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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 December 1937

k) a i I I WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Continued Cold Friday Night, Saturday 1 fill1. PRESS ssssnasssssraaa 3k PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER I Representative United Press and International News Ser vice. DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, DEC. 10th, 1937 _ WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 147 Federation To Bitterly Fight Wage,Hour Bill Is Brought In Open For Discussion Beats Noose'PARALYSIS OVER By Breaking Neck First Strong ^Democratic Bloc pf>, Souch Expected to Throw j Full Strength Against the Measure's Passage, Report Labor Opposes; Too Much Power Bill Held by Committee for Many Months, Votes to Bring it Into the Open DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCB MURRAY • • December 10, 1875 Thursday was one of the best days for trade Denison has seep1 this season. All our mercantile' houses were crowded from morn-' ing( until night. The receipts of cotton exceeded any day this fall. J Main street was absolutely block- NATION INCREASES ing more than twice as much as it did one year pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 December 1937

PAOB *W0 ■ ii i ' THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, DEC. 10th, 1987 THE DENISON PRESS ItUttUM U 1*M Yetepoen. No. 0 taau.4 Dally Bao.pt Sunday values at an alarming rate. To overcome such tendencies, we can't laugh it off. Optimism in the midst of a sinking ship is dire foolishness and no amount of high-pitch talks and encourag- ing editorials may stop such a condition, Knured a. n«xmd cia*. Matter June js. iM«. unless something is done to assure at the pobx office at uoniaon. r^xas under the business and investors agriculture and mar- Mi .f March «. w . keting conditions that we are to have sane LOOK ON THIS PACE FOR YOUR DAILY WANTS Dedicated to clean and reaponelve Eovernment to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual ana «fvt« auainwrtu prorreaa ttUUMKUTlON BATES One Week One Month ... Three Montba HI* Montha One Year ...... 10c ~~~~~~ 6c tin advance) •"« (in ad van oe) $1.75 (In advance) ................ J8.5c BOX NUMBKB&. Care Denlaon free* will be given advertlauia aoalrin*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 December 1937

FRIDAY, DEC. 10th, 1937 COURTS ,1 o UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRYANT, JUDGE New Suits Filed United States of America vs. 108 cases of canned tomatoes, a seizure suit under the food and drug act. The tomatoes wer>) shipped by the Putman Canning company of Avoca, Ark., to a Mc* Kinney grocery firm. I Bankruptcy 'Docket D. C. Emerson's petition for a composition or extension of time to meet his debfts has been grant- ed on the recommendation of 0. H. Woodrow, supervising concili- ation commissioner. James M- Morrow and a. l. Morrow, farmers have petitioned for a composition or extension of time to meet their debts. They list assets of $7,250, debts of $4,088-68 and exemptions of ?5,- FIFTEENTH D1ST. COURT U. M. CARTER. JUDGE Diorcei Granted Rita Arnold vs. Marion Arnold, divorce granted, with restoration of maiden name, Rita Stinnett. Gertrude McGill vs. Lawrence McGill, divorce granted and cus- tody of minor children awarded to defendant. Etta Zachary vs. Sam Zachary, divorce gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 December 1937

