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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 December 1937

k\ f/ 9k-j ■r> Id It# B<- 0 ip in * m )N WWrtW « WEATHER ♦1 DENISON AND VICINITY j; Fair today and Wednesday, Warmer Temperatures J - :: ;; THE DENISON PRESS SBa PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER 8 ^^^v^^a^^wAStfissa^ssjaaaspst1 Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, DEC. 21st, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 156 SPECULATION ON Requisition AIRPLANE MOVES iFor Alleys Is Received WASHINGTON— Considerable speculation is connected with the sudden dispatch to San Diego of nine battle planes ordered to as- Per Capita Payment Is Sent Here Check for $10,000 is Recciv- ed by |Schjool System as Part of Annual Allocation A second per capita installment was received from the state de- partment at Austin by the Deni- son public schools Monday after- noon, according to a report read the school board Monday night by Superintendent B. McDaniel. Mr. McDaniel said the check was for $10,857, bringing the to- tal payments to $7 for the 1937...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 December 1937

PAUS two — ——— —• — . n >1 II ma uamawii x TUESDAY, DEC. 21st. 1037 THE DENISON PRESS ■•Ubilaba* Lb 1 M IWfptwM No. 100 ! ■<>•« ffculy «Uc pt Bundur Sutured an Beoond Clan* Matter June 18, 1*M <U the poat officii at Denison, T«*a« under th«> act wt Maroh 8, 187*. Dedicated to clean and reapouaive government t« Individual and civic Integrity: to Individual an.) gtvte eommereia. proareaa UU KU TlON BATES One Week One Month Three" Month* (In advance) hlx Month* (in advance) Ou* Tear (In advance) ........ l®1 «• *! W*" •«' $u ...... J BOX NUMiiLtftA. Care Denlaon Press will be give advertlaera deelnnu blind addfeasea. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable trom pefHwui ha vine telephone Hated In tbelr own name and upoi. nDMlng to remit when blU la preaeuted. 10 per cent will bo added on unpaid private account* after 80 days trom date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by a. m. will b< published the aaiue day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 December 1937

a.. TUESDAY, DEC. 21st, 1937 THE Imnvrorjrf rKBHS PAGE THREE COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT K. M. CAKTEH. JUDGE Caioi Dismissed E- H. Thomas et ul vs. W. W. Bell, et al, to try title and pos- session; judgment for plaintiff. Marriage Licenses I Ralph Franklin and Mrs. Euiti Sikcs, Whitesboro. Lloyd Wright and Genevieve Fatlhree, Gainesville. George M. Calvert and Jewell Riley, Muskogee, Okla. T. F. Durham and Mrs. Lela Frances Johnson, McKinney. I Charleg B. Mauk and TOidred Lewis, route 2, Denison. ' Eugene McMillin and Beulah Brown, Whitewiight. i A. P. Crafton and llazel Pence, Stephenville. Henry Bangs and' Mrs. Idi Hooker, Sherman. Elmer Dillion and Mildred Mc- Daniel, Seminole, Okla. Earl Lassiter and Delorav Bur- leson, Anna. K. B Reid and France8 Smith, Sherma n. Automobile Registrations J. A- Olson, Sherman, Chevro- let sedan- Harry Hudgins, Sherman, Ford coupe. W. T. Bonner, Sherman, Chev. rolet coupe- Realty Transfer* Grace Vivian Hack to Mrs. Ma. mie Crutchfield, part of l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 December 1937

r*tta #00* Tins niumsoN press TUESDAY, DEC. 21st, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES R. rell, Eric Elore, Etienne Girudot, Frank M. Thomas, Donald Meek and Pierre Watkin. Business Women Yuletide Dinner Henry Etter, of the Citizen3i National Bank and Ralph Porter of the State National bank were featured speakers at the Christ- mas dinner of Dcnison Business j and Professional Women's club Monday evening at Hotel Denison. 'Mrs. L- T. Kretsinger presided ond Miss Eva Bond introduced the speakers. Miss Robena Yeac- er had charge of the program. The club study of "Our j Town's Business" was developed along banking matters. Mr. Etter spoke of loans and how they were secured. Mr. Porter told of or-j ganizing a bank and Its varied functions. - Prefacing the talks. Miss Mar-' guerite Newton, violinist and Mrs. Beatrice Burrus, pianist, render- ed |Shubert's Serenade, "Mine lAione" and "Silent Night." Mrs- Foy Jennings and Miss Dorothy Neill were received into membership during a short bus?' tiess session. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 December 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Probable S'nowers With Lower V* Temperatures Thursday « THE DENISON ftupresentative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS WED, DEC. 22nd, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 193U—DAILY 1934 3S« PER MONTH & * c a «t nnnwiMr. papfji VOL. 4—NO. 157 Weather Places Damper on Y ule Purchases Here Colder Weather is Predicted for Denison and Vicinity Wednesday Night. Coming From Edges of Canadian Borders and Dakotas Investigate Death Film Star Today Ted Healy, Comedian Who Died Suddenly in Los An- geles After Alleged Fight At Hollywood Previously! United States Preparing Greatest Defense Movements Since War, Authorities Indicate PRESIDENT CHARGES PSYCHOLOGY IS USED 'Colder weather is expected to, hit Denison late Wednesday com- ing down from the Canadian bor-' der where temperatures fell far' DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULC1S MURRAY • c, December 22, 1875 The weather was so uni'avor-: able Tuesday night that Peak Fam j ily, Swiss Bell Ringers, did n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 December 1937

