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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 December 1937

i, WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Possible Rains Today and Tuesday; Coaler Tuesday 5 '' S 288S8888S8SS888S8S8S8S88SSi88S8SSS2SSS^8SSSSSS2SS8888S8S8« THE DENISON PRESS Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, DEC. 13th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 3S« PER MONTH \ e ; A FAST GROWING PAPER i>mvAV mv^<vAv<wv^ VOL. 4—NO. 149 } Many Buy Tickets to Dad Event More than Two Hundred are Expected at third Annual Event of Local Organiza- tion at Hotel Deniffon Here Dana Bible Is Chief Speaker Letters to be Awarded to Seventeen Jacket Mem- bers as Highlight Evening DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCfc MURRAY Reservations for more than two hundred seats have been made at the annual Dad's club banquet for the Denison high school Yellow Jackets at Hotel Denison Monday night, expected to be the largest ever given by the organization. Greater interest has been man- ifested in the annual event than any ever given, according to Dad club members, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 December 1937

xwo THE e&E&S MONDAY, DEC. loth, .1' THE DEN1SON PRESS BnUbtlahM la liM TVi«pb«u No. 10# Ijhu«4 Daily ®xo pt Bundar HSut&rQil as Baconfl Class Matter June tS, 1836 U tb« post o/tlo* at Uenlnon. Tnu under the act of M*x<\h t, 187B. Dtdkatrd to clean aud responsive government to Individual and civic lnteffrltr; to individual anr. <*n# •omiDeraui progress. BUliSlUPTlON RATES On* Week 1°' On* Month 36i Tbre* Mouths (In advance) 801 tits Itonlha (in advance) Jl.T! Cms Year (la advanoe) Jl5i BOX X4UMBEK&. Caro Denison Press will be gives ndvei tls«i deslrlnjj blind addresses. CHLAitGK ACCOUNTS are acceptable trom person* bavins folephoue Hated In tbeir own name and upor. i>*reeluK to remit when blU la preaented. 10 per cant will bo added 'on unpaid private accounts after 3<i days from date of flrat insertion. CXjOHING HOUR: Copy received by a. m. will bo published the aame day. HRROfUS The Denison Press will not be responsible- tor more than one Incorrect Inser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 13 December 1937

ft) MONDAY, DEC, 13tn, 1937 COURTS pT I FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT ) It. At. CARTER. JUDGE Divorce* Granted Tom Bullai'd vs. Mattie Bullard, divorce" granted. • J- A. Taylor vs. Kathrine Tay- lor, divorce granted and proper- ty mentioned in petition granted to plaintiff as his separate prop- erty. Canes Dismissed i Virginia Graves vs. Texas Pow- er and Light company, damages, settled by agreement. W. C- King vs. Casualty Under- writers, verdict for unstated amount for plaintiff. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAICB J. LOY. JUDGE Beer Docket j. b- Dougherty has applied tor a license to retail beer at 1319 West Houston, Sherman. THE tanxCTDjr ntE33 PaCK' thp.ee Frank Reece has applied for a license to retail bter at 122 North Travis, Sherman. Chester Greer has applied for a license as local distributor of beer at 610 East Cherry, Sherman. T. L Hudson has applied for a license to retail beer at 600 East Crockett, Sherman. Cases Disposed Merchants and Planters Nation- ul bank vs. G- T. Wood et al, sui...

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

r+a* jrooa THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, DEC. ISffi, 19 *1 — SOCIETY NOTES Giri Reserves Price of Waxahachie, Mrs. J. A. Annua! Service, Price and Miss Aline Goff. ' The bride was dressed in a Glowing candle greenery formed and hothouse an attractive 1 green crepe frock with black ac-; foreign ports landing Hither And Yon 1 WITH KEN © (9 Except for the formality, re- quired regarding dinners and so- cial functions, there is very little difference in first and tourist class aboard boat. And in many privileges Suckers For Punishment cessories. She graduated from with preferred attention at cus- background for the^ annual rec- !>'«* school in 1933 and for thi j toms offices is no longer granted ognition services of the High Past few years has been pronu-, to first class ahead of the toi'ir- nent in Rainbow Girl activities- ist group. Foreign nations, it She is now employed at the tea- seems, are becoming cognizant of School Girl Reserves Sunday af- ternoon in the gymnasium. This is the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 December 1937