r*o« ruun SOCIETY NOTES THE DENISON FRHBS FRIDAY, DEC. 10th, 1937 Miss Liles Is District Head in Northeast Tex Miss Helen Liles of Denison was elected president of District 13 of 'Texas Graduate Nurses .Association Wednesday at the an- nual meeting In the Sanitarium of Paris- ■Other officers are: Miss Geor- gia Norvell, Paris, first vice- president; Mrs. A. Hunicutt, Bon. ham, sceond vice-president; Miss Vera Burns, Texarkana, third vice president; Miss Bess Neweii, Paris (re-elected) secretary- treasurer. Directors are Miss Julia Clark of Greenville and Miss Dorothy Coleman of Paris. Annual reports showed dona- tions to the Red Cross flood relief fund; to the nurses' educational! I merce, for usi as. I The group voted purchase of a ' desk for Miss Newell's use as sec- retary-treasurer. Twenty-seven of the 104 mem- bers enrolled in the district at- tended- At noon, B luncheon was giv- en in the Griffith's Memorial Nurses home* Miss Margaret Kennedy, superintendent of tho Saitarium, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy and Possible Rains Rising temperatures Sunday Representative United Presa and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, DEC. 11, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 38c PER MONTH \ I A FAST GROWING PAPEfc VOL. 4—NO. 148 :*> Farm Bill i*asses House Friday By Narrow Margin BEARCATSINTOP SHAPE FOR GAME Senate to Vote Soon On Measure Leaders Say A Recommittal Vote Victory is Hollow; Senate Vote Likely Early Next Week, Reports Say Conservation Continuance Secretary Will Have Right to Impose Marketing Quo- tas on All Farm Products WASHINGTON—By the nar- row margin of only nine votes, tlie poll standing 206 to 197, the {arm bill passed the house late Friday. A short time before a Sherman high school Bearcats took their final workout of the( week Friday afternoon then left J immediately afterwards for Port' Worth where they meet N. Side' high for the quarter-final champ- ionship in the State lnterscholas- tic league race. The kickoff was sch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

xyto £ THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, DEC. 11, 1987 THE DEN1SON PRESS abUsbMl la I*M T*i«r hou* Ho. IM Ijmu*« Daly Bscwpt Sunday Knt«rt*1 iui Second Cla** Matter June 2S. 1M# «i lb« poet cftlce at Denison, Texas under the •&. «C March «. 187*. Dedicated to clean a"4 responsive government to tad!vidua! and civic Integrity; to Individual ano ehn« •uDinxrtUi prorroaa. • UUtJKUTlON HATES On* Week One Month ... Three Mouth* HI* Month* One Year UkiMjim 35: (In advance) S*'1' (in advance) >1.'1 (In advasoe) f&i" BOX XUMKKR&. Oare Denison Press will be give > udvertlaei a desiring blind addresses. CHAitUG ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person- bavlu* telephone llated in their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cec-i will be added on unpaid prlyate account* after 3« days from date of flrat Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy reoelved pubUubed the aam« day. by I a. ta will b KKRORiH The Denison Praia will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

PW s. DAY, DEC. 11, 1937 pi - Mpatf/f* * "i*4""*' THE Dismcpcws rcussft COURTS fifteenth uist. court K. M. CARTER. JUDGPi New Suit* Filed Jowel Snudoru vs Archie Loe Saunders, divorce. Mab'le Bell vs. J. D. ■ Bell, di- vorce. The1ma Wilhite vs. 'Russcel W. Wilhite, sunnnrt and maintenance of minor children. Diorces Granted ' Lettie Steen vs. Bryan Steen, divorce granted- Special venire of 60 persons re- f quested by Criminal District At- I torney R. C- Single Jr. Divorces Granted Velma Williams vs. E. A. Wil- liams, divorce granted. Fay Cummings vs. r. d- Cum-1 ing3, divorce granted and cus-1 tody of minor child awarded to plaintiff PAGE THREE FIFTY-NINTH D1ST. COURT f. E. WILCOX. JUDGE Cases Appealed W- A. Sowder vs. J. K. Camp- bell, to try title. Judgment as prayed for. Special Venire Clint Cummings, rape undo 18. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKK J. LOY, JUDGE Beer Docket . Wordy G. E- Thompson has ap- pied for u license to retail beer at 608 Bast Houston, Sherman. L. A. Sanford and A. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

