMiUUKa Care Deulaon Press will be give, bdvertlseis assuring blind addresses. CHAR'JK ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person Uavlug telephone ilated In their own name and upoi agreeing to >-eintt when blu Is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after it daya front date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by • a. m. will b> published the same day. ERRORS The Denlaon Press will not be responsible tor more than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 December 1937

■Wednesday, DEC. 1st, 1537 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREE o s v COURTS fifteenth uist. court R. Al. CARTER. JUDGE New Suit* Filed V. A. Drumb vs. Myrtis Drunvb, divorce. Lillian M. Green vs. James T. Green, divorce. Thelma Hix, individualy and as admin.stratrix of the estate of Arhle F. Hix, vs. Oltha L. Wilson, try title and possession. Divorce* Granted Tom Hollins vs. Mattie Hollins, divorce granted. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX. JUDGE Criminal Setting Setting of criminal cases in the fifty-ninth district court for the November term was announced Tuesday by R. C. Slagle, Jr., crim- inal district attorney, as follows: Monday, Dec. 6: Hobart Huff, cattle theft; Fred Mitchell, cattle theft; Willie Down, auto thef; al- vin Morgan, burglary and theft over $50; R. J. Bullock, auto theft; Kenneth McCoy auto theft; Joe Meador, wife and child deser- tion; Jose Camposa, driving while intoxicated. Tuesday, Dec. 7: Wiliam Moore, receiving and concealing stolen property, three counts; Ab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 December 1937

tKti* FOUR THE DE&SON PRESS Wednesday, DEC* 1st, 193? SUC1ETY NOTES Student Body Opens Contest Students of high school have selected a number of representa- tive boy and girls to compet for honors in the annual yea *- book, The Yellowjacket. The boy or girl in each group receiving the greater number of votes will be •victorious and a large picture of them will be placed in a spe- cial section of the annual. The contest will close Friday afternoon and winners announced the following day. Those competing for most beautiful girl are Mary Jo Evans. Alien Freels, Lois Beckham, Thel- ma Thompson, Phillis Phillips. Dolores Benedict, Alice Spinker. Most popuar girl, Billy Anne Bulloch, Florine Label, Dixit) McKeel, Madge Kennedy and Kay Kohfeldt. Representative boy, Oliver Jackson, John Cornell, Lee Brig- ham. Most handsome boy, Andy Bris- ter, Ed Harris, J. M. McMennamy, Art Kutledge. Football Sweetheart: Anna Lee Willoughby, Teresa Marie Cor coran and Rosemary Eden. 1-MINUTE SAFETY TA...

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