The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 72, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 14, 1937 Page: 4 of 4
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tUESDAY, SEPT. M lMf
of the yearbook, "Touring Iligh-
J ways of the "World." Mrs. S. A.
I Drifter was elected sponsor for
mu Minion-! the season. Added to this is the
The Grayson county Mission-
project, establishment of a wom-
ary association will have the thir-
ty-eighth annual session in Sad-
ler Thursday and Friday of th.s
week. Rev. Claud Johnson ot'|
Sherman, moderator, will preside. J
The program will open at 10 a. j
m. Thursday, Sept. 16, with a
song service and business session.
At 10 a. m., Dr. J. A. Ellis of
the Sherman First Baptist church
will talk on "Christian Education"
and at 11:25 the Rev. H. L. White
of the Sherman Forest Avenue Sept. 27, honoring new mem-
church will deliver a sermon, j beri. A Mexican program is to
A devotional service and the be given. Future important dates
appointment of various commit- 810 the annual Thanksgiving and
an's rest room in the Security
Iiuiluing. Misses Evelyn Wallace,
'Martha Jane Clayton, Ethel Neef,
Louise Bales and Helen Lilea have
charge of this.
Other committees named were
telephone, Miss Janet Walker, and
Miss Kittie Belle Hankey; hospi-
tality, Frances Gregg and Fran-
The next meeting will be held
Not Given It By
1 New Year's Eve dances.
The amusement loving public
of this section will have a real j
treat in store for it in the way of
tees will begin at 1:30 p.
followed by reports from
Rev. F. A. Tippin of the Whites- PARIS PRESBY 1 ERY
fcoro church, financial: Edgar HELD IN HONEY GROVE
Peveto of Sherman, Sunday TODAY AND WEDNESDAY IHHjHij
school; Mrs. Harry Gregg of | Rev. & LTTerry and A. P . beautiful for a one ' south and is a sister to Loi; church Monday afternoon
a good stage production when i jane Wvman of an aristocratic family is given the romantic lead op-
' ■. _ i 1 • it.t nn.cfatM inn "film Tlnnn AkPH
* Harlev Sadler's Own Company posite Kfenney Baker in their first co-starring film, "Mr. Dodd Takes
! erects its mammoth tent ££ j th« Ria,t° Wednesday and ThUrsday-
Son will go East to present tin
award to the winner at thp end
of the school term.
The Ringiing Bros, and Barn-
urn & Bailey combined circus
known the world over as The
Great Show on Earth, making its
1987 tour with a seven-ring-and-
stage program of which it is un-
usually proud and featuring a
new and dazzling introductory,
spectacle, India, wilS positively ex-
hibit in Gainesville Sunday Sept.
With 2000 people and animals
participating in its brilMant page-
antry, India fills the world's lar-
gest big top with moving color,
flashing gems, costly habilaments,
gorgaous robes and headdress,
rare fabrics, ornate floats, dazz-
ling banners in a panorama of in-
effable beauty. It surpassse all
proviovus spectacles in evry re-
spect—in cost, in co'or, in splen-
dor and In immensity.
I When a Connecticut power
company needed a reservoir it
dammed up a valley, creating
Candlewood lake. The lake Is
only 17 miles long but its shore-
line measures P7 miles.
The loss from farm fire* in
the United States amounts annu-
ally to the equivalent of $10
capita tax on every farmer in
The American Geographical So-
ciety of New York in the oldest
geographcial society in the coti
try. It was founded in 1862
C. B. SULLENBERGER MFG. CO.
ltl-10 W. Cheat nut iirwL
-MAN UFACTUIHJBR8 OF-
High Class Mill Work
Including doors. windows, frame Interior trim. We specialise
<n window and door eoreenB. OrIv*i 1««<i or black Bpeolai
cahiuat nad fixture* to suit every need.