SOCIETY NOTES THE DENISON PRESS A « m>*nA ♦Ak/*i « 4 i tiAff tJJXX UlWArll) iAf !</«• Annual Christmas tree and Own." mas carols. | Christian Endeavor at 6:30 fea- program for church members will turing reports on the recent fel- Girl Reserves Annual Service Girl Reserves of high school will have the annual recognition services Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock when sixty-three girls of the student body will receive pledges. Billie Anne Bulloch, general president, will preside- i 1 The program will consist of u candlelight ceremony, preceed- ed by a violin recital by Fred Parker, accompanied at the piano by his mother Mrs. Fred Parker. Members of the glee club will sing as the processional form1!. Jean Edmiston will be spokesman for the pledges. Hope Riddle will give invoca- tion, followed by a poem, read ]>y Elizabeth Stratton- Kay Kohfeldt will tell the "Christmas Rose" as a pageant illustrates the story Blue ties will be knotted as the glee club sings, symbol of induc-| tion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

the denison press WEEKLY SECTION fICTlOA) CCMICS Copyright 1937 by Independent Publishers, New York City i ' ft Jlteamr WEEK—DECEMBER 12, 1937 [Rod / rod// ROD help him HELP Ml Mf.' IP oh.'rod'." karin sees HOD FALL- ING AND R!A\N a great IRod is {WEPT PROM a ship 0v a wing EMOTION SEIJES oi the obao DRAGON "he can't DIB ! HE OF THE *KY POUCc PAUL HJEPfON , MUCMT save him" (ave him'! SAVE HIM". UmcoofEQuiPPro flying wing-belt/ are catapulted from bach of two ships. with tremendous speed thevdive toward the falling earth-man M That- certainly a narrow sooeak m rod h brought into TUB ROCKET, KARIN rushes to him and throws her arms around him. t SOON At we RETURN It) THE EARTH .WILLYOU MARRV ME yii ' oh roo: i praved maolv and now vou are iafe.'. " karin* • • voulove me! vouoo love me '■ sav vouoo-' karin replies to rod with a kiss which answers the question in his heart AW WE'RE BEINO attacked i" £ % MEPHISTOS SWOOP TO THE ATTACK ' 1 % t s

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

JANE AEDEN Reg. U. S. Patent Ofice by Muntc Barrett and Russell E. Ross f?—t Copyrif ht. Register and Tribun* Syndicat# ) S-f . Crest Br.uiin Rights Be«rved. <27ane is t investigati ng ' a fake posten offeranjg%oco- reward fok the akkfcst of the girl pictured on it IS MY CAR t?EADY ? hello-police STATIOM*? SEND ME AN OFFICER-QUICK"/ M'M—THE GIRL ON THE POSTER AND THE DETECTIVE WHO IS CHASING HER .'AND they' re , FRIENDS • A I DON'T GET. THIS / ~,OOC) • she's the girl, all reight- ncw for rbvard some scrbvythings happen in this business- horae/ back id the luyor agency and keep your ears open/ no mistake, lady-this is your rcture- it even gives the number oe your 'cate'^ ^ and she is in jail- how does that make sense f the whole thing- <=ruf" and the detective are bms- ^he foster" is a fake- J5 nov i see why \ the inspector sent me here.'; faise arrest: ♦i never: was so humiliated so-YOU arethe DO YOU WANT TO RUIN ME.? listen, c-c-cant we_ settle this f3 .one vvho had mearreste...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

In Ice Age days, when America and Asia were one continuous land mass, elephants inarched where now rolls the Bering Sea. WlWTlf Photo copyright by Field Museum of Natural History iff New Discoveries ofVanished Lands of Lonjf A£o By Ronald L. Ives THE prince of Atlantis, sitting sadly on the shore of Mexico, weeping for his vanished home- land, may be only a novelist's dream. Perhaps the homesick wander- ings of the exiled children of Mu, after the foundering of their continent into the depths of the Pacific, never took place. Perhaps man never saw lands such as those. Vanished lands, however, are being discovered yearly by geologists. Deep under the waters of the Atlantic are canyons that could holo the Grand Can- yon of Arizona with room left over. Under the English channel is the valley of the ancestral Rhine. Deep in the Mediterranean Sea is the ancient har- bor of Tyre. Cities under the sea are not uncommon; and man has occupied the earth for only about 1/2500 of geologic time. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

