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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY g Slightly rising temperatures today and Sunday 5 tfa&s«88s8iss$2i88sisigassmasseixamas* THE DENISON K Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, DEC. 18, 1937 WEEKLY POUNDED 1980 —DAILY 1934 SS. PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER rsMwaar VOL. 4—NO 154 TWO HOUR PARKING LIMIT IS PUSHED BY CITY OFFICERS Pair Still Missing At FederalPen It's Peanuts, But Old Landmark Of Denison Must Go Says Council Mayor Scott Tells Commissioners Friday An- swer to Parking Problem Here Lies Wholly In Parking Meter installations Enforcement of the two hour officers following action taken by parking limit in the business dis-i the city commission Friday after- trict was started today by city noon. The action was taken after commissioners learned Denison business men would ask it during the Christmas holidays. While the Retail Merchants as- sociation, originators of the move- ment, have not formally, presented it to the council for pas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

rAQB TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS SATURDAY, THE DEN1SON PRESS Battbllabed la 1*M Taiepheue No. go* InuM Daily Bxoept Bunduy Kntervil as Saoonrt Clasa Matter June 23, 1(34. at the poat office at Denlaon, Texas under the tot *t March M, 187*. Dedicated to clean and reaponaive government to tadlTlduai and olvle Integrity; to Individual ano dvi| oummerela progTeaa. MU UAR1PTION RATES One Week One Monti) ... Three Months Bix Month* One Tear lOi ■ ti*********!****"*1***'**"*1' SSc <ln atlvanoe) ®Ul (in advance) I'-f' (in advance) H.5' BOX NUMiiKKb. Care Daulaon Preas will be given idvertluui s desiring blind addreaoee. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from perauu* having telephone Hated in their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill i preaented. 10 par cam will bo added on unpaid private accounta after 30 day* from date of flrat insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by a. m. will b< pubiiahed the same day. ERRORS The Deniion Preaa will not be responsible tor more than one Incorrect ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

* Jui SATURDAY, DEC. 18, 1937 THE Dehejcji* rtUESS PAGE TBREB Anc The Worst Is Yet To Come ® HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE JUOH I'll J7 AST WESTgOIJTII T Uy Put Perry itesday? 3—A BOMion held Friday p. political party? morninj? at Sherman for all su-| perinten dents, principals and coaches of District five high schools was for what purpose? 4-—The British government 'has csnt a note to Japan, de- manding what? directing committee of the G. O#: Deniso/i 6—Why has the government commission on coal prices turned down t'he new price deal proposed by bituminous coal producers? 0.—What is the class of men that has been named on the now i 1.—Who is the Denisonian that was among twenty-eight fretfhmen football players lettering at Tex- as A. and M- College this season? 2.—What was the cause of the six-car Katy freight derailment of train No- 275, manned by a DenU son crew, north of Terrace Wed w Just Kuds m SAY WUAIE *IKT ,t OtS«iuST rV HOW UlRV-5 HA. COT TER TLA"* SCMOOU OH SAYU8PW WKtW tHtY HA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

r*«tfi worn THE DENISON PRKSS SATURDAY, DEC. 13,1^1 —^ftrr SOCIETY NOTES Presbyterian Yule Cantata includes communion; dedication of white gifts to the King; cali i'or consecration of life to Jesus and benediction. late Mrs. Joe Colona ensued. Marshalls and chancellor Batson participated as Miss Sweeney sang "The Old Rugged Cross" Refreshments were sewed after- ward. Plans were made for a Christ- mas party next week in the home of Mrs. Capelle, 908 West Main. The exact date will be announced later. Installation of officers is sched - uled for the third Friday in Jan-1 uary. LOVING PAIR m Bette Davis and Leslie Howard are 1 co-starred in "It'3 Love I'm After" The choir of First Presbyterian church will give a Christmas can- tata Sunday afternoon at 5 o'- First Methodist clock under direction of Mrs. M. _ T. Bronstad. Mrs. S'- V. Earnest 1 O VJlVC VyJUltcltci is organist. J JOANNE CRAWFORD The program is as follows: |* The First Methodist Episcopal PARTY HONOREE ON Organ Prelude—''Cra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

