The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 70, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 11, 1937 Page: 3 of 4
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fta/TORDAY, Sept. 11, 1937
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fifteenth dist. court
New Suit* FiUd
R. M. CARTER, JUDG*1
1 iLucille Stottlemyre vs. [Cecil
Stottlemyre, divorce granted.
Custody of minor child awarded
Audrey Bailey ve. Ross M. Bail-
ey, divorce granted.
Edith Pate vs. l. t. Pate, di>
New Suit* Filed
Billie Faye Adkins vs. R. 11
\dkins, divorce j4«-
State of Texas vs Rochell Jor-
ilun, motion to reduce bond. Mo-
tion gunted and bond reduced to
Ralph d. Butler et al vs. Mrs.
Winnie Pinkerton et vir, report
of receiver's sale of property.
Abbie Ring vs. Paul Howser,
motion to withdraw funds of M.
L. Bush, deceased. Sam D. Wotfe.
appointed by the court to repre-
sent the M L. Bush estate.
Grand Jury Coromi(*ioner«
Charles Bryan of Whitesboro,
Grover Cantrell of Sheman, and
Newt Trammel of Denison were
appointed Friday by Judge R. M.
Carter to act as grand jury com-
missioners. They will select a
panel of 16 men, 12 of whom
will seve as grand jury for the
October term of the fifteenth dis-
r. l. Templeton et al vs. Ed
Steagall et al, partition. Report
of sale approved and received is
directed to execute deed to prop-
erty described in report upon
purchaser's complying with terms
W. A. Moore et ux to W. L.
Ashburn Sr, west 12.6 feet of lot
2, an east 26 feet of lot 3, block
1, I g. Belcher survey, Stewart'j
uddition to Denison, $900; Sept.
Mary a. k. Weyler and Neliia
b. Weyler to f. l. Mooney, lot
12, block 14, w. R. Caruthers
burvey, Day and Munson addition
to Denison, $10, Sept. 8, 1937.
George w. Baldock et ux to c.
l .Shumpert et ux, lot 19, block
20, w. R. Caruthers survey, Stev-
ens addition, Denison, Sept. 7,
j. h. Linn et al to j. w. Skin-
ner et ux, lot 3, block 63, Miller3
second addition to Denison, $2,-
sftd, Aug. 23, 1937.
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son's orchestra, wbap wmaq k
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6:30. nbc—Linton Wells, w
daf koa wmaq who; Note
Day, kprc ww wsm wren w
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end Potpurri, krld koma kg
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7. nbc—National Barn Dance
woai wls wky wfaa wlw
wren kvoo kprc. cbs-
Prof Quiz, krld koma ktsa
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7:30. /qbs—jHolywood iShow
Case, ktrh wwl koma ktsa
know kmox ksl. Lovely Lady,
8. CBS—Hit Parade, KTRH K
OMA KRLD KMOX KWKH KGKO
KTSA KSL WHAS. NBC—Jam-
boree, WDAF KOA WMAQ KPRC
WFAA WKY WOAI KFI WHO.
9. CBS—Phil Napoleon's or-
chestra, KRLD KOMA KTSA KT
RH KMOX WHAS WBBM KSL
WBT WWL. NBC—Carlos Mo-
lina's orchestra, WOAI KFI KPR
C KOA WDAF WLW WKY. Or-
9:30. CBS—Russ Morgan's or-
chestra, KSI KRLD KTSA KOMA
KTRH KMOX WWL. NBC-
Emery Deutche's orchestra, WD A
F WOAI WHO KPRC WKY KOA
WLW. Orchestra, WBAP.