FOUND Jk fA&ULOus yt//a^£" with 4? /ron door* Left to right: William Peterson, C. W. McKee, and Dix Henecke, in the tunnel of The Mine with the Iron Door. By Oren Arnold THE money hasn't yet wrecked the stock market or flooded the national treasury; nevertheless one of America's most famous lost mines at last has been found. It was one of those things wherein "My uncle got this old Spanish map down in Mexico, see?" Usually the maps marked The Spot with a cross, but left you to guess just where the mountain was. But doggoned if C. W. McKee and his pals didn't go out and locate the moun- tain a few weeks ago, and sure enough there behind some bushes the old mine shift was! It was the world-renowned "Mine With the Iron Door" which the Span- iards discovered nearly 400 years ago. Some of tht ore taken there this fall assayed up to $60 per ton, and ore at $10 is profitable. But there is "sup- posed" to be 2,500,000 ounces of con- centrated gold already mined and stored back in a seal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

'* KOKALIE" Princess Rosalie, heiress to the throne of Romanza, goes incognito to the United States to study at Vassar. Here she falls in love with Dick Fay's picture, West Point cadet and. football hero. They meet after the Army-Navy game at which time Rosalie discovers she must return to her native land. She invites Dick to Romanza for the annual festival. Returning to Romanza, Rosalie finds that she is being forced to marry the son of the chancellor. That same day Dick arrives by air- plane. Still unaware of Rosalie's identity, he tells her that he loves her, but when he learns the real facts, he leaves her, heartbroken, and flies back to America. Soon after a revolution starts in Romanza. Rosalie as a result, re- nounces the throne and marries Dick. PICTURE of the MONTH - m Princess Rosalia (Eleanor Powell) tells her friend (Hone Massey) that she has fallen in love with e newspaper picture of Dick Fey (Nclion Fddv). Rosalie (Eleanor Powell) meets Dick (Nelsoe Eddy) without discl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

A HOME FOR TWO - Jack Wanted to Go Places but Maida Wanted a Home—What Happened? They Used Subterfuge and . Both Were the Winners in the Game of Love By MARGARET PITCAIRN STRACHAN Illustrated, by Henrietta McCaig Starrett DRIVING through the early Fall sun- shine with Jack, Maida felt perfect contentment. She looked at the small bungalows they were passing and won- dered If she and Jack would be able to have one like them. Or would they make their home a tiny apartment in the city with an adorable kitchenette for her to work in? A small sigh of pure bliss es- caped her. "Happy, Sweet?" asked Jack. He al- ways called her "Sweet" when they were alone. It had started the night he'd first danced with her, and, looking down from his 6 feet to her 5 feet 2, he'd suddenly smiled and said, "Gee, but you're sweet." "Happy!" echoed Maida. "Oh, so happy, Jack!" She put her head back on his shoulder and his arm, which was about her, tight- ened slightly. Before long the car drew up to the swimm...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

IT TOOK them but a few momenta to change Into tc^^bathlng suit* and meet again on flpmlnlature beach be- side the pool. "Jack, I taw the sweetest dishes today. They were whit* with a cluster of red cherries In the center. They'd Just match my red-and-whlte tea towels and my enamel pans with the red edge," said Mai da enthusiastically. Malda waited for Jack's comment, but ie was silent. She looked at him wist- fully. Was he dreaming again? She knew he was trying not to look Into her eyes; but after a moment he did. "Oh, Jack, why cant you give up want- ing to travel?" Malda's voice broke. How awful If she should burst into tears here at the pool with so many people about them. But the lump In her throat was so hard to swallow. "Sweet, you know I love you and I wont leave you. But why cant you put your savings with mine and the two of us go away together? We could take a tramp steamer and go around the world. Think of It! The West Indies, South America, Asia! Oh, Maida, I've just got ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

