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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

You C 'vpchoos ith Your EyeS^S f, d Career pen ©<0>(D"ir<[J>IJ£> $108,000 (LdD LLQJEdp t& TTEAdMEQB *69,300 EWdxjQWErEfR §®CQAIL WIDKIKlEIR $51,000 $95300 [LAWV Db EL $105,000 r Bv Madelin Blitzstein IF you happened to have a large amount of cash and were undecided how to invest it, would you consider taking $108,000 of your bankroll and investing it in the career of a young man who was just embarking on the profession of medicine? Would you prefer to put $105,000 on a youth who had just been admitted to the practice of law? Would an invest- ment of $95,400 in a budding young dentist appeal to you more, or would you rather take a chance on a journalist at $41,500? These figures are not thought up at random as a game for idle speculation.^ They are the result of eight long years of research in which Dr. Harold F. Clark, professor of educational econom- ics at Teachers' College, Columbia Uni- versity, studied the average earnings of a long list of professions and tr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

r. IL UNCLE SAM IS POPULARIZING WINTER SPORES trees, must be removed, or else the novice may find himself wrapped around some obstruction and end his vacation in a hospital. The straight downhill run is the easiest course to construct. All that is necessary is suitable terrain, and a de- scending slide, clear of obstructions. In developing the cross-country run, plain markings are most essential. Some of these trails extend for miles and it's no ACROSS the mountainous reaches of our far-flung land the thrill- •ing cry of "TRACK!" echoes again as skiers come plummet- ing downhill amid flurries of feathery snow. All the way from Bangor to Seattle, weird words such as "binding," "Chris- tie," "heel springs," "creepers," "slalom" are back in the national vocabulary. The snow sport lovers are in their element once more. The popularity of winter sports dur- ing the last decade has led to the or- ganization of scores of private clubs de- voted to skiing, tobogganing, ice skating and other ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

UOW THE MAGICIAN "READS M/NDS. AND UOW THE SCIENTIST DOCS IT a Youngish, with the shoulders of a halfback, magician Annemann demonstrates his art. * J. D. MacFarland and R. VV. George of Tarkio College. Tarkio. Mo., conduct experiments in which the pack of cards is untouched until the session is over. Not even the investigator breaks the pack. By Helen WHEN you pass your wife the butter before she asks for it or when you ask what she wants for her birthday, she will lay down her fork and peer at you with a quizzical eye. "Mind reading!" Then she'll go back to her raspberry tart. ,Mind reading, of course, is nonsense. Ask anyone in show business. Ask a magician, or anyone with common sense. Bunk, they will agree. And we all know they're right. But do we? Along comes science to interrupt the calm flow of our disbelief. Science has elected to penetrate this sphere of the devil, the region of "queer voices" that made Joan of Arcs and Savonarolas, and it comes back with the report, "Ther...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

I1B1MIS Lydia Pinkham in Her Advanced Years. By REUBEN PETERSON, JR. S~7 N LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS, this Christmas, a small family group will drink a \l silent toast to an American woman who sixty-four years ago began by brewing herb medicines over a kitchen stove and ended by creating an industry. The woman wai Lydia E. Pinkham. The story of her success is as American in flavor as ham and eggs. " To the sophisticated younger generation of today Lydia E. Pinkham is known largely through the rollicking college song which celebrates her thus: "Sing a song of Lydia Pinkham And her love of the human race; She invented her Vegetable Compound, Now the papers publish her face." Yet Elbert Hubbard, back in 1915, in- cluded her in a list of America's illustrious women which included Margaret Fuller, Julia Ward Howe, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Susan B. Anthony and Clara Barton. More- over she is the central figure in a book writ- ten a few years ago by Robert Collyer Wash- burn, "The Life and Times o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

