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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 December 1937

T NEW YORK HERE are three—and Just three— important evening silhouettes this fall. And they're all extreme, all very bare and all exceedingly handsome. Carmel Snow, one of our New York first fashion ladies, broadcast the first flash on these new silhou- ettes when she was in Paris during the openings. And she expressed herself so well that I'm going to turn the microphone back to her for a minute and let her tell you. "It is nearly 10 o'clock in the evening here i& Paris. We have just attended the Exposition and out of doors watched the fabulous fantastic fountains which fill the river and the vivid fireworks bright- ening the sky. The Exposition has put electricity into the air. There is an atmosphere of brilliance and creation, and it is reflected In the new evening gowns. "They haven't any belts, no interruptions of any sort. They flow with a continuous form-fitting mold, outlining the entire figure, accenting the bosom. "On my first night in Paris, I was taken to see a play ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 December 1937

OFF THE RECORD ¥ ED REED and then she wanted me? to learn pig latin!" "Yeah, I'm a stranger in town—just blew in.' i to&AY v1'1 Vtl< , # 'Me and the sword-swallower combined our acts." Better look again, Joe. He said if we don't find that million he'll take it out of our pay." /// \ % "Oh boyl Could you get me a date with her?" it's all right, lady—I was on my wayr to a. masquerade ball and just fell in! ' Vi •• 0

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 December 1937

oh,that's easy carrots, all you must do is 4k find some one that will give it to you. D WILL THAT why don't VOU GET money? gee,pop, how can i get some money? thanks, mr. levy, but i guess nobody was any jobs open well if not in the store mister ashe , maybe vou can use me to deliver / sqrrv carrots- but i don't need any help. thanks your newspapers r- ^gosh! no jobs,anywhere candy store - no; baker-no; grocer-no; butcher-no i guess i had better go howe IrKVOU SEE, ma'am. it's a TWENTY bOORS'jJjextra special reason-it's sort of like a edji cation project. PUBLIC LIBRARY IB well carrots, seeing that your parents and i are such good friends - i'll let you borrow them 2* •a day payed wawmce tcitiuo BOOK? big Zelsctiou oh, thank you, miss christie.' tHe ToPpe LeiAviwO> u5fla-ay STUPE McLUPE and SCRATCH By Schus eiKsms

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 December 1937

EI ALTO Saturday Nite Prevue-Also.. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday IT'S A JOY . . . IT'S A HOUJL WITH LOY. . . AflD POWELL WILL'AM POWELL LOY MYR MA You'll go out ;of the thea- tre holding your sides . . . after you get a load of that "Thin Man" couple on their gayest love spree! It's fun . . . doubled and redoubled . . . when Myr- na saves her sister from Bill, the charming wastrel . . and is bitten by the love-bug herself! // DOUBLE WEDDING // With FLORENCE RICE JESSIE RALPH JOHN BEAL. EDGAR KENNEDY STAR SUNDAY and MONDAY SIGHTS NEVER BEFORE SEEN The last and great- est adventure of the man who brought ad- venture to you . . . MARTIN JOHNSON'S Unbelievable thriller of the Jungle as it really is Come Once And You'll Come Again! After you've dined once in the cheerful surround- ings at The Nook you'll want to come again! Try our chicken fried in bubbling butter. . .candied sweets. . .hot muffins. . .crisp hearts of lettuce salal . . .and the flavoriest cup of coffee in town! Chuck &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 December 1937

« I ■ WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY jg Tuesday, Fail1 With Ri ing Temperatures THE DEN70"1" PRESS >t PER MONTH A FAST GROWING ? Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, DEC. 6th, 1937 WEEKLY POUNDED 1930 —DAILY 1934 "VOL. 4—NO. 143 HIGHLAND PARK DROPS CATS CASE Superintendent of Dallas School Says Blank- enship's Playing Would Not Have Matter- ed IVluch in Outcome of Bi-District Game -era Highland Park high at Dallas athletic committee, according to dropped its protest against Sher* Superintendent H. E. Gable. The man following the letter's 7 to C Dallasites had originally charged bi-district win last Friday, after: the Bearcats with playing an in- a meeting Sunday of the school1 eligible man. Mr. Gable, in the Dallas News today, said: "Our committee feels, after a earefuj study of the evidence, both for and agai$t, and after making as complete investigation as could be made in the short time allowed, that, all things consider- ed, it woul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 December 1937