i mil Will mill l Hi l / #t Is t>m I as pri- ll th re*# pwl kit* liny iwn 51 ltd V WEATHER | DENLSON AND VICINITY £ Cloudy With More Rain g or Snow; Colder Wednesday THE DENISON Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, DEC. 14th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 ggBgyaaW!i!i!ih Mi! hi Mc PSJt MONTH ; A FAST GROWING PAPER J^V,.V^VV.\VVV.^%V*\T.V*V,*VVV*%x' VOL. 4—NO. 150 HI ' Bible Tells Youths Wet Norther To "Help Each Other Hits, Kicks Score," Dad Banquet Down Temp Athletics Give Participant a Fair Start in Life, Bible Says, But it is the Finish That Makes a Champion; 200 Are Present Panhandle Feels Cold Blast as Winter Temperatures Hit There Late Monday Night; Other Areas Cold "Hit the line hard. Don't shirk, be u good competitor and pay dividends," Dana X. Bible, Uni- versity of Texas head coach, told more than two hundred football players and fans at the Dads club annual banquet at Hotel Denison Bitter Fight On Bill Seen; Backers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 December 1937

fAQM TWO THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, BEC. 14th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS Batebilahe* to ltM Telephone He. I0« Ieaue4 ZMly Bxoept Buad r Entered u Second CXasi Matter June 2S. 1036. office at I>eolaou, Texas under the •C M*roh I, 1ST*. M Um poet Dedicated to clean and reiponeive coTernmxnt: to Individual and civic integrity; to Individual and •trie commercial prorreae On* Week One Month ... Three MonUu Blx Month* One Your HUtttUUPTION RATES tfn advance) (in advance) . (In advance) . ••••••••• e.e 10c . 35c . 90c 11.75 13.6V BOX NUMBiCKs. Cars Denlaon Press will be given advertise re aealrtng blind addresses. ties for us to establish a wonderfully cred- ible show each year, there is no doubt. The agricultural, and especially the dairy- ing interests would be an important factor, with the live stock end of it offering oppor- tunities for our fanner friends. The dairying interests are just awak- ening in the southland, but as compared to some of the northern states, is still in its infa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 December 1937

WferfA?, Mc. 14th, 193 DOROTHY DARNIT THE DimnroiN raESS by Charles McManus V/HO ARE YOU'' IS IT T«u« THSr OOHT KMOW M£t LITTLE CIR.L Oo YOU KNOW WHO I AM? I I @ PACE THREE HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE |\|0«M H£AS I YVESTgOUTH ( T Hy Put Perry db >it j 1.—Why will Alfred M Lan- don not run for office of Presi- dent of the United States at the next eletcion? 2.—C. T. Mayo, traffic mana- ger for the Southwest Division of , Cheese corpora- There Is no from Alcatraz ' Pi n ' * 'A J * %■ JPf" -•;> ^ Wife1 ' 1WJ™- • ■ ' \ \ u I • IS I" 1 I £ --imafc .hi ■ Mm® ■ar ^ cicw of !/ir tailor- ing shop at Alcatraz tchere the inmatet ore taught the art of pressing. (Photo by * Wide World) <\ . Rising Sharply From the Waters of the Golden Gate, "Alcatraz Island" Takes its Place Among the Famous Islands of the World with an Historic Past Second to None and a Present Which Makes p^L ^ the Nation's Front Page News Alcatraz Isalnd, located at the portals of the Golden Gate, was first used as a pri...

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

r^McA #>U01 THE DENISON JfRJESS :uwwai «■ / r\tn/-> i/ti-i, 'QC" fl X ; 1/JUfV* A"SbIi; Ivi^l SOCIETY NOTES America's Devil Island Yuletide Music By Choral Club Woodmen Circle J ! Elect Officers Before a large and appreeia- I. tive audience, the XXI Choral Executives of 1937 were re- club' rendered Christmas music e]ected Monday night at a meet- ( from "Messiah" (Handel) Monday jng white Hose Grove No. 4,1 c.vening in the educational build- Woodmen Circle ing of Waples Memorial church. Rev. Harry Lee Virden, pastor of the St. Luke Episcopal church, read "The Christmas 'Messiah" (Handel). Mrs- Lockie Marshall Pylo. prominent music teacher of tK.s section, directed the singers and Mrs. S. V, Earnest gave piaiM accompaniment Mrs- C. W. Ganter is Chora club president. Members of the group and their positions are as follows: Sopranos—Mrs. Lute Loy, Mrs. J. McCutcheon, Mrs. Earl Ander- son, Mrs. E- F. Bemis, Mrs. L. D. Thayer, 'Mrs. C- W. Ganter, Mrs. Jack Turner, Mrs. Harry Sawyer,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 December 1937