~ys<xm the remedy became to well known that people drove in from quite a distance to get free bottles. Finally, a couple came to Lynn from Salem, took tia bottles and insisted on paying five dollars for them. Lydia, indig- nant at first that she should be offered money for medicine which would aid an other woman, finally accepted it. mkhain a year □sinesB one Almost usint.ss ng the ently three aticnce at itif with a n earn- >m. Un- t from obnoxi- bitrary igion or in edu- r judg. irm and those hinking, i\ ^vfwv^/ lgth of sonality are re- it exists 98 when of her ilments, first by In the house at the right of this picture, Lydia Pinkham brewed her herbs over the kitchen stove. The house to the left was used as store house and shipping quarters. Be- r|gj tween the two female figures in front of Lydia's house the figure of Lydia may be WrwrM Iff r by her am died, an ever ddresH-d Nanking asserted that the strange "herb medicines" of ancient China were credited with saving more liv...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

HOLLYWOOD. HIS Is a big fur year In Holly- wood. And a year of big fura too, if you know what I mean. The girls look positively square in some of these new wraps made of the long- haired bulky furs, but it is smart this year to resemble a figure T with shoulders like a football quarterback. This has brought the whole fox family back Into popu- larity Blue, red. black-silver and white fox are in great demand here. And are seen in everything from bolero jackets to full-length capes and coats. Beaver and Alaskan sealskin also belong to the family of bulky furs. This year fashion has brought the lowly skunk back into society's notice, along with a group of other humble furs such as badger, sheepskin, oppos- sum and even bear And they're beautifully handled. These clever fur- riers have made bushy coats look slimmer by applying the skins on soft velvet, chiffon and sometimes suede instead of sewing them together. Fur coats and wraps nowadays have fine dressmaker touches that they never h...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

D RUSSELL PATTERSON became world famous for his drawings of the flapper girl. Now he has come to Hollywood, here to use his talents making the modern slicker girl appear even slicker on the screen. By Grace Grandville HE WAS always a pain in the neck to the conservative element at society, that gawdy young creature born of the Jazz Age before the crash. She was known as the Flapper. They said she put the sin in syncopation. And they squirmed to see how many nice little girls imitated her blatant sex appeal. Flapper wasn't a new word when F. Scott Fitz- gerald started publicizing It. It had appeared in the play "His Majesty Bunker Bean" and even before that Englishmen sometimes called their kid sisters flap- pers. But the flapper became a type only after Fitz- gerald wrote about her and Russell Patterson sketched her. Mr. Patterson denies creating her likeness. He ■ays he drew her from life intact, rolled stockings, above-the-knee skirts, short frizzled hair, beauty spots and all. We...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

OFF THE WECORP V ED REED "I Don't Need a Safety Belt. J Owe Him Money." "We Find the Defendant Guilty of Selling Intoxicating Liquors ' —hie! prtK NO I VHU*: "I Just Washed Her Hair andl Can't Do a Thing With It!" ~7 "I'm Taking a Correspondence Course in Mining and I'm Doing My Home Work." HOfVtes ^§5 "I Got That One for Leading a Retreat."

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

WELL, I'VE GOT TO GET ALON6 DOWNTOWN AND DO MY SHOPPING IT 5AYS, SHE'S SORRY SHE CAN'T COME TO VISIT US BUT THAT SHE SENT CARROTS A PRESENT BY EXPRESS WHY DON'T YOU STOP AT THE EXPRESS OFFICE? SWELL IT WAS THE MAIL-MAN WITH A LETTER FROM AUNT MARIGOLD. J SWELtr: GEE POP— I WONDER WHAT AUNT MARIGOLD SENT ME GO ANSWER THE DOOR BE.LL CARROTS MAYBE IT'S Your present' ALL RIGHT—I'LL DO THAT. I WONT BE GONE VERY LONG. YtoUR NAME CARROT TOPPS? IF IT IS, I'VE GOT A BIG PACKAGE FoRYou OH BOY, POP; OH POP? COME HELP ME. YES MA'AM- THERE WAS A PACKAGE FOR C TOPPS- BUT WE HAVE SENT IT OUT THE EXPRESS OFFICE TOLL ME THEY S£NT OUT THE PACKAGE—HAS IT YES, DEAR 1 STUPE McLUPE and SCRATCH By Schus T% m