FAQS TWO THE DENISON PRESS thf dfnlson press ■atabllabed U 1IM tllipMu No. IM Ijmu*4 (wily Bxoepi HunOay 01/ KuUred an Beoond Cl*« Matter J una 2S, ll>* il U poet office at Deal ton. Tnu under thi ut mt March t, 117#. dedicate! to clean an4 reapoaelve governmeai ta tndlTidua< end elvto Integrity; to Individual an. llrii iwuimxrau pro(r«ii HIIUM1UPTION RATES Una Week On* Month ... Three Montbe Bli Montha One Year 10. 35. (In advance) •••>••••••••••«• I"1 (in advance) $1.7 (In advance) )S.b BOX NUMUBHA Care Denlaon Preaa Will be give, tdvertleuie desiring blind addreaees. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from perauu-l having telephone .lated in tbeir own name and upoi| agreeing to -emit wben bin la presented. 10 per ceo" win bi- added ou unpaid private accounts after Si* days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUHi Copy received by I a. m. will b<' published the same day. T HKRORS The Oenlson Press will not be responsible for more than one incorrect Insertion. out-of tow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 December 1937

Monday, dec. 6th, 1937 the denison press PAGE THREE lb COURTS CRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY. JUDGE Probata Docket W. H. Burleson has been ap- proved as temporary and perma- nent administrator of tJhe esta-.e of Calup Green Burleson, de- ceased, and his bond fixed at $100. Beer Docket T. L. Hudson has applied for a permit to retail beer at 600 East Brockett. Marriage License* Eddie Bernard Butler and Glenna Marie Luck, Denison. Realty Tranfan ' The American Insurance com- pany of Newark, N. J., Harold C. Hoover, lot 8, block 12, Mun- M>n and Purinton's addition to Denison, $1,350, Oct. 11. Ellen Thompson Moore et vir ( and Matilda Thompson Ward et <vir to Oitu Munson Calvert, lot 0, block 1, Vinita addition to Deni> son, $100, Nov. 6. Oilta Munson Calvert and N. C. Calvert to Ellen Thompson Moore anl Matilda Thompson •Ward, lot 18, block 2, Vinita ad- dition to Denison, $100, Nov. 5. Automobile Registrations Ray Melton, Sherman, Olds- mobile coupe. Frank LcFlore, Sherman,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 December 1937

paqm roun THE DEN1S0N PRESS MONDAY, DEC. 6th, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Double Wedding * Is Held Sunday In a simple, but beautiful dou- ble ceremony, Miss Alma Weming- er b'ecame the bride of Chas. Lane of Dallas and Miss Thelma Wtin- inger was married to Earl Vijk, Sunday evening at 5 o'clock in the home of the brides' parer.ts, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Weininger. Rev. Don Harwell, pastor of tin First Methodist church, officiated.! Both young women were in velvet. Mrs. Lane in rust and Mrs. Vick in deep blue. Their corsagca were fashioned of hot house flow-; Mr. and Mrs. Weiningc:r| tl'S. were hosts at an informal recep- tion following the marriage. The bridas' cut their decorated cakes which was served wltflj beverage. A number of relatives and close friends attended both events. Mr. and Mrs. Lane left im- mediately after the reception for Dallas where they will reside. Hp i:; owner of a group of tourist courts in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Vick are living at 717 W. Morton street, which, house wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 December 1937

•ISSH&SS <9 I 1 * SI Hi .VVJ 1 WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY g Wednesday fair, but somewhat ^ warmer DENISON Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, DEC. 7th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930 —DAILY 1934 A FAST GROWING PAPER : v.-.v.v.v.%',v.v! VOL" 4—NO. 144 FEDERAL MAN SHOT China Gives L To Speak At Banquet Monday BY EXTORTIONER Up Nanking ToJapanese INDEPENDENCE, Mo.—When federal officers set a trap to catch an extortioner, H. Knowles, one of the federal men who has been with the department for three years, was shot and may die. Knowles was shot from ambush DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO Bv DULCfc MURRAY • • December 7, <1875 Mr. Boss, president of the city council made the remark Satur-1 day morning that the proprietor i of the News had no right to a; copy of the report showing: the j amount of fees received by city j officials; that that report was a private matter that onlv concern-! .ed the finance committee whoj < Cunfimurt fin * '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 December 1937