Denison, W. M. U. ; the Rev. Ar- Wood left today for Honey Grove gagement in Denison Thursday, j ^ oJ, Denison<
thur DeLoach of the East Sher- where tHe Paris Presbytery op- Sept. 16. \
man church, B. T. U.; J. D. Bus- enetl at 2:30 and will continue There is an old saying that1
ter of Sherman, Baptist Brother until Wednesday noon The Deni-1 "variety is the spice of life," Har-
hood, and Dr. J. F. Murrell of 1 aon men are representatives of the' ley Sadler promises just that;
Denison First Baptist church,' First Presbyterian church. ; They carry a band and orches-
evangelistic campaign. j' Before leaving, however, Rev. tra; the band will give a free con-
I Night services will begin at 7:- (Terry announced the "back to cert in front of the big tent at
45. Dr. Hal Buckner of Dallas Church" picnic Iflor Wednesday ' p. m. Conway Cruze and his
will talk on Buckner orphans' evening at 6:30 on the lawn. Mrs. i mv lc*l mavericks make their ap-
home and the Rev. Leslie O. Evans j Arthur Douglas will be in charge ; f-earunce for a fifteen minute
of the Whitewright church will of arrangements and each family V gram preceding the rise of the
deliver an inspirational sermon. ' '8 to bring a basket lunch to be c-iitain on one of the Southwest's
At 9:50 a. m. Friday, the Rev. spread. A short program will fol-j most romatnic plays, a comedy
W. E. MoGahagan of the Sadler low, and then Rev. Terry wi.l drama in three acts, "Rose of the
church will talk on "Religious ( «ive his third in a series of talks Rio Grande," according to the PSP
Literature." The Rev. E. W., °n "What Presbyterians Believe."| m anagement, which possesses all (( jj18. R. C. Fortner of Plan-
'Marshall of Dallas, district 13,' Everyone is nvited to attand the the qualities of a perfect evenings ^ c„nduct a schooi of inFtruc-
" ■ H| - — entertainment, laughter, romance,'
for a mission study. Mrs. D. Ball's
group had charge of a program.
\ Mrs. H. T. Lewis and daughter!
Harriet of San Antonio have ar- DENISON 62 YEARS AGO—
rived in Denison for a two weeks
visit with re.atives. They wi 1
spend some of the time in Dallas
at the Exposition.
Plans are going forward for
,the eighty-ninth annual state con-
vention of Grand Encampment of
Odd ,Fellows, the
council and their
Denison Oct. 10 and H-
< Continued on Paite
missionary, will speak on "District event.
Mission" and Dr. Jeff Davis on 1 *■
"Civic Righteousness." i WAPLES MISSIONARY
Special music will be offered at SOCIETY MEETS IN
11:16 a. m., followeS by the mis- HOMES pF MEMBERS
sion sermon by the iRev. T. H. The Missionary society of Wa-
sion program. Other committees
will report and resolutions will be
tion for the Baptist missionary
union next Monday at which time
a covered dish luncheon will be
served by the local group.
villany, pathos, and comedy. Spe-
cial scenery and electrical ef
fects are provided and a first
class production is promised. Be-(
tween the acts of this romnntk j ... „
, - * , .. , , , | Miss Mildred Wright, daugn-
Epton of the Tom Bean church. , Ples 'Memorial church had circle tomedy drama, high class vaude- ^ ^ anJ Mrg E A
After the afternoon devotional meetings Monday afternoon at vi ,e wil1 be 8iven> which will in-, ,g about
Dr. George Mason of Dallas will, homes of members. The Bible wasj clude the Bi2 statft Quartet, the j ^ ^ time in ten weeks (>f
report on the cooperative mis- studied and tentative plans ar ' Banger Riders string band, the
ranged for the winter months. ' Nulls, Donald and Myrtle, high
iMrs. F. F. Fowler and Mrs. G class entertainers, Sputters him
P. Brous were hostesses to circle self Denver Crumpler, radio ten
No. 1 in the Fowler residence.' or' BiI:'y Mack, eccentric dancer,
Circle No. 2 assembled in the Gloria Sadler, everybody's sweet-
Wesley class rooms in the educa- heart; and Lew Childer, the si
ter than ngainst Greenville.
Gilmer at Paris—Paris.
Gainesville at Hillsboro—The
Leopards have grabbed off too big
a chunk here and can't handle it.
LeROY DESIGNER IS
HONORED BY SCHOOL
Milo Anderson, 25-year-old de-
' signer for Mervyn LeRoy Produc-
in the federal court at Atoka. } tions at Warner Bros., whose lat-
! Lanham had been in several est job is "Mr. Dodd Takes The
close places on the 13th of the lAir/' playing Wednesday and
month. When some of his friends Thursday at the Riatlo theatre
asked him if he was not supersti- has just been informed by the
tious about the 13th of the month Chicago Professional Shcool of
department joking by reply, he had never had lArt that a "Milo Anderson S'chol-
Muxiliary in serious trouble on that date, and arship" will be offered at the next
, that when his time came to die' school session for the best student
or get seriously hurt, it would be of design. The "Milo Anderson
on the fourteenth. 'Scholarship" includes tuition for
The remains of Engineer Lan- a year at the art school. Ander-
ham were brought to this city - -
Sunday afternoon and conveyed
to his home on West Chestnut
] street, where funeral
Steakiey Chevrolet Co.