10. CBS—Roger Pryor's or-
chestra, KRLD KWKH KNOW W
HAS KGKO WBBM WACO WB
T KMOX KTUL. Ochestra, WBA
10:30. NBC—William Farmers
orchestra, KOA WOAI KFI WHO
KPRC. CBS—Benny Goodman's
orchestra, KOMA WHAS KGKO
KNOW KTSA WBT WACO KWK
H. Orchestras, KRLD WFAA.
11. CBS—Horace Henderson's
orchestra, KWKH KOMA KTSA
No Love Is Barred
Another Cassidy Film
Ann Sheridan, former Dallas and Denton beauty, plays her second
role opposite Pat O'Brien, in "San Quentin," at the Rialto theatre to-
day. As an added attaction, the film of the Joe
ILouis-Tommy Farr fight will be shown. _____
KNOW KGKO WBBM WACO W
HAS KTUL. NBC—Don Fernan-
do's orchestra, WOAI WENR WD
AF KPRC WHO WKY KOA KV
OO. Summer Variety, WFAA.
Wililam Boyd, as Hopalong, watched Two-BarJ20 boys do their
stuff in a scene from "Hopalong Rides Again," showing currently at
the Star theatre. ,
how well do you
By P"t Perry
' 1.—What is the occasion for
the considerable rivalry of action
between Chicago's Mayor Kelly
and Governor or 111. Horner?
2.—How many delegates were
attracted to the national assmebly
of the G. A. R. at Madison, Wis.?
3.—Who is the twenty-first lo-
cal Katy employe to retire under
provisions of the railway retire-
i 4.—What was believed to cause
a small fire damage recently to
the home of Gibb Pelts, 1206 W.
5.—What was the highly suc-
cessful event for youngsters spon-
sored by the city Parks and Rec
reation department of St. Louis, a
few days ago?
6.—The Denison Chamber of
Commerce, in honor of those par-
ticipating in the summer enter-
tainment series at Forest Park
will sponsor what event Sept. 21?
7.—Why are Mormons storing
up enough food to care for church
members for one year?
8.—Which two members of the
'36 Yellow Jacket team are at-
tending Texas Tech this fall?
t 9.—What is the opinion now of
Marco Polo's travels, once re-
gavded as fanciful tales?
10.—Late reports indicate what
increase of U. S. exports of paint?
Answers to the above questions
are to be found on the classified
KEYS—Lost and found will
advertised free of reward to tht
owner with tha exception of
small advertising coat.
By Cy Hungerf ord
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THAT'S TOO NJUCH?
by Charles McManus
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Citation fiy Publication
THE STATE OF TEXAS.
divorce on the grounds of cruel
— ; treatment. Plaintiff alleges that
In the District Court, May about a year after their marriage
Term, A. D. 1937. j defendant commenned a course
To the Sheriff or any Constable 0f unkind, harsh and tyrannical
of Grayson County,—Greeting: j c0nduct toward plaintiff and w«3
You are hereby commanded; guilty of excess cruel treatment of
that by making publication of this
citation in some newspaper publish-
ed in the County of Grayson for
four weeks previous to the return
day hereof, you summon Jose-
phine Magri Baronello whose resi-
dence is unknown, to be and ap-
pear before the District Court,
15th Judicial Distict of Grayson
County, to be holden in and for
the County of Grayson at the
Court House thereof in Sherman
on the 1st Monday in October
1937, then and there to answer a
petition filed in said court on the
25th day of August, 1937, where-
in Louis R. Baronello is Plaintiff
and Josephine Magri Baronelli is
Defendant, the file number of
said suit being 45,704 and the na-
ture of said Plaintiff's demand
being in substance an action fori
such a nature as to render their
living together insupportable.
Wherefore, Plaintiff prays
for divorce, costs of suit and gen-
HEREIN FAIL NOT, but have
you them and there before said
Court this writ with your return
thereon showing how you have
executed the same.
Witness. R. B. Caraway, Clerk
of the District Court of Grayson
Given under my hand and seal
of said Court, at offiee in the
City of Sherman, this the 25th
day of August, 1937.
R. B. Caraway, Clerk District
Court, Grayson County, Texas.
By V. R. Henderson, Deputy.
Ann The Worst Is Yet To Come
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
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