fA«a TWO THE DENISON PRESS WED, DEC, 22nd, ISfi? m Mrt>nnn t rtMl^nn iru. ULTIL3UW rRC- Batabltsbkd la XtM IW«>bwM No. to* ImuM Dally Bsoapt Bunduy Batorod aa geoond 01a«s Matter Juno J J. WJC at Uu rati office at Deal son, T«xas under the aet *t March «, 187*. Dedicated to clean and responsive govern men i to tedlTiduai and elvlc Integrity: to Individual ano otTtai eouioiiereuk progress. HUIUIIUPTION BATES On* Week One Month .. Three Months Bli Months One Tear ■ IIIIIM Iiiimm Mtf (Ma • •••••• 1®( Sot (in advance) 9'Ji (in advance) $1.7 (in advamce) $1.5 BOX NUMBliaus. Care Deulaon Press will be glvei advertiser* desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from peraun- bavins telephone listed in their own name and upoi agreeing to remit when bill is presented. 10 per cetu will be added on unpaid private accounts after 80 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy rocelved published the same day. by 9 a. m, will b< HKROKS The Denlson Press will not be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 December 1937

WED, DEC. 22nd, 193 THE "blciNKSWf FKKSS ARE YOU ONLY A- HREE-QUARTER WIFE? COURTS 19 MEN. because they arc men. can never understand a three- quarter wife—aw Ifo who la all love and kindnena three weeks In a ■uontb and a hull cat the rest of Uut time No matter how your back aches —how your nurvos scream—don't take It out on your liunhand. For three generations one woman tax told another how to go "smll- Ing through" with Lydla E. Pink bain's Vegetable Compound. It helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessening the discomforts from the functional disorders which womon must endure in tho three ordeals of life: 1. Turning from girlhood to womanhood. 2. Pro- , paring for motherhood. 8. Ap- proaching "middle age." Don't be a three-quarter wife, take LYDIA K PINK HAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND and Go "Smiling Through," FIFTEENTH D1ST. COURT It M. CARTEIl. JUDGE New Suits Filed Maude Vicry ats W. S. Short, partition. Asthma Cause Fought in 3 Minutes By dissolving and removing mucus or 1 phlegm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 December 1937

r*oa room THE DKNISON PRESS * WED. DEC. 22nd, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Marionette Show Is Given Tuesday, Peabody school contributed aj lovely Marionette show to holiday! activities Tuesday aftei'noon aur!; evening, with capacity crowds re ceived on both occasions. The program opened with mus- ic of Bethlehem by the choir, un-, der direction of Miss Birdie Julia Smitfh. Richard Edmiston pro- sided as master of ceremonies an-lj introduced a ballet number by, Jean Pindale, Patsy Eyer, Ar- lenna Ray Cullar, Wanda Lou Mil- burn, Lora Lee Turner, Diannij S'mallwood, Barbara June Ingram, Jean Hosford and Patsy Hun':.1 Mary Ann McMillin gave a solo dance. Climaxing the evening _ was a play "On Christmas Eve," Riven in three scenes. Characters in- cluded C- P. Hicks as Santa Clausj Byrdene 'Moore as Virginia; Eliz- abeth Homer as Christmas Spirit;! Joyce Bridges as Hazel; Jame*. Smiers as Harry; Billie Holt its' Borwnie Strong; Jack Russel1, j Brownie Handy; David feimms as; Red Cap; Arthur Benedi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 December 1937

