The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 72, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 14, 1937 Page: 3 of 4
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TUESDAY, SErT. 14, 1937
THE DENISON PREii,
ORAYSON COUNTY COURT
JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE
) Complaint Filed
■I E. E. Tucker, traffic violation,
appeal from Denison city court.
Albert Fuchs, tirunkcnness, ap-
eal from Denison city court.
Mr8. F. E. Wilson, reckless
I Mra. F. E. Wilson, drunkenness.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney II. Lamb
each pleaded guilty in open court
to charges .of swindling, and
were given $5 fines,
i R. J. Olson, three charges of
threatening to kill. All charges
dismissed on motion of the district
! Ken Wortham, abusive lang-
uage. Dismissed on motion of dis-
G. M. Anderson, sale of beer
without displaying a licesne. Dis-
missed on court's own motion.
I Ferguson S'eed Farms vs. Rich-
ard Coffee et ai, order dismiss-
ing case set aside, and case re-in-
FIFTEENTH D1ST. COURT
R. M. CARTER, JUDGE
New Suits Filed
Edith Simpson vs. Donald Simp-
Duke Wortham vs. Almeda
Peggy Jean Hack, adoption J.
S. Chaflin appointed to investi-
gate the suitability of petitioners
to aciopt a minor. Hearing on
adoption sot for October 4. ..
II. G. Anderson vs. David Ar-'
nold, suit to set aside deed. Plain-
tiff given leavo to file first
Z. Gosaett, banking commission
of Texas, vs. Mrs. J. F. Hendricks:,
suit to set aside deed. Defendant's
motion for new trial granted.
Oil and Gat Assignment
The Texas company to Skelly
Oil company, 674.5 acres of the
'Aaron Burns survey, G13.6 acres
of the Daniel Dugan and Aaron
Burns surveys and 550 acres of
the Aron Burns survey, one-third
interest under agreement, $10
June 15. I . uUj,
J. B. Carter, Sherman, Ford
I Howard Browe, Sherman, Chev.
rolet coupe. ~
THAT LITTLE CAMEs" In tei-nat'I Cartoon Co., N.Y.— By B. Link
AH'S IN "TH S
\ u*e to see
OSM-EOS WOR* /,JHlS __
|Goin To BE
A MicE ONE.
l'VE 60T A
/ wmi; \ANT> OME TA&K.-
i cam i op6n,-
PA a •
Ruby Marie Walker, Sherman.
kick in ujitm
the s06a& anc>
<3lMME THE CACCjS.
You isont HAFTA
To enACK \T-
"Hubert Crosby and Miss Alt*
' Talmadge Norman and Miss
Reba Hyepock, Sherman.
Johnny Harringan and Micl
Verdie Robinson, Van Alstyne.
I J. W. Higgs and Mrs. Naomi
G. W. Tunt et ux to Brooks H.
Tune et ux, lit 12, block 5 of Ex-
stein's Maple addition, J. B. Mc-
'Anair surveys, Sherman, $10 and
other valuable considerations,
' G. W. Tune et ux to B. H.
Tune, lot 13, block 5, J. B. Mc-
Anair survey, Sherman, $10, June
J. B. Knight to Fayrene and
Edward Pedigo, lot 12, block 2,
Fischer's Fairmount addition to
Sherman, $3,000, Sept. 7.
' David Payne et al to Mary
Wilson Rumans, 12 tracts in
Sherman, 56 acres of the Williams
Martin survey and 224 acres of
the R. Thompson survey for the
premises and other valuable con-
siderations, Sept. 7.
how well do you
^orth jt ast^jiyest gouth
By Pat Perry
1.—In an attempt to put a
stop to numerous automobile acci-
dents, the city commission has
voted to place what objects at the
teorners of Houston avenue at
Sears and Morton streets?
I 2.—Now that Chicago schools
are closed because of spread of
spinal meningitis, children receive
their lessons how?
3.—Why is it believed that
Pope Pius IX, head of the Roman
Catholic church may never sec
the Vatican again?
4.—>A resolution voted by the
city commission, the west city lim-
its will be moved to include what
concern within its boundary?
5.—C. E. Coonrod is scoutmast-
! Jew Pall, Winter Washable Styles
^Deceive Experts With Their Beauty
Saves His Mistress
CAMDEN, N. J.—A white poo-
dle dog deserves a heroe's laurels
for his part in saving the life of
its owner, Miss Christine Toth.1
Mrs. Toth ate what she thought
was a wijd mushroom. Instead, I
it was a poisonous weed. She took
violently ill during the night and
the dog kept running around
whining before its owner. The
dog gave Mrs. Toth an idea. Writ-
ing a note she pinned it on the
dog's collar and told him to go
for he'.ip. The dog scratched at
the door o'f a neighbor who call-
ed Dr. Harodl Paul Creighton. Her
condition was serious.
Clean Out Acids
Mm LOVE *
You can become peppy
this easy way
If'you if* happy uud peppy and full of fun,
will tnke you ptacea. If you are littffy,
they will Invite you to daocoi uud pun let.
BUT, If you tire cross and llfelus and always
tired oui, men won't be Intubated In you.
Men doo't like "quiet" glrla. Men «a to
parties to enjoy themaelvaa. J hay Want glrli
along who are full of pep.
LYDIA P.. P1KKJJAM S VEGETABLE COM-
POUND uulps ftlve you pep and energy. For
over alsty yearn ftlrls ami woman have been
taking thU famous old medicine to pep them
up ... to help give them atrangtb, energy,
eparkle. Notice the glrla and woman about
| you who are full of pep. Aak them whit makes
tbesn peppy. If they are honest, many of
them will give'the credit to LYDIA E_ PI ' _
HAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. You
ebould give LYDIA E. PINKHAM S VEG-
ETAill.K COMPOUND • try. Girls with pap
p«e uioru dvc to men.
WEAR washable clothes all Fall
That is the word from the style
dictators, but it does not mean that
I he new fashions resemble the typ-
ical wash garments of summertime.
Only the expert eye of the most
t lever shopper can detect that any
i>f these new garments are waah-
I ble. Cotton, for example, appears
In forms from corduroy and twill
to luxurious nubby fabrics, with
frencta crepes, alpacas and even
(weed effects and surprising repro-
ductions of wools. But although
they look like styles that cost many
limes the price of these, the new
'dresses can be kept fresh and splc-
er of what local Boy Scout troop?
6.—How often are names chos-
en to be inscribed in the Hall of
Fame of New York City?
i 7.—Hdw many lives claimed in
the terrific typhoon striking To-
fcio at the close of last week?
8.—Who serves as head of the
Catholic church when the pope
dies until a new one is elected?
9.—Ancient Egyptians thought
the source of the Nile to be what?
10—What are the legends primi
tive people in nearly every per-
and-span by a Quick trip to the
household washing machine and a.
few moments of finishing on the
The youthful, smart flowered,
crepe and the lovely spun rayon'
shown here, the latter with its
cleverly contrasted stripes, hori-
zontal In the blouse and vertical
In the skirt, were exhibited at al
recent style show that Introduced;
the new fashions to store repre-'
sentatives from throughout the
country. Both costumes, the speci
tators were told, can go into th<i
household washer as successfully
as the most unpretentious kitchen
apron. —~- ■- •••
tion of the world have?
Answers to the foregoing ques-
tions may be found on the classi-
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The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 72, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 14, 1937, newspaper, September 14, 1937; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327699/m1/3/: accessed September 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.