The denison Press WEEKLY SECTION ffCTIClr COMICS "opyriflil 1037 bjr Independent Publisher#, New York City WEEK—DECEMBER 19, 1937 ROD mil AN Yw«l* PCVIU AM •UXMNO AROUMP U* i(KI A OUNCM ©PHORHSTI.OKIY Wil AW MORI PAMQKROt/f ? * W|*U HAVE TO OrOUR PATH. HAVE THE GUN* ftAMtPi* Sj OF THE 5Ky POLICE li i, PAUl #J£PSOH £ wit1. Tk iwfrwiot ATTACK MONTHS QONt l! Th« OWIftm UlTRA X-RAV oukrt Anr PROJECTEO fPOM TWCm WOIMQ PLACf$ MTTU tt Well .1 tier MlMY* too REAcuji omc OP we MFPUIHAN SHIP) W(TV 441* y-RAvouM AMO BXA1TS IT FROMTOStKY *PftUT ONB.WMIC.Mi M OUTDIM-ANCTS ROIHH BHIP AHO RACTi TO INFORM nninahimc^^^H / m * (■no I CONTINUES) UIJL

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

JANE ARDEN Reg. U S Patent Ofcc# by Wonlc Barrett and Itussell E. Ross you've had good luck as a . i^acket busteejane- now I'm going id sef you after! tavern teri2/1 troop/ S "THIS HIS PICTURE f ifm yes-they call him taveien tekf^y because he swindles hotels— i've been tipped off that he's t2egistet3ed at the metrdpole 1m oki my way- i'llsee what i can do.' I KNOW HIS GAME AND WHEI^EHE IS- NOW rrfe UP TO ME TO CATCH HIM IN THE ACT- THAT^ THE ONLY WAY TO FRTCME. A CASH.' a local bank eh ?ill have fhone them- c an you oh-oh - • thetees my man- and he s cashing a check, ' i'll be set to gf3vb okayfuianks him if he starts very much / het^e you are-<50r3ey .you had .to wait/ OHMKNCW YOU HAVE TO BE. "the check was good-' but if hes a hot check O this isnt '•as simple as ith0u6ht- but i'll keep following him until i find out what rr$ all about/ that was easy— now ^ell see this one

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

Th£ punrrans' FIRST CHRISTIT By Henry W. Lawrence Professor of History and Political Science, Connecticut College SINCE the founders of New England are commonly regarded as the in- ventors of Thanksgiving Day and the cordial haters of Christmas Day, it is a bit strange to find evidence which seems to show that the Plymouth Pilgrims had a Christmas celebration in America before their first Thanks- giving Day feast. Maybe their first little celebration was more or less accidental, and should be blamed on the carelessness of the captain of th6 Mayflower, because just a year later the governor of Plymouth promptly and firmly squashed another attempt at holding Christmas festivities. Here is what the records show. Early in November of 1620 the May- flower had sighted Cape Cod. It lingered in Cape Cod Bay while the coast was being explored, and oh December 25 work was begun on the first house to be built for common use. Most of the passengers, however, were still on board ship, and on thi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

- * j: « ——' CI DINOSAUR BONES them were the strata in which the dino- saur bones were sandwiched; they final- ly came to stand at an angle ot 80 degrees—just a little back-slope from the vertical. How much of the dinosaur layer was exposed to the weathering of ages and so lost, fossils and all, ean never be known. But the part that is left is a veritable Bonanza of bones—waiting to be mined. For the "cliff" of fossils which Bar- num Brown's enthusiasm and tenacity is changing from dream into reality is a buried cliff. You have to dig down and clear away the other rock layers from in front of it to get at it. The sculptors take an existing cliff and carve faces and figures upon it. The scientist has to make his cliff first; but the pat- terns for the sculpture will be on it when he gets it dug out. Dinosaur bones were first dug at this Photo copyright by American Museum of Natural History. Apatosaurs, or brontosaurs—a type abundantly represented in Dinosaur National Monument deposit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

I m Solving /he Problem of Whether WIVES ■■ SHOULD WORK Here's a question which society can't be expected to answer, but must be decided by the individuals concerned, says a noted expert on home management—but there are definite rules to follow if the working wife and husband expect to make a go of it 31 IN these days of quick and easy— and numerous—divorces, it is al- ways easy to start an argument about marriage. And one of the most debated questions pertaining to matrimony is, "Shall a woman work after marriage?" There are a number of reasons why a girl may feel that it is necessary for her to continue her work. One is that girls in college do not train primarily for homemaking but are educated for professions and other occupations, just as are men students. Another reason is plain economic necessity. Many young people have had to shoulder financial obligations and responsibilities in their own families during the last few years. Often, young women will not let the men they inten...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT CHRISTMAS A Little Blue Vase and a Ragged Urchin Furnished a New Theory About Santa Claus THE mahogany clock on the oyster- white bookcase was striking 5 as Mar- 1 garet entered her front door. She hur- ried across the living room and deposited her bundles upon the davenport. Then she pulled off her perky little black hat- bargain basement, price $1.95—and with eager fingers unwrapped a transparent blue glass vase and held it in a ca- ressing grasp. It was only three days until Christmas and she shouldn't have bought it, of course, with all the things there were to get in the next two days. But she would tell Keith to consider it his present to her. She was sure he had not yet se- lected a gift for her, as she knew he was expecting to make some good collections before the 24th and would doubtless do some eleventh-hour shopping. Margaret had glimpsed the vase in Parker's Gift Shop window among sev- eral enchanting bits of Venetian glass, as she was hurrying by...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