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS THE DENISON PRESS BataDiuh*d Is HH No. 100 UauM Daily Bxcwpt Hunday Entered u Bec*n<1 Cla Matter June 2S, lH3t at the post office at Oeniaon, Texas under tb< act uf March t, lMt. Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and elvtr Integrity; to Individual anr otv>« ouuionrai progreu. Mil HS1UPTION RATES One W One Month B' Three Uontbe (In advanoe) BU Montha (in advance) $LJ One Sear (in advance) |U BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Preen will be give advertise! e aeaUrinu blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persuu having telephone listed In tbeir own name and upo. agreeing to "emit wben blu Is presented. 10 per ceo> will bt added on unpaid private accounts after >t days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by i a. m. published the same day. rill be iCRRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than one incorrect Insertion. OUT-OP-ToWN-OROKRM for classified ads are strictly payable I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 December 1937

TUESDAY, DEC. 7th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE COURTS i*# * « FIFTEEN 1H UIST. COURT It. M. OABTEK, JUDGE New Suit* Filed 8'allie Ball vs. Chester L. Ball, divorce. i FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX. JUDGE Case* Disposed R. J. Bullock and Kenneth Mc- Coy. car theft, two years in trie penitentiary on peas of guilty. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY. JUDGE Beer Docket J. W. Harris was granted a license to retail beer at 1703 South Travis, Sherman. Marriage Licenses Claud Shields and Dorcthia Walton, Denison, Howe. ' Potter, 44 by Oli feet in lot 1.1 communication of the Masonic1 lected in fines by city police dur- L. P. MeCarter and Mrs. Mabel block I, A. V. Gates' addition to Grand Lodge of Texas in session Garner, Sherman. boennan, $1,200 and otner con- recently at Waco? L. A. Garner and Etta My or-, siderations Nov. 27. | 2.1 ing November? Dallim Delbert Strong and Lois Golf,' March 26' H. B. Hawley et ux to H. A ■ " ; cy McChesney, 12.5 acres in the Realty Tranferi , W. C. Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 December 1937

©ua THE DENISON'PRESS SOCIETY NOTES Business Women Plan Christmas Meetings. ii:15—Sermon—L. Denison. K. Lamb, I In order to make Christmas hap- py for someone, the Denison Busi- ness and Professional Women's club voted Monday night at the regular meeting to feed some poor family during the holidays and named Mrs. Edith Vinnedge as chairman of the investigation Committee. Mrs. L. T. Kretsing- er presided ever the business. Tlhe project committee report- ed that $15 had been spent to shoe poor children. Club mem- bers will have a full holiday cal- endar. They have accepted an invitation from N. C Gallheher to visit Katy stores Christmas displays and will do so on Dec. 14, at the same time presenting a silver offering. The day before, however, they will attend a party in the home of Miss Jewel Ow- en of Sherman, given by that business women's club. The local group will have guest privi- leges at their Christmas party Dec. 20. Mrs. Leta Camp (had charge of last night's program on "Showi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 December 1937

.4 J WEATHER DEN1SON AND VICINITY Continued Coli Thursday I With Possible Snow $ Representative United Press and International News Service. Jsss^sawssaaamMwiB Mo PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER m DENISON, TEXAS Wednesday, DEC. 8th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930 —DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 145 Ultimatum is Given To Nanking; Japanese Warn Dallas Engineer Is Found Dead In Icy Waters Lost Several Days, He is 10 Minutes From Help When He Dies; Near A Lodge BEAUMONT—With only a short distance to a hunter's lodge and high ground and about ten minutes more time in which to reach safety, the 'body of M. M. Cooke, 52, civil engineer and DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCfc MURRAY Plane Hits House And Child Dead Bitter Norther Hits Denison; Snow Falls For First Time This Season Mother Tucks Hor Children Into Bed Just as Plane Crashes in House; Anoth- er Child is Badly Injured Deccfnber 8, 1875 City Marshall Patrick has a lit- tle charge to provide for not cal-1 culated for in assessing family i expenses...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 December 1937

