The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 70, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 11, 1937 Page: 4 of 4
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Saturday, Sept. ii, 1937
I Mrs. Eva Huskey of Greenville, I
•state supervising deputy and Mrs.
Bessie Wyche, Sherman, dep-
uty, were special guests Frid
evening at a meeting of Myrtle
Le«f Camp No. 4078, Royal
Neighbors of America. Mrs. Ef-
fie Strohm, local oracle, presided.
Opening the meeting Mis3 Gen-
evieve Sweeney played America
while Miss Jo Ila Wyche of Sher-
BUS1NESS WOMEN WILL
GO TO DENTON SUNDAY
FOR PROGRAM PLANNING
I The following members of t-.ie
Denison Business and Professional
Women's club will attend a dis-
trict convention planning session
Sunday at the Hotel Southern in
Denton; Mrs. L. T. Kretsinger,
president; Mrs.. A. M. Freels,
Miss Eva Bond, Miss Mary Schloe-
man, Miss Helen Cullen and Mrs.
J. S. Knaur, district chairman
Dr. Lena Skiles will preside and Kia/.o opus.
A Movie Fan
• ; •
"San QucMitin" Screen play., by
Peter Milne and Humphrey Cobb.
Story by Robert Tanker and John
Pright. Directed by Lloyd
and released by Warner Bros.
The cast—Pat O'Brien, Hun.ph-
ey Bogart, Ann Sherida«, Barton
MacLane, Joseph Sawyer, Veda
Ann Borg, James Robbin., Joseph
He-Man From Millionaire Row
man presented the American flag. confer wjth other club presidents
Mi's. Strohm had the team to in- jn ^ja district about the conven-
troduce the honored guests. Mrs. tion jn j)enjson Oct. 9 and 10. An
Husky discussed the district con-
vention in Greenville Tuesday,
November 9 in the Washington
hotel. At that time national of-
ficers from Rock Island, 111. will
The local club is also planning
to attend a review of the book,
, "And So Victoria" in Sherman
be present, and the Denison team Tuesday evening at the Woman's
will give the retiring march. | Chouse, given by Miss Lillian
The combination of prison bars
and taut suspension were quite
real in "San Quentin," present
The only thing 1
regret if a rather flimsy ending
that stretches ones imagination
ns to whether any wounded con-
elaborate program haV^e^'ten- viet would return to prisor, w«i.
a last good word for an offtcei.
An incident like that would make
the front pages of every newspa-
|U'"1 ^'"T'limnnhrpu Bocart' George O'Brian and Beatrice Roberts ^re the stars in the Star thea-
Pat O Brien, Humphrey Boga ^ leature for Sunday and Monday, "Park Avenue Logger," in
end Ann Sheridan head the list of Georgie plays the role of an on-the-side wrester with plenty
actors. O'Brier i« an army cap- J of cash.
tain who is appointed to restore
Mrs. Strohm is conductor. Mrs, Womack's «ppearance and a small' - ruer in a mutinous prison. The '-and Friday at Sadler Baptist; music is to be given by the choir,
'Husky went on to describe the „,imittancp fee will be charged.' 1 'n t'ie caSd 's Sheridan, church beginning at 10 a. m. Ihe^ 'Early Will 1 Seek Thee, June
— . .1 au"1 ® 'Li n >• ii'lirtjn f nnrrli D T TT la mnniirin- I iriioli vofUn-fli' a c enlniaf anrl
I She also brought out the Womack. The Sherman business
"streamlined" insurances of which mmen<s ciub is sponsoring Miss
Hither And Yon
national convention in Colorado
Springs this summer and gave a
vivid outline of Pike's Peak which
is topped with snow the year
i Miss Sweeny will notify secre-
The hour is 7:45 p. m.
THREE BOY SCOUTS
RECEIVE ADVANCE IN
RANK fRIDAY NIGHT
Advancement in rank to sever-
taries of the district camps about al members was made Friday
the convention. j njg^t at a meeting of Boy Scout
I Mrs. Joe Capelle had charge t,.00p No> 1( according to an-
lof a musical program last evening. nouncement of C. E. Coonrod,
Uerry Wood played two piano scoutma8ter.