in me miuuiy ui a uwumiu routine for a look at the vase would provide a more pot stimulant than any highball ever fu^Hed a tired busi- ness man. "And tews," she said to herself, "I ^ph an occasional pick-me-up." At 5:30 she telephoned Keith to stop at the day nursery for Betty. After she had hung up the receiver she realized with a sinking heart that Keith's voice had sounded flat and very, very discour- aged. She did hope that nothing more than usual had gone wrong at the store. But, she thought, a little bitterly, re- sentfully even, as she hurried back to the pretty, spotless kitchen, something doubtless had. Oh, if only Keith had not given up his position with the Jar- son people and gone into business for himself. She hadn't wanted him to sur- render the security and dependableness of the substantial salary he had been getting. But he had brushed aside her scruples. Impatiently. Intolerant even, of her opinion. What did she know of business? he had demanded. Besides, a man had ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

House That Talks Prevents Crime TTOW many times iave you read this story? A man goes out and leaves his wife and baby daughter alone in the house. He has left them alone many times before and nothing has happened. But this time, when he returns, he finds the battered body of his' wife on the floor, his baby bru- tally murdered and all his valu- ables stolen. Some time, while h« was away, the doorbell rang and his wife went to answer it, un- aware of the horror that lay be- yond the threshold. If only there had been some way for her to ask who was there before she opened it. But she didn't think of that for she was quite sure it was some friend dropping in for a visit. This time, however, it was a stranger, perhaps a maniac, perhaps an escaped convict or a sex-slayer. But regardlesr of the details the real causes of trag- edies of this type are always the ■ame. If only women had some way of learning the identity of their callers before opening the door they and their children would b...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

*p s *'gp**pg KATE SMITH SEES POP MUSIC IN RETROSPECT Lanny Rott . . . tinging to him it a man-shed job. LIFE OF RADIO SINGER NO BED OF ROSES The life of a radio tenor isn't just a lark, according to Lanny Ross, star of the Hollywood Mardi network Tuesday evenings at 9:30 p. m., E.S.T. In spite of the glamor that is supposed to accompany a singing career, he says, there are plenty of little-known restrictions. "First of all," says Lanny, "a radio singer must take his most valuable possessions—his voice— with him at all times. He can't check it at the door like a violin or a comedian's brief case. "A radio jester can take a 13- week vacation during the summer and return to the air with the same funny delivery and a script that's just as clever as ever. But if a tenor let his voice go for a similar period, he'd have some trouble in getting his option picked up in the fall. He must practice every morning—even take frequent lessons from a voice coach to keep in trim. Diet, too, is impor...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

"vr 1 OFF THE RECORD ^ ED REED . .■■■■! , . ■ ■ I ■! t • \ " ' I PMR "His Wife Always Has to Kiss Him Where He Gets Hurt!" "I'm Doing A Little Commercial on foe Side!" m 'I Tell Ya This Safe Was Planted on Me!" He Says He Was in the Pretzel Business. « DOWM DOWN WlfH EtfEVfTNMS w/irri fHl5 DOWN wiTri C-VeRVTrtlMG & III III I hi "Could I Interest You in the Little Gem Carpet Sweeper?"

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

J a ( HERE'S YOUR SANTA '/) (CLAUS SUfT- HURRY-/"V to r/ S THE BOYS ARE ALL WNSTA1RS. £ BROUGHT THE LAUNDRY STUPE McLUPE By Schus

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 December 1937

RIALTO SUNDAY- MONDAY and TUESDAY STAR PREVUE SATURDAY NIGHT Also SUNDAY and MONDAY A GRAND AND GLORIOUS PEPPER-UPPER! STARRING BENNETT fl i"Y 'v Y O U N G f fi'S-B I L L I E B U R K Ej§ l,ir ALAN MOWBRAYT EUGENE PALLETTE A Metro-Gcldwyn-Mayer Picture ■hi. ALSO THESE FEATURETTES OUR GANG in SPOOKEY HOOKY PETE SMITH'S PENNY WISDOM" EXTRA! ADDED! i Q8 SYE^I SAILOR smjuuttL, AIS OAEAS 40 THIEVES Paramount News A DENNY COIFFURE FOR NEW ALLURE LET YOUR WIFE SLEEP THESE COLD MORNINGS! Have Your 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 Denison! Chuck & Red H Radio Hospital Low Charge* All Work Guaranteed Phone 243 1014 W. CRAWFORD Wayne Penson—W. Cochrane Phone 8 1 8 629 W Main New Stylet For The Holiday Season Whether you want a simple coiffure or an indivi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 December 1937