AW fWft TtTW T>rtXTiaAM rmwfln PAGE TWO TMF DK.N1SON PRESS fcautDilotMKl 1b KM Teieptioti* No. 109 taau*4 Delly Bxc«pt Hunday Kntered as Sotx'od Class Matter June tS. 1936 at th« post office at Denison, Texas under th tct at March I, 187*. Dedtcat. .1 to clean and responsive government to individual and civic Integrity; to individual ano olvi« uuiuaiKreu proirrees THE DENISON PRESS Wednesday, DEC. 8th, 1937 HUUMtUiTlON RATES One Week I0i One Moutli 3&t Three Jklooihs (In advanoe) a'" k&lx Months (in advance) $1.7 One Yeur (In advance) !*.!> BOX NUMUJ£Ra> Care Denlsoti Press will be give, ndverust i s aeainnu blind addresses. CHARGI-; ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persuu- havlug teleptiune asted in tbeir own name and upoi ajfreeiny to -"emit when blu Is presented. 10 par t«u will b«. added 011 unpaid private accounts alter Si days froui date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy reoelved by t a. m. will b< published the same day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 December 1937

Wednesday, DEC. 8th, 1937 COURTS vs. John II- Missouri-Kan- company of 1 11-lEENtti i> 131. COUR'l U. Al. OAHTMt. J UiiUK New Suits t-'iled • C. 'ii. balnea vs. Clara Mayc liunua, divorce. uiu i utos vs J. C. Yates, di- vorce. Eila J- Laughlin Laughlin, divorce. Jim Ashlock 'vs. fla;-Texas Railroad Texas, asking $50,000 damages- Divorces Granted 1 Marie Fogarty vs. E- J. Fogarty divorce granted. FIFTY-NINTH 0I8T. COURT F. E. WILCOX. JUDGE Case* Disposed Willit Down, auto theft, two years in tine penitentiary. Down pleaded not guilty and was tried before a jury. i Alvin Morgan, burglary and theft over $50, two years in the penitentiary on each charge, af- ter a plea of guilty. Morgan was charged with the burglary of the home of Luther Day last month. Joe Meador. wife and child de- sertion, bond forfeited. i CRAYSON COUNTY COURT IAKK .1. LOY. JUDGE Probate Docket Bertha A. 'Crane lhas applied for letters of administration of the estate of Lottie M. Chambers, deceased. Beer Docket E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 December 1937

#AGB POUB TUW nrtWUAHtimnea THE DENISON PRESS Wednesday, DEC. 8th, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Modern Marthas Circle Meeting Hither And Von WITH KUN The Modern Marthas Circle of ^ ^ First Christian Missionary society i speaking of camel bells , . . held a covered duh luncheon and j ju9t had to purchase one of the business session Monday in the j unjque things. It's made of hand- home of Mrs. J. W. Dickey, 50i), wrought brass, beautifully engrav- Mrs- J- A. i ed now destined to become a West Hull street. Wright presided. • I dinner gong in that California Qui.ting was done and when I dream home, al Jng with the treas the handworK is finished, will be' sent to the Juliette Fowler Or- phans home as a gift from thi c° urch. Baskets of clothing', toys, fruits and foodstuffs will also be presented the orphanage. Mrs. J. R- Roddy gave the prayer Monday. Mrs. W. R. Mint .. v.*<s devotional leader, tak- ing as the subject "Budgeting | Your Timfe" inspiration wals produced in Luke 10: 25-38. The ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 December 1937