The Place to Buy O. K. Used Cars Cheap
-206 S. Burnett Ave.
i were hid Monday afternoon. Mr.
Lanham was 45 years of age ani
leaves a wife, one son and a
daughter. Interment was made
' in Fairview cemetery.
ness. Her condition is
C K E N
R. C. Vaughn, son of Mr. and
Mis. S. B. Vaughn, 100 Wost
(Continued fcoir oage u<io>
tional building, with M?s. ,C. M ing man from Alabam.
Perry in charge. Mrs. J. H. Lit-1
i t!e and Mrs. Florence Blair en- C,RCLE MEETINGS 0,F
I Miss Frances Freels entertain- tertained circle No. 4 in the Lit-" CALVARY MISSIONARY
ed with a luncheon Saturday at l'e home. ' SOCIETY HELD MONDAY
Hotel * Denison complimenting
two ibride-elects Misses Eddina
Newby and Martha Jane Clayton,
who are to wed Eugene Adams of
Denver, Colo, and Ralph Porter,
ter than Eddie Cantor. The public
Monterey street, left this morning never seems to tire of them, nor
for Austin where he will enter will they for years to come. The
State University for his last term, general public goes to movies be-
Tne student •will accept a law de - j cause it likes to be made to laugh,
gree next spring. | The Ritz brothers were made for
—— just exactly that chore.
Business Lunchi s
610 W. Main
MR. J. EDWARD BOVERIE,
special representative of the A.
B. Kirshbaum Co., wi'.i be in our
store Wednesday and Thursday, of
this week with his complete line
of custom made suits, topcoats
and overcoats, including fabrics
from the finest American and for-
eign mills. Priced $37.50 to
$115.00. We invite your inspec-
"If It's New—We Have It"
L. E. KITCHEN
G. B. McKINNEY IS
BACK FROM DANCING
LESSONS IN CALIF.
G. B. McKinney Jr. has return-
ed from California where he pass-
Mrs. R. P. Atklson and daugli
ter Mary Alice of Durant ha
The Woman's Missionary soci-'
ety of Calvary Baptist church - i
held Bible study Monday when it j returned home after a visit in
met in circles. Virginia Grove Denison with their mother ar.d
Circle had as hostess Mrs. W. A.' giandmother, Mrs. W. R. Adriau
Badgett. Mrs. L. R. Lamb re- who suffered a slight stroke early
last week. Mrs. Adrian is report
White asters were used as table ed the summer studying dancing ceived the Frances Howard Civ-
centerpieces and the fifteen1 under Ernest Belcher, Thaodore c!*' Mrs' S" Freeman was hos- <■<' resting nicely,
guests found lovely corsages at Kosloff and in the Fanchon and' tess to ^°tt'e Mhoon circle
and Mrs. Clarence S'tovall enter
tained the 'Mary J. Tally circle.
extensive winter program of both
socal and welfare nature.
their plates. Those present, were | Marco studo. He also appeared in
Miss Benadine Newby and Vir- the floor show at the Trocadero
ginia Clayton, sisters of and in Hollywood Bowl.
the brides, Juanita Ditto, Mavis Mr. McKinney will not teach
Clymer, Dorothy Kohfeldt, Rose at Mrs. Inez Keith Elmore's stu-
Marie Riddle, Frances Gregg, dio in Sherman' hut ftill teach in
Frances Shafer, Louise Wright, his own studio in the 500 block
Pauline Jouvenat, Elaine Meador West Main street.
and Mrs. Blaine Wilhoite of Du-, ,
rant> ^ ABUNDANT LIFE CLASS
WILL BE ENTERTAINED
WITH PARTY TUESDAY
The Abundant Life Class of
Waplea Memorial church will be
.1 . i entertained Thursday evening at
■ Miss Elaine Meador, 615 West ^ o'clock in the educational
Gandy street, was hostess to the^ building The nature of the party
Junior Alpha Delphian club Mon-. wi" he kept a secret until all
day evening at which time seven ®uests arrive, after which Mrs.11 Miss Eunice Jenkins, professoi
■new members were received, EarI Miller and her committee of home economics fifthe Univer-
Misses Mary- Schloemann, Neta,w'" c°nduct the amusement. i slty of Alabama, who has been
Grey Scoggins, Mary Louise ^his progressive class has a*i its visiting fn Denison, has returned
'Smith, Bobby St. John, Catherine 'President James Woodruff. Mrs. to Alabama to resume her Uni
Conatser, Dorothy Cox and Vir- J''winK Ellis is teacher and the veFsTty wflflc. She is outstanding
ginia Houghton. , 'arge roster attends regularly. I as a Home Economist of the
I Miss Glenda Bevill and Miss
Pauline Jouvenat will be in charge
i 11 • - ' i. «—.■ —<
' An all-day meeting of
Woman's Missionary society
Predicting the outcome of dis-
trict play this week, we stick our
neck out and say:
Terrell at Sherman—Sherman 1 ■
by good score.