Inumbers and later accompanied I Those receiving advancements
'George Mashall in two songs. Miss ( were Jim Nimon and Gene Berg-
Sweeney sang, played two num- lund> tenderfoot to second class
ibers after which Mrs. Capelle re- and Le,wis Vaughn, (fii1st clhas
fcited the beatitudes of Royal to gtar rank Xhe review was
Neighbors camps. Mrs. Wyche conducted by the troop committee
fcpoke briefly. j c0mp0Se(j 0f Rev. Harry Lee
• A refreshment couse of ice yirden, E. N. Berglund, Joe Ward
cream, cake and mints was served. 0Tld Layton McKinney.
night club peformer, whoso tough iState B. T. U. rally is meeting Lynch Krattiger as soloist and
brother, Bogart, lands in San ,n Temple Thursday and Friday, i "0, God Our Help," with Maurice
Quentin. Bogait is about to re* <u' this wee':,
gain his manhood when learning t
the prison inmates believe his
privileges are received because
the boss is in love with Miss
Sheridan. What he d >es i-t up to
"San Quentin" is filled with
Mrs. Jim Crawford and dai'ja
ter, Joan, 607 West Monterey j
street are spending the weekend in
Fir t Presbyterian
Sunday school at 9:45.
Morning worship at 10:50. The
pastor, Rev. S. L. Terry, will have
'Daniel, the Man
ILouisville with relativse.
for his subject
Board of Stewards for Waples [ of Courage."
Junior Bible Story Hour
The hall was decorated
crepe myrtles and roses.
gunplay, a prison break Memorial church will have a ca'l-
and even a sit down strike, prov- J ed meeting Sunday afternoon at
ing the fad is liable to strike any-, 2 o'clock in the educational
where. O'Brien and Bogart are j building, it has been announced.
a bit of alright and Joseph Saw- >
yer as the prison force behind
Bogart's trouble making, has a
role suited to his ability.
Mrs. S. L. Terry is the
Merit badges were awarded to
Marion Harrison, second class and
Dan S'peigel, Star rank.
Recognition of the honoees will
he made at the city court of
honor September 16, it is an
! Membes of the Denison Order' 111086 in atte"dance' beside* I
of Rainbow Girls who are leaving the above mentioned included B.
next week to enter various col- F. Paulk, assistat scout mastei,
leges were complimented with a Everett Hicks, secon class; Lir.-
Iwncheon today at the Hotel Den- *0n Hutchison, tenderfoot; Alli-
ison. Miss Pauline Notgrass wa> SOn Brackett, tenderfoot am.
Seated at the head of the table. | Charles Wood. Nine visitors were
I Places were set for thirty eight attracted.
girls and advisory, board members.1
HAVE SEVERAL EVENTS
OF INTEREST THIS WEEK
1 The First Presbyterian church
has several events scheduled. The
More than half the
were awaiting screen
the Joe Louis-Tommy
fight. Although we know very
little about this kind of sport,
there seems to have been quite a
few hits left in the cutting room, j evening at 7 o'clock Scoutmaster
We don't know whether they fav-| Dick Finch urges every member
ored Farr or not but we have our to attend.
suspicions. Anyway those who
were not satisfied with the verdict
can see most of the punches from
close range and draw th.Ur own cipation at
Young peopje'f Christian An-
| deavor at 6:15. Mrs. Lloyd Frank-
Miss Elaine Wright will be lin has charge of devotional and1
leader of the "Young People's un- | Charmian Byers wil l be leader of
ion, Waples Memorial church Sun- the Bible contes'.
day evening at 6:45 The program' Evening service at 7:30 at
theme will be "To The Larger Pottsboro. Rev. Terry will have
Good." for his subject "Witnessing for!
Christ" which wiU be the closing
Boy Scouts of the First Chris - service of the week's revival.
tian church will meet in their cab -'
in on the church lawn Monday j Calvary Baptit
Rev. L. R. Lamb, pastor, will
preach Sunday morning on Mat-
thew 12:41. Sunday night his
subject will be "If You Will Te'i
Me What You Think, I Will Tell
You What You Are."
Sunday school meets at 9:45
with J. Paui Steel, superin endent
directing. BTU will meet at 7:00
p. m. with Miss Jessie Simrns in
The tables were decorated with
Clusters of rosebuds and sweet-
peas. Place cards held the Rain-
I Miss Lillian Ruth Russell, grand
faith of Texas was presented with Women's Missionary society con-
to gift gavel incribed with her vene Monday at 2:30 with Mrs.
name. She is planning to attend Douglas 'Circle No. 1 will
/Denton Teacheife College. Cor-,^6 charge.
sages were set at plates of each Board of Deacons
honoree. ; that evening at the
1 'Other girls complimented were ?