4 - t It ,1 \. •i a I jit J :: i ' I ?! WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY J i Friday, continued cold ^ possible snow v THE DENISON i S5SSR<R83ate!88Z8SIS588S 3&« PU MONTH ^ * EAST GROWING PAPER u zvvvvvvvv^vvv vvvu*^t*Mtos$sy.' Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 193U— DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 146 Mercury Drops To Lowest Mark Of Season Here Peace Voted By Group In N.Y.Meeting Ail Heavy Clothing Sales Up Relief Agencies Here Delug- ed Wun Requests, Cloth- ing and Shelter to Fight Oft the Cold Weather Rio Grande Is Heavy Sufferer Heavy Sheets of Ice Replace Snow on G^sund in Deni- son After Newest Norther U1U\10U1N oz-jU-Ja YEARS AGO By JJCIlXK MURKA* Father Moans Loss Of Wife, r our Children Falls Off Roof Attempting to Save Family and Hurts Leg; Can't Climb Back Desperado Is Nabbed By Police Air Raids and Artillery Lay Waste to Nanking Area OREGON, 111.—A heart broken business Representatives! in 'u^er ^is m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 December 1937

MP PAG* TWO . THE DEN1SON PRESS Bs&ai>iUb«e la ItM t«i«plMN>t No Iw 1mu*4 Deity atXMpl fSumdmy THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1937 Bin tared as BMoond Class Matter June ti. 1 S« at Um- poal office at Dealsou. Touts under the aat of March i. 187 . 0edlcat<>d to clean and responsive government to «tdl*idua< and elvl< integrity; to individual ana •ftvi* . uuo<-roi< prv«r«M en IIBIUITIO.N RATES tin* l0t One msmmlji Tlirur Mentha tin advance) H* •*•••.«•••• $1.1- $1.^' tin ndvfl^cc) •••••••e«e« (iu advtaco/ •••••••••••• iixl advfcocc) BOX XUMUEK& Care Denlaon Frees will be give, kdvertiaeis aeeirm^ blind addresses. Month, til* MouUia Out V ear CHARGE: ACtXJUNTS are acceptable from peraou- Uavin* telepuune .isted in their own name and upoi agreeing to •emit when bin I* presented. 19 per cen> will bt added on unp.ild private account* after $< day* from date of flrai Insertion. CLOSING HOUk: Copy received by > a. m. will b< published the aame...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 December 1937

THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1937 THE Dentson- jfttESS COURTS -0 FIFTEEN I H D1ST. COURT K M i^ARTRK. JUDGE Diorces Granted 1 Luther Willett ■vs. Dorothy Wil- lett, divorce granted. I Charles A. Crabtree vs. Daisy Crabtree, divorce granted- Frances Richardson vs. Elmer Richardson, divorce granted and custody of minor child awarded to plaintiff Mary Vick vs. Walter Vick, di- vorce granted, and custody of minor child awarded plaintiff. Defendant ordered to pay $1 £'0 a week into the registry of the court for their support. Lucilla Lawrence vs. Raymond A. Lawrence, divorce granted, with restoration of maiden name, Lucilla Seaton. Melvina Hill vs. Joe Hill, di- vorce granted- Caie* Appealed The Franklin Life Insurance company vs. D. C. Emerson, judg- ment of fifteenth district court up-1 Automobile Registrations held by fifth court of civil ap- Interstate Cotton Oil Refining peals. ! company, Sherman, Chevrolet Homer Howell vs. Texas Em- truck. i ployer's Insurance association, , David L. Hill, Sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 December 1937

*AQC roue SOCIETY NOTES THE DENISON PRESS SDAY, DEC. 9, l93f ■H No Imperfections Here Christmas Draws Near; Collegians Are Expected And Social Events Are Planned With Christmas drawing neavei every day, club's and organiza- tions of Denison are arranging to officiating. Attendants will be Jean Ann Gud&er of Houston and 'Mr. Platter. Mrs- Jack Turner will l.elp underprivileged families and 8in-r and Miss Maude McElvaney children in making this holiday one of the happiest in years. A rumter of parties have been wfl be seated at the organ. The bride-elect is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Platte^, was planned for various groups and graduated from the University of \ isiting collegians, many of the latter scheduled to arrive for the holiday visits late next week. The Berean Class of First irhristnn chur h will havi a so- cial Christmas party Dec- 17 in the church. Mrs- J. C. Morgan is chairman. The Dorcas Class of First Baptist church will have a tree and gift exchange Dec. at the H....

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