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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY ! Wednesday Continued high temperature in North Texas THE DENISON PRESS 7c PER WJiLttC A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, Wednesday, June 23rd, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 2 Definite Action On Red River Dam In January FEAR STRIKE OF RAIL EMPLOYES CHICAGO—Declaring that rail-' here Tuesday Of m J A. SI J I 1 -I delayed demands far conferences, unions forming the big five of the railroads are to ask for a strike vote from .their 350,000 employes, it was unanimously agreed by a meetin gheld by representatives DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • — • June 23, 1875 Express Messenger going north Tuesday received a dog at Colbert Station, I. T. destined for some "point above. The animal appear- ed very restless and the messenger gave him water, thinking that was •what ho wanted but he only made stronger efforts to break the chain that held him, in which he suc- ceeded. The ...

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

FACE TWO Tlifc) Ofc^lSOf* PRESS THE DEN1SON PRESS Bntabllntml In l So Telephone No. 10# laaued Dully Except Sunday Entered ■■ Second Class Matter June IS, 1M6. it the post office at J>'nlson, Texar under the act ( Mai vh g, 187V. Dedicattxl to cleaa and rispuoalve government; to Individual and elvle Integrity; to Individual ard civic commercial pougruia SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week To One Month Ho Three Months (in advance) 78c Six Month* (In advance) $1.50 Oce Tear (In advance) $3.00 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addressee QHARUE AOCOUNTS are acceptable from persoug having telephone listed lc their own name and upuii agreeing to remit when bill la preeti ted, 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private u ^counts after SO days from date of first Insertion. MYOSINQ HOUR: Copy received by • a. m. wlil be published the same day. EffUlOKS The Denison Press will n>t be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT OF-TOWN ORDERS Tor...

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

Wednesday, June 23rd, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAQB THUS I* COURTS FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suit* Filed I J. D. Carter vs. Liberty Mutual Insurance company, debt on poli- cy. I Ralph A. SWver vs. Helen Stover, divorce. Caiea Ditpoied M. Watson et al vs. Griffin 'Grocery company, damages. Set- tled by agreement. Setting* Made The following civil jury Betting has been released: ' ■ July 4—W. E. Raman vs. B. 'Hilton eit al, damages. Mrs. Au- drey Aaron vs. Gordon Thomp- son, damages. 1 July 12—Duffy ®ay West vs. Carter Umphress, damages. July 19—Rufus E. Heatand vs. Gordon Thompson, damages. July 26—Mrs. Dove Aaron vb. Gordon Thompson, damages. Claudia Callie Aaron vs. Gordon Thompson, damages. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Probate Docket I Alice Goff, application to pro- bate will of T. e. Goff, deceased. FITY-NINTH DIST. COURT New Suit* Filed i (Mrs. Nellie M. Andrews vs. Lewis T. Andrews, application tor permission to dipose of property separately. Civil...

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

fl Iff j r ■ PAGE SiX ffifi dhjni^un Fftifirini Wednesday, June 23rd, 1937 FIESTA GETS LIT UP FOR MISS WEST TEXAS Announcement Of" Engagement Made Mrs. C. F. Harvey, 202 East Walker street, announces the en- gagement and approaching mar- riage of her daughter, Miss Doro thy Mae Williams, to James Porter Buck, son of Mis. M. Calloway, 717 West Woodard street. Tho interesting nuptials will take place Saturday evening in the presence of the two families and friends. The future Mrs. Buck was rear- ed in Corsicana and graduated from the high school in 1936. She has been employed nt the S. H. Kress company for several months. Mr. Buck wa3 reared in Denison and attended high school He has a position with the South- ern Ice company . The couple will reside in Deni son. .•nt were the Mr. and years s>go. Among those Rev. and Mis. Morris, ( Mrs. T. F. Owens, Eloise ami ] Thelbert Owens, of Fort Worth. • Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dobbu and j children ot' Bonham, Mr. and Mre. W. C. Jones and childre...