Miss Amelia Roots going to Bay-! ' Paris Presbytery assembles at
lor university, Miss Helen Fays Honey Grove Tuseday aftenoon Anderson, W. G. Langston, C. E.
Story, to enter Denton Teachers ®t 2:30 and does Wednesday
college; Miss Hazel Hagans, also n000, A. P. Wood will accomp-
Denton Teachers; Miss Martha any t*le Bev. S. L. Terry as dele-
Jane Gill, Southeatern State «ate from Denison.
Teachers college, Durant and Mi s'' "hack to church' picnic is
Sylvia Karchmer, State Woman's to be held Wednesday evening at
college, Denton. , 6:30 for all members, and each
! Advisory board members pre?- family will bring a picnic lunch.
After a brief program on the
lawn a study of "What Pre^byter-
ans Believe" will be held.
B. A. drill team of
practicing' for parti-
the state W. B. A.
conclusions. We read somewhere convention to be held in Dallas
that a million dollar gate will be Oct. 1 and 2 The Sherman team
assured after this fight. It should will also take part in activities, it
be, if only to see Louis put on j js announced.
some real boxing.—G. A. V. I
-• j Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jacksoii
and family arrived overland in
OPENING MEETING OF
STORY LEAGUE WILL BE
HELD AT WILSON HOME
The opening fall meeting of the
Denison Story Tellers league
Hvhich was postponed from last f
Tuesday until Sept. 14, will be
held in the home of Mrs. Carl Wil- j
son, 1307 West Woodard street.'
Hostesses with Mrs. Wilson will
be Mesdames Tom Thoman, H. B.
Sunday, will be the closing day
Denison Thursday morning from' of a two-weeks revival conducted
their home in Oklahoma City.' by Rev. and Mrs. Mi't?s Simmons
They will visit with relatives un-' of Dallas.
til Sunday and then attend t: I Sunday school at 9:45, morning
Dallas exposition and Fort Wort'
ent were Mrs. A. L. Ford, mother
advisor, Mrs. Guy Story, assist-
ant, Mrs. G. G. Hopkins, Mrs W
H. Bryant, Mrs. Gordon Nix, Mrs.
'George Cuchenor, Mrs. C. H.
(Reed. Guests were Mrs. Oscar
Boren and Mrs G. N. Upshaw of
California, mother and aunt
Mrs. Earl Connelly of Longview
drove up Thursday for an over-
night visit with her aunts, Miss-
es Cassie and Nell Duffey and
Mrs. M. J. Sweeney and daughter
Miss Genevieve, 119 West Gau-
dy street. Mrs. Connelly was ac-
companied by her cousin Miss
David Platter is' presiden7for7he( Catherine Johnson of Houston.
1937-38 season and has a large j
group of executives to assist her.'
McCoy and James Redmon.
Mrs. William Campbell will be
the program leader and Pan-Am-
erican stories will be told. Mrs.
service at 10:50. Young peoples'
service at 6:45 and evening ser-
vices at 7:30. The church is lo-
cated at 231 W. Texas street.
The pastor is Floyd W. Akin.
T. E. L. CLASS ELECTS
FALL PROGRAM PLANNED
The T. E. L. Class of Calvary
Baptist church elected officers
recently as follows: Mrs. F. R.
Mrs. J. L. Cordial, 825 West
Morgan street, has just returned
I from a two weeks visit in Dallas
' with friends and 'relative*?
Words taken from the Lord's
Prayer, "Thy Kingdom Come,"
will serve as the text for both
morning and evening sermons by
| the pastor, Rev. Don L. Harwell.
| The morning sermon is at 11 o'-
clock and the evening at 7:30. <
Church school at 9:45 with Mrs.
J. G. Lay'on, superintendent, in
OF WAPLES CHURCH TO
CONVENE IN CIRCLES j Lawhon, president, Mrs. W. A.
The Missionary society of Wa-j Badgett, M^. Clarence Stovail
pie Memorial church will open its and Mrs. W. C. Dowdy, vice preii.:
Inll nn J ntin^Aa mnafinira M AtlfVoti H ft* , /r tfrtlil
'Hiawatha division No. 254, G.