.. .~r«ifci2rs 1' I WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Probable Ruins Friday; Slightly Cooler jj? 1 JHLHi '■kirn U>JtL ^ I I (L Mi 19 n L^j laWlN PRESS Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS THURS. DEC. 23rd, 1937 WEEKLY POUNDED 1980— DAILY 1934 Uc PER MONTH $ A FAST GROWING PAPER I IwH Aya&8!iiiMiiiii aeaaaaaaI VOL. 4—NO~ 158 BRITAIN PROTESTS; 3100 Toys MAKES SIXTEENTH To Be Given ^^^^BHHHHBNeedy Kids LONDON—The Japanese gov- tal of sixteen protests lodged eminent is confronted with still against the Japanese government another protest, this time again recently. from Great Britain, making a to- DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCl? MURRAY December 23, 1875 Mr. Cook, proprietor of the gro- cery store opposite the Live Drug store, has a pair of buck horns' by Great Britain to Hong Kong It is charged that a Japanese vessel fired on and seized a Chi- nese customs vessel on the 11th of this month. Informed sources in- dicate the Japanese vessel to hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 December 1937

THURS. DEC. tUM DEKiSGK TWO TH THE DEN1SON PRESS B<ubll>ht4 la UN T«irphoQ« No. 10* (aau«4 Daily Bzoapt Sunday Knterod as 8«o<ufl Class Matter June II, 1#36 at the port ottlce at doiumuii, Texa* uud«r the •ujt of kliu-ch K, 1871. Dedicated to clean and renponrtve coveruraijnt to Individual and olvlc lnt rrlty; to Individual ana etTW ouramerota proirreia BUUSiUPTlON KATKS Ou* Wtclt 10c Ouo Mouth 35c Three Months (In advance) Sue fcJU Montha (m advance) 91.7'* One Tear (In advance) <3.5' BOX NUlIllKKa Care Donlson Press will be given advertises deslrinx blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person- having telephone listed In tbelr own name and upoi agreeing to 'emit when bill la presented. 10 pw cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after Si days fron, date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received published the same day. by I a. m. will b< EIRROR.S The Penlson Press will uot be responslbli' tor more than on* Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OF TOWN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 December 1937

THURS. DEC. 23rd, 1937 THE tnarnrocm r«ES Pag?. three INTERESTING BITS ABOUT OUR FRIENDS A friend of ours said the other i peculiar for a fellow to go around day that lie had so many Bibles trying to swap a bible off for n Kiven him during the past few^ pair of hose or sox or & tie or years, he hated for a while to see- something else. Somebody would ™ Btart the reort of his being a heathen or an ingratc and un- OTHER EDITOR'S THOUGHTS Christmas come around. Every one thought that wa8 the thing to give, he said, and while it was a great book, he could only use one of each a translation. 'Most of them, he said, however, went for the old King James version. He said tlbe Bible was hard to swap off for a shirt, sox or ties, or even groceries, which at times he could have uesd, and for that reason did not try the exchange act that other people could on the day after Christmas. Come to think of it, It would look rather believer. But what is the dif-' ference in tilie exchange idea? Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 December 1937

raojfc #vur TUB DENISON PKESS THURS. DEC. 23rd, I $3? SOCIETY NOTES (^SNAPSHOT CUIL TABLE-TOP HUMORETTfcS HOWE PASTOR WILL. MARRY CANYON WOMAN EARLY FRIDAY EVENING HOWE—Miss Nellie Grace Wy- lie, daughter of a Presbyteri'in minister, the Rev. C. N. Wylie of Canyon, will become the bride of the Rov. Woodrow Adcock, pastor of the Howe Methodist circuit, in a public ceremony in the Howe Metlhodist church Fri- day. Dr. H. G. Ryan, pastor of the Travis Street Methodist church of Sherman, will perform HIMLTHY HENS CLEAN CCCS t^PRODUc^ MORE ECCS! BETTER EGGS!. NON-DISEASED Poultry Builder—Vermifuge 1.000.000 bottles sold—less than 1% dis- satisfied. Guaranteed to Increase Egg Production. Reduce Feed Hills 25% —a >2.00 bottle Tor II, serves 100 chickens 90 days. Makes and saves you money- Order Now. Afenti Wanted. THE ECCPRODUCER SYSTEM Sinclair Building Tort north, Teiat the ceremony. Miss Wylie is a graduate of Southern Methodist university at Dallas, wlhere she was active in religious...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