) 9 WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY < Cloudy With More Rain I* or Snow; Colder Wednesday ^ yWWB«ag88g88888a888888a8a8888aagBaa8ggBiBgggggS8888ifc Representative United Press and International News Service. Dickey Quits Job At Sherman; Has One At Adamson THE DENISON 3So PER MONTH A PAST GROWING PAPER DENISON, TEXAS Wednesday, Dec. 15th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 | VOL. 4—NO. 151 Brilliant Record of Mentor at Grayson Coun- ty Center Since 1928 Brought to Light; May Become Head Coach at Dallas High j Leaving a trail of district cham- pionships behind him, Verde Dick- ey, coach at Sherman high school since 1928, resigned his position Tuesday to accept a better job Mayo Replaced Kraft As Traffic Head By with Adamson high school in Dal-j las, according to the Dallas Newsi today. While experts believe Dickey j will be made head coach to suc-i ceed Winton (Pop) Noah, Princi-j pal Howard A. Allen refused to j support the belief Tuedsay night. | Dickey had entered an application i f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 December 1937

faux two THE JDENISON PRES3 Wednesday, Dec. ICth, 19SM THE DENISON PRESS abllahe4 la 1IH Telephone No. 100 lau*4 Daaily Bxoapt Buoday Entored as Saoond Cla*s Matt«r June 23. 1939. At the po«t ufiloe at txanlson. Tax&x under the •at W Muroh «, 187>. Dedicated to clean and rospoaalve government: to Individual and olvlc Integrity; to Individual ana fltn« uooimitrelai proirreaa ButlSlUPTlON RATES On* Week 10c On* Month 35c Three klontba (In advance) Due Blx Months (In advance) $1.75 One Tear (In advance) $3.5u BOX NUMUKR&. Care Oealaon Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHAHGIS ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persuua having telephone listed In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 par cant will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy reoelved by 9 a. m. will b(' published the same day. fcautORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect Inse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 December 1937

iLLwteiSai "Wednesday, Dec. 15th, 1937 THE DETTisrciiv ritKSS ft Jtjtr roi IRTS | years suspended sentence on his : |>lea of guilty before u jury. King Burnett, bond forfeited FIFTEENIH DIS1. COURI H,1(j warrant ordered issued. It. M. CAR FEU. JUDGE .Jack >Gcesling, night-time burg- New Suit* Filed i lJu.y( five- years in the penitentiary Sallie May Roberts vs. Leonard hiB plea of guity- Rob^vts, divorce. Harrison Davis vs. C- B. Fran- cis, injunction and $1,500 dam- ages. ; i to Denison, $250, Dec 11. •Merchants and Planters N*.' tional Bank of Sherman to J. J- Catron, north. 25 feet of lot R, block 6, origiaal town plat of Sherman, and undivided half-In- terest in part of lot 3, block 5, i Joaquin Miller, who wrote i «.ocn„ 0r the Sierras" and oth^r j 0. C. Wylie, Fort Worth, Ply-' poems, was cremated when he mouth sedan. | died, and his ashes taken to the J. L- SumiAitt, Whitesboro, Sierras and scattered in the wind. Chevrolet sedan HI The South African Broadcasting coropor...