I. A. to B. of L. E, met Thursday
Speaking of those high-powered
charabancs or sight-seeing busses
used in the alps and along the Ri-
viera: in addition to the carpeted
and plush-lined interior, the mod-
ernistic chairs, Iieather-upholster-
ed and equipped with head rest
and smoking facilities; (here are
large, full-view windows. The
most unque feature, however, is
that the entire top of the bus rolls
back at the simp'ta turn of ft
crank by the chaffeur, permitting
full view skyward. This allows one
to really appreciate the grandeur
of the snow-capped Maratime
A" ps and to breathe to full lung
capacity, the clear, crisp exhilirat-
ing mountain air. Driving first
through the streets of Nice, we
note the numerous arcades—a fea-
ture in architecture copied by
Napoleon from Egypt. We jour-
ney out on the Grande Corniche
Drive, hte oldest stone built
mountain road in a.4 the world.
Portions of this road were first
constructed long before the Chris-
tian era and it was a strategic mil-
itary highway at the time when
"all roads led to Rome." Along
the way are still seen the rock
ruins of little homes built by the
Romans, interspersed with mod-
ernistic vllas stuck here and there
on the terraced mountain-sides,
principally cream-colored houses
with red tile roofs. Here and there
also is an imposing ivy-grown
"chateau," many of which are
still occupied in part as dwellings.
Some of the more conveniently
located have been transformed,
like our old southern mansions,
into tea-rooms, restaurants and
cycle manipulated by a boy about
ten years of age. Small boys who (
d,on't know how to run a bicycle
should be made to keep off of the
sidewalks on our prinicpal streets. •
September 10, 1902
The strike at the Katy shops is
settled. The machinists helpers1
were receiving $1.50 per day be-
fore the strike. Under the new
agreement, thirty-four of the old-
est men in point of service will
receive $1.75 per day^ When a
vacancy takes place in the ranks
of the men getting this amount,
the oldest man receiving $1.50
per day will be promoted to the
$1.75 class. The raise increases
the wages of most of the men
working in the spring gang and
the hammer men get 16}4 cents
more a day. All of the men going
out on the strike are put back to
work with the promise that they
will' not be discriminated against.
Texas oil is driving coal out of
the Mississippi valley. The ship-
pers of coal to southern markets
have already lost a demand for
300,000 bushels. Two boats on
southern river are using oil. It is
delivered at Memphis at 50 cents
per barrel, which is equal to
$1.75 per ton coal. The contest
between coal and oil is only begin-
The officers were around yes-
terday, ordering business men to
take down their swinging signs.
(Continued from Page 1)
Hold Tourney In
In Rialto Film
Denison roque players will start
their annual tournament here Sat-
urday night with two teams play-
ing one game each in the examina-
tion contest, secreta'yi-treasurer .jown; heavenly song hits by Gor
Sam Boldrick announced Thursday (Jon an(j Rve}; scrumptious girls;
i "You Can't Have Everything"
is the title of his latest singsation-
al musical presentation, but pro-
duction chief Darryl F. Zanuck
proceeded to give it everything:
rhythm, sweet, trembly and lwto*
The local tournament will be
for the purpose of seeking out
the better players who wi'i take
on pickcd players from Caddo,
Ok., Whitesboro and other points
The four to play Saturday night
on the north side courts are Dr.
Joe Mayes and LeRoy M. Ander-
son playing against Bill Frares
and C. W. Hoover. The game will
start at 7:30 o'clock.
Madill has some good players
who frequent the Denifon courts
and the games have been rather
an admixture of talent so far as
Denison is concerned and the Ma-
dit> men have been able to hand
a parade of personalities; flying
fiddle; hot trumpets; honey croon-
ers; dancing feet like rain on the
roof; the and isanest atics from
From the s ame studio that was
responsible for the uproar, the
brillance, the freshness and the
melody of "Sing Baby, . Sing,"
"Thanks a Million," "Pigskin
Paade," "One in a Million," "On
The Avenue," and 'Wake Up and
Live," comes an outstanding cast
in a singsational show topping
Alice Faye, the Ritz Brothers,
Don Ameche, Charles Winninger,
Louise Hovick, Rubinoff and his
FAST ACTION DRAMA
"PARK AVE. LOGGER'
violin, and Tony Martin are fea-
,a good size bunch of trouble to | ^ured in the Twentieth Century-
the local group, for the reason | ,pox picture, "You Can't Have
they send down their picked men Everything," showing at the Rial
and there is not any given time to theatre Sunday( Monday and
for them to appear on the local Tuesday.
courts. The result is the first two |
players who happen to show up
take them on. At that, however, j GEORGE O'BRIEN IN
the Oklahoma men have not been .
able to have a, walkover. Thurs-
day night three of their players
came down and played four on
five games. The result was about
even as to games, although the
points were one-sided and the
breaks about even.
