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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 August 1938

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy and ■warmer ..Today and Friday _ THE DENISON PRE A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURS., AUG. 25th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 44 Japanese "Investigate" Machine Gun Tragedy I r C* Ind lai pet ■up per ied low 1 to p«4 lited I - '. ["« — I 1°/ Mi lay We y- m. C. !S. R • 10th Victim Of Gang V engeance CHICAGO, Aug. 25 (UP)— Paul Battaglia, 44, one of a dozen Battaglias who made the old "42 gang" notorious during prohibi- tion days was found slain early today in a west side alley. He was the 10th victim of gang ven- geance in Chicago during the past two months and the third Battag- lia to die by gangland guns sincc 1931. He was found on top of a pile of trash by a watchman. He had been shot once behind the right ear. Police said he undoubtedly had been killed on a "one-way ride," dumped from an automobile and dragged into the alley. They have found litle evidence that any of the 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 August 1938

TWO THE DENISON PRESS THURS., AUG. 25th, 1938 THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday : pie and then secure the lecturing ability of such persons as the wife of the presi- 1 dent. They get publicity and prestige J alike through such well laid and maneuv- j ered plans, while underneath they are , working effectively to inculate their doc- j trine. ^ Even the theatre movement being LOOK ON THIS PAGE FOR YOUR DAILY WANTS © Dedicated to clean and responsiye government: to Individual and civic integrity; to individual aiu sponsored by public money was shown ill civic commercial progress. „ ,, , ,, . , ,. SUBSCRIPTION RATES NeW Y°rk the paS* W«ek' '^cording to in- One Week 10c side information, to be reeking with tne Qne IW,M£o's cb adv^'ZZiZZZl 90c doctrine that would permit liberal mixing six Months (in advance) fi'J? of negro and white blood. When the white Qne Year (in advance) $3.50 , , , , ——— „ — —: -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 August 1938

THUBB,, "AUG. 25th, 1938 THE DOtantr rRBSS PAGE TWftBls. OTHER EDITOR'S THOUGHTS MAVERICK RUNS AGAIN (general election, after defeat by n Maverick's decision to enter the [conservative, would attract nation- general elction, after his defeat a! sentiment. Because of San An- by Paul J. Kilday in the July pri- j tonio's large Republican voting niary, raises highly controversial strength and other local political issues on two fronts. The first has'conditions, however, the result of to do with the laws and court do- a Maverick-Kilday race in the cisions relative to bolting the par- general election would not be in- ty pledge; the second raises in dicative of sentiment in Texas as Texas the issue of a third party, a whole. movement. Maverick's opponent, Kilday, apparently is correct in his state- Maverick undoubtedly has de- cided to make the race after con- sultation with the President or ment that the Supreme Court ru!-ithose c,ose to him> which meana ing of 1920 bars Maverick from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 August 1938

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS THURS., AUG. 25th, 1938 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society News to Phone 30o Please DENISON STORY LEAGUE SUMMER PROJECT ENDS The weekly story hour, which $ — has been conducted each Thurs- CoiYlIIXCntS Of •day morning during the vaca- . _ tion months, came to a close with J\ iVlOVlG I* (III this morning's program. This pro- £ ject has been sponsored by the "Holiday"—A Columbia picture, Harry painter of Denison, Denison Woman's Brother Injured Dick Allen, son of "Mrs. Edythe Allen of Georgetown, is a paticyit in the St. Vincent's hospital in Sherman, suffering from a seriou.3 Farm Tenancy To Lose Bulge Started In 1933 WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 (UP) Government farm lending agen- internal injury sustained Wednes- c:es estimated today that they day. Young Allen fell forty feet have slowed down the increase in from a tree in his yard, where bo farm tenancy by more than 50 was playing. He was removed im- ! l>er cent (iur>n£ the past year, mediately to the hospita...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 August 1938

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Generally fair and partly cloudy today and Saturday " THE A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month M E Ml? E R OF THE UN ITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, AUG. 26th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 45 HULL TELLS MEXICO U. S. DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS ARE STRAINED Politics Reach Last Race Lap Grayson county and state poli- tics reached the last lap of their journey today as candidates, seek- ing last minute second primary ballots, scurried to all available corners to talk with voters, before they go to the polls Saturday. County politics drew more in- terest than the state races in. Grayson with the sheriff's chase expected to draw approximately the same number of voters to the polls as was registered in the first primary, late in July. With Ben- ton Davis seeking reelection, closely pushed by Pleas Porter, who Davis beat only a few votes two years ago, the race was ex- pected to reach fever pitch before last pracinct boxes are in the hands of officia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 August 1938