Durant at Denison—Denison by
their eye teeth, if they look bet-
Business and Professional
Directory of Denison
These various groups plan an J South Side Christian church was 1
SCOUT COURT OF
FOR WEDNESDAY EVE
I The quarterly Scout Court of
Honor will be held Thursday eve-
ning at 7:300 in the Legion hall,
it has been announced. V. C.
Hobbs will be present and con-
duct the program.
held Monday. 'Mrs. W. A. Han-
cock, president, was in her execu-
tive position and directed the pro- %
St. Luke's Guild had its fall re- ^
assembly Monday afternoon at tha K
Parish house with Mrs. C. I) •*
Kingston presiding. Plans for the Jj
fall and winter activities were
ONE DAY ONLY
AND HIS OWN COMPANY
TODAY and WEDNESDAY
j G. B. McKinney, Jr. |
School of Dance
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 16
Mrs. J. C. Douglas, 400 West
Morgan street, waa hostess to
Woman's council of First Presby
LAST TIMES TODAY
ALICE FA YE
DON AMECHE in
"You Can't Have Everything"
With THE RITZ BROTHERS
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
1:00 p. m. and 6:00 p.
m. Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, Septem-
Character and Ball-
room dancing and
Stage Work. Begin-
and advanced classes.
•J Special Teachers' Course in
Ball Room Dancing
V Member) of Dancing Maetera of America
> 615J W. Main Phone 1296W S
11 THREE WOMEN
ON HIS HANDS!
y« and one on
"ROSE Of The
A Western Stage Play
Mutic and Vaudeville
Band and Orchestra
Waterproof and Comfortable
Adults 25c a I
Draughom'a (Practical Busine College
J. W. Adamson, Proprietor
One month's salary pays for entire course
MORRISON'S BARBER SHOP
Where you get first class
Sanitary Barber Service
Two Barbers to Serve You
ODA STEWART * H. M. MORRISON
60g W. MAIN
BARBER AND BEAUTTf SHOP i
Improve you looks in comfort
COOL — CLli t N
409 W. Main
Phone 714 for Beauty Appointments
629 W. Main
America's Biggeet and Beet
Traveling Stage Show
REMEMBER THE DATE
>| 1 Night On'y, Rain or Shine
*• Corner of Au tin *vo.
*nd Owem Street
YELLOW FRONT STORE
New and Used Clothing
—We buv all kinds of Usod Clothing-
See McManus when you want to
Puy Anything Sell Anything
204 W. MAIN
J. C. REECE
WE BUY AND SELL USED CLOTHING
f EE US' BEFORE YOU BUY, SELL OR
206 W. MAIN ST.
8 A. M. to 8 P. M.
DR. P. L. CHASTAIN
418 W. Main Denison
NEW and USED FURNITURE
MOVING : STORAGE
208 W. MAIN
Damp Wash 16 pounds .—................... 49a
Quilts fi for ......1 .................... ... $1.00
Laundry Work At Sensible Prices
Phone 388 619 Shepherd
DR. B. R. BUSBY ^
Complete Optical Service
314 tt W. Main St. Phone XJ
SPECIAL FINANCING OFFER
r On Bird Roofing
Have your roof fixed with Bird Roofing,
your house painted and repaired and havo
it all included in one bill with payments
spread over a 6 month to 3 year period.
See us for details.
DENISON SASH and DOOR CO.
422 W. WOODARD
For EXPERT RADIO SERVICE at Lowest
Prices. All repairs guaranteed 90 Days.
DENISON RADIO SERVICE
411 W. Main
Better Radio Repairing
RCA Tubes Motorola ladios
Western Auto Associate Store
Radio and Bicycle Service
Good Penn. Oil Davis DeLuxe Tires
KRI'E Crankca o and Tiro Service
601 W. Main
10c per person
118 N.Rusk Phone 204
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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/m1/4/: accessed July 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.