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

1 ' i t, ■1 Wednesday DEN WON was r*IM FOUR YEARS AGO (Continued from Page X) j Petty is a highly respected gentle - I man and honeat in all his trans- actions. started out of Dexter on the Den-j ison road. A quarter of a mile' out, they met a man mounted oft the horse they were in search of.' In an instant two number sixes at j full cock were leveled at his head j and the command given to throw up his hands. The man proved to be John j Petty, traveling agent for D. W. C. Davis. Judging from the ap- pearance of the men before him. he had fallen among desperate characters, he did as directed and submitted to a search without a murmur, thankful he was not shot down on the spot. As the 'High waymen' didn't pay any attention to his pocket book, while going through him for weapons it slow- ly dawned on him that there was some misunderstanding. He made known who he was, when he was recognized by Mr. George. "Mr. Petty says from the way Mr. Jordan used cuss words when| HOW WELL DO YOU 1 KN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 December 1937

. IM ■ .<• WEATHER D£NISON AND VICINITY Partly Ciouriy Friday with Rising Temperatures 1 THE DENISON Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 U< rut MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER j "voir 4—NOr~152 Cop Stops To Investigate Strange Car; Woman Driver Bangs Up Both at Once Support Is Given 10 Point Organizes Texas Birthday Balls You van look over two sub- and brought their car to a halt piciouti men in a parked car and in front of the strange machine. | nothing will probably happen, but] A woman, traveling toward the^ let a woman loose with an auto- group, allowed her car to get out mobile and anything can and from under control. The jugger- does happen, probably, muses naught smashed into the patrol j Louis Winchester, Deftison city car, then bounced off, striking program ;s Inaugurated Aa patrolman, as he stays at home Winchester and crashing into the1 Solon# Take Step to Pull nursing a badly b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 December 1937

PAQA TWO THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, DEC. 1G, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS BaUtbUlrhvd la 1*M No. I0« ImuN Daily Bzoept Bundaj correspondence school with any other na- - M i U. tion, especially while the student shows no' growing disposition to learn from its past | mistakes. „ | m§ THIS PAGE FOR YOUR DAILY i^Pfc m$■: Bntored jm Second Clusi Mutter June 2J, 1936 the poat office at Denison. Texan under the act vt Maroh *, 1M . Dedicated to clean and responsive sovernment to Individual aad civic Integrity; to Individual ana rfne tommcrtui proirreaa. U U BAitXPTlON BATBS On* Week 10 . One Month 36<' Three Months ' (In advance) 9(lc fclU Months (in advance) $1.7'' One Year (In advance) (3.5j BOX NUMlUJRa Care Dentaon preeu will be give-' advertiae< a dealrlng blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from pereuu- bavli'K telephone Hated in tbalr own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounta after 30 days from date ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 December 1937

■ • ■ asiu- . . THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1937 THE Dsnrsaiv rKESS PACE (TIREE COURTS 0 FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suits Filed Nuville 'Huff vs. Texas and Pa- cific railroad, damages- Johnnie Bennett vs. Missouri- Kansas-Texaa Ilailroad company, of Texas, damages. Ronnie Breeden vs. Kansas-Texas Railroad of Texas, damages. J. D. Bennett vs. Kansas-Texas Railroad company of Texas, damages. Case* Disponed Evelyn Evana et vir vs. Harry C. Taylor, plaintiff's motion to dismiss a non-suit overruled be- cause a cross-action has been filed. Appealed to court of civil appeals for fifth supreme judicial district of Dallas. • J- W. Swindle vs. Alfred Stin- son, et al, ft-y title and possession of five tracts of land in Grayson county , default judgment for plaintiff. Virginia Groves et vir vs. Texas Power and Light company, dam- ages. Dismissed after out-of-court settlement of $1,750- E. Stafford, Greenville. I Frank Waggoner and Iv«ma Gibson, 'Madill, Okla. Quilen survey, <10 ...

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

. mj MM! llWliWWi rM« iruuA THE DEM ISON JPKISa SOCIETY NOTES Demonstration Car Coming Miss Harris Is Bride Wednesday Dorcas Class Has Delightful Fete Mr. and Mrs. L. C- Harris, 321 West (Munson street, announce ^ most delightful pre-Christmv>;,| the marriage of their daughter, party was given Tuesday at the ( Miss Margaret Harris to Carl • home of Mrs- H. F. Bledso*, 631! Campfbell, son of C- E. Carapbeli. The nuptials took place at 6:30 p. m. Wednesday in the South Side Christian church, with Rev. <3. C. Minor officiating at the Ting ceremony. i The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a navy blue ensemble with matching acces- sories. Mr. Campbell was attend- ed by his father. Prefacing the ceremony, Mrs. Ben Hearn sang "I Love You Truly," accompanied at the organ by Marion Lyle, who later played the Lohengrin's Wedding "Mara1!. West Chestnut street when twen- j ty-two members of the Dorcas i Daughters Class, First Baptist j church, were entertained. ( The yuletide m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 December 1937

Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, DEC. 17th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 19SU— DAILY 1934 VOL. 4-NO. 153 |.D State Drenched By Rains But Shoppers Busy More Than Three Inches of Rain Falls in Denison During Rainy Period This Week; Clear But Colder Weather Is Forecast Escape-Proof Myth Is Exploded DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCfc MURRAY Clear but colder weather pre-1 tically the entire state was drench- vailed today after more than j ed during the same period. four days of soaking rain that At Dallas rainfall totaled 1.79 fell almost continuously but fail- inches Thursday that kicked the ed to add a great deal to the) year's record to 32 inches. Ap- yoar's precipitation total. Prac- proximately, 3 inches fell in Deni- son this week, a check at the B. J. Lindsay gauge revealed. Thtfrsday here a heavy down- pour failed to divert shoppers who sought Christmas presents with businessmen reporting fairly good business during the period, j However...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 December 1937

I>A<1*I TWO THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, DEC, lltll, THE DENISON PRESS ■aUbLUhMI la 1(M T*i«T>h«u* N®. SO® Umu*4 LMltj Bxoept Sunday Hbatered u Second Class Matter Julie 21, 1838. mt Ibe post ottic* at Oeniaon, T«xas under the act •< Maroh t, 187*. Dedicatc-d to cl«an and responsive rovoroment to individual and civic Integrity; to individual ana sTr e toiuoHtrMu progress BUlMiiUmiON HATES Ou Week 10c On* Monui 35< Three Mentha (In advance) blx Months (in advance) |1.7 > One Tear (In advance) $3.5u BOX NUUHKSR&. Cars Denison Press will be given advertise! a daslrlng blind aUdreswea. CHJUtU i; ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person- having telephone Hated In tbeir own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill 1* presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounta after Su days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HCUR: Copy received by I a. m. will b< published the same day. KRRORS The Denlaon Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect In...

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

FRIDAY, DEC. : 17th, 1037 . THE DEnraow rKESfs . W' TAG P. THRITR COURTS « FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT U. Al. CARTER. JUDGE New SuiU Filed Annie Newman vs- Marshall Newman, divorce- Elugio Aileman vs. Texas an.I l'aeific railroad, $7,500 damages for injuries received when a steel rail was dropped on his foot June 22. lie was an employee of the railroad. G. P. Reagan vs- Texas Em- ployers Insurance association, workmen's compensation. Virginia Welch vs. Joe Welch, divorce. Bessie Coonrod vs. W. W. Coon- road, divorce. Charlie Randall vb- F. W. Wool- worth company, damages- Divorce* Granted 1 Juanita Williams ivs. 1Rieha',d Charles Williams, divorce grant- ed, and maiden name of Juanita Foreman, restored. Ant The Worst Is Yet To Come > ■— -J THAT* E-NOUai*!- IDONT WANT TO HEAR ANY EXCUSES - I TOLD "♦'OU WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF I CAU&HT ■tou FIGHTING AGAIN —— WHEN WE GET HOnt • IHPKESS OH YOUR MIND THAT WHEN A THINU I Mt AM >T-'.!®?v^ Realty Transfers Mrs- A. N- Horning to T. D. Green...

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

r*«Ni root THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, DSC. 17tb, 1837 SOCIETY NOTES Love On The Range Couple Celebrate 64th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green, 1028 West Chestnut street, el- derly couple beloved by their neighbors and hundreds of other friends, are celebrating their six- ty-fourth wedding anniversary to- day. They were married Dec. 17. 3 873 in Denton- Mrs. Green was raised in McKinney while he was reared in Missouri and retired interest in every occurrence in the community. • LUTHER HARE CAMP AND AUXILIARY TO HAVE INSTALLATION I Officers of the Luther Hare camp Spanish-American war vet- erans and auxiliary were elected recently. Installation will be held Jan. 3 it is announced. Elected officers for the camp are: The Rev. E- F. Williams of Denison, commanderWayne C- from duty at the Katy shops sev- shearer of Sherman, senior vic-i iral years ago. They were the commander; W. C. Everett of parents of five chidren, three of whom are living, namely, Jame* Green of Dallas, Jesse of Gr...

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