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, AUG. v-„ ; -—■ 26th, 1938 _ THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic integrity; to individual an civic commercial progress. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week - 1® ' One Month 3.. : Three Months (in advance) - Six Months (in advance) $1.7* One Year (in advance) - $3..r') BOX~NUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be givt t advertipers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persoi > having telephone listed in their own name and u| • on agreeing to remit when bill is presented.. 3 ) per cent will be added on unpaid private accour ; after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. Any erroneous statement refleeting upon the character or reputation of any persons will be gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the publ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 August 1938

FRIDAY, AUG. 26th, 1938 THE DEmstm FRES3 page tilrek £ * a natural development following is naturally lo?s marked in after- the brushed-up coiffure, which has noon dresses. Here we find skirts aroused suelh a controversy in slightly flaring, school-girl fasfi- Paris, nevertheless, has been en- i°n- '"Fontafnebleau" is in brown thusiastically adopted especially and beige checked velvet; "Ber- hy the younger woman who is not gerae,' 'an ensemble in pale blue afraid of looking older and who pleated lame, worn with a navy is always ready to be "off with blue velvet coat; "Tarbes," a the old and on with the new." I raspberry lame, flecked with gold For daytime wear Heim advo- worn with a broadcloth coat in cates the same silhouctt as for, same shade. evening with slight modifications.! Heim coats are either redin- Tailored suits have slightly longer in form or straight with litUe jackets and are sometimes bloused fullness. The former are extreme- in back. There is a new two-tone youthful...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 August 1938

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, AUG. 26th, SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society News to Phone 3' 0 Flease -9 Surprise Shower For Bride-Elect Miss Doris Scruggs, daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Scruggs, 117 W. Monterey, was hostess to the Wednesday Night Bridge Club at her home Wednesday nigiht As a compliment to Miss l>orothy Trammel whose engage- ment to Lonnie Legjf has just Denison Girls Lunc leon Guests DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY THE TREND OF THINGS -e August 26, 1876 Pursuant to the call of the The Rev .T. F. Murrell and' chairman of the democratic execu- Mra. Murrel, with their daug*- «ve committee of Grayson conn- ..v_i nnr. ty, the democrats of preci-"4 xr~ Esquire at 7 t i t. ii. i n , ty, the democrats of precinct No ters, Misses Is ibel.Ruth and Dor- V ^ ^ Egquit, othy, have returned from a brief office last nig trip to Dallas. 'o'clock. , Misses Ruth and Isabel attend-J 0n motion, Dr. J. C. Feild was pd a luncheon at Hotel Adolphus, chosen chairman and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 August 1938

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy and fair today and Sunday THE DENIS MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS m A FAST CROWlNC 3 :-iht % Per .,,mo DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, AUG. 27, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 46 European Events Take Grave Turn For '!r(I (.u>M -firtolg «Il(> riOnnlt wiifT ntnnM r.iH Texas Tests Gubernatorial Choices of O'Daniel at Polls Today an , O'? I ""-'I ^ _ ^ i ~M~ a 1 a A • /nil , FOLLOWS COURSE OF ROOSEVELT, GOVERNOR SAYS Expect Clay to Arrive Here Within Ten Days DALLAS, Texas., Aug. 27 (UP) The policy of a governor naming a preferential list of political candidates—comparable to a pres- ident's indication of his prefer- red group—was tested today in the Texas runoff primary. W. Lee O'Daniel, the flour salesman who was swept toward the governorship with an over- whelming majority of democratic votes in the first primary, named six candidates for state DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY Capt. Lucius D. Clay, recently named to head...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 August 1938

THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government: to individual and civic integrity; to individual anc civic commercial progress. worse than a housing problem—it will be the problem of keeping our town relatively free of the contaminating influences that will seek to come here. We have enough as it is of this angle, but we are certain to have it carried forward to a marked de- gree. Already we have heard of some of the ne'er-do-well taking up their abode in this county in order to be here long enough to establish a Grayson county citi- zenship so they may be granted certain li- SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week 10c , ; 1 One Month - 35c censes or other privileges belonging only Three Months (in advance) 90c t() those iivjng here a certain number of 81* Months (in advance) $1.75 One Year (in advance) $3.50 months. It is a job for officers of the county and of Denison to con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 August 1938