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 December 1937

——■' .. I I I (SmtrngB At the Christmas Season there is an old custom of wishing well our true friends We wish it were possible to pass our sincere good wishes to each of you individually with that old hand shake of friendship Remember this little message of our good wishes is addressed to each of you individually. 1 May Old St. Nick pause on each roof and deposit a goodly portion of cheer and happiness in every Christmas stocking. Sincerely, R. D. Leatherman and Staff inn * vA A 'Hi Hialtn .. &tar ©tjratrrfl R Cheerful Christmas w ■ m ristmas As Christmas comes around we realize how much friendships mean. And so we take this oppor tunity to extend to all of you YULETIDE'S BEST WISHES We will be closed all day Xmaa To all our old To Our Friends... We wish you every Christmas happiness and thank you for your patronage Friends and to our many new friends and customers. May your Christmas day be a delightful one and may it uAer in a year of happiness and health. Radio Hospital Denn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 December 1937

WEA THER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy and rains today and Tuesday; colder THE DENISON PRESS Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, DEC. 27th 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 193-1 M* MONTH k A FAST GROWING PAPER VOL. 4—NO. 160 m 800 Kids Get Yuletide Toys From Fireboys Two Hurt In Motor Accidents Denison Unusually Quiet on Christmas Weekend; Ac- cidents at Minimum Des- pite Thick Fog Here Negro Runs Into Side of Vehicle Firemen Claim one of Quiet- est Christmas' in Number of Years; No Alarms In •- Crisis At End,Japs To Settle More than eight hundred needy! DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE? MURRAY • # December 27, 1875 Friday evening just as T. C. Driggs was about to leave his store to go to supper he was met by his clerks and asked to remain a moment. T. C. Taylor then stepped forward, and in a short speech, eloquent and impressive, presented Mr. Driggs with a hand- some silver goblet and a a pair of the most beautiful silver vases for Mrs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 December 1937

PAGB TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS BatabU h*« 1m 1 H Taleptwn* No. 109 laau*l D*llr ®*o pt Sunday Entered *a Heoond Clans Matter June 2J, USA , «U Uio poat office at JUeaisou, Texas under tlif for his loyjljty to the act vt March 8, 187*. Dedicated to clean and reaponeive ifovernmon ; to lodividual and elvlo Integrity; to Individual Mid eirta ooiumereui progreM. (tuimwniON rates One Week l*>c One Month 3>jC Three Months (la advance) #■'« tilx Mouth* (in advance) $1.75 One Year (In advance) J&.j BOX NUMHKR&. Care Oeulaou Preaa will be fflvt J advertisers dealrlnu blind addreatteii. CHAHGK ACCOUNTS are acceptable from per u n having telephone llatod In tbeir own name and upon agreeing to remit when blU la presented. 10 per eeut will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days froiu date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUK: Copy received by $ a. m. will bn published the same day. CKRORS The Denlson Press will not be responslbt* for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OF-TOW...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 December 1937

MONDAY, DEC. 27th 1937 THE DENrsorr FKESS PACE FIVI m COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. Al. CARTER, JUDGE Ann Now Suits Filed Joseph W. Savage vs. Chap-pell Savage, divorce. Charles Hite et al vs. Mis- souri-Kansas-Texas Railroad com- pany, for injuries allegedly re- ceived Oct. 28 when his car was struck by a train two miles south of Collintrv'lile. Damages of $1,- 400 awarded to plaintiff Charles Hite and $700 awarded to his fa- ther, J3. A. Hite. A. J. iGarvin vs. Hartford Ac- cident and, Indemnity Insurance company1, decision of industrial accident board set aside, and de- fendant awarded $300 damages for injuries receive March 1, 1935, while employed by the West Texas Cotton Oil company. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE ilecr Docket The Steen Beverage company has applied for a license as local distributors of beer at 227 1-2 West Main, Denison, 'l^.ae Kennedy Food ^ompany lias applied for a license as local distributor of beer at 210 East Houston, Sherman. The following p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 December 1937