Following the local tournament
between the players, Denison will
be more in a position to handle
the visitors. Games during the
local tourney will be alternated
between the court on the north
side and that on *the sou'h side.
All games will be played at night
or on Sunday afternoon.
droves after the game was over.
Just to repeat, Denison should
feel fortunate in that the school
system is being brought up to
present day standards in a short
Heralded as one of George O*
Brien's fastest-moving out-door
dramas, "Park Avenue Logger,"
a George A. Hirliman Production^
for RKO Radio elease comet
to the Star theatre Sunday an'l
Monday with the virile star in
the title part.
O'Brien's role of the wealthy
scion who goes in for the finer
(things of life only to forsake the
social whirl for the vigorous ex
istence of a lumberjack in one of
his father's gigantic lumber
camps'is said to offer the star .to
ideal opportunity to display hn
dramatic as well as athletic procli-
' The story revolves around O'-
Brien's adventures in the logging
camp where his father sends him
to harden him, never suspecting
time and in a few years it will tw " , "Z,, 7
i. V . /. . fthat hls son is a wrestling char-
rate with the highest in the state.i _. , ,. , ,,
„ . , , . . I Pion who wretles under the nam
Every modern method s being I
pushed into service by, Superin-1
school board, realizing the need of
giving every local school child the
( best possib'ie advantages.
St. Luke's Episcopal
Junior church and church school
afternoon in a business session will reassemb'u this morning fol-
with Mrs. A. H. Preston presiding.
Tentative plans were made for
the fall and winter months.
fall and winter meetings Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Circles
will convene at different homes
Circle No. l will meet with Mr?.
F. F. Fowler, 1112 West Walker
street. Mrs. G. P. Brous is co-
' Friends in Denison have receiv- hostess
ed announcement of the marriage, Circle No> 2 h t0 convene
of Mrs. LaiLoise Lovellette, daugh-1 the Wesley class rooms in the
ter of Mr. and Mrs A. H. Conn, educational building. Mrs. C. M.
Corpus Christ,, to Darrell H.1 Perry in charge.
Blair Saturday, Sept. 4. The vow* circle No. 4 has as hostess Mrs.
were read at the First Baptist^. Hi Littie( 1103 Wegt Gandy
church in Corpus Christ! with Rev. 3treet, assisted by Mrs. Florence
R. O. Carr officiating.
Mrs. Blair wag dressed in
blue velvet frock with harne.
tan accessories and wore a cor-
sage of talisman rosebuds and
liliel of the valley A long, low
table covered with bronze flowers
formed an appropiate background.
1 The bride formerly resided in
Denison and has many friends
here. Mr. Blair is manager of the
Knox Oil company and after ,
short wedding trip the couple will
he at home at 532 Cole street.
I Among out-of-town guests were
two of the groom's listers, Mr
Willota Covington of Houston ami
IMrs. G. H. Hoyer of Shreveport,
Circle No. 3 met in a business
and social period this week and
therefore yrill not have a session
on Monday. Mrs. Ewell Brig-
ham will be devotional leader next
MISS CLAYTON WILL
GIVE CONCERT AT THE
WAPLES CHURCH SUNDAY
Miss Virginia Clayton, assist-
n organist at Waples Memorial
rhurch will give a concert Sun-
day evening at 7:15 prefacing th.
worship hour. Her numbers w'll
be "Song of thi,- Basket Weav-
er" (Russell); "Largo." (Handel)
and ''Reveries" (Dickenson),
dents; Mrs. T. M. Williams, sec-
retary; Mrs. J. W. Ransome,
treasurer; Mrs. S. O. Freeman,
reporter; Mr.s C. A. Markham,
chorister; Mrs. E. Woods, pianist:
Mrs. W. L. Walker, assistant to
Mrs. R. C. Moore, teacher.
lowing our brief summer vacation.
Services for the 16th Sunday,
after Trinity will be: 7:30 a. m.