'/he Cigar Stages a Store Indian Comeback Cigar store doormen sometimes won civic fame. This bandmas- ter was voted first citizen of Cold- water. Mich. By Emily C. Davis AMERICANS who can recall life before the jazz age may admit remembering the wooden In- dian era. In those days, they can tell you, wooden Indians stood around quite ignored by science. They were just familiar figures on Main Street. Almost every cigar store that could afford it had a. silent Injun Chief or an Indian Maid—Pocahontas, of course— outside the shop door to welcome the customers. Pocahontas with a bunch of wooden cigars in her hand was the first cigaret girl. Those Indians held doorman jobs for about 200 years, and had their widest employment around 1850 to 1880. Then came the Wooden Indian depression era. Fewer and fewer were seen. But now the wooden Indians have staged a comeback in the public eye. with a new kind of dignity. They are hailed as interesting and historic ob- jects from an earlier American...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

LORETTA YOUNG Interviews LOUISE HOVICK cAbout Clothes I dropped into the wardrobe depart- ment at Twentieth Century-Fox the other day and while there I met Louise Hovick, who will soon become known as one of the screen's best-dressed women. Miss Hovick, who was brought from Broadway, was, when I met her, being fitted in an Arabian harem costume for "Ali Baba Goes to Town." Of course we started talking clothes and, I made it a point to get her views and the secret of what enables her to be stunning. Here, boiled down, is what she advised: "Simple lines, designed with an eye to the assets and liabilities of the figure, are the basis of smartness in any dress. Trick effects that catch the eye on first glance wear pretty thin after the third or fourth glance. Besides, such lines make the problem of accessories more difficult, accessories being the field where you can be more daring and extreme if you are sure of what suits your type. "The reason Continental women have such a reputation ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

OFF THE RECORD ^ ED REED "Mind If I Watch? Says She'll Be Down in a Minute—How About a Same of Chess While You Wait? "TV '>"* "Frances A.SWttTERl«4« V r. wk K j "But It Wouldn't Help Any—My First Name Is Adaml" 'Maybe There's Something to That Pied Piper Legendl" J? *Do You Suppose Your Folks Are Hinting That I Go Home?' Danger Biasing t>i

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

1/ C ■tjMr RUBBER HEELS 25< □ □ a m STUPE McLUPE and SCRATCH By Schus '■ ■ y.M# r

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 December 1937

RIALTO AN ENTHRALLING STORY OF ONE MAN'S THRILLING JOURNEY TO HAPPINESS! SUNDAY and MONDAY THE MIGHTIEST OF ALL MOTION PICTURES RONALD COLMAN in Frank Capra's Great X I SUPPORTED BY Topping All Expectations! THE MOST EXCITING SCREEN EXPERIENCE OF YOUR LIFE! PRESENTED AT REGULAR PRICES JANE WYATT JOHN HOWARD THOMAS MITCHELL M A R G O H. B. WARNER EDWARD EVERETT HORTON S T A R S U N D A Y a n d M O N D A Y The Middies March to Glory- I and in Romance . . LEW AYRES MARY CARLISLE —in— "HOLD 'EM NAVY" With JOHN HOWARD-BENNY BAKER and ELIZABETH PATTERSON HoVa LET YOUR WIFE SLEEP THESE COLD MORNINGS! Have You Cakes and Hot Coffee At The Nook Give your wife a break occasionally and eat that .'teaming hot breakfast so essential to a perfect 'day, at The Nook. ' We dasent say we can beat your wife cooking, but we guarantee our break- fasts to please the most ill-tempered appetite in Dcnisort! Chuck & Red FLASH SANTA TALKING Take my advice and get your radj^ in shape for Christmas! And by ...

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