7>AQE SIX THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY nEC. 2?th 193? SOCIETY NOTES Comments Of A Movie Fan Miss Patterson and William Jamison Are Married Sunday at Bride's Parental Home ■Miss Virginia Patterson, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Patter- son, 1001 West Bond street, be- came the bride of William Q- Jamison, son of Dr. «nd "Mrs- D K. Jamison Sunday afternoon in Gresham-Groves Marriage Rites Miss Eva Gresham of Denison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam . . d firesham of Standard, Calii., Kev. D. E- Hawk, pastor of Wa-[ K- _ , JJ Piivunrn • << HTova chM—Screen play by Casey Robinson. 'Directed by AnUtole Litvak and released by Warner Bros. The cast—Claudette Colbert, Charles Boyer, Basil Rathbom*, Melville Cooper, Isabel Jean-., Maurice Murphy, Anita Louise. SNAPSHOT CUIL SUNNY PICTURES INDOORS the home of the bride's parents pies Memorial church, officiate, i. becanu We have read that "Tovaricih" ] was a successful stage play, and The couple pledged their ivows bei'ore an altar of fer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 December 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Mild temperatures; probable rain today, Wednesday K : THE DENISON 5SSfflgPP; Representative United Press and International News Service. DKNISON, TEXAS TUESAY, DEC. 28th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 1 « PER MONTH I I A FAST GROWING PAPER Business Awaits FDR's CC finding Congressional Address Great Year >1 . | * " r. . •Consumption i ActlVltteS Marine is Asked By U. S. C. C. VOL. 4—NO. 161 W ith U.S. Satisfied, Japanese Turn Toward Placation of British Isles Everyday DENISON Consumption Of Cotton At IJ;„L >07 Chief Aims of 1937 Are Ac- new nign, Jfj compliahed by Organiza- tion, Authorities Say As Greater Program Outlined © # This correspondent is sorry he! —— cannot publish the ttnonyfoious| ^ew Y,ork Cotton Exchange letter received through the mails' Expert Declares New Rec- i Monday, however well written it J ord in Latest Year Book might be. Provided enough let-! ters the type came, bearing sig- NEW YOItK—The 1937 Cotton " | natures of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 December 1937

rAUB TWO. THE DENISON PRESS TUESAY, DEC. 28th, 193? TI THE DENISON PRESS Btotobiuhad U ltM T*l«pb*n* Nu. 100 Imtu*4 D 'ly Bxa«i>t Sunday 1 ~ Kntered xa H«ov>ni1 Cla-t Mutter June IS, 11)36. iti the poat office at I>«ulaoa, Texan under the •fit M March «, 187S. Dedlcatid to clean and reaponalve guveruuiont: to Individual and el vie Integrity; to Individual and dni eommereukj pmnrsu. §UimiU>*TlON RATES Una Week l°i One Mouth 35c Three Montba (In advance) ',,H bix Montha (in advance) *l.7; One Yt-ur (in advance) f&S* BOX NUMlitatft. Care Denison Frees will be glveo advartleuia dealrln^ blind addreencb. CHAJiGE ACCOUNTS are aeceptable tram pernuu- havluc telephone listed In their own name and upor. Agreeing to remit when blu In presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* alter 80 days from date of flrat Insertion. 'iollars annvally Jost lo the United States, but will also mean < onsiderabiy curtail- ment of activities i'nd liberties otherwise. Acco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 December 1937