N1 WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Saturday cloudy with possible showers in North Texas S ft The denison Press Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, DEC. 24th 1937 Me PER MONTH A FAST GROWING PAPER WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 159" LONG VIEW FAVORED IN STATE CLASSIC Panay Head Denison Business Men Rushed; Citizens More than. 20,000 Football Fans Expected at Cotton Bowl Christmas Day to Witness State Interscholastic League Finals Game Wichita Falls and Longview took their final season's workout today preparatory to their state championship game Saturday af- ternoon at 2:30 at Dallas in the exposition Cotton Bowl. Both squads left for Dallas early Fri- day. Alcatraz Pair Still Missing; , Gone 2 Weeks Federal Operatives Frankly Admit They Have Failed to Locate A Single Trace I- LOS ANGELES—After the sec- ond week of searching for the two missing prisoners from Alcatraz, Ralph Roe and Theodore Cole, federal men are frank to say they...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

rAQa TWC THE DENISON PftESS fffifDAY, DEC. 24th 1037 m4M! THE DENISON PRESS BMabUahwt U ltM TelwpUwns No. IO« lauM Dstly «*oept Sunday En tared as B*oond Class Matter June IJ. lvati mt toe yoat office at J>eiU on, Tom* under tb« •ot W Marcb *. 1ST*. Dedicated to clean and reapoualve govwumout to individual and elvtc integrity; to Individual ani ctn« M>B>m«rola> progress. BUUIUUPTION BATES On* Week On* Won tii ... Three Months Biz Month* Cm* leu ................ 6' tlu advance) ®Ul (in advance) 11.75 (In advance) !*• < BOX NUM1HCR&. Care Daulaon frees will be glvei ndvertlaeia desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from pereoa- bavin* telephone listed In tbeir own name and upoi un(l"« to remit wben bill 1* presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* after SIj days from date of first Insertion. CUOBlNO HOUK: Copy received by • a. m. will b< published the same day. tautOIi.s Tbe Denlson Press will not be responsible for morn t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

sr-ryr- FRIDAY, DEC. 24th 1937 THE TnuvfrtiKm rKESS pack Taunt j I / V COURTS fifteenth dist. court It. M. CARTKR. .HJDGE New Suita Filed 1 J. L- Martin vs. St. Louis, San 0ne mile south of Red River Francisco Railway company of Highway 76; Ben H- Smith of Texas, damages. , 1020 North Grand, Sherman. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKF J. LOY. JUDGR Probate Docket Margaret Penn White has offer- plied for retail beer licenses: f non survey, $750 63, Dec. 16. J. C. Baker, 234 North Travis, Stat© National Bank of Denisori Sherman; T- E. Steen, 227 Weit to Jesse M. Cook, lots 3, block Main, Denison; Rocna Harris, 170!) 53, original town plat of Denison, South Travis Sherman; C. G. Whit. $2,750, Dec- 1. m Kenlty Transfers W N. Garr et al to W. L Gornu: ,en7^e ™ , *) i . ti. i ley. lot 7. block 2, Greenmount i'd the will of Julia Scott Penn, addition to Sherman, $200 Oct. deceased, for probate. | 2 Beer Docket Mnrrlagf Licenses Del mar C- Adams and Elizabeth Cook, Whitewriglht. B. L. DeBerry and Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

r*Q room THE DBN1SON PRESS We Find Joy In extending to our Customers and friends Christmas cheer and test wishes for good fellowship nil the coming year. ART Beauty Pho- 1886 Shoppe 600 W- CHe tmit Following The Air Routes 9 ———'———e 6 p. m. CBS-Bookshelf. KWICII KHLD KNOW WACO KGKO and Sports, WFAA. 6:30. Evelyn's Noveleers, WF- A A. 7. CBS Music Ilall, KRLD KOMA KTSA KT1IR KMOX WIIAS andf lnVll the role of Morris Lieber in WeniS ""'1 Tyrone Power witlh a, n prince( away from WBBM. NBC-Lucille Manners, W | Slimu(.i Goldwyn's production K,eJt supporting cast, will appoivr| cognito. Mis8 Heinie' I iU/. t ln.rit v . ami ... Wishing You AH An Old-Fashioned Christmas S V5 s Please Accept Our GREETING! We'd like to give you, our greetings in persons. Sinco we can't we do our best in this way. And on Earth Peace, Good Will to Men! C. B. Sullenberger MFG. Co, DAF WOA1 WMAQ KPRC WHO KOA WSM KVOO. 7:30. CBS-Alice Faye, KRLD KOMA KTSA KTRH KMOX WH AS WBBM KNOW. 8. NBC-Novelty Show, WRE... W O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