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

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Somewhat Cooler In North Portions Friday THE DENISON PR 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, Thursday, June 24th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 3 Noted Traveler Here Talks About Signs Of Forsees Same Trouble in United States as in Spain jUnless Something Is Done to 3top Labor iStrife in the Near ,Future, iReports "Labor troubles, Jike we are now having in the United States, started the whole mess in Spain," declared Prank Bostwiok, noted traveler, in an interview late Wed- nesday evening. Dr. Bostwick, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Collins, has just completed a two- Strike Plans Called Off By CIO Official General Strike Plans are off, Was |to Have Helped En- force Demands , on All Steel Mills, Reported Now BusinssMen Demand Opening * , Page Ads Ran tin Newspa pers by Merchants Asking Mills iBe Reopened Soon WARREN, Ohio—A late order given out this morning by John M...

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

H h'/ n a n tj I \ 1- n v tt 1 T t PAGE TWO _ _ THE DEN1SON PRESS Eirtabllstied in 1930 Tuiephone No. 100 ltsued Dally Except Bandar as Sdoond (''das Matter June 15, 1936, it the post office at Donison, Texa; uuder the act it March 8, 1879. Dedicated to clean aud respooalv* government; to Individual and elvio Integrity; to Individual and dvlo commercial pnoffreta fUTBSCRlPTION RATES One Week •••■ ....—— 'c One Month **0 Three Months (In advance) 76c Six Months (in advance) |1.50 One Tear (In advance) $3.00 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Pre.** will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. CIHAKQiS ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed 1c their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private amounts after 30 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by • a. in. wiil b<> published the same day. ERRORS The Denlsoe Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect insertion...

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

Thursday, June 24th, 1$37 THE DENISON PRESS k'MiM TflJUUI V II Following The Air Routes ^ C p. m. NBC—Rudy 6 p. m. NBC—Rudy Vallee, WFAA WLW WDAF WMAQ WH 0 KPRC WOAI iWSM. CBS- Kate Smith, WHAS KRLD KTRH KOMA KMOX WBBM WBT. 7. NBC—Lanny Ross, KPRC WSM WBAP WMAQ WOAI WD AP WKY WHO. CBS—Major Bowes, WACO KSL KWKH KRL D KOMA KTRH KMOX KGKO K NOW WHAS WBBM. 8. NBC—Bing Crosby, WOAI WHO KPRC WDAF WFAA WM AQ WLW KVOO WSM KOA. CB S—Floyd Gibbons, KRLD KTSA KOMA KTRH KTUL KMOX WH AS WBBM KGKO. 8:30. CBS The Time, KRLD KOMA KTRH KMO X KSL WACO WWL WHAS. 9. NBC—Amos 'n Andy. WO AI WSM WDAF KPRC WMAQ WFAA WLW KOA. CBS—Poetic Melodies, KRLD KTRH KOMA K MOX WHAS WBBM WBT WA CO. 9:80. CBS—Frank Dailey's or- chestra, WACO KWKH KGKO K TRH KOMA KNOW WWL WBT. NBC—Northern Lights, WOAI K VOO WKY KPRC. News, KRLD. Orchestra, WFAA. 10. CBS—Dick Jurgen's orches- tra, KTSA KGKO WHAS KNOW KRLD KWKH. Sports and News, WFAA. 10:30. CBS—Bert Block's or- 1 KO KNOW WACO KTSA WBBM. March of Orchestras, KRLD, WFAA...

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

PAGE SIX THE DfiNlbON VR&ih Thursday, June Kith, 1937 MX SOCIETY NOTES FA YE COTTON PRAISES NEW TEXAS SWEETHEART field. 1623 West Crawford street. Investitures Oi pv pL-nf^r ! was announced Wednesday night DeMoiay Chapter at a lawn partyi given by Miss Installation, of officers /was featured at the Wednesday night meeting of Denison chapter, Or- der of DeMoiay. James Hogg is the new mater counicllor. I Other officers are Ray Shone, senior councillor; James Miller, junior councillor; Pat Perry, sen- ior deacon; Lewis Cox, Junior deacon; Harleston ©rites, senior steward; Leland Cornell, junior steward; Leon Lacey .sentinel. Richard Vanston, chaplain; Bob Bailey, standard bearer; Harold Miller, almoner; Rogers Homsby, marshal!; Stuart Cooper, orator, and the preceptors, Guy Cooke, Monte Morgan, Ruck Everett, Ray Covington, Haskell Manley. James Wilson. i Frank Geer, majority member and affiliated with the Lone Star lodge, was installing officer. 1 Plans were completed for at- tendi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 June 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Somewhat Cooler In North Portions Friday The Representative United Press and International News Service. JkUAAWf J. A Ai-rxi. A, u i/iiw A«/v i t JumviiX f V/ \JS%AJSUU 1JOV/-—L/Alii 1 ±VO*i ^ V Ul4. 4—INjfJ. 4 Major Problems Yet To Be Worked OutOn Dam press 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 25th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—Np. 4 $24,000 Bonds To Be Sold At J " . 1v ' • Council Meeting S Number May Enter Bids, Is Believed Carrying Four Percent Inter- est, , City |Bonds Will , be Sold to H>ghe«t Bidder, City Official /Points Out Okayed Recently • By State Heads Official APPr<>val of ^Alley Paving .and Storm Sewer Projects Already Received Bids for $24,000 worth of city bonds for alley paving and storm eewer construction will be opened at a meeting of the city council Friay afternoon. Two thirds of the bonds will be for alley paving. The bonds, carrying 4 per cent interest, will be sold to the high- est ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 June 1937