u* TUESDAY, DEC. 28th, 1937 COURTS GRAYSON COUNTY COURT j JAKK J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket Edith M. Freeman has offered the will of Andrew T- Freeman, deceased for probate. S- L. Talley has applied for ad- ministration of the estate of W. K. (Julia) Paschall, deceased- Mrs. Martha Henshaw Jius ap- pied for the permanent admin- istration of the etate of Charlie Lehmann, deceased. Beer Docket THE DENISorr rRESS pace ana syivm Ilu Mee Delbert Watson Ageo, Whitesboro. Bennie F- Ivie and Later, Denison. Senie Ivory James and Mary Ruth Graves, Sherman. Ernest- V. Jay and Mrs- Mae- belle Uennett, Sherman- Douglas Waters and Maye Belle Cady, Sherman. Thurman Tracy Tolleson and Laura Corine Sharon, Tioga. Dannuel Starncs and Naomi Nichols, Van Alstyne. Artie Ilines iand Corinne Ben- ton, Sherman. J. E- Spears and Gertrude 0'- Realty Tranfert Guaranty Building and Loan company to John W- Weaver, a 100-foot lot in the I. G- Belcher J ranty, $10, Oct. 27. W. M Brockm«n has appliod Neal( Sherma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 December 1937

PAGE SIX. THE DENISON PRESS TUESAY, DEC, 28th, 1937 I I I I I SOCIETY NOTES She Liked A Good Time— It's The Life-They Say Christmas Rites . Announced Today ^ ea For 7as ern Star E xecutives •Mr. and Mrs. Cany Hart, 501 i W«st Morgan street, announce tho marriage of their daughter, Mary Lee Hart, to Tommy Smith , son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Smith- j The nuptials were solemnized Christmas day in Madill( Okla., ■with Rev. J. H. Bradley, Preshy-| Mrs. A. J. Hnrtson, 515 North Burnett, is entertaining with informal tea this afternoon from S until 5 o'clock honoring officer, of the Eastern Star and M.ss Ruby Monzingo of Roston, who is visiting her sister, Mrs- terian minister, officiating at the A. G. Sneed an.l othi r relativ double ring ceremony. | Mrs- Hartson and Miss Mon- They were .accompanied by Mr. zingo formed the reception com- and Mrs. J. P Turner of Dallas I mittee at the door, while oflicei s Mrs. Smith was attired in a love- j comprised the houseparty. Tea is ly midwinter ense...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 December 1937

( 1*4 *J0 IP A) WEATHER s I DENISON AND VICINITY Partly Cloudy with Light Rains Thursday THE DENISON PRESS Representative United Press and International News Service. Jk PER MONTH A fA_ST GROWING PAPER DENISON, TEXAS WED, DEC. 29th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO7~162 Panay Bombing Films Viewed By Audiences . i Dramatic Scenes in Japanese Bombing of: American Ship Are Shown to American Public By Newsreels; "Shocking," is Said , LOS ANGELES—The Americart* machine gun operators, Dec. 12th public will today be given an op- in the upper Yangtze river, portunity to see pictures of the Under special guard all the jinking of the U. S. gunboat way, theyi were rushed to America Panay by Japanese bombers and by plane and will be rushed to '■I | every part of the country as fast 4$ ^ t as speeding planes will carry them. They will be offered as , they Explain; British Refuse Nippon Offers Apologies and Explanations l,o British on| Bombings, But They Are Not Satisfactory, Reporte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 December 1937

jpau« two THE DENISON PRESS WED, DEC. 29th, 1937 V THE DENISON PRESS BaUblUhad 1* 1 M Telephone No. to* Uau*4 Dally BUoapt Bunday H - Entered Second Class Matter June 25. 1H3iI ftt the port office at Denison. Texan under tb> act vC Maroh *. 1S1 . Dedicated to clean and reaponilve govarnment to Individual and clvlo Lntecrlty; to Individual ano stria ououn«rei*i pruicreaa. HUtUUUPTlON BATES Una Week Una Month ... Three Months HI* Month* One Year (In advance) (iu advance) .. 10, . u . 9l 1.7 (In advance) BOX NUMUEHA. Care Denlaon Preag will be give,' advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persuu- havtug telephone llated In tbelr owu name and upoi. Agreeing to remit when blii l« preaented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account* after M daya from date of tirat Insertion. CLOSING HOURS Copy received by a. m. will b. published the same day. ERRORS The Denlaon Press will not be responsible for more than on* Incorrect Insertion. OUT-OF-TOWN...

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