SATURDAY, AUG, 27, 1938 THE DENEStm FKES3 PAGE THREk COURTS c fifteenth district court r. M. CARTER, JUDGE New SuiU Filed Bess Hemphill vs. Joe Hemp- hill, divorce. Automobile Registrations R. F. Daniels, Sherman, Ford Coupe. W. R. Chesiuvtt Sherman, Chev- rolet coupe. Realty Transfers 1 N. C. Feiigmson to R. E. Mc- ICullough, lots 1 and 2, N. C. Ferguson addition to Bells, $150, July 20, 1938. H. N. Jackson et ux to Hazel O'. Lautenschlager, lot fronting Just Kids 60 feet on North Woods in tho J. B. McAn-air survey in Sherman, $1,300, April 19 1938. N. A. Birge et al to Mabel T. MeElhannon, 85 by 100 feet in the J. B. McAnair survey, $1,200 Aug. 24, 1938. JIM MY c/oNto HEARS THAT TO B£ I Collyyf)N I .Thought MEHFiE SHE.D WrtiT Till t op to moKRy HER_ 5tough Woklp, BBH■ And The Worst Is Yet To Come Oil and Gas Assignment Luther Crabtree to J. C. Snatggs south 20 acres of a 40- acre tract in the C. G. Quillen survey, $1 and other considera- tions, Aug. 20, 1938. : s OFFICE HOURS 6 A....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 August 1938

PAGE FOUR THE DBNXSQN PRESS SATURDAY, AUG. 27, 1938 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society News to Phone 3OH Please ANNOUNCEMENT-SHOWER FOR MISS RUTH WORSHAM Miss Evelyn Scott daughter cf 'Mr. and Mrs. E- E. Scott, 523 West Hull, was hostess last eve- ning to a lovely party and show- er, announcing the betrothal and approaching marriage of Miss Ruth Worshain, daughter of Mrs, X^ave WJorsham, 11-131 West Crawford to A. L. Dempsey, sou of Mrs. P. N. Deunpsey, of Annis- ton, Ala, The wedding will be solemnized, September the first, at the home of the Rev. Ben F. Hearn, pastor of the First Chris- tian church. Miss Scott used a pink and sil- iv er color scheme in her decora- tions, table appointments and re- adorned throughout wih masses freshments. The house was of garden flowers in the pastei shades. For the bridge games the tables were spread in whits satin, covers, with lilies of the valley hand painted in the corn- ers. The tallies and score pads v/ere fashioned of wftiite satin wedding I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 August 1938

. WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Mostly fair tcday and Tuesday THE DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, AUG. 29th, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 47 British-French Warn Hitler Gulf Storm m Burns Out BROWNSVILLE, Tex., Aug. 29 (UP)—A Gu.f storm which threa- tened for a time to cause serious damage to Texas coastal towns, was blowing itself out in the in- terior of Mexico today. Only one town, Victoria, capital of the Mexican state of Tamaul- ipas, received the full fury of .the storm. Tropical winds and tor- rents of rain stuck there yester- day, cutting off all communica- tion. No word had been received since the storm struck, but coast weather authorises believed that the wind was not of sufficient force to have caused serious pro- perty damage or loss of life. The highest recording of wind was at Tampico, Mex., fifty miles south of Victoria, where it reached a velocity of 40 miles an hour. Rainfall totaled...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 August 1938

'AGE TWO THE DENISON PRKSJ3 MONDAY, AUG. 29th, .1938 THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and resronsive governmen ; to individual and civic integrity; to individual ill : civic commercial progress. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week ' One Month 3^0 Three Months (in advance) 9' J Six Months (in advance) $1/ *? One Year (in advance) - $3.f 0 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be giv i advertisers desiring blind addresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from perso • having telephone listed in their own name and Uj'.-i on agreeing to remit when bill is presented.. )'•) per cent will be added on unpaid private accour after 30 days from date of first insertion. I CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. Any erroneous statement refle«ting upon the character or reputation of any persons will be gladly corrected if bsougfct to the attention of the publishers. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 August 1938

k> MONDAY, AUG. 29th, 1938 THE DEWE5UN FRESS His Eighth and Best f £ THE TREND OF THINGS 1;1 fc i - miKfig er play the leading roles in "B>ue- beard's Eighth Wife," at the Star theatre for last times today, supported by a great cast of minor actors. COURTS FIFTEENTH DISTRICT COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suits Filed Robert E. Day vs. M. S. Web- ster et al, damages. *1 GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Complaints Filed ! M. C. McGlothin, passing on the right. The defendant is ap- pealing from a fine of .$1 and costs imposed by a jury in the jeoaart of Jess Wall, jutice of the peace. The complain t was filed Aug. 9 by Charles E. Ballard, state highway patrolmen, who ar- rested McGlothin on Highway 82. Marriage Licenses | John William Hartwig, and Lynda Maxine Haizlip. Automobile Registrations John Arnold, Sherman, Chev- rolet sedan. G. W. Dutton, Deni&on, Pontiac coach. George 0. Morgan, Denison, Chevrolet coupe. Mrs. B. R. Tilton, Denison, Chrysler sedan. J. W. Gaskil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 August 1938