v 1" FRIDAY, DEC. 24th 1937 •*>v BEST f Wisher To All! May thig Holiday season be one of joy and Happiness is our sincere wish this Christmas eve. RAWLIN'S The Popular Cash Store 312 W. Main CHEERIO! 1 9 3 r Seasons Greetings May your joys be added— your sorrows subtracted— your wealth multiplied is tlh& wish of your sincere friend for this Happy Christmas day. Bottling Co. Denison One of the real joys of Yuletide is the Opportunity to put aside the routine and customs of every-day business and in real sincerity wish our friends a very merry Chistmas and a Happy New Year CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Tilton'Meurer Inc. NEW AND USED CARS AND BEST WISHES TO ALL Each Christmas the bracelet of Friendship is fostered anew with links of good wishes. , And each year we send our strengthening contribution to this jewel—topmost Happi- ness . . . Best of Luck . . . and a Merry Christmas is our Yuletide wish to all this friendly community. Fred Bulloch Jewelers 120 MAIN STREET J. A. SCOGGIN Service...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

FAQS SIX THE DENISON PRESS wnm A V r niun *, DEC. 24tb 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Ely-Mosse Rites On Christmas Eve A holiday wedding will be sol- emnized this evening at 8 o'clock in the rectory of St- Patrick s Catholic church when Miss Au- .drey Ely, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. F. M. Ely, 300 East Sears street, will become the bride ot Curtis Moase, brother to Chester Moase, Baptist pastor. Rev. B. J. Deeney will officiate in the pres- ence of a small number of rela- tives and friends. i The bride will be attended by| her sister, Miss Alice Ely- Dick Clark will be best man Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heath will also attend. •Miss Ely will be dressed in wool dress dress with fur jack- et. Her flowers will be an arm at the lovely decorated cake while Miss Edna Mae Thomas will officiate at the bride's book- Miss Ely graduated from St- Xavier's Academy and attended Draughon's Business college. Mr. Mosse finished high school several years ago and is now connected with the Dr. Pepper Bottling com- pany- Out...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

e denison Press WEEKLY SECTION flCTIC* COMICS tttJtfZtUP Copyrliht 1917 bj Indopoad*at Pitbllilitri, Maw York City - week—december 29. 105t ROD WAN OF THE IKY POLICE ty PAUl HJ£PfOM r ■(PEIDV AT<HIP or tun msphkian pilot toom outc K>l(TAHCEi TH* SLOWERH WlCOO'i ROCKET. HE I IftAC** FOR MEPHItTO* I UasirctHHj AND JMOOTt INTO THE GREAT fTRATODROM* WITW A ROAR ^LuuJHL The piwt ■RUSHES^ ftfFOR* THE EMPERO*. WITH W*B NwiiM He drops hu retractable UNOINO OIAR AND CUM TO A (TOO •HE OTHER* WERE SHOT POWH VI THE UNICOM WW TRANSPORTING ALLIES T" Where me mr other- three ships t the U Ml COR* HOST HAYW turvrwvrD THEH.THOM POO*' The owe wwocrwawav will warn hewustos wf htjst hoftftv tqoor coowtry aho err rfadt to attack Wfttn " more sprro.pilot rrt war?' WE must PRSPARE t ORDER out ALi. AVAILASJJS shipt AHPHOMLOT ooftmen' ooflf e ship* About 0 LAND A Nicoa in THr PAV Of i'Witros DOW* OHO / 4h THIN, AS SOD* (Hi? ROAR* OOWH HURLS THI 50M0 PmtCTLY WTO TH to A lahojnj^hr r mi A TVRRIPIC EUPia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

JANE ARDEN by Monte Itarrett anil Russell L rons t taveknj terry is registered at four different- he cashed all of them ' >i?ANE IS ASSIGNED THE TASK OF CATCHING TAVERN TERRY TMDOC? HOT CHECK artist- • THEY SOODrTHAT^ kjo help—^'ve got "to catch him passing a bad one-let^ look op his account.1 yes, troop had an account here i for aweek-but he closed it out "today but he didn't leaver tdwm- sa-ay- "vt7 / voute thinking the same thing i am-this was a build-up- how is thetime foe me id job 7 tnat% IT- he was establishing his credit/ look here,you've cashed checks for me before - > meed this money today— a bis business deal/ Wlh but it^too late to 'phone the bank, mrtp3dop— and this is fdr five hundred. . dollars / look- here are some cancelled checks i cashed right here SEE.THAT^ NOUR ENDORSEMENT/ vell .all right- ) tvanfcs . the others (-quite * v^re good—and\a r^oft! you're stoprng yoove got a badge- l guess you know whatyoure doing-' officer, arrest that ^ man ' and my y thats...

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