Holy Communion; 9:45 junior
church and church school, with ex-
ception of adull Bible class; 11
a. A., morning prayer and ser-
(Continued front "ige o.i.*>
With the exception of the one
pion who wretles under the name
of The Masked Marvel. In the
| big tree country O'Brien clashes
•with two crooked foremen. Rough-
and-tumble fights, logging can
hurtling wildly down the moun-
tainside to destruction, giant red-
wood trees crashing from dizzy
heights, daring lumberjacks, all
are blended into a suspenseful
drama, according to advance re-
' score, the Jackets never threaten-
ed again, playing in mid-field or 1
deep in their own territory mostlcenter- Hawkins; quarter, Hervey;
of the evening. haIvos- Stinebaugh and Franks;
Terry, Franks, Stinebaugh and fu"' FnKa,a
, Hawkins were oustanding for the
Lions, while Fred Taylor, Ed
Substitutions: Denison, Deese,
Rutledge. Greenville: Hendorson,
Drlvn Safelr—Not CurlMtl,
i Bible school will met at 9:45.
Morning worship at 10:45. Spec-'
— ia) anthem "Jesus Lover of My DENISON 62 YEARS AGO—
The class is planning an exten- Soul," Otha Odell and choir. Ser-' (Continued from Page 1)
eive campaign for the winter mon "Faith Working Through I — - —
months, intermingled with several Love.' ' 1 80Uth on Houston avenue. They
Ran into Elva Haker, former
Denison assistant coach, at Green-
ville last night and he's still the
same likeab'ie cuss, even though he
did lead the Liong to a victory
over the Jackets. Acting in the
head coach capacity during the
illness of Dan Stallworth, Baker
turned in such a good perform-
ance from the sidelines that Lion
fans were congratulating him in
Harris and Lee Brigham stood out Nabourney' Terr-V Yarborough,
1 for the Jackets. | Routh' Lain and Argenbright
Statistics: first downs, Denison
1, Greenvil'tj 8; yards gained from j
scrimmage, penison 18, Greenville
169; yards lost from scrimmage,
Greenville 6; passes completed,
Denison 1 for 15, Greenville 1 for
9; incomplete passes Denison 2,
intercepted 2; Lions, 1 intercept-
ed; Denison punted 9 times for
average of 35 yards, Greenville 7
times for 35; Denison penalized
5 times for 35 yards, Greenville 6
times for 50.
Starting lineups: Denison—ends
Shearer and Sch'ieuse; tackles,
Vandiver and McCorkle; guards,''
i Hempking and Ownby; center, J
Brigham; quarter, Jackson;.
halves, Phillips and Harris; full,'
Greenville—Sholton and Rich- [
ards ends; tackles, Morris and
Mason; guards, Jaco and Abdo;
Wm. BOYD in
SUNDAY and MONDAY
ON THE STAGE
R 1 ALT O
Children hour at 2:30. were soon caught and brought
Young people wil ' met in their back, where the night one was
room in the church at 6:80. j foun* to be pretty *adly hurt.'
| The evening service will begin The wagon was almost new, but
! at 7:30, Special music duet "Ivory s beyond the possibility of being
Doro- Palaces," Mrs. J. C. Morgan and
Walter Burch. Sermon "The Bl-
BRIDE OF OKLAHOMA
MAN WEDNESDAY NOON
thy Nell Pirtle, daughter of Dt,
Harmon Pirtle, and Aarron Howell ography of a Christian,
of Manitou, Okla., were married Church interest .night, Wednes-
at the Presbyterian manse at noon ''ay a' The lesson fhat will
Wednesday. Dr. B. Wrenn Webb he wi" t1le Missionary Mes-
officiating. They were attended j *af?e of the Bible,
1>y Dr. Pirtle, Miss Mae Hall and
Miss Lucille Giles. Mr. and Mis.: Wape'. M.mori.l
Howell left immediately for Man - 1 J- C- Kimble wi" pre9,de at the i
itou where they will make their SundaV sch°o1 hour' The morn,n t
homo I worship period will incude Rev.
D. W. Hawk's sermon "Simon
i Protests Hig Love" and an an-
them by the choir "Lnuda Anima."
Young people will convene at 6:45
County llaptist after which Rev. Hawk will speak
meet Thursday on "Food for the SquI." Special
PAT O'BRIEN in
Radio's No. 1 >
Si ging Cowboy^
and Blue Yodeler
ON THE SCREEN
R. H. Mackey, of Cleburne, wa3
struck in the back and nearly
knocked into the gutter, by a bi-
7fie$how 0^ Sfwvs.
I 'Association wdi
A R0UCHNECK O
TOWN IN THE
CARRIE WILSON VARIETY
3 STOOGES COMEDY
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