PAGE FOUR THE DBNIBQLN PRKSS MONDAY, AUG. 29th, 1938_ SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N«ws to Phono 800 Please DENISON B. & P. W. CLUB IS REPRESENTED AT MEETING Mrs. Edna Freels, president and Mrs. L. T. Kretsinger, chairman of international relations, of the Denison Business and Profession- al Women's club, went to Dallas Sunday to attend a lunchMB.t the home of Miss Verna director of the second district v/ho entertained the presidents and chairmen of the ten clubs of district two. The principal feature of meeting was the plan ™ade^ the district convention which is to be held at Sherman, October 8 and 9« i Registrations will begin at 4 P- m. Saturday, Oct. 9 at the Gray- son Hotel, Sherman. Dinner is announced for 7:30. A speaker to be cofirmed, will bring a mes- sage in keeping with national bus- iness women's week that begins Oct. 9 and will be selected from the officially prominent circles of the federation. I A conference of presidents of the district will be held at 8 a. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1938

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Generally fair and cloudy today and Wednesday DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month M E M B E R OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, AUG. 30, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 48 South Carolina Democrats To Pick Between Conservative,New Dealer Candidate Withdraws And Brands Johnston Enemy Of President Rooseve 11 ') COLUMBIA, S. C., Aug. 30 (UP)—South Carolina democrats decide in the party primary today whether to follow President Roos- eveL's wishes and retire Sen El- lison D. (Cotton Ed) Smith who has served in the Senate since 1908. Seeking re-nomination he was opposed by Gov. Olin D. Johnston, an ardent new dealer. Approximately 340,000 voters were expected to pass on the is- sue, described as "the new deal versus Sen. Smith." It was not the first test of the new deal in the sou'h this yeai< but it was the first test since President Roosevelt announced his intention of intervening in s'ate primaries against democratic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1938

TUESDAY, AUG. 30th, 1938 THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated tp clean and responsive government; to indWdiial and civic integrity; to individual anc civic commercial progress. indicated that unless they did the "big breeches" would be on them, the voters. At any rate, those who voted for Mr. | O'Daniel with the hope of having a pen- > sion at an early date, will find the politi- j cal situation at Austin such as to be very j likely marked with considerable horsc- ■iwapping. Already there is talk of taking steps to thwart a possible balance of power on the part of the newly-elected railroad com- missioner, Jerry Sadler, who is slated to cast his lot with Smith thus forming a new SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week 10c One Month - 33c Three Months (in advance) - 9Uc Six Months (in advance) $1.7F . « . . One Year (in advance) $3-50 balance of power in this group. Any way, Mr. O'Daniel has been fu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1938

TUESDAY, AUG. 30th. 1938 tiie denison press o Youthful Face Adds Charm To Mature Autumn Styles MISS BUNT >*!• HAVE you looked over the new fall fashions, especially the towering hats, many of which are made even taller with plumes and feathers and the upswept coiffures, which by now have definitely reached the top of the head? If so, you have prob- ably wondered with a sinking heart. "How am 1 {joint? to wear that?" New styles are intriguing, nevertheless. There is a large range of colors from which you can choose — although you may be troubled by the fact that even the violet shades are muted with som- ber undertones. There is an effect of maturity about many of the new dresses, hats and hair styles, too, that many of you And disturbing. You have been so absorbed in striving for a youthful effect in the past that this impression of maturity seems foreign to you. Still, these dignified hats and coiffures can be made piquant and utterly charming if the face be- neath them is youth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1938

m v mumm PAGE FOUR THE DENISON FRBSS TUESDAY, AUG. 30th, 1938 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society News to Phone 300 Please DENISON B. and P. W. CLUB END SUMMER WITH DINNER PARTY The Denison Business and Pro- fessional Women's club culmi- -cated their informal summer meetings wibH a lovely dinner party last night at the Rod and Gun Club. Mrs. Edna Freels, president of the club presided. The Club house had been at- tractively decorated with garden fiowers by Mrs. John T. Suggs Sr., who was chairman of the ar- langement committee for the oc- casion. During the business meeting, ill charge of Mrs. Freels, reports were given of the various aotivi- tives in which the Club has par- ticipated this summer. Mrs. L. T. Kretsinger district chairman of international relations, gave a de- tailed report of the meeting of the presidents and district chair- wan of the clubs of tSie second district which was held in Dal- las, Sunday, at the home of Mips Verna Ricketts, district director. Miss Eva Bond, ...

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