I '■ 1 .t ' ■ m ,Ca gBK!^ WEATHER I DENISON AND VICINITY Jj Colder Monday Night and Tuesday { Generally Fair K % THE DENISON Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, DEC. 20th, 1937 WEEKLY POUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 * U. PER MONTH A EAST GROWING PAPER VOL. 4—NO. 155 I Renew Air Attacks On Barcelona STATE GAME TO BE PLAYED AT DALLAS Officers Watch For Christmas Business Is Marty Persons are Killed as Rebel Planes Drop Lethal Death from Airwiayp; Hospitals are Bombed Loyalists In Decisive Win Franco's Big Military Push i Is Momentarily Stopped as Rebel Hold is Threatened Several Cities Bid for Site of State Playoff between Wichita Falls and Longview, But Space of Cotton BowlDecides the Issue DALLAS—Longview and Wich- Saturday, Christmas Day, at 2:30 ita Vails representatives mutually p. m agreed Sunday to play their In- cerscholastic league football cham- pionship game in the Cotton Bowl Prisoners OnUpgrade Government Men Strengthen Denison Store...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 December 1937

rA.UK TWO THE DENISON MONDAY, DEC. 20th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS BMtbUiM la liM telephone No. IM Ueued ENklly Sxoti t Sunday fQiiter«d aa Second Cl&fts Matter June 25. 1936. at the poet olllce at Deolaon. Texan under tb« aot oC Maroh «. 187*. Dedicated to clean and responsive *ov«rum«nt. to Individual and otvlc Integrity; to individual ana ctvie commercial progreae. BUUftiUiTION RATE3 On* W«ek •••••••••••••••*«..*•••«• 1 On* Month 36c Tliree Months (in advance) ®0t Biz Month* (in advance; $1.7! One Tear (In advanuv) |S.l. BOX NUMBIfiKA. Car* Denison Press will be *lve; advertise: • aeelrlu* blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persou- havlti* felephone listed in their own name and upoi. agreeing to remit wben bill la presented. 10 par cant will be added on unpaid private accounts after So days from date of flrat Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by t a. in. will be published the aame day. HKHOES The Dcnlaon Press will not be responsible for more than one Inco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 December 1937

MONDAY, DEC. 20th, 19S7 THE iHETvzatm rKESS fAGE rHJiSf \ i ifyi . .. ■ .. . • • ■. ■ •; ;'S$ MAKE |T A yi/letty C Ltistnias EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR FOR MOTHER - GIVE HER A BEAUTIFUL, LABOR-SAVING mjtoimic ens rongf THE MOST DESIRED — THE £/'/{/ OF A LIFETIME Glittering knick-knacks won't do for Mother! What she wants, and really needs, is easier work, more leisure! And what gift would be more helpful, more labor-saving than a spark- ling automatic gas range? Today's gas range, with its many extraordi- nary features of convenience, is a wonder- worker in easing mother's never-ending work of daily meal preparation. One makes all cooking operations surer, easier. There's a new high-speed grill that broils' in practically half the time. Automatic oven heat control puts an end to oven-watching. Simmer burners provide the exact heat needed instantly. Insulation of oven keeps heat inside to do more cooking on same amount of gas. These and many more features will be a delight to mother every...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 December 1937

f. • r,vV a pHi rAttt rou* THE DENISON PliESS MONDAY, DEC. 20th, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Miss Hale Bride T In Sunday Rites •I Miss Virginia Hale, daughter i of Mrs. Charles Panneil Hale of Columbia, Mo., became the bride of Kenneth B- Foreman, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Foreman of Orange, Sunday at 4 p. m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David G- Platter, 1106 West Sears street. Rev. D E- Hawk, pastor of Wa- ples Memorial church, officiated, j The bride, given in marriage by Comments Ot A Movie Fan p> (i "Il' Love I'm After'—vrom a story by Maurice Hanline with screen play by Casey Robinson. Directed by Archie L. Mayo- and released by Warner Bros. The cast—Leslie Howard, Betto Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Eric Blore, George Barbier, Patlic gia Caine, Veda Ann Borg, Bo- nita Granville, Valerie Bergerc, E. E. Clive, Thomas Pogue, Sarah Edwards, Harvey Clark and Grace Fields- her cousin, Mr. Platter, was dres3- Knowles, Spring Byington, Geor- cd in a white frock with a julict cap of pearls. H...

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