war" PAGE TWO _J THE DEN1SON PRESS E*tab)! hiv<1 lii 1130 Telephone No. 800 leaued Dally Except Ban day Ifip.terfd a* Second Pla.s Matter June S3, 1936, n Ue post office at L eniaon, Texar, under the act f March I. 1878. Dedicated to o'.eaa ana reapoueive BoTMnment; to Individual and elrle integrity: to Individual and civic commercial pcoffresa. SUBSCRIPTION RATIOS One Week _ To One Month - Ho Three Month* (In advance) Tfic Blc Month* (In advance) H.SO One Tear (In advance) $8.00 THE DEN ISON PRESS FRIDAY, JUNE 25th, 1937 FR BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlaon Pre. h will be given advertlevrs desiring blind addreaee- CUIAHUK ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed la their own name and upoc agreeing to remit when bill is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private •< uounta after St days from date of first Insertion. 'CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by • a. m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denlsoa Press will not be responsible for more than one I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 June 1937

FRIDAY, JUNE 25th, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS COURTS ♦ F1TY-NINTH D1ST. COURT I Charles Berry, Acting Judge Criminal Docket • I Lawrenca Tucker, a transient, Wednesday afternoon pleaded guilty to forgery and attampt to pass and was assesed two years In the penitentiary. Civil Caiet L. C. Jackson vs. Kimbell OH mill et al, damages. Continued until December term of court. Setting Made The following civil jury setting was released Thursday: July 6—Whitest) oto National bank v*. R. G. Shelton et al; Mrs. Viola Bennett vs. Dixie Motor Coach corporation; Roy McFar- land vs. Firestone Tire nad Rub- ber company. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE (Mary Alva Moore vs. II. W. Moore, divorce. Civil Cases 1 Mjy. Laura Halvorson jal vs. Mrs. Belle Fielder McFarland et nl, partition. Report of re- ceiver examined and approved. Mary Louise Cox et al vs. Rid ard Lamb et al, property division made. Gus Booth vs. Texas Employers Insurance association, debt on pol- icy. Case being tried in June of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 June 1937

PAGE FOIM THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, JUNE 25th, 19M SOCIETY NOTES 1936 Marriage of Marie Bate and Warren Adams Announced at Party i —— I Mrs. tieoVge Bate, 907 West Owing at:eet,,„entertained with a reception and bridge party Thurs- day evening announcing the mar- riage of her daughter, Miss Katherine Marie, to Warren Wil- liam Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs IR. W. Adams, 622 West Ganil street. ' "T'he nuptials were solemnized December 22, 1936 in Antlers, Okla. with Rev. H. H. Neeley, pastor of the First Christian church officiating. i Mrs. Adams graduated from the high school in 1934 and since then has been in training at the Methlodist hospital, Dallas. She is a member of the Junior Del- phians. Mr. Adams finished high school in 1933 and later attend- ed business college at Dallas. He is employed as telegraph operator for the M-K-T railroad. The.v will live in Denison for the pres- ent. For the party, Mrs?. Adams was dressed in a floral taffeta frock with redingote of navy net. Hti acc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 June 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Sunday Partly Cloudy ' '^Cooler in North Portion I f I \\ ■ 11 J ■i ■ I Representative United Press and International News Dallas Company Submits Highest Bid For Bonds Forty-Eight Hours Must Pass Before City Awards Contract; Highest Bidder Pays Premium of $785 at City Council Meeting DENISON PRESS 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Mahan, Dittmar and company, of Dallas submitted^higheat bids for the $24,000 Denison bond issue covering alley paving and storm sewers, at a special meeting of the city commission Friday after- also bank, sold 1# v. J DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY June 26, 1875 _ | T. Dismuks expects to have his steam sawmill running in Denison by the first of August. It will be put up a short distance below the oil tank. In connection with the mill, he intends to operate a super-heater, with a capacity for heating 10,000 feet of lumber per day, which will reduce the weight fully a pound per foot. } As soon as Mr. Dismuks gets his m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 June 1937

1 if 0 4 1 € If I < C f. c o g % C PAGE TWO THE DENISUN PKESS SATURDAY, June 26, 1937 THE DEN1SON PRESS Ksta.hll«'hffl In US# Telephone No. SM Issued Dally Except Sunday Entered as Second >""Matter June IS, 19S6, U the post uttlcu ai t^ulson, Tex*, under the act tt March I, 1879. Dedicated to oleaa and rtapoualre government; to Individual and elTle Integrity; to Individual ar.d civic commercial progress. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Week One Month .,. ••••••••■ Three Month* (in advance) . Six Month* (In advance) .. One Year (In advance) • • « • • mm*' %••*••**••*< I ••••••••••• To Mo . T6c fl.BO 13.00 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denleon Press will be given advertisers desiring blind address*. OHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persona having telephone listed to their ow n nam# and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cant will be added on unpaid private accounts after SO dajs from date of first Insertion. 7LOS1NO HOUR: Copy received published the same day. by t a. m. whl ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 June 1937

SATURDAY, Juno 1937 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREE Following The Air Routes 6 m. NBC—Jamboree, WI) AF WOAI WMAQ KPRC WHO WFAA WSM WLW WKY". CBS —Prof Quiz, KTSA KTRH KOM A KTUL WHAS WBBM KMOX KRLD KSL WACO WWL. 6:30. CBS—Ai Trace's orches- tra, KTRH KGKO WACO KWKII KOMA KNOW KSL. Let's Dance, KRLD. 7. NBC—National Barn Dance, KPRC WREN WBAP KVOO WO AI WLS WKY; Snow Village. W MAQ WLW WHO WDAF KOA. CBS—Grace Moore KSL KOMA K RLD KTSA WHAS WBBM WWL KTRH KMOX. 7:30. NBC—Joe Cook, WLW WDAF WMAQ KOA KFI WHO. CBS—Saturday Night Party, KR LD KGKO KWKH KTRH WWL KOMA WHAS WBBM KMOX K SL. 8. CBS—Hit 'Parade, WHAS KRLD KOMA KTSA KTRH KMO X WBBM KWKH WACO. NBC- Concert Party, WREN KPRC WO AI KVOO WKY WBAP. 8:30. NBC—To be announced, WDAF KPRC WMAQ WOAI WK Y WBAP. 9. NBC—Lou Bring's orches- tra, WOAI KOA KPRC KVOO W KY WMAQ. CBS—Tommy Dor- Bey's orchestra, WWL WBT KS L KTSA KMOX KTUL rfOMA W BBM KWKH KTRH WACO. 9:30. CBS—Rush Morgan's or- cestra, KRLD KOMA KTRH KM OX KTSA KSL. NBC—AI Dono- hue'fl ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 June 1937

PAGE F01 tt SOCIETY NOTES THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, June 2G, 1937 Announcement of I wo Early July Marriages Made at Party Friday Mrs. Freil Sisson and Miss Jessie Cox entertained Friday evening at the Cox residence, 626 West Munson street, announcing the engagement and approaching marriages of Miss Iva Dell Petty to R. W. Holder Jr., of San An- tonio, and Miss Edwina Williams to Arthur Deffenbach of Banger. The WilliamsnDeffenbach nup- tials will be solemnized on July 4 and Miss Petty will also be mar- ried in early- July. Miss Williams is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Williams, 631 West Heron street Slie graduated from high sdhool in 1931 and had two years at ths John Tarleton Junior college is Stephenville, later receiving a degree in home economics from the University of Idaho. She had been teaching in the Breckenridge Junior high school. Mr. Deffen- bach is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Deffenbach of Denison. He also attended John Tarelton co lege and received his degree, la...

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

I * 1 I WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY > Tuesday Fair and Warmer In North Portions !■ 11 JJL JJL em 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. kJi DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 6 Grayson Crops Faring W ell But Rain is Needed One-Fourth iof Present Grain'Crop Yet to be Harvested in this Section; ,Hay Draws At- tention of Farmers and (Cotton Slated Next With the exception that corn are in as fine shape as they have is needing rain in this general sec-1 been for many years. Improvements At Cotton Gin Here Scheduled Chamber of Commerce As- sured Local Gin Will be in First Class Shape Opening of .Season, By Plant Head tion as far down as Dallas boun- ty and as far west as Tarrant county as developed by a week- end trip, crops of this entire area DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY Most of the grain is cut in the area indicated, but still about three-fourths of it is awaiting the th...

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

THE DENISON PRESS Rnt&bltwhed in lR3t> Telephone No, 10# luuwl Dally lflxcept Bunday lORtered «j Second Claaa Matter Jun« IS. 1936, it the post office «l l>'<nl on, Texar under the act f March b, 1879. Dedicated to c'eaa and re«pou«lv government; to Individual and eiTlo Integrity; to Individual and civic eommerclal prosreea. . To l o SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week One lionth • Three Months (In advance) TSc Biz Months (In advance) $1M Oce Year (In advance) M-00 UOX NUMBERS. Care Deniaon Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresk s. CU1ARQE ACCOUNTS are acceptu'ile from peraous having telephone listed In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill 1* presented, 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after SO days froiu date of first insertion. /LOSING HOUR: Copy received by t iu m. will be published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will sot be responsible for more than one Incorrect insertion. OUT OiP- TOWN ORDERS for classified ads~~a...

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

MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1937 TIIE DENISON PRESS PAGE THREE COURTS f ' TITY-NINTH DIST. COURT Charles Borry, Acting Judge Bond Forfeited ' Mary Ethel Adams, nogro, did not appear for her trial on £ charge of forgery and pas«ing Her bond of $300 was ordered forfeited. A. W. Linden, application ror li- cense to l otuil beer at Denison. Marriage Licence* Guy Payne and Geraldyne Gos" ; sett, Caddo Mills. j James Porter Buck and Dorothj? Mae Williams, Denison. CRAYSOM COUNTY COURT JAICE J. LOY. JUDGE Case* Disposed I W. D. Benton vs. J. L. Gleavea suit on note. Case settled, plain- tiff given leave to withdray peti- tion. Beer Docket 1 C. E. Broown, application for license 'o retail beer at Dorchest- Automobile Registrations L. C. Williamson, Sherman, Chevrolet sedan. W ,C. Kesner, McCamey, Olds- mobile sedan. I S'. IT. Hilburn, Sherman, For.l tudor. 1 Jack S. Biige, Sherman, Chev- rolet coupe. Fant Milling company, Sher- man, Chevrolet {ruck. H. R. Gcarhart, Gunter, Ford tudor. Realty Transfers...

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

PAGK KiHlH nrw SOCIE'i'Y NOTES TllE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, JUKE 28, 1937 DeMolays Attend Greenville Meet I Delegates of Denison Chapter, Order ST DeMolay, departed ear- ly Monday morning for Green- ville to attend the sixteenth an- niversary conclave of Greenville Chapter. ' Denison will enter one degree1 team, the DeMolay, to defend its regional title held a number ot consecutive years. The chapter has over seventeen loving cups and awards, the majority of which were won at the Greenville con- claves. " 'Members of the Order of De- Molay from all corners of thi state will be presented, numbering about 500. Following registration the pro* gram of the day consists of a pa- rade, luncheon, degree competi- tion,, swimming party and close with a grand ball. Members of the local degree team consists of James Hogg, Ray Sbone, James Miller, Pat Liles, Harold Miller, Haskell Manley, Jack Peebles, Stuart Cooper, Har- leston Crites, Lei and Cornell and Lewis Cox. I Three